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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
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wi to pursue a parallel Inter. least expensive operation will be the to compete on the free market, at-

: : connection with Florida Power & parallel tie with FPL. Some of the torney Jablon says, which means get
: Light, a $2.5 million expenditure, was cost of the interconnection can be ting the interconnection and being

given Tuesday night March 17, to a recovered from power the city can able to purchase power from FPL. the

Washington. D.C. attorney, whose sell to the statewide power grid, they fifth largest utility in.the country.

r firm litigates with the giant utility, by said.More Ideally, the city should he buying
:
the Starke city council. costs be
may defrayed by a from
power the grid and selling its excess
< FPL initiated the action by notify gas suit settlement in the offing and power back to the grid, till the
ing the city.of Starke that it will cut by damages paid by FPL in antitrust while balancing its purchases and

/a' the amount of electricity it sells the litigation now under way between sales to get power at the cheapest

city by 486 kilowatts hours per month, about FPL and a host of Florida cities in possible price with the entire state
or about 10 percent. It's enough, the same shape as Starke.
however,so that Utility Director Merrill The city of Starke should be allowedA
'e r J Dees is doubtful the power plant
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1> r plus FPL could handle the city's load

during the heavy use this summer. Board to Tour Schools
Right now the city just buys elec.

Treat for the Strawberry Queen. +{. tricity parallel from FPL.A Interconnection. with I

Strawberry Queen Bobbin Stephens had never been In a varieties of berries. Bobbin lint'tried a Douglas, a..cfslrawherry FPL would allow current to flow both

patch before, so County Agent Bobby Taylor _thought It delicious. Next she tried a Florida Bell, findinggot ways, to Starke and from Starke to To Plan Constructionabout
her to eat. as an unprejudiced taster, the different It less tasty.The Sequoia got her. vote as the best,with the the statewide power grid to which

Douglas Just a shade behind., FPL is connected. Such a tie with
FPL would allow the city to purchase tour of schools will begin at 10 $31,000, Casey said, but before

power from the cheapest source,from a.m. next Wednesday,March, from bids can be asked the school board
the school administration building for must declare the buidling surplus I pro
any producer, such as Gainesville
or
Strawberries to Hit in V olutneNext, Week ;;Jacksonville, who has excess power the school board, before any decisionswill perty.The
Hampton enlargement
struction on the project priority list. Basically)
It's an ideal spring for strawberry growers... cool but California plants, are the major experiments away from statewide Starke could buy electricity off the Supt.Tom program.Casey recommended it includes a new cafeteria, adjacent
and sell
not freezing weather that allows plants to develop and the Sequoia this year. The Douglas retains much of the rent to the grid grid system when it, has cur- Monday night March 16, that the to the present building, which would
fruit to ,'size up" before it ripens' taste of the Sequoia but is firmer and should ship better. excess. board raze old A-building at Bradford then free classroom space in the
Robert Jablon
Attorney A. of the
Sandra Lloyd Griffis, north of Lawtey, expected to pick 25-30 High, carry out the enlargement of school where a classroom is taken up
"We've Rot the best prospects in years says flats law firm of Spiegel & McDiarmid of

Norman of the 18 acres she and husband L.M. (Buddy) Morris Wednesday.Carter'Jr., picked 30 flats Tuesday from five Washington, 'D.C., and engineers Hampton Elementary, and build 12-13 for takes the cafeteria.half classroom The !library and wouldbe also
portables classrooms- for Starke up a
Norman are growing on SR-22S in the Lawtey area. Plantsare acres of Sequoias.. Howard W. Sims and Steven Stein

large,healthy, and able to carry a load of large fruit. There are the usual 125 acres of berries In the county,; from the firm of R.W Beck and Elementary, and 8 ,for 3 for BHS.Southside Casey Elementary said the- Board enlarged.members also want to look at

.."They're gonna hit next week said County Agent Bobby the same familiar names of Carter, .Griffis, Norman, .,' Associates of Orlando spent four school district (county) is due for more efficient utilization of present

Taylor aa he surveyed the Norman and Leon Starling Luther Hilliard, Edwin Starling plus a number otgrowefS'\. ,.,'''hours explaining the problem to. the some! $$250,000. state construction classroom space before borrowing
" -"'.-- "* -" :icy council Tuesday night. -
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" fields 1'UesdJIY-.1\Gf"OWe&'II had; their first-"good' \ ;\,:'.J with small patches..,. > > monies for the HE remodeling and monies for .more buildings Board
scrapping"T i and Wednesday this we t.They'll be; Growers will have $3 per flat In the berries in the field Operating isolated<<: as it is now, enlargement, and recommended bor- member J.T. Parrish a&ked: Supt
picking fairly heavily next week,if it doesn't turn too cold. and it will cost $2.50 more per flat to get them picked, _power costs in Starke will go up over
Growers were tense Monday night, afraid it would Taylor said. the next nine years, the engineers told rowing locally some $187,000 on a (See School Toill... l'She .HI
4-year payback to build the portables.
freeze and damage bloom. Berries already set were safe. But the county agent was as enthusiastic as he's ever the council, because there are certain
Although some ice was seen Tuesday morning,damage to been for a good) strawberry season. If the cool weather improvements that will have to be School board members want to touras

bloom was little or none at all.The cold could lead to some holds, and the berries don't ripen too fast,growers will be made at the plant. Also, the city has a a group before making any deci- gown!: (Trier!:
mishapen berries four or five weeks from now,the county able to pick marketable berries the rest of March, April. favorable natural gas rate via con- sion on the superintendent's recom- !: .
agent said. and into May. tract negotiated through 1985, but oil mendations. Board member Rodney

Leon Starling said he would picked over 50 flats Wednesday There will be plenty of berries for the Bradford Countyfair and gas is expected to increase in Hall suggested the tour and the other

from Wt acres of Sequoias and Florida Belles. Starl to run April 14. Taylor is lining up growers to bring price in the future.In board members quickly took him up P- .

ing's Belles are loaded with bloom and green fruit. Star their best fruit to the fair each night to be auctioned off.. the long run, both the attorneyand on the idea.A 1'1'I ..
ing's Belles and Buddy Norman's Douglas variety, both One flat brought $50 last year. electrical engineers'said, the building can be dismantled for / :"e. r

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savings of more than a .,' soon as practical. "With the rising ..
$100,000 annually in the operation of cost of energy and personnel, a more A

Bradford County Hospital were energy-efficient structure, designedfor _
outlined In a management proposal efficient use of space and traffic

submitted Monday night by Alachua flow will reap many future benefits," JHURDAYMARCHI9SALAD

General Hospital at a special meetingof t the proposal said. LUNCHEON
the BCH Board of Trustees. AGH proposed financing a new United Methodist Women

65-bed hospital at an estimated cost of 11 a.m.1p.m.Donations$2.00.
from three
Proposals competing $7,909,000\ financed by tax exempt,
management teams were heard by r h ,
first mortgage hospital bonds backedby Church
some 100 interested First United Methodist
spectators filling
Alachua General Inc.
Hospital,
Fellowship Hall
the circuit
courtroom of the Bradford
which is A-rated
Courthouse financially. In addi- Take Outs Available
County Methodist
as tion, the proposal said the AGH
Hospital Foundation Inc., current board of trustees has already approved --- 'FRiD v-SUNDAV
of BCH .AJachua Generalof
managers ; .'. making loans of to $100MX to
Gainesville, and Williston M up MARCH; 20-22
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provide present operating capital and
Memorial Hospital vied for the three- : COFFEE BREAK
$150.000 for needed repairs and Farmer's MarketAll
Bradford
year management contract expiring r
April 19. : renovations at BCII, including air proceeds go to
conditioning and roof. The
a
new Lou Countryman
The will be evaluated Cindy
proposals at a
loans would be back
paid by BCII overa
Fund
Kidney
work session set for 6:30 Mon-
day, March 23, in the hospital p.m.board .1oiIoc.: II io..!. three-year period with no use of tax Sponsored by BradlordTimberwolvesCB
: ... monies. Club
room, with final decision and signing
of the contract scheduled for March .. .. ....... u, ,.... : .. "Many opportunities exist to .---.
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costs while improving the FRIOAYMARCH2OLAWTEY :

30.Newly appointed board member Al Clarence Ayers (left) chairman of AG1I board, addresses trustees of Bradford County Hospital at hospital's capabilities," the proposal LITTLE LEAGUE

Kay Carlisle attended his first Monday meeting. From left: Lucile Green Curtis Sanders Joseph Stephenson George shuford, AI states. For instance, "AGH will passon Dance 7.11:70: p.m.

meeting, succeeding the former Kay Carlisle, and attorney Richard Welty. to BCH, at actual.cost. our pur School Age 16 vrs.
chasing in of
chairman, Dan Williams, who resigned power procurement sup- Lawtey Elem. School
from the board in December butcontinued credited since 1975 and has been a $167,800 to BCII under the AGH pro- plies. Items currently being purchased $1.00 Admission
to serve until his successorwas .4 successful operation despite its size posal were listed as follows: by BCH were compared to prices . . .
and rural Miller said. This paid by AGII for the same items and
location
last FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
appointed week by Gov. Bob
$20,000 savings in cost of affiliation an estimated annual savings of .
Graham. facility receives only $20,000 a year YARD SALE 9:004:00:
r (including management services, ac- $60,781 was determined to exist in the
from taxes while BCH is
Williston 'Memorial and Alachua cigarette 2221 Raiford Road
and secretarial services
counting ,
budgeted for $119 Pentecostal
General submitted written tba United
proposals handling fee for IV solutions; and AGH purchasing agreement with
but Marcus Drewa d Miller declared. Ladies AuxiliaryjUEDAYtMARCH
president of handling fee for supply management
American Hospital Supply includes a
.
the Williston
LasC'year hospital'sdaily '
Methodist Foundation
,presented onlya
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system of six increases
percent on price
verbal request for renewal of its operating cost per patient was $17,100 reduction in data processingcosts cap 24.
annually, which will allow for an
present contract which started in $1.37, while Methodist's operatingcost under AGH computer system. ap MAGIC TIME CIRCUS SHOW
proximate additional savings of
per patient was $8.37 a day," Kiwanis Club
in of lost Spons. by
1978.Alachua Miller said. $10,000 capture charges by $32WX in the second and succeeding
General's presentationwas AGH Improved methods and controls. Advance Tickets-J3.50 Adults
opened, by board chairman The Williston administrator said his $18,600 savings on higher volume years. $2.50 Children-SOC more at door
One area needing to be addressedis
board was not interested in a long
Clarence Ayers followed by Edward 6 -BHS Auditorium
food purchasing. p.m.
Peddie, AGH president, who said this Lo term management contract, but offered the quality of patient care and .
$60,700 savings on purchasing '
sup- 'medical
and the -
,. with its heavy load T"'a a proposal to "help get on care community'sperception $
facility patient you plies through Voluntary Hospitals of of these essential factors" ATUROAYLMARCH28
feet and then out. lie asked
from the Starke area was already ser- your get America. CHICKEN PILAU DINNER
ving as a "second hospital" for Brad- for a three-year contract at around the proposal continued. "Accreditation & GOSPEL SING
$7,100 savings on cost of laundryand
by the Joint Commission (JCHA
month for with
ford County. Peddie said"The peopleof $4,000 a management, linen service by using AGH New River Vol. Fire Sta.
should be
the of the contract sought as soon as possible,
option terminating
Alachua and Bradford Counties
shared service. Dinner served at 1:00 p.m.
and the Patient
at the end of 18 months if BCH Satisfaction
have enjoyed close relationships for Adults $2
$4,900 savings on cost of outside Guarantee Program should be Donation:
desired.
many years -- close In distance, personal consultants established Children under 12 $1.00
ties, and interests." Although Alachua General's92page $17,400 reduction in interest expense immediately. Proceeds to Cindy Lou
written not
'was
proposal due to Improved collection of Countryman Kidney Fund
discussed in detail by Peddle, a copy
receivables.The .
Improvements Named
was. made available to The Inside.
While presenting no details cf the Telegraph. AGH proposal also stated that ..

present contract with BCH, Drewa its $85,000 management fee was a OIZ
k' n
said the people of Bradford County AI Carlisle AGII Savings Listed ."not to exceed" figure, and may be Two Sections I c.I IoCIT
should be of less, based on the amount of consul- SECTION A: I Realtor'
proud at the improvements since acr New BCII Board Member Although'Alachua General's basic tant time charged at $20 an hour. Naws .. . ., ... Pages IA-3A ((904)) 7823931\
complished hospital 'contract price for management was Editorial. ..... ......Page 4A HOMES LOTS .. ACREAOI
Methodist assumed managementthree crease In salaries over the three-year $85,000 per year, as compared withMethodist' Assistance in Building Society. ., _. .. Pages 5A7A AUTHORIZED DIAlRtiJViidemes
He called attention to
years ago. period.
$72.000 the AGH proposal
.
Legals & Real Est. Page 1A&7A
the Foundation's proposal for a new Floyd Miller, administrator of projected savings in operation that While AGH termed the BCH
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75-bed hospital Bradford Countyat Williston Memorial, submitted would more than offset this dif hospital plant "basically sound and Sports.Correspondence.. . ,. ., .Page, ..Page 7A,10 IA-12A -
a cost of around $12 million. evidence to refute the widespread ference. Both basic figures are subject safe for use" it pointed out that due to SECTION BsObituaries Log HomesHwy

Other Improvement mentioned by belief that small, independent to certain charges and fees which age of .the structure and the many ., .,.. _,... Page SB
Drewa Included a new $190,000 x-ray hospitals cannot survive under changes in methodology of delivering "
present between the two Institu-
vary greatly
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News Briefs .. ,.., Page *B .
machine which has been in service economic conditions. The tions. efficient,.quality health resent 301 N. P.O. Box U96Lawl
since last fall. and a 71 percent in- Williston hospital has been fully ac Total identified annual savings of facility should be replace as Page*B&7B .w Ft. 33058.e




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Only y One Problem With Hampton's Police Building... It's Too Small For CarThe



jected a plan] submitted by Starke
building behind city hall in Information was presented to coun- building which was 17 feet long.A for the post Allen S. Wiihlte, an at- flee: In city hall.Wadsworth auditing firm of Davis, Monk and
Hampton that has been designated as cil that Marshall Fred Phillips, Sr. problem of water leaking into the torney from Gainesville. told the board he would Farnsworth to place the city financial
a police department building is too and backup police officer Allen Bur- building was also to be corrected by Wilhite Indicated his fee would be not complete the move until two addi-in affairs on a computer service offered
dick, Jr. have been unable to park the the contractor by extending the cement $35 an hour and his time would start tional electrical outlets be placed 'by the auditing firm at a cost of $200
short to park the police car in, the Ci car inside the building because the blocks. when he left his home or office In the tiny office, the telephone moved every quarter or $800 a year.
ty Council was told at its monthly for Gainesville. He also indicated he inside the office from inside the that the
car is 19-feet long and the building is An attempt to purchase a gun Neil Tucker explained computer -
meeting.Tuesday March 10, and at a 17-feet long. Mayor LoU reported the backup officer was defeated on a would charge the City of Hampton building a safe and file cabinets be would simplify and assist the ci-
the special council meeting Thursday the March 12, water collects between the police 3-2 vote. Councilman Chuck Rowland mileage for doing their legal work. sbbusiness operation of the city ty in making financial reports. He
agreed to pay contractor building and the fire station building. made a motion to purchase a Smith Council decided to take his applica- commitments. stated Farmers Home Administration
At$1,060 to rectify the problem. Council approved a proposal by and Wesson model-19 gun at a cost of ion under advisement and try to in- Council suggested that the phone inside requires a financial statement
a recent council
plans to house meeting the approved John E. LoU of $1,080 to extend the $269.95. When no other board member terview attorneys in the Starke area the city hall remain in its place every three months. FmHA providedmore
ment and make an inside police depart- blocks on the new police building so acted, chairman Curtis seconded the before making a decision on a new attorney because it has been in the same place than$208,000 in a grant and loanto
for the city's one and parkingarea that the police department can be motion. for a number of years., They recommended update the Hampton Water System
Last only policecar. housed in the building behind city The three women members of council Wadsworth get an extension which was completed last summer.
month John E. Lott
cousin of Mayor Hank a hall. voted as a block to defeat the purchase Clerk Sets ConditionsOn phone from his trailer placed in the Tucker explained that even with the
Lett, was LoU $2,965 to complete the of the gun at the price quoted in Move To Hall in
awarded a bid of$2,965 to remodel the was paid City office at city hall. financial matters being put a com
building and do the plumbing and building but the police car, 19 feet the motion. City Clerk Gordon Wadsworth told Council members indicated they puter the city clerk would still code
carpentry work. long was unable to fit inside theI Plans to find a gun at a lower price the board that he will move all city would seek information on purchasing checks and receipts so that they couldbe
were suggested by some members of files and equipment into the small office a fireproof safe and file cabinetsfor placed on the computer.
the board. at City Hall from his mobile home the clerk's office.Computerized After a brief discussion council rejected
when several conditions are met. the proposal to use the com
Box
Coffee Break ScheduledTo Safety Deposit Aired Until recently the police department Bookkeeping puter. Tucker pointed out only the CIty
Problem and clerk shared the same of- Rejected by CouncilBy of Micanopy in Alachua Countywas
I Council designated Mayor Lott. -a unanimous vote council re using the computer service.
Chairman Curtis and Clerk
Aid 5-ear-Old Wadsworth to be the persons able to
place city affairs in a safety deposit Sludge Dumping
box at 'Community State Bank in Carter Cabbage Available To1\'eedyGroups
The Bradford County Timber. Starke. Hearing Set
wolves C.B. Club is sponsoring a coffee Curtis reported that several months
break this weekend, March 20-22, ago information had been brought to For March 25A Morris Carter.Jr.has cabbage to burn-but he doesn't want to burn It
to raise funds for little Cin- 4 him that his name was taken off the or plow it under If It can be used for a good purpose.
s-rear-old list of officials who able to and called Mayor Jake Godbold In
dy Countryman, a pa. city were Last week he got on the phone
tient. conduct city business with the bank's public hearing on the proposal for Jacksonville The Mayor.In turn, got on the phone and called mejunior
The coffee break will begin at 3 safety deposit box which Is rented by dumping sludge from a Duval County citizen groups and soon the cabbage pickers were swarming (
p.m. Friday and run through 3 p.m. the city. plant( on a site in Clay County will be six-acre patch and hauling off three to four hundred bags of fine fresh
Sunday at the Bradford County The chairman explained that he held at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday March 'cabbage.
Farmer's Market on US-301 north in went by the bank and was told he was 25, in the Orange Park 'high school Carter says he wasn't clearing but three cents a head on the produce.
Starke. no longer allowed access to the safety auditorium.A market which wasn't worth his time and trouble to harvest the crop. "I d
Born with the defect. Cindy will deposit box. permit is being sought by Nytrex rather let some deserving groups have it who need It." he says.
undergo a kidney transplant this sum No information was ever presentedto Corporation, a company which has a The Invitation extends to non-profit groups In Starke. and the staff of
mer after all tests and treatments council requesting Curtis name be contract with the city of Jacksonvilleto the Starke Nursing Home has already Indicated Interest In the offer.
have been made. She is the daughterof taken off the list of city officials allowed dispose of sludge from the Other eligible non-profit groups may call Carter at 9645406.
Jim and Anita Countryman and hasa access to the box. Buckman Street sewage treatment Because of depressed market at least two other grower. Buddy
9-year-old sister Jenny Sue. Her Councilman Rowland stated he plant( on a tract of timber land at the Norman and Oscar Carter have resorted to plowing under around .15
father, Jim, has been pastor of the wanted to know at the next board intersection of State Roads 16 and 21, acres of cabbage In recent weeks.
New River Baptist Church for the meeting exactly who authorized the just east of Camp Blanding.The .
past nine years. bank to take Curtis' name off the list attempt to obtain a permit for .
of city officials who have access to the dumping from the Jacksonville officeof
Cindy underwent surgery two years Cindy Countryman. 5 safety deposit box. DER has been strongly opposed by
ago, but it was not successful. She is Kidney Transplant Patient Clay County Commissioners, the
slowly losing the function of her Wolbert Resigns Kingsley Lake Property Owners Faith in the Ms Concert Series #= 5
kidneys. The transplant is Cindy's on- Bradford County Timberwolves CB As Hampton AttorneyCity Assn. and other concerned groups.
ly hope. Club account number F-42 so that Attorney J. J. Wolbert resigned DicI Post, manager of the Clay
Cindy's mother Anita will should Cindy need blood it will be County Planning and
undergo last month as the board attorney.He Zoning Office First United
tests in April to determine if she is a available to her. cited that his work schedule and a said it is important that large delega-
suitable donor. Jim, her father, is the The Timberwolves will appreciate number of conflicts have occurred tions attend the Wednesday meeting Methodist Church
second donor possibility if Anita's :donations of coffee napkins, cups when the board met. Wolbert told the to protest issuance of the permit.
tests and/or baked goods to be used at the Early Information said that the
prove negative.The :offee break. Telegraph his doctor suggested he cut of Starke
down his committments.The company desired to dump 450,000
on
bloodmobile will be at the coffee For additional information contact board interviewed an applicant1st gallons of sludge daily from the
break Saturday, March 21, from 8 Barbara Hollingsworth 964-7711, Jacksonville sewage plant. In retalia- Presents
a.m. to 2 p.m. Anyone wishing to Eloise Goodman 964-5602, or Dot tion, the Clay Commission passed a
donate blood may do so under the Mitzel 9645606. stringent new septic tank rdmance to

