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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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After 'Tuesday's deluge, which did the damage to the midway at the SECTION At ,

Bradford County'Fair,'the weather is supposed to clear and turn cooler N.wt, . . . ...'Cd.. 1-3 A ZJ ;
Thursday and Friday, with a warming trend toward the weekend. Editorial . .", ? . ,'.'. 4 5:, I
A low of 47 degrees was expected this morning (Thursday, April), and Social .' '., ...'. ,.,".'a,.. E-7SporU.
a high of 73-74. Predictions are for clear weather through Saturday. .. .'. . ... .\ .Pagoi tat .
From 4-fl inches of rain were dumped on an already soaked county over UgaU. r . . . r r .,.,. 7
an 18-hour period Tuesday and Wednesday. Camp Blanding measured i
5.68 inches, the ag building at the fairgrounds 4 Inches, WPXE Radio at SECTION Bi'
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qp:x'r g_ Bradford County escaped the worst .Mammoth on' Loose... uprooted and ell on Paradise''Point J
Of the rain and windstorms that toppled homes located on a peninsula that juts '1
it 1'. trees and knocked out power lines DuPont's: mammoth wet mill,;' ; out into Lake Geneva.. *, .
r Tuesday afternoon 'in' a wide' path' weighing around 2,000 tons,was pushed -. ,. The Kerry home on the tip; of the ...,,I
20 feet out: into its pond when '
.frohGalnesviJIe, northeasterly point got one tree on its roof while the
its cable pulled loose dur- ,
acroS! Earleton and Melrose on Santa'Fe clamps on Kerry s neighbor, Henry( and Sue
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rr f Lake! on to Keystone Heights, Half ing the high winds estimated at 60-70 Brown received extensive damage to .. "
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Moon: mph during a 20-minute period at the' ''their '
; ; Lake rand'the'putnam Hall roof and two bedrooms, : from .,
area" Trail Ridge mine: One employee saidit fallen trees. "' .
Howling winds up'to 50-60 mph, lorrential was the worst storm to hit that area .. .
+ rains;'and blackened skies hit, since DuPont started mining there in 'nUde Awak "ng... -
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the; area about 3:30 buothe National the late 1940s: '
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was taking; a hap when that tree
Weathel VII Pdl Qq i 1 Osrl t 'came right ( the. :Ceiling said ;
firm reports of tornadhbf.( pnthe path; Winds. 'Unreal'. throw: ;.
Henry' nine-foot tree
Mrs. Richard Ashcraft: ,of 'Half
,One man,, crossing SR-21'bridge. Innorth'
tra'ty H' trunk that broke through his roof and
Keystone Heights, in alight Moon Lake has been through hurricanes ceiling \ .
pick-Up truck said he counted shifting' in south Florida but described
"I up but winds'from five different directions, the whistling winds Tuesday afternoon shot,?fame.Brown'added. Water could be :
:and felt like he was traveling on two. as "unreal" and tree damage heard dripping in the background as
wheels during the gusts. ', along Highway 26 tit Melrosae' as. Brown talked em the phone'Wednesday -
Traveling south on SR-21 to Spring tremendous.. She was in the barn with morning to the Lake Region I
i ftM, ''yfI" r Lake;from Jacksonville, Ed Strube ,her grandchildren, when the worst, ,Monitor reporter- '
reported seeing some 50 trees, mostly wind hit, taking off an entire corner. ,of Bob Simpkin. 'anOther 'Paradise i
t 4t. blackjack oaks,Jalown over the structure. Point .resident found his neighbor's, .J
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pontoon boat smashed up against his 1
Blanding'G ts Inches...
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reported at least()calls concerning house after''the: storm ceased., His'
:Camp Blanding*Jntieasured 5.68 inches trees fallen across roads, mostly home 'also received tree and limb. .':
.of rain during\ an 18-hour period, in the southeast section of the county, ,damage :i
starting in, mid-afternoon Tuesday and some roads under water. A new home at the corner of Point- -
1. Starke measured 3.30 inches J. 'Innumerable boats ,were' broken view and ''SR-21''also received. roof
irt Keystone Heights Inches, and loose, or Washed up on beaches in the. .damage after a tree crashed through.' ....j
Highland/ fire",tower 2.8 inches. 'The Lake.Region area, and some docks' ,A:screen' pore!). was; ripped off the ,
"rain slacked off just in time for serving were damaged. All lakes rose several' back of Grate.Ita ter's home at'the-

r ;: chicken dinners at the- BradfordQounty" inches during the,deluge. Keystone Club Estates, and 'was set

Fair- opening Wednesday 'down In her frbiit yard. Mrs, Hacker's,
hr 'which:went on in spite of the deluge. KII Lakes Worst llit.., daughter,Jerry who was home at the ;;'jj M

? y w, County Agent Bobby Taylor High ..twister-like winds hit 'the time,.said when the storm hit it sounded : .
reported'measuring four inches' of Keystone Heights area.around 3:15 like an airplane coming in real low. -
rain at the fairgrounds. So much rain p.m. Tuesday afternoon causing In Melrose Rudolph Dampier said 7
'shortly before the fair 'crowd hit power outages and doing extensive Tubby Chevron Station lost an
i. Wednesday' night'made a muddy mid- damage,to Bome-'aroa homes. It rip- aluminum porch Pack Lumber Company "\

... /Io 1\t,!rtalnty''Thedraiaage'systeni'' ?ped,signs'down on Jbu&inessesLaloniz/ JnMe) tost.a rtaogLof on ot .
Uatlaast'yeatwtii'dalr, .IfI<,f''' Sl\ too 1'rmtuirFribd'CMcketrand P'iheir ihd' *A-trtrolhn''tbd'Eliant.\ ., ,r .r
(y4 t$ Y I dM. Miller's Supermarket lighted signs) .Baptist pastorlum(nand the, educational -- ', ,'

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., Clay Electric Cooperative" at'' Charlie Head, chief of the Keystone around) the.Melrose! cemetery.
She's A Cutie Pie... Keystone .Heights described .storm Volunteer Fire Department, said
damagd as the worst to hit the''' area. volunteers assisted residents in try
Strawberry Queen Lari Ann Johns waded Fairgoers are 'advised to wear old shoes since 1947,' and some' services',were ing to secure damaged homes and Outages'Widespread.( ..

around the midway,and posed on the or boots that turn the mud if they plan td goon >, ,still out in the Earleton area, at noon helped remove some tree limbs.In Bennett said the damage( and,

Merry-Go-Round yesterday as the fair the midway. In buildings' and cove f-.., Wednesda Lake. Power was still off at an': unrelated storm Incident,, poweroutage 'was ,,quite widespread ,
.Swan near Melrose Wednesday firemen called out
were again early after the
storm,
Initially in
barns the floor and is 'and
opened. ground dry you
afternoon. 'Crews worked all night ((4:15 Wednesday-morning to Gainesville, Orange. Park and Lake
The can get into the fairground entrance withdry' repairing line damage caused by fall- fight a barn fire at the Jorge VaUde- Kerr areas, but that after, dark the
new Strawberry Queen, a 5-5 brown- feet.,The drainage is much improved or, big trees.f t" juli hay farm. Loss was estimated\ at major outages were: in. Keystone' :'
eyed, brown haired beauty is thrilled to it would be much wetter than it is around Jim Corbin, Clay County director of $125,000. .. ,.,.Heights and Melrose areas. .
reign over the 34th annual Bradford County the fairgrounds. public safety said no Injuries were A Hillcrest resident, Mrs. M.... "We brought In all available crews
Fair Under1 reported in the Clay County area, and Humphries, reported a path of.15-20 .
way through Saturday at the around -830. ; ; ( p.m.',?' said Bennett '
fairgrounds on US-301 north. Queen Lari For more pictures and a story on the structural damage was surprisingly. oak and pine trees up-rooted in her "with. almost everybody: working all
Strawberry Queen Contest, see Page 3A. light considering the large number of area, with one falling on the concrete night." .
Ann plans to be at the fair as much aspossible Formore. on the fair, including all the. trees uprooted or broken off above block addition to her mobile home. Bennett estimatedabout 120 censervatively / '

this weekend. ribbon winners. see Section B, ground. Several huge pine ,trees were workingjfl \the field.. I '

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I Borrow Pit Operation Approved by Commission. But, .With Stipulations.: ; .. "' J


Operation of a borrow pit on CR-21B mission:backed up the recommendation Mosley, and E.W. Hodges, pointed out'\- retorte that sounded like a threat Mosley. Commissioners agreed, and to the pit,'which,ha$:a( 30-foot drop-off ..,:. 1 1in
in Bradford County can continue if of the zoning board, plus added the site has been a borrow pit for 25' "You"do-what have to do ..anawe'll .attorney Hardy again pointed out the places: ," -
owner Jack Fagan follows through additional stipulations for continued years, and was one when he bought it. you have to do said county could attach reasonble restrictions Countnay, although speaking I.
do what we ,
operation of the borrow pit. Fagan told commissioners he'has to of the
with stipulations to fence, slopethe 'Commissioner Carter, warning the approval special. permit generally against .the borrow pit
well over $100,000 invested in the 12 asked
sides remove debris, observe a50fooot by Fagan.
the commissioners operation, initially said it' was OKwit1
businessman were
a'
Zoning board stipulations were acres and equipment, and must use it
than 30 feet.setback and dig no deeper 50-foot setback, from the. property to get a return onhis investment. ''going back to Starke Monday after. Mosley pointed out the areas Is \ him if the special permit was ..
lines, and sides sloped at a 6/12 pitch noon to discuss the matter with count already; a borrow.flt"; that su<:b'.a'' granted, with the?stipulations' : ', placed' ;
"We don't.want to shut it (down," or a 45 degree angle. 'Fagan expressed a reluctance to' ty attorney Dudley Hardy business is needed. I was stop By the zoning board -. .
said Commission Chairman E.W. 'fence the area as well as slope the 'Attorney Hardy told the 4 commissioners ped, he could sue the county Mosley The borrow pit was once owned by
Hodges. That was the stand taken by Concerned about safety, the com sides, saying it would be too expen- the county must either reject pointed out. Courtnay; who sold it to a party.who, .;
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the commissioners Monday after mission added stipulations that sive. He.suggested surrounding lan- '." or back up the zoning board's recommendation .in turn, sold the pit to( Fagan. "'i
noon, April 2, after four commissioners Fagan must fence the property with downers could fence their property If. but could add more retricxlions. "('d like to control tie operation),: "I. on't want to close him down but I.'
visited the borrow pit on SH- 6-foot high American wire, remove, they think there is a danger. -To stop the operation, Hardy, not'stop'it." Commissioner Mosley,' 'l'dJike to have it safe for the people of :'.
21B near Keystone Heights. Monday debris dumped in the pit from the said, the county would have to see if said His motion to'''approve the, 'this ommunitYJ"iI'ai Commissioner >
morning the full commission 1 listened Bradford Hospital construction site, Fagan Termed the county ordinance the state attorney's office could find special permit but'with the restrictions :lodges,'; ? -
to developer Jack.Courtney's reasonsto and dig not deeper than 30 feet. Fagan under which he operates "vague," grounds in county or state law to halt listed !above passed 4-0 J Pagan's operation' came to the at-
close the operation which Courtnay said he doubts he'll dig that deeply. and urged commissioners to read it,' ,the operation. 'Commission Chairman Hodges said'' tention 'pr the Zoning 'board when'

termed a danger to surrounding. Fagan said there'would be a lawsuit the fence is needed neighbors 'complained about the
to
"You know that's drastic keep wandering
a pretty He
operation. was
required to
neighbors. to commissioners"Hodges get approval
Fagan, talking
"like seen if he is closed
never motorcyclists' other '
or'
tou've stepto of business1said county '
put a man out via a 'l special,permit to, continue : '
After much consideration, the com- Maxie Carter Jr., Lawrence." '" down. Commissioner Maxie Carter Commissioner Lawrence residents from accidentally falling In- ; his operation I I




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t In Casey's Proposed ;Staffing* Chart wr : ",.'


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An assistant superintendent, Is:'the' 'Last year a new position of "direct fourth time, Supt. Casey said he needsan .. :: t'
I only new position in the proposed tor of personnel and secondary cur- assistant for public relations work .
25.5-position administrative riculum) and instruction" ,was and to be a liaison between the Bradford -. HI
chart presented to the school boar created. 'That"' post is occupied. by school 'system 'and the 'State ,'
Monday night April, by Supt. Tom Charles Francis. Department of Kducation, "., ,

Casey. 't -"f;he assistant principals at SE and ,Board member'J.T.: Parrish. going: _, .. r it i' r '.:-; .
SS are part-time posts held by Mrs. back to board member Rodney Hall's : 16ijI1N'i' a ;
Assistant principals at Stake ,Eugenia:WhlteheaJ and Mrs. Mary statement of years before, said ha _
Elementary and Southside':Elementary Ann Kyle, who were primary recognizes the need for extra help in ___ '
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were.added ''aftet' the original specialists before; then became halftime ,the.administrative office, Parrish ",2;
staffing was presented last year said primary specialists and half- said someone is needed.to be'in ( V I
I' Supt. Tom Casey. and the ,assistant; administrators.' charge when the superintendent 19 out I--
j superiiKtent'a position chart is the presented only new; ** A vote.on the new administrative*** 'of the office. .Casey confirms he now. 'l ,' ."J.:: '."

I 1 r board.position Monday Cafy j to-the.new nfeht pointed, April out 2, to there the was school an l' staffing regular was meeting postponed at the until request the April of i,.be designates in charge one in of his i the absence.four directors, toV: >, 6 ,-........;.;.\ .i\.i1 1:<.,\'

board member Judy Becker, who had, _
! from 1968 to '
assistant superintendent .
: Board member Rodney Hall said hli 1<
.only-heard: about the, proposal Mon- ,
i i 1975. ,lp, day night, and requested additional'' moved four years ago and the motion.*.. .t I :.Ir.Iri
: t -' time to think about it.Deadline to submit -, ailed,' {to have' .air assistant/;;/ i wf r -. .
! ', Chairperson Patricia. Spengfafpointed the new chart to DOE Is April 17, \superintendent:'""Employee relation,4 DO n'tCalf'. ,M e.!.,'; '
,that', .a Supt. said. agreed the concerns me greatly',Hafl said, and ,
, *;,,out previous Casey Casey to .
superb dent, Richard ,JockeL delay; saying he, wouldn't, have a It appears nothing is.being done J $ .County Commissioner Lawrence,Moatey had troubles. 'yard wn under water and Mam''Jackson phoned tl id liar '
I Ill'" wanted dMctora instead of 8n assist, 'nomination for the powltlon..f) by April that area now if!! of his own Tuesday afternoon with water a foot deep in Alligator,eeIcwaa,, about to overflow.JU bunks into hit i i
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PI taut Now system haa.the.&ur-' '.18;anyway *,' '-. '" '",: "*.;. "t1. 'VJ.'.1 'f."J '.,;y""r w* the south end of his garage on US.30l: outhJ....l<>yBay' '! A;: lumberyard,.. w.' :/ ', '' '" =::- t'
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*. directors plu an assistantsuperintendent iI haven't changed mj position In he is as heJptew In thfc situation as Anybody else j "Wbat can I'dot'.1K".ft'1'M l : ,water;stayed on : ,

I';i' |:, i i8 being: requested; i Pushing for the new position for the four'U1'IIi.!,"" HaU said ,''.. ".,,., '. ''A lady phoned.after theTuegday_ deluge: .to! say her" nisi proyyty three days,,page r .. ,!he aisy0. : :_ ,: 1'" :.' ",


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Lawtey Approves Truck Purchase


Purchase of a used garbage truck and is In working order. This is a city clerk In arrears by'5-* months
and a cab-chassis truck to be used by regular compacting garbage truck. This problem will be discussed further '
the street crew was approved by Rosier also found a 1977 F700 Ford with the accountants to work ou *
Lawtey council members at their truck at Terwlllegar Motors in Starke a solution ;*
regular meeting Monday night, April with 63,000 miles on it for 3700. The S
2. F700 Ford could be converted for use Requested City Attorney Tem
Replacement of the old garbage by the street crew after the, dump Brown to look at the City Charter fo '*
;i, truck has been discussed for years, from the old city garbage truck\ has determine if the length of term of of ''*
but the council kept repairing the old been Installed on it fice' for the clerk, police chief am 'l I.
fi',+ + yeti one, which has long been in such bad After discussion, the council council members can be change ;/}
v shape that only garbage collector Bud unanimously agreed to make both from two years to four years and th 1<01 J
Barber's willingness to': keep drivingthe purchases.In proper way to make, the change if i '**
truck has kept it going. can be done. 'Il,f
Councilman Marvin Rosier first other action, the council:
asked Monday night if any of the' Heard a complaint about speeden *'<
: council members' had found any Agreed to a special meeting Mon. from Mrs: Harridelle Bright who
trucks for the city;for which the council day April 9, to vote on a change In resides on Third Street in Lawtey q
illI has been searching for the past land use for Tracey E. Griffis. This Police Chief M.M. Jordan will checl '(
several months. When no one had any change was Incorrectly advertised in Into this more and the city will have -''
information on a truck to buy, Rosier The Telegraph last week and will be speed limit signs Installed. Mrs *
then told of his findings after checking this week, prior Bright said the street Is very narrow '<
extensively during the past to the Monday hearing. and children always are on or near it '1-
month. Speeders are frequently using tin. *
One of the used garbage trucks Discussed the length of time the city street but it seems to increase will
from the City of Starke can be purchased books are kept by auditors Davis, baseball season traffic '''around UM
from George Rtrfcg for $2,750, Monk and Farnsworth; which puts the community center ballfield: she said

Bradford Varsity Iligh-Q Team... ,

Members of the first.BUS vanity Hlgb-Q team at the Snow Steve Marshall; front rowJulee, Wise, Cathl
awards banquet are (l-r)t Back row-John Tinnlrr. Lorle Reach. I

B.C. Vocational Teacher Suspended, ,


A cosmetology instructor i at the School board attorney Terry Brown March 26,'and charges were mailed t< A'
Bradford-Union ,vocationaltechnicalschool advised the school board it could accept her March 27. T : '
has been suspended with pay or not accept, the charges alleged -' Attorney Brown advised, in answei
on a 9-count list of charges stemming by Supt. Casey, and that Mrs. Hut- to J.T. Parrish's question, the salary
from a student field trip to Tampa. son could be allowed to continue to paid to Mrs. Hutson before the bearIng -
Mrs. Betty Stevens Hutson, a teach, could be suspended. with pay or ,willlnnrott be recoverable. ,. by the'
10-year veteran at the vo-tech school without pay "
is charged with immorality, misconduct -' The school board voted .4-1 on At that point board member
in office; and willful neglect of member J.T. Parrlsh's motion with Rodney Hall moved to suspend with
duty. Mrs. Hutson has requested andis board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson pay, board member J.$. (Jim)
entitled to a public hearing beforean seconding, to accept the charges. Lawson again seconding. '
Jy 1 a' Independent hearing officer from Chairwoman Spengler, asked Supt. Mrs Julie Millet?president of the
the Department'of Administration.The Casey and Vh-Wvh Director David Bradford Education Association: the ,
allegations were presented to Smith for their recommendations on teacher union urged the board to
the school board Monday night, April the suspension of Mrs. Hutson. Supt. allow Mrs. Hutson to continue to
2, by Supt. Tom Casey. The school Casey recommended suspension with teach until the hearing pointing out.
board accepted the charges on a 4-1 'pay until the public hearing. In his Mrs. Hutson is a master teacher with
vote with board member Judy written allegations, however, Supt. 10 'years experience who has never
Becker opposing. Mrs. ,.Becker, who Casey has recommended suspenion been cited in her case file or
voiced displeasure having the J Casey\ reprimanded.Mrs. '
charges given, to her just when she said Mrs.'Hutson requested a Miller asked the school board' /
took her' seat Monday night, also DOA hearing the day before receiving members to keep an open' mind, ',
voted against the motion to dismiss the list of charges. Her letter requesting .regardless of what you have been ,
with pay. Chairperson Patricia: the DOA hearing was dated! told or read tonight. ,
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Spengler apparently was the only < :,
school board member'supplied Infor- H ___ '
mation about the charges prior to the ; ; :;.

meeting.The charges. Include allegationsthat First United Methodist Church .. :.:

Mrs. Hutson allowed an '
unauthorized driver to Use the school Television Ministry '

High-Q Junior Varsity Division Champions... van to transport students to a Tampa ,on ,'
lounge, failed to report a minor traf-
The BUS Iligh-Q Junior vanity team brought home Shaun Schmidt; front row- Sean Smith; Lisa Blalock, fice accident In the van, 'allowed Brr' ford Cable Channel
this trophy as Central Division champions for 19S3. Pic-, Michael Davie. students to drink alcoholic beveragesin ,r :. :M>
tured (l-rt Back row- Joelle-Innocent, Eddie Tennant. i ', :/'' the van and added an extra day to. : '. I.,
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.:,. I" her Mrs.expense Hutson account.took a ofstudents LIVE : : ,': ..'"
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I g h- ::.Teameelebrates-svithBanquciiA << O Feb.I etJ'i 11-13 rliepu during 4jdace,;which: time t dents the ; -..: f rfl"i1 tt1 a 2' ,": \ ,

.. I .t, ; n .he cosmetology class at the vo- ""F'2 -U orship Service ,
tech are usually adults, meaning 18 '
years of age or over. Some students ,:
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crowd of 50 team members, Crawford also honored the many people Betty Shuford. \1" I| are admitted to the vo-tech school at 2ALc '
parents and supporters enjoyed the that made their competition possi- i 16, however. .
Bradford Hlgh-Q Team awards ban- ble.Crawford For imedia% 'coverage: Bob Mrs. Hutson told,a hews reporter MIRACLESMondays
quet Monday night, April, at the especially recognized' Ferguson, of The Telegraph, > after the meeting the charges(!; are ,
Western Steer Steakhouse.The Principal Jim Duncan for the supportof t "absolutely untrue," but declined 10:00) am ,:,
BUS varsity team was honored the school administraton in the pro- As the parent support group: John futher comment. Sitting on the front 6:30 J
gram. Duncan was nominated for; and Verna Schmidt.l i! roW of seats during the school board Wednesdays, pm,
second and received from the central divKsion. meeting, Mrs. Hutson remained 6-week study on
sion; their only losses coming at the the North Florida Administratorof For advice on coaching of teams in quiet. She said after the meeting she '
hands of the division champions. the Year Award. general)! Head Coach' Dayld' Hurst. of t had not been consulted on the charges Miracles of i Jesus .

The Junior varsity team won a Other persons recognized included: BHS. !, before the meeting except in a formal' April 9th -' May 27th: y:
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trophy for taking the championship I written statement. ,
for its division. They compiled a For serving as moderators, judges For support by the school board: _n ,
record of 7 wins and 2 losses, losing and scorekeepers: Judy Brown, Board ; Chairperson i Patricia ,' ,
only to varsity level teams. Bonita Franklin, Ronney Harris, Spengler. i!
The team, put .together only last Johnny Hobbs, Patsy Lawson, Dr.
September \ by Coach Stanley Bernard McFadden, Jerry McGriff For financial support: The Florida This ; :
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even to the statewide level, as sports For aiding in team selection; to enjoy and participate' the program {
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members of the team and their as any football gamed played in,high L4 recyclllll
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sanity is determined. he be allowed to live as he U children that allegedgedly led to his t i '
Goode'a lawyer said in court 'ashamed" about the murders and killing he two young boys. havetoddis'gathei'useci: i t. ;" ;I\. ;<;:, -

: and documents should not Friday be executed.his client is insane 1 ," MMI V 'aluminUm cans and bring them ( 4 i ,': '

Goode. a former mental patient, 1 : P inforcash. We pay! a )jower,price for: certain ; ;;& : ,
ko was found mentally competent by a Choral concert set ,TH* BRADFORD ; other clean aluminum t '
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said be was not allowed to Bradford Middle School Choruses will a' 139 W..Call Street \. atmosphere.. So. tart collecting: aluminum.. c if[ : R.ynoId. ),l: '.;, :'
question the members of a three- be in concert on Friday, April 13, at 8 Srark.'Floildo' 32091 I ":
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The court said it found nothing Admission will be$1.50. and children' Starke : .< "if't .., .
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wrong with the mental examination under.12 years of age will be admitted, : Clip this coupon. )Reyq Aluminu' .Rcyclin! Company. i":,h '::fX"; .
process used by Graham. free. i' : '' Rcjtes: - ,."I. "
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court.G ode, 30, Is scheduled to be executed Don will Hardy be directing is the< the chorus concert.teacherand ,]; I Ou.sicI, .;area. :, $11 per year I 3' e:, Present recyclable this aluminUITI coupon With cans your and H0f>'. Wh4t Wtt'afw!'< I,; "t'' .
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killing nine-year-old Jason verdow in, :: price plus 3 Q? more per pound for ,Bradford County FamwrsMarKM, ., I U),301)j jueSd Ilya: ,' ) 'j1
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School board: members will begin Supt. Tom'Casey' handed out lists !I! Lawtey Elementary, for: instance, -Lawtey Elemntary, April}i2, nest : :
Monday, April 9, at Southslde students populations for each school ,'has gone down In enrollment from ,-hursday. I
Elementary a series of visits to each and weighted them fOil: to see how 410, to 400, to 369 this year. LE has a -Starke'Elementary, April 24, a Ad odttiraAarfl8.1834
school In the district. much money; each school' can expect capacity of students Two portable Tuesday. ,
Purpose Is'; to determine the next term. classrooms at LE may be up for moving Hampton Elementary, May. 1, a
building and other needs for each Casey said there is a strong move- to two larger elementary school Tuesday. .. SETTLES :
schooll to M used in making up a new ment in Tallahassee for middle Starke, both of which need more Bradford High School May 3, a NAeDWAee er0119MON.
list of goals and objectives. Board schools consisting of grades 678. classroom space. Thursday.The HARDWARE 1
member .Rodney Hall asked at the That would, mean moving those At Southslde Elementary, the Bradford-Union1' Vo-Tech .-SAT. 8-61
Monday. April 2, school board grades In'' to 'Bradford Middle School ;. .school's new computers are being School, May 7, a (Monday;, f ,
workshop that I principals make 'up from Lawtey !Hampton, and Brooker placed on the auditorium stage due to Brooker Elerhentary, .May 14, a SUNDAY 10-5 US 301 South Stark
lists of projects!accomplished during Elementary Schools, a move thoughtto 1: lack of space. And,, the SS music Monday. j ? j
the current year and a list of those not be unpopular with parents of teacher's office is'now a in a hallway Bradford Middle School May 17,a
yet accomplished students in the outlying schools. outside'the ladies restroom' and the Thursday 2 Ply 1/2" x 50 ft Vinyl 1
The visits are! preliminary to deter Casey also warned the school board teacher has to travel from'classroom Operations Center, May; 24, a l s
mining the goals to pursue in the members they face a space problem to classroom to teach muds which Thursday.All Garden Hose
1984-85 budget.;Board members Will which some Schools over loaded, andsome means she can't carry :the piano the meetings are to begin at 7 Bedding i
have a better"feel" of what is needed under populated. There Is a along. p.m. Board members scheduled the
at each school after a visit,said board chance next year that students will Dates for the school board to visit meetings so no ;more than two per $349 Plants \
member Rodney Hall. All board have to .be channeled to different each are: week will be held. Even 'so, some I_ I
members agreed the visits last year school to; ease the crunch at some Southslde Elementary, April 9, board members fill miss a few of the Vea. er AowtrI i i j I
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SeVenteen students earned straight Eighth p.adel Emmanuel Alcan It 510 fl. 1BHR' II
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Jody Brown, son of Mr.! and Mrs.Erie l.el Shine Jerry,,Slaton. Ricky i; J" !'\ \jM.!! f '\S'dfcl\ :;. I I I 1" .', .. f': .'. ,7,,r' _.. :',:.. ::.' .; },
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Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and Hodges, Sharon Howard, Julie I ; .. I '
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Marcia Brown daughter of utler.NwayKri trlcla Parado, Peggy Pet, '. ,Ii. : t ;- '
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Acre : '''..; The follow}ig resofutfon.'!endorsing the co cept of establishing a Santa Fe Community

: i-- I College cente In the 1902 Bradford County Ct' house on Call Street,!ha, been .\adopted by

: 'iIf': 0'1: the following oe.llov r..nintal'nd civic groupt The Bradford County' Commission, the

l. Often Overlooked ... /,",';" I'. ,Starke City (Commission, tee Bradford Court y Historical Board of Trustees. The Starke ,
:j : Rotary Club, lie Starke Kl*ants Club,the Woman's Club of Starke.. arid the Downtown! Pro- ;

I y r. ?: great Commli li tee.Other groups will be Invited I ':to adopt the resolution it their next meeting.

The moral is to the ', I I ..
The story 't cres of Diamonds" applicable present -,:, .J, ;
has been a long time, but is movement underway here, to make use RESOLUTION '" ,,
still as day as it was when and heighten the attractiveness of the ; '' :
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first delivered in lecture by Russell original "downtown" Call\l Street ,; :'\\It i" WHEREAS, in the .Increasingly i Ii the .itizensoJ: Starke and Bradford '' '

Cornwell, founder of'{Temple University business district as ,a means of attrac- "" ':"r f complex economic' and .' business ; I County, have the opportunity to ac? ,; ., :

in Pennsylvania. ting additional trade and other activities '. \i{ W world of today It is more important I I O complish both :of these laudable .