PresbyterianChurch stop the dumping until a hearing Mel Wilhite

. Tour Of Schools.. (From Page IA) To Hold could be held.Margaret .Brown president of ,,
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Casey to consider five periods per day work but there are many options, and Retreat, March 21.22 would KLPOA attend, said the a large delegation 'j Tenor Soloist
with the final period being for ac- advised the board to look into them A junior and senior high Youth hearing from that
tivities for all extracurricular: ac- all. There is a scheduling system Retreat is being sponsored by the organization.
tivities. Nobody favored year-round where students would attend each Presbyterian Youth Fellowship for Thursday, March 26II
school however. Casey noted a five class four times a week or not go to this weekend, March 21 and 22. Concerned CitizensBd. V. .n a....
period day would also mean 20 per- one class each day, he said. It will be held at the Camp Mon- Meets March 23
cent less staffing. Casey pointed out. however that tgomery Presbyterian Conference 1 i 7:00: p.m. I .
the state plans to move forward in Center Keystone. The focus will be on The board of directors of the Con ,I .wrlt' Ala(:
"It's possible we're in for some education and plans call for the stateto "Biblical Celebrations. cerned Citizens of Bradford County
Ford "times instead of Cadillac add $212 per student next year, The retreat is open for all youth, Inc. will hold its monthly meeting Public Is invited
times, Parrish said. which would mean $1.2 million in and the cost will be $5.00 per person. Monday,March 23, at 7:30: p.m. in the
Casey said such a system would operating funds for Bradford.To Call Melodie Wager at 964-5992 by Fri. RJE cafetorium.The I Mel Wilhite to attend
day tomorrow) if you wish to attend. public is invited to attend.

FPL Tie....".....................' '
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(From Page 1A)
ribution by FPL toward the cost of
grid to purchase from. Jabion said. he parallel tie.

FPL, however is resisting, using To begin setting up a bond program
delaying tactics, to keep from selling to convince FPL the city is
power to small cities such as Starke. serious about seeking the parallel tie. I ,
and has resisted having parallel ties attempt to get the city's power a
with small independent producers. demand restored. J JTo
Jablon and his firm have been What other choice is there city
representing such small producers as .commissioners asked.
Starke against FPL for the past 20 "My opinion is the parallel tie is $flDENMARK
years he said.Projecting what we've got to do,' said veteran
costs over the next nine commissioner Vernon Silcox. "Itdoesn't 4
years engineers told the council it matter if we want to or not,we
will cost Starke$1.22 million, over the have to."It's .
!9 years, just to maintain what it has been looking this way for a FURNITURE AND HOOVER e1r
now. A low power 13 KV tie will cost number of years. It's just what we've
$2.5 million, and a 115KV tie $3.2 got to do," Silcox said. His motion to
million. go ahead was passed 50. TEAM UP FOR i1
Potentially, Starke's power demand 19B

the next won't nine grow years substantially Stein said. over Dr. Frank SlaughterWill A5F1LE hotf

Both Beck &: Associates engineerssaid Visit Public {1 r /
the 13 KV tie is all the city will 1
March
forseeably need. Library, 27 : T
Attorney Jablon said there is lightat The Bradford County Public
the end of the tunnel in the anti- Library will host an autograph ses- :" ;'.

trust suit with FPL. Jablon said he is sion on Friday, March 27 from 3:30 to FAMOUS '1
seeking a settlement for FPL's 5:00: p.m., with Dr. Frank G Hooi- +
refusal to of access and refusal to Slaughter, author of the new novel,
make ties with small producers. The Gospel Fever and fifty-eight other Self-
huge utility Is being attacked as a books. HOOVER T
monoploly and as refusing to allow Dr. Slaughter is one of the most propelled
small producers to compete on the popular authors writing today. A
open market. member of) Phi Beta Kappa at seventeen CONCEPT UPRIGHT
Jablon stressed to the council that it Dr. Slaughter received his M.D.
is of utmost importance to maintain a from John Hopkins at the age of 22 ar-flE1-
good working relationship with FPL, and was later Commanding Officer ofa
since the city will be Involved with the hospital ship in the Pacific during
huge firm for years to come.A World War II. He is the author of the U4129
reasonable settlement both par. best-selling books The Passionate THE'th1MJ
ties can live with,Jablon said is what Rebel. Plague Ship and Doctor Reg. W
he is seeking. Wives. Gospel Fever is Frank
"1 know the costs are astronomical. Slaughter's revealing behind-the- B ES'1r'U3105 Attachments Available
If I can bring home a settlement, I scenes look at the competitive and not
will," Jablon said thus saving Starke always honest world of television
and other Florida cities the cost of going evangelism. Meet and visit with the
to trial. fascinating and charming Dr. INTRODUCING THE NEW HOOVER
At Jablon's suggestion, the city Slaughter at the Public Library, free,
council agreed to give him bargaining on 105 East Jackson Street. .
authority to say the city will: Refreshments will be provided and
Pursue immediately a parallel tie served by the Board of Truestees, ,
with FPL. Muriel Norman Martha Dorko, Faye .gt QUIET SERIES"
To go for a 13KV (low power) Andrews, Desta Dyal, and Pat Farn- 195
parallel interconnection with FPL. sworth.



I Advance-Price Tickets on Sale I CANISTERS


For Magic Time Circus Show Rep'100" RATED BEST IN CLEANING. ,

There are only six days left to buy Advance tickets are available at the 0
tickets for the Magic Time Circus following businesses: EFFECTIVNESS BY THE __ __._ _
Show set for Tuesday night March 24, Davis Monk Farnsworth Co. (Ed. I Model I
so the sponsoring Kiwanis Club; is urg- die Douglas. 964-7404); Jordan Agency 2120 'WIJ AMERICAN STANDARDS) FOR TESTING MATERIALS
ing area residents to buy now to get (Andy Jordan, 964-3237)); Badcock a Standards
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reduced price tickets. Furniture (Joey Smith, 964-3289)) ; $3201.*
Cost is $ .5O for children and $3.50 Wilson's Florist (Bill Wilson,
for adults, a savings of so 964-5792); Bradford Batteries Inc.
ticket on the cost at the gate before (Don Wilson 964-7285); Denmark DENMARK
the show starts at 6 p.m. at the Brad- Furniture (Steve Denmark FURNITURE
ford High School Auditorium. 964-5827); Culligan Water Condition
Tickets can be purchased from ing of Starke (Mike Cooney.
Kiwanis Club or Key Club members 964-7633); DeWitt Jones Funeral 434 W. Call St.
Home (Steve Starke;Fla.
the money raised helping the Futch 964-6200);
Clubs suppolt the Special Olympics Shuford's Chevron Oil Station (Jesse
program locally. Myers) 964-7971). 964-5828 Established in 1923 064-5827
There will be magic, wild animals For ticket information call the
circus acts and much more. Chamber of Commerce, 9645278.




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Straw uerrv Queen List Set *** a Dozen as 6 More LL ,.t'efuls EnterTwelve



young ladies from Bradfordwill .",....0<. .. ....... .....".. ......,.. the order of Rainbow for Girls. Her sponsored by the Florida Bank at
vie for the crown of the 1981 coun- ambition is to "get set great goals in Starke.
ty strawberry queen at 8 p.m. March ; life and then try my best to achieve Previous entrants ere: I !
28 in the Bradford High auditorium. \ them." Linda is sponsored by the Cynthia Norman, daughter of Mr.
Six more contest*ntsentered In the -r .'\., Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department. and Mrs. Glen Norman.
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past week, making a total of 12 con- : ...... Sylvia Hollis, daughter of Mrs.
testants ,', Tamara Ilene Denton, 16, is a
just one less than the 13 who Lovie M. Hollis.
competed the 1980 crown won by junior at BHS and the daughter of. Shelley Lee Sikes, daughter of
Miss Robbin Stephens. Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Don Denton.Tamara's
The six new contestants .\\ '' interests include sewing, Mrs. Virginia Sikes. of Mr.
are: .,, is Klmberly Rieske, daughter
Janet Marie Jordan, 16, a junior at skiing, jogging and drawing. She and Mrs. T.E. Rieske.
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Bradford High School (BHS) and the active in church functions and in Lori Ann Lawson, daughter of Mr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs M.M. Jor- '. DCT program at BHS. Her ambitionIs and Mrs. Henry Lawson.
dan of Lawtey Special interests for ii to go into the field of commerical -Sue Meadows, daughter of Bill i
Janet Include swimming jogging ," I" I, art. Tamara is sponsored by The Meadows.
horseback riding, and cheer-leading. r \ Looking Glass Styling Center. M

Her honors include second place in j i .t .- '1'" \ .........
the BHS science fair. Janet s ambi- ,.
tion Is to become a dental hygienist. S ,
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Miss Jordan Is sponsored by the
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Florida Bank at Starke. i : d

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Vickie Lynn Carver, 16, a junior at &;
BHS and the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Vickie Carver, Janet Jordan Tamara DentonThe
J.T. Carver of Starke. Vickie's In-

. terests are tennis,swimming,sewing, Starke, Vickie is vice-president of the Virginia Gail Crawford, 18, is a contestants will gather for a
cooking, cheerleading, collecting youth, a member of the youth choir aY BHS graduate, works at the Florida cola( party in their honor Saturday,
novels, skating and guitar. Active in and pianist. At BHS Vickie Is a varsity Bank at Starke,and is the daughter of 1Virginia March 21, from 11:30a.m.: to3 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church of cheerleader, high honor student, a Mr. and Mr. Neil Crawford of Starke. the Starke Golf & Country Club. At
member of Little Women, chorus and a Virginia was first runner-up in the this time the girls will be given tips;
glee club. Vickie has won numerous 1980 Strawberry Queen Pageant and and helpful hints and instructed m
science fair awards, including first was selected Miss Congeniality. Her modeling techniques by Latain Peter
places in the BHS and regional s interests include singing, dancing, son, owner of Merle Norman
science fairs. Vickie's ambition is to cooking, drawing, crocheting, pain- Cosmetic Studio in Starke.
become a pediatrician. She is spon- 0 ting and running. She was 1979 BUS Advance ticket prices are $1 for
sored by Mitchell's Drug Store. homecoming queen, sophomore children under 12 and $2 for adults.
Lisa Louise Gilbert, 17, is a juniorat princess Science Club sweetheartand Tickets may be purchased at Mit-
BHS and the daughter of Mr. and was chosen "Most Popular" in chell's Drug Store. At the door tickets
Mrs. R.S. Gilbert of Hampton. Lisa's senior superlatives. Her ambition is will be $1.50 for children and $2 for
Interests include swimming, dancingand Lisa Gilbert to continue a career in bankl...... She is Crawford adults.
collecting poems. She is a
member of the BHS Flag Corps and
Spanish Honor Society. Lisa is the
Spanish Sweetheart of 1980 at BHS FAIR SET APRIL 1-4 I
and made superior in play at state H
contest for Spanish. She plans to pursue
a career in theatre. Lisa is spon- ] in Hectic Pre-Fair
sored by Wilson's Florist.( Pressure Building Preparations

Linda Marie Hart, 16,a sophomoreat
BHS- the daughter of Mr. and Pressure is starting to buildup for Wednesday,April 1, and end on Saturday chicken dinner with all the trimmings merce office at the corner of Walnut
Mrs. W.L. Crouse Lawtey. Linda's the 31st Annual Bradford County Fair April 4. Wednesday at noon. The first day of and Madison in downtown Starke at
Interests include growing plants Jog- which is less than two weeks away Bill Wilson, fair general manager, the fair is also Senior Citizens Day, in four for a dollar.
Linda Hart ging and cooking.She is a member of and is to commence its tour day run is coordinating the building of new which all senior citizens are admitted Tickets are on sale
facilities at the fairgrounds which free of charge. at all schools in Bradford County and
should be completed by the end of this First night of the fair features the in Union County High School in Lake
week. Ten new bathrooms will be annual Bradford-Union Swine Show, Butler.
Former Hampton Clerk Hired as Bookkeeper, completed in the cattle and livestock open to qualified 4-H and FFA
building at the fairground complex on members who attend Bradford or
US 301 North in Starke. A new rabbit Union County school with some 81
and poultry exhibit area located pigs, a record number, expected. A
Wadsworth Agrees to Give Up $50 of His Salary behind where it was last year will also showmanship contest is set. THE BRADFORD
be completed by the end of this week. The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA COUNTY TELEGRAPH
The fair will start with the ribbon Swine sale is set for( Thursday night, .Published .v.ry Thursday
After a long discussion Hampton Ci like to see the city hire a person to Council Rescinds cutting ceremonies which annually April 2 at 7 p.m. at US W. Call Str..tSfork
ty Council hired a bookkeeper at a keep the books. Special Meeting Pay opens the fair at 11 a,m., Wednesday, Miss America, Susan Powell of Elk .. Florida 32091
salary of $5 an hour at a special "I'm the lowest paid clerk around," Councilwoman Wilma McDaniel, April 1. Taking part will be the newly City, Oklahoma,will pay a visit to the
meeting, Thursday, March 12. Wadsworth said.Information with Hall seconding, moved to rescind chosen 1981 Strawberry Queen and fair Thursday. April 2, from 2-4 p.m. Second Class potlog paid at
The step was taken after City Clerk was presented to council city elected officials receiving $10 an the 1980 Strawberry Queen Robbin and from 7.9 p.m. Stark. FloridaSub.crlptlon
Gordon Wadsworth agreed to give up to show the audit for the fiscal year hour salary for special meetings. The Stephens, plus local officials and The Bradford-Union FFA and 4-H
$50 of his monthly salary to allow ending last Sept. 30 amounted to approximately motion was passed unanimously dignataries.The Steer show is set Friday, April 3, at Hotel:
council to hire former city clerk Mary $5,800. opening day also features the 7:30 p.m. The fair will conclude Saturday In trad area: $t.OO par y.or
Lee Allen to perform bookkeeping "We can't afford a $5,800 audit Annual Rural-Urban day ceremonies, April 4, with B-U 4-H and FFA SS.OOil* monthsOutsid.Irad.or.$10.00p.ry.ar
services for the City of Williamson every year," Williamson said. Pine St. Paving in which members of the Starke Steer sale to commence at 7 p.m.
Vice-Chairman Lola "I don't have the time to assist Mr. Project ApprovedOn Rotary Club begin work before Advance tickets for the midway will :
stated she and councilwoman Jane Wadsworth any more because I have the recommendation of Mayor daylight to prepare and serve a fried be on sale at the Chamber of Com- tS.50 mix month
Hall went to Starke to the office of gone to work fulltime at Shands Lott $630 for the
auditor Neil Tucker and Tucker Teaching Hospital in Gainesville," ,paving and packing on Pine Street to ,. -,
consider hir Hall sai 9'It do the financial statement -
elated. the city ought to : : the
Hampton School. The
ing someone to keep the books.'l'ookkeeping'is''J10W' .if the posting done.." .. x job was done Elementary by Cyril Mace. "., ,. First Presbyterian ,
'part of citycleM's :r rirutJJyt t eend M'tgd 1 1: 1 .: Church .'
cWalrman"'Ted''CurtiMIt'' 3.i ill I .'/: (I/.N"'jj,nii i" tStf'-JU.: '': '
job; Hall said. Easter 1.
Hunt ---
"I like to try it," Wadsworth said. Wadsworth to either relinquish $50 of Egg 921 E.Call St. "" .
"I don't want to take a cut in salary." his salary or do the job of keeping the Funds Approved Sunday Worship 11:00: a.m.; Sunday ,.,
Mayor Hank Lott suggested council books himself. Council approved $25 to be given to School 9:45: a.m. "
find out what Allen would charge to Wadsworth then agreed to give up I Mabel McCullough for an Easter Egg Youth Fellowship 6:00: p.m.
keep the city (books. $50 a month making Ms salary $200 a I Hunt for the youngsters in Hampton, Mid-Week Service Wednesday, 7:00
A phone call was placed by Williamson month. :Saturday, April 18. p.m.Introducing.
to Allen during the meeting. Allen !r
agreed to the $5 an hour salary. O
"Only way to pay (for the book's be-
ing kept would be to pay for it out of
clerk's''salary Hall said. "We are In These Times of
him "
trying to give an assistant.

A adsworth. then stated he wouldTrt "" High inflationIt

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,March: 23-27 ... r" save Money t
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and r- .'. ....,.
&titswonion; rings, peaches : ', r. Two ways.
milk' _f,. ..1TueidiykvMar. iI' a c.cr, gterp 3->,) :
24: Chili w/beans, 163 y
garden salad, crackers, cinnamon ti FORTUNE FSDcRfll
swirl brjefidr; pears, and milk. Llk /, n 8/ ijjz. ::. .4\f forl \ 1. subscribe to the :

VVedh'efday-; 25 Bar-b-cue on
burfrcorn the cob French fries l& : Bradford county
on sr I It:7.-%

Thursday applesauce! Mar., and milk.26: Chicken & r -- % ?&i stn or (Itwa'.. I Telegraph :

noodles, buttered green peas, cab- p: 1 Year S9 .
bage slaw, chocolate cake
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w/chocolate icing, cheese rolls, You SAVE
and milk. :ka IoJ:8auvNhi : :;
Friday Mar. 27: Managers Choice. Off the Newstand
-af Price Plus the !'!
Bradford High SchoolREGULAR ,

postman Brings It to "i

March 23-27 intemt.
Monday Mar. 23: Hamburger gravy, You in Thursday's M
mashed potatoes, green beans,hot
rolls, applesauce, cookie, and mail'S

milk. 2. Clip Grocery and :..
Tuesday Mar 24: Chicken wyellowrice
buttered green peas, biscuits. ,,' It's the revolutionary way. all under one roof or Fortune Other coupon ads ,-,
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w/butter, mixed fruit but- 'I for people I to b an. Federal 0 Wirh 46 years of ::1:
terscotch squares, and milk. experience. Fortune Federal Each week and
Wednesday. Mar. 25: Sausage, rice Fortune Federal now offers 1 now has over one billion '
w/tomato gravy, turnip greens, you checking rhar pays dollars in assets and 1 is one $ave $ave $ave :; !!
cornbread, peach pie, and milk. 5-1/4%Inreresr compounded of the top 100 associations
Thursday Mar. 26: Baked turkey daily No longer do the In the country We offer a Plus If you subscribe ::
dressing w/giblet gravy, funds in your checking variety of savings plans
vegetables, hot rolls, cake w/fruit account ,hove ro sir idle and rhe most professional In March we will
topping, and milk. costing you money Now courteous and complere
Friday, Mar. 27 1 Spaghetti w/meat your checking: will earn mortgage financing available give you 13 months
sauce cheese stix, Italian salad you money or FOrTUne ; D Open your FOrTUne
Instead of 12.
French bread, apple crisp, and Federal 0 This revolution checking account now It's
milk. oryservicemeonsnewbank: the revolutionary for
ing convenience isyours.Now people ro bonk Mall to:
AL-A-CARTE ; you con hove your checking 97 Florida P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Fl 32091 .II

Monday Mar. 23: Hamburgers, 'pizza savings and your mortgage 1 O".r on.friendly blllioft dollar au.ft jjiO4
cheeseburgers, French fries, Name
milkshakes. Formerly Guaranty Federal 01 Gainesville, vii

Tuesday Mar. 24: Hamburgers, piz-
za, French fries, milkshakes.. AddressEnclou0
Wednesday, Mar. 23: Cheeseburgers, FORTUNE
pizza, onion rings, French fries, City :
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milkshakes. H mv check or S9 OO I
Thursday Mar 2$:Hamburgers, Piz- Srorfce FcDERrU Fst A Out of County Subscription$10 00 per year ;/' :. i
za, French fries, milkshakes. 095 W. Madison 964-5000 -- _//J.I.\\!
Friday, Mar 271 Cheeseburgers, 'i:>i
hamburgers, French fries, pizza, o .ilw
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City Faces Cuts in Service orais. Revenue: : \ ;. : .dtr'sette, ;.;' :" A l rp'' : ffi; ',. t ', ".\, rasa' .


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then maintenance to the system should deoosits. ,.jf'utility" 'deposits out-
water--and sewer
handled byy to
Starke's power plant is no longer bage collection, actually showed a to the R"fc R must be worked out the. department doing;*the work.indepen- paid from the R & Rl bank account will preside of the Commission we recommend .
which
able to finance operation of the city loss of around$5,000 In the last fiscal auditor said.first time this In accordance dent from;: the accounting'department'ilhwatfreoommendetrthal ** :extent possible, from accumulating the Commission review this
the year dollars
Farnsworth said. For 'vSit'/jexcew! establish definitive utility
raised or ex- the
unless utility rates are year. the allow sufpolley and '
'rules set by and '
auditor Pat The city has been holding back onrateraising with new maintain subsidiary In the fund : ,'? r' '
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are curtailed,city the accounting'department In the depes1ts't f\\ +f
penses receives new state auditor general, manage- .funds to be available
it a
until
Farnsworth told the City Commissionat reooeds-ona! ,job cost basis and ficient the The Commission currently ap-
attention to shortcomings make
" calling to
fact-facing session March 10."There's schedule of proposed increases from ment letter be responsible albbUlings.ii! ., operating> cash account I
no magic thing you can Beck and Company, of Orlando in management made and accounting an integral .Physical control overt. inventory ,k- necessary transfers in accordanceGeneral

do" Farnsworth said in pointing out which is expected momentarily. procedures, was items ia ,inadequate. Recommendedthat
uently
of audU.icome
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receiving part more attention and exposure the City,consider a centralized in- Fti't..Must Pay Back
location with an'inventory
than has been the case ventory

I Improper Use of Bidding heretofore. clerk responsible receiving and for distribution records, including of $1J12,104fo.R&R:: fund. ."

Among the comments the auditor inventory. ,: ,
Process Criticized noted that a piece of/ equipment .A number of instances were noted

valued at$4,500 was purchased for the where items purchased froth''theSurplus with the bond indenture. .>> proves payment of bills by motion
said power plant without receiving bids Property Warehouse.,were and transfers''/ with no record of which bills are being
that the city spent $88,000 more in its Commissioner Jimmy Crosby the city's and "It appeared that the cost of the not specifically Identified. All purchases Federal Expenditures Revenue Sharing funds w I' approved. We recommend the Commission -
general fund than it took In from one factor contributing to unit was split between two invoices should be listed in detailed made in accordance with the institute procedures similarto
calculation
not
various sources of revenue in fiscal present financial plight is the the basis of for the purpose of reducing the ap- follow the same controls and dpproialGarbage : proved budget nor was the approvebudget *; those currency used by the Bradford -
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197980. Most of the profit now of its utility rates on changes,'V Board of County Commissioners -
year being reaped from the city's !various the demands of the previous year, I" '. '" I"..,. ., amended for major County which provides for a warrantlist
., federal regulations.
the sale of set aside for capltallm. contrary to
is coming from with nothing the check
utilities Collection Lost ;: The City does not have adequate by fund, Rowing
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and sewer and water services provements.Now / all
natural gas, The electric and amount for, cash
& number
R coverage.
the Insurance
from '
electric power due to borrowing ( '
rather than funds Year building and equipment in the disbursements. $$8,
cent ) $5,000 Last plant
where rates are still about one R (renewal and replacement The also has letter noted that
GeneralFund insured. City management
is not The
Electric and Florida to meet shortages in the ; plant
,under Clay 1964 had
The recommendations
back$142,704 ., no public liability insurance. 12 of the above
service for "
gar- paying '
One plan
and Light. a
Power all other purchases. bond ordinance .requires the City to been made in the prevIous year's
of the equipment in orderto procedures as the had
measures
cost insurance on corrective
parent adequate audit but
Surplus property acquired should be carry ,
obtain commission authorization labeled or otherwise identified as city utilities system.The City has initiateda been taken in only one instance dur-
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for payment. self insurance program which at the the intervening year.
and catalogued.
properly ing
In regard to purchase order pro property time does not appear ade-
and present
Under the heading "Legal
etDiTOKlALS said "If
Farnsworth you
cedures Regulatory Requirements" the quate to protect its investment. Sen. Lawton Chiles
have a system, use it correctly. Under the heading of"Internal Control" -
valid control recommendations were Will He SpeakerAt
Without it you have no following the following recommendationswere
.- over purchases, and if the system is made: Clay Co-op Meeting
,
I circumvented, it is no good. .A review of the control over the Check
In defending the split invoices utility Replacement requirements in the .To improve using "Walking Lawtey" Chiles
and procedure
director Merrill Dees said they 1964 Bond Ordinance stipulates that writing signing recommended Florida's senior U.S. Senator, will be
is
Protect The Swamp covered an emergency purchase for transfers of one-half the surplus in the the that signature a control plate log, it be establishedand featured speaker at Clay Electric
Fund have 43rd annual meeting in
cost Revenue
power plant equipment and the Utilities System maintained on a daily basis, accounting Cooperative's
was split between two months not been made in the amount of for the total number and Keystone Heights, Thursday, March

of the because a shortage of funds would not $129,549 as of September 30, 1980. of checks processed 26.
sidered" the business dollar amount
Several months ago a Brad- allow payment aU at one time. Recommended that these funds be Some 5,000 guests are expected to
ford County strawberry Corps of Engineers, the Commissioner Vernon Silcox told placed in the R & R bank account as through the check 2 1979 signer.the Commission turn out for the speeches, free food
October
On andguests
grower's irrigation well stop editorial observes. ClIn the three new commissioners"If you soon as possible. Subsequent expen- enacted a policy regardingltility and fun which attract members
flowing "just like someone recharge areas, developer sit here long enough, an emergencywill ditures for improvements and of the Co-op from a wide section
ped have to Florida. Valuable door prizes
runoff from arise where may of
must direct water you
had turned the spigot ones in at-
the lucky
and break some rules. 'I1A will be given to
off." roofs and roads into ponds Farnsworth replied, "You can take tendance at the end of the day.

swales so it can percolat emergency procedures, but they A. musical group, The Cathedral
Similar incidents have been down to the aquifers rathe should be properly documented and Quartet, will provide entertainmenton

reported elsewhere in the than be drained away." noted on the invoices." the grounds of Clay Electric's

state with disturbing frequency. Also discussed in the management headquarters in Keystone Heights.
In the meanwhile, wate; letter were: Chiles is a veteran of the political
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conservationists, as well as: Partial payments on accounts scene in Florida and Washington,
According to a recent shoul receivable which are being held until } having served ten years in the U.S.
environmentalists < '
Times- sufficient to pay a monthly bill, at Senate and 12 years before that in the
the Florida
editorial in unite in an all-out effort to< which time the money is deposited. State Legislature.

Union "Alarm signals are up have the Santa Fe Swamp included Sound fiscal policy mandates that Ri 4.. As a moderate Democrat he is
around Florida. The state'sunderground in the endangered money collected be recorded and reportedly on the "hit list" of the

water supply, lands program. Property deposited when received. It was growing GOP organization, in Florida

the clean water it depends on, owners around Big and Little recommended that partial paymentsbe bank ac

is at unusually low levels. Santa Fe Lakes are very con counts deposited when money to separate Is received and a First Class Postal

"In September the month cerned about the impact ot subsidiary ledger be maintained to Rate AdvancesTo

at their these bodies if the swami identify money deposited.'Recommendation 18March 22
when aquifers are that the Com First class letter mail rates will ad-
all
and
usual high point, the water should ever be drained mission establish a payback program *r vance from 15 to 18 cents on March 22,

pressure levels on average the timber cut. whereby loans may be repaid to the according to an announcement made

were one to two feet below the It be later than we+ utility funds and that all loans or by Starke Postmaster W.T. Hardison.
may transfers beyond those included in the A4 ? Even with this increase, the Postal
usual low level period in May. Nr r ,
think. Water consumption budget be approved by the Commis rr R 1 >Service still expeclsr.toloseanoneyaid : ;

"By this May, the U.S. must be wise and efficient sion. (The General Fund owed the'utilities .a8,1 IuJ.b" i J3o ilt seek another rate/tl\ 1AMe
,d'11dt la
expects rather than wanton 'anc system revenue fund$142,90.I'l.A .4b tiR i i lnrl rf7fn')1anlawbyJtle 1 \:'
Geological' .Survey Ior'6l1 ,
at the.end of Sept.20vl980.\)o ur rrrlr 5a gnbt :nn E7fl&1fevlVlarcW1e first class
wasteful.+Therevwas tinu+ yrnswt Itonuq
more shallow wells,to go dry. reviewUoJ.thediGenenaJciF'nht! >f url2 ad '1 letter rate will be 18 cents for the first
dry when *hen water' was cheap ahc indicate that without loans
Others' may" seem operations ounce and 17 cents for each additionalounce.
the water drops below the plentiful, but that time has, from the Utilities System Revenue Postcards will advance from

22-foot of their passed. Fund, the General Fund was not ade- the present ten cents to 12 cents.
pull pumps.
quately funded to supply its operating Second and third class rates used

Warnings like this make us "We never miss the water needs. by businesses will also increase, but
and conscious of till the well runs dry" .A test of water meter readings In- expanded discounts will be availableto
more True
more dicates that a number of water Fish Story Come business mailers who do

the ever-present threat that United effort is needed now meters are stil inoperable, and preliminary sorting of their outgoing

the huge 5OOO-acre Santa Fe to insure that Santa Fe others are covered over and cannot be bass caught mail. .,.'
Is exhibitor of 1J'
substantial volume of water, C.G. Hill of Kingsley Lake the proud a a pound ?
Swamp, on the border of the Swamp and its neighboringbodies read.being A pumped through the system is while trolling In Kingsley Lake on Friday.March 13 (his "lucky"day).The big The first class letter rate'was'sjx

dividing line between Brad- of water "never run not being billed or accounted for. It is I bass was bedding when Hill caught it with a rive-Inch Rapala in eight feet of cents until May 1971,when it' .was')uttped -
ford and Alachua Counties, dry." again recommended that the City immediately water. What happened to the fish? It Is now In the hands of faddermlst- to eight cents.:"The pried'wehtTp

might be sold and drained for implement a program to, naturally. ten. centsinU974: and to 13'ceVftrlh

some industrial or residential repair or replace all water meters 1975.! The last Increase was on May 29,

or for a timber that are not properly functioning and 1978! when it was. set at the current 15increase.
development, Good '
ExampleTo assure that all meters are read on a :amts.l .
would destroyits
operation that regular basis. r \ :if;'
valuable pine and hard-- The overall rate structures for County Agents ey N- f e ,

wood trees. their everlasting credit electric, gas water, and sewer services f l rpm .$25.01
should 1 be reviewed by the Com- to illbe U .01 to

Several years ago an effort the U.S. House of Representatives have officially mission to allow each department to Notebook Bobby'. ,;,. f'Ci.' '. .. $400 will be $1. ing. to

was made to place this impenetrable and clamped the Senate a new moodof at least break even within the utility Taylor 'I'ki> ? r./o H, '\i; r ., ;.,
the fund.
.
swamp on t .l! rhlllf? .
State's list for purchase under austerity upon themselves, The City did not maintain com- .T. .I..: V": IB .ft1
the endangered lands act, but their staffs, judges, and other plete listing of property and equip-and Strawberry time is almost here.: :. .. ?.brwr. HA $ es ,' )
ment is all city property it }?
at that time the danger of exploitation top federal officials by over equipment nor marked to indicate owner Some of the first berries were picked' In addition tt> sh'awberries'wd;: 'rW'i11 .:L Agaii. ISh

of the swamp was whelmingly rejecting a 16.8 ship. State regulations established by last week and most growers will havea also display vegetables fruits nuts, : : let clas es. taugh t\t.+ ughfrndT1
increase."I the Auditor General require that such few flats this weekend. All growers corn, sweet potatoes or any other the Recreation De
considered remote, and its percent pay records be established and kept up to will start picking next week, with aJ; I farm production you might have.Just Ie again on the firs r.
purchase was given a low don't believe at a time pretty good harvest by the end of the bring any item yttuy! ,,
priority. In the meanwhile when there are going to be date.Utility poles on which rent is being week. hibit to the boom between a and( *10( ittonths of April and May.Classes will
concerning have not been counted for AXl a.m., Wednesdaj-,4lprilisfP' break& for the summer.
persist and charged
rumors cuts in food stamps been ad- Plants and fruit are in exceHan&rcondition. ; : -ToM be" "T r. Classes held each Monday
have rates area
possible sale of the swamp to medical care, that we want to several to years reflect nor current market con- The plants have good color r I Speaking the Fair, our livestock afternoon.'a' beginning class from 3-4

private investors and the vote a pay raise for members justed ditions.In and growth, and have a heavy sat of r'I! arid poultry barn should be full again p.m.,and intermediate\ class from

danger of its early loss seems of Congress" is the way one ( to this recommendation quality fruit. Production per Merer J with some outstanding animals, 4-5 p.m.
much more likely now. it. Utilities response? Director Merrill Dees should be well above recent years ilf.j.) There are close tothirty; beef and
,,
member expressed
House that accurate count of utility we continue to have good growing. ) r q a f tty' animals entered, and the
is says an conditions for the next month or so.iinsn.. '. and rabbit entries continue to
The Santa Fe Swamp an Both bodies agreed overwhelmingly poles has been made. The City Clerk's poultry

important recharge area for to turn down office reports that the current rental come In.
proposals "
We should have a good display*efi 1,6004..aleas
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the Florida Aquifer, as well as being charged is $3 per pole per
to hike congressional strawberries in the Agriculture BoottaJ;t There were eighty-one hogs enteredin
contributing to the head- salaries from the current year.During) the year certain at the Fair. April 1st. Most growers .,::1 the Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA,

waters of the Santa Fe River $60,662$ to just under 71000. "agreements" were made betweenthe will put up a fancy flat for exhibitionand Swine Show. Bradford-Union Swfne ConcpletelySold
the the strawberry judging contest. Producers Association officials expect 'Ll
which in turn, flows into City and private enterprises at-
the Florida Tills display generally draws a lot of from 70 to 75 market hogste '
Suwannee and on to the Gulf And now tempting to set forth responsibilitiesfor In 45Min u tes
is doing some of costs incurred for in- interest to the fair-geers, many caHTr make the show.This should be a good j
of Mexico. Therefore, the importance Legislature payment strawberries ai .
stallation of water and sewer lines in believe the are.r! exhibit;especially with the Improvedswine .r.Sixteen< fii'
of its contribution to soul-searching on the very certain subdivisions. Wording of the since they are generally. larg find facilities at the Fairgrounds.A hundred: ,Azalea plants
"" *"* "-
Florida's water system can same delicate issue. House minutes and the Intent of the parties colorful. went, like hoticakes"\ and were
Ralph Haben .. big improvement in facilities this sold out Saturday morning 45 I
be overestimated.The Speaker supports involved were apparently not in :
hardly a $6,000 increase inlegislators' agreement and there were no written The Auction of Strawberrtstyellclose year is a new poultry and rabbit exhibit minutes after the sale started at 8
Times-Union editorial salaries but admIts establishing the responsibilities of the Fair each night his1fso' area.This has increased interest a.m. at the Starke Woman's Club.>
that in Jacksonville agreements of each party. All been an attention getter. The flats among our poultry folks and should Marjorie Stump) club president,'
comments that increasing financialbenefits between the City and generally sell for a couple dollars make the show much better. \ and .)Iona Canova; chairman of
despite all the water for solons will be apolitically other agreements should be in writing and over wholesale, but'we have had one beautification were highly pleased',

wealth of the deep aquifer, tough thing to do signed parties by both parties to avoid future that sold for over $50.00. We are planning : There will also be an increase in the by the overwhelming. public.

pressure levels have been when the 1981 session con- misunderstandings. Adequate cost to put I in fresh flats of, berries number of show steers this year.! response but'j.were. apologetic,
each and continue the ,auction entered and because there not enough
steers were
day were
of one maintained Forty-one i
an average records were not on a job
declining on indication venes April 7, basis to determine costs associatedwith each night. Hope you will stop by the between 33 and 40 should make the plants, for everyone who stood Jn
or two feet each year, an Also booth during the FtI'JI' ;. show. Bradford-Union Cattlemen line to get them. "We could have
State Officers each job. billings were
that the water is being The Florida ':, ',. have been busy with all the details: used at least another 2,000 plants,"
used up faster than it is being Compensation: Commission .I ) r necessary to ,making this show and, rs,Canova said, "but we had no

Eventually recommended that salaries of sale one of the best in the State, I Idea .Ills demand would be so
replaced. '
is understoodabout rank-and-file legislators be !' ) '. .' ?: N-, i J graal'fr,:\' She said &that if arrangement
when more to '. 'MEMSUN Folks In our area have continued to, *can be made with the
the aquifer, limits on raised from $12,000 a year AD/Dap I:Ott Increase their support of both the nuiteries another sale will be heldat

use may be imposed based on flS.OOO and that pay for the N i :\onmee Swine and Steer sales in the last few a later, date.,:. .

answers to questions such as: Speaker and Senate President 2hd rgra.pq Co years. We hope this support con The 10 to 12-inch plants were of

"Shall we limit water use to ye increased from $25,000 to ''' .} tinues. several varieties and sold for 90C
r each in lots of
'" ten.Customers were
the point that the aquifer lasts $37( .500. l77 Q'tUlblr.ESTASIISHED11rf $. -'. Planting activity continues to Increase limited to not more than 20.

for 150 years, or shall we keep But in view of the general EOS0./ERGUSON-IOHNM.MILLER.' hlbllsh.ru.:: '':) J'tI('," NrMICA. in home:gardening and our The sale ,waseo-sponsored, by .
!
growing ana depend on salt of commercial crops. Lawns are green- the,,,Woman's Club and the.
editorial itmosphere austeritf.now .. "i, .. ''Ing and ornamentals and fruit'tr'ees Gainesville .Sun, which stages anazalea
up
water In 50? the pervading the nation it askIng ...."'....,.01.w..4.....;.fft...**-*..-*II'..'.,*nab., ,"..r '\. ,- are beginning to grow. Maybe ,. sale l each year in
continues. too much bar, our ..._..,...wd.r_.".........'119 f I most of our cold weather is over and Gainesville.