The story bears a great moral lesson, into fin area that is threatenedwith .f, : than ever befo Ye to provide higher I' ''I goals through a cooperative project "

and deserves repealing in an age when decline ,unless revitalized. iJ;,':; <4'.s education for dur young people, as 'q! establishing aj Starke-Bradford

most of us spend valuable time lookingfor Thanks to;; a revival of interest and '! ',', ':, well as adults,* affording ,them the I! County center for Santa Fe Com ;

greener pastured while overlooking respect for things of the past that have'. :.;., b';:: opportunity'' to realize their full ,; munity College ift the 1902 Bradford f '

the opportunities rig ht at hand. formed the foundation for everything .::?:\R,,'. potential under! the most,convenient I'' County ,courthouse in downtown I''!' :
''we have today there is a trend toward, \ ., '
Starke \ i I' ;
when diamondswere :: and most ;economical circumstances ;
Many years ag saving, rather than destroying, these 1/ ; ,
first being fo nd in large quantities treasures with the wrecker's ball. 'i;' ; r arid; ,; : II I NOW, THEREFORE, in line with ?. "

in Africa, a pian who owned a dual objectives of furthering .
WHEREAS, \\Starke, ,like other II; our ;
Not only here but also at the state and .
relatively small farm. in that ,country, education1 Cotim *
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towns and cities, is faced with '. ;11 higher Bradford "
heard stories of th se who,discovered national level l this new interest prevails.As ,
major diamond dep sits in other areas. noted, in a recent Florida Times- deterioration ojf its,central business ;II.,! ty and revitalizing, the historic CalC}',,:

He decided to devot e the rest of his life Union editorial, "a great deal of scorn"was \y" district due to the migration of commercial i,: Street business district of Starke, we :
those who strove I enterprises to suburban and hereby endorse qnd pledge our sup-;;,
to searching for his wn diamond mine. heaped upon sue-, "; ?, i I
cessfully, tosave at least a portion of '. other out-lying )'areas, requiring aggressive port of the proposal of the Santa t fe 1 I
and several '
He sold his farm' after
the old state capitol from destruction J + sn+ programs to revitalize their :!+ Community College, Endowment;;,
fruitless became ,
of search
years despondent and mmitted, suicide, when the new capitol, a cold monolith of f',: '\" inner cores and' ;.;prevent further !ij i .Corporation to establish ''a-full serf* }

throwing himself into a river and concrete and chrome, was erected'several : Y ; .' decline, and; vice,, two-year: college center in the '
years ago. The same is true of >I [I !>' : '1902 Bradford County courthouse in ''
drowning. ,j, I 11
the 1902 Bradford County courthouse, WHEREAS, jt now appears that downtown Stark I,
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Meanwhile, the ew' owner of the which was deemed by some to have "." ,'''I\f< I 1 ,,,." .f,,

man's farm happe ed to find a large, outlived its !Usefulness, but which was ,t/,/ :' .. I I! '- ..'. '' )

unusual rock while' plowing his fields saved and is now being considered as ,, ,"\ I': ''t I : ., -,.

one day. He took it to a geologist who the location of a Starke center for Santa "" ,
identified it as a spe :tacular diamond in Fe Community College. i '!

farm the rough.revealed Further it t(nvestigation contain dozens of the of However, :'in recent 'years, interest in ." !; Muck Fir es in Sampson Lake <,SwampWere .

rough diamonds lay ng in the fields, and preserving such historical landmarks i I

rich deposits of the recious stones just has swept the country, and communities .,Y. I ', .

below the surface. large and small)), are joining in ; Hazardous J Railroad
the effort to preserve these symbols of ,I to Early : ,
The moral' of th ,' story is obvious. ,
the past. On the local front, the old -
Before fo riches that
searching always \' .
Hoover Bros. Studio at the corner of I
seem to wait in Ugr ener pastures," we Call and Cherry Streets has been (Part 2,Sampson amp5.1) Pelegraph.( would doubtless be amazed

could spend our tim more profitably investigating -, chased for pur- .The muck, except for some distance eastof :o see the many houses and mobile homes
restoration and
use as an antique hat now surround a good portion of.the
the potential riches right in Sampson Canal, Is not deep. In places
shop by a Starke resident.'Interestin there is none at all having never aterfront on Sampson and Crosby Lakes,
our own backyard. other such buildings,, some of them or else,been burned up farmed I lthough Rowell is still uninhabited This
Our state and local rea is subject to occasional flooding,
governments more than a hundred years old is being
Sampson Lake is 7.12 miles in cir
and of the homes
devote much time, money, and effort shown. If restored and utilized the however, some on Sampson -
cumference. The bottom of the lake is a Lake are built on pilings to raise them
trying to attract new businesses and industry older buildings along Call Street would succession of sand bars,with channels bet well above the high water mark.
to move i ir and improve the undoubtedly attract shoppers into the ween, and at low water the lake Is'so -
shallow'that by walking on the bars one At one time! the Bradford County.com
-with their )) and this
payrolls area from the
economy among 20,000 or more
could probably tack his way across the missioners,were planning to,dig a canal
is good. But at the some time, we should cars passing through here daily on U.S. lake in water never more than neck deep. connecting Crosby and Sampson Lakes soall

not neglect the >pportunities that 301. Crosby and Rowell lakes are from 10 to 15 drunken jags One day a Negro woman, three of the lakes would be connected
already exist in ourj midst, just waitingto feet deep. The'former has a firm bottom, while fishing, came upon him, lying there and boats could pass from one to another;
Yes there "acres of diamonds"waiting -
be developed are while the latter is very boggy. and, supposing he was dead, she notified The plan was abandoned, ?however.
to be discovered some quite t because residents on Crosby feared that
(he authorities in Starke.,
In 1982 when "Peggy" road (the branchline
too much water would flow from their lake
The lesson to be learned from possibly, in ,our own backyards. While from Starke to Wannee) was, first Sheriff Langford'decided to hold an inquest Into Sampson, thereby hurting the fishing
of Diamonds" is that while searchingfor exploring the potentials of "greener.; discussed the writer put in a bid to and he. and County Judge Dekle, and recreation qualities of Crosby.
,' pastures," let's not engineer jthe rout,Hevoud\ | not build, ,tate, Attorney Gus .Long Constable
fields the > ? '
mine ,
to opportunities .
.........,..,.f,",stn: '" new" bac ard, -should"tiot be 1'I .alreadyIk he.r.jlst.; .. wii ing'i ; through swampasihemuck! OUI (not". Malley Jones, Dr. Campbell 'and xinder.."' ;i At awfe" I our" own' developed. make a good roadway and besifles.1?wpyld; :;taker. George Livingston went there'thetsame iTwell: was sunltanSampsop: ; not far from the
, overlooked. ; be liable to burn up. But a young engineer, : night. This incident< so frightened the site of the.present'boaUVhmp at Cypress
who bid in competition laughedat the idea hermit that he set fire,to the shack and left Run. This was done in the hope that excess
of muck'}burning, and as the promoters for parts unknown. >, water,during flood times,would drain into
,, wanted a '"scenic route" with thE j track the aquifer,through the well, Unfortunately -
t i- # : '' "gracefully winding between blue-eyed Another citizen of the Kentuckian's however, the well developed a habit of
Larg e' Water Users Need Well PermitsStrict 0 lakes," he got the job. stamp named McKinneyand_ his wife :'blowing"! at uncertain intervals, so the
'j The soft muck soon settled 'between built a ,shack out'! of some railway J veil was finally capped as safety precau-

sutmerged logs and stumps, parts'of; the wreckage near the Howell canal trestle. ",.ion..
surface sank, and the track soon looked as They lived off wild rabbits, fish, and In the last few years Sampson has been
enforcem of The commissioners told
permitting, were that a if an earthquake had played havoc with it. blackberries, until one night, McKinneywas the. clogging weed hydrilla,
regulations for wat :r wells)) in counties representative of the water manage- Then came a fire and burned up part of the' killed by the train>'while he slept on the which madye parts of the lake unaccessible
along the Suwan ee River and its ment district will be at the courthousehere track The stockholders of the development track. :ji i .to fishermen.. Efforts to control the weed

tributaries is necessary to assure during May to. provide permit ,were pretty sick, but had the'luck to 'The above have, so far, been the only by chemical spraying are now beiog made
residents of this area their rightful forms and other information. Dates for. sell the' road to the Atlantic Lumber Company dwellers in the,; SampsonRowellCrosbyregion. by the Game and Fresh Water Fish Comp;

share of water resources if a shortage these visits will be advertised later. hauled. They from rebuilt Alachua the County roadbed with' sand" As a place of' 'Residence, it is not a mission.troduced It to is believed the lake that through hydrilla Alligator was In-
decided ''
occurs in Florida in future years. One good reason for the regulations is Pine trees sprang up everywhere'on'! the success. ;\I'.M'. Creek,or on the propellers of boats enter." .' .

This was the roes age brought to the to control the flow of water in order to drained land and the lake region, at this Ji,' ing, Sampson from other: lakes. v
County Commissi Monday by a head off any attempts by South Florida time, offers unsurpassed turpentining) pro-1' This article was written in 1919 by the :\ At one time Sampson was considered
drain spects.There is an extensive peat bed near late H.E. LagergreH,. an early Starke one of the I best-balanced! fishing. lakes in
of to
the Suwannee
of the
representative
River some in this
away supply surveyor and frequent contributor to '"
The
Sampson,,City, which may prove valuableat !, state. ,,f'
Water Management;, District, who said, area when a shortage occurs elsewhere, some time; but outside of the advani I'.!. ..
"We have plenty of water right now. the board was told. Without such regula.. tages mentioned there are none and the I I ; ', "" ," ," ;e'
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What we have to 1 locjk at is future years tions, the water management district territory will, probably remain a Letters I 'A"
when there will be reater competitionfor would have tio grounds for refusing to; wilderness for many years. $ to the Editor, :: .,.I" ,

water, as Fl rida's population allow the piping of water to regions In. 1895ra Mr, Hayes came here from it 1 ,

grows." where populations!' are more dense. Wyoming and bought all of plate 1 Section Applicant for F Fireman's Job Charges Unfair'Hiring Piactlces'ra: :,
26-6-21.; But not finding a dry :
No permit is required for wells.suphousehold -; At the present time, water tables' in enough to build on, he had to buy 2Q( more ''' Editor, Telegraph; j 1 aware, this ,. -e, 't '.'1'"
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of where MX,
aspect .
acres in Section 27, which there ,
lying water only fo use, but Bradford County are described as on |was a '
sand baI. He built small After reading an advertisement'for dollars are spent. :}, ,
: a but very a jobas
larger such but should be ,
users, a: irrigation wells on, "very good", steps takennow' substantial dwelling, being provided with a fireman with the tarke Fire Department i, ER.Whittle-
farms must have permits. If permitsare to insure that our supply is not: the unheard of luxury (in these parts) of a and formally applying for same ,I Rt>2, Box,1763,Starke
obtained before] October 1' there is depleted by overuse in other parts of the". concrete cellar. He fenced his section; intending was called for an Interview with Chief' I "
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no fee, but after that] date a $20 fee must state. to use it for a pasture for Improved Lewis on Monday March 26, ''1984. After'' Mental. Services1- '"y'''
be paid. cattle, but he soon found that only[water, the interview with Chief Lewis hfe took me Health >i'\ '' '"
buffaloes-could be expected to live,there, to the office of the City Personnel' Badly'.Underfunded', ,',
After leading a' lonesome existence for a Manager Mr. Dees, land informed him Serious for mental''
few years,.he.died, and nothing but the that he wished to hire me to fill the existing health services underfunding in a exists north central

I, Alcohol a 'Factor In 1.2 Million Deaths foundation remains of his dwelling t i .and vacancy that if I would I could begin pas the work physical exam., Florida area, District 16-county III. Your area and''
A little shack( on the west side of I Rowell ; on April 2.1 ours. It Is the i largest' geographically)) of1
,. .. lake :, immediately inforrried my' present Florida
'f was occupied during 1913 by a'ne'er- a mental health service districts..
In 1895, the year < f the "Big'Freeze"that Almost half of the 2.4 million auto accident -: .':' \} 'do-well from Kentucky ,who caught fish' April employer 2, 1984 that, and I would,made<
knocked out th citrus industry in victims were between the ages of hole and had traded been them burned for in the muck. An near oblong the, take a physical examI1Jlf lon. Concerned citizens'In DistrictJit Ve,j

Bradford County, there were 'only four 14 and 25 years of age. Alcohol-related shack and there he, used.to sleep off his, approximately B:30( p.m.on March 28, formed our a Coalition Task Force to contact: ,'
motor vehicles in he entire country. accidents are the number one cause of :' 1984, Chief Lewis called me at home and legislative. District. delegatioM''aboutthisunderfunding ?:
lII's population Is.l,!
Believe it or not, tw of them collided on death for this age group. '; informed me that Mr.Dees had just talked growing fast. Our needy mentally ill need:
Work :,
Shriners with him and
informed
him of
a street in St. Louis the first traffic ac- ""A. drunk driver is one of the most of. | dinance which required all firemen a city to live or' -greater community support' ; ",' ,.

cident in the USA. dangerous Individuals' in our societyand ;Children' Hospitals i within the city limits. I was not informed of A comprehensive treatment'facility,to+ .

,Since that time,2. million Americans must be ," warns 'Florida Told at'Rotary ,*; this:ordinance ,.earlier;)nor do all of the house and treat the most severely disturbed
stopped otherfiremen'; live,within the city limits. children up to age 17 I.i needed. No pro
have lost their lives n traffic accidents, Highway Col.Bobby: R. ,pet facility,exists I ft our 6-cou
area
The sevfcreiy burned child's chance of .would than' ,! ; ,
!politics lias '"
appear again' "
and the count is exp tcted"to,reach three Burkett, calling for the use of 'every ,survival has nearly) doubled since the first reared its ugly headland, that I have We need to services ',of, quralcohol 'S

million by 1990. t resource available t: public education,; ,Shrine BUrns'',Institute was opened 'more, become its latest victim.Simply put,I was .and.drug! muse programs: .;?,',:,_ 'rfWe

Alcohol was a contributing factor in law enforcement, and the judiciary...in ,. than 56 years ago, Rotarians were told last not the man that a, certain city commissioner have (contacted- ,.our"legislative, ,, j!;
half of those 2.4 million deaths. curbing the menace of DUI"d v1ng' ,week' by Bill'"..Kelly of Morocco' Temple, wished to hire and he in turn over-' delegations for support of our district mental -' 1 I
,over | It is under the influence of alcohol. Jacksonville, : rode the decision made,,by Chief Lewis and health boards. Respected citizens from ,
estimated that one American is killed in The speaker said the:; Shrine; now, Mr, Dees, using a quesijonable'technlcaltJ: 'each} county are appointed to donate their,,-*
a traffic accident ev :ry 20 minutes, and Only a unified effort on all fronts can :operates 18 hospitals for crippled children, 'ty; When a man the qualifications of1 J ,time and travel to serve inlong, planning *"I.

one out of every tw Americans will be prevent, that "death on, the highway:" and three, burn Institutes,providing the, Chief Lewis ,cannot ,hl-e the,person; he, sessions (or...better programs! !:,!, would''
involved in an alcol ol related accident total from reaching the projected total finest in medical care to children pf all t desires;it is little wondejr that there Is sucha nwVf'8.1 In. the State Legislature ,
during their lifetime. of three million lives by the 1990' races and religions at no cost to them or high turnover._rate employees! in thisposition. .these citizen boards. This?:;
year their families. More than 200,000 children 1 .The City of Stirke keeps"paying .would, 'tx*. ,a,, step backward. Even _.i
,...;;'.:... \mttffim-tn, ,l have been cured or substantially helped by io train,and et.firtlfen! only to have rumored compromise to make the boards 41
r I ;.I ; the Shriners" since the institutes' opened. in, them move pis after completion of Ihelr' ,cnly advisory would discourage busy pec-
J''e the mid-6Oll, Kelly said. training; It is time that: the public I made pie from serving j .
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cd5w3fes ''''.1.
: # ? Shrine orthopedic unit' are currently expanding J+ Our District III Mental Health Board has ,: t
r ,'.: '. : their ,research,facilities in the'' helped our involved agencies to give ex';.|
Wlrf field cerebral) palsy,juvenile arthritis, 'enoplary service despite poor funding.?This. I '
It. ,,\, ', and the 'must continue., ,iWe ;
-I; 'I other:,pauses of crippling, speaker'aald "
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'. ."',. urge our- fellow:citizens l-to( contact 1
The Starke Shrine Club support; this: their legislators about these problems *- '{(
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: :: : I- program with an annual Shrine Day fund- and our news media to give mental health, '
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.;1 Tracey Muse' and : Michael Raleyi Marry '.Macc4. ;' :\ Madison i: 'Street: Baptist Church :: I J,I

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Tracey Michelle Muse, daughter Of guwu hueiluirosc o(sheer polyesterwith their parental and attendants.. -
, Mr. and Mrs Earl Muse of Stark, ruffled front arid back collar for- The' hall was decorated'with huge centered' with'a chocolate cake. At ir- --T: I
and Michael ming capelet Ieevel one' enll'of thCl! table was a ball and
Douglas Raley, son of The gown had a vases bf azaleas and ferns at points of ,
,J Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Raley of Keystone flared skirt and flounced hem. interest. chain' BIHy-Ja3k, toy truck with drink
Heights, were united in marriage Attendants were MM. Wynetie All cans tied to it and at the other end ",
I the
tables covered with !
Saturday, March 24, at 3, p.m. In Moore, matron-of-bono,-, ,and Miss whUe flounced were linen cloths. Thetorir'tered were two silver candlesticks with I ,
Madison Street Shelley Raley. ,tapers[, surrounded with
Baptist Church with They were attired pink ;
with
Rev. Robert Gillis performing utE! Similar' t* the;;honor! attendant1. They 1tedddi; centered a Silver azaleas and baby's breath.
cake accented
nuptials. I all had flower sprays of silk in their ; ng ul Revere bowls( held nuts
+
I wi h; pink: roses and topped with wedding mints. '
hair in acid. .
and
dark
{ I I I pink suede rose. bells flanked "
.Mrs. Julia RIppHnger organist, The) also; all carried brandy snifters in silver by pink' burning Rice' bags
candelabras
tapws encircled
silver
Crawford
and Mr. Pat soloist with
burning pink candle: accented with( greenery, pink roses and baby'sbreath. bowls on a table! entereddwith
\ presented a program of nuptialmusic. with dark pink} and rose '. an arrangement
streamers .
,
dishes held of w
and
I Silver nuts | azaleas and bridal'wreath. v r
I Little Miss
j ; Miranda Loper was, It
mints, Behind the bride's table were
,f brass The arch rostrum holding was an centered arrangement with of,a flower to the attendants.girl,and was, attired identical garlands of pink azaleas in silk.with Mrs. David Loperi! presided at the I ' .\"' ,,
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pink and white flowers two doves Intertwined. Cutting the, silver cdffee service at a round table I
areca palms Ficus flanked with The bride, given in marriage by her cak* were Mrs. Bobby Taylor Mrs. covered! ;!with M! white linen flounce. :, 1:
trees father
graced tie! wore along white bridal gown Lamar The service ,
choir loft. Brass Jerry Lawson and Mrs. Red. 'was circled with '
spiral candelabra with tiered skirt )
of sheer polyester dish. I .greenerjf.'azal'' and baby's breath.F.olloiying '
were placed on the chancel stairs
with acetate
lining and '
polyester lace
Toe: ;liable
punch was centered withan
backed with areca palms. The rail trims; The gown had a open neckline !arrangement of rose azaleas and a wedding trip to St. ,
Lugs held huge vases of light pink arid, with, sl ulated' pearl 1 trim/ puff ba f's breath in a slaver 'container.Cr Augustine, the couple Is residing in
rose pink azaleas and
bridal wreath. sleeves with : :
elasiicjzed' ruffle and Keystone
Heights.
tal
punch bowls were at ejther
Pew ribbons marked the seating ar. Slightly raised: waist. The lace trim end Presiding' at the punch bowls The'I'bride iff a 1982 graduate of {
rangements.. gave the basque effect and the hem werfe Mrs David l and Bradford High School and employedat ,
McClenaghan
Mr: i
Raley attended his Moor befit extepdedto form a chapel length Mrs Don )oie. ,Western Steer gteakhouse. The
!man. Ushers were Jeff arid train. Her Juliet cap secured her Mrs. R.Vi. Durrance :kept the groom is a 1980grarcuate of Bradford hJ
Randy Reddish. Door Ushers :were fingertip Veil of illusion trimmed with High and
bride's\ book .at a table with floating School is employed at NAPA "-1
Kevin Williamson and Eric Me- pearls and polyester lace. She carrieda azileas in a brandy snifter' surrounded at i StaJkt': : I
Clenaghan. Rusty McClenaghan was, cascade of white miniature carna
ring-bearer wearing a 'grey tuxedo tons and,.white roses: feather with azaleas and baby's breath. A H- } yf I
with the bride's book
was
' pen
and carried Was
heartshaped1110"" A reception held in the church used. : I
' with pink ribbon and pink'ana" dark Fellowship Hall where Mrs Charles"Schniitt Miss Julie I Griffis and Mrs, Ervin 'The rehearsal dinner was hosted by ,
rose silk flowers. !; director, greeted the guestsat Andrews were hostesses at the Mn and Mrs. L.D. Raley at Western i ,
;. Miss Lori Muse!, served as maid pf the door and q
standing in the receiving groom's, ,table which was coveredWI Steer Steakhouse''following the, cou
honor..; She wore. a long' .-.bustlebackVickie I: line "ere!the bride and groom; l9 a, :white .linen} flounce and ple's\ : wedding rehearsal.. ,

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Jay Eaves :

; Mr. and Mrs. Octavian Nicula of 9 The Social Side

Lawtey announce the engagementand > w i
approaching marriage of ',thekf \ '
daughter Vickie Gene!! to. Andrew! '' '
Jay Eaves, son of Mr. and Mrs. An- i! i :Gladys Mooty Qf The t tPIlot.

drew J. Eaves HI of Starke. 1.
Vickie and Jay are 1981 graduatesof k) Editor : "
Bradford High School. I |: Society IF I '

''Vickie at attended Jacksonville the Stenotype Beach and Institute is F & i' ;: ,:. 64x7608 '. News .by-H.P.-.Mcl. ..ndon' ,

presently employed as a court d I Mr.and Mrs. Michael Raley \

reporter with'Jack 'Besoner1' and ..j ,.I;. .?. :
Associates in Gainesville. :.. ,
Jay is a member of the Florida National I I ,. ,! :ii- \ f
Guard and ---Starkoman h
is presently s Club r
employed at Harry Green Auto Par 13. Women of' Mar RON :
St.
,in Starke as a mechanic. .' To Meet'April 11 DENMARK INSURANCE I
To Meet 10 't/'I' : i'' -
The wedding is planned for Friday April '
July 20, at 8 p.m. at Northside Baptist_ , ., ,.. .\ ,, The Starke Woman's Club will hold Representing Bxfjglg/ .' .
Mark's ,,their annual business meeting in the .
Church. I 'The Women of St. Episcopal
No invitations are being sent l locally Church' will, meet oat Tuesday'April" ,club building On Wednesday, April 11 ': -HomeAuto "Life ;'A/lobile/ Home.

all friends and relatives are !jn-t 10,;'at 7:30 p.m. in the Parish House.\ ,at 12 noon. .
Hostesses will be Sffrs. W.H. Thornr
vited to
attend VjcfdeNIpula; "' j ; "I "\ : son, Chairman, M.... J.F. Dorko, cochairman .' ,". 964-7O71
jay Eaves I'' Mrs. O.L.: Beasley, Mrs. ,:
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I ;i ,J.E. Hitchcock, Mrs\. Alex Kerbawry,

SaVedge and Burns : ;" '''Mrs.Mrs.C.H.J.W.NasWorthy Kin aid Mrs., Mrs.W.B.John Mundy Grif, 2117 N.TempI.U.S. 301 N. StorksfIO"f'ICE
Eddie Mae Henry ., .', -.' ,- .
'fin, Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. E.R.
Weaver. : ,
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Wed March 10. at Outdoor Ceremony : ;I ; .j'! ;'11"

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'Eddie Ma ;Savcdge and Henry S. j r. : .
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Burns were united lin marriage on Valentine of the guest book.Mary __' I"t." : "" ,: :'1 4/ ,IIiol,1I
''March 10 at bid i \home at. Lake Gran-. poured punch:: and cake was I :: .

r,, '.,dingy; :t4on'n'a.t; 'I)ytgdil' ;,:: 'an ,,4utdeo'er ,ytbv I served J.H Hc&esses by l Ginger' 'were1.Shields Betty and''Shlbldltd Stacey i o it ybbtin'! '' fi'f: s : QT1CE.taaAtD: :; : A ,P.r.lc : ,nN'', ,.:nR fI, 1
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The'ceremony' 'was'officiated 6y the' < [A'pink rind white@(818i+ d'' following ministers: Rev; Owen C. ed"ln i the decorations. "f'' \ ; ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1984ESTATE J
Driskell of >First! :United Methodist The couple; will reside in Lake i

,Church .Interlachen, .Rev, ThurmanE. Grandin'; A honeymoon trip to the ; "i a TAXES, BY INSTALLMENT i iI'
Rivers, Jrl of Roseland Methodist Bahamas! 'planned.( .. 1 1I t ;. ; ,) REAL .
Church, Roseland, Fla. and Robert S. ,0, f
Shields of Duke ynlversity, Durham, Ii i I i ,. ''t}) \.
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N.CRalph'Burns of t Savannah, Ga. was i +(} U 4. ;; r'f.. t : : Section' 197.0159 F.S. allows en alternative plan for payment of real estate"taxes. A taxpayer f"
!, 1 1 !: who elects to pay taxes by the .Installment method shall make payments based upon an estimated
man.
best f,: t... tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the properly In the preceding.
The bride was given in marriage by ; Planninga I II I'' ,"': year., I ". f

her brother :: Charles H. Smith of I 1"' '; '
Miami. Her bridesmaids were Stacey t' : r i r THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS t't'I

Heaton, granddaughter of the bride, I Shower?: I '.
of Ft. Rucker Ala. Stacey Lee was 'I : i First Installment Payment;! One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment
also soloist and sang The. Lord's, I N' .i shall be made not later than June 30, 1984. A taxpayer ::1
Prayer. .' II ,Our store 1s the. one- \, I i I must make the first Installment payment In order to participate N ,;
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Mr.and M"-Henry Burns Fpllowinit the I"ceremony' a reception I '' '( for balby shovyer I!i : Second'installment' I" Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4%%.,Payment 0 :
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1 < :1} Here's )your i shall be made not later than September 30, \98. '
1 I'' I I shop ing, checklist: 1 J., : t I 1 I. : ;

I' 1 \ 1 I' Third Installment Payment One quarter of the tot.I'estlmlted taxes plus one-half of any T
D Wrap. ; I .
Honor Engaged\ Couple ". i Gift\ I j' ; : : 'I" adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability
D Baby'Albums' I'p i discounted 3%. Payment shall be made not later than .December .
I I I I' (dParjtyware :. / I. : 31, 1984. fflIf .
Sundayi h'ig, .!
Trade Denton and Randy'Alvarez,, On- !] evening, April 1; Miss D Crepe Streamers., I I I' 'j i iFpurth
whose marriage will be an event, of, Denton and Randy Alvarez were, complimented "' D Decorations; Installment Payments One quarter of the.total estimated taxes' plus one-half of any '
April 14, were honored at two partiesthe at: a bridal shower after D Keepsake Plaques ,; e.r I adjustment pursuant to "' determination of actual tax liability.
past week. j: 'Sunday evening service at Springs : 1 D''Gifts{ for Mom:, I t\\ : No discount; Payment shall be made not 'later than March 31,
On Tuesday, March 27, Miss Denton Methodist Church, at High Balloons" ; ','' 'I I 1985. '
was complimented at a bridal shower given by the ladies of the. church, ''E t
given by Vickie Thomas, Kim Brown the Fellowship Hatl.' ," I a"Baby's: first.year"Sticker ; :
and Melanie and Dianne Woods at the Corsages were .presented to the ; Calendar :. .He I 'you have not received an application to pay 1984'taxes by installment and it Is I IL

home of the latter in,.Country Club' ; ,brIde to-be and, mothers Mrs. .Don 1 Q"Baby's FirstChristmas" ; ;; your intent to exercise your rights under this law then please complete the application
Estates.!: ;: !Denton and Mrs Owen Alvarez. Ornaments r;:t--:,: ;', below and mail or file with your,,county tax collector prior to May t. 1984.
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Corsages were 'given to the'' The refreshment table was covered ,: C)1S83 M.Um""rtl Card. IncSHOP { !; J i The: absolute deadline''' for filing the application Is May' 1. Any application filed
mothers, Mrs. Don Denton and Mrs. with a white linen cloth and centered
after May 1 will not be considered.The postmark on applications mailed to the tax
Owen Alvarez, and the hostesses also 'with a seasonal arrangement.' Sandwiches -
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shall determine if the application mailed timely. Additional '
the honoree set of dishes and d'oeuvers were serve I.J collector was application
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gave and bfrs ark's@dward.
silverware! as a mementq, of the oc :$- i : '! forms may be obtained, from thetax collector's office as listed belowi.i'
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sion. Among tNt guests were Mr. and .,, : : F Esther S Hall ),
Centering the refreshmenttable! Mr.. Owen Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. .,1".:. [/ Mail completed application toi __ Tax Collector ;I,
was an arrangement silk spring, Simon Denton; .who, were guests .at I \ I P. O. Drawer 969
flowers with awhile cake decoratedin church and the shower: Road at Bradford Square ,tr;(li, ,,1 I- :' gEaffcfe:; Fl. 32091_ l

Games the wedding and prizes theme were: enjoyed r by, ,_ '_ '.1.I' ,'," J i I !. _. *-- _' _' '_ _jl l _ \\Jt.<....;Ij: I,,..._....__ ____ ______..__--_ \ _____ ____ ___ ________ i.'

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the 35 guests during the party hours, ", j JIF'YOU. DESIRE TO PAY 1984 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT PLEASE: SIGN, DATE, COMPLETE ;
,We Have, Added More)Hpins fo Our Menu'fH : }j /IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATIOIJTO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR '}t\\
-ter ; VTO MAY I. 1984. UPON RECEIPT THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE OP PAYMENT "'
I & [ ot/4 WITH INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY MAY '
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! I : 11934. CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.

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; 'Restaurant by make application to participate In' the Install Property I. D.'No. '
RflST ASSEMBLY OF GOO [: \. f-manr:payment plan for. the 1984 tax year. Legal Description as It.Appears on. the 1983'' Tax i
,: i ,' Mmdartafc rsaiawpe. Iris.ln. f. .L I ,. tice" Receipt. ) ".
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Pastor George Watson and I ;, '190O t/Twnpl: ; '* AVMHM c r4.}./f: lorjdo 3101' : j : i ,
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The Congregation Invites You tof! I i L '.LT.p.ngMel.L' L. .. ",,,f..f/"r' ,,,, tIWmYAdage ,
'Come and Worship With'Us : I Far ResNvatfem Take Out Ortm. Cal 554.7611 ."
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trendq WenHls .. . ,. ... ..,11 it. CMcksH. Chow Main W/EM."." :Y;'Vt f) > .t..k} -,' . .i>.',!; us I : '
If IIG .. . . wj . .. rPb.d.," numbs Please Print
WenhlB .. .',,v K. 7:80: PI J. Shrimp fftow Mess w/Cgg lsi..Vi; }It. ,1' .,;. .. .,3.5
I WIIIM"- fill Thae tlaUail :tfcuwnf: r t. 3. Chicken wife Almond/ W/EM M ;: . ...,:., . .'.3.11. n J i : NOTICE'

, ', .. i 4. Moe 6o. sal fin w/Eej/ hi "'>. r : '. . .. .'. '.' .;3.15 j : than
-- "I' a. '- Florida Law requires that your estimated taxes must be more $25.00 In order to participate the
5. Bet, with Broccoli w/Ett .IM ,';;1"' .':' : .:. '1'.... . :':3.15 ,.''men Payment Plan. If your estimated taxes for 1984 are $25.00 or less you do not qualify for this plan.
e. In,1I pepper Steak wIElllItII n .:. .b.\ .j.,. . . 3.1S7SWlllltMlleiI" !::.'.' '''You must make the first Installment payment not later than June 30th In order to participate In / tya
\ 'Once: have elected to participate In the installment payment plan by timely the first payment you ,
I perk wlEgg HeU i.i ) r. <.. .'. ,.yes alb iJ.71., you paying :
i t.1We 'required! to continue participation for the tax 'year. If you elect to discontinue participation you will not be '
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'1: Of. 800' I i't '... .M. ..WA" V.-A." ....* ., ..,v'Ati,'..J.,;!,*, ,ii.' .. it I 1*.M ir* 1 the "ext Installment payment. .Discounts shall not allowed on delinquent payments. "' : :

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I Lori Ann Johns Crowned Strawberry Queen Saturday: Night :


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I member of me youth Choir in Her
Pretty and poised. Miss Lad Ann in keeping with the pageant theme Toto in it. of Mr. and ; Richard.,Chandler of I STATE BANK of Starke. i I! church. Lisa was voted senior

Johns of Starke was crowned 1984 of "Strawberries on Broadway," Miss Wood chose'to appear as one of Starke is also a 'senior at Bradford Lisa Ann Bell, daughter of Emma superlative "Friendliest". She enjoys

Strawberry Queen before an en- each contestant wore a costume the Rockettes of Radio City fame, In a High School where she is a class of Lou Bell of Lawtey, is a.. senior at sewing and reading. After graduation .
thusiastic and near capacity crowd reminiscent of a Broadway red and white top hat and tails, with a ficer. Renee holds the title for Miss Bradford High School where she is a Lisa plans on a career in fashion

Saturday night, March 31, in Brad- character. cane Hemisphere in Starke and was chosenone member of the Future Business design. She was sponsored by DR.
ford High Auditorium. Miss Johns portrayed Carmen Representative Frank Williams of the top 100 black honor students Leaders! of America active GRAY FLYNN, DMD of Starke.,

Miss Johns was crowned by 1983 Miranda from the Broadway play served as master of ceremonies for in Florida. She enjoys dancing cheer- Homecoming:! CourtShe! IS an b r _
"Carmen black the program. A band present perfor ing and listening to music. Renee
Queen Janet Jordan after being judged in a long, slinky,
best overall In four competition Spanish dress with red, blue, green ming to keep the crowd entertained plans to attend college and pursue a

categories: swim suit creative and gold ruffles lined with sequins between the various phases of the career in agri-business. She was sponsored <
contest. by T G & Y of Starke.
and slit the thigh. And completedthe
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costumes and up
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evening gowns, judges
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interview. portrayal with a rose in her Participating contestants were: Melanie Kyle Wood, daughter of

mouth. Lari Ann Johns Les Wood and Elaine Wood of Starke
"I didn't know what surprise was. daughter of Mr. School
Miss Johns told The Telegraph (in Miss Bell was dressed for the partof and Mrs. C.A. Johns of Starke, Is a Is a junior at Bradford High

describing her reaction at winning. Dorothy in "The Wiz," in a red senior at Bradford High School and is where she participates in
designedand cheerleading, Softball, Key Club and
Though "still in shock," Miss Johns 'checked gingham dress she In the early entry program to Santa
made. She carried a basket with. Fe the Spanish Honor Society. Melanie
was looking forward to beginning her Community College. She was a
enjoys Softball, golf and reading.
official duties member of the cheerleading
at the Bradford County squad at
After high school Melanie plans to
Fair this week which began with the BHS for three years and was a
a career in medicine. She was
member of the pursue
Fellowship of Chris-
ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday sponsored by JIM; ROWE PEST CONTROL
April 4.Lani tian Athletes, National Honor Society, of Starke.