"Digging waterways and legislators to follow the good .....""*' ....M......_'" MY..Y...18".A4.W.a.hMMd..tslu we can have some early production. I March has been proclaimed
? .rve" ,"."n.M.M. know I'm ready for some fresh clealH&p.and beautification weekin
of Congressmen .
building (dams, failing topreserve example our ph..w -.aw y '< -..,.... vegetables and sweet corn Starke.Pale .
insuring Ve'll know the'answer come. e.A.cuwww .... .
recharge or ., -.... .. '
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Marchl9,19a1 TELEGRAPH PaICe5AJ7wft1

Sherry E. Trentham

Stephen Alvarez Jr.

Engagement Told [ tde' : : '
( Mr. and Mrs. James Hilliard ,of l

t .., .. ,. ,a Starke, announce the engagement
marriage ol their
+ laugh, Sherry Elizabeth Tren- I "
i ham, to Stephen F. Alvarez, Jr., son (lId,. if loot y ,
u .it Mr. and Mrs. Stephen (Sammy) F. '/ij J7LJ/ :
Y ,Uvarez, Sr., also of Starke. I I
The bride-elect will be a graduate Society Caitor, I nl I'eWJ.
r
#' + 1 JI Bradford High School in June, 1981. fJ/f ::
Stephen Is a graduate of the Bradford- ,
xlvlr Jnfon Vo-Tech School in 1978 and is 964-7608 ) j" .
wp "
1 employed by Olson Underground

Geologist!: Inc. of Jacksonville Fla. ______ __________
tep A garden wedding at the home of ., ,
a 1 :.he bride's parents is planned for y. Matt Waters 1o '3 t>i' Singles Again Will
June %1. 1981. at 0:30: p.m. All family .
Celebrates 5th Meet Friday, Mar. 20
and friends are invited to attend. 4. .
T" .J*
Birthday At Western Steer

Miss Lorissa Mosley ItA Matt Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everyone needs a night out Tiredof
rI Wilbur Waters, celebrated his 5th bir going it alone?
Shower Honoree thday at a party at Captain D's, ',"" Come join us Friday March 20 at
Miss Lorissa Mosley whose mar Saturday March 7. '1 1 Western Steer Steak House for dm-
L- riage to Harvey Rhoden will be an The party area was decorated with '''her. Meet at Suzy Simmons house -
event of April 18, was honored at a '. ..wp+. balloons and streamers.lIU ::ill E. Washington' St. at 7 p.m. Park
,. bridal shower Saturday night March I'' Games were played and each tMld "in back.
I 14, at the Starke Church of God w+ took a trip to the treasure chest before Also, bring yourself and your ideasto
i t Fellowship HaU.Hostesses leaving. Captain D's presented Matt the calendar planning meeting
'r'' for the occasion were .. "' r with a Captain D's T-shirt. it' 'Monday March 23 at Elaine Griffis
/ h '
Swl ?r"1 { home, 806 W. Pratt St. at 7:30:
,;: Mrs. Leon Odom, Mrs. Wayne Davis, Fourteen children helped Mtttt p.m.
,IV sr Mrs. Ricky Mosley Mrs. Larry celebrate his special day between the This is to plari activities for next
J '-i' Mosley and Mrs. Mark Mosley. + hours of 3:00: and 4:30.: month.
1 The nail was decorated in the colors -
l of pink and burgundy. The gifts were
The
u I placed around a bird bath highlightedwith : Lopking Glass -

'" ', !, : palms and fern.The refreshmenttable --. Is Proud To Announce The Return Of
: .' ,'. ;' ,: was T-shaped and covered with Cindy Lawson
I ..., ", white lace over pink linen. Centeringthe Connie Payne
1 table was a bride doll standing on ,
.+' I a pedestal, surrounded with Miss CindLawson Connie regrets the interruption of her services

greenery burgundy carnations and Enters Beauty PageantIn and inconvenience
any incurred through
gladioli. The guest book table no
Reid a book and pictures of the couple. MississippiMiss fault of her own.

h The honoree and mothers were Cindy Lawson, daughter of
,, presented pink crocheted rose cor Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson of Call today for an appointmentThe

.. sages upon arriving. The hostesses Starke, is among the 12 contestants
- --- presented the honoree with a dining for the 1981 Miss Blue Mountain College Looking Glass Styling Center442F
Mr.and Mn. Mark Box room table as a memento of the occa beauty pageant West Madison Street, St rke

slon.oooOOOOOOlOOOOOOOOOIOOOOOW. The pageant will be held on Satur 964-8547
day, March 21 at 8 p.m. in the Modena
Debra Ann Griffis and Mark Dustin Box Berry Lowrey Auditorium Blue
Mountain College Blue Mountain,

Married Saturday, February 14 010010001110100011100000101 Mississippi.

I I I I II'

BHS Woodwin Quartet packaged at a cosi of!95; cents each, to

Miss Debra Ann Griff, daughter of Miss Brenda Wilkinson. They wore Guests of be held in the Florida Bank parking
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Griffis of floor length light blue knit polyester lot on Saturday March 14, beginningat
Lawtey, and Mark Dustin Box, son of gowns and carried colonial nosegays Starke Woman's Club 8 a.m. This sale to be sponsored by
Mrs. Minnie Box were united in mar of daisies, pompoms, miniature car The Starke Woman's Club wall the the Starke Woman's Club) and the
riage on Saturday Feb. 14, at 4:00 nations and baby's breath in the scene of the monthly luncheon Gainesville Sun.
p.m. in the First United Methodist bride's chosen colors. meeting on Wednesday, March 11 at A rummage sale is to be held at the
Church of Starke. Matthew Box, brother of the groom 12 noon, with a St. Patrick's Day club building on March 14 at 9 a.m.
Rev.. Don Parrish minister of the served as best man. Ushers were theme. sponsored by the Woman's Club. The 11
Methodist Church in Lake Butler officiated Rodrique, Terry Mundorf, and Tables were decorated with green proceeds to be used for a trip to
at the ceremony. Chin Register.A and white St. Patrick's Day Disney World for Special Education
Centering the Choir Loft was an reception was held In the Church streamers, and the speaker's table students. 1 I
arch candelabra flanked by two spiral Fellowship Hall immediately followIng held a beautiful arrangement of The Junior Womans' Club will pre
candelabrum. The chancel held two the ceremony. The cake table, yellow silk spring flowers. Mrs. sent a Strawberry Queen Pageant on
standing arrangements of glade carnations covered with a white lace cloth was James R. Reddish, Homelife Chairman March 28. at 8 p.m. in the High School
daisies and baby's breath in centered with a 4-Uered wedding assisted by Mrs. J.W. Kincaid Auditorium. Advanced tickets will be 4
white, yellow, and pale Dlue shades. cake, encircled with( fern and flowers Mrs. O.L. Beasley, Mrs. V.J. $2 for adults and $1 for /
Two tree-candelabra were in either in the bride's chosen colors. Mrs. Spengler. Mrs. A.Y. CoviAgton Mrs. children/Tickets at the door will be
comer of the chancel rail. Ethel Norman and Mrs. Laura Guy Sale, Mrs. J.A. Griffin and Mrs. S2.50 and $1.50, respectively.
Wedding music was rendered by Padgett cut and served the cake. C.H. Nasworthy served a delicious Miss Beth Boland from the University
organists Mike Prescott and.. Cindy The punch table, covered with a luncheon. of Georgia will present a vocal $$I $ 6853 Starke
"l.McR". and sb1 l..fi Katlf'c. { f\ nd white lace cloth, held a crystal punch Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs. Jeannette concert recital with a reception'
:.flevtn'NePla .wiq 'li bowl and was encircled with greenery Kincaid nwde-a donation of following on March,at7l3Opin'.iat"5!
Given In nt.rrlue by hf1fit; )) and 'flowers.-;Presiding at the punch twenty-five dollars each to the Starke the Woman'sClub at Starke.r- Also and
'tne brIde cadre ii au u91 gown bowl were Ms. Darlene Wood and Ms. Woman's Club. The May Breakfast will be held al( Repairs Remodelmgi. I
with a Queen Anne neckline, an em Mary Taylor. Miss Cindy Norman Mrs. W.H. Thompson president of the club building on May 16, 1981,
pire waist with a bow in back. The passed out the rice bags. the club presided over the meeting.
bodice was accented with a spray of The couple will take a wedding tripat Mrs. W.B. Mundy gave the devotional
seed pearls with Chantilly Bishop a later date. entitled "Remember to Pray" and
sleeves. The gown featured key-hole The bride is a senior at Bradford stressed a national need for prayer
back and the skirt was trimmed in High School and is employed at and prayer for our leaders. Membersand
Chantilly lace. The full length veil McDonald's.The guest gave the pledge of ONE
was trimmed with Chantilly lace.The groom is a graduate of BHS and allegiance to the flag and sang
bride carried a long graceful cascade is serving in the U.S. Navy. He has "America the Beautiful", accom-
of red roses and baby's breath. recently! graduated from the Nuclear panied by Mrs. L.A. Canova. Guests i
The maid of honor was Ms. Cathy Power Program in Orlando. were welcomed and introduced. ',. IT.I''. ,
.Hicks. IJridal.attendants were Miss The couple is residing at the Bradford New members welcomed to the (n') oil) lull bebnl!) 1
gknet'Griff is.' >sister> of the bride Miss Village Apartments. club include: Mrs. Paul Faulkner, oJ .0 6'1 e1w1tP.ti$ !f, "JI\\q\\! o[thR.BrDOm andeS Mrs. George W. Roberts Jr., Mrs. -t-:tam 'IIIIW: liB.
t ( 111a, I11dT! Herbert Thomas Mrs. Millard Judd, >:' ? gninnilanal '<. .u' ONE
._.! .'{_sllIno.....,. IL'N... .9. ''YI.' ,,." If. "111 *" Mrs. M.A. Payne Sr., and Mrs. Gary .u.Ira119'li, .1,1
K. Stephens.
,, s The Seth Griffith'sTo Mrs. Joan Chitty, Nominating Committee '1 "' a91JJ' Ub ; vlr:
'ea694arst Celebrate 50th Member presented the following 19W91 '1 ArldJVdt
slate of officers for the coming I t"' .w.
t Wedding AnniversarySeth year 1961-1982: president Mrs. J.D. 111mJ'I lay14 .Ii; .
io, ,
Qi i ij ir Warren first vice-president Mrs. .1 JIII, iibinR i, EE
tlt$ db ? (Small) and Hilda Griffith ;
r with a 50th Anniversary Open House L.T. Young; second vice-president ',,,
nlnunnrt
Saturday, March 21, from 2 to 4:30: Mrs. A.J. Barry; third vice-president .0
?j 1yy at their home. Mrs. Lester Rudd; fourth vice- II 'p') bU \1 J'''.'
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p.m. ,t 1 i.l'i ",
1
Mrs. lqu7q
president Douglas Hardy; r :
All friends and relatives are cordially ,
NO 1Jt'dh.1' P A.
Mrs. Frank
invited to attend recording secretary I
: ""III<'!ilrllll > 'i".IIiJ'lIll" -
cat Brown; treasurer- Mrs:".F. Dorko;
"u. ,..- :'htl; ,,'
$ corresponding secretary Mrs. John \
i rrn 1 Griffin; publicity chairman Mrs. ::4"b"f/ t11D1\llt1L\ .. '. .;.:.:. :" .

I 'Ja9 fit', James Blackshear. .'....... ..,Ij
Rosa Nell Hull '
;
"Iill r
9dt'd1 J'Mi nu'tkfltVao Mrs. V.J. Spengler presented Mike \ 'I 1i1'1" .. '' :
; ; ; :
13 M Charles E. ,f: utcheson II Woodfln Bradford High School BandMaster 1\ .. JlInJ: .1"-1. I \: :
od.'It.. lfj\d I\o..n }
) ) \
who spoke of the performance ,
To Wed March 21 .. ..! .,. .!'. ,.
abnotl and accomplishment of I. ': "ft 'iI.; '''''' ; ,!
,
[ aPP.
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; ff ',i Miss Rosa Nell Hull, daughter of members of the band. He presentedthe : : .. .
Idits
Mrs. Rosa Lee Hull and the late Mr. Bradford High School Woodwind 'ff\fY.l'ji\ :i \ "
Boiaiid ;; ...., ...,d. ....
Beth Ray C. Hull, Sr., of LaBelle and quartet composed'of Bryan Clark, I'I.i'j.;! ,r.. "t .; ....
Charles E. Hutcheson II, son of Mr. Teresa Bauldree, Tammy Cohens and .O.\OIlIJ".I"'J" !.,:, ). :!...
and Mrs. Charles E. Hutcheson of Dewayne Lennon. They played Diver. ," /. "f'. 1:"""'.J. .i1.. '.. f. it
Woman's Club .
Starke .. (
.
'
Starke, will be united in marriage Umtnto by Mozart. 'j 1 ... :. ;{. :. ;,:
To Sponsor Voice. Saturday, March 21 at 3 p.m. in First Mrs. L.A. Canova announced that f I. .J

Recital Saturday\ Baptist Church in Clewiston. Starke will begin clean-up andbeautiflcation : ..
All friends and relatives[ are invitedto for the period of March
The Woman's Club of Starke will attend. 1 through April 1. She also announceda '
sponsor, a Voice! I Recital by Beth sale .of azalea plants individually
.
Boland of Athens, Georgia at 7:30 \ 9.1 r

pm. Saturday.' ,lmT Afafth 21., at tM ". r +

clubhouse.Miss Boland. a senior voice student PREFERRED BY .

of Cheryl Boyd'ettthe'Univenlty of '
Georgia, is the granddaughter of Mrs/ ,I'.
H.L' Speer and tb*>'grand niece of, I' SO MANY W.I.. ,/ '
Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. G.".' ) :
'
McGriff, all of Stark. ( '.: "

roles Miss In Boland musical has held revues many musical leading A funeral service is a most personal expression of I "f ; tij tri

theatre and opera.'She Is working tribute. It should'' be planned .according to in J t
.
toward a Bachelor of Music Degree In dividual wishes. That is why we at DeWitt C. Jones :'j 1'a' ?
.
voice performance and a Bachelor of. : :
Funeral Home go to great,, lengths to assure complete
Fine Arts in acting. ''"'- ;;; .l' :T
Miss Boland recently completed the. freedom of selection: Selections are made in ::!._.- ,..iaIt .

opera La Ptrlcholt by Jacques! Offen. privacy and with full information. That is another 'f.tt" .;! '?"t': THU'.Cft.&v' -
bach In which she held the title role. .. "'!r'"
Last summer Miss Boland received aacholarshlp. reason that for more than 65 years so manyfamilies :,'. ..:,.. ..,.a J
..&0 the .Chautauqua 'hiJl.! .1 have preferred the DeWitt C. Jones : ::= ..\

stitutlon in New York to furthei'-heri' Funeral Home.. ,., .." ---20 11' .
For the last rt .
study of voice and opera. f .
three years she'has'sung with .The. ... . n ra; : j Her e' yoaichance'
s ,
to treat
Board of Directors, ', an Athens;dance DeWitt C. Jones Banton Futch : : t. ,k'... : .....i. of ?a,, ;,.,r3' friend to something special. Just a
band. 'ill' '""'"" '
Miss Boland' will be accompaniedby Steve Futch Harold Johnson : I buy your favorite Sundae and we'll' ,.; to-.
Bryant-of Elberton. Ga., give you another one free (same size of
Tommy 't
who is a piano performance major at DeWitt C. Jones j. ;. .,' course) Rich.: thick hot fudge Smooth. '
: .
the .UnIv.. of,da. -Mr. Bryant holds I 301 N: (Temple Ave.) Starke: tbtitterypgrpreel( Juicy-red strawberry.
many scholastic and' performance 'Ttieyreallbnsdle. So treat a f fMQUEEN' friend to a
awards for excellence; and has been Funeral Home "+.. 'J 'SLIndae: your participating DAIR"KAM y
selected for a Rotary International ",,>,; store: '
l graduate fellowship to study piano. In : >.'j'!.-'. I

Vienna Austria next year. is Stark 964-6200 K" y.'an. Mg'.. 473-3176 j : : r. 71 .'.WI'TIIVOU RIGHT' "
Admission is free and the public' /
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Page 8A TELEGRAPH March: 19.1tSI .0 \....
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at attorney tor M.lv in'COUNTY,\ Drive, Leamington On. against the. estate or* Anthony R':"Hayes. JM$ '
any to It. on the I'A 1 miles past Highway Cat No..
plaintiff's attorney 301 on left side of rood Smith and Joyce B. 81-20-CP. taro' Canada required WITHIN. THREE N. T.mp"'v.' ., Stark,,
Smith his wile. '' ,YOU ARE. NOTIFIED MONTHS FROM THE Fl. 32091. sole own.
In' ESTATE OF
I what name and address going west; more pan rei
LEGAlS L It Dudley P. Hardy tlcularly described as the} freeholders, which petition AUGUST LOUIS that a Petition for DATE OF THE FIRST doing' business under the
the" of marriage THIS firm of
Dissolution OF'
was spread upon PUBLICATION nerve HAYES
Enquire, Pierce A Hardy W% of the SW'/4 of theSE BOBENHAUSEN,.Decal ,
'/ and the NE'/i of theSE minutes of a meeting of '*d. hat been filed againstyou NOTICE to file with the ELECTRIC. eV AIR CONDI.
IN THE CIRCUIT tonal representativevenue P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030 / of the SW'/4, except the said Board of County NOTICE OF .and thar Is a demand clerk of the above count TtON, "";359 N.. Temple
COURT EIGHTH or jurisdiction of Stark.. Florida 32091 one acre In the NW corner Commissioners held on ADMINISTRATION''' In the Petition that 'a written statement of Av*., 'Slork/ Fl. 32091: .f,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN the court. and file the original with 210' and alto March 16 1981. requesting the Court award that car- any claim or demand '. InNnel."'.. ,register .told
AND FOR BRADFORD ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS the clerk of the above th. Sof square'the SEVi; of the that told Board The administration, of loin property owned by they may hov. Each f Ictltlavt flame "tender the"
COUNTY FLORIDA. NOT SO FILED styled court on or SW'except the easterly close and abandon portion th" estate of AUGUST > you and your wife, IIN- claim must b* In writing provision of, aforesaid I
PROBATE DIVISION WILL BE FOREVER BARRED before. April 30 1981 326.1 feet all of Sec., of a county graded LOUIS BOBCNHAUSEN, PA L. OUELLETTE. as and must Indicate, the .total*. '
Cat No. 61-10-CP. otherwise a ludgm.nt tion 22 Township 9 rood and renounce and deceased File Number tenants by the entirety basis for the claim the' Dated this| 12th day of

In r*: Estate of ALVINW. Date of the First may be for entered the againstyou relief South Rang 22 E. of disclaim any right of 81-20-CP, It pending In locot.d at Keystone name and. address of' the ,Morchi ,A.D. 1981 |In
KIRKLAND Deceot- publication of this Notice Bradford County Bradford County the Circuit ,Court for Heights' Clay County creditor or hit agent or Bradford County!
of Administration: March demanded In the complaint Florida of which Defendant Florida and the public In Bradford County Florida and mora par attorney and the Florida, 3/13 4tpd "/7.
ed.NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION 19. 1981. or petition. Doyle Starling owns' and to the land 'lying Florida Probate DM.tlon tlculary described as: amount claimed. If the
I./St_. Kirkland, and WITNESS my hand and an undivided one-half Interest within told portions of .' the address of claim Is not yet due, the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Ronnl. Lee Klrklond th. seal 1 of this Court on at tenant In comas sold county road said which It Bradford County, lot 2. Block I and dot when It will become FOR BRADFORD COUNTY -
Th. administration of Personal Represen March 16 1981. mon road being described at Courthouse North Tempi Lot II. Block 3, SANDY due shall b* stated. If FLORIDA. PROBATE.
$th. .ttat of ALVIN W. tatives. Gilbert S. Brown At follows: .' Avenue, Stark., SHORES 1/2./ blng' the claim It contingent or DIVISION., File NQ.
KIRKLAND, d.ceated. PIERCE HARDY P.A., Clerk of the Court. By: the property of the Commence at the Northerly Florida 32091 The name recorded In Official unliquidated the natureof :81-12-CP.O-3268)( ).
Fil. Number 81-10-CP George H. Pierce P.O. Marian McRa, at Deputy above-named defendant boundary of the and, address of the Personal Record Book 256 Page the uncertainty shall In re: ESTATE 'OF
1-3267 It pending the Drawer 1030 Stark, Clark and that on the South Vi of the SE'/4 of Jtprtntatlv 347 'lying and situate in b* stated If the claim it SOPHIE FISHER Dee_..
:'119 9.
Circuit Court for Bradford Florida 32091 Attorney tchg 13th day of April 1981. NW'/ of Section 23; and of th*' Personal'Representatlv.'s : Section 10. Township 8, secured, the security ed
County. Florida. for Personal Representative IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Monday at on. o'clock Township S South Range attorney Rang 23, of the public shall b* described. The NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
Probate Divltlon th. address !. ALACHUA COUNTY. on told day at the nor- 22 East and dead-ending ore set forth records of Clay County claimant shall deliver
of which It Bradford 3/19 2tchg 3/26 CASE NO. ao-l 55.CA. thwtt entrance of the within that said quarter below. Florida.to sufficient .copies of the TO ALL PERSONS tlA V.

County Courthout. r>iv. H. Bradford County Cour- .section and running All Interested parsons claim to ,the clerk to ING CLAIMS 01
North T.mpl. Av.nu., IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF AMERICAN LUMBER A thout, I will olfer for along the Easterly boundary are required to file with' your wife, LINDA L. enable the clerk to mail 'DEMANDS AGAINST THABOVE
Stork.. Florida 32091. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL HOME CENTER. INC.. sole and sell to the thereof, for approximately the court WITHIN THREE OUELLETTE. as a lump one copy to each personal ESTATE AND All
Th. namet and ad- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN .tc., Plaintiff, highest bidder for cash. 200 feet. MONTHS FROM THE sum at alimony and you representative.All 'OTHER PERSONS IN.TERESTEQ .
dr..... of th. Pertonal AND FOR BRADFORD v. In hand, the obove- All interested parties DATE OF THE FIRST* .ore required to serve a parsons InterestedIn IN THE ESTATE:
Representatives and the COUNTY FLORIDA. DOYLE STARLING. described property at may appear and b* PUBLICATION OF THIS copy of your written the estate to whom a YOU ARE HEREBY
attorney of the Personal CIVIL ACTION d/b/a DOYLE STARLING the property of the said heard at the time and' NOTICE: ((1)) All claims' d.f.n..1f any. to the copy of this Notice of Administration NOTIFIED: that! In** administration ,.
Rprtntatlvt or. set Case No. 8198CA. PLASTERING, Defendant to satisfy told place above specified. against the estate and Petition on the peti hot been of th"*,
forth below: In re: The Marriage of Defendant Execution. DATED this 16th day of ((2)) any objection by ,an boners attorney whose mailed are required estate of Sophie ,Fisher
Steve Klrklond Rout. EDWARD LEE COMBS. NOTICE OF BRADFORD COUNTY March A.D.. 1981. Interested person td' name and address Is WITHIN THREE MONTHS deceased file Numbe.81.12.PI.3268).I .
:2, Box 2419: Stark, Husband AND SHERIFF'S SALE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS whom notice was malted' Pierce' < Hardy P.A. FROM THE DATE OF THE ) It Ben
Florida 32091: Ronnie DOROTHY D. COMBS NOTICE IS HEREBY Bradford County OF that challenges the P.O. Drawer 1030 FIRST PUBLICATION OF ding 'In the Circuit Court
L.. Kirkland Post Office Wif. GIVEN that I I. Dolph E. Florida. BRADFORD COUNTY. validity of the will), th*' Stark*, Bradford County THIS NOTICE to file any for ,BRADFORD- County
Box 147. Hom.rvill. NOTICEOF Reddish. Sheriff of Brad. 3/19 4tchg 4/9. FLORIDA. qualifications of the par-; Florida 32091 and file objections they may Florida Probate Division
Georgia 31634 SUIT- ford County Florida BY: Gilbert S. Brown tonal representative, the original with the have that challenges the the address of
All Interested persons NO PROPERTYTO under. and by virtue of a Public Sal* Clerk of said Board. venue or jurisdiction of Clerk of this Court either validity of the decedent'swill which Is Bradford/ County
or. required to file with : DOROTHY D, Writ of Execution TO: WHOM IT MAY 3/19 Itchg. the court. before service on Peti the qualifications of Courthouse, N.; Temple
the court WITHIN THREE COMBS 2019 Dennlston heretofore issued out of CONCERNRE ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS tioner's attorney or Immediately the personal representative Avenue, Stark, Florida I
MONTHS FROM THE Avenue, Roanoke, the abov.-entitl.d : Public Sale of Four ((4)) NOTICE OF NOT SO FILE) thereafter, on or the venue or 32091 f. The personal '
DATE OF THE FIRST Virginia 24019 Court. in the above- Used Patrol VehiclesThe INTENTIONTO WILL BE FOREVER BAR.. or before April 13. 1981. jurisdiction of the Court representative of th*
PUBLICATION OF THIS YOU ARE HEREBY styled cause, have levied Bradford County REGISTER RED otherwise a default will ALL CLAIMS, estate It FLORENCE M.
NOTICE: ((1)) All claims NOTIFIED that an action upon the following property Sheriff Deportment will FICTITIOUS Dot of the flrtt be entered against you DEMANDS AND OBJEC PANKOW what address
against the .stale and for Dissolution of marriage situate, 'lying and tell the following NAME publication of this Noticeof for the relief demandedIn TIONS NOT SO FILED 'is.. :2550 'Anjellno
((2)) any objection( by an hat been filed being in Bradford County described vehicles Administration: March the Petition, WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Circle W.. Colorado Spr.
Interested person to against Dorothy D. Florida to-wlt: March 23. 1981. at 3:00 Pursuant to Section 12. 1981. This notice thai) b* RED Ings, Colorado. "The
whom notice was mailed Combs, and you or. required p.m. at the Bradford 863.09. Florida Statutes Maydell T. published one each Data of the first name and address of the
that challenges the to serve you a copy of Real property locatedon County Jail. Vehicles can notice It hereby given Bobenhauten Personal week for four consecutive publication of this Noticeof personalrepresentative's'
validity of the will the written defenses, If Highway 225 north of b* Inspected prior to 'that the undersigned Representative, Rout I; weeks In the Administration: March attorney .
aualificationt, of the oar- your lawtey "Florida about tale by appointment. RICHARD L. CRANE 607 Box 232 Lawty Florida Bradford County 12. 1981. are set forth
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Vehicles will be told Individually Melton Terrace, Slarke, 32058.B Tlgraph. /s/G. Kathleen below:

for cash to the Fl. 32091, sole owner Kemp Haskell El-. Doted this 9th day of Carter, As Personal All persons having
highest bidder doing business under the quire, 6909 Blondlng March; 1981.Gilbert Representative of the claims or d.mand.again" .
((1) 1977 Chevrolet 4 dr firm name of HOME Blvd., Jocksonvll, S. Brown Estate of Martha M. the estate are
Bradford L'nionRealtors I etvs Impala V-8, I.D. No. MAINTENANCE. 607 : WITHIN THREE
Florida' 32210 ((904)) Clerk' By: Marian Spencer Jackson required
I L69L7S 177760, Melton Terrace, Stark., 778-4838 Attorney for] McRa. as Deputy Clerk. Deceased. MONTHS FROM THE
((2)) 1977 Ford LTD 4 dr Fl. 32091 Intends to Personal Represen 3/12 4tchg '12. ATTORNEY FOR PER DATE OF' THE FIRST
V8. I.D. No. register said fictitious PUBLICATION OF THIS
tative. SONAL REPRESENTATIVE
Bradford-Union Board of Raalter Announce 7U63S139S9S. name under the provisions 3/12 2tchg 3/19. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT : George H. NOTICE to HI. with the
Private Property Wk and Conttt ((3)) 1978 Chevrolet 4 dr of aforesaid FOR BRADFORD COUN Pierce, P.O. Drawer clerk of the above court
Sedan V-8. I.D. No. statut NOTICE OF TY. FLORIDA PROBATE 1030 Stark. Florida a written .tat.ment of
1L69L8S139799. Doled this 19th day of INTENTIONTO DIVISION File NO. 32091. ) claim or demand
Telephone ((904) any
The private property Improvement contest would consist of two cotegorlei, residential ((4)) 1978 Ford LTD 4 dr March, A.D. 1981 In REGISTER 81.21-CP(1.3276)( ). 964-9701. they may hav. Each
and commercial. Since the board covert two counties thr will b* two divisions, V8. I.D. No. Bradford, Florida. 3/19 FICTITIOUS
In r*: ESTATE OF MAR 3/12 2tchg 3/19. claim mutt b* in writing
on. for Bradford and on. for Union Counties. The reason that th.Board sponsors this 8U63$122657. 4tpd 4/9. NAME' THA M, SPENCER and must Indicate the
contest It to remind our neighbor that the right to own transfer and use land It fundamental Dolph E. Reddish. Section JACKSON. Deceased. NOTICE OF bails for the claim the I
Pursuant to I
to our free enterprise system and the only way to keep these essentlol private Sheriff Bradford County Florida Statutet.notice : NOTICE OF INTENTION'TO name and address of the I
property right Is to protect them.To Florida. NOTICE OF 869.09 Is ADMINISTRATIONTO REGISTER creditor or hit agent or' I
hereby giventhat
be eligible' to enter the contest you mutt have Improved property sometime between 311911chg. INTENTIONTO the undersigned, ALL PERSONS HAV. FICTITIOUS attorney. and th* I
May I. 1980 and hove completed before April 30. 1981. The Residential entries NOTICE REGISTER Loretta J. Merchant 113E. ING CLAIMS OR NAME amount claimed. If the

may consist of hornet or oportmentt. Interior and exterior. Commercial Includes Interioror NOTICE OF HEARING ON FICTITIOUS Call St.. Stork. Fl. DEMANDS AGAINST THE Pursuant to Section claim it not yt due, the
exterior Improvements. The winners of this contest will receive gilts from merchants PETITION FOR CLOSING NAME 32091 sole doing ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL dot when It will become
owner 869.09 Florida Statutes,
In Bradford/Union area. So If you hove mad a change In your horn or business In the AND ABANDONMENTOF business under the firm OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED notice, It hereby given due shall bt stated. II if
past year why not enter? All you need to do It fill out your PORTION OF COUNTY Pursuant to Section name of BRET JERRY1, IN THE ESTATE: that the undersigned the claim I Is contingent or
GRADED ROAD L y.ING 869.09 Florida Statutes, 113 E. Call St., Stark. Fl. YOU ARE HEREBY Richard L. P.O. unliquidated. the nature
Beymer,
Name. AND BEING IN THESE notice the It hereby undersigned giventhat 32091 Intends to NOTIFIED that, the administration Box 222. Starke, Fl. ol, the uncertainty shall|
of the be stated. If the claim it
/i
OF NW/4 OF SECTION register said fictitious
WM. E. STARNER Rt. 3. 32091 sole owner doing
..
of .
estate securedth
Address 29 TOWNSHIP 9 under the Martha.M.v "- security
Box 499. Starke. Fl. name provisions business undertheflrm
SOUTH. RANGE 22 EAST. Spencer Joeks'ori/\ ': shall udescrtbed..The
of aforesaid MRI'FTXtTT-MOa11
noln. 'of : :
32091 and, H. MICHAEL j
Phone Category (fCeammarclal) {")residentiallocation MCLEOD:/LAKE BUTLER statut 24 ,n'ld.cl\IJ..edC\J'Ai..nl'fu"\ '} ,r to ,W"CUll' St., Starke, Fl. clalmdnsvTWball tadeHver\ ,
TO WHOM IT MAY.CONCERN FL. Joint, owners, doing Dated this 26th day of Bl-2l-CPl-3276)' ( Circuit) it CoJrV"for n''32091, Inlands toregister sufficient copies. of th.,
"ding In h. dark
\ claim to the 'to
of Prop.tyDlvl.lon business under the firm February A.D. 1981 In said fictitiousname
BRADFORD County noble the clerk to mail
Starke, Florida 2/26
under the -
name of THE BUTCHER provisions
You will take nolle 4tchg 3/19. Florida' Probate Division one copy! to each per.;
(interior/exterior). BLOCK. Cor. S. of aforesaid
'
the address of
that in accordance with sonal representative.
the provision of Section WatarSRlOO( ). and Stan. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF which It Bradford County statute. All persons InterestedIn
Mail entry to bury StS., Stark. Fl. Dated this 5th day of
336.09 through 336.12. THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Courthouse, N. Temple the estate to whom q
221 W. Lafayette St. Florida Statutes, a public 32091 Intends '0r.gl.t.r CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Avenue Stark., Florida March A.D. 1981 In copy of this Notice of Administration
Starke, Fla. hearing will b* held by said fictitious BRADFORD COUNTY. 32091. The personal' 4tpd Starke 4/2., Florida. 3/12 has been.
the Board of County name under the provisions FLORIDA. representative of the mailed are required..
The out of area judges have been chosen by the board to select the winners In this Commissioners of Bradford of aforesaid CIVIL ACTION estate is G. KATHLEEN NOTICE OF WITHIN THREE MONTHS!;

years contett. They will b* In contact with you at to the time they will judge your entry. County Florida, in statut Case No. 81105CA. CARTER what address INTENTIONTO FROM THE DATE OF, THE
Who knows, you may b* the lucky winner and the winner property will appear in Th. the County Commis Dated this 19th day of In re: Th. Marriage of 1.1710 E. Call St., Star'.. REGISTER FIRST PUBLICATION:; : OF
Bradford County Telegraph. sioner's Courtroom In March A.D. 1981 In RONALD J. OUELLETTE Florida 32091 The name FICTITIOUS THIS NOTICE,flip\ any
The purpose of Private Property Week It to reaffirm the right of every American to the Bradford County Bradford, Florida. 3/19 Husband, and LINDA .L. and address of the personal NAME objections 'theynnaYhave

own property and to preserve the private property rights. assured us by the Constitution.The Courthouse In Starke, Itchy! 4/9. OUELLETTE. Wile. representative's thdt chate"ng| /h*
Bradford/Union Board of Realtors Issue a cCH'dlall"vltation to oil local) resident to Florida on Monday. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF NOTICE attorney are set forth Pursuant to Section, validity'..of/ the deeoYnt
observe Private Property Week and to participate In our contest. April 6. 1981 ot 10:00: FLORIDA EIGHTH OF ACTIONTO below: 865.09. Florida Statutes' vflll.> :; > r-lit' <;)"" of
o'clock A.M. on the Petition JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN : RONALD J. All persons having notice it hereby given the'p1: [ ort '
of George H. Pierce! AND FOR, BRADFORD OUELLETTE. 174 Seacliff claims or demands that the undersigned/1. ,, .; c 101 tafl'i. ' i i \iataMonao \ r '
4 K C K ""CC K -,,-"" "" __... .....K rr ( .... -"""- -L .u l (rl.dl 'o lij' < I'ALL ei a3 f>I-t3AItJ S.
DEMANDS A IDkJIIEGTIONS :
'nofj JNOY 'so1'D=ILED

Ralph Bryan Real Estate You con trust 3 r" I WiLU 5Et1ORVBI)1d1AR! .
," i1'frJ ,r HED ;.1'I :'.
aiow.caJfs* REALTOR CH ." \ :tnOW !Jrtt ,1 '.flat obfWtbiElJfnt!
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m publication of iMdNBUct
(Cor. US 301 A Call St.) I., .iimu' 'U qf.AdrnirvistgettarrjJfarchrtOimiisrD
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964-8783 ANYTIME 4tn I ''I u.r'MI :
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AY-FXIDAY'-5 p.m. SATURDAY '.12 ERR REAL 1uI1FCLA; ; wK;'nR\t.t.I: :,. f'YefiMkl M: tlt!.d"ronal r .

Cvenlngt and Sunday by appointment FHULKNEFi -, STARKE FLORIDA ; EdQt, ''J. p'1j' per. ,

Ralph f. Bryan, REALTOR ''Office >.t an I D p.

.4% ASSUMMAclf MORTGAGE TO QUALIFIED BUYER on REALTY ESTATE 964-5231 ;'" "It SAfiMI: -. F OR.I.r!

hit nearly new masonry ham 4 bedrooms 2'/i both.. i .' E1 r H.pt .

replace( cent. h* t/alr $48.000. S&4-5OS5 I J ffl F J ea/fa/a/. :;-cale. & ifpprGii" r : sr r,,4 __ ,
'3 ACRES |lust out of city limits. Zoned for hornet or .d", 1030. Stark.. flotido/
mobile ha...... 7000. : a 'GIANOMAS'HOUSE 32091. TtUpron. ((904)
BUYS This 2-story !horn with S bedrooms, 2 baths could be 964-S701. -

MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost 1 acr I In 221 lafayette St. Across from Wishbone fixed up to b* quit a shewplac Built around ":ll. 3 I22tchg3: 19. _

town 3 BR 2 full baths Block !to..... LR. fo.... Rm. Cent Apartments for Rent $39,000.00.
Heat/air' Almas new stove Ref. 8. dishwasher Office Space Far Rent .. -
1 L f
$45,000.'MODERN. JUST REDUCED '
\ This lovely' 3 bedroom 2 bath modified A-frame CLASSIFIID AO ., '
Income home
Producing Properties I Roberts
BRICK HOME Just Inside' City an I acre 3 BR
.n 1.07 acres In th* has been Deadline for insertion
country lust reduced! to
2 Both Pam Rm. fire Place Cent Heat/air closed!
garage > B pecan trees. Can pay equity and assume m'A" Hwy 301 S. over 400' frontage with 3 buildings and thrivIng I i "2.000.00. Let us show you this gem of a home. TUESDAY "NOON
Mtg. of approx. S2 .SGO. Total cost49900. bu.I".... :2 chicken forms, 1 layer 1 pullet.Lg. Real Estate preceding Thursday befor
NEW LISTING
B publication. ,
This 3 .bedroom, 2 bath home with Minimum 92.50.:
2-story horn, great location. over 1300 square charge
WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE 4 BR 2 Bath :24 x 60 OW
Mobile Home Cent Heat/air I wood burning heater. 964-7828 98Q Temple feet .Is located! near Southslde SchoolvThls home Is in (Coven )15 Words).