Ann thanks all her supporters, the Student Council and the Sharon Annette Manning, daughterof
Homecoming Court. Lad Ann has
especially "the Lord and my Mr. and Mrs. Furrell Manning of
selected
been for Who's Who
mother. Among
Is at Bradford
Lawtey a junior High
First runner up in the contest was American High School students and School where she participates on the
Miss Lisa Ann Bell of Lawtey. Miss received the P.R.I.D.E. Award. She team. She
volleyball enjoys singing
Melanie Kyle Wood of Starke is second s enjoys singing swimming, and danc- swimming and bowling. Her ambi
Beth Underhill ing.Lan Ann plans to pursue a career
runnerup"Miss become
tion is to a cosmetologist. She
in the field of orthodontics. She
was selected'Miss Congeniality. was
REGISTER
OIL &
was sponsored by
Queen Lari Ann wore a gown of sponsored by the WESTERN STEER GAS of Starke.

white taffeta and chiffon the sequined STEAKHOUSE of Starke. Vivian Alesia Sheffield, daughter of
bodice had a sweetheart neckline Vickie Diane Thomas, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheffield of ,
9f and spaghetti. The full skirt fell froma Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Thomas of I ,
Starke, is a sophomore at Santa Fe ,
Starke, is a senior at Bradford "
fitted waistline. A red chiffon scarf High Community College While in high ;;, iA
School and is president of the '{
Future ,
accentuated to '
one shoulder flowing 7 school Alesia received ': .t- fir
a leadership
the hem of the dress. Farmers of America, secretary of the h 1 ; r !
i: award and an academic scholarship. ,.
Miss Bell who wants to into Student Council and is the presidentof -
go She f fI
M enjoys sewing, reading, jogging,
.. the Starke Juniorettes. She has
fashion satin
design was elegant in a
and Alesia is
traveling.. pursuing a ,
white gown she made. Ruffles fell 1' n received many awards, and in She
career nursing. was sponsoredby
I. softly from the top of the bodice achievements in the FFA program FLORIDA PEST CONTROL of '14k.

highlighted by sequined spaghetti Yfs and enjoys water skiing, playing the Starke. I :.. ,
piano, and farming. She plans to ,
the
straps. Accenting waist was a pursue Leslie Michelle
daughterof
i black sequined cumberbund.Miss ? a career in agriculture. Vickiewas Ms. Norma Jean Wheatley Wheatley of, I _ _
Wood wore a white satin chiffon sponsored by TERWILLEGAR'MOTORS attended Paxon High Schoolin
C .' Lawtey,
of Starke.
and ruffled evening gown. The Jacksonville and the school
was on
strapless bodice was enhanced by Joan Elizabeth Underhill, daughterof swim team. She enjoys swimming
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Underhill of
small ruffles. bike and baking. Leslie wouldlike
riding,
The winners were announced Starke, is a senior at Bradford High( .
in
S School and is member of senior' to pursue a career computer
following tabulation of the ballots caste a the She
programming. was sponsored by
of five out-of-town chapter of Future Farmers of
by a panel judges. the TRAIL MOTEL& RESTAURANTin
fi= Judges were Ms. Betty Boykin of For- America. She was chosen the NE

tune Federal, Gainesville; Clarence Queen Lari Ann... Florida Saddle Club Association Selina Lawtey.Sue Camels, daughter of Mr. rThe
Richmond Jr. of Roche Laboratories, Queen FFA Sweetheart, and the'
and Dean Cassels of Starke is
I Mrs. a
Jacksonville; Ms. Lora Lee Tucker, 'Newly crowned Queen Lari Ann Bradford Roping Club Queen. Beth senior at Bradford High School; is a

CPA of Davis, Monk, Farnsworth Johns moments afer being crowned. enjoys barrel racing liquid embroidery member of the .band,, chorus, Key
B Co., Gainesville; James V. Walker, Queen tari Ann was surprised and and dancing. She plans on a Club, and the Stark Community .
Walker delighted In anticipating a of career In accounting. She Three Finalists...
=t attorney, Wildt Quesada, year was'spon- Players. She has been selected for the
g Coker, Jacksonville, and Dr. Gerald reign as the Bradford County sored by the FLORIDA BANK at First Lisa Melanie and
all-state chorus,and was a member of runner-up Bell left, second' runner up Wood right,
Weaver, pedodontist, Orange Park. Strawberry Queen. Starke. -, the Homecoming Court. She' was Queen Lan 'Ann Johns share In the moment of the announcement of the

I Santiris Renee Wimberly, daughter' sponsored by' the'' CQMMUNITY selection of, the new queer.i '

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I I Items of Interest 7'-1':' 'I'' Mrs. Larry Roberts Given, Two Showers .1



Starke Woman's Club Local Television Study' h \ Special Guest SpeakerFor Mrs. Larry Roberts was honored, at 20 of her co-workers: at RMC (Reception '
Tammy Baldree ': .' a stork shower Monday 'March 26, and Medical Center) at Lake
Extends Thanks for HelpAt To Begin April 9 \ Women's AglowMae given by Mrs. Mike Sexton Mrs. Butler during the lunch hour. '.,

J Luncheon Honoree Antique ShowThe Gene Melvin, Mrs. Warren Winkler, Hostesses were Mrs. James Simmons -
The Miracles of Jesus will be a Stafford. who was healed of, Mrs. Bill Adams, Mrs. Henry Godwin' Mid Jennifer Haas and Mrs.

Mss: Tammy Baldree whose marI Woman's Club of Starke wishesto special study presented on Bradford Muscular Dystrophy under Norvelle, and Mrs. B.L.Moxley,Jr.. at the homeof Mark Link. ,
tinge to Wade Winkler will be an extend heartfelt gratitude to all Cable Channel April 9 through May Hayes' ministry will be guest) the latter at Country Club Estates. After the ladies finished their lunches j?,

I event of May 5, was complimented at who helped to make the Second An- 27. speaker for Aglow on April 11. The refreshment table was covered the honoree opened her gifts and
a luncheon Saturday given by Mrs. nual Antique and Collectible Show This special 7-week study will be The Christian women's luncheonwill ;, with a lace cloth with a pink liner and an attractively decorated cake and ,
M.A. Sexton, Mrs. Don Patray, Mrs. shown on Mondays at 10 and Skeeter's N.W. 13th St.
and Sale a great success. One of the a.m. be at 2601 centered with a pink and white floral Cokes were served.
::: David Wainwright, Ms. Elaine Grif- very nicest features of the Show is" repeated on Wednesdays at 6:3q p.m. j c in Gainesville, Wednesday, April 11, arrangement. Cokes and finger foods
Its, Ms. Gladys Thomas and Mrs. This series is part of,the new local I a.mtrCsli37S.8853 formorein-I > '
that ,JL,...lrttly' comes a com- at 10'30: .i served. K"'ow...........
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t } Richard Fuller,aUhehenw of the 111\-" { ? television Broadcasting by the eiei.I fOtmatioa III'atdldemre.resei tvat.i8M. I with liu "
ire
I / "* *"'* 'ByuAityid effoft t?with all factions). dlon I prizes were enjofl Qi "
ter in Keystone Heights Ministry ofrtyrst United WMfr.
pitching in to help! 1 rtoi'i' '' tum *..A b vcnqruF ,.g during the party hours. and'Mrs. George Huggins spent
The lunch tables covered with Methodist Church. Other DidrVou
were A "fun" of the' show is the programming .. Know........... The 20 guests Included thehonoree's State'
J; part Thursday to Monday at Olena
includes *
white linen cloths. The bride's tables the live broadcast of the
drawing for the door held Catherine Roach of Ken- mother, Mrs. James Blood- Jef-
prize, on daughter 'Park where they attended the
centered with floral 11 service
a.m. worship each ?
was a spring
arrangement Sunday.
and the other tables were Sunday afternoon; this year's winner This special study is conducted neth M. Roach of Rt. .3, Starke, a worth of Starke and aunt, Mrs. John, fords family reunion where 150 atJ J
by* T Holston of Gainesville. I
was Ms. Cathy Backus of Starke. Con- senior at BHS is a 1984 winner of .Mended i
5 centered with hurricane lamps en- Bishop Roy Clark. It'examines the
gratulations from all of ust I Presbyterian College's Quattlebaumhonor
of Jesus' miracles and the
spring Our gratitude goes out to the city, criticisms meaning of the miracles over the'last scholarship which has a cur. --- Mrs; Ila Rain of Chiefland and Mrs. '?
:: county,and state agencies whose help rent value of almost $30,000for the Berniece Kennard of Bronson were i
seating for the 12 2,000 years. For further Informa-
5 which included arrangement Mrs. Warren Winkler guests was so very valuable; to local fraternal tion contact First United Methodist,,. four years of study at ,the college In On Friday evening, March 30, Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mrs. J.G Jackson. ., I

is mother of the prospective groom, and organizations, and a host of com Church, 9646864.I Clinton, S.C. Roberts was given a stork shower by_ '
churches who
.Mrs. Charles Baldree, mother of theE munity came to our .. .. .. -...
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: local merchants the newspaper ... 1 : !" rr<< ; K'-Wr'1!; < 'I{ ."*
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honoree. '
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and radio station who were !) 4' 't :1 If1 ,
6:: The hostesses presented the generous in donating their time very and j :. .I,' ... r. I I' ,.- ": '1. ,\,'"'"''' ,, ,.
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honoree with a crystal covered dishas .K/ 11 J Y '1, I j 't' 1
a memento of the occasion. services; the local hospital, together '. : 1\':c $S, ,; 0'. 'j .
with doctors and administrators; ''I I ,. "
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banks judges, and innumerable : ;:
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private citizens all assisted to each : :. h'.C; .C: ( :

and every one, the sincere thanks of "

the Woman's Club of Starke, for we do : ( .
ThreeFastWays : t:
Linda Richardson, know that without such help, the Show ; '. ', : :. ,. ..
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Gary ByamAnnounce


Engagement Revival Planned :(' To Get Your'Fortune ; ; ';'i':'

Mr.Starke and announce Mrs. Tillmon the engagementof Richardsonof For April 8.15 : ,


their daughter, Linda Dale of Sampson City Church of God is '
Tallahassee, to Gary Leslie Byam of hosting a revival April 8 through April ,4; \: I' ,
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White Rock British Columbia IS. Weeknight services will begin at .. '!," I ; ', :,
Canada son of Mr. and Mrs. EdwardByam 7:30 p.m. Sunday services will' be at 6 ',' 1
of Sardis British Columbia w .' I ..... ,', J. "" ,

Canada. p.m.Evangelist Johnnie Anderson will fTFtiiieCD'S ; ., ': :Jv.rr\.{,:.ti': '': '

Miss Richardson is a 1978 graduateof be guest speaker for the week. Rev. .,' .'...,> .n: ,.!'
Bradford High School and 1983 Gene Bass, pastor of Sampson City ,' ...:',.;. :,4t...,
graduate of FSU with a master's Church of God, extends an invitationto : : ,\ ,,, ',is, q ',::
degree in special education. She is the to attend. ) ;. :
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employed by Thomasville High I t .. Of..o 1'0" '. ,, .'
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Mr. Byam graduated from Lahr g. ,. t, 'r.oI'\ ,' I'< ,:.,
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High School in Lahr, Germany and is Annual Hall Reunion i,', .. .. ,: .. J! ? -, '. "" .f! '
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planned to be announcedlater. .
; Sunday, April 8, at the Theressa Com- ,,', .' 1 ; 'J ;'" ,,\; ': \; ':.\\V',) ;,:,:,\': '

munity Center, A basket lunch will be. % % I ,' ./.1-." ..t-.tI. '.:, .
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served at 10 10 '
approximately 1 p.nu 10.489EfTectlve : )r0 '
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to enjoy the.day. are' 'invited, > 12 Simple Interest ;' ." \ :::1J?,

Joint Birthday Party ,) I' CompoundedQuarterly.! ) '
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party honoring Paul and Paula Admissions Policy ,,' 4 aF',1 '.,.' ." .. ,At t 1O.792' al' ".a't 4r1: jM46; _,

McKinney (Charles' brother and To Discussed ... : 18 Mo'utl1 IntereACompuund" ed :;: (I't': ,A:<,Y I : ..P&Qecuve'Annualyieid
sister their 16th and 18th bir- -" .. ', ,..
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thdays. A of the Florida .,: ; : ,' !i
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The party room was gayly '" ',",' '0' ,'I .',,1' ,l. '
Department of Veteran's Affairs ; : ; '1 'h
decorated in the "Fighting a"Y,' ;V J>.!f f' f.
theme. 'The refreshment table was from the Veteran's Hospital In "' $500.Minimum ttepo lt ,R..bjeclf W "'
covered, with a blue cloth and Gainesville will. discuss "Veteran's'Hospitalization' .. "; Fully Insured up J 100,000. ,S
centered with a Gator football player at the American .,,1...:.j',,,'J_,. .':. 1 i". Vi '
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and Gator cheerleader. Orange Legion Post Edwards Road Starke ": .')' "f '. 0 "
streamers were laced around the this Tuesday night, April 10, !at 7:30 ''I:, !'"h.,1"1 :I.J\"tj..r"i'5 ,
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edges of the table and hung from the ,' ''." .,,'1
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veterans area I
blue. The other end held a crystal \ ,
bowl of Iced Cokes served with short seminar on hospitalizationsthere T, ) '1 :: ,' 'j
punch will be a question and answer ,., '. ,' ioNruNE .FcDcRflL'une.tTheEodOTlieR I ." r '0.; "i
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The gifts' were placed a t" .. 1'rn : .:" I.r" I ,' .

-. fence Gator and rail an holding orange and huge blue stuffed foot-' hospital'The FIa.Department and treatment. of Veteran'sAffairs '. .. '\.,:-. lW ysl jnd Your ort ( iBi,,): w. '/JN t-f; -:' :;t\\ : ; ;: : :).

Service Officer James Holl-- ,"1't" F" t 'f'' d'' '; .f, tJ. i .'t t 1 ,
bull orange streamers were bung ? Md r' : i 'ro'1\ : v 'Iii'l'!/ .
around the railing.' ingsworth has an office in' the,, VA t': r fr, ( ',', "t;;! ": CefebratlnDull. (1934.. : ', \ n. .'" .: \' ,f "',; i :7iJ.; :;, \\I: !

; The guests enjoyed a hayride and Hospital in Gainesville for1 the their'families. purpose '. "" 'I r '," \ "' :: : 1 "' '. ";, ,11'1"w' ', ,
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marshmallows roasting afterwards. of assisting.veterans ,,\' ,, ;. :; > .. AAMJ '". .. 1\ .\\i; h,,
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were Assisting Mrs. Gary Coleman. Mrs. Ken- Any veteran attending will have anopportunity \""."',tt1'l... 4""i'i4'M'...rJ'-i:1, ;,:,"H6',... ',I oNw,., 't ,? ';,,,ry., ,'" '' J.4b1ll1onclo/IM..qt'3a'riomdl/ ,', l pflt.ss f Fkx'da"r i ,:., ,'j ?;..,.... .!if" .:[ t ,}
,, neth Manning (sister of the to talk'with) the Service _, (I. 1'1-' .I. \ : I 1 !. !, ,' \; \ "I" i"" ," ''I' "" \),,. ,f'l" < J

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Comes TV to Starke Programing, I I Hampton, ;1. Ililites. .....i .',
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For over two years Bradford Cable I for furnishing the delicious Those named Super P.E. Students April Birthdays
and First by Dolores Meng. > /, r t"catfish, Thanks to all others who for the week March 26 to 30 Jr. and
ij Company United Methodist ', : were: April 1, Jerry Wadsworth,
/!' Church,, have been working S ;I phone4SSti9lS' ;;:'reworked success.and made the .,dinner a big Shannon Smith! Sonya Hodges; Danielle Hers y; April 2, Stacey

'.:' cooperatively to make local television I '" Bogkmoblle... 'i "," donated to The 8305 profit has been Stacey Young, Greg Hughes candy Young and Steve Lewis; April 4,
broadcasting available. 1 ,I I I' the Hampton area Fire Mary Wood Snow and Ellena Horne,
The dream The Bookmobile Eva Sherry Wynn; April 5, Billy
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Bradford County i' e artment. f
leas now become reality. There is I Him. Amy Clark and Bette Smith.
now j from. The
<, served this area eyery Tuesday ; efforts of the musicians whoperformed
an /entry center at First United 111;30,. until 2:3d at. the Post Office, : Is also appreciated.
Methodist Church that enables broadcasting Greta Cissy ''I free service for the-
parking lot; a ;
on Bradford Cable T. V. (not : Hampton Elem. School!..
to be. confused with channel: 9 from Mr. and Mrs.James Cissy of Orlando public,i i 'j. I ......1Bi

Gainesville). Anyone in the Starke Ci announce the birth of a daughter, Gratitude... Picture Day ,
ty limits who has cable television will Greta, born'' March 22, She joins a The Hampton' Woman's Club appreciates Students came to school Tuesday r d 301 ONfL
be able to receive the special broad. sister Katie, age 2'At1. T, the participation in the j dressed in their Sunday-best. Class

.casts. : Maternal grandparents are Mr. and community for supporting the fish fry! group pictures were taken in the morn SUB
First United Methodist Church is Mrs. Louis Bordo of PhiladelphiaPa'Paternal' they sponsored last Saturday. ning. Parents will be notified when .
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, already broadcasting their weekly 11arm grandparents) Mr. and Special thanks goes to Bill and Judy, proofs are processed. -..; .c

Sunday worship service live. Mrs. Joseph, Gtesy of Starke. T i.: ... ,.;4!, :'l;I Super P.E. Students. I 1601 N. Temple A'.... Stark L
pucussions are I '
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with several community groups. It is : Did You Know........... aP I 964-8771 f
hoped that In the future,college credit Joshua Michael Carlton ''I .

courses Cooperation wll of be area offered community through, cold the Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carlton, of' Gerald. Gay and son; David ofHollywood I"'< i i Mr and Mrs. Joe Gissy and -1 II Curb Service Delivery J} :

Starke announce the birth of a 1 Fla., spent Tuesday night' .t daughters Denise Gissy and Mrs.!. a.
4eFiirst'United! Methodist Church has Joshua Michael born March 2D son rid; and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs"., .11 Karen 'Johns spent the weekend in V COUPON SPECIAL A

been working with area schools on Shand's Teaching Ho pital. He joins a G.A. Gay ; '. Orlando visiting Mr.:and Mrs. James E. OPEN RIBEYE STEAK' e

? videoing special programs. The sister Leslie;Marie, age 4. 1 I ( I' Gissy and family and'sons Jimmy, Mon..Thurs.10 ant to 10. $ 2 50 k
schools are now looking forward to Maternal)grandparents are Mr. and Robert G. Pierce son of Judge and' ,I Donald; and Michael Gissy.'Mrs. .pm SANDWICH! PJ', Ddak

broadcasting special programs. Including Mrs. B.T. ,Cribbs of Porterdal Ga Mrs. 'George. H. pIerce, was on the' 'l Fit, Satt 101m tD 11 pm Rtdtim. it MlB sae stifles
spelling bees, talent shows Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Dean's List.for the winter quarter ats'! 12 f'
SundyrsvisitoreofaMrs.OElna Sunday to
'! etc. Mrs. Robert,Carlton of Starke and Troy State University, Troy, Ala.,:',was, pm .9pm Cable 51s available any local non great grandmothers are Mrs. Eula majoring In marketing. Schaffer. e .
profit organization Carlton of Lake Butler and Mrs. Ger: $'i t ."
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organization has to recelveperErtaiitlh- trude Cruce of Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby, Jr. {J'! /Scouts are currently Celling' Scout
Lion from Clay Cable T. V. before spent" March 20 through April 2 'on !t WorJd tickets to be held at the Naval
broadcasting (forms are available at vacation tour to' Las Vegas, Nev. to i I Air Station Jacksonville, on May 19.
the office of First UnitedMethodistChurch / attend a reunion with the U.$. Stubs on the tickets are being ac-
). All programing scheduleswill I Marines who were at Pearl Harbor I at Burger Kings i in Jacksonvile
be coordinated through First Did You Know...,....... j; Dec. 7, 1941 and served throughout the for special offerings. The stubs O's
United. Methodist Church. South Pacific during World War II. !will also be accepted by llardee's and
Inquiries for further information Pat Welch and son, Chad spent the! They also visited Hoover Dam while McDonald's in Starke.
t should contact Rev. Warren Langer weekend fishing at Crystal River in Las Vegas. Then they took a two- I l'
S.: at First United Methodist Church. Additional Miss Gloria )Roberts of.Jacksonville! day tour through the Rock Mountainsin I' At Duplicate Bridge club Tuesday
F programing will be Included spent the weekend with Mrs. Welch the states of Nevada, Arizona and ,night, 'March 27, Charlie and Betty\
l'' soon. Notices will be Included In this and daughters. 1 California; went through Klneman; Riddle and Ida Shaw and Evelyn Griffin
paper. Jerome and Wickenburg, Arizona, were the winners in the N-S; Lora 3PIECEFISH
?. Mr. and Mrs.. Marion Harrington Blythe and Palm Springs, Calif. The Frances and Rhea Johnson and Jack
and daughters of Ormond Beach were Crosby's visited with Madeline) ''and and Louise Burnette'were the winners.
Alpha Gamma Sorority Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs: J.D.! Elmer Jones' In Los Angeles from lin the E-W.
.' Seymour. i March 25 through March 28; then I
Visits Health.Center visited the Dale Crosby family in j,fist aren Thorpe was, on the Dean's DINNER

>g l Mr. and Mrs, J.R. Wainwright and! Houston 'Texas from March 29 to for the winter quarter at .
: Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha Mr, and Mrs.Herbert Thomas altendled April_ ;Z. Valdosta State College Valdosta Ga.Here's .
. Delta Kappa met at St, Mark's the Depot Restoration Fair. in'AMcher ,
> Episcopal!; Parish House Monday! on Saturday.
April 2.After.
a short business meeting and On Friday evening the perform! f

refreshments1 members adjourned to' mance of the Intemperate Tantrums;! how ,1| "
the' Bradford Hospital Health and of Jonah written by the Rev. Earle C.i

Fitness Center where Lynda Steele Page ol; Holy Trinity Church,: Chiropractic treats;
director, gave an interesting talk andtour Gainesville ;was attended the)
of the center.Congratulations. following members of St. Mark's: Fr. .

to ADK sister Arthur Lee and daughter,. Marandal; Afhlef ic
Laurie Mullins chosen .Bradford Injuriesi
Mr: and Mrs. Mac Baldwin Mrs;
County Teacher of the Year. Herbert' Thomas, Mrs. Patricia:;

Hostesses for the evening were. Slack, Mrs, James Blackshear. Mrs. i ;Mow athlete have com to recognize the
Ernestine Register Bill Sinclair Eddie Ilse Griff, Mr, and Mrs. Ken Roach!![ hazards Involved In their IICtIvlt....and are. among
Joyce Sexton and Donna Hartley, and daughter, Kathy and son, Kenneth -!/
the of
most regular pattern chiropracticH
and Bo Medley In Gainesville,''
Is Important to commit your doctor elf,,

chiropractic reiutarty'..ardIe..ofrou,9'|* | r '

of recreational activity If row are. a parent, !ft r
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Steven Smith Saw Mill make child doe
knportant to certain your
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not suffer a spinal problem. Captain a great you..a big

7'Miles. South of"Starke. on lJ.S. 3Q1 .Hour doctor of chiropractic; will detect three-piece Fish Dinner. Three golden brown $2.90

';and correct subluxstlons.; however Incurred a fish fillets, natural-cut french fries, creamy" ,
Pine, Lumber cole slaw southern style hush puppies.
and will wrest or pr.vene p'oblem4 whkti' I I .
they Would produce Chiropractic treaty rpwrtd
Treated Lumber ..' cannot, only 'v...stablbh" n.rvel4 13'' I U ,oI "Sr. I 1'tnY.. 'i" ro is.IuncdonbutwiUr.hOriu.ew.NiWhtkt ) ; : ; : :
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rIYWOi&'J'U.OlfUo' 7h7 ""81"1rlllw -y I1IH I ) 1 ? 1' T' t 1
( tfi..ra'rh Improved: health, your enjoyment o{youc with
.tti'xjaBnisHnriia'Ki'jO 4 J bun ,M. ,< vficqI ,nri ) "'O Fresh tossed salad your choice of three dressings
'J' Around recreational activity<< wilt be' e Country white beans .
Lowest Prices -
: enhanced. Salad or beans may be substituted for french fries or cole. slaw with any I,
-: order. (Tossed salad 20 extra). ;

;j'- Free Delivery (i Tuller Chiropractic Center .
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468-.2624'' Located! :lr\ Newell Bldg., next to Dampiers Cartai D'sa ;
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I ,_ DEPARTMENt OF are requlr.d to file with dlnance relating to: LEONARD A. CLARK and proposed administrative' dresses of the personal
PUBLIC NOTICE TIt NSPORTATION ihi.'court.WITHIN THREe Amend the Comprehensive CARRIE! F. CLARK, his board .rules, ,representative and. the
: BRADFORD COUNTY COMMISSION ha. made eppllcotlon the Bradford' TRAFfiC REGULATIONS' MONTHS OF 'THE FIRSTPUBLICATION' Land Use wife, Defendant l6Gx4-3.4S) Job personal
County Zoning and f'lannlnglloord for rectassiflcotlon Of the property described OF THIS Plan to provide that Descriptions for: representative' at
below from EA OR and RSP to CSV..Th.,"CSV" Conservation Category Include NOTICE Is herebygiveit Ii, NOTICE: ((1)) ll :claims .lands currently! classified NOTICE OF SALE Employ. of the Bradford torney' or. set '''forth
the C.Q.T. has agaln.t the, /star. and sing:.' family anddesignated School Board.2)6Gx4 below.
one Ion. district: CSV.. It Is the Int.nt'of this district to protect environmentally shot com .
((2)) obi.cioq by an .,)by the plan'as ) S.10 Minimum All Interested
plet.d, an,, .ngln..rlng any \ Notice I. hereby given, personsore
sensitive areas by encouraging that such lands be used for activities .., 1 for
io Course ..
1m.' ''nt.r.t.d! Gold be reclassified that Requirements required to file With
onaly.I. supporting pursuant to an
Which do their natural such ground water
not Impair' functions as
whom tlatlce and High School 1 Graduation.
to Mobile Home this WITHIN THREE
pl..ntollan ot" the order or a final judgement court,
: i'.charg.flood and abatement. Th.'r.gulationsIn,, this
control pollution that holl. '' the 3)6Gx4-5.4) | Requirement.
""Pllowl1'g .''rofflc r.guia ta..llonall.d' designated : Brown of foreclosure; MONTHS OF THE. FIRST
: district are Intended to p.rmlt o reasonable u.e'of. property In'accordance ,1 I t1 : 'validity' bfth? : prop.rtyof Tracy E. Griffls entered In the above- for An Adult PUBLICATION OF THIS
. with| the Corhprehenslve Plan, while at the same time prevent the creation of rnR.gir.comm.ndationi''No.1 2SL84. : uallflcatlons Sr.. described as cap!loned action, I will High School Diploma. NOTICE;, (1) all claims i
i condition. which would adversely ailedh. natural functions of these,areas sonol I S.R. 4X60x4-5.19) Graduo, '
Cty.: Union: M No. "r.prec. totlv. follows: S.W. Corner sell the!property situatedIn against the estate and
Th. property lies In Sections 33 and 34 of Township 7 South, Rang. 22 East and .. 5".1211 tocatlon: Sactlo" v.nue'or 'jutl.dlctlon' of 225 'and 20p-A, City of Bradford County tion by State of Florida ((2) ,any'obJactiOft by on
Sections 2;3, 4, 5.6.8.9, 10, 11/ 14. IS;.16._ 11, 2*Rnd 22 of Township 8 South, 39020-1". Lok. Butler the court.. 1" : Lawtey j Florida, described os: High; School Diplomas. jnt.r..t.d person to
, Range 22 East. .from east of BOllncla,,.. ALL CLAIMs! AND 08. You or. further given A portion of the Northwest This public hearingwill whom this notice was
i if. ,.St. to w..t of Hlllondale JECTIONS NO SO FILED NOTICE that a copy of 'A" "of th.' be held April 16, mailed that,, challenges
:' This changeln classification I'I subject to a public hearing' to be held on Tuesday Form, Inc r Dr, (SlO MP WILL BE FOREVERfBAR.,; sold proposed OR. Southeast 'A of Section 1984 01 7 p.m. 'In the the. validity of the will
I April 24..1984. at.7:00 P.M'In the Council Room of Stark. City Hall on 7.950'to: Si0 MP,8.500)) '. REO.. DINANCE I Is pvallable for 33, Township S South School Board room of the the qualifications of the
I Thompson Street, Stark.", Florida','At this time all p.rseni Interested shall be ..R.gulotlon: Establl.h d- ltubHcatlonl. I 'o45MPH thl. your Inspection at the Range 22 East Bradford 'Bradford County School'sadministrative l personal representative,
I heard for or against this'proposed' reclasslflcatlon. q..pecifie In the Bradford Speed Zone: Ap Notice has begun' .L ,,on. Office of the City Clerk, County Florida, and beIng offices, venue, or jurisdiction of
County Zoning Code: and a recommendation: made to the Bradford CountyComml..lon.rs provo Dat.: Mar. !1S. April 5,1984.. : "y City Hall, lawley ''mare' particularly 982 ,North Temple the court. '
P.raonal R.pi.c.nRey
Florida.
Avenue Stark.
19.C.! Florida. [ described follows All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
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7 A.M., :
1981,10
at their next r."ular'm..tl"GI. Monday, May ''
2sLU-3 totl": 'Arthur F.rtlra.Cty.r Each and Copies of these proposed NOT SO FILED
No. every person.having the
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: Commencing
Commissioner Room, Bradford County Courthouse; ,, Clarke, Florida. ;'
P.O. BoX'.111, ei'dgker administrative
Int.r..twhat..r WILL BE FOREVER BAR. .
BradfOf'd; R. No.: any Northeast corner of the' -
N.WMl ..,.-.. :;. .. ; SR.TOO; Location: Section,' fL 32622) 'l! In the enocK' Southeast V 0'. the board rules may be obtained RED. ';
11 .' r.-t,. ,\ ,: 28020-ln Stark. From,CIAHbrn.y fqilJrrtonol; : ment of this proposed Southwest '/ ... \ ..' .... ty' Limits 'fa W.of', R.pr.e.ntotiv.tRggerC. ORDINANCE,,should op- lion 35 and running offices between 8 Notice has begun on
J .. ..''"-. Gt00.A I(from SID MP, Blinn Esq., PG. Bo* 356.W pear and be heard at the thence North 01W32'" a.m. end 4 p.m., Monday March 29, 1984.
...( ..! 12.720: to SLD MP 13,200)): Lake Butter :320$4.!: time,and place prescribe West, a distance, of through Friday. PersonalRepre.sntotlve "
I' R.gulatlont E.tobll.h Q Telephone 1(90 I ( +1)) ed. r '. 330.08 feet to a point for This I I' In compliancewith : .
P.i I ,45.MPH Speed Zon.t Ap "'6.2809. tt ; CITY COUNCIL. the, point of beginning.From Florida Statutes, DAVID FRANCIS I.
,prcw.Dot.Mar., ; 28. {12, CITY OF the point of begin. Chapter 1:10.54 a. 'WAGEIt "
19":1t : LAWTEY, FLORIDA ning thus described run enacted, by .the 1974Florida 3121 N.W.l"thSt. "1'
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-, ltcbg 4/g5. ../01' / fr Itchg../05 Legislature 'Gainesville", Fl 32605 '
North 89"43W
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Thomas C. Jr.
: Casey
I "t' ,: 'F ..'w ,\ 1:1.: ,"I : .\ I distance of 632.02 feet;''' JUDITH A. QUANDT Attorney J
", :. .".. :OF : thence 'run North SupermtendentOfBrodfCounty for Personal i
: NOTICE. '. School. Representative:
01'07'54" West,
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n e v i, I ,i'lhlI, t.,1.. THE CiRCUIT .,>\ .' FOR s;.AMENbM OF THE !1(1';"\, i'1.I .. OF', INTENTION distance of 360.94 feet to | 3/29 2tchg: 4/09 BURKETT QUANDT .' i
:, : l : ;' 1''LANDUSE.L, a ,4 REGISTER a point; thence run South : B SPERBECK '.
'' A, $ .' 1. BRAD "RCOURTFOR' I FICTITIOUS. NAMEPursuant 89'42'38' West ,10' h'i{' .._..... 1000 NW 8th Ave. ,'. .
CITY "
"N, I,, I,. r dd'io. I 'It FLORIDA LAWTEY.. Ob"\'J\ i. I (distance of. 532.23... to ; ',' (o. Suite A,
iu j "to Section :
; FROAATEbIY151CMJFiI.Number \ GainesvilleFL32601 .
., ON rv. 1. (: o point;thence run South: IN THE CIRCUIT :" ,.I"?
+ n +: S4.I3-C... 'ORDINANCEh.men tI 865.09; Florida Statutes, (II"09'52"East,a distance. f COURT FOR Telephone! ,: "'.?\, i'
'T'' :I.. Division .3523..' An tM Comp""nsl"" notice I Ie hereby given'' of 360.00 leer to point BRADFORD COUNTY, (904)376-0740( ) \' ,
: ; '. )\ : i: !., .dIng that,the undersigned.Jerrle .- of beginning. :,L FLORIDA 3/292tchg4/05 "t,< '" '
Land Lie. .Plo EIoem.tIt ..._. I <
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IN lIE: ESTATE! OF' '. ,r, viand Map by, Itewt.y. at publicsoie, to the PROBATE DIVISION r,! :
P.O. lox HI", Melrow. B4-10-CP NOTICEOF r44 44 i
EVAMClARtC, Florida. In accordance highest and best bidderfor Case Number: .
d Fl 32666. sole owner.do- cash the front en. File Number 1-3523 INTENTION' :' ; }
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the .Iocol; Gevarr ; .
DeceaMdi wlth,, under the TO REGISTER \ ; "
.'\! I keg business the brdfordCounty'Coyrlhous. j
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trance' to' '
MICE Compcehonsiy.f' ; 'It. .
m.nt' ''iICTITlOUSNAMI : ,' : ,
.{ ''' '. is .'' I : !, Planning h' 0' tt7S 01 firm name o. BEAUTIFUL ., In > IN RE: ESTATE CY .
,./f' .ApMINISTRATION ClOpfa' IMAGES, PO. BejjJSejU ''I Starke., Florida at the,, '' FRANCES BUTLER. Pursuant to' Section ?'c:'> .f ,
\ provided ot';tor)1 the Florida, :Melrose, n '32666, Intend hour of 11:00 ...M. '''on WAGER,i' 865,09, Florida Statutes, c"<:'p''.
The mlnl.tratlor\-of'"' ,tiS to register' sold fictitious April II. 1984.GILBERTS.. Deceased. ._tic. I b. hereby given 1
r 1si IF ,hit_ ellto" Of 'EVA M. Statute, '. no....,' under the .BROWN the :the' 'undersigned, 'q.

w r ,.CLARK 'decea.e4. Flle TO All Citisonse.T.xr" aforesaid. statute. .' A.*Clerk of the Court ''NOTICE Joey Dampier and Glenn ,. ,;.",t'lJl'! .
....13.CP., .1. : Dated this 2Oth day of. Route 3. Box
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by(:.M.:."Sue"Davis from Summerville, S.C., Mrs. Carrie the school and their study on ,han public should see much better resultsin /aMp ltM......'raolir'Mall" ... IvtlMTtofl.riN has been for the past two years. She
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Mrs games played night. con- .erpok.r glrli. Shower Honors Edison Woods of Lakeland, Pansy Gail Cook. All parents and interested cession stand will have a new deep-fat e......rooh.r.girl."" y..Wk.uUr,. girl" team,. each student Individually before making -
Strickland of Gainesville, Patty are urged to [ and hot IWmfeyi liM.......|rook...r Minor.vl.ttwfc.fSIIH...
persons attend this fryer water heater decision. first
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Mrs. Carrie Woods... Williams ,of Tallahassee and Mrs. "1,01 .ook.r Molon.II''h| 0\.......
meeting. i" The next project is the building of a. 111I1..mrlr.ok.r.. 011....,.1....lawry! lull,, place winner was Vince Robinson
Mrs. Carrie Woods was honored ata Cathy O'teen of High Springs. The press box behind home plate Jake '1..*/m..*',''.'ofr Minor....Sfttflw. Inrflant.. with his on smoking.
miscellaneous shower at the homeof honoree packed, and left early Satur BAA Update... i | J Keene says this is about ready to .."i,.........-.arook.Mo.|........lort<.lr..M. Second project place winner was Stephanie
Mrs. Virginia Crews last Friday day morning to join her husband whois The baseball and Softball season is begin. The BAA encourages everyoneto .4*i N M,.m.-rooli.r m-kaok.rOlNl Ia, lays v.,>..Irark.. AolofM. Gainey with her project on poison.
night. stationed at Biloxl,Miss. in the U.S. just around the corner andy I the come out and support the Brooker .TM, ,.....(.,......,>r TH\*....lal t.M.gul tullnToll.| r lan 3.. Third place, with a project on the
Corsages were presented to the Air Force players are raring to go. With a'new teams. Brooker School News.... human eye, went to Sarah Douglas.
honoree, her mother Mrs. Jeanette Personals... season comes a few improvementsand Fourth place went to Don McDavld
McKibben his mother, Mrs. Pat new ideas: President Jake Keene BAA Jamboree Set... Brooker Element/lrr'/ School Is and his display on drugs; fifth place
Wood and grandmothers, Mrs.' Jeff Mrs. Jackie Crutchfield is home to has completely remodeled the dug Brooker Athletic Association Will holding its Fair honors went to Lucille Foster with her
(Carrie)Wood and Mrs.Jane Hardee. all of her friends after undergoing outs and added a new row of fencing kick-off the upcoming baseball and this week: : project on drugs; and sixth place
surgery in\ the hospital in Gainesvillelast from first base dug-out to third Sixth his
base softball season with a jamboree April grade students chose a health went to Harold Mayben, with pro
After the honoree opener her many week. dug-out. Gene Melvin and ;Joe 6 and 7. The jamboree will begin Fri. related subject that Is of interest to ject on nutrition. !
gifts the 40 guests were invited to the PTA Meeting Set.., Tolleson were also instrumental in day evening and all day Saturday.This them and then began,their research. All the students who participateddid
refreshment table. A spring themewas getting the fence project They had two learned
completed. the BAA a three months to send away an excellent job and a'
used in decorating the table with The Brooker PTA will hold its A new pole of 6 lights has !been Dixie year Youth baseball teams, a girls for materials, gather(materials;and valuable lesson that will help them
fresh flowers and others placed at regular meeting Tuesday, April 10, at erected in center field as well as old softball team and a T-bail team.Each set up their displays. with future projects) as they enter
points of interest throughout the 7:30: p.m. in the Brooker School field lights being replacedi a tre }1en. team will play two games during the Mrs. Melba Johnson, guidance Middle School and go,, on into high
room. IOutoftown t auditorium. The group will be showna dous last year's jamboree. Below is the schedule of counselor at Bradford Middle School, school. Congratulations on a job well
guests/( were Pat Wood tape featuring the kindergartners of old system. With this in mind'l; the the games: was the judge again this year, as she done.

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of the WeekBo
WinWin!
Ilersey and Joel Jacobsen did
shadow studies in pencil of trees.
March 26: John Burch did a cartoon '
illustrating texture in magic marker. *

Dental Hygienist Visits
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Health Occup. Classes.. WEEKLY ,

Health Occupation classes have .,SWEEPSTAKES' c s
recently completed a unit on teeth WINNER! ,
structure and care of the teeth. One of k ?
our local dental hygienists, Mrs. Deb- i'P '7r
i bie Purvis, visited our classroom and '
told of the responsibilities and educational *
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dental hygienist. Following a discus- y F f
sion and pictorial review on structure COMPLETE I ;+ xr xf ,, ,
and care of the teeth, Mrs. Purvis > 1 f ISTORES
cleaned the teeth of the following DETAILS I
students: Shawn Diggs, Shane IN ;' "
McRae, Tancie King and Jamie t !' 1 ODDS CHART

Whitehead. We sincerly appreciateMrs. Jj' : 11 I ( ( 'DC ODDS Effective
March 17,1984.
Purvis giving of her time, and JJJ ; J. P
sharing her knowledge of one of the .J I -.J--/.......... paag V.iue 01 Numbs PtIIM Odd Ticket with Odd 13 TtokMs wtth 2C OW Ik-wtth< .!*
jobs available in the Health-related I IF w $2000() 37 t 3<17,973 1.211,767, ,:,3,351' is
field. 1000 101 1:120,327 1:9.216.: ,1.628
Congrats, Kevin Krack.. A TOTAL O 0 0 0 0 CASH EASY TO PLAY!' $10.,0 0 11.489 913 ,,1 1:14,102:-1,984 711:153: 1:7662e
OF Instant 11.688II 11,102, : 1:42:
EASY TO WIN! tlb,148' ie
We want to congratulate Kevin PRIZES Tots136,350 Instant/ 1:93 1:108:: '1.72 1:42 1:36:
Krack for the fine he did at the .
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Prizes 111 all
Get FREE Bingo Ticket each store visit
County Spelling Bee. Kevin placed a B$5,00n0C.th Prlrm o 1$, .ooo Grand Pate
first and Selena Norman was third. Game plays Feb. I st to May I si In 119 stores In Virginia.'! Georgia and Florida. No purchase necessary.Adults only.

Kevin is a 6th grader and Selena is a : '
7th grader at BMS. Thank you, Kevin IE1II :Me T'
and Selena., for representing us so ; ,,
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CHICKEN FRANKFURTERS ,
8th Grade Parent Assoc. Gwaltney's' 22S.1. xs 6 go PURE FRESHGROUND

Meeting April 5... | SUCEDAMEFllCANOU.O':::; BONELESS LEAN MEATY'"

Next 8th Grade Parent Associationwill Lykes Ham :JKZ: $249 BOTTOM ROUND FRESH PORKBOTTS
be held April in the BMS gym..7 BEEF
p.m. The deadline for turning in SLICED
tickets and money will be April 9. [ Sunnyland so.ooNA i ::;: $119 LIMIT-i MORE. WITH FOOD A S7.5O oROAST. ,

Computer Education.Pro. JAR ALL VAfIIET.ES. .
I Now Underway... [ Claussen's Pickles $139 4ONUe ,, '..
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end of the year to have we introduced expect by all Mr. Turkey &.0"!"r. a:::: 8 get 5LBAVG.. ; U.S.D.A.CHOIQE. PER'

BMS students to the program.Special PKG. LB LB POUND '
thanks to Mr. Jess Sandburg for his
fine work in building a table to which __v4 SAVE 7O. PER LB SAVE 51.00 PER LB SAVE 50 PER LBCUMBERLAND
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Church Activities... Joe Patti of Hinesville Ga. They tended the Stalling reunion Mr. and Mr B.L.' Wilkls Ji:. United Methodist Church was able to his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. ;
returned home on Sunday night. Auburndale Municipal Park;!at Lake vi ited their 110 In-law and daughter, come home from North Florida and Mrs. Willie Dobbs and grand ;
The landscaping around Grace, Jimmie Haga of Miami is spendingsome Arlana last weekend. It will be'.in? M. and Mrs lily King of'Jackson-, Regional Hospital, Gainesville, the daughter Mrs. John Butler.
United Methodist Church.is continuo time with his parents, Mr. and North Florida nex year on the fourth vile on Sunday first of March. Our prayers are with Mrs. Mildred Tye attended the wed
ing under the direction of,some of the Mrs. Jim Haga and family. Sunday In March, 985. Mr. and M Jim McCarley, Sr. ding of Mrs. Debbie Mobley and Jimmy '
members Mrs Robert Lee and Mrs. Mrs. Harold Starling spent some We are happy that Ben ,McCullywas vi ited their so and daughter.ln.law him.Rev, and Mrs. James Tompkins! are Luke on Friday evening in Grace
O.J.;Boyette, Jr.We hope to make our time with her daughter, Mrs.Mary E. able to come! home from.Navy M and Mrs 1m McCarley, Jr ofJ looking for a visit from Mrs Iva United Methodist Church.
.church the most au.tiful.1)ui1ding in Springer of Auburndale, after her Hospital Jacksonville on Thursday' cksonvWeoniSunday.r Campbell of Atlanta, Ga., this week, Mrs. Jeanne Lee and Mn. Mildred
; ', husband died some time ago. Our prayers are with him. >' ,' and Mr. Doby Arwood of Friday or Saturday. Mrs. Campbell.is Tye attended N. Napus at tile
Personals. ' Mrs. Hester Hicks went with her Mrs. Lissie Starling} of Jacksonville) J cksonvllle I nt Sunday with their Mrs. Tompkins' mother. Sheraton Palm Coast Motel.
.. ''i\ niece, Mrs. Juanita Parrish of Max. is spending a week with her daughter ther, Mrs. L. Wilkison, Sr..Thef Mr.- and Mrs Charles Allen or Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman attended .
These two tteihii'We left out,on' ville, to their cousin's,T.J. Peterson Mrs: Elsie Norman. !:,' I; w nt to church with her Valdosta' Ga: are visiting their ,a gospel sing in Palatk and
March 29 because of lack of space: funeral In Baldwin on Monday at Mrs. Genelle derwood of Green Mr. and Mr. Roger Edwards ot friends, Mr: and Mrs:' O.J. Boyette, heard Wendy Bagwell and the
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse and son, Macclenny. lie was buried in Mann- Cove Spring spent Saturday with her J cksonville 8 nt Saturday. after.n Jr. on Sunday afternoon.YOUR Sunllghters on Friday night.
parents, Mr- and Mrs. Earl Prevail. n with thpi mnn'... Mrs R.I,
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are now into half of the 5th six-
weeks grading period.The last day of
the 5th six-weeks will be April 28. This
school year is quickly coming to a
close. Report cards will go home May
3- 7
-Field.bay for grades 4.7 will.be:

Friday, April 0.
-Mini-Course Day will be Friday,

April 13.The .
VIRGINIA DALE E. JOE MASBEL 8U3AM ROV MARTHA following is a list of students
DEPRATTER DENMARK THOMAS PIEDRA CAin TREDEWON WHITES with Perfect Attendance for the
WON B2OOO wore t 3000' WON 2OOO WON 4100 WON 1OO *1OO VON 9 IOC school year and a list of Honor Roll

students for the 4th six-weeks grading

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-- ; I ALL ITEMS & PRICES GOOD Mr..AmUnon(Ki Charll.Craw Mra.oyn .
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t THURS.,.APR. 5 THRU WED., (K); uhrnah'.Aaron. Mnu Mc\
PICTURE TO OUR CI.II_ (isle Angol lanlr Anthony
APR. 11 1984. DUE
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O Hamilton .. RatardHudson
COULD McNeal. Mr* (2. )s
LOW PRICES WE RESERVEBE
laura "Coodncr. Mr.. Shuford
= THE RIGHT TO UMIT ((2ndi) o.nl.o Hankrson. Jason Kllby and
),, HERE QUANTITIES, NONE SOLD H.ldl Sopp.Mra.Boyvtt(2/3rdt( ) Date' t ndorvli. -
J TO DEALERS, NOTGRIEOO' Mt. ROM (V.I.i Angel Starling.

MARY ANN LEI11I c:. CHRISTINA ANNIE:MAE E1JA MAE, BARBARALtEE! RESPONSIBLE FOR Mr*. Aaron (W). Shannon Brown David
MOORE SHERROUSE WILLIAMSWON DAVIS A. PRESSLER Starling. Mr*. Hobbs (J dl James
WON 10O WON 8100 WON $100 8100 WON 1OO WON,81OO ,;,' TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. Johnson Rochcll, Provalt. Mr.. Brown
I (4tht) Nlchl Clark Michael Elam Geneva
Hankornon Anna Rcmjlxir') : Mr*. Redding
(4lht) Abram GrlHIt.'Shauntel. Houston,

''QR OJ ERY.: ... Brian Rodding laTaru Rot*. Kwamboa
Strong. M*. Bnno (Stbi) Chad Co/!.,
I Kim Rot: Ma.Gram(Sthi Melissa Clark,
t' KITCHEN FRESH Tarry Barry, Robert Nlcholt Duane L..,
COOKED ON PREMISES
Mr*. Lopez (ftlht Tonlal Bak.r, John f
:OCEAN SPRA'I I ROAST Borry. Cindy Harrl, Dana Norman: Kim

Johnson, .Christy Cault G._'Redding;
JJEEF"JUJCE Gr.g MitcallyPaul Gatkln Mr.

GRAPEFRUIT I Vorunae((6th)1) Kenneth Clark,Koith tiny
4802 ...... Mr.roltom((7Hti) Troy Aaron, Syl Bright
r' BUY James Cox Erik James, Tommy
LIMIT.1 WITH A S7.6O $399 Pomrlau Sobrina Smith Rico WHIIom

OR MORE FOOD.ORDER.DIAPERS II PER Mr.Judson(iths Michael Andwi.. BradloyGllhouton

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TODDLER OR 94 CT, SUPER ABSORBANCY CHOCOLATE Clollan (1tt A-B-Jaml Chamberlain,
MADI I"RI8H Grog Johnson Donnl Koohlor Melanie
HINT ON PREMISES
Ottoon, Justin Redding! Voronlca
Q LAYER ,s !| :$ William M*. SeyoH JitnVJrdi); A-B-
5,1 -'J: Latocla Aiston'Mark King, Dal '_dar.
85SO. CAKE
SCRTEDOTT'TOWELS' wit, Yolanda HankronMr .
FT.ROLL.. +. INTHB6ERVICIltEU.BAI : Jonl OrlHIt Rod Crawford. Ruth Ann
HAIIL&ElPlCED Harrl A-B-Chri.ty Wood Dam.Um Am i,
VBATHROOMV'WHITE OR ASSORTED 4 I4orniel MUT 99 Joy Smith. Torrl Clark, Klly Shmr,
9' Laura Goodn.r. Mr*. Shuford ((3ndl)
NORTHERN TISSUE HALF UB-AMERICAN CHEESC $149 A.Crystol Gr..r, ,J. ,Harris, Audrey

Land O' Lakes Maty, A-B-Brian: Fogarty, Shonl Griffin
Denis. Hank*l'Iaft. Shila Horw.y,
IB.'MAM
HALF WITH CRABMEAT alas Jason Kilby.,Shown L...'Tommy Rosier,
9JIF ': t Mermaid Salad .' HldlSapp, Mark Scott. Corrie Tamer,

." DiH MONTE CATSUP, : WITH TWO VCD.&>A ROM. Chris 'Wlt.. Mr.' Aaron (3rd) A-S-Tory >
Cube Steak Dinner a'09 KlttUi, LaKrra.Johnson, David Starling,
Erin Wllklnton. II/II. Hobbs (Srd); A-B-
'WITH TWO VEO. -. Rocholl Prvatt Brand! Ward Misty!
12oz CRUNCHY SMOOTH (PRE PRICED) Chicken Dtr';:; ft TEACHTRBSH Crawford Alicia Clmonl. Becky Austin
,9Oc4Zoi Bradloy Bell. Miss Tlno Brown (.&'h).
PEANUT BUTTER! BAKED All BUTTER Bridget Holder; A-B-Ganova. Hcm....-

: t Jumbo Croissants 49 son, Shnka Hndrlth, Maryam Jenkins
Tiffany Oton Ancjl Rddlng Brandy
--+. Ron Motlna Smith. Mr*. Carol Rodding

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1605 CAFWEr r 9 g. OR BEEF CHOW MEW Houston Gary Norman Dna Parfcar.
Cafpet Scent "."a Chm'KJSs"Branch's == $210 MORTCjENTRE HEALTH.v-i iP Mitt Bennett ( :i'Y Carmn Barber,Chad Coyl. Maria Scott',
It DRAPE ftft_ Starling. Miss Green (Sthi A..-,
; IIftUCtUII'nllama ,Jelly ... ,. .. .", Chris Dlgg. Mr. tapes (*thi A-Kim

,1So.HKSKOfW eMOKEIx ?.a odMCARONIIoCHEDDAA TON .3/1 Jaton Pi Ichor; A-B-Chri.ty' Gault I Karen,
: 'Kraft B- ,Sam 89 Co1den n' r..+ 0 Hard**. Jim' Starling, Cindy Harrl Mr*
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PAruoe 210 Samantha Jones lorl Sollar.
IC} ... Lt : lox !.'.aer $99' Hodgo
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100 OFF
I boa OEHEI! I 320z'' .. Sheila Tow, Use
clnJ eM1' ,4I$1froryUqukl L. A-B-Donlt Wuddoll.
: m 1H TOTINOI BTL.. ;
.' Idiasic DiNs, 0, -U ,. Mltcholl..Jill Strickland. Tammy Podgott.
!'f'L'NII' .. : I' 1 PARTY PI SAveS1.40 Christy Raddlng. Mr. "v...... (rthi.AUnlta .
'ft. eU-UNDAVDlTVlGENT King A-B.Mlchaol Blalock: ,,.
Moi1te..J lC8. IBAUSAOC. ;
Del 11i ,_ X12,0'fTn "
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90 I "' ;' 1 Good Hews Razor ,. j
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TORNADO TALK ,f lay

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; ." "" : "T" .".J by Kelll Carver ,.. ,,,.' :. gyp i .Q IIo.


Tornadoes of the Month... for a fine season In basketball as the 4I lil t t l# i 1

Tornadoes of the Month for team I leading scorer. He averaged 'rJ1
February have been selected for their 18 points and 10 rebounds per game ; .; ,. ,, '
outstanding achelvements and and set a school record for scoring 38 r E ,ti
nominated by their fellow points in one game against Ocala
,classmates. They are as follows: Forest.
Christine. Dickinson. Dawn CaW Roach was selected for winn
and Sue Smith have been selected Scott for f ing one of the two Quatabalm Scholar- ,'
their outstanding community and !ships. Caw was the first girl to
social' service and dedication to the 1 receive the scholarship.To qualify for i I
Tutorial Program at Starke Elemen- this scholarship she had to make a I

tary, working with teachers and a speech in front of a panel of fudges Dawn ScottTornadooftheMonth Christine DickinsonTornadooftheMonth Daren Chandler .Sue Smith I
young child with special needs.
The three give up study hall on occasion Tornado- l.the-Month Tornado-of-the-Month/ j
to take part in club meetings or
activities and are punctual and
dependable. These girls also.manage i

and to keep good up grades.Daren their. academic success AMERICAS: FAMILY@ DRUG STORE j

Chandler received the honor. -
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Timber. APRIL SAVIN..GS



Sold At YOU'RE GOING TO LIKE ECKERD. WE'RE GOING TO MAKE SURE. i


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Ag Farm .. IIII6fIIlIl BllfIlI 1 t

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Twenty-two acres of 30-year-old 50 MILLION ANTACID SUNTAN OIL SKIN LOTION
timber on the Bradford High 12-0* UOUIO -, or LOTION nAil S COCO
farm urn*
agriculture brought $38,540 MNA COLADA
from St. Regis,Allied Operations. a 139, \: .......4.se
very good price the school board was prescriptions a yearis 67
told Monday night March 19. Compare to.I .." 127 '
ITT bid Lewis ""'
Rayonier $36,700, lot of trust.See Maalox
Timber$33,972, Alford Timber Co. of a Limit 2 ;
Palatka $33,415, Ivory Hatcher of f
Middleburg $32,176 and Container yourself why more I trust .J. CHECK MATE .- !i

Corp of America $30,036. Eckerdfor to fill their prescriptions.eople. 3M MANUALBLOOD .
Ag advisor Greg Alvarez said he ALMAY Nh NY i
was "...well pleased" with the bid. CERITOL 411gllli HYPOALLERGENIC PRESSURE KIT ''

On the recommendation of Alvarez VITAMIN MAKEUP #1519 R.-..-.ISM ,
Supt.,' Tom recommended andthe > TRIAL SIZI
Casey TABLETSsorrtsoFioo '
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school board awarded the bid to ry_ ISOPROPYL I STVPISM9.89 Y __ 099

St. Regis. i cI
+ ALCOHOL tt. 67
The school board later approvedsome Exha5ne 9 ) -'
-- 699 ;r-: .S. While quantities
70% SOLUTION
$28,440 to purchase equipmentfor L NCy.pSPIR9N ;last,
the ag farm, including a new I limit1 '
$22,290 barn and cattle shelter, and a 0 ,'CHECK'MATEJOHNSON'S
grain drill, among other items. $ 39I: I ELECTRONIC I II.
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Another $2,000 went to buy feed and BLOOD ;
BABY SHAMPOO
fertilizer.
PRESSURE KIT 1
Board members worried over ECKERD EXTRA STRENGTH limit 2 I. 1s-0z. #M2S9M.MSS ; !
receiving only one bid on the building, II !
but when told by Business Manager PAIN RELIEF TABLETS 2.15.0&....ass ,) 279 2688 liB'
Mike Reddish that 18 bid requests had 4 '
been sent out approved the one bid, NON-ASPIRIN 4 AJBOrTI 239 limIt 2. While quantities. %
which: is legal as long as an honest effort / 2 last i.
is made to get more than one bid. M00ll1223MO.
I .ss,ts___ __w 34.88,
Construction Status... 0 Compare to Extra-Strength Tylenol '1 While Quantities last
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The re-roofing project at Southside
Elementary was termed completed FRESH. : % ,
AQUA-
x' 4\ by architect Al he t CARESS .
I : Dompe although '
had not finally inspected\ the Job as of TOOTHPASTE BODY BAIL+.9 n,. -?? Iv IInt/4 a, U 1Mbn nJ 17 Ile< lnw tina'*ir eld, 9 C ,f :#tl$ I
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March 19.Dompe. 6.4-OZ. FRUIT &NUT, h ,.DUDLEY'S' qd' ) ;'r is ;o) 'd) 1
SHAKE-AN-
said he is proceeding with : ,1UCKY or COCONUT 1i
19 EGG ,
working drawings for the $150,000 53'C CREAM -r i
cafetorium for Brooker / s '
Elementary.
a FILLED EGGSSOZ.MO.139 e.< i
Dompe said a good review has been 0 27 tiv

received from the state Departmentof Llmit1 Limit II 2 00 YOU CMOtCS DP,", wwt
Education so far on the plans. 150
.working days will probably be allowed <; Withtovsurodse \ 9 4 \r.
c. '
on ttw BE cafetorium,said Dompe, umlt 2 EASTER BUNNY I'
who estimates the project will be ,..O": BANKBRACK'S 'I''I
ready to bid in six weeks. a ....",.. '
Dompe said he is ready to start on J Q7 tT
< FOIL WRAPPED :
the $14,200 remodeling of sciencelab I
a \ ,; MARSHMALLOW '
at Bradford High. It will take PAIL-O-EGGS RABBITS OfFRANKFORO ,t
about 90 days to complete that pro- .t. N/.1 aZ9

j t BUNNY OP OZMas.
ject.Bid i
for the dust collection system COKE. EVEREADY ENERGIZER .ta 159 e' '
in the BHS shop has been let but work DIET COKE "AA" Of "AAA"BATTERIES I y VOUKCHOKIZACHARY
has not begun said Principal Jim Box of assort 9
Duncan. Dompe said he will inquire of Of SPRITE Creme Eggs:
the contractor, Thompson Electric Regs to CHOICE 2.49YOUR // limit 1 irN + d 41i!! ,

Gainesville, as to why the job has not YOUR CHOttR Umit1. i
been started.In PACK OF 39limit2 2/ ,


other action, the school board: .,

Approved a county vocational :
5-year plan which the vo-tech center WHITE MESH
is required by law to have and to up- PROCTOR-SILEX -< I CHAIR
,. date each year. And, accepted a vo- 10-CUP i R.e.ea ;
tech funding guide.Authorized DUSTING -4 AUTO- RIP '

. advertisement of the .SPRAY 4K.....,... COFFEEMAKER. 7"Extra
4A41SAL Reg. 22 99ENDUST
''J vo-tech's proposed high school 27 tall back 1
equivalency diploma rules and the job 1 v for comfort,

descriptions of .school board J S 12-INCH
, employees.Gave PLAYING Automatically's-' TABLE TOP
CARDS rir switches to warm GRILL

. approval on Supt. Tom 4 TYPCSR 2 IN PLUS TOASTMASTER rs" sag
Casey's recommendation
for three
fl.79 ea.
Bradford students to attend school in YOUR CHOICE REFLECTING PASTRY 99
Keystone Heights. Clay County. 2 FOR/ FLEA TICK TOASTERCOLLAR

Families of two of the students have .. ... : 4-slice. [ MCNK TABU .l 77'1CALLON
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moved into Bradford County but BOO CAT 0131// tovattRp.gw ?
Casey said the students had been at- i SYLVANIA INSIDE FROST ,: R 2e'a '

tending KH schools and he saw no LIGHT BULBS ,199 PICNIC JUG
reason to disrupt their school year. I .399. II" #012 Ref.4.ore
The parent of the third students worksat 60.75 or 100 WATTS Hinged drop-down C88

a Keystone school so Casey recom .....5.28 159' STACK TOTE crumb tray
mended that student be allowed to at- YOUR CHOICI

tend Clay schools. PACK Of 4... ... ... ,', STORAGEBASKET : GUAM PRIX AM/FM wide mouth for '
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.<., MULTIBANDRADIO filling easeFLOWER
Set an April 2 workshop on capital PlASTtCMf-IM oc'
outlay matters. Supt. Casey said he SHAKESPEARESPINCAST ;", ,," '''''!!' :'': ,;. AC/DC sao GARDEN 4

may be able to schedule ad- .11 r y 99"y ": ,:.:.:.:.:,:,,,,:,:,:,:,: SEEDS ,
! ministrative reappointments on that :. ::::::::;'::: 19 a ROO.4PMCN
meeting date or will have to call a COMBO .

i ',.. special meeting to abide ,by DOE rao21e5. VIP.PR01960 WATT 24-Hr.weather ,#! /
rules. .211."' .
HAIRDKYIRv &TV 2-13.
.. .n0R4 g.,a.. /VX5O'RIINMMCM
Was told by vo-tech director David GALAXY 16"OSCILLATING '.. ', SAS1OON '
9aIe VIDAl )
J 'IA s. 4
'. Smith that local businessmen Jerome FAN 2399 PlICeIft' PROSALONHAIRSCTTER GAMMUi,
Johns and E.W. have been ... .: :.
Hodges appoInted ....H." a.a ;J
to the Vocational Educational S-9MECO 31S1/1 >...-Will.. :.:,"..,:.::: HOt
1 Coordinating Council for Region 9 31.99 Sate Price 7.99 mS- r".2iOt7 WISH SM.tq

which includes Santa Fe Community -5.QQ 2 speed/4 heat levels. 99 ,
M2il- w
College and Bradford and Alachua __Rebate .
Counties.Johns was elected Region 9 26.99 Your FhMi COet "' HUMOR TUMMt-MAVK
d Roller heat up ., 4 '
council president. Supt.' Tom .Casey 1-vr. limited warranty Ins minutestECKERD'S i
also serves on the' council giving
.t ".". Bradford three of eight voting.
members' .
,', MHUt DAILY; tO tr. SUNDAY 9 IP; a. saris..PTfCOC. pwq- thrU. 'iwe,',wipni rm.Canter ..
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Was told by'Chairperson Patricia', .SYSTEM PROCESSI! '" ". "J; _II W'fNRIOFiTTOWMITWANfRIlB., "
\ that the Small County Coor I" ., ,lj!
dilating Council a political wing of TWICE THE PRINTS ':'f' 7''''''' .: .
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School Board Association TWICE THE FILM .
the state i : "
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has adopted as its gmtta for the 1904 } TWICE: THE' :" Bradford S 4 S 'fMJ i: .
GUARANTEE --
rr',:;,. 1 legislative swine: t) full funduw of ._ :',. ,,,. ,q. : ". :1Ir.... ; "1., 1'.1. 1Itt.
the sporcity factor:for rural Softool I ,'
.' ,. districts, and 2) equalization: of the (\! Y T ''I '' 1 831 S."walnutStreet.. -. ". ,, "
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CMt-cf-livinj' In4exi. which controls I ) I / Charge Ittf. '

school funding,.on a regional,,basis, i H ". ': ,'/' .:; ..