Dishwasher, stove .... Good condo 27700. Can ,'/. acres with beautiful trees, 'located country club area excellent condition./ 121.500.00.1t: VsSUfotf ,'.,.* Each-- word over 19
hat 3 BR, 2 bath.Just : ;- c'tislOcets'N
assume existing mfg. appx. $12,000. GEORGE ROIERTS-6oker' LOOK AT THIS 'J'flfSt t/' $* responslble| 'for errors

Cor. lot Screened-ln off Sessent Road 4 BR brick-veneer with 2'both on ASSOCIATES: This IIt"'rm. 2 bath ham It on nice corner''J 'lot. .wli.ngiven, over ,the)phone
Neet 2 BR Frame, front perch i Weekends and Evenings' Call
closed back porch. 22500. >. I acre. 1 Richard Robert.964-S599 Ann Godwin. 96458S91Patiy Large master .bedroom has lots of close>.*-*. Convenient 'aAvfiert'copy It not typed
to schools and shopping. $37.000.00 'and brought to th. offic..
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Sllcox- '.. ..7' Norman 964-59661
Heddlng
6 C/B homes priced from $32.500 to 43000. crr': -
'GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Fram en 2 crs with pecan peer John 1. Smith .....'217 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY J ,
fig ft citrus treat room for another hem or mobile "I.
hem and rent haute Reduced to S23.0OO. 20;/ ecre with 6 BR I'/t story home aver tOO frontage, HOMES-ITA.ICI'nt. 3 plus acres sorted for apartments. Walking distance ,
hat nice workshop on 30IN. IB. frm. garage. WxlOO1 .let-Celllni PI. to Bradford Square $28.700.LAND ,.
'2',, acres ".000 S Acres $'.OGO Terms. .Fran. !home en 2 lots with wereheuse-Wolnut St.

$ BR ham with 4 acres also $ MH hookups 8 apartment -'2BR. IB. Black, Fenced 62S Pinewood Dr. LAND LAND m
.3 Acres ft Up $3.000 A. Lawtey City Water and sidewalks Stern *d. -3BR, pc... Block, nlcs 1320 Searing St. 16 crs an Rood 227 $32.000.00: 3Mtrs Y
12% down 10 yr. "'/ % Int. -311. 2B. 3100 .... ".LA. *,r.. 1A.. w/"" .'....100w. | 10 acres onG.Igertoad $2S,000.00-Owner Financing .\ '.' ,

3 BR I bath from. $24.900. .From. horn, good location 28R,2B-Pai4i. Flee. 1 acre tot. Crosby Lk 16.700.00 Phone 664-7700 t

SR23OE 5'/ acres fine strand of harvestoble timber OUT-OF.TOWN HOMO 7 Mre r lawM.tit ,IS,500.00 393 N. Temple Avert}

surveyed! for 9 lot subdivision $22.500. Strawberry acres, nice brick ham with 2 bath-10 acres. -3IR. IB. frm. 21 acres. 3-cr gerege-M.L. Starling Rd. /. ecree.Union County -, f4ilt.800.0a

./11.11, from, large tot, ..... Butter.3BR. lacy.. -L.wpey. > S17.5oo.CIo .
[....ppro.. 20 acret US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded! 3 building lots In city. 2.. Stucco, Flreplece Ml South. 2 'lots. S.I. section Storke 15.000.00 each -3 ..are.m, 1 Iath:

I$3,000 per A. with terms .large lot, 2 mobile hornet-Sempson leke Rd.Beautiful. I lets Orange)Street $..800.00 fireplace, cer..r If'-:f;

120 Ralford! 2 houses one 16.000 the other 32.250. 4 '..2', I brick *,.. IOA-W. of lewtey. Associates Evenings $37.500. I
: Acres wooded pines $23.000. and $24,000 with .From S BR, 1$. .lg.outbtd' ....,.. 4'#% A.-Stero .... Terry A. Galnes-7I2-3YM Key C. Waters-964-6941 >PeW** Nurtery, Call! fordetails.
I t.,,,,.. We have '.7 acres In the Ralford area with well septic ,3 1R. 1$. from*, 100x7 lot. w/..,..* lit Hamate*. Ellen. Stonley-473-MeS Patsy N. lawtan9646t27Corner '. >.

and light pole.HANDYMAN .Pool 1. FP. 3... 2B. Brick-Country Club rei -300 ait OM' ".wt., ,,,downer -
-I Acre mobile Horn Let $...OGO. ... 2. .... will Hnenc : ',
Large, approx. ., 38R, 1001. ,r "71.I ,
WI HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All YOUR REAl SPECIALi $...000. : : -Specie! 2 crt with '4.
ACREAGE bedroom: ,1 hath @ib,
(n''TINEEDS. ,
_.CALL US AT 944-S7M ANVTIMi DAY OR NICHTI 1 Properly Management Services '7 eves. 2 trailer .ho..-ups Crosby L". Shores... I roam with flr.pleee. In city
Appraisals 'Lake Lot Sampson L.... d PP I 'LJypti limits "/
AFTER HOURS Are "
Susan M.Faulkner-REALTOR-944-SOe9 Approximately. acres In! lawtey *

Lillian C. PearsonBrokerSalesmen / NevltWerdBrokerSalesman I Irene L. Faulkner REALTOR-ASSOCIATE-f64.5112 .4 acres-OH SR333: ..: ,. ... Evenings FINN taM
4 lueill.Spry-IROKER SALESMAN-964-B420 / acre Mobil. Horn lot WeedUnd Acres. ---..... ." Vernl Odom, BrkrCRI.

Office mgr f 94-7454 Sandra W. Reddish SALESMAN-431.1203 Beautiful 10 crs-Cwntry Club .....). of U.S. 301 South and Edwards Road Phone 964.1o i1..
'64.$3 tI James R. Reddish. SAIESMAN-43M203 -Nl<* lot Country Club. I Lynn Davit, Salesman. *
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' If -' .. Did You Know. < .. ,,,; Hampton, .He-Lht S by phone Dt'lort'sMeng 468-lfllS .- :/ LEGAL I

.. ., sOciety Editor Gladys Mooty has ., ," .' -
,?returned from,eight days visit with Green Hospital, has been transferred to Senior Citizens On Friday March 13, 5th, 6th and Ledbetter Baby Arrives DEPARTMENT OF
Cove
her daughterI'Mrs. R-G- Thornton In Springs Geriatric Clinic The Hampton Senior Citizens Club 7th graders participated in a Spelling TRANSPORTATION
.' San Dlego'CaIif; > while LCDR Thorn- Mr. will meet at 2 p.m. Friday In the City Bee. Amy Clark a 7th grader in Mrs. TRAFFIC
ton was on crake, with the Navy In Kenosha and Mrs Eddie Spitzer of Hall for an enjoyable meeting., Carole Stevenson's class turned out to Word has been received at school of REGULATIONS
the Pacific, Wise., were recent after.. '':"' Girl Scouts' be the
: top speller. In second place was the arrival of Caroline Michelle NOTICE IS HEREBY
noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs Herbert 'The deliciouS Girl Scout Cookies Cassandra Fisher in Miss Claudette GIVEN .
I Ledbetter, daughter of Kathi and Jim that Ih DOT has
Mr. and Mrs.; Arthur Nichols of' Green. The men were in the Marines. have been delivered. ,Jennie Rhea Peterson's 5th grade class. Third Ledbetter. She weighed in at 8 Ibs. 8 completed on .ngln.*rIng -
Palatka wert last Thursday visitors together during WWII and''had not a I was the top'seller In her Troop with place speller was Melissa Williams a ozs. and measured 203/4 inches. Pictures -. > analysts supporting
of Mr. a ltd Mrs. &perb Thomas.Mrs .. I. 'J seen each other since then. ", '" 148 boxes eanna Dailey was in se.i 7th grader. They will compete in the sent by Kathl indicate a strong .' Implementation of lh.
r Mrs. Ethel i bond ldel;; ;| and Kim Smith was in upcoming Countywide Spelling Bee in healthy baby and a most happy' following traffic regulation
Reetah Catlin of' Cazenovia, Boston Fuller of Starke; flew to third'.place,as' a seller. Starke mother. Kathi was the former r.comrn.ndatlons: :
N.Y. Is spending several weeks with Tuesday to attend the funeral'of -, .-.1 Club Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth.School Physical Education teacher, before County of Bradford
her brother and sister-in-law Mr.and who her died brother David C. Carder, Jr.,' The Hampton 4-H Club met at theklarohb Librarian, was the pronouncer for the moving to Daytona in January. Rood 200 (US301)). loco-
Mrs. Raymond Howe. of Sunday morning, March. Waters, home last Thursday Spelling Bee. Judges were Principal School BirthdaysMrs. tlon from S.ctlon 28010In
a heart attack. Stark from
,night. Brenda ,Bawek gave the 4-H Connie Clark 6th grade teacher, Mrs. Vicki Beal the second grade Road '100-A north County to
Mr. and Mrs.'Herb Pledge and Paul Bawek gave the Ernestine Denmark, and Miss Peter
Thomas spent' Miss Anita Green of Feriandina teacher, celebrater her birthday on County Road 100-A" (Edwards .
the weekend with their daughter and Beach; spent the weekend with: her American'Pledge. Sean Smith was son. Mrs Stevenson served as coordinator Friday, March 13. loop Rd.); From
family Mr.and Mrs.J.W.McNeely it parents, Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Green. welcomed as a new member of the of the Bee. Mrs. Debbie Bigham, Special SLD MP 6,937: to SLD MP
Lakeland Enroute home Monday Club.Among topics discussed were CTBS Tests Education teacher, celebrated her 7.490 a distance of 0.563
they visited Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Buck.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns projects for the upcoming(. Bradford All grades in school are being given birthday on St. Patrick's Day, March. mil*, RConnmndd
.. were County Fair. the CTBS this week. ''
Tests during
vacationing at ; 17. J Speed Llmit-45: From SLD
Mr. and Ilfi 'Stan, Reddish of Tam- Captiva Island from Anniversary This will determine each student's in- Patrick Beard celebrated his 8th MP 7.49Q to SlD MP
to
pa will be weekend visitors of their ,Wednesday. Friday last week. 'Itrnn' : and Lillian Hall celebrated dividual capability in the areas of birthday on March 15. u' I''. 7.660 a distance of 0.170
parents Mr.and VIrs. Vincent Lewis'of There is a Magic Time Circus 't''lhfE '56th' wedding anniversary on reading, comprehension, and math. Donald Roberts also had his 8th bir"" mil.. R.comm.nd.d
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Kingsley Lake.and Mr. and Mrs. ing to Starke on March 24. For 11114* R ; Conservation Week thday on March 15. .. Speed Llmlt-30.
Drew Reddish,Starke. information more ? Happy Birthday This week is being observed as Na- IIchg 3/19.
see a Kiwanis or Key'.Club -.Tina Marie Meng celebrated her 4th .ional Energy Conservation Week.
Mrs. Jimmie'Dann of Starke a recent .Commerce.Member or call the Chamber of birthday/ on March 14 with a party atthe I Posters made by students are

patient?, ,in,, Bradford County home of her grandmother, Mrs. displayed in classrooms and hallways CHRIST
Adele Starling, In Starke. suggesting methods of conserving
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Meeting date was changed from the another party at the home of her in classrooms for a 30 minute LUTHERAN CHURCH
first Tuesday of each month to the se- grandparents, the Francis Meng period to conserve energy and used as
Hello,"World cond Thursday of each month. family. a time to appreciate electricity. The Pastor Glen Schmlege 473-2419
Plans are being formulated by the CongratulationsCongratulations 4th and 5th grade classes have sug-
Social Committee, Beth Starner, and to Debbie gested energy conservation methods.
Robin Tatum for a "Tea" in honor of Parmenter who was chosen Valedic- Planning Day Church Service 10:30: am
their mothers, to be held in May. All torian of the 1981 graduating class of Friday, March 20, is set aside as a
the arrangements, planning, fixing Bradford High School. Teacher Planning Day. Students will
the Tea Table cooking of party foods not be admitted that day. They may Keystone Lion's Club
acting as hostess and other Hampton Elementary School clean house, do yard work or play on
1 genera duties will be carried out by Spelling Bee that day I *Sundav School and Bible school Resumed-9am
the members of the Little Women.
Plans were announced for a
"Slumber Bash" for members of the
Club. This will be held at the Club
Parecia Leigh Johns House Building later on in Mayor

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns of June.Joy St. John, Program Chairman,
Starke, announce the birth of a introduced Mrs. Marty Barry, ownerof 1ftj
daughter Parecia Leigh on March "The Magic Needle" who gave a
16, in Alachua General Hospital in. very interesting demonstration of
Gainesville.. needlework.Each member was givena _
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and needlework kit to do while Mrs.
Mrs. Curtis Edwards of Starke. Barry was giving explicit instruc-
Paternal grandparents are Mr.and tions. She was assisted by Mrs. Terry
Mrs. Jerome Johns, Crystal Lake. Rieske and Mrs. Sylvia Thomas.
Maternal great-grandparents are Following the program, iSNESS tOur
Mrs. Leona Dukes and Mrs. Guy Ed- refreshments were served by the
wards, both of Starke. hostess committee: Paula Joiner
Paternal great-grandparents are Joy St. John and Monica Greene.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns of
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Howard Sr., of Lake Butler Miss Brenda Roberts Customers KnowTHEY

Coke Party Honoree CAN GET TOP QUALITY AT EVERYDAY LOW PENNY PINCHER PRICES.
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Christopher James Holllngsworth
Miss Brenda Roberts, whose mar- GRAIN FED PORK SAVE MOST ON GENERICS SAVE MORE ON PRIVATE LABELS
Mr.and Mrs.Wayne HollingsworUi riage to William Baker will be an U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF SAVE ON NATIONAL BRANDS WIDE VARIETY OF DAIRY/DELI
Jr., of Starke, announce the birth of a event of May 2,was honored at a Coke GRADE A CHICKENS .. SAVE ON HEALTH G BEAUTY AIDS AND FROZEN FOODS
son, Christopher James on March 4 party Saturday, March 14, given by .. LOOSE PRODUCEPICK YOUR OWN SAVE ON GENERIC MERCHANDISE SAVE ON APPETIZING.
in Alachua General, Hospital in Mrs Bill Adams, Mrs. Steve Den- .. BUY ONLY WHAT YOU NEED. .. SAVE ON SEAFOOD
Gainesville. mark, Mrs. Randy Cory and Mrs.
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. Bobby Autry at the home of the latter'in Our Customers KnowTHEY
Sarah Douglas of LaCrosse. Country Club Estates.
Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Guests were greeted at the door by CAN GET FULL, SUPERMARKET SERVICES AND STILL SAVE MONEY ON THEIR TOTAL PURCHASES.

lagrothyCasanAf Lake .and. _.Mrs Autry and presented tothe .
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grandfather .honoree Mrs.' Roberts t
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..H. Wayne HolDngsworjth>IM. "'.mother of 'the"-horroree.'jrn4'lMrs. .1..t.SUBREDREWCOWffCtflSM; ;: | ..__ ..".HIGH SPEED CHECK OUTS WE REDEEM FOOD STAMPSb ,
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Little Women's Club spective groom. Our Customers Know
The Coke table was covered with a
Plans Strawberry lace cloth over yellow linen and was
PRICEPOLICY AND WE CALL THESE
'THAT FOOD FAIR HASAN EVERYDAY LOW
centered with an arrangement of spring
Pageant DanceThe flowers PENNY PINCHERS, WE DON'T GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS A FEW WEEKLY SPECIALS.

Little Women's Club of Starke A silver serving dish was presentedto .OUR PRICES STAY LOW. DAY AFTER DAY, WEEK AFTER WEEK.
met at the Woman's Club Buildinglast the bride-elect as a memento of the
Thursday evening. The Executive occasion. Our Customers KnowWE

Board met at 6:30: p.m., with Approximately 130 guests called
1 the regular monthly meeting follow- between the appointed hours 3 and 5 CAN SAVE YOU MORE ON YOURTOTAL FOOD BILL THAN ANY O O
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Bradford High' Tornadoes wouldbe ing 4-1 loss to Santa Thursday but ing Bobcats as Tornado pitchers tage. But the hosts used two walks,an back ,to win' ballgames," TornadoCoach like that (with 4h rally) you've got to
keyed up for a game with lastyear's came back to whip St. Augustine lag yielded just five hits but passed out a error and a double by designated hitter Mike.Hartley loudly remindedhis answer back" ',.
regular-season power Friday: so the win over Buchholz put'w'.the dozen bases on balls. Stan Fas her to knot the count 3-3 team as they came off the field. ,- .- ooi.
Buchholz Bobcats anyway but then Tornadoes at 6-3, 3-2 in theKidistrict Also Buchholz which had BUS
dodgedthe against starter Scott Allen (2-0). "The-pressure's not going to bother ( tiftcilHOLZ
'Cats being in the midst of a 13-g into homeJr1me with See More 13-0 FALLS....
coming tonight's bullet a seven run rally in the them. You've got to stand up to it.
winning streak gave BHS even with North Marion (a gameKMlesignated last inning of a 9-7 win over Palatka "They're J3-0 because they 'come Every time they answer the pressure 0o Pg I1A), it
incentive to knock off Buchholz.' as a District 5-AAA contest didn't get to bat a seventh time in
And that's just what happened Monday I ). Monday's game as darkness shortened J'" .
afternoon at Buchholz s new fieldas the game to six innings. Base um-
Tornadoes Bill Goodge and : BUS 11 Buchholz 8 pire John Magnuson arrived late Starts "''
Poor .Boys Softball Tourney Friday
Williams slugged three-run .!] fvBHS had to have the three-run shots delaying starting time by 15 minutes .. :; I
pace BHS to an 11-8 win over the l Goodge and Williams and every and with rally-lengthened innings the 1"\3 i\
cats BHS had suffered a \zone' of its 12 hits to survive the rally- last couple o! innings were played in The 18-team Poor Boys Invitational opens Friday night at The first round continues on two ballflelds Saturday morning -
I dusk.It 7:15: at the Lake Butler-Union County Recreation Complexwith with Drew's of Lake City playing the Orange Park
seemed time the Tornadoes the host Raiford Poor Boys meeting Car Lot of Lake Businessmen at 9 and NAPA of Lake Butler taking on the
would deliver every the knockout punch the City in the tourney opener. Play in the doubleeliminationmen's Inverness A's at the same time. In 10:15 games GainesvilleTire
F 'Cats would shake it off and punch Softball tourney continues all day and most of the meets American National Stone of Jacksonville and
back. night Saturday with the finals set for Sunday afternoon Waters of Starke plays Jim's Shell of Jaoksonville.At 11:30
the Citrus Merchants of Inverness play Fuerhers of Lake
t BHS jumped on unbeaten Larry .
'1 Lyons (4-0 coming in) right off the batas In other opening round games Friday the Starke Old City.Saturday.
Williams slugged his three-run Timers meet the Lake City Merchants at 8:30: Buck's Stoveof night's last game is scheduled to start at 11.
blast to right-center with Scott Hud- Lake City and Harber-Chevrolet of Gainesville tangle at Play picks back up Sunday morning at 9 a.m. with the
son and Goodge aboard (both singled) 9:45: and Hayes Electric & Construction of Starke meets playoff games to determine first through fourth starting
to give BHS a 3-0 first-inning advan- the Macclenny Crackers at 11:00. about 1 p.m.