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.' '. .' .. .. .. ., ... . : wB ford High netters with the boys and
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: : ",n ,' ,"" .," n, ." ". .., 'fy'n'a: 1F'I girls losing to PK Yonge wind
'..,, Keystone and the boys afcto faffing to
Ih X .I \ ,\\'f. Union.
j ''i'.j' \ .j t S'i' i 44, The boys team is now 0-8 on the
Tornado NS'till year and the girls are 2-4. '
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to- play a< make-up

;, In District 8 Class 2 A Play \ with Monday' Keystone thru at Wednesday 3:30: p.m.., BHS.net- 1

; ters will be competing in the Class 2/V, .
[r ", .': ", ,' District 8 Tennis Tournament in
I ." i.'si';n Gainesville. First five' players for the '
Showing improvement of hitting Keystone, ,beginning at 7 will be Kevin : .
p.m. Johns
abilities' Bradford away scored another four In the following.' \ boys Georgo
baseballers added Lavesser, I.ex, Sanders,
Inning / Jimmy
two more wins to 'I> I' 1 ;
their already Bradford-Union I "We didn't,have any big swings,but ; k'fit' Wilson and Drew Davis. Doubles will
perfect BHS is District 6-4 8.in Class 2A record. Richie Fender pitched nine strikeouts the batters were consistent. says \ be Johns and Lavesser, Sanders and ,
now district '" '
Saturday and gave up only five hits against Hartley.Jimmy. Wilson.
a 6-1 win over Union High ; the Tigers put his pitching recordat Schoening was the'winning" n First five players for the girls will
then an U-l win over Hawthorne on 21. Fender is also one of ;the pitcher, giving up only three hits be Cheyrl Foster, Melanie Wood
Monday. BUS dropped a game to leading hitters with a .304 average. while getting six strike outs. Schoen- Kelli Carver, Donna Harado ana
Class 3A St Augustine Thursday,put BHS scored two runs In the first Inning ing also only gave up one walk. Maria Thomas. Double will be
ting their overall season record at 68. John David Francis made it to Bradford. hitters were: Chappell: Y 1 kI Foster and Wood, Thomas and Kim.
"We' "are starting to swing the bats first on an error then stole second. 3-of-4, Francis l-of-3. Carver l-of-3: I A'V' Sapp.
better, says OILS Baseball Coach Robert Carver then singled to knock Carlton Johnson 1-of-l. Fender l-of-3, Lex Sanders was the only winnerfor
Mike Hartley "If we can continue the Francis in. Andy Chaff followed, up Robbie McRae l-of-lr Sammons \ the Tornadoes in the Union match
hitting at the plate and if the pitchingwill with a triple to score Carver. 'l-of-3, Jason Bennett I-of-1 with a dou- with an 8-6 win over,Jimmy Waters.
start showing consistency from The Tornadoes scored two more ble. : Other players for BHS lost as follows; :.
the pitchers, we will be in good shape runs in the third inning. Carver got to Johns 8-4, Levasser 9-7; Wilson 8-6, ,
going down the stretch. base on a single then Mike Chappell ,Bradford I-51..Augustine 11 Bawek 85.
Hartley pointed out the weather as tripled to score Carver, then, Chaff This was the' 'second time this The girls were edged out' by PK .
possibly presenting 'problems in singled to knock in Chappell to put the season the Tornadoes have fallen to 9 F Yonge 4-3 in the match Jast Wednes- .
district play. Each district team must score at 4-1. St. Augustine. Earlier in the season day. BHS chances were up with two of
, play each other team twice and total Final scores for. Bradford were in the Yellow Jackets snubbed Bradford the singles matches being forfeited ; .
at least nine district'games, or that the fourth inning.: Doug Sammons BHS. Foster and Wood both'won by .,
team would be seeded last in' the singled then went to second on a wild 40.The Tornadoes had only four bits, forfeits. Carver lost 8.2, Donna
district tournament.A pitch. Francis singled and put Sam- one each from Brian Whitehead, 1' fit ,a Parado lost 8-5 and Sherry Ross lost .. '
game with Interlachen was rain- mons on third. With runners on first Carver, Rick Welch with a double 82. .I
ed out Tuesday afternoon. That and third Carver sacrificed to!left and Sammons. 4 1 ,, I I 4' t "Well,we just gave this one away," 'j
leaves, only three district games on field to score' Sammons. Chappell The Jackets scored two runs In the said BHS Tennis Coach Jerry 'J 7
the Tornado schedule. Should one of grounded to short-stop, which allowed first inning and another two in the McGriff, referring to the girls match. \'i
those games be rained out, BHS Francis to score. second, then exploded with six runs in 1" McGriff also commented on the Jxiy's I,
would be faced with needing' make Leading hitters: Carver 3-of-3 with the third Inning to put the game away. match."'They were just too tough "
up game to fulfill the nine game re two runs and one RBI, Chaff 2-of-3 The boys team lost the match 7.().
quirement. Hartley mentioned that with a triple and three RBI, Francis The girls team a win In the singles
they may try to make up some games 1-3 Tony biggs 1-of-l Chappell l-of-3 Bradford's only'' run came in the matches and a, win in doubles matches
during spring break. "When we get to with a triple, Sammons l-of-3. fourth inning. Welch doubled to score against Keystone. Stephanie"
the end of the wire,it could affect us.". Carver who was on first from a walk. Cubbedge beat Julie Kirsch 8-5 in a
Thursday the Tornadoes' travel to, Bradtord Hawthorne 0 The loss 'went to pitcher Gerald singles match; and Maria Thomas and
Lake Butler to take on the Tigers at 4. BHS put the game away in the first Brown who was substituted. by Sam- Kim Sapp took an 8-5 win in a doubles'

p.m... Then Tuesday BHS will play inning A with six runs on, five, \hits, ',n,.then" ., "mons, late in the game. -<. Kevin Johns Volley's Back .Against Union match. '
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Then Saturday the 36-hole tournament starts and runs through Sunday. :*.iMonlchangkconiptitotloiC Automatic, ,-t Ian.' ..,?. .' ."" _,<.To.talculallon-' haP'
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The Invitational is acctually in its 18th year of existence at Sti&CCT, with it r:;-- 1iIiI" !. ",*3U"upwmont iior ,"" 1Mu: 'mpymaawlo.a ,
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Last year the tournament ended in a three-way play off when the it:was I
shortened to Wholes due to rain.Phil McOilda of Gainesville won the cham $ 2 9 9 00: cash Rent For
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Thursday. He paired hole number one, while Green Cove's Jim Arnold and $50 per month
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The race is to begin and finished at the intersection of \< St., in front of Harry Green's Auto Parts. Their! will be pang faclUUes'{ ". .. ,.., ;' "
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Director 'Cheryl Godwin has requestedthat SHRPEIectron "
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There will also be a one-mile "Fun 'Run"starting at 8:30 am. then the five ;,,
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Registration fee fof the'five mile run will be$5. and$1. for the fun runLate c' Calculators$ .'. '

registration will be $6.
Applications can be picked' 'up at the Telegraph, Chub's Sports Center, and ,

Department's the BCH Fitness Old Center Armory and facility.can ,be.turned in to the Starke Recreation.. to meet any bookkeeping purpose

All entrants will receive a quality T-shirt designed for the race. "r"I
Over-all male and female winners In the five mile races will be awarded. From M19.50 ; From 199.50 ,
First, second and third place awards will be given out in the following age
and under 11-14. M-18, It-24, -29.30-34.35-39"t0-44.< 45-49, 4i/
clivlalons: 10 $ .

,,90-59 slons.,and 60 and over Awards: will be given in both. men's and women's. i dlvi-. Sate $109. "cash Sate. 15 5' cash

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; In the 100 mete.-dash. at the University -* 440-yard relay with a t0al time of 44,3 \,57,30: Willie Wright 3:49: Eddie Ten. ,-'district\ clash that 'was"'rained out ,
, '" of Florida seconds; Membera.of, the tean\listed nant 5:14.01. i\Tuesday afternoon. Both home track i
'I 11:02: seconds"Friday In timeGainestrillef wlth.,!';leg_times are'' Sandera'1L&Bellamy l 'I ., ""neeta for Bradford have been .1
I also took third place in themile 11,8, Russell 10.5, Lane)O.$" *' "The. OMIt team will do better as il ostponed. due to rain :( .?. j ,
I *relay with '81> time of 3:27.49.: :!la they gain more' experience," says ,>i--' ,.(t 'J1I f fI
I Members of the relay team were, Lex Aan,Stokes,tooK J sixth I plic it ttreYdiscus \ BUS Track Coach George Loper. "we"b'.' ,|JF/idayt Bradford will travel to the I,
t' Sanders,, Robert Bellamy, Brad throw; with a distance of 129'8feeti > are,half way through the season and ; Grange Park Invitational, beginning I
1 Russell and Eric: Lane:r ;, .' J ,.< ,f; .; ;. looking forward .to the excitment, *,;"fat 9 a.ml.: ,, r .I II
Brad Russell also placed in the' 100 'BHS also 'took |7th ''place in the' some outstanding meets ahead"" : ::':$Wednesday,BHS will run In the Injterlachen }(
.. meter race; taking eighth place In'..a distance-medley: relay with....'a... total Barring rain, BUS will run at a '. Invitational l beginning at''1 ';
, .photo finish with a time of I.AI.. time of 'ir'T1" r'.PI1 tirrx*"'" ''Rllas track meet in Keystone Thursday Tp.m.'i' s ---/I. ( '. 'I i i'I
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representative.Bradford; High Lady Wolfson, Lee, Middleburg, Fletcher, Linda Dewitt 2:49 Cheryl Bogle 2:39 :; : Gr..n 55.91. ,,. .
Runners took second place among Paxon and Bishop Kenny."I and Michelle $Imutls.2;;1&. The old',; ';.. Dlttanc Medley Relay: 3)KimutlCr ) .,
seven 3A and 4A schools at the Lee just can't say enough for the few' BHS record was 10:51.26.: ',/, ..n. FuM.II, Bog!., 14:42.08.
Relays last Wednesday at the Robert'' girls we have who do so much. Some, {(" '880 yard rloy: 7)D) .nmork, Halt
E. Lee High School in Jacksonville."With are doing 3,4, and five events every BUS results: '..Cort.r', Barber. 2:03.05.
out a' doubt our runnerupspot meet/' says. Loper. -'They are a Shot, Put; SB) .cky Anderson c 26'6.5:: '<;.' j j' -' i h if '
with so few girls running is really valiant group ana.I'm so very proud. iSylvlo)) : (;re.n 297, Tammy Mann :20'10, I;',' \\lwo'; mile relay: lFu .*ll. D.wllt '
Impressive." says BHS Track Coach of.them." Chary t Boglo 18'8. 'j; ::80gl., Klmutl; 105060. .( xak
George Loper. High jump:.2)W) .nd. Hall "'6. 3)Bogl.) ,.,%I Mil. medley relay: 2)D.wIt1Fuu.II) .
Orange Park won the meet with 78 BUS took first place in the two mile 4'4, AIII.on.Oenmark3'1( Oewltt3'S. ..IBogl. KlmulU. 4:52.19.! :, rMu. (r '
points followed by the Tornado squad relay. Setting al, new school record Discus: SJB.cky) Anderson 73'5 6)Tam.) '. '.- relay: 5)D.nmork) ; Barb.p;"Hall, ,
with 64 points. The rest of the field with,a tlme.of, 10:50.60. Leg times in, mv Mnnq F.S G ..,;"4:58.53. '

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llth At Lee Relays' catch Lake City.was made.Fishing partner Lloyd Crawford (right;was with Johns when' the-,.'

Bradford took first place in the mile Johns said he made his catch on plastic worms.

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Bellamy 53.0, Brad Russell 50.0. and
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.t.I }Bradford's 34th annual county fair got off to a good Bradford County Chamber t of{]Commerce whose I

start Wednesday morning, as usual, with rain, but responsibility the fair operation Is. ,
with spirits high for the upcoming weekend. Although the fair began wet and muddy, today
Strawberry Queen Lan Ann Johns snipped a ribbon (Thursday, April 5) is expected to be sunny and mild
to officially open the fair at 11 a.m. Fair Manager with Friday and Saturday fairer,,dry'and cooler.
Mike Cooney officiated over the opening with County Entrance to the fair will cost so cents Weekend
Commission Chairman E.W. Hodges, Starke Mayor passes are available for $2. Tickets for the large selec
Jimmy Crosby, and School Board Member J.B.. (Jim) Lion of rides will be 75 cents if bought at the fair. Many
Lawson present. tickets were sold for.three for.$l last week.

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weather, but points the midway will be muddy once Maximum charge for each ride Is one ticket.'it
the crowd hits it Wednesday night It has rained for anyone is required to pay an extra fee fot rides; they
L every fair in the past 30 years, one resident said should notify the Chamber of Commerce information
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thanks to new drainage improvements. Fairgoers can .Booth Judging Results., .
get everywhere with dry feet except the midway. Booth winners announced Wednesday afternoon '
Miss American, Vanessa Williams, visited the fair are: ,
Commercial
Fair Opens... Wednesday! afternoon. Division: 1)Bradford Hospital Health
and Fitness Center} 2)Florida) Air National Guard, and
Union and Bradford County 4-H and FFA members 3)Bradford Square Florist.
J'' (Top left) Anne McDonald copes with the muddy con- scrubbed their steers and hogs Wednesday morning Adult Education Division: DLawtey Correctional In-

m ditions. until they positively gleamed in readiness for the Steer StitUtlon, Union .
County Chamber Commerce
(Top right) Ml.. America 1984 of and ":
Vanessa. Williams and. Swine Show that has been a competitive part of 3)Nursing Advisory Council. -
'visits the fair. i,the Bradford County Fair for '.
years. Youth Education Division
DGirl of
(Below) John Torode (left) and In Scouts America. '
Judge Buzzy Green spite of the muddy conditions on the fairgroundsafter 2)Bradford County 4-H, and
3)Brad'ord.Education .
clean chickens for the Rotary Rural-Urban Picnic. .Tuesday's near-tornado weather, kids parents Association.
( (Right) Bradford 4-H Member Kimberly Whitehead and animals all seemed to feel an excited suspense

ow scrubs up her steer'ln preparation for the show. that permeated the air as the 4-H and FFA members .Upcoming Fair Schedule... ,
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right spreads. hay in an animal groomed and fed their charges. ,
stall. About 850 ate chicken: lunches prepared by Thursday; 'April 5... NoonMldway attractions open; ?
Rotarians for the annual Rural-Urban 7 p.m., Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Steer Show. .-
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64 morning. p.m. Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Swine Sale. I'
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Saturday April 7.
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Ai "You. don't have to do much for:
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f winning Staghorn Fern. "I just let it
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ir' Non-Flowering House PlantsDleffenbachlai $ 'chh
4' ;, : 1)) lawtey Correctional;
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Law.., Correctional. .
Twelve-year-old Christy Redding of C.k.-Ploini (Jr.) Susan Peugh. red. Wall Hanglngt' (Jr.Suson Peugh blue;. Pathos (De Irs Ivy) 1)) lawtey Corree-:
Lawtey won Best Over ll honors In, Cake-Iced. ) (Jr.) Susan Crawford blue, Lori Mosley Susan Crawford. Becky. tlonal. Jimmy Brook Ins, Jimmy Brookins V ,1
the Senior Division of 4-H competition, Cake-Decoratedi. (Sr.) Amy Block, blue; Poor., red.Decorative. Terry Albert., 1 I krJjVV __ __ :
at the Bradford County Fair',with this,, (Jr.) Anita Black red. Pillow' or Stuffed Anlmalj : Miscellaneous. JEdna'Norton) .Angela V V
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dark blue,dress with yellow print. Pleas (Sr.) Penny Stalnaker, blue; (Jr.) (Sr.) Andy Redding Amy Tlton 'red;'Amy Starling; Bobby Holden ,((2)Br.ndaStork, Marba .
It took; the daughter of Tommy Jo Tatum, blue.CANNED Block, ''white. (JI.). Anita Black Bonnie Ing Robert Starling Lawtey Correctional, Whittle .. .
Richard and Dale!Redding of Lawtey?, Benson, blue; Darlene Seoy, Ginger Herndon ((5)); 2)), Gene Oehlke, Sharon, Folrcloth ;. .. I
two weeks to make the dress. Christy PRODUCTS Jill Strickland, white., lowtoy'Correctional ((2)). ,.;.... Todd> red;
made her first dress for the fair last V.g.tabl.s, (Jr.) Jill Strkklo. year and won a blue ribbon.:This year Marmalades. Jam (Sr.)Amy Tlton, red. blue; Penny' Stalnaker, red; Annette ;. Scheff....,.* I) Gen Oehlke (Best In> Terry Albert ((2). Edna Norton ((2)), Lawtey( "Aiparogt/t Form 1) Sharon Folrcloth( .' I
her entry took the top prize. Exhibit of Mertt-Sr.. ) Amy Titan, blue, Balkcom Keith Moody whit. (JI.). SutahPeugh Class.). Lawtey'' Correctional' ,. 2)) '' Lisa Correctional ((2));'' 2)) Walter Wettcotf. :; ,, No.,ry eo.c. ,rM1; ;;' t.; ", ,: ) ;.' ,w/
Both top prizes In 4-H competitionwere strawberry-orange marmalade. blue> Anita Black Lori Mosley, Turner. OpuntW) Prlckley( I''PeorH ;ilj' Robert\ '.Boson Pern 1)) Edna Norton.Mtsc.llan.u.'I .'' '' ."
in the Clothing Department thisyear. red; Jill Strickland. Jason Howard Tommy Senseverlet) Edna Norton, Henry Cone/ Starling ((3),' l.A. Totem (Bett In Class' ": 'f.'( .-i > -V Jiy ftWI '<" <* 'ft/t 'V'i
Cristi Crosby, a Union 4-H'er CLOTHING Balkcom Susan Crawford white". Mary Strayer; 2)) Henry Cox, .CrawulaiiBobby) ', Weslcatt, Gene. 'I ,;: Whittle (Best t

from Lake Butler. was. the' junior 4-H Apron (Sr.) Amy Tlson, whit. Framed Pictures. (Jr.) Su.an.Peugh Oehlke ((2));,2)) M. :Todd. In OatsBett/ In )Shawls Mary .
winner. Blouse or Skirt (Jr.) Jill Strickland. blu.; David Harris, red; Jill'( Strickland. Flowering HousepfanH "SIIay' .
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blue. Becky Poore. whit., Salntpexilla (African.. Violets,1)) Edna 1)) Edna Norton.tDionne ; ; ) ; "
Christy Crosby, daughter of Bobby Skirts (Sr. blue red. I I Norton,.Jan Klrcholne Bonnie 1 Wettcott ((2)>. Walter WwtcotVj 'I."'" 'J \ .r.
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Penny Stalnaker ; Amy. String Art (Jr.) Jill Strickland, : 2) King.Begenlatt I :t' ,
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Carolyn Crosby Titan, red., i Mosaic (Jr.) Susan "'gh. red; St'tan 1)) Lowtey Correcllonot.t .Jimmy' Btookln.r,2)' Walter Wetfcolf.V? :, ." }A ;" ,HaigtngBatkWiIJMoriSlrcyiNi, ) ); ,, I
sewed her first dress in time for '
just .
Dress or Jumpcrt Sr. Orchldi 3)) Bonnie ./ Icksy.ri.i.1) Robert Starling (2)- M _, "f'f; j \I"' y .
the Bradford County Fair and won ( ) Christy Redding, Crawford,' Jill Strickland, Becky. Poor, ; King V ,1' I
.. in the 4-H exhibit. blue: !Annette' Balkcom,blu*. (Jr.)-Adelle white. Mlscellaneeust'' U) 'Elizabeth 1<_1os', Chlorephytum (Snider .Plontjj!) ,1 ljr.: ',MISCUIANIOUS i
Best Overall
r. "I learned to sew," she said. Kuhn, blu. Macramei (Sr.) Bonnie Bensofl. red; lawtey Correctional. Edna Norton (Best' in Elizabeth' .Know1... Teplaryvt ) Mary Strayer, (Best in CIotti.) ,,
"My Just mom1' taught me* how to begin 2-Plece Ourflti (Jf.Crlstl Crosby, blu.tIarlon. (Jr.) Ginger Hortdon/UI Strkklond,. redi ;'r Class: ); Harry '...Ig.. V Trd.a.n ti.. ,. (Wandering. Jew', /iJ)[ :Dish Gardent I) Edno Norton ((3));
red, Eltuibeth Know! *; PKellyM'Todd' ;
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Seoy Susan Peugh,' Tonya .Tatum .. .
Just I had no ;: Tammy/ i 1 Henry Cox;Brenda Cor '
I{ Ideal drleaewould Mltcllanawii (Jr.) Susan Starling lawtey *. )J-Mar* Strayer, '", .
the < fAt ;
prize! Jason Howard, Ginger Hamdonj, Jilt' Canalem (Jr.) Dale Pendarvlsy red. >, AI... 1)) Elizabeth" Knowles.: 3)' <' "" : '
Christy also has a'hog in the'swine Strickland;' whit.. .(Sr.Ji' Connie Guynn, Ceramksi (Sr.) Mll II' red Penny Stalnaker, red. Benson 1) Elizabeth 'knowl...;.'Hsl HpUSBPlANT, _.
I two ; nie Guynn, Amy Block' Bonnie 0..1..1.,1)) (2)'Mary') '
Horry'Fertlg
that kept at the her busy right,up to projects opening' red; (Jr.) Susan Peugh. Timmy Coleman, ; ..Strayer Pot Scott. \ ", ; ,,M((2),,Todd Mary,;Strays Brenda, Lawtey Correctional ((2)..," Arottcalle-lxc. celwV '(Norfolk: 'lilend .:' .: :. .,.1,,,
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Tommy Tatum, bluer'Jill Strickland -:; Christmas Cswtae* 1) Ellzaoeth Knowles I "" 'IN'WMrMsoWiMttotPTlmmjBrookcnr .
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:: BAKED G PRODUCTSCendleei '. Herndon. btu. Rhonda Alvarez ,blue, Amy Black red; Becky Pooce. red. .' '-Mi '. Kelencheei) Eirxobelrr 1 Knowleji "' Mectlai.; Tents (........ 'av.Jl i rlj> BreM o\ V' OwwA Cane. Gen o..hlk.(2)( ,Mary ':-:.. t
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; ; white. (Jr.K Jill Strickland. ,, blu.; Ricky JFka/e'See... )Cerr, MonoT (ffi; Wal_" Westcett+ J2J.( ) t t ii / '' aTl ,, '
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'Chapman's Farm". Pan or fontl! Pictures Wlllla Mark ANNUAL
The work was good enough to win Plorca, whit. I Come to the Kenwln/ Shop for our
her the Grand Prize in the Arts and Counted Cro.s-Stitch Plcturoi Sonya all our
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Crafts Division, a first for Chapman Baldroo, blue. .
which gave her a "big thrill". 'i Crewel Plctuii Bonnie Kind, blue. Spring F'ashions'''for'ladies\/ and girls,vyffh 20% .
"My family talked me into entering -I Needlepoint' Picture Mary Folsom, '
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Worst storm since '47"", .

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Lake Region Editor .
Monitor
"This is by far the worst storm to -.;-* i., ys ?t v
hit the area since 1947," said Ed Bennett -
director of Member Service and
Public Relations at Clay!: Electric
Cooperative of the Tuesday after-
noon winds that whipped and twisted 4 !t} w
through the Keystone-Melrose area. ?
"What was so strange about'it, was
that it lasted so long," said Joanne x
Gill of the high winds that ripped up .
trees and sent huge limbs crashing to M ,
the ground on the Gill property rltt
located on the peninsula that
separates Little and Big Santa Fe r
Lakes. Some witnesses said the high
winds lasted at least half an hour. : A
Winds twisted the tin on the Gill A
boathouse and lifted a boat from the
covered dock dropping it close to
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shore and ripped the outboard motor J'1 r ., I ., ,.
off. The motor is still missing, Mrs.
Gill stated. *. J (Iph.. ..h u....WMMn)
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Luckily though both the Keystoneand r M ,., Party boat damaged...
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Melrose Volunteer Fire Depart ,
ments had no reports of injuries due ( Neighbor Henry Brown observe damage to newly roofed pontoon boat
r directly to the storm. after It was thrownagainst') Bob Simpkliitt house on Paradise Point by high
High twister like winds hit the winds. ._
:I Keystone Heights area around 3:15 '
Tuesday afternoon causing p ? '
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damage to some area homes. It rip
ped signs down on businesses along -p onacentralcooling'! <
SR-100, (Kentucy Fried Chicken and '
I Miller's Supermarket lighted signs) a ? .

and as it Halfmoon continued: Lakes.eastward l toward Twin rte. system or a, heat pump... 1'--l4,)

Charlie Head, chief of the Keystone 47 w* {
I Volunteer Fire Department said .w ChooM one of.,lNdacoralorlttl{ .phon*. {
volunteers assisted residents in trying with.very York central conditioning

to secure their damaged homes. Sprawling oaks... stands''''bebtd; 'just one of the numerous treed uprooted _system"....or..110.heat..and pump Moy purchat 3ht. ...\ !' ''*;/..' ,
a and helped remove some tree limbs. Joanne Gill dressed In rain garb ,and high boots by the storm,hi} ,her yard on Little Lake Santa Fe; '
i a In an unrelated storm incident *wr> V e Uptofl'10 volu*depending onchotn. ',.!'<'-< S firemen were called out again early Tubb is Chevron Station lost an Bennett estimated about 120 i enser"aluminum E JUm.JI.l lJKIH T-T-: T--J-JF! 4 Er ,. I ifrm 3
(4:15 ) morning to Pack Lumber Company field. He said ( ,1 .,
a.m. Wednesday porch. vatively working in the :'
fight a barn fire at the Jorge Vallde- in Melrose lost a roof off one of there about 15 working in the controlits jj eomfort/'cosl analyst. .,and thi York .'.
juli hay farm. Loss was. estimated at sheds. A tree fell on the Eliam room answering phones way into'the. X ( recommendation most.xpmlv' .tytt;;not.m n,but t uarly Ih.on.th*theta: ..'t J
I 125000. Baptist pastorium and the educa night. 'th.right decision' for you., : ', / :,.:
A Hillcrest resident Mrs. M.J. tional building. Dampier said there At the height of the outage,Bennett a robert harris salon 1' .
Humphries reported a path of 15-20 was a lot of damage of trees down estimated 20 to 30,000 members out'of k I' .,."". ."", -..
oak and pine trees uprooted in her around the Melrose cemetery. service. He said probably 20,000"'of A'' I i
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area, with one falling on the concrete Bennett said the damage and those were in the Melrose-Keystntie SPRING SALE'Brighte" ,. 'f.J t.J .-................. :.. '.' .
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! block addition to her mobile home. power-outage was quite widespread area because of a sub-station out that ...._.. ... ,- ","1
after the initially in 'I' __ ,
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that area. Up'Your Hair I --S 'CoM. "rtcang" '
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. Kerr areas but that after dark the on by tonight" Bennett said Wednesday with our .f 4.f
major outages were in the Keystone morning.. ,- 'f Highlighting andgeta free .fV'
4 Old Magnoliatrees Heights and Melrose areas. one process I, / .fi
"We brought in all available crews: Reg. '27,50
around 8 8:30 p.m.," said Bennett, Please see... Storm $ t to spread :
toppled to "with almost everybody working all .. (: I Now 20 word.
the "
night. Pag<< ,;; COUPON GOOD FOR KINNEY .;J

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ground by winds. 'LIMITED TIME ONLY (Rra7ArHAnecj7.i.tSno "

Thursday s WITH ROBERT KEITH, TlM )

Several hugh pine trees were R und-Up nay 19 UZ TAMMY OR ALAN YORK. I. ;
uprooted and fell on Paradise Point April Ir.v..dNfonoa.
homes located on a peninsula that juts 9 '..ra. oil % pm. 0 I JCall Appointment: 964 +7 jEeIl11LLffOfSir 1

out into Lake Geneva. If w j { U V "... -B43 _r504 W. :an sw
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1 The Kerry home on the tip qf then .',-.jattUU# Y .a "'{ '
point got one tree on its roof while the 1jF /
Kerry's..r ndighbors Henry and Sue rS tvet iiiItD .Ai ___''iI d .
Brown, received extensive damage", to I...,* "'" ... ---. -TBKT" BB ar.. .. I, --- =-
their roof and two bedrooms from Christian AcademyPREREGISTER -

fallen trees. .,' .
"I was taking a nap when that tree .
came right through th@ ceiling," said FOR '
Henry Brown of the !''nine-foot tree ;
trunk that broke through his roof and 1984.1985 School Year ,
ceiling. "I came up out of that bed likea ? STARKEpLYMOUrH t
shot," he added. Water could be GRADES'
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heard dripping in the background as 'f. ,
Brown talked on the phone Wednes- ,\ o Come Spend the,Day With Us .
day morning to The! Lake Region
I Monitor reporter.Bob Thursday, April 19.9 am to 2 i
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Simpkin, another Paradise t .It: _
MEN ... Home of America' Best.
=- Point resident found his neighbor'spontoon Charleen Wright PrincipleTeacherParents '
B boat smashed'up against his '1 : ', ,;
!a house after the storm ceased. His Welcome Refreshments Served Built, Best 'Backed'Cars & '
home also received tree and limb .
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damage. r .: Trucks. i! '11! '
I A new home at the corner of Point- NO CHARGE FOR VISIT OR PREREGISTRATIONFOR ,,,' ; '.
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view and SH-21 also received roof .f J I
a damage after a tree crashed through.A MORE ,INFORMATION CALL. 964.4016. Chrysler 'j
= screen porch was ripped off the ..J : I
back.of Grace Hacker's home at the n :
Keystone Club Estates and was set Plymouth
down in her front yard..,Mrs:Hacker's Seventh Day Adventist Christian Academy ji i "
who home at the I J
daughter Jerry was
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SR 100 West West Madison.St. 964-4016 Starke
time,said when the storm hit it sounded ( ) -
like an airplane coming in real low. 160W W. MadilOn Ir.." : ''CO"PAHIOUR l
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In Melrose, Dampier said
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Starke Man'Serf oas i' ', Sinclair TiiCfeWl:1 } ''i Worthless1! ': oll./d/ (oMp') 'tld sid ;ac: <<: rP' I cident. jna failedttw! yfefa( I right away, month of Marh', \ dinlo! 'Rescue shot wound victims. One call was
dismissed. $25 Cost: : ; j' :,- 'J'I \lt'r f.t ,1'':( I accohityig/ to Robert/' [ '" Supervisor. !Cliff har.'malQ,i obstetric related.
I After SR-100 W John Frederick Tale, fishing Wllb i \ >''n :'waif\' nt' toiBradfonfi \; .' :' Damage to. the 1974 :;Pontiac: was' 5?of the runS Four people /were dead when the
'a license paid/, $25 floe I :: ;:; i iI d.8 liby': Rescue: 60i i: : >' $1,200. Damage;to the'1984 Pontiac. 54 patients). :;:29',runa required no rescue unit arrived.Six .
One man remains\ In a8"lo I I a a O hlble i wha., 30O? I was ,0001n the3:5q:; p: t. accident. tranllporting..i: ,, "< 1 '.j calls were cancelled and three
: tion following an accident I thdq Tins was the of accident: :. !;Three cajls. +:' transported by the calls false alarms.
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Keystone Heights airport pn ) ': Keysjtone, IlelghtiVilt.Char ( ,, 1 11't/ ,', 1\ ;' ,, Ma:h 24 which. alsv.had one injury.. back-up 'unit. t Two ';,capls were Bradford citizens who call for the
March 31. That 12:50' albi i j ed with. Battery; II I'' '' ;,' :, I: ''I I.I i i transported; by life-Flight? (to Baptist rescue unit are asked to please stay
was the cause of a second 1i : 1.J.n tOo, .ril'I"'j,1' j \ St *,rie Man' Arrested Hospital In'JafkSpnvillOj ?M on the line long enough to give adequate -
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Starke was taken by''' -Sunday following\ ''a fight .!at, a i I "F ( 'x-iyear-old' buffered' a broken leg Starke' man was:arrested March Hospital, three patients each to North Chapman.The .
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,; Bradford Hospital, with Gainesville late-night bottle clut: ji i' a(1 h of an'accident: April 1 near 30 anjfi charged with disorderly intox- Florida Regional Hospital and emergency' number for Bradford
,_, Juries and fractured riM,, charge Norman. 'Johjnsoc 23, ./was at Grocery qastj! of: Hampton.. '1; icatl0nj ': according : toy' t'Patrolman, Alachua: General,Hospital\ five each County 96-6161.
to, Baptist Hospital; with knocking/ anotherman: \! / iHenirleih 'was;;'taXert",by Willie Searcy., ,< ; to Shands and the RecepU n Medical
Paramedic Paul West Two' ,unconscious foil wing. a;3:30 a.m. tight'i i ItC\ e i 60 to Bradfprd .Hospital then. Po ice were called{ to disturbanceon Center and. oars\ 'patient to the.
cident victims, Lloyd DaviS ,outside Uw Latet Night,Cub! ,oni ', nda! Hospital' in Gain syUa: | fort I B wnlee St Saturday a night. Marvin Veteran Hospital. r I f I I''' Traffic Violations
nam Hall and Bonita St. According' : to Alachua J p'> SW'j'13th I I oet, exit!, according; .j to< Paramedics Shilth, i was arrested after he began, ;Bradford :Rescue; ted assisted During the'Past Week
22 of Starke were also taken '.$Sheriff J)Department i tt. ','Taylor ad (Paul ; Hen- cussfpg ,the officers and ;':( ;I; ts) 'with''
ford Hospital by Rescue '75; 'J 'f'het \lnegman.vasideptifiedbnlyi'as' ( ; !i! .was1,* passenger;;ln'4'19$4 Pon- around,1, Smith hadbeen, drinking'! three palielitS'aiad'Reue\ : 51 '(Lake There were eight arrest during tho
Davis, driving a 1972 Chry$ Grady Beasley. JHe wjas treatedh i!' ;driven tH/\\''VIYla"( | |Aura. Cov heavy|) said Searty. puller) with onepatient,. .1 past week for traffic violations accor
southbound on SR-100, and released from :lAlachtja General I tOIl, ]25ol Starke.} ;'] ', ; for the charge was set at ISO. Seven '''paUenw'; werel'Cr.eated( for ding to local authorities.
'''' ing a 1971 Ford was' ,Hospital :neck'and spine 'Injuries{ !;! r eorge1 WllllaW pebarnk :87, of Smithd "was" released on his own trauma anq riln*;: calls:were'trauma,, Timothy: Alan Thorntonof Starkewas
depuU84 !, (! V rke 1974 wad related 'to, :automobile' accidents.: : : 17 arrested and with
Chrysler crossed over the rid ;i 4 i .driving: a 'Pontiao' recognizance.t ;? : April 1 charged
into the path of the Ford !I' i!I' l' V:( tbo und IfronJ Edwmrda;: Grocery t calls were'to 'Illness\ related patients. driving while Intoxicated, according,,
left front fender a" Two Accidents ,; crossing. !( -iooitoCR, -13. Covington Ten calls were cardiac patients and to Trooper D, C. Roberts.
Trooper D. F. Pes la'. '' Involve Travel ratltsA Wa frwuthbound on $t n-tCM)',applied, '
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,The Chrysler remaingdln bt.kea,: ,kidded,681feet'atxigQllide4; J i 'I way and was struck' by I :. travfci trailer olyerturhed;March e : Bradford County fescue Unit TW cal 4'uiere' ,to'parents In emoDonal Seepage *
Chevrolet driven 'by', { 27 on SRiioo after the driver lost' :control -{;i'' \Ithearnipd.. dtlwltb, t the.ac-f. responded to 8)) calls;; during :the; crisia{! ,,sin,::two' ,. cailswere. ',!! gun
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Ritch of Starke who tried to tho' ,.trailei; 4 drppped the I I Iii' ( 4. 1 I t ? -.1' 1 'l '

vehicle Neither but Ritch was unable or his to! do roadway Gerard! C; .Beiacchia I / '26, ; 'oflIi I :::::::

Shaun Ritch were'I injured | > honkers J New York'was w !abound onl', i ::
cond accident. 1! .> 'SR-100,"driving! a 1984 Ford truck pull-j 1! C
Davis was charged with : : ing a 1372 prowlertravpl; trailerThe[' ]'{:
drive in a'' single; lane and i; right'sick! of the trailer dropped off!!'. ,
while license suspendedjSaid! ',the. north shoulder and the!driver lostl';It)
.Damage to the Chrysler \\! .control; After 'travelling *97 feet,;ion I '
Damage to the Ford i the 'shouider the'vehicle came"back' I ,
Damage to the Chevrolet ; onto the roadway, traveuing.isldeways ; :
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Wanted Man Arre: !'' roadtY' ""r r ,1 '
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For Stealing. ,C i {Use duq are.;, 'I'j! : 'i!t, t
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the,trailer\was $500! ''' ':'' '''''1'-'H---J--: ,
employee spotted 'an : Damageto; ; j :
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warrants traffic violations out 'for. Sedgewick since ,New The Jeiiey driver, locked Armand\ the J.brakes possenn':calls: of; t e.,. ..4' 1NC ., $" rlghtj!, : :..t11 \,; '.: '" "Ta'i'3tJz'' r r !'

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page S. Bond for the charges was set at a Starke Firemen Dwayne Hardea; The seminar which was at the St. Hardee, who emphasizes' ;the striving,to update their skills to make ".,
Augustine Technical: Center was well ,,'Starke- this an even safer community;'and
and Paramedic
total of $650. Williams was releasedon 'Tom Rowe Scott emgerenc personnel .in 1 I
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Thomt n'* blood alcohol contentwas his own recognizancej) Taylor attended the three; day;) worth the time_spent._ ,according to Rradford County ails continually. ,county in which,to live. !; !:
.13 percent. seminar which was planned to betterprepare -
Bond for the charge was set at|300, emergency service personnelto i"'; "''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''
Thornton was released on his own One Injury In Accident access and extricate those persons f ,'l. WAINWRIGHT'S :;
recognizance.James Two Receive CitationsBoth involved in transportation accidentsand Ui ""J
structural collapse of buildings.The .J ; ;
A. Miller,24,of Raiford was drivers were cited In a March program featured classroom ;
arrested March 31 and charged with 27 accident on US-301 north of Starke sessions each morning and actual i PRECISION HAIRCUTS J PRODUCE ,
driving under the Influence and one of the drivers was taken to the laboratory skill sessions each after Mens!! Reg. -12'. NOW '6IJiWomeru North J
failure to exhibit driver license, according hospital with possible injuries. noon. All attending were given an opportunity Former's Market US 301
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to Patrolman Dwight Groves. Paul Haab.33,of Keystone Heights, to observe and in some In- Reg. sib NOW 7'' :.; ,..:'. !': ;
Miller's blood alcohol content was driver of a 1969 Volkswagen, was stance to take part,in actual evolut Starke ..
.10 percent.Bond taken to Bradford Hospital followingthe lions to access and extricate trapped, 'i 1 j DESIGNER PERMS ?
for the charges was set at 11:20 a.m. accident. persons from each type Incident. ,
$559.25. Miller was released on his James Hulce,57,of Starke drivinga During the three day period actual iMens Reg.-' 35 .. Now 17'Womens ito
We're Next
own recognizance.Leo 1978 Ford pickup were traveling demonstrations of access and extrication Reg. *40 NOW *20 ;
north on US301 in the ,inside lane. used for bus incidents(with buses '. ;
Carter of Starke was arrested Hulce was slowing to make a left turn provided by several transportation. the
March 31 and charged with driving Into the median crossover, he had no firms) and train Incidents (using I *,* * I
while intoxicated and driving while brake on a trailer hewas pull passenger cars,engines and cabooses 1 '!
license suspended, according to ing. lights vehicle was unable to stop provided by AMTRAK and Florida i WELCOMEBACK j jI FAIRGROUNDS
Trooper D. F. Peseta. and struck the left rear of the trailer, East Coast Railroad) provided
Bond for the charges was set at according to Trooper B.A. Williams. realism for those attending the. I II '
$500. Carter was released after a Haab was cited for following too seminar. I ALAN
surety bond was posted. closely and Hulce was cited for unsafe The auto and large truck extrica-
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equipment. tion scene demonstrated access pa- I :
Terrie Lynne Poston of Palatka was Damage to the VW was $200. tient stabilization and patient' COUPON GOOD FOR i ii. STRAWBERRIESFRESH I
arrested April 1 and charged with Damage to the trailer was$25. removal; using wreckers, hydraulictools :j' LIMITED TIME ONLY
driving while Intoxicated accordingto Hurst cutters prying tools and i.
Lt. William Tillotson.Poston's Emergency Personnel rams, hand tools and other power i WITH ALAN & TAMMY i FROM
blood alcohol content was tools. '
Attend 1984 SeminarThree !i FREE CONSULTATIONS :
.16 percent. A mock disaster was staged to
Bond for the charge was set at$300. local fire-rescue personnel demonstrate the methods used duringthe APPOINTMENTS NOT i OUR FARM

Poston was released after a surety attended the 1984 Emergency Ex- three-day period to access and extricate J
bond was posted. patients from a building' ALWAYS NECESSARY I Farm
trication Seminar March 29 thru 31 in Greens from our

Clifford Hudson of Starke was arrested St. Augustine. disaster. e, CLOSED SUN. & MON." i Fresh Fruits: & (
April 1 and charged with driving !
while intoxicated, according to 964-8431 504 W. Call St. i Vegetables in Season s

Sgt.Hudson Wayne was Wilkinson.stopped after'he was r What we at m..nw STARKE.oTOW"', ...............!
seen weaving on the roadway, and d 1,......... .... .. .
with refusing 0 0 WesternSteer ".," _.. .. ._ ._., __. :-1 .1. - ''' --
was additionally charged .
to sign the citation.
Bond was set at $325 for the

I, charges.surety bond Hudson was posted.was released after a Are Offering You!, mm *$$ V./'t.VS$$; ? '-1r iII FAIR

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Bryan Marlow Riddle, 28, of .
arrested March 31 ., at
Jacksonville was ; '
and charged with actual physical con- This Week Only Bi1.V'iA V'-' .
trol of vehicle under the influence of TERWILLEGARMOTORS
alcohol and no valid driver license, '
according to Trooper D. C. Roberts. April 5 thru April 11 iSM M*
Bond for the charges was set at '
thru Wednesday' 'I
Thursday
$1,559.25. Riddle was released on his :
BREAKFAST SPECIAL ,
own recognizance.Betty .. .

Ruth Belt,41,of Baldwin was 6:00 a.m. to 10:30: a.m. This Sale is for ONE WEEK: ONLYFair
arrested March 29 and charged with .
driving under the influence, according fr

Bond to Trooper for the charge Roberts.was set at$300. ALL YOU CARE TO EAT l Week Specials S ,,'

Bell was released after a surety bond
was posted. Breakfast & Fruit Bar

Roland II. Williams, 40, of 'Worthington 1984 Ranger
Springs was arrested March 1.99
27 and charged with driving while in- Only
toxicated and driving while license
suspended, according to Marshall Special ValueFull
Tommy RaQ.l raon.I LUNCHEON SPECIAL '6295
Full Head Liner Special seat color
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. tax I .
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EasterColoring bumper, wheelNp moldings, power
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coloring entry form at ,' Fish Sandwich Steak'' Sandwich ,

our store, color the ) I
Easter Bunny, and DINNER SPECIAL
you might be a
winner! Come in for 3:00 p.m. to Closing .

contest details and a p .,
2 Delicious & Tender
list of prizes. No ,,

purchase necessary! RIB EYE USDA Choice DINNERS. 300 ''Six, 4 ,speed manual, air cond., ;

2 Baked Potatoes tinted glass, deluxe tu-tone,I low mount- I .w ''8395 iJ

2 Salad Bars mirrors 5250 G.V.W. pkg.,,power steer-; ," I 1

2 Beverages Ing/brakes, P215"'lires, heavy duty bat' List 10,495 ;

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I Needlework Division 'f .( 'i.' ." i, I
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Marion loads .Intricate) em- win, 2)) G.R. Whitaker ;, "" fed.nt, B.t.y Nail, Wandq thopnfian;'5JCharl VI1 I w.at.r-Man or Woman's I)Judle DufMlxt Julia Thlgpen. .' '
broidery won her the Best'.Overall; Ladles,Jocketi,,I) luclle'Godwin} .. ..n Wright. fy, Toby Afghani' 1)) BettyHlldebrand, 2)) Meddle work on 14., .
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Prize in this year's sewing division, todies $klnd 1{!,iII.: 'Codln. ,'2)) *>.".' Plac. Mdq, J 1)) P.agl'.,(Wlldi, 2)) Lolo : 1)) Ado Reddlih. Lola Johnion.aby ',
A Bradford County native' n.l'.,JIhe''? hltak.,.".'' !#', U ,';'Yt I' ')"?'.,,, Ihn'ln.! Manketi 1)I) Julie: Thlgpen.
began her project about 10 months ladles Slack., f),loclli, odwin" Crochet dtpreodi 1)), Marlon Hood, Lavada '., '
ago "while watching television"!"and '.'. Ladles Swlmweart I 1)) sctl\ .(I .". r Knitting Afghani 1)) Idella King D.lyn.Pearson
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continued to work on it right up to the Man' lulU Ir3oy Hutto4; { Afghani )) Mr.. Judl Duffy 2)) llmjmle/ Money, Clara Col on, 3)) Lola
Fair. Man' Trousers* 1)) Luclle Godwin. Sllpp. .i (YOUTH) 1) Br.nda Grill, Johnson Betty Hlldebrand.
:"I've done hundreds of 'afgahnaf," MIscellaneeusi 1)) G.R. Whllaker. 2)) Sw. t.r-Chlld'st 1)) Ado R.ddl.h. sob! Accenerleti 1)),Lola Johnson, 2))
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Hoad said. "But this Is the first time .,cit. Godwin; ,.3)) Nancy Gr..n. 'w" '.. .. .. ... LORIDA
I'ye ever entered anything in the fair LAWN & GARDEN
and I've been doing needlework sinceI lingerie" ; I. EST "
was 13 years old' .ladles Gown 1) Luclle Godwin.: ONTROL CENTER

Joy Hutto's three piece men's suit ,,' ,
I her the Best Linens "*' .cktMICAt ct
won Overall in the Sews rT '
ing Division in this year's Fair. edipreadt 1)) Mildred 'Main, *,,,2)) Jean Azaleas
A Bradford County native, she last Tanner 3)) Jean Tanner. ;*" tho';ti 1M.
'Tabl.clolh-lunch.on..f. .runnir.sJul. 1 GaL SIze
entered'a fair when she was in high ,
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school when she learned from her WI.: XW
mother the, finer points of garment Potholdem I) Mary Gr..n. S 99
sewing loby Qullti 1)I) Belly Hlldebrand\)Nancy ,
"This is a thrill'she said.. guess Folsom I IS.
I'll have to enter next year now." Quilt-Mochino Madet 1) Haiel) Whltl.;2) when you buy. '

Baby 0.....' 1)) Joy Hutto. Betty Quill-Hand Hlldebrand.Slllchedt 1)) Bonnie, King\ 2)) .SPEC'Al..S' WEEk '' 12 or mere
GlrU' Draw ,I) O.K. Whltak. 2)) Joy Pesla Dyal. ,, i : it Met
Hollo 3)) Alllton Hllllard.Ploysufs VJoy
,1)) Laura Crew. 2)). G.R., Mlscellaneoui Yt Pecan Trees LII..n10.
.;. :'' :> Embroidery .en Wearing Apparels 1)) ''
Girl.'Skirts"1)"Mr.) G.R: VYhltafcer," -; Lenorah Hugglns. "', Desirable, Stuart, & Curtis :=:
'I'&:, ',",' ../.'" L 'I,' Tattlngi 1) lavada Pr.. ott. '"' Were '15" to '17" '
)', G.rment.f. #'J f:'I.I ..;,," f Rugst IJ''Allison Hlllard. .?.,I "y \o cllMlI"'"
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ladle Aproni 1)) Loulta Rpiler, 2)Nancy Mlicellaneousi I) Myrtl. Iv.", 2)) LI.a co's 1e
Green 3) Lucll.Godwin, I 1299 1499 VPtants
ladles Blouiei 1))Lucll.Godwin, 2))G.R.Whitaker -. Huttp NOW to fit
3)) Nancy Pearson
AnnualsFsvtfttt
ladle. Street 0...." 1)) Peggy Relchert. ,. 1 Roses .
2)) Camilla Whitaker 3)),Bonnie King. d ; E. Call Street Starke : VsrisflssTnyif.
Ladle. Formal Wear< (II, Wedding 1 on FortunlanaJJc.alsj, ; *
dretS'Speclal Occasion 1)) Mabla lawls, : : '
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Discount Furniture & $ ltof.7*
Appliances to't .
2)) Joan Maury 3)) G.R.Whltoker. 1.4
Ladle. Street Draw 1)) luclls Godwin L .__ 10
2)) G.R. Whltok.r, 3))Jacquelyn!' Bettarton. I" r. .1raventary' Sa!.= = 4 7
Ladles 2-3 PC. Ememblei 1)lucile Gods .. -.

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The main'down-town Keystone area Chest of Drawers ., ,,\t.. ."."., 4 ," r1r plants up to 4,000 sq. tL It costs toss than Argentine
was on about four hours after the ,Automatic Ice-Maker .. 5 Bahla.,
storm hit."What 599.954999RefrigeratorFreezer .
we try to do is get the main Refrigerator Freezer neg. .
feeders back on," Bennett said,,."and 17.7, '; ;, .. WEED-EATEA "'r f a ;' ?. .,
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then work toward the outlying;areas. :x'$425 POWER fi CLI ;
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twister Bald Bennett. SO.J. Helps retain moisture retards weed I
"1 know there were terrific whirling Produces 125 MPH r
winds and blowing rains," Bennett I, Maglc.Chef ,' \' ,I ,\ $330 wind to sweep drive, growth adds beauty I
added. Electric Range't. . . .. j'. .'. ". walks, patio clean, UL 2 cu.ft. bag Reg.' 2.99fl QO'
Richard Roberts, of ,Allstate' Insurance
,said early Wednesday morn Wall Oven S s-4cn S listed,Reg.59.99 ; with coupon;,only ..%. %P ,

ing that he already had something' Gas fang.S. .,. . :. . .,. 1 DU 99 Florida Conftol-Coupon, Good.thru Apr ,
like 22 claims, but did not yet have,a $ -. 3 9 .1

dollar figure. .'" .. Beds . .... .'. Reg. 'SO.OO .60 ONLY. -;,'h- ".' . ,; ,_. u, > .',> ...,.,">
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Katie Marie Schlofman Cemetery under the direction of of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Alfred P. Cruickshank';, ": '" "_ '1.1 1/

Infant Katie Marie Schlofman, of Jones Funeral Home, Hwy 100 and Starke. Burial was In Miami Alfred Paul Cruickshank, 64pf the? ,, Cart, of Thanks... .
Starke, died Friday, March 30, in Cypress St., Keystone Heights. lieu Memorial Park In Miami with Archie' Park of the Palms, Keystone Iletglrts'" .' The: family of Mrs. fc.H. (Annie Our sincere'' thankt'1o allot'you M .t'your'
Humana Hospital, Orange Park, of flowers, contributions may be Tanner Funeral Home of Stark 'in' died suddenly Monday, April, at his Lee)*,Mock'would like to thank all of prayers,:cards telegrams, food,
following a sudden illness. made to the United MethodistCiildren's charge or local arrangements. ? home. those whose love food, flowers and and other thoughtful expressions of
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She is survived by her parents, Dr. Hospital P.O. Box 8, George C. Dyal ,.'" Born in Schenectady New York,: prayers were of great, comfort,. to us caring and sharing.Your acts of kind ,
Leonard Arthur and Mrs. Theresse Enterprise, FL 32725. moved; "
Mr. Cruickshank ; to Keystone during our recent l $11. ness and understanding have helped
George Collie Dyal, 79, of Lake ,
Marie Schlofman one sister, Miss :
; Heights from Stratford, Conn' 1H! to sustain us during the most needed
Jill Schlofman and one brother Joe Sire Starling Butler died Wednesday, March 28, in years ago. He was a retired engineer\ times. We thank Dr. Felos, Dr. Sarnt, :
Master Michael Schlofman, all of Joe Sire Starling, 71, of Starke, died Lake Shore Hospital, Lake City, with the General Electric Company Elaine Sherman, RN, Paramedics
Starke; her paternal grandparents, Tuesday night, April 3, at his home following a brief illness. where he was Manager of Manufac- ,The family of George Tetstone Scott Taylor and and .' ,
A native of Florida Mr. wa6rthe cared or
brief Dyal '
Commander and Mrs. Arthur S. following a illness. '
turing Engineering. He ., J
and was a. would like to thank each and everyone' everyone else our ,t*
Schlofman of Orange Park:,and Mr. Born in Starke, Mr. Starling was a son of the late George Amanda ; member of the Society of Industrial for' their' prayers, cards, flowers,. Mama with medical proficiency and .n
and lifetime resident of
and Mrs. Anton Schopper of Chicago, life long resident of Bradford County Dyal was a Engineers and attended Park of the words of comfort in the hour of our patience.Our .
Lake Butler and In farming
and faithful member of Pine was engaged
Ill. a very Palms Chapel. also to Chestnut'.
bereavement. May God bless each appreciation i
until his retirement.
Private funeral services were held Level Baptist Church. and Funeral, Home of Gainesville andHutchlns
at 11 a.m. Sunday, April 1, at the He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Survivors include his wife, Rachel: everyone.We want Home of Macon
Survivors include his wife especially to thank Archer Funeral !
of Lake Butler two Mrs. y '
Doris Thomas of Starke Dyal ; lOllS \
graveside. Burial was in Crosby Lake Starling ; one of Lake Butler and Paul l May G. Cruickshank of Keystone Funeral Home of Lake Butler for Ga. for their efficient services. MayGod ..' ,
George Dyal
of daughter, Mrs. Betty Alvarez, also of
under the direction' '.
Cemetery '
their each of '
special kindness shown us.Children" continue to bless you < .
Dyal of South Carolina two Heights; one son, Dr. Robert Alfred
Jones Funeral Home, Starke. Starke; two sons, Rev. Frank Starlingof ; Wife Children of
Panama City, and Rev. Marty daughters, Betty Cutlip of Ft. Lauder. Cruickshank of Wakefield, Mass.; one
brother James Of George Tetstone Mrs.Sarah f.Jenkinsv
dale and Rachel Freeman of South Wilson Cruickshankof
Mrs. Pamela F. Dyal Starling of Saltillo, Mexico; three
Mrs. Pamela Faye Dyal, 48, of sisters, Mrs. Lucia Thomas, Mrs. Carolina; one brother, Millie Dyal of Charlton New York and four
Starke, died Thursday, March 29, in Leatha Mae Nettles and Mrs. Joan Alachua; two sisters, Sally Harrel of grandchildren. J
Jacksonville, Memorial Hospital Richards, all of Starke; six brothers, Alachua and Mary McDavid of Lake Funeral services were held at at 11
.following an extended illness. Robert William, V.L., & W.B. Starling Butler and six grandchildren. a.m. Wednesday, April 3, in the
Born in Nunda, N.Y., Mrs. Dyal all of Starke, Warren Starling of Graveside funeral services were''held DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Mr. :{I I I
moved to this area from Auburndale, Keystone Heights, Tommy Starling of Friday, March 30, at 2 p.m. at William A. Erikson officiating. Burial
for Fernandina Beach and eight grand- Mt. Zion Cemetery Lake Buter, with e l''
Fla. 37 years ago; was a secretary will be in Easton Memorial Cemeteryin
the State Attorney's office in Starke children. Bishop Heath of Macclenny of Stratford, Conn. Jones Funeral Ii
and was a member of FaithTaber-, Funeral services will\ be held at 2 ficiating. Sherrill-Heath Funeral'Home of in
Home Keystone Heights chargeof
nacle In Melrose. p.m. Friday, April 6, in the Pine Level Lake City was in charge.of ar arrangements. '
Survivors include her husband Guy Baptist Church with Rev. Roman !rangements. : i
H. Dyal, Sr.j; one son, Guy H. Dyal, Alvarez, pastor, and Rev. Frank -
Jr., both of Starke; two daughters, Starling officiating. Burial will be in
Lynn D. Miller of Middleburg and Crosby Lake Cemetery with Jones
Elizabeth D. Whipple of Bradenton, Funeral Home of Starke In charge of Tuller Chiropractic Center : r
Fla.; her father, Marvin L. Lawson; arrangements.
three brothers, David E. Lawson, ATKINSON'S
Henry O. Lawson and Marvin "Son Steven Glenn Dahnke RICHARD C. 'TULLER D.C.
ny" Lawson; one sister, Sara Groves, Steven Glenn Dahnke, 19, of ,
all of Starke; and three grand Sunland Training Center, Gainesville, HOME HEALTH CARE '
children. died Thursday, March 29, in .
Funeral services were held Saturday .Gainesville.Born 150-A West Call Street Starke '
March 31, in the DeWitt C. Jones in Starke, Mr. Dahnke was of

Chapel with Rev. Eugene R. Haas of the Catholic faith. '.. 964.4439 .
ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake Survivors include his mother and I / 4
Cemetery under the direction of father, Roger W and Ruby Dahnke of

Jones Funeral Home, Starke. Starke one brother, Michael Wayne Sales & Rentals
Dahnke of Washington, D.C.; his :. ,.' Headaches G ,
grandmothers, Viola Dahnke of Neck & Arm Pain I
Adam P. Newell Jacksonville and Mamie Frazier of > Low Back Pain i Numbness & DEPEND

Infant Adam Parker Newell, age Virginia. I''' Workers Tingling''' 50c'J;

three months, of Keystone Heights, Funeral services were held Compensation UNDERGARMENTS . '
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died Monday, April 2, in Shand'sTeaching Wednesday,.April 4, at graveside In Injuries 'f
Hospital, Gainesville, Sunset Memorial Park in Bennett- Breath Easier Shape Up for
following a brief illness. sville, S.C. Arrangements were made s f J
Born in Gainesville, Master Newell by Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Rent An SUMMERAir
attended Trinity United Methodist Starke. 11
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Church, Gainesville, with his parents. Purifier 'Life Gyms
Survivors include his parents, PaulD. Stewart Roberts Natural Healthcare"for: the Whole Family
and Juanita Graham Newell; two Stewart Roberts 73, of Starke, died 1st WEEK FREE Complete Exerciser In a Bag
brothers, Joey and David Newell, all Wednesday, March 28, at Alachua I
of Keystone Heights; his paternal General Hospital, Gainesville. Lawrence Blvd..Keystone Heights
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Born in Kentucky Mr. Roberts had Complete Line of Supports &
Stebbins of Palm Bay, Fla.; and his lived in Miami for several years and 473-7213, 4737214Monday Braces'I

maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. was of the Baptist faith. FREE BLOOD PRESSURE 'I'
George Graham of Eustis, Fla. Survivors include two sons, Edward
Funeral services will be held at 2 Roberts of Starke and Ulysses
p.m. Thursday April 5, in theKeystone Roberts of Miami; five grandchildrenand Friday 8:30-6:00: t DAYS A WEEK 24 Hour Emergency Service

with; Rev. United David Landers Methodist officiating.Church, Funeral nine great services grandchildren.were held Thurs' Weekends Evenings l 473-7894 FREE Delivery &. Set Up We,Medicare & ;il. ,

Burial will be in Keystone Heights day, March 29, at 4 p.m. in the Chapel Supplemental Insurance

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Court Finals > Thanks to ':'LAKE CHEVY-OLDS-hcs I had tbgJl Jt r .IVfngRiz"'E EiCJiEVOLtiS: 1C.V" rr' 1R' t
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to Eighty-four appear before cases Judge'were"George scheduled H. 'SafesMonth ever. To' show;' outa'; : Ppreclarra >J"to
Pierce in Bradford County. Traffic-
Criminal Court April 2. the public we are having an APRIL EXTRAVAGANZA" I
Those appearing were John Scott, "
driving while intoxicated, fined USED CARS .. ). : I
$281.50,license suspended six months, Sale. All cars & trucks are being reduced for .- "


Salvation community Army service supervision work, attend, 50 hours driving this Gigantic; Sale. 100 units' must go. Don't make a AND TRUCKS :

while intoxicated (DWI) school. .
Eugene Lamar Ford, driving while mistake Check LAKE. "
intoxicated, fined $281.50, license I
suspended six months Salvation Army 81 EI Camino I
supervision, 50 hours community .
rnnnr Aulem9no.N.r.o. alr. Paws .(..r* '
service work, attend DWI school. I IIaY k.y 'da76rn 1 CbevetCeotk I
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George C. Bilgman, driving while Autom'
6llu ,air AAVf M radio,ChooM from a.M988 !
intoxicated, state will dismiss, ,
Bilgman gled guilty to wilful-wanton 1 t 83 Firebirds> I

reckless driving, fined $59.25 Automatic air, AM/FM radial, 3.. ehooM$798d '
David Lebron Stephenson, driving b "-
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while intoxicated, fined $281.50.license 84 C-30 Custom C-10 Custom ',' .' ...lw
suspended six months, attendDWI DeluxeChasslsCab 84 C-10 4X4 Deluxe :. : aoom l'>i'

school 50 hours, Salvation community Army work supervision 84. S-10 Pick Up No, 1541I '' % 3557V4 package" No, air 3383Silverado pulw -' '. vuliecontrol 82, Olds Toronado .: '7688,
.t liter v... automatic o..no., aux.iprtagt engirt** auto from. gaug** ,
till wheel 1. V-t) ._ V-ond.. ...
valid driver license No Still engine aura cI" loaded law m" MI5CA
Stephenson, no Slip Bumper plus full factory quip. dual :wfmlt, 790 II<.., .top:burhptK: rally wHIs' 939 loch itep Dumper',lalywh..ly, power window. 81 CeSca 6T
fined 5925. power Hearing. aircond. plutmor., I lock* *11 i6sa .
Stephenson, failed 'to maintain SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE Automatic Pa,34, air.. sunroof, Ulna. I Irflaack &

single Clarence lane,Bailey$25. Thompson, driving 6,788 $10 588 11 88 '10,588 Automatic 82,till,BUCK en/be,window REGAL! real beautyt "':,:; .:," '9BI

while intoxicated, fined $281.50, I.n05A,. v "
license suspended six months, attend --. .. ;' ,, '" 81 Monte Carlo',

DWI school, 50 hours communitywork $84B8. ". Air,' __...Mt, crurM,. tMreo, doubleMSarplfXWIA ,
Salvation Army supervision. '1' ., *
Thompson, no valid driver license, 84 Sflveratfa Pickup ', .: $6'288';
fined $59.25. .Automatic v.... -01-1I,, INI, crulM, .
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Marion Thomas Lee, .no valid '. 83 ..10 Cab .
10,988- .
driver license, fined $55.25. 1111 ... 4rp.d" ....law mnK I...'.".......,

Lee, refused to sign citation, c 83 C-10: ; ;, 'J 738.

dismissed.Lee 84 C-10 Fleetside '84 S-10 4x4' 84.'K- zer"C, pow.faring. ,. '
violation of right of way, fined 4C-10.LWB Na 33MV4 **,'lioton*and baawtyl r 83 C-20 Pickup

$55.25. Pickup No. 3487V .,auto No.tr 3379V6 .Mad,A/C 30 engine, automatic. IKXhia"enarlroadllrek '8388', ... rtci tUt. vuUe,,power wlmknM.IrAllei. .'
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restrictions ... 8.n0M..auto* Iron*..HD tpringt, got "'n. tu-lon point; ."' !> carrier. air. tu-Kxx blue with' white' ' : "
driver license $10 cost. hill/factory quepm.n1M5.77N Ift""e. 4,1 l cuttom
Byrdus E. ,McKenzie, no valid I Ina.cylinder...,... light blue point.' HD radiator.' ,au*.fu.l tank.gauo***. bumper plus a tot mor., ,.tripe pockoao., __ : 81 Honda'Accord J. ",}; .'9988
driver license, produced valid SALE PRICE SALE PRICE' SALE PRICE; SALE PRICE *...... ....... *. iMroo.Hiper Mo* ,or ",\," I '

license,Frederick '7,188OVER 8 988 '10,988 '.13,988;: ,- .. .. ', 8Z, Mnntt Pfek p '
Kary Padgett, improper 721. Automatic. poww ttMrlnQ.powor. fa"***,off" ,
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Willie L. McKenzie, driving while '. -, ,.' : .. 82 'Lafetma'Auromotlc ... i ............. ,
license suspended of revoked, fined! .- -- '- 'ii' .:: ,'':. '' .7. ,'".. ...... ..
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Bullock while !
Al Douglas driving I
license suspended, fined $55.25. f ;. :'82 Sierra' CJatsSc 4x4Automatic '".' :' ",, \;'" ,' ;' '" 9S6' ;(
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Don' Grady Crews, driving while nil. sal ereat,power,wtvdowtlowmlto > f.
license suspended revoked, pro 84 Cutlass Cle'ra" 84 Cutlass" .. :84' Delia.88: ;. "': {. ..; ':,:'iMSo1I'; : -'- '''''
duced valid license pay $25 cost. 84 Cutlass. ".;3473Irak. :a9-71\81'.8." /" '' ,........ "'" -, air, ralbar;IK"Mgnli i''
Randall Kirby Eland, no valid SupremeNO. No. 3974 SupremeNo. ., :.4 dr..,power olyi'leckv' 'wln' 1 .. : :s '
driver licenwe, cost$25. 35e4 Divided front Mot, oir, rimed oaf :XMI \ dewy aulw wrppenv, Vengine, '. 1( k" .,, IliA MM81ft
Henry F. Hodges Jr., failed, to. Tlnladgl"I'.haal..rod'a.. dewy color ,,coordlnoted mlrrerv'. Tinted' plo., iplll loon rally whealt ilerea,........tilrj A/C.plu! >more, 82...CiriteM Cataic : .; ?' : : : ; nl: r
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carry and exhibit driver license on demand air control .... automatic V-o anon*pto a bedytidemofdlnaA. : Vila.de." : "M ; .ntr*sharpl Almwt"' raw.98S88. WI"1 1 ..". 'I

dismissed. SALE PRICE ,. SALE PRICE *' SALE PRICE, ., .. SALE PRlC; '.,.. .. '. q.'t1: 'if: IMrecv.alriiiac.4 II3C' i

restrictions Hodges, violation, dismissed.of driver license '9,988+, 1 0 '488*' '' .hi.,' $9 981'. ,' ,I', $1'2 1'8.'f,1': f ; \ ,'. {.. i' <." ;. : :t .;2'f.'i. 'M",. 1

Walter Lee Henderson, Jr.,drivingwhile ; r.,. -.: ........ ,...., ,'" jf
license suspended revoked ... "....*." _. __ Hearing. atrv.<*,OOCr ac" ., ,"''c. _. ft-.y ,11 ,
M'' Automatic,ok,ptvino crake.anMel
dismissed.Henderson, unlawful speed, fined "The Country Store With Friendly People'CHEVQLDS : ';' 'c i1"M ,(." "i' ,'r\\ :' f ;

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James Alvin Tyler, *'. I Improper ....;:itP.f"" ;"L: ,"., ,' $10Ws' II .....r..., ". .'l' .'M'... ";
tag. $14 cost. .:;xQ,,: '" ", "''"_-'cencI.-1' ; :;.r1 o1.,.. :'. : IJ.-t ..ft._.....P.
lUchard'Edward'O'Donoghueno :301 Mtftfc. ','i Stariw, '', 'f '."<.. 4
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$25., Delano driving [ j.'. .\ .W4-7tMH) 0 14'U: ; tNtek.. UIiL
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OPPORTUNITIES 3 MI. S. on US 301
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted Tf OMC, HBO CHEVROLET LUV 174 INTERNATIONAL T I OPENING
BRADFORD IIMEROCK SALES' 7823172. r TttURSDAV'Or.enwar.
to the Bradford County SCOUT. Four wheel
T.I.graph office/ Writing and paid In IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH WHIli EARN- drives .No reasonable offer refuted lowtey. 2/23 tin .,bisque Atome
advance 'unless credit It already INO TOP DOLLAR Guaranteed weight- 964-6471, call after S p.m. 3/22 tfn FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAWTEY I* finished piece
established with thl. office loss program. Once In a lifetime opportunity 197J FORD'l BOOs V-8?,4 .p.. power steering 'taking bids on old wooden church 4 Come See U* *
THI TELEGRAPH STAFf CANNOT 81 'for better health and fantastic "\west coast mirrors, warning light, 'building. 54 feet long by 44 feet wide. I C
HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES Income, let, us show you how. new' rebuilt engine. May be teen at ''For more Information, please call
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER 4682908. 9 A.M. to9 !P.M. Itchg 4/05 Waldo City: Compound..Sealed bids accepted 782-3594 or 782-3181. 3/15 4tchg 4/09 Subscribe REALT .'
.,, THI TELEPHONE. < OWN YOUR OWN Jean.-Sport.wear.' at Waldo City Hall through April i.Gl DRYER $190; double' headboard Today!
Classified deadline I. TUESDAY Ladle Apparel Combination" Accessories 20. City retain the right to refuse any w/llght; $20: GE Washer best offer; ..
NOON. pr6r! to Thursday publication. large. Site store Notional and all bid. 3/29 4tchg 4/19 'dralt table $20, table w/chalrs, $60. PHONE 964-7776

i Minimum charge 15 words for$2,73, brands Jordoche, Chic, lee, L.vl.) 193 DATSUN P/Ut LWB. A/C, lowmileage Call/05 964-43S4. alter 6 p.m. 3/29 2tchg ,Shop & Compare I COtlA 205 V. Tempi
i hen fO cents for each word thereafter. Vanderbllt hod Gunne Sax Esprit :! 5600. '964-5663 days or Special( Insurance for ITERWILLIGAR *
Brittonlo, Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, 475-2636 night < weekends. 3/29 GOLD FRENCH PROVINCIAL SOFAi Good Stark e1N10.' ,
;,, "r Evan Plcone, Claiborne; Members On 2tchg05 condition $175.' Call 964-7152.3/29 Hn Mobile Home Park*!
ly, Bill Blass ? TWO SINGH HIDE-A-BEDS, excellent "AH types of
YARD SALE. '. Organically Grown 7 CHEVROLET P/Ui Two tone'paint, Performance Feeling
.' I \ Healthtex) 300 ethers $7,900 to, A/C auto. frans., PS, LWB. PB, .390 2 1 Condition,'$60 ea.: stereo Componentset homeowners policies for $1,000,000 View for $lo5.00Cj A truly
$2 .9OO. Inventory ''airfare, training Brl. Good tire Call 933-2474 after 5:30: record player 8-track cassette, mobile homes.
EVERY DAY Tit EVERYTHING IS CONS I records, $40. Microwave, $250 best magnlflcnef resldenve. 207 Little
fixtures, grand; opening; "etc. .Mr. pm.05 Hn or on
Call for
Highway 301, 9 mil. N. ,of Stark. Loughlin ((612)'888-6555. ,Itpd 4/05 1974 JEEP WACONEER 4WD| AT PS, PB offer; air conditioner $150 782-3202. Quote Lake/ Santa Fe. 3 BR, 3' BA. 3,000 sq. ft.