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(Weightroom Hjiit--s.Pay Off: Bobby Martin is State Champ


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To some in grinding away' at the knew I had a pretty good shot at have put him among the leaders In the
weights a dark
'weight aweaNjtenchecl ( ) but after that guy did 290 148 pound class.
\fun room to might not seem like: a another one did 269 on the bench I
thing way barbells spend air afternoon.Wren figuring\ on finishing third. But Broncos Bradford 28
around Just isn't the he(the leader) started the clean-
way most high school students The Tornadoes won three middle
elect
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spend their spare time. going in at 189 and that's all weight classes, but with only one
lifter competing in the classes above
But to Bobby Martin 165 didn't have the depth to defeat
.and ( the other hand the clean-and-
oTstarke Middleburg In the final
Mrs. Clifford regular
Martin '
not j Martin's specialty two-part
much season weightlifting meet held at BHS
can beat the enjoyment he's combines technique with the
gotten from pumping iron nearly : strength required on the bench last Wednesday.
every day: after school for the last two ( are required to hoist the The Broncos won the two lower
r weights and three of the four
years. ( upper
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to their and then snap
Saturday at the state weightliftW[ : overhead. classes by forfeit to record the 43-23

championships for class AAA Florida started at 215 pounds and victory.
high schools Bobby got a more tangible the lilt to tie at 470. He failed on Bobby Martin. Mike Jordan and
, .> reward for the time his [ Daryl Thornton recorded the Tornado
u muscles 'tries at 225 but won because at
have spent hard at work. He ) victories. Martin tied the state meet
won the : he weighed in IVi pounds lighter
132V4 pound division state title for all the Buchholz lifter. records for clean-and-jerk (225) and
of Florida with a 470 pound total for total ((480) in winning the 132 pound

,the bench press and clean& Jerk. andjerk."I caught up in the clean-and-jerk class.
Jordan was an winner at 165:
The individual state championship 'simplified. "That's the only easy
was the first for Bradford while Thornton was pushed by
High since I could beat them, catch 'em In
. ..Lawrence Patrick and Unwood Davis teamate Darren Hardee, winning by
just five pounds 390 to 385. '
: want to thank Coach Faulk
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have made it without him. He
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in for my junior year and then (140 bench-130 clean and Jerk-270 total; ROBERT
Pointing ,Insulation year. Him helping me made the ARVER BITS) Wt-9S-23S
nce." inArlnger(M) 380; PHILLIP SLOAN (BHS) R
Paneling Shelving 14SX145IM .. ,
: -BOBBY MARTIN (BHS)235-223-400 Bryant
Mike Jordan, another (M)360, Harrlt(M) 215.
Electrical A Plumbing qualified for the state meet 141DARYL THORNTON BUS) 195-20O-3W.: ) { xL djw
DARKEN HARDEE (BUS) 199-190-385, Richardson
out"on the bench
Repairs (M)380
making his first lift and didn't IMMIKE JORDAN (BUS) 270-240-510, Rohn
"Almost Any Small Job" Jordan had been battling to (M)450,Rakwton weight and drop from the 185 to III-Pander (M)S2S Nordgren (Ml) 44U
Phone: 964.8935 IN- Brownlea (M) 533. STEVE SPELL (BUS)
class for
state but weighed 183-190-.Salomon (M)23OM .
Rick 151 Saturday and had to lift at -Billy Thomas (M)370.
Crane Owner His season best total of 520 would "N,.. Jomn(CMI 44O.

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A Sportscar Is No Sweat for Weightlifters

Tornado weightlifters Bobby Martin (left) and Mike Jordan had no trouble lifting
: up the front end of a compact car-not after pushing up barbells regularlyfor
much of their careers at Bradford High School.
THE Last Saturday Martin won a state title Li the Florida Class AAA weightlifting

I meet. Jordan also qualified but did not place.




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Word from Starke Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin is that all we can do is
$ sit back and wait for news about two grants Starke has applied for to finish up
the Edward's Road Softball complex.
"Jimmy Crosby (Starke Vice-Mayor) talked to Tallahassee the other day and
hey said nothing has been decided yet," Miss Godwin said of the first grant ap-
Li died for through the Florida Department of Veterans and Community Affairs.
; D8t ..:lhe plan would have Starke put up$3,500 in cash and$8.500 worth of in-kind services
ce8 tR-01ts1: ,; (ti RTER' I FREEZER (labor, recreation department hours, etc.) with the grant providing a
+ ; E S matching 17.000 and a total of$34,000. "They told Jimmy that it's in the process

STEAK ROASTS PORK LOIN QUEEN 3f being evaluated and that if we don't get it they'll come down here and tell us
.Dr. or .ur FROZEN MEAT ENTREES *hy it didn't and let us resubmit it."

ii Word may come down before April 1.
$148 $178 : $148 2 The second grant, a back-up request, has been asked through the Federal
OVER $158 Natural Resources program. It's not as appealing as the first one because it
:3 LBS LB PKC, doesn't match in-kind services. Starke would put in $12,000 and get a W.ooo
GAVE 40' PER LII SAVE'0' PER 1.8 SAVE 30' PER LB S"VE'30' grant for a total of $18,000. Miss Godwin said that be short of the money
necessary to complete the project, which would include a new tournament-
calibre ballfield and a permanent concession stand with restrooms..


... By the way,the Civitans of Starke have pledged$500 towards the Edwards
CQMPARE ..'CHU penny' save roO COMPARE ( PINCHCR rennv., SAVEr roar COMPARE.. PinCHER Penny SAVE You : YOU Road Facility's completion.
n.1 Plies. PER L. ... RlYiil+ .ICB PER LB PRICE COMPARE tBS&rVJXt* SAVE
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f PILNPIA oaaA' PAeWNaAO',
'IR.R""AU' Mr; ; aeA.n WITH sin., THICH.a DNUATKRLu.anaa.rowe Parts.
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Ora 7La '"' l o.PKQ. "MRS.FILBERTS OTR.Margarine IIHG..I&OU.oo.'D."O' Spare

Wilj.iiu k_t l88r zo' 1 Fryer'CI"'j"'r"'LO'::J!:aL N'LB 9B HOVM _58 IIP-r.J: Roll Sausage fl38laoi [2Q'| The brother-sister comination of Richard and Louette Smith fared very x ell

vLUr a..o ceoK./d," '.. I,-MOMHJ.MOMID POMH HOCMB OH Lea -. D PKQ..PYRE TASTE on the track two weekends ago.
tllo88bs'Ctkl 1I.AIWN 1' Neck BonesLB68 20' ea'Ch 75C [101IIP Meat Franks !gS |ao'| On Saturday March 7, Louette, a sophomore Bradford High ran fine legsof
OVER 3 LBS-PREeN VALLEY SMOKCO 59.6 (440 yards) and 2:36.9: ((880)) at the University City Relays in Gainesvilleand
I L7a PKQ. PANTRY PRIDE TEXAS STYLE lo PKO..OSCAR"MATER 8LICEO' that night Richard, running for Seminole Community College, was secondin
.
QfbSJlef i U !Cf: rLa'1 -, i Slal BaconLB88C, 20 Biscuits 38C *] Bologna; _098c |Q[ the 600 meter run at the first ever indoor meet held at the new O'fonnell
I LSI.P KO BONNIK. MAIDMAI Center in Gainesville. Both went to Sanford for the Kiwanis Seminole Sunrise
..t1IK .*to caoan.re**on'UL Bo CUP PANTRY PRIDE SWIM STYLE lloi PKO.- HVORADE"MEAT
M"_ p >a eJ' PattieS (8RIADED148 D 33c r.J|io:| 6-mile road race the next day with Richard taking third in his age group and
l YOgUrtS [ -]
el ( : Hot 88L.U 30laol :
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t ---LII ) Dogs seventh overall while Louette was the first female across the line and llth
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xOf q (fL."JI.Jl'l'IIfJlIIO!(( i LIO.HTC.DKRK eJ .
or VCDTIDCDiw' 101.KG.LOUI.CH overall in the 2-mile run...
ro ldClhoSa enl1IU' I' 1'.,rke):I,;(;PAH ROASTS)'338 IJ' 51 ng I esZlIZZj4832oi ? 20 Turkey Franks 98

I L. rea..K'LLn LMnD '.' iuueelRD'aratlAL.TRIAreMOMLb! 'R' ''ti. : PKQ.-LOAP OOLDBRICK, l>..PKO.. POWER PAK Bradford High trainer par excellence Bradey Greathouse may be out of
'c lfacon.l Hani Portion's"COMPARE ...fl lArrnP: Cheese j2s8 eJ town for awhile in May. but for good reason. Greathouse, who worked at the

II Isr 'r i .C ... -"' .W. .1'.... Spread Lykes FrankssseIIJonr. U.S. Olympic Trials for track and field this past summer, has been contacted
-="L / ( 1 I .11' ">V (, about making a couple of other international tours. The U.S. National and ./Ir
4Vlfa PARICI a..JL Lam.. nnCHERlAVL rRlce _"-.lU'f1)U'1"CHIIr sAre COMPARE H l!pa1.]!''''.Sc, ?" SAVE YOU! COMPARE 03223J2M. 1 : 'rennv PinCHER/ SAVE you National cross country teams go to Madrid, Spain for the international Cross
1 .1' I PP! ill 1AI' / PRICE country championships and Bradey has been asked about his availability to go

? AMTRYPRID' I $ :; PertrS' 1i': "'. 1 8"' 9 60 ia: PACK-PANTRY PRIDE, DINNEBPpliS.eivB279 RLCONLTITUTEDLEeor/JUIC! as part of the U.S. contingent. But he may have another choice. lie was recently
WWI iffl'r!59 ,[illO i m.:>.,P Od N1'I --.A: 20 ReaLemon 99 20' asked about making a trip to China as a trainer with the U.S. national
-
<< P.IDII 470'. Ng (amatuer) basketball team...
rll"Jfl 'tA.Tn 89C ,rt.;: .. ISot LOAP. PANTRY PRIDE PXILL-A.PART s.SDI.BEEP BARLEY
Bagels ( +n, /.lc4t':1'l Aspirin---- .. 2/-1 eJ:o Soup Starter 99* 0
... Bread Leading scorer for Bradford High's basketball Tornadoes in the recently
..__ .......,.. ., 4 *
I. r.J: Of *349 J i"CK.P""T.Y.'DIl .50..DIIODORA"T completed season was Ben Tankard.The 6-4junior just nosed Into a double digit
Bagels. .IIQQQl2/-1 LJ Oil Oiay A Honey Buns79c so Shield Soap_37* 0: average with 10.1 points per game. Eddie Thompkins, another junior, was se-
._ slut. ,...",opo,p cond in scoring with a 9.4 norm and led Bradford in rebounding at 10.9 per
'aNwuo .
rAO/N rs.aa iC eJ' Tooth:polish g 2491'[ 200ILO"I'.EG.0..PLITTOP r.J: 4 0 ( LJ Bread _OLYMPICMaL" _69iC LJ Kosher Dills $149 12:1y : Third in both those categories and the leader in assists was Kerry Fisher ((7.5ppg
,
\ :; .r, ..... 'S""',.,..,I! 5.5 rpg, 3.2 assists).
N Tankard was the club's top shooter with a 46 percent mark from the field.
; Emmett Watkins, Steve Marks, and Eddie Winkler were all above 70 percent
r COLGATE; r.n GLAD .
3'tiitVtiBis KING SizeBREAD from the foul line with Watkins the leader at 76 percent.
1 TQOTKtft, TRASH f Shooting accuracy or lack of it that Is, plagued BHS. The Tornadoes hit just

I 'N A BACS r* 33 percent from the held, 61 percent from the line.
One condolence in the wake of Bradford's 3-20 year is that only one player

: :.;.,;;.;v,:';,:. ;....,, : listed above (Marks) Is a graduating senior...
HERS HEY
"' The men's metro Softball league in Gainesville had 24 teams entered and
28 on the waiting list.The interest In Softball surpasses the number of ballfields

available. Their league starts April...

Mike Bearden of Lake Butler Is the new commissioner of the Clay Pop
Warner Conference. He told me last week that Callahan has joined the league

WISK ALL and that the Lake City Boys Club program may also hop aboard. A possibility
,BUSCH PUNK & WAGNALL8 for next year is a split into two five-team conferences Bearden said...

LIQUID POWDER ENCYCLOPEDIA
BEER DETERGENT As of March 3 there were five Tornado football players in the gold level of
DETERGENT" CLEAN UPINFORMATION Bradford High's off-season weightlifting program, signifying they've lifted 10

mW MiUiEiBBi ifl nt: times their body weight in a series of six lifts -bench press, curl, squad, dead
wr/ ,$ 99 pc** *! $1'59'tHIII: YOU HAVE UNTIL MAR. 28 lift, clean &Jerk and press linebacker Mark Crews noseguard Kenny Wright
6 PACK t, --- ONE' .$159 1981 TO COMPLETE YOUR center-defensive end Bruce Rehberg, running back Randy Parado, and

120. CAM QUART. \ 9.A ENCYCLOPEDIA' SET monster man Daryl Thornton are the five players who are thus far, pound-for-.
.n,..,_. .\\/1I'i!'.., 1. 8AVet3.y! Y- *R "'( SAVE ION pound the strongest Bradford High players.
BHS Is just now adding a new twist to Its off-season program- a color level
chart for the outside activites. In it BHS players will be given points for their

rennr You MK/ [fT CTIV.THUflm.MAN.. t...rrlPKJ.,. DID. MAD il,t..t times in the 40 :yard dash rope drill, vertical jump, hops, ins & outs, 40 yards
PI NCNeS' [AYR Dos..'o.o.'co..... ,' ".. .fHI H1HT TO LIMIT
COMPARE., '_. .P.tell- ggal" G te ** none roe ITPCDNAP.KAL OLOTOD iaii...U0I6L. not.1""ori.im.i backwards, and the falcon weave through cones...
; M+ :: : UBan e "

..LT1.r.oLellOTdtS" LOUR', r.J & t:. 81: \ a lit: Speaking of BUS football there will be a JV Football Party at team
Dres'.slngs' D a 2/-1. {2 ...roon PAIR' WILL. eAVe' Yp(. Moe 1, C; OF .. : L'(4ak
member Steve house March 28.All coaches
J ; Y(7ug 10tA"FOODaIL ,OR we WILL :, .oa: ; Spell's Saturday, players & wives,
14.I-BASin ftI..T..II.. .* __ and cheerleaders are Invited... -
LysolCIeaneril29 l2J1LSBAOOUICK g 'DoubJe'theDJft" C hi Cash! PUFFS I

,: BURRS.NOen1W9000Aer. ; '.. OwlSOYERAL.. PRKesiNIS TEN AAerorneawn' e-rg
i MINI' FOOD FAIR' .UL DOe LI VHS DI""C'IN C.S"COMPASS PIICRB 0" TISSUES TAu.ANAs
Si23 [ THE BAN.nerve 4,AHY OTeIR SUPTINAIIII..I.TNem'O''L LOW"Oft as n._
Quaker Grits_ 1213OJULLOH. CoanNORrnISIS IRAN.a.on.alle0Y0UlrooorAUnanlteDlEaauTAPS' AnO I ASSORTED COLORS I ..
tIg: TNlOTMlRAAARISTSFDICISONTNIIIACTSAaRIIENS10P000PAIRWE'LL PAYYOU g. ... ...
I r.J.::1 004(54.41..IN,!SIFFtRtnS411n! c....., Z80 COUNT ,."'.'.: //;"
Pure Bleach79 lil C $''UI J ii; (tX: x (tx; tZx THRU WITH WED.THIS,COUPON CIAR.>S.GooD ISI.

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NAP A 2nd Poor Bovs 4th tIt Chiefland Mens Softball Tourney

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Nobody could: slow down the wind or Realty 10-8, eliminated Treweek 20-7 The gusting winds, which swirled Wheeler all had two hits in the losing all had two safeties In the club's 10-9 as the Poor Boys won despite leavingthe
Trotter Realty of Crystal River but with a 12 inning onslaught in the into the hitters face most of the cause against Trotter. comeback win over Chevron.Winning bases loaded three times.In .
NAPA Auto Parts of Lake Butler took seventh inning. The Lake Butler. weekend, made the home run almost Everybody hit in the second pitcher Steve Thomas got two two- the lopsided loss to Trotter Randall
second: and Poor Boys of Raiford took Brooker club had 14 hits in the big inn insignificant at Chiefland. Only three meeting with Treweek with Holton, strike foul outs and fanned another Thomas, Ronnie Thomas, Lloyd
fourth in the Chiefland Invitationalmen's ing, nearly batting around twice. But players cracked balls past the 8-foot Polk, and Wheeler all enjoying 4-for-5 batter while outfielder Randy Corbin Gilpin, and Bill Marchant all had two
Softball tournament last they probably wished they'd saved high fence 295! feet away, all hittingone games and Whitehead and Glen helped preserve the win with a big hits.
weekend. some of the 27 hits they rapped out in homer each. Kemp both going 3-for-4. seventh-inning Corbin went to
Trotter breezed through that for later. In the finals play
game the fence to haul in deep ball and Poor Boys made the most of nine
a fly
undefeated, topping NAPA 8-2 in Sun- against Trotter Sunday evening they NAPA got enough singles to win "Our defense and the pitching of then gunned a baserunner down off hits In the 7-3 win over Chevron with
day's championship game. couldn't do much right in the 8-2 loss. easily Friday night. Ronnie Polk. Gene Raulerson was real good all the first base for a double play. Randall Thomas gplng 3-for-3. Errors
NAPA won three of five though,los- Timmy WhItehead and Harold way through.but we made a few out- hurt In 'the loss to Treweek. Wilbur
ing only to Trotter to wrap up the The Poor Boys edged Chiefland's Esford all were 3-for-4 against Davis' field errors in that last game (the lossto Poor Boys got good pitching the Rogers and Ronnie Thomas were both.
runnerup trophy and the Poor Boys Chevron USA 10-9 and whipped The win over Cannon Treweek came Trotter) and they capitalized on next time out too as Wilbur Rogers 2-for-3 in that game.
had the same 3-2 record: to take Tyler's of Newberry 8-3 before being in eight innings as Rodney Holton 'em," NAPA manager Steve Nipper got three on the new foul-off rule and Up to this point Jerry Blalock is
fourth. In the game to determine third bombarded by Trotter 19-4 in five inn singled and speedy Ronnie Polk said.Randall struck out three while walking just leading Poor Boys with a .600 averagefor
place Sunday Cannon-Treweek ings. They came back to eliminate scored from first to make the dif- Thomas collected: eight hitsto one in the win over Tyler's. Jerry nine games. Randall Thomas is at
defeated Poor Boys 10-3. Chevron 7-3 before falling to Cannon ference in the eighth. The third time lead Poor Boys to its place. He, Blalock was 4-for-4 and Griffis and .538, Griffis .529, Tommy Moore .522,
NAPA, which had ripped Davis'Body Treweek. out Polk Gene Raulerson, and Dick Ronnie Thomas, and Johnnv Griffis Randall Thomas, both had, three hits and Steve Thomas .500.
Shop 13-3 and edged Cannon-
Treweek 6-5 before losing to Trotter