782.3202.3/29 tf n AC, AM/FM 8-trk.. CB 100.000 miles 3tfn' Olln's Mobllo built in I97f. The best of everything.
TWO FAMILY Clothes, toys furnitures COMMERCIAL Rebuilt tronsm. 2000. Delano Thomas TRACTOR-IN: FORD New back blade,
little of wery Thing. Qu..n site Hlde-A- PROPERTY;: after 6 p.m., 533.2210.3/29 4tchg 4/19 $1650. Delano Thomas after'6 'p.m., Home Salos Florida's.be,t fishing lake. Only once In'

Bed and recllner, 2 dinette,..", much RENT/LEASE 195* CHEVROLET' 3-dn. sin cylinder 333.2210.3/29 2tchg 4/05 Elaine M. ,a lifetime doe. a property to exceptional
more, Frl. ft Set 9.301-1(3.30: )( ? 250: ,$1.000 or trade,?*485.1 541,1 Itchg 4/05 TRAILER 30><8. Westmoreland Park.. Olin Agent become available
Westmoreland St. Whit. brick and. WAREHOUSE With restroom,1200 ft. I9S3 EL CAMINO$$t loaded small equi .3/20 2tpd 4/05
stucco house. Itpd 4/03.,. tq. ty. Take over 7823971. BEAUTIFUL NEW 12xM WOODEN POR .FABULOUS 2%,, AC TREASUREl Sumptleus living
ALSO payments 3/29
ft. for business,
FRI. SATi Something for everyone, Including hobby,,600 sq. good Two blocks behind 2tpd 4/03 (TABLE BUILDING. 3 ft. windows, big exciting (lifestyle.3400q.ft.;J'/i yr*.eld.Ou........
storage, etc
woodcraft folding tablet. Cor. Garden Restaurant In Starke. GOVT SURPLUS CARS $300; Trucks ;door fluorescent lighting workbench ding den ft kitchen. Beautiful stone fireplace
n., Broadway and Center Street 430 413.472BIMISCELLANEOUS 0 $10011 Now available In your area. j$1595.'! Will deliver 28 .3007 or 115000. ,""'uml.,,". tlM.OOO furnished. Mortgage
Center Street Itpd 4/09 ,Call (refundable) 1-619-969-0241 lor' ,,2840732. Green Cove Springs. 3/29 approx. 90000. A rare find Go for Itl(
BABY ITEMS ft CLOTHES OF'ALL SIZES directory to purchase.24 hrs; 3/29Stpd 4tchg 4/19 .LAKE BROOKLYN 100 sugar white send beach.
Dishes and knkk knacks.Off 230 East 4'12. SOFA EXTRA LONSt Beige w/flower Ideal for I..ur.lrvlng.' $47.000 w/mtg.t .21.....
about 1'V4 mils Look for signs Fri. ft NEW CREDIT CARD No I on. refused. 48 CADILLAC 2.&., all original. Excellent {basket designs. Brand new Also 2 tots 964.5606C .IF THE BEST HA$ ALWAYS BEEN YOUR
Sat Itchg409FURNITURE Visa/Mastercard. Call 1-619-969-0242: motor S drive train.'$1600.00. '(fitted S flat) Mortex sheet. Never u.- CHALLENGE Lovely, roomy BR.2 BA brick on 1.7
" CLOTHES. Bicycles,, for application. 24 hr. 3/29 3tpd 4/12 9648016. tpd 4/09' ted! Double bed tlze. Call, 964-5526. Ac. et Country. Club. Pale fireplace. fSS.MO.
household goods, books. Frl. ft Sat" 627 FREE'GERMAN SHEPHERD/MIXED PUP' .1974 VW BUG: looks and funs great. Ilcbfl4/03 SUNSHINE RANCHiMlnl-litote.. Now own a
N. Walnut St. Itchg 4/05 PYi'Female 4 mos old. Very oHectlopateVond 9,000 mile on rebuilt engine $1700. BOAT OR CAR SHELTER, I2'xlffx8'. Sale Florida hemeslte that' a unspoiled. SAc.Honel.o .
"OARACI SALE" Fri. ft Sat., April 6. 7, playful. All shot 'onofwormed. :764-5069 day. 479-1310 nights ftweekends. priced, 52900. CURLES CYCLES. US private
8Q0.5O0,17': color, TV; 12.:; B&W TV* Call9M-6087. 2tpd 4/12.. Itpd 4/09 301 ,S. of Starke, 9646020. Itchg 4/05 _, nearly new, rtrlek Ig mod. wk.hop ftstocked
i bedipreadt;', sheets;; towels:. hi-chalr? REWARD; .t LOST Blue-eyed female '|974' .- OMC TRUCK ,JD' No.. SIDE'' BY SIDE FROST FREE pond. On SR 11. Minute to Gelnesvllle.TO '
walk.r; car seat; carpet 20" fan; pots;' Dalmatian dog:lost at Farmers Mutual TCS34 Z501297. Bids will be accepted REFRIGERATORl Heavy Duty SEE IT IS TO LOVE Ill ,Charming nearly new
pans; dlthes; single bed; dinette able Exchange Thursday 3/27/84. Call through Friday, 4/13/84. Call 964-7830. dishwasher, mare and colt. Call brick bR. 2 BA home on I'% Ac, Near Country
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I and 4 chairs? d..k15"; tire and 964-7871 964-7019.. ltd 4/05 4/09 2tchg 4/12 964.4001.4/05 tfn dub. Great fam. rm.,fireplace scrn'd parch 1150
I wheel; 1975 FORD COURIER. 7 ml. S. NEED TRACTOR WORK DONE Have 105 1978 CHEVROLET TRUCKi ID No USED LAMPS SHEETS. PILLOWCASES: heated S.P. $ S.OOO. Assum.mtg.approx. 39672.
of Stark. on Rd. 100 on left. 1 Itpd 4/09 hp tractor,for big fobs. 1975 CAMARO. CCL248A130446. Bids will accepted :Best Wettern Motor Inn. 1290 N. Tem Ma. pay. $444. Owner offers fl... also., .
I THURS. FRIt Lots of pots pans,dishes, $700' or make offer. 964-7278 after through Friday; /13Call9 4.7830.05 pfd Ave. 964.6744..1/05 2tchg 4/12 -AT LASTI! PERFECT COMBINATION Good looking
radio stereo, metal shelves,. lamps 400.: Itpd: /C5 / 2tchg 4/13 GA$WEEDEATER $!50r 'A ton air condin 0 home and 33 fine acres. !Split,rail fence. landscaped
I window blinds, sewing machine 'Inexpensive :: 1971 GRANDVILU PONTIACl Very clean ironer, $125.964-6957. ,368 N..Cherry with magnolias o ale...) pines a
sofas.Go out 16 E. 2 miles, left LOST/FOUND good condition.. AM/FM,"'Everything, St. Itpd 4/05 dogwoods. New Hem. 1"x3*' swimming pool with.
on )10th St., then right on 12th Ave.. See power; 'AC. New tires, ,$1,000. Tilt SEARS 12 IB. THRUST TROLLING MOTOR adjoining Jocuul and spec eve decking. .
sign, 964-4234, ,tpd05 REWARD- Brawn Doberman female I ,'to wheel. 9646032. Itpd 4/09 $50; 4-Ford. 7"x6" wheels $60.' Even. METICULOUS DESIGN ft CONSTRUCTION Brand
old. Tampa-Hill.boro County tag. lost 1977 PONTIAC GRAN PRIX SJt Good con Ings 964 5832.:Itpd 4/09 new VA., FHA' ft Conv.. Terms 3 BR 2 'BA'
THREE PROM DRESSESt Size 9, used "
.In 301 N. area, 964.7406.3/29 2tchg dition.Loaded. 2000. Butch Faulkner, Half price. Call 9&48901.05 once.2tchg 'w/cethedral ,ceiling, fireplace, skylight. fan.
IIlIh JJIIJ' -LI \196-3921 days; 964.6534 evenings,, /)2SNAPPER $54.500. Excellent bale' '
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COUNTRY CLUB LIVING AT ITS BEST) Pretty view
RIDING MOWER 8 hp..electric
f GARAGEt8ALE/ Fill Dirt WANTED 'ttart, excellent condition, $750. .Call lacing 9th hole Exquisitely" furnished or unfumlih-
Hauled & Spread ottei' 6pm. 782.3886. Itpd 4/09 ed. For the plant enthusiast,your own greenhouse

'Usa Wns i'n's-US 301 S. of Starke AXLES A TIRES; Two axles and four tlr... DINETTE SET. $190} MATCHING Excellent terms A great place to stay ft play. .
,Reasonable Rates Highest price paid Green' Welding WASHER/DRYER ,$2SO Frost-free LOCATION, LOCATIONS Living at 1117 E. Call St.,
Saturday* Apill7.J-6' p.m..) Call Anytime 'Shop. 301 South Stark., FL 964-5007. ,refrlg.. $125, Coffee/end tab!., $50; will appeal.ell ef your senses even your tense of

Items Include'' girls cl thing; sizes 7-14;; 14851541Son '11M( tlnchg "J'i ,'"," :'maWe, dresser, matching night stand, value Innovative seller.
AXLES B TIRESt For mobile homes Olin't $651"wood']aofo/chalr. $85, twin bed, ,0.I. SPACIOUS GREAT ROOM KITCHEN 10 great ec<
of. household Items; assorted, Mbbll. Home Sales. Call 9645606. S40; double bed, $00N redwood picnic w/hom. Over 3,000 *o. ft. Oversized double! .

wear & aceily rWbJ if J.K} ,,-91.0. ; & Itfqn -. .1t bl./( ari/ :;;'::I$5Os0'1hlbl4" ,n. "IlW tv< I. ., Berate'e.werkshep< dose to Ud ft FSP.' :: i U.,1
,trletv' items -- -. '., am L &ifrt40r: lI'I 'fi; b ck IDEAt CITY:\IYING ON A QUIET STREET Mimosa '
.- '** FLORILAND'REALTY ..' ... .wo ,ck.rF$5O-wosh.rIOQI; fry.rm Drive..Attractive hide"$/2 with CHI A..<'." .'*' .-
In Excellent CoiutftTon? 'T' ,,;lt;;.;\ khlng Captain's beds $75: NO CAR NEEDED 3 I.. 2 BA. Lg. IR w/flreplace.

.. ,lee. Move, $100; gas stave, $85; Den, DR, Ig. utll. rm., fcHchen. Scm'd porch.
J : 4-dftiwer chest, $3Sr sire .
opt refrlg. COUNTRY BOARD ft BATTENi Deck Ben Franklin
Dan t fie AStatistic $85 solo $65. 9644284. 4/05
I -- stove, CH/A. telling foal Home ft 1 A 4.! 35500.
964-7.700 COLOR TVs $99 and Next to StarkeTruk
,. up. Astum. mtg.'$30.000..10H. $'''. mo.
: Slop south ofStark. 9648212.
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41,000 Chimney Fire lost IJ2.900-A SMALL GEM Or 1 Ac. Completely
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Land Opportunitlas.Close ... Year. $9 million damage to VerfI..P 393 .Temple;Odom/Broker-Ave.. ,RABBITS M.ng 6, For ml..301 pet South.or,.meat.468-1915. Lawrence, tfn renov. Attract. 2 .BR. t IA frame. Bx24' parch.Qwner' .

.-- : to Keystone Height Golf Course,chur'che homeowner Don't let this GRI ?'. MOBILE HOME' SUPPLIES Window BELMORE financed.:
., and schools Price. t'ang.lrom $2,950 to. happen to you.Estimate! door*,""plumbing and elec.: supplies ft PLANTATION CRYSTAL LAKE ACCESS 3 I.. 2 BA. L.. DR.'Kite
$12,500.v Call 964-0271 Extra Special also furniture. ; chen, CB on 3 Ig. cor. lott. Only $ 2.000.
BARGAIN
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AM tilt PM HOUSE mile South of Stark. -ESTATE SETTLEMENT 4 BR stucco wseparateopertmeat.n
Just Listed.. W/MUCH ROOM; 3/01 Nn'CONN
; 10ac; 20ac and More ...
1.42 Ac. $
Monday.SaturdayRlankenshlp ,, -CAPER .000.
Fenced yard, .need'some ELECTRONIC ORGAN II
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SILVER RIDGE; / Ac. lots on''hlgh, rolling\ 628 ACRES TOTAL .904 RAIFORD ROAD) Comfortable.. 3 Ig.bedrooms .
land. lots of tr.... Som. with lake view. AH cleaning but ,priced: to. ,Instrumental selections: 6 rhythm ..
2 full bothtj Enclosed scrn'dporch
13 RDAY garage
Chimney Swat ..1111-1 selection* foot pedal Selections.
with lake access. Excellent. term. Only $1 5down. fenc'd bockorel..CI bldg. Pav'd"
storage
.LAWSON Twin k.yboard organ bench. Uk. new .
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detolfs.! ," Call 964-6987 for appointment.tfn APRIL 14, 1984 tdrlv way. Nicely landscaped. $4t,900.

Just Staked... TWO,,PARAKEETJ plus cage. $35. Call 10:30 A.M. ee..tkuviNlnaa
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INDIAN LAKE WOODS: W Ac. to 2 Act ": :!.131 ,Ac.'Near- Gr.aha /64A4939.4/05. .. 2tpd 4/12 iAVMNOUTlAWtU-MTS WVINOC1ASK.M. ,W47ISSFAVIMUUINI4M.IU1
,building sites on newly paved County Rood( t. NICE QUARTERHORSS MARE 5 yrs. old. TERMS: NOVISWAHDW474MUACOOMV
Community water. Some overlooking Indian. .kwt' Green, broke but gentle good potential .20% down *.4.Mtl WAYM te44N.MAKINISOOTNN.t1r *
lake. Special terms. I ;j-soddle Included. $500. 468-2541. .19 yr. nmort w/5 yr balloon TOMMY CMAITAIH 144411..
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PARADISE VIEW KEYSTONE OAKS: ,Only a
'' 1702TRAIN LARGE QUILT Diamond pattern
,few lots left. From !% Ac. lo '.5 Ac. Close out! .J. ., .>, .. ;. w/beoutiful colon. : .' ,
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Name your terms $ISO:4682541. ttchg 4/05 20 mile couth al Orange
4 MOBILE HOME LOTS: 2V4 Ac. on paved rood, 'I I CIVIL SERVICE 'Park, FL on SR 21 Want Ads Get,, Results
From $300 down and $60 per mo. Only 7 I.ftl"! -1.24 Ac. $1.000 dn,1'ft I EXAMS i t. PIONEER 10 miles north of Keystone
Surrounded by *2V4.Ac $1,000 dn. Hslghts SR 21 ,
*29 ACRES PLUS I on
e .5 Ac': $2.000 down. No High :School; NecessaryPositlone .. ELECTRIC CO.,
development Excellent Investment opportunity .. Start AI High A*, LOOK FOR THE EARN EXTRA,MONEY '
at $40,000 cash or $45,000 term .9 ,,. Well ft Septic. $3308odn : : Trailer Pole' Special200AMP.$250 BEN CAMPEN AUCTION '
.$10:21' HOUR IIONSIIFREE..Rlolat.r Stork* t.awteyAppilcatl
*COMMERCIAL LOT ;AVAILABLE: On motor... ,", )
highway. We will finance at'10*X Interest. 'STATELY( OLDER HOME-1! ;;.e POST MECHANICS OFFICE INSPECTORS e CLERICAL .. '. delivered Anywhere for our ins arm' now b.lng''taken for"

,*GOLF COURSE LOTS:../4 to 1.S Ac. In the _f."b.autlful front porches,. beautiful KIP.."eIIlNT.IOa WMILIPMCPAniNCI i;,, In.Bradford County "WIN UP TO $5,000.00 Tlm..Unlon Morning' Paper Route. Applicant
area of the keystone Golf Course. shady lot: fruit 'tree*, i AT HOME FOB, to CASH DRAWING" '
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'.Only a few and they are: moving fast, pecan tees! and shop. < ,
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,'* GOLF CLUB DRIVE:. / Ac, sots with wide frontage $45,000. Write L Include Phone'No.:Tou ,Carpet by Fredricks] bond hove rellabl transportation and a

'on paved rood. Community water. Easy EXCEPTIONALLY NICE2BR. : I National Draining |,In-Home Shopping DEN CAMPE.fACCTIOaiEBRS. telephone. _,

walking' distance Club House.:Just. coming onthe .; I 8R, '2 'BA doublewlde ; .ins,: I : (Turf, Carpet IJVC.LIC. Coll 74-5165 ,
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mobile' home on ..1' acre, .' REAL STATS BROKER
market.'' Liberal term. i .." I '
: Screen.d'enclosed' porch ;.j ; *" :' ,.>t, : ''Vinyl, Parguet) QAINE8VIUE FL : This,, I't an Ideal; supplemental Income tor. o' ,,
padfoid til.graphtInt. f Call 473-2356 housewife retirement couple, teacher,'etc
j Jack Courtnay'Assoctates't ; 10x14 '..helt.Wa". I I l 1600432.7085 .

I $28.000. !NOW 26000. ..' Ask for Lynn -.e.o&.L FMCS EXCELLENT PROFITS .
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D.v.loperB"il ; \ imp. pasture;, fenced. 3> $'.".. .L,M091, .. Subscribe :'.$
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J ) '. NEVER PAINT AGAINI Alumhiuri): and I ONE BEDROOM TRAILERi/ Completely THUS BEDMJOM, 1% IIATH HOMB'WCHtA.

HELP WANTEDPART HELP WANTED)" vinyl siding; overhang*.'$2,80 putt foot furnished electric heat and air\ '; total ;' Fireplace' 0neI'wooden deck
1 ,." -f --, to 24-Inch overhang For estimate" ; electric, near Graham.", $55 per week. In'JIack.1$7600 down and assume 10X
HELP WANTED TIME SALES CREW MANAGER For NURSING- HOME FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR 964-8816. 3/29 2tpd 4/)5' I Phone 485-1371. Itchg 4/05 mortgage.. For more Information call
Florida Time Union CHAIN I ", SMALL TWO BEDROOM MOBILE HOME. 3/01, tin
to supervise young Person mutt be: : LINK PENCEi Installed Freeettlmatet. 964-4737 after 5:00 p.m.
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GOVERNMENT JOBS Ttieuiend* of adult Dependable transportation education or Handy-Man Fence Co. I' Furnlthed.. A/C.. Call 964-7625. Itpd FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA Hi 2
vacancies must be filled, Immediately.. needed. Apply>> at Florida Time Union,' HRS ,Standard experience for ,Nursing'-meet:,.Home Flq. Owner! Tommy Reddish 944.8559js/ 4/05 j I I' ,BE,'I BA. 29500. Any reasonable of.
$17,414 to $00.112. Call 7U-842-6000. 1605 N. Temple Avenue. Itchg 1/05 Dietary $Service Supervisor,. Send' tin, I : , 1 i MOBIL HOM -TW4t. BEDROOM ON ,}.,: will be., considered.; 964.3010' 3/08
Int. 35t2S. 2-pd'4/9-I2 IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR CERTIFIED resume and alary requirement to FLOORS'( ,SAGGING House Unlevel, GIIFFIS'LooP First mos. plus deposit.! ''tfr, 'r ,
PART-TIMI $ALES- Ar. you Interested 'In PRE-SCHOOL TEACHER Experienced ADMINISTRATOR. WHISPERING PINES Need! Foundation Repair? We can 964-8816. Itpd 4/05 REDUCED IN SARATOGA HEIGHTS;,3 BR
getting out of the house to S hour.. only Call for Interview, 964.5232. Itpd CARE CENTER. P.O.; Drawer E;,Stark., solve t your problem. ''Call for free : MOBILE HOME-YHEEE BEDROOM, 1 BAl il BA Den fireplace, stove, dryer, wet
week with Income potential) $100 or 4/05 FI,32091.4/05 2tchg 41.1211' estimate*. LaRue and Clark Home I Unfurnl.hed. CH/A. On Hwy. I6E. .''bar; total, 1750 square feet ,heated .
more per week We tell kitchen PART OR FULL TIME college itudent to P/T 55-YEARS OP AGE OK ,OLD II(I. tow Repair; ((904)( ) '284-3160/ or 284.7089.' $200/mo; $200/.. dep. ,Call 264-4727 pace.. '$36.500, 964-7552. 3/22 4tpd
gadget, textile.. !bra... cutlery .nd erve a* part-time youth worker at Income. Building 3/29 4lpd 4/19 '(Orange Park); 4/05 tfn '4/12
_kw.... Cell 912.247-4'20 for Inter First United Methodist, Church.. maintenance .Florida;and Green ground Thumb. NEED SEWING DONE? Reasonable rates, ONI BEDROOM HOUSf I CH/A. No pet, 19.7 ACRES WITH HOUSE In Stark.. ((904))
view. 2-chg 4/5-12 964-6864. Itchg 4/05 Call 9646696. EOE. Itpd 105":' Call 964.4610.1/05 2tehg 4/12 : Call 964,6931. Itchg 4/05 ,398-6522: ,, Col; | after 4:00 p.m. 3/29 4tpd
SALESPERSON Experienced, preferred MANAGER!, Pep-O Food Store "* how I WILL DO LIGHT HOUSE CLEANINGANYTIME : RELIABLE ROOMMATE to share expense 4/19' .
FOR RENT but not necettary. Clean cut high taking application. ;Apply S. Monday-Friday. Cons: \ give on home. Call 964-4229. after 6.00: p.m. 3 BR. I BA CI HOUSES New roof. Call
620
school graduot., people-oriented. Ap Walnut Street 405fn \ reference. Call 9644322. Itpd 4/05 'Itpd 4/05 '964-6722 after 4:00 p.m. 3/29 2tpd 4/05
ply In perton STARKE CHRYSLER-' BREAKFAST' DINNER COOKi.' <, ;YARD WORK MOWING HEDGE TRIMM""" LIKE NEW BR,J BACB: HOME with 2.6 BRICK VENEER HOUSE 2100 tq. H. lowdown
APARTMENT 3 BORM. near schools. and PlYMOUTH-DODGE! 9646081. 1320 N, No phone call. Apply I Ip.raon. In ING. Free estimate. With own truck. acre*. On c,rl/ft., La!>p. Starke. payment. Owner financed 10X'Int.
Garden "
hopping center. $123 per'' month. Temple Ave. Starke. Itchg 4/05 { 9648315. Itpd 4/09 $300-$325/ma.964-5445.| Itchg 4/05 473-3454: 3/29 tfn
Restaurant 800 N. .
Reference needed. Phone 4962179. WANT TO WORK AND EARN THE 4/03 T.mpl., Ave.Starke. JAZZ MOBIL HOMI $ERVICR'ANDREPAIRS. INSIDE CITY 3 BR, 2 BA. CH/A. Call for GOOD RENTAL INVESTMENTS 3 BR.1') BA.
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MONTH THAT YOU NEED TO BUY THAT THE CITY OF STARKI 'ii I' REMODELING AND ADDITIONS an appointment. 964.7071.4/03 tfn Frame,!exe. loca. Only:$14.500. ERA
MOBILE HOME Partly furnished,,2 BDRM. will accept appjkotlon LOW RENT I ft'2. elf I .
Cooking
SPECIAL SOMEONE THE GIFT THAT for the following Fully qualified and experienc rooms Tiffin' ft Owen, 96/- /05
2 BH. all electric. Shady lot. Phone YOU NEVER COULD Well now .'* POWER PLANT MECHANIC position It : ed. .Reasonable' rate*. Discount ta ciency. Utilities paid clean quiet S UNIT APT COMPLEX= Only.500.
4962842. I I-chg: the chance to do It. Come: join me and qualification: HS grad r oGED Minimum or vocational mobile home park and senior citizen carpeted. 964-7589.1 1 tchg 1/05 ;Own. fir;. avail. ERA Tiffin ft Owen.
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other Ilk. me who really lov. to dq school grad with Phone 755-5286. Emergency phone,!, 2-RooM KITCHENETTE All utllltletfurnlthed. 964-5065, Itchg 4/05
two yra.. experience -
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YARD SALE both thing In the world' No. 1 beauty in the maintenance of 9646269. Itpc1"/05' By week or daily 3 mile N. AUTO MECHANIC OARAGEl 'Only
heavy
company. For more 'Info call 964.8442 diesel or electric' generating auxiliary :BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete. sharpening of Starke on 301' Underwood' Motel. $39.900: Reported good: Income ERA
YARD SALI Sat. at Doyle Clover' 9647366.. Itchg 4/05 equipment. Or any combination, of service, circular hand Carbide, chain Itchg 4/05 Tiffin Ow.n. 9645065. Itchg 4/05
residence 1 mil. S. on 231 from Lak. TECHNICAL SALESPERSON Immediate; training and experience, Considerableknowledge mower blade hollow ground and NICI 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMEl A/C, 1800 SQ. FT, BRICK HOME on large lot. -..
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Butler 9:00.1:00'chlldr.n: cloth, full time opening for an aggrettlve' of principles end practice,. balanced. Leave at Jackson Building furnished or unfurejthed.' Convenient Over out acre 'In town.Workshop fenced
household Item, etc. 1chgINSURANCE ..,cco.. and money-motivated In operation and,maintenance pf.I.ct' Supply In Starke, Keystone. "Height or, children.to- hopping c.nt.r. No >pet or Comert, lot. Buyer Protection'Plan
technically-minded taletperion to attain tric generating equipment required. Lake Butler TFNchg 964.8810.1tchg 4/03 ERA Tiffin ft Owen 9645065. Itchg
excellency In reorganizing the National POWER PLANT OPERATOR Minimum GLASS CUT TO ORDERS Door, window, ONI, AND TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED 405LOOKS .
and International Saltt Outl.tsof etc JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY; APTSi $160 and $200/mo.'plu.' $75 tec. NEWt 3 BR. 2 BA home-In
qualifications GED:
a relocating, fast-growing high tech tional school :grad grad with or experience' or voca-In 964-6078. Order olio token In LakeButlet dep. Light and hot Water "Included, No Southgate. Approx. 1600 Sq. Ft. Land--

MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S. specialty machine building International the operation of .electric, 496-3079.' and Keystone pet*. 964-8071. Itpd 4/05' coped yard. Attum. mtg. Buyer Protection
Lak. Av.nu. Lak. Butler 496-3978. butlnet Generou remuneration control generatingand Height. 473.4973.2/26 tfn MODERN; NEWLY REDECORATED I BR Plan. ERA'' Tiffin ft Owen
Complete Insurance Service. TFN. through" bole alary, commissionand equivalent combination equipment) of ; or andexperience any FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS Apt. AC Wolfed patio,'furnished or 964-9065, Itchg'40SCOMPLETELY ,
override, bonuses and the opportunity Prefer training 144 West Call St. '.944-7303 unfurnished. 964-8601.4/03 tfn REMODELED Cathedralcell.
REAL ESTATE to Invest In for partial.ownership with considerable o.p.rlenc.doporalor knowledgeof Open. Tue*..Frl.9 tIIl:30 MOBILE HOME 2, BR 2 BA. Flo. Rm.. carport ., 2 BR, '1' BA Spacious kitchen.?:
It given. Send resume to Starke Sat.'AMt""M ". utility shed, city utilities. About App. Incl. >Buyer Protection Plan.
Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 576; distribution power plant .generation and Af'ptI. Not Always Necessary 2V4 loft. All, fenced. Phone 964-1392.! $20,000. Fin.'avail.' ERA Tiffin, ft Owen,
systems ,
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECI OP PROPERTYT Apply MiDees ,. Itpd 4/05
or call for Interview 9645278.' 1/07Hn 964-5065 Itchg 4/05
If I don't have It. I'I1 find It- Ju.t oppt. Personnel CIty| Hall, Starke 964-5027.: .. < :
Itchg 405ENGINEER EASY OWNER, FINANCING 40 Ac. will|
o.k. JANE Itchg 4/05 ",," '
496-2126 S. USHER. REALTOR.. "Your Immediate full or part-time FULL-TIME SECRETARY ot 'First'M'.Unllad\ WANT TO DRINK LAND FOR SALE tpllt. Some I i1 clear tome w/lg. trees.
or 496-2903." eve opening for an experienced creative mArs YOUR BUSINESS Good price. ERA Tiffin ft Owen,
Methodist .
Church. 8.30a.m.to '
Union Realtor. 8/04 tfn Mon.-Frl. :
County \ '
Electromechanical WANT TO STOP THAT'S OURS 4/05
( ) engineer with 5 9645065. Itchg
p.m. Salary approximately' $9,000 AC'
solid knowledge and imagineerlncj. Independent Alcoholic Anonymous TEN I LOTS facing Pleasant GroveRd. CLOSE TO STARKEl 3 BR, 2 BA. 6 Ac;
PERSONAL SERVICES capabilities for design and 4/03 depending on experience I 964-6864. 94-410 964-9434 9646894ALANON 3995. $400 down $70 a month. W/pecan trees, barn road on 3 sides ofproperty.
2tchg 4/12 ;
drafting to succeed In a fatt.growing,. ", FAMILY GROUP Call 964.5606.9/15 tfn ERA TIHIn ft Owen 964-5065.
DORMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK high tech specialty machine building '964-621 THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brooker 'ttchg 4/05
Packag. deal; well drilled water International business relocating' In the PERSONAL SERVICES .. 2/09 LStpdSl7Subscribe Rd. 2995. $300 down $55 a month. LARGE BR.,1%'BAiC/B home on *hoded -
pump., new Installation of septic area. Experience and knowledge will 964.5606.9115 tin; ,lot 'fenced backyard. 2-car'gar.
tank., drain field and lift Motion b. well compensated and the opportunity / ONI ACRE LOTS Facing Forsyth.' Rd. Close to cchool.. Lots of room for Ig.
Mobil. home pole available. All workguaranteed to invest in for partial' ownership MACHINE QUILTING Crib to. king; tlze. : $3.000. $400 ,down,: and $70 month. ('amll,. ERA, Tiffin .ft Owen.. 9645065.
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call Tommy Dorman I. given. Send resume'to Starke. Betty Hlldebrand. 9648122. 2/16 Btpd """" 9645606. 1/12 tin I Itchg 4/05
275.2151. UFN 9/1 Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 576 4/05 "' FOR RENT HANDYMAN SPECIALt For sole 3 BR, 2 'QUIET NEIGHBORHOODS 3 BR., 1V4 BA.{
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CUSTOM MAD Oraprle.. Valanc. and or call 964-5278 for interview appt. EXPERIENCED PAINTER Nept work Interior BA M/H on one acre In city of Starke. Nice yard. ,Buyer Protection plan.
Spread call 496-2219 or 4963143. for Itchg 4105 or exterior. 'F,.. eitlmatet.Reatonabla : ,, : Great location.Close In. $10,500 FIRM. 41000. ERA Tiffin ft Owen 9645065.
FREE Estimate S and W Enterprises_ FOREMAN Immediate full-time openingfor rate with ,i'il| good MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL'HOME PARK) Ph. 1-824.1317o.r 1-372.2740.K.ep try. Itchg 405KINGSLIYILAKES' .
: a creative aggressive,experienced reference Call .51n.'Jl05 tfn Mobile home ,and spaces for rent. Ing. 2/09 tin I 2/3 BR. 2 BA W/W
NETTLES TREE SERVICE Tree removal and ''
SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED 1 All Recreational' vehicle welcome. Phone 20 ACRESi Good land 3% mile N. of
double
Also tool & dye maker working foremanin carpet, CH/A. Det. garage,
firewood oak and
pruning.
pine make cleaned oiledand: adjusted. 468.2912.9/16 tfn, : Stark. 301 ft :.CR-233 (Morgan Rd.) ,
tech lot. extra '
for tale. Call Thomas Nettle[ 496-3823. a fatt-growlng relocating high large Many : By appoint.
specialty machine bldg. International $15. Work guaranteed. 'James MOBILE HOMES [FOR RENT* One mile 964.7135.2/23 tin i ment. 413.7941.4/05 Stpd 4/19 .
NEW CREDIT eerdl I Nobody refu..dlAI.o I business. Experience and knowledgewill Strickland corner Morgan Rd. and from Starke city limit Clean. Hwy. 16 '20 ACRES OF LAND FOR SALES Hampton. MUST SEE TO BELIEVE Open House

Vlta/Mattercard. Call be well compensated and opportunity Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tin, W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. $2,000 an Acre, Call' 4681949. 3/22 Weekend of April 7 ft 8. This stately old'
805-687-60OO Ext. C1136. 4-chg to invest In for partial ownership ROOFING WORK Experienced roofer CLEAN'' MOBILE HOMES' for rent. On 3tpd 4/05 two-tory house ha 7 bedroom, 3VSJ
NOTICE Faron A. Duke will no longer I I. given. Send resume to Starke Free estimates No lob'too small. Call Hwy. 16 W. Close to ,prison.' Call NEW DEVELOPMENT, Approx. VI' oc. both, large foyer living room dining
be responsible for any d.bt. made by Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 576 7823762. Lester Au.tln.3/n; 4tpd 4/12 4681323. 10/07 tfn. lot. Paved, streets, central water $100 room breakfast; room large kitchen;,
Darl.n. Duke effective. of March 28 or call 964.5278 for, Int. oppt. ,Itchg .STUDIO APARTMENTS Weekly, monthly dn. S75/mo. Owner. financed. large pantry, front and bock porch. Site
1984. 4-pd 4/5-26 4/05_ .. .r.s s. ttr.w: ; rate*.:Palm Apartment. 2314 N.,Tern- 473.3451.3/29' tin on 1 Ac,i of land with detached 2-cor
I' pie Av. 7/28 tfn IN LAWTEYi Near Starke, S'% ocres, and workshop. Concrete
FOR SALE SECRETARY Immediate full-time openIng Nettles, i i.." SPACIOUS 3 BR.2 BA home with CH/A. Strawberry Acre Subdivision. Asking driveway garage : and sldewoJks cobblestone

for an experienced executive. East Call St. Lot of storage. No.pets. $19,000. Ellen. 1-904-736-9587.. 3/29 street, .huge azalea bushes, pecan
PUPPIES AKC Sh.tland Sheepdog pup. secretary with excellent organizational Tree Call 9645827. 11/03 Hn 4tpd 4/19 tree, pear tree, and fig tree. '
pl.. (Toy Collie.) 12500. Phone mind and typing to assist and succeed, NICE ROOM with private bath. 964.6035. LOT FOR SALE West of Madison St. Baptist Located at '423 North Walnut St. .In,
496-2846. ufn 3/22 In a relocating high tech specialty ServiceTree' : 12/22tfn ", Church on Butler' Rd. Size, 126x1 10. .. !tpel4/05'
NICE MOBILI HOME 1973 Klngcwood machine building, international'buelness. removal .' \" BRIGHT,, SUNNY ROOM with' bath Op. Paving city 'water, and sewer

K 60 2 BDRM 1 bath. Center Kitchen Remuneration Send common'wrote resume'' Also pruning, demotslng-! t!f\". I polite Starke Port Office. Ask for Mr*. ; available. ,$4,000.49..2554.3i29' 2tpd 3 1.2IAvA.fHAf' '
Window A/C. Nice Furniture, 5500.00 with experience t.y -, ,'.. FIREWOOD .:, ,Lyont Mutt.tee-to appreciate AHorUoble -, 4/05. """!!a\'t"'bIOMI.\! .
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Powells.1 496.3377.1--pd ., :r to,Storke Chamber Commerce, P.O. t ', ,::9 ";'Oak*Pine dte*., '' ( M I 5 AC.. 7\t..Y..C; f .. 4M 2V f/"'f 3/L ih Ip! .Area ,
'' and ladles call 964-3278 for Interview Wood6nd ,,;:; [
CLOTHING Men' shirt Box 576 or eFr.. EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS'Furnished pa." (, ) :241L2 43 "Close to School. r $54(00 I
drestet, blouse, skirts, pant, *hoe.. appt. Itchg 4/05 Delivery'Licensed with utilities, Suitable for'one person. 2498809. Itchg 4/05 |CH STAIN CONSTRUCTION:
2 for $1 tale. Saturday. April 7. Thrift DO YOU WANT TO MAKE IOO/WK EX. ft Insured No children, no pet, please., 9645464. 1 20 ACRES OF LAND 40000.. V4 block 964-431 '
tore at 23 North and Wet 90 In Macclenny. TRAT" Call Allegro McRae. 9646929. Quality WorkThomas 3/01 tfn- i Wet of N-301 on C-233 (Morgan Rd.). All Cet
doting
4/3 Tiara Exclutlvet, Early American gift. D. Nettles Isommoi Paid J
1cSp. FOR RENTS like new 3 BR, 1 BA CB 1 944-7135.,4/05 4tpd! 4/26
SWIMMING POOL 4x12 pool with filter In gla... 4/05 4tchg 4/26 Own.r 96.3123"t with 2.6''acr.,. On Grlffi loop,Stark. ,
etc. need lining $40.00 496-3539. 9645445. Itpd 4/05 ,
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/ RIDING LAWN.MOWER. $350; Matching I J .. ...................:.....Is4, Subscribe / We Guarantee
freezer
$300 $150
wother/dryer ; ; ; SISTER SOPHIE 7 .
Queen-tize bedrm suite w/poster bed J : FILL DIRT : ,-

dretter/hutcti mirror, cheat, nightstand Spiritual e Palmist Reader Adviser t Sand& Lam.rock Well ng'r. \ RESULTS
all solid wood cost over $1500 prlll f304-2 oe.' well teptic,
new. Now $550; Sealey double bed used Subscribe Business 782.3202 : '' \ Plumbing Repair I elec. fencepottt In.

6 mo*., $125; wood table w/4 TodayINCOME / e Minlig* Hwy 301' N between ,,468-1.55' I ,! submersible pymp." lowdown On Want Ads !
e StekMisM .
chair, matching hutch exc. cond., w/termt.. '
$400 Amer. solo' Iqveseat l nlal H*situ Starke and.Lawtey! State Licensed Hampton' oc,larm.tle I .2 BR I : ,
; Early ., .iFai+rtwl +ress........rt'M4'x9rlE.+lff1t4NN. It.+F 13161; I 1 II
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chair $275; washer, $125; dryer $100; < -- .. M home, 120 pecan tree*.
;,frig., $150. 752.5259. Providence. .' i 11-- 1% mile toilowij; ;, I
MeklleHeme: I 3320 BRm J,1BA) block ** : 1/:
TAX : LONGCH MPHOMI: -= \I f home In town;, furnished _
walk everywhere, 1chdinlink I II
I ,f.neod.i Can expand ,

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: Brama Restaurant 964.6056 __ "3 Bedroom Brick Veneer! Horn* I ', .:

8:00 AM to 2:30 PM = -I'Bath, ; ,CHI A; Carport; :,Utility Room ._: :

Evenings: 9646684SPECIAL ir Carping.- 'On Your' : Lot '
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From '150M to '297" 1I :' .S Dlff.r.nt Plan of Financing. '. : REALTY ; =:;..-:: : .

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496-2126 or 496-2903 '( ., '. '$3 ,sYoy Poy for ,

St. Lak Butler ,'" r,. Accepting, Applications ;.f FJrM,.W.*4c-(-jAV1iRun, M&( ,

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10.20 Acres between Lak. Butler and Gainesville, Owner financing,.part,' wooded,!: I'l I I fp ,.OffOf'I sines,t t Ice elitsnoe e*eny time efter'.

LARGE ACXS TIACTS.... ". ,;, ,, I I"" ,,' i ,Mey 1 4<9"4, $..hurry. *4 fe.yaw ed In... .

180 Acre farm on SR 237. t4 mile river ;frontage; and,*,,' .2.000 ft. road frontage. Wood-cropland,I .* 1 hay. 'Localed'anbeautiful ',," FEATJllES i. I i,. The *eeneii PM ..AIM eAertMng, the..:
country road. Great hunting : 1' ," I : leenefj we ten get t* f pHIve re*whs 1'42Z5 ; '
Ideal location for development.. Would make beautiful horse farm.
350 / Pasture and planted pine
100 Acre\" *farm, house, barn fenced.. Cros-fanced and pond. All pasture.. Owner financed; J' .:Central' Meat; & Ar! ,. Private Ratios( .(one J-'t), ;' :' I

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Beautiful (large home'on on. are with pool;..Priced.. right. MUST'SEt. Very roomy-! !Ideal for entertaining.' EXECUTIVE 4f Matching Stove Hood "" free Water, S we",& Trash Sir. \. ,. .,. .I

Bedroom TYPE CB HOME.home Call Near for hospital.appointment Cent.to H/A, carpet dishwasher !with, extra lot available.i :''laundry: Facjlltie! *; I
i FmHA House. available In lake But I.,.. Call for appointment- .,.. ,, :. .. : PrQfessi brNnl M1arlagimbn'1.I, : I I II v\\,. ;: ;
decorated Wide' and out on 1 acre 3 Bedroom 1% bath home/ with additional .frame building for hobby j .r, ,
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I- Keystone Heights Ads _U I FOR SALE LAND. FOR SALEIN HELP WANTEDA -
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.. IWi TRUCK TOPPERS Insulated In great BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS OP N.C.tLake
that other
condition,,$250. Call 473-7824. 4/5.12 lure, .83 acre,wooded.Will trade Career professional peopleenvy -
NOTICE > 2tpd value. sell for $1,9001 that does not require year
equal << or outright
MISCELLANEOUS :..v,\ .. ,FOR RENT'J, ; ., ,'.' : t. SHALLOW AND DEEP WEIL,pUWlPSiJPVCpipe ) ,, ,and take up paYMentIf/! *], / / .'at .. and' ye( r.of format education,.that' doe
CLABSIFIEiADYIRTMINOj. gol r b.sub. + '; .ii. ; l. //)1, and fitting Water's6fteners, II' 'percent 'Intore r;.Coir-Don at no*require year of work on h"bottom
milled tq t"-". '-ok.jugio Monitor of- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Cloied KEYSTONE HEIGHTS \ Keystone Hgt., "4732356. 3/29-4/19 4tchg of the ladder before advancement
tie. In. writing end pold In advance, meeting Monday 8 p.m. Op.nmo.tlngo REALTY REALTOR 473.40061/9 tfnchga .. begin., that doe not require on Investment
unless credit Ie I a1reactv ..tabll.hed Friday 8 p.m. Alanon, Mon. Rental Property Available k '.3'AT PACK RAT BUY SILLi TRADE: ef capital
with this oHle.. day 8 p.m. Alt mooting at Educational ZONED COMMERCIALS On HWY 21 In Located 2 blk. n. of rod light, HWY 21. HELP WANTED A Career that provide'the' Slate amt
MONITOR STAFF CANNOT .1. HELD Building Community Church 473-2790 Keystone, 3BR, IBoth home $400/mo. :l OPEN W.d.-Sot. 9.6, ,Featuring the Mode of Llvm0 that you bow always
RESPONSIBLE FOil MISTAKES IN' or 475.2130. 1/3 tfnchg COMMERCIAL. VACANT PROPERTY Ofh"j d( GloMware, old (ewelry, household BARBER STYLIST wanted. Call 473-4SS2 'wonted and coufdn't afford: '
ClASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER OVEREATER ANONYMOUS No d"..; HWY 26 and latchstrlng Road In I 4 goodi, china, furniture: mlteel. Item. after 6 p.m. 3/22 tfnchg Meet me(or lunch. 11 ".... to I p. nk
THE TELEPHONE foe or weigh Ins. Open meeting Melrose For more Info. call: .J: 3.2183,3115 tfnchg APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED for full time Thursday, April 13, ot HoUdoy ......
Close fi.d deodllne I. Tuoidoy noon Tuocay', 7:30 p.m. Community Church KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY ,;, SECTIONAL PIT GROUP'9'piece, $100. employment. Experienced lawn mower University. Cent. "*, 12M Unlvenlty AvJ.Golneiville. .
. prior to Thursday publication. Height Educational" Building Keystone Realtor,473-4M1 ri! Call 473-3609. 3/29,4/5 2lchg and chain sow repairman needed and .. Ak for Rut Nic..tlo: 4/05
Minimum charge It 13 word for 473.2790.1/5 tfnchg 2/16 tlnchg '
$2.75. part knowledge preferred. Apply* In tthg'4/12.' :
then 10 cent for each word thereafter. MNGOiAMERICAN LEGION HAlLPo.t I'?' HOUSES .\I'J'/io'' I.1 r .
FOR SALE at Bryan's Ac. Hardware
302 SR-31 north Keystone Height 1BR FURNISHED TRAILER In Keystone 'l<\i.. person l'u' ,,\' :
"" Sat 7 p.m.:' Sun., 2-3 p.m.; Mon. area, $125/mo. Call 4737057. 4/3-13 Jj.2IChO I Keystone Hgts., Palmetto' and. ,. j '
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PERSONAL FOR 4/5 < .,
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I SERVICES percentage gamoi,7-10 p.m. Public Invited. }.. OH TRADE FOR ACREAGIi Nightingale tfnchg ; .\
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3/29 tfnchg ON BIG tAKE BROOKlYNi JBRieortoo-. .4l'$300mo..Call Proforrably In Clay County V3BR, 2Bath SubscrlbeTaday
1 I YARD MOWING look now for .ummor "" 473.3334 or 1-382-1727.: ., f Call brick hors In GAINESVILLE. 64900. A JOB NO 11'A POSITION NO Z.UCEREGION. MONITOR
Call 4737824. 4/3-26 YARD SALE 3/ltfnchg',, : BY OWNERi 373-1323. 3/150"" 4tpd WHAT EVERYBODY REALLY WANTS ISf 413.2210Rooms:
, 4 onthahead. 3BR 2BATH
OFFICE AT SUSY'CORNER facing Flam. In attractive homo A Career hat, offer High Income, I
: CARPENTER WORKS ltenlOd.llng'c.' SAT.. APR. 7t From 94. Cardinal Drive, Ingo St but can bo seen from SR-100' '. large nice utlllty/wachroom neighborhood. ,BRAND 4 Inch NEW.well Challenge, Excitement, and Advancement
kltch.n cabinet* and trim carpentry. oft Pecan Street across from Key.ton.Elomtory 'and SR-21 intersection: Prime location. \ attic itorago. Excellent Opportunity
Reasonable price. Call 473.<4011 after School 4/3 Itchg Call 4133411.15 tfnchg d $52,000. 473-3511 appreciationvalue A Career with Company that'been In
5:30 p.m.. 1/3 tfnchg FOUR FAMILVi Sat..Apr. 7, Fairway St.9, 2BR, 2BATH UNFURNISHED! HOUSli Ont\,,,;';.' ./5-122tchg or 475-1507. business Vi of a century; has million In *
CAIMT AND VINYL repair and Ins a.m.....till. Furniture, Bicycle, fish Lake Geneva. Fenced yard with utility '\,; asset* and I Is In the proces of launching
foliation. Fro* .itlmat*, Tori year aquarium toy, and mlicollanoout. shed, CH/AC. Available Fob: !u15.II.\ the greatest expansion program In Ito To Rent
$425/mo; and damage' deposit S423.: ',' MOBILE HOMES *
experience. Call 473 4217 and ak for Everything must go, If rain cancelled.; .: history
Craig. 1/3 HnchHANDYMANs .." "pd Call Patty. Shockloford 1-268-6493; oi. ':' FOR SALE'', A Career with a Company that value "Week// *Monthly/ /
All kinds of horn repair. 1-725.4646.212 tfnchg It* employee* to the fullest with fringe
mobllehome repair. and fix-up need. CARS. TRUCKS OATORBONI LAKE COTTACIt On ,. NEW MOBILIHOMIt wooded 2BR benefit galore.a completeHospltallzatlon "'Or By the NIght'
No |lob too mall. Minor acreage at Rt. I, Box 346 Keystone.$300mo. area
" plumbing IVt bath. CH/alr, Deluxe, spacious In and Life Croup Program Located by
repairs. Cleaning lervlce. light haul. ft BOATS wI'* and lat. 2243929.3lS494tpd tenor Many extra, lake accet. for-the entire famlly.,.Slck leave, which Starke Post Office
ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. : ?''i t. $24.900. Owner .
1/12 GENEVA LAKE ESTATES Distinctive ,finance liberal term provide Income while the Employee I I. Reasonable RatsMagnolia
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CARPENTRY/MASONRY well 9'Vt clean, 2BR, 2Bath homo. Kitchen and
addition., remodeling homo WORKS, and Patio rile, Evlnrudo trolling motor and stainless laundry appliance Garage, ,':., Program to provide luxurious living Hotel!
work, Fro etlmate. 473-4473 before toot' trailer $795. 473-3887. 3/15 Call 752306.5 tfnchg $500/mooy'! In the later years .
5 p.m. 4/3 tfnchg. 1974 OLDS Mi $1.100.: Call 4737037. M.. ___ 1 ..
ACTION LAWN SERVKti Hedging edge 3/29-4/3 2tchg BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ".. ........... ...r... ""'-
.lag. mowing, and raking.Call for free 1t71 CIS 4 W/0 JEiPr Excellent condition SATELLITE ANTENNA .v'5 .1 Ii)oH.(eve.BfOad
estimate. t-3.2278.4/5 Itchg 473.7186.4/5 Itchg. dealerships available, No FENCING
: 964-4956
PRESCHOOL CHILD CARES In my homo. oxporlonco required. Chain Link-Wood TREE SERVICE : i.a4
Clean friendly environment. $33 per LOSTFOUNDFOUND Dealer cot for complete Removal
week. 6 am.6 p.m. For further Information unit allow! 'a. "'19. Retail .LowettRoteil. I jtt* l

call 475-1565./5012. ..' 2tchg. GIRLS PURSIi Near I Keystone, $1395, CALL D"'Y.OR. .F.m.Call47S-2M1 Trimming i J .. -
Realty on Lawrence Blvd. In Keystone. NIGHT (303) S744W.Norman Stump Removal) CARDS & GIFTS
Como by Monitor office and
give I Free EstimateS. ;
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dlicrlptlon. 4/3' /. Those gloomy days are over
MELROSE 1"' Flrewdod Spring flowers ready to pop
Subscribe MISS DIXIE DARLIN' r VACUUM Contracting Accounting. &Tax 473-4732 GardensbasketseverywhereHere
Today/ PAGE ANTS.-fiB.., III( ,h.' Roof Rpalr' S.rvlc. in the Flower Shop
I After 8P.M.Keystone .
South ...ceming to your aroa *o nlRecognised SALE ft Cleaning Next to'ro.t Office I Order Easter Flowers Early.
4 Certified by the State of Heights ; Hwy 100 South Owner
Lake Butler 473-2199 30 -Christine: ft Merrell Dee
Call Vicfcl'.: PI*. Beauty?, Modeling Talent I I NEW & USED CaU473-7824 luLl' I C.B.I.OCK. ; George yr', Mosses Exp licensed* Insured j.i.iI j "Next to Plnehurst Grocery D.'Qner.' Barbolo Gloria
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473-2210 HOOVERS of Avenue South &: Forsyth Road

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I Home Division, is ,always I one of the. t' busiest 'at the Bradford County'I Fair: I


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:r7 yean and canning for another 10. tratch and tried to get everythinggood County Fair. I) Edna Norton. ,
This year her canned pears won her Into it I could without the "My son kept trying to talk me into '
the Beat Overall In the Canning Dlvi- kT-i'iikL sweets." entering pie so I finally did," ,,:, r-wirrs
lion at the Bradford County Fair Her hustr and must have liked the Griffis said.. 'I had no'Idea that I Mrrl.st:i)Edna Norton. .
"I haven't entered the fair in over diabetic fruitcake because they would win anything, let alone this. Pent If Joy faulknor..2)) Edna Norton,
10 years," Faulkner said. "This is exciting awarded her the Best Overall Prize in I'm going to have to listen to my son ,3),) Janet Flyth. : ,
to win a prize like this after aU the Foods Division for her creation. more often." Peacheit I 1)) Edna Nortony '
t tI that time." Mrs. Norton is a native of Bradford' !i I' "Plan' 1))Edna Norton.2)) Jane Flyth., 3)) .
wPa County and works for the Bradford CANNED PRODUCTS ,Viola Anderson. ", !\
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Hospital. VtGtTASlESami .', ,
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dition right before the last holidaysand \t been pecan pie. .> Corm 1)Janet Flyth. :- *r I Ij'
I Just hated to see him miss"out on This year she entered "for the first TomatoMi 1)) Viola Anderson, 2)) Edna : ,( page-14 .
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Woodburnlngl. Peggie Wild, whit. I" ,...
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Baskets. (Weavlngi) Dorothy Harris.: ,
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Miscellaneous-lamp Shad. Peggie 78
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P.J. Lidded red, Charleen Wright whit. .' Paper Towels'In assorted Vet e
Ceramic Gloz.d-Margi. Peugh. blu.; colors and prints.Each tough 'J
white.Russian Charl..n. Wright rod Peggie Wilds, sheet Is two-ply for super ab-

Needlepunchs Wanda Chap sorbency. Lets you cleanup h.
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Bonnie Benson whit.; (Jr.) Ginger Herndon IGxoo I
Jill Strickland red. : -
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Darlene Seay r.d.Misc.llen.oust I \ The Igloo Little Playmate Ice Chest Is great
(Jr.) Bonnie Benson b for picnics or traveling Holds up to nine 12
Leslie Trowel), blu.: Jill Strickland red; z oz.cans.ToughdurobieplasticexteriorwithX 8 48
Susan Peugh Tommy Balkcom Sam Norris -
John Reichert, white.HORTICULTURE. z foam Insulation to keep your drinks' cold a .
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Pcugh Susan Crawford, whit., (Sr.) P.n. I
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Flowering Heuseplantt (Jr.jlll' ,
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leather Craft MISCELLANEOUS(Jr.) Bryan King red; .u%
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Howard Lori Mosley' red, Jill Strickland 7tw .
Ginger Herndon John Reichert Tonya txr 'e' y q '.1r' INn/le ',
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Dale Pendarvls. Tommy Tatum, white.Woodworking .
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(Jr..Derrlcfc: Dowdy, Brian Redding blue; 'L, ., Re .
Matt Barber, Jason Howard Ricky 2.4 pkg. bag
Withart Ron Wlshort Becky Poore red; r now on Brute or Bruiser Lawn Delicious M&M's or Mars Candles. ; "

Lori Reichert.Mosley Jill Strickland Tommy, whit.Balkcom, John and Leaf Bags. Extra tough bags. Milky Way Snickers. 3 Musketeers or '

Prefect of Merit (Sr.) Connie Guynn I hold 6 bushels. 12 bags and ties. M&M's Plain! or Peanut. 1 lb. bag. .
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!I All the hospitality that could be troduction of Sen. Grant, saying the hot water to make It finger- iII"" >:" "" .,."'I' h,, +,
",' II stuffed into one evening's eating and "Who's that? What'd you say about lickinggood.Early .1.. "....3
-,' folksy entertainment took( place my aunt?" arrivers were treated to "
Saturday night at Sheriff John And, Gunter, himself being toutedas music by the Country Gentlemen
I Whltehead's ranch. the next governor of Florida, sang{ ftom Tallahassee. They playedfamiliar
Ii The Union the praises of Sen. Grant in a brief country songs and coaxed ; f+,tl u ,
County sheriff hosted
another barbecue this talk with definite political overtones. (cloggers and square dancers to strut Svyq
:' I of State Senator Bill for Grant supporters Local dignitaries from Bradfordand their steps to the delight of the crowd.A .
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I D-Madiaen. Officially, it was termed'an what looked to be the first unofficial square-dancing troup Suwannee
": ''I appreciation dinner by Sen. Grant. political rally'' of the election River Cloggers from White Springs t
I But politics was in the air as Sen. season. That Included Circuit Court showed the, high-stepping form Thaiwon
Grant made the rounds, shaking the Judges John J Crews and R.A. "Buz- them the state championship. ? :
,I. I hands of all comers, zy"Green,and Sheriff Dolph Reddish All in all, it was, the usual back- rY'
t: About 500 persona turned out for the Lawtey native Louie L. Wain- slapping good time that usually sur fi s ?
I? affair held on Whitehead's ranch east wright, director of the state prison rounds these events that can best be
'I of Lake Butler system,was also on hand greeting old likened to-. a family reunion;or old- s+ s
I, friends and enjoying the chicken bog fashioned "dinner on the grounds"type ? ,
I Master of Ceremonies Carroll ,and corn feast. event. t,
I Lamb of the Florida p'.lcr, i
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I Association introduced Grant and chickens for the'grrillll plusaanother SO Lots of folks who haven't seen each : r tip,' r ,1?
; State Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner hens and 100 pounds of rice for the other for awhile catch up on what's ti3
R Ii Bill Gunter to the group. chicken bog. going. on and who's! doing what. h i eilF 1h SI '':i, i t T,
;\ Lamb sang a takeoff of "I Love Corn for the occasion was trucked It's one of those where
:: You Truly" to Sen. and Mrs.'Grant. from Belle Glade fields where yellow the smiles roll easily off happy faces 4' .
A jokster from the Suwannee River ,corn is ready for,the boiling pots. The stuffing down chicken or getting but r
( Clogged smart-mouthed another In- 2,400 ears came crated and readY for ter and corn all over themselves. ,

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A truck: load of yellow com was gobbled at the commissioner Vernon SIlcox. In photo at left, were two-,
s Grant tried to around to everybody at the up par-
Sen. Bill Grant D-Madlson, talks with Starke city *n. get par
ty hosted by Sen. Bill Grant-Bill Alderman of Hampton ear men. Some folks did without Bar-B-Q chicken or'gets
"roasted" little, to, and Joked
commissioner Vernon SIlcox at the appreciation banty;The senator wa a sung
chicken and rice pilau, and just stuck with the corn
an ear. The corn was boiled In the shuck, lathered
about, all the of honoring Grant and girding him
Whitehead's beautiful name
cuet at Union County Sheriff John with butter, and served,, piping hot.,Some like Starke trucked up from Belle Glade.
for his battler
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Brend/Butten 1)Morfao Whittle,2)) Edna 3)) Betty Hlldebrand.fSwV"J"Mlvc.t It.-f;: ;;''I JIPlg; *. I) Edr a>lorton.' ,., 'i ': V.StrawbrrleV '9-i9'b (3)) limml.Maayi', '' Ittw.h'U.S I titer' ..,. *.> ,t'INi" n.;Cakes Decorated.! ,|) Ollle Mae Cannon .
Norton.-3)) Barbara Roes 4*>*>>.-\.v ..' !\ 1)) Beverly Bryan* <) Edna. Norton. .. .,'. 2)) Mary "J .'" \ ,. Stan Starling-winn.r of ov.rolfumraw
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Frick."I'r":\ ( *: ,PRESERVES'l'! ) (2) Flylhe.i: : .; f: Chlckeni' 1) Betty ': ; King mary
1)) Marbo Whittle, 2)) Betty Pear*!,1)) Betty Hlldebrand) Edna Nor-, ='I j JELLIES It _k '' Green.
Hlldebrond. 3) Edna Sander : ( r : BAKED PRODUCTS" Cookie 1)) Jan Norton 2)) A.G. Morton.
Vegetable 1)) Edna .Norton. 2)) Mary onPtg.r 1)) Edna Sond.rsi| Berrleit 1) ,Edna Sander., 2))*' Llmmle' Misc.ilan..es,1)! ) llmmle Mellct). Candy 1)) Camllle Whltoker. .
) Strawberrle 1) Camllle Whltaker, 2) Mosey 3)) Edna Norton. ;:Cv (Q Specialty Bread 1)) ;Janet Flythe. Pint' 1) Alice Water, 2)) LII Grill
p.nt'P. ',Vicky Rosier < Peaches,1))''Janet Flyth. Yeait Bread. ft Roller I 1)) CamllleWhltaker. Mot Unusual U.. of Strawberrle-In
Mbct p 1)) Edna Norton. 'Mltci 1) Edna Norton. Grapei n Edna Sander ?,,,, Baked Product (with recipe)). 1)) Florence
Strawberrle 1)) Mary Green. ;lj; r Specialty! Cakeii 1)) Edna Norton 2)) Jan Roud, strawberry rhubarb 2)) Virginia'
RELISHES JAMS j', Mlici |) Edna Norton. 2)) Edna Sander.I Norton 3)) Pam Tlion. Crewi. Strawberry on a Cloud Cak., 3))
Cucumber ,1)) ,Edna Norton,, 2)) Betty ...rl... 1)) llmmle Mosey" 2))','Vicky. ,. HONEY ft SYRUPS tiya '..rs I IHon.y. Cake, Iced<<; but not decorated Ij] Bran- Edna Norton Strawberry Nut .BrlOd.Brownl..1) .
Roller 3)) Beverly Bryan. w'< do Grllll Youth Bonnie 'Durban. ) Marbo'Whlttl.
Hlldebrand. I) Martha Todd. '.. ( ) 2)) Edna Norton

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h-om.pag f ,Sweeter (Men-Wamani 1) Judy DuHy ,
,' ,Mlncellaneoui. 1)) Judy DuffI /,5' ',,' r' t.(, A"J'/Lighthouse .
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Drei*., ChlSdi 1)).Vldey Roller, 2)) Julie ..J"1" 01' ( .IM">li I) Cherl Brook ; V y Seafood Restaurant
Thlgpen 3) Myrtle Shaw Fabric 1)) Mr*. G.R Whltaker. .
Jhewti 1) Judy Duffy, 'Quilted-Hend Stltched ))i tours / 'I "
Sweater (Mea.Wemant, Julie Dougherty. 2)) Bernadlne .
1) Early;3) Betty'
Thlgpen'2)) Bonnie I King.._ Nlldekrand: Bernlce Huggln. i 1.v YI U.S. 301 South (Across from Bradford Square) .
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T.biaclorhi1)' ) lavada P.eatt. 2)) Qull..ctM.chln.Io.ct./ .. 1)J Betty ,
JoAnne Fill, 3)) Amy WilliamMiscellaneous .,>, 'I' Hlldebrond, \
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