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March pionships 10, at played the BMS Tuesday gym. night, %// /%//0/a% //////44r/////7rA///////// A

The Gold girls beat the Red 26-11 '
and the Gold boys won a close battle 1
46-41 in the games, in which BMS I M;. -L
coaches divided the school's top
players into teams and then practiced Ipesd speed
after school for the week leading up to VO5 Zack $U. P- S.-
the championships.Gloria 0
Davis shot in 10 points to SHAMPOO15OUNCE -
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lead the Gold girls who opened the speed .
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Wood added 5, Marie Thomas 4, I 8gel ._au......a..-
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Lisa Waters 2. ANTACID 2.I-O2.4 types.Limit 1

The boys game was close all the I cJ: ECKERO'/SAIEPRICI ... ... ...................1g9 129
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Seven Roadrunner Club members
started the River Run in Jacksonvillelast ASPIRINg z BLOUSES & 2.5-OUNCE
weekend all seven finished the I 39 I PANTS gulMl.29 ..Ver
.....
15,000 meters (9.3 miles), and all It RguUr8.99 Prevents mildew& ,.. .
seven clocked personal records: for I tablets. Sava2.00 ...._.......... ... musty odors r .
the distance in a performance called SINUTABSEXTRASTRENGTH SafetyFlavored cap. Limit 1 Mix& match.solids or prints.LADIES' .
"fantastic" by Club Coach George '
Loper.
15-year-old BHS sophomore TABLETS ;;ti
TERRY ,
Richard Warren club record PERCOGESICTABLETS GLUEMATICPEN
ran a -
58:01 to finish 319th in field of % TENNIS
a huge PACKOF24 i L
over 5,200 runners entering the run I 179 ;i' PACK OF J4 4 O SHOES .
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through Jacksonville. 81* Priced ..... .. ..I f Rag.5.5* C99 Priced ::....... I
Linda DeWitt, a 13-year-old, also Priced Contains no aspirin. Sar.2.OS ..... \J Convenient..No. waste..
got in on the record-shattering Limit 1 Slip resistant soles. No mesa.
busting her own club and Bradford gestion. Limit 1HAWAIIAN ..-- Assorted sizes.STORAGE.
I Middle School girls records with a r
64:47: clocking that placed her 33rd
among over 1,000 female runners and
third in the girls 13-and-under age I CUTEX G GLIDEANDSERV
group. Carte Coburn was sixth in the POLISH BOXES CART "
same division at 74:45. REMOVER

sonal The other bests BHS were runners George setting Crews per., 3.OUNCIau.. 39 CHOICB R YOUR<0.1.<9 ..,..99" Sav.2.0Plastic g.11.99/ .....O O99 ,1 I 1 '12
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68:08: ; Gene Powell,69:21: ; and Henry TROPIC Priced Storage or underbed N
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"The kids had a ball," Loper said. DARK TANNING ,uairlMETAL
"There was a carnival and disco
bands along the Heart Bridge, whichis LOTION or OIL I
supposed to be so tough. And they I CUTEX ,
ran super times." I-OUNCE 49 CREAMY IS DREAMY MOLDEDTRASH _-
The Roadrunners will run in 10,000 .2 NAIL ENAMEL CAN GAS CAN
meter races at Mandarin and in 0 sat.PromotesadeepdarktanLotlonor 32QAL.R 1-GALLON -|99RgulwS.M
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are now gearing down for the summer / oil. Limit 1 Assorted shades. Limit fashion 1 Will not rust. spout.SCOTCHGARD. N
track and field season which will In- /
clude the Junior Olympics starting in
June and the Sunshine State Games
tentatively set for July. I


Baseball SignupsGo 0 WIREBOUNDNOTEBOOK PARAMOTHCRYSTALS

Through March 25 + ..

Registration for Dixie Youth Minor I 10-PAOK oz.fl 29 SPRAY M ;
6gcReg.1.01 t/-
and Major league baseball is under- WEB &ALUMINUM ... Reg.tll ...... 1 192.Np 4.19 349 .
way for any youths aged 8-14 interested SAND CHAIR 9'14""x e".Ruled& Kills moths& moth lira t." ..., > ;.p
in playing baseball in the I punched sheets.. larvae. Aerosol spray. '".
Starke Recreation Department z ,.

League. R.gul.r/9 'If
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The Minor-Major League age groupis .
8-12 with the age determining date ?,*
s.v.t.22 ... ...
being August 1, 1981. The Dixie Boys i'
ages are 13-14 (same date for determination Colorful I webbing. Aluminum #;l
Folds to store. IGLOO ,
: August 1)). Irame. TABLETOPHIBACHI PICNICJUGMULUM. Ai
Boys and girls can sign up at the .: ICE ,c'
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Mondays through Fridays or
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Armory 1 12"1 x 18"Cast Iron Heavy duty plastic. Wide mouth. ';
and I- 5 p.m. each weekday.The bowl. Hinged lid.
deadlines for registration are
March 18 for the Major and Minor and I '"i.
March 25 for the Dixie Boys. There 1>"

will be no charge for registration. WEB&ALUMINUM 1 .. .\.,
LAWN f I 1.You're .

Dixie Boys & Minor I to like
Coaches Needed FURNITUREs going 5

for teams in the Dixie '
Coaches Boy 988 ''k- .
((13-14 year olds) and Dixie Youth Rg.13." ... ... .. l Eckerd
Minor League(8-10)) age groups In the : Optical.
Storke leagues are needed.

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softball league for girls ages 13-15
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I March i9. i981 TELEGRAPH Page 11A


Lady'iornadoesWin 2 of 3 With Bats Alive 13-0 Bobcats Fill
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Coming ( ....... (From Pg.RA) I

Hitting the nail with
authority all
week long the Lady Tornadoes of BHS ninth innings but couldn't score. Vonda Hall pinch hit in the sixth In- Bradford girls plated at least one BUS did answer back scoring five
won two of.three games last week Finally in the eleventh Keystone ning and blasted a home run to start run in every inning but the second in- times in the second to vault in front
with both Wins being district vic poured 10 runs home,thanks to a rash Bradford's big inning and the Lady cluding five in the sixth but still trail 8-3. Buchholz got fumble-fingered erring ed for Allen. He walked the bases
tories. The week pushed Bradford's of errors .by the worn out Tornado' Tornadoes went on to the road vic- ed 7-6 coming into the bottom of the three times and Randy Parado. loaded and Hartley called Clark into
girls softball team back to the .500 girls. Doll sixth before Cuffie supplied her Hudson and Kenny Clark punchconsecutive the Jam. Tracy Milan slapped agroundball
level (3-3) overall and to 3-1 Sharie Hankerson and Janet Waters and Phyllis Cuffie led heroics. singles to bring three liner to new shortstop
District p-AAA play. in Williams both had three hits in six at the 10-hit. BITS attack with 2-for-4 Both Janet Williams and Lisa runs home. Alter Williams walked to Richie Fender that scored a run but
bats to lead the Lady Tornadoes. afternoons. Alvarez were 2-for-4 to the BITS :'Fender after hobbling the hot potatoe
averaged nearly 13 hits pace load the bases Chuck Johnson slappeda '
game in the three outings having its a Vaunda Brown. Phyllis Cuffee and BHS led 6-2 early in the game but attack. ? single to right to score the last two. momentarily' ,got the forceout at thirdor
biggest day in the foes, a 17-7, Vonda HaU all contributed two hits the Lady Raiders scored five times in K,..vre.. e apiece. the fifth to take a 10-7 advantage. s dtof4 eel aoa 19/* aa 7 14 itM Craig Myers to end the threat with
11-inning barnburner with and Bradford in the third but in
Keystoneat BHS scored its first six runs in the W.W.h.l... L-_, BHS still up by two.
home bottom of the third the 'Cats
the
Friday. Bradford had
18 hits top of the first. BUS Gainesville 8 Kenny went on to set down the sidein
In the 1 loss.) ale M It le IM rallied again. Cleanup hitter Billy
Phyllis Cuffie's pinch-hit three-run I..., ) (H t II II t the fourth and get out of a bases-full
The knotted BUS Roberts bounced ground rule double
was 13
game 7-7 after Santa Fe 10 ...
_
.
homer in the sixth the Lady W. V l U Nrrta.H scare in the fifth (three more walks)
put
BHS pushed across the tieing in inning *. ...11 .... over the centerfield fence and the
run A six-running explosion in the sixth Tornadoes ahead for the first time in (I) Ch. All.(W) with a strikeout and Goodge increased -
the bottom of the seventh. The towering Fascher drilled an O-2
Lady inning propelled the Lady Tornadoes the game and the Bradford girls turn- Gelnle the Tornado margin with his fifth-
II. rte I I it 1
Tornadoes had the curvebaU over the close left field
winning run at past Santa ..... .. .
Fe in a District 5-AAA .0. frame homer.The four-bagger which
ed back GUS in a home-field en- 101 111 11 I. 4
third base In the fence ((310 feet from home) and it was
seventh eighth and ... .
W.Vol
game at Alachua Thursday. counter Last Wednesday March 11. Na Cu/N.'""'. LVoljoo. 35. The strike zone suddenly dissolv- just did clear the barrier in left-
center, plated Hudson who had singl
ed. and Clark whQ bad drawn a walk.
That made it 11-6 but again
Buchholz fought (back, now with
darkness quickly )closing in. Mark
Lipsius singled to start the top of the
You're AMERICAS FAMILY D UG STORE sixth took second on a fielder's
going to like Eckerd's ::hoice and after1 Clark walked

Faseher, both runners moved up on a
balk as the Tornadoes got a pickoff
famous Photo Offer. > play signal contused; Clark unleasheda
wild pitch to score Lipsius and when
Twlcoth Prints.. Get an extra set of prints with every roll of Goodge retrieved the ball and threw
color or black and white print film developed and printed... wildly past third Fascher trotted
TODAY AND EVERYDAY. /# home to make the count 11-8.The next
:litter walked but Ted Isabel flew out
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Kodacolor or black and white, when have film "
you your processed r- M baseman Ricky Sullivan handled a
at Eckerd'S..TODAY AND EVERYDAY. groundout to end the inning.

TwIce the O arantoee... Buy only the prints you want. No { The umpires let the seventh inning
start but after Clark walked with two
hassle-even if the goof
was in the picture taking.
I outs the home plate umpire waved his
hands and yelled 'that's the

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afterwards that David Bowden the
I
Buchholz coach called for the game
to be stopped but felt that it was the
d EVEREADY late start that denied his team its last
1 e at bat. "He's got a legitimate gripe"
1I ENERGIZER I Magnuson said.Williams .
and Hudson were both
I I BATTERY 3-for-4. Johnson 2-for-3 and Goodge
I I 2-for-4 for BHS.

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It was 2-2 through four innings but
Regular,... .... .. the Tornadoes got their bats warmed
PLANTERSOLD.FASHIONED CANNON PRINTER For calculators radios recorders I up in the late going and pitcher Kenny
CALCULATOR & photo equipment. Clark had the Yellow Jackets on ice
(
REGULAR DIET I as BHS won its fifth Friday in St.
PEANUTS Modal Ps-DRegular Augustine.In .
PEPSI COLA 9 69 S9.99Save 4999 pushing his record to 2-0 Clark

12-OUNCE PACKOII /14 11-OUNCE 1 .... retired 16 of the last 13 batters he fac-
6 / SilaPrkad ... .... ..... 10.00 I ed and struck out 12 while allowing
Sate t Priced. .. Vacuum packed to ensure freshness. AC/DC operation. Built-in recharg- just four hits.The senior,who prefers
pack of pop-top cans Limit 1 Limit 2 able battery. 10 digit display. shortstop to the mound, had walked in
I a run in the first and surrenderedthree
CLOROX2LAUNDRY singles as the 'Jackets tied the
,. 11 game 2-21n the second but warmed to
the task pitching three-up three-
SUPERFLEX BLEACH40OUNCE down frames in the fourth, fifth and
%50-FOOT I sixth innings.
GARDEN HOSE GARDEN Bradford had garnered two runs in
HOSE, the top of the first as Scott Hudson
2-PLY R.gIJ1......499 a Pp.1S.H.so 1 8. .129 I II Clark Chuck Johnson,.,Bill.Coodtfe,
,
D 8a....1. .. II&: i'-s and Mark Williams rapped a string of
1rgbieyipyl.Bfassnthngs." | .
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; .Regular 1.79 five straight singles Vui BHS had dust
.... Tlreco;leln-9'orcecI., i, Safe t''lor most washable fabrics. all fabric bleach two baserunners in the next three inn
II
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PULSATINGLAWN the fifth Johnson and Goodge
singled to start the lead-grabbing rally -
BURGESS SOUNDESIGNPORTABLE Williams reached on error to score
SPRINKLER FLUIDIC LAWNSPRINKLER one run and Scott Allen's sacrifice fly
NO.wo RADIO IRIDe got Goodge home to make it 4-2 Brad-

ftag.S.99; ...... 699 Modal I 314Pp,111S Modal 2200Regular ford.
Even water distribution -' 1488 241,99 1999 The Tornadoes knocked the gates
for healthy grass,. ....'.07 .. Sav.5.00 ..... ... ... open in the seventh scoring six timesas
Designed for even A BUG Clark doubled with
Slide rule'tuning. 3" II the bases load-
water distribution. speaker
LIQUID ed for three RBI's.Pinch-hitter Ricky
Sullivan knocked in two runs with a
INSECTICIDE : single and Hudson walked with the
HOSEENDSPRAYER WARING II bases loaded to force in another.

TIKI TORCHES HAND MIXERModal 64-OUNCC! Hudson Clark, Johnson. Goodge,
I and Williams all had two bits.
i': : Q99 20 GALLON 33 HM-4 433
Regular I S.99
R.eu.rl2.U 999
..... Regular 2.49... aav.3.00 .....
1aluminum head Finger tip control. 6 speed,pushbutton. Save1.I9 .... ... II Santa Fe 4 BUS 1
Oh teet I pote-snuffer. With shut off. : Beater ejector. Treats 1000sq.ft.area.Premixed, "We just didn't swing the bats"
iI' No. :190SUPER easy to use. lartley said after Raider tidearmer
-".- Mark\/ Gaylord four-hit the Tornadoes
r r I Thursday night in Starke.
SUPERBELLALARM "I'm not taking anything away
SN4CK&STORE. 1 HOSE from the Santa Fe kid. He did a Jot
TAfiLESSrU" '> > NOZZLE CLOCK I like what Kenny (Clark) does he kept
Uodoit.ooc Q the ball down and threw from the

..177 Regular H. ...66 Mad.1I41VPN.e.Lr14.N 999 side. He got it in on our hands a lot.
DurablejlAslic..Brlgl1tc"mmr..r. .Adjusts from fine .......00 ..... I But we just didn't swing the bats."
: spray to full force Soft/loud alarm.Lum- CUTTERREPELLENT Baserunning mistakes were where
,.f \ inous hands& dial. BHS hurt itself moat though. After

;;$, '. 1 INSECT II Santa Fe tallied a gimme run on three
> Tornado errors in the first BIIS
,48s.! '"7 d v __ I (FLORAL tm rallied back as Randy Parado and
PLAVOBAn&BUCKET TEAKETTLE INSECT Scott Hudson drew inning-opening
HANDLED
WOODEN
TOOLS S.1-OUNCE! 9 'tPtLLE1twr walks. Bill Goodge grounded into a
Mod GARDEN ........1.4' QG9 22 fielder's choice to put runners'at first
"wgufM', ..699s. IR.1 L4S .199 ....1.M ....W I and third with one out.Cleanup hitter
.".2.00Keeps ... PrhMdChoice........ Aluminum In almond R4 ular2.99 __ Kenny Clark dribbled a ball towards
bait alive&m, of rake, color. 2V4qt.KODAK Aerosol, a':2ivpes.: Limit third and Parade unwisely choosing
lively. iI"HAMILTON shovel or hoe. ,".-::;;;...- I to try for home instead forcing the

Raiders to make a play on the speedy
Clark was easily gunned down at.
home. Still BHS had runners at first
and third but Clark was picked off
first to end the threat with no scores.!
In the third BHS had another shot at
:aking the lead as David Sparks walk-
NORELCO 1200WATT"GOTCHA
Mi, moved to second on a wild pitch
GUN" and after Hudson was hit-by-pitch
N moved up to third on a Parado bunt.
.HAIRDRYER :Bill Goodge then hit 'a shot to right

WITH SPECIAL REBATE OFFER 4:center easily deep enough to score
Regular." t Sparks, but as the Raider center
BEACH 2 speed&2 heat settings I fielder: flagged down the ball Sparkswas
ECKERO'S *O99 halfway down the line not
MINI COFFEEMAKERWITH: LESS SALE MFOR.'S PRICE! .........9 4-W)0 I ing. up.and was unable score.Clark tagg

MAIL-IN REBATED..r:;. grounded out and the inning was over,
WITH SPECIAL MS ATS OfFEN', K& ELECTRIC EKTRALITE again without damage.
Regular 1.." -v WEEDER/TRIMMER TOTALCOST "That's the difference in the
Brew 4 *4 keep them hot. CAMERA AFTER 799 ballgame. those little mistakes.
cup ,
REBATE.........
H.P. "
(CHCMOaLIS4MFOH.S' ."'. "...............1r'NEALVRICE Modal soo 3688 II baserunning mistakes. Coach
/I Regular I 24.99Save 1999 Regular. 44.MveS.11 Hartley grumbled. "The two runs we

MAIL-INaeATS' .......... .......-aoo 9.00 ...... .. ....... lost would have put as up 2-1 and the
momentum! would have all "
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REIAT4
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J UAL SUSNeaa singling stealing second and
AUtO ION1i0P then scoring on a Mark Williams base

DUAL BURNER hit.Those two and Sparks and Ricky
Sullivan had the only Bradford
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; Yr ,. BHS Track Teams Run Past EastsMc


"I don't: know what one of these Is... to Bishop Kenny's 52 and Ocala KENNY WRIGHT BUS) 471.. 3rd) TIMMY
I won't believe it till .I read it In the Vanguard's 51. GONZALES<(
paper" boys ,irack..coach. Rick !_ Jump. RONAlD DAVIS BUS) 19-4. 3rd)
Stephens joked Only Jonathon Johnson scored for STEVE MARKS (BHS 1710 Discus KENNY:
the Tornado boys taking sixth in the WRIGHT BUS) 1146. BRAD HIUDKETH 101O.4MRONALD .
Stephens waS talking' about a win 220 yard dash. AVIS I BHS) MO.. 3rd) KENNY
for the BUS team, which came in DeWITT(BUS) 96 9. High"'......RONALD DAVIS
pairs Tuesday as both the Tornado Junior Louette Smith won an, Individual BHS Eastsltto) W 48, STEVE. MARKS(BUS 54. 44*..!.,.

boys and girls teams ran past championship for Bradford 3radferri
n'1 Eastslde in a dual meet at the BHS showing the field her heels in winning/ f.Irtl 44..........17IvwH
oval. The Tornadoes won easily.93-36 the quarter-mile in 61.7 time. "She wlnnwt( mni Mtt.l''cn1MII. '
over shorthanded Rams,while the just rocketed out of there," :Girls TYFFANY GRIFFIS BHS) 14:161,
Lady Tornadoes edged their Eastslde Coach Buddy Revels said of Smith's RENEE SHIPMAN (BUS( 17'09.2 Mil. IbtayEastslde
4:27: 0 las PAM )HAWKINS BHS):18.8.
counterparts 6457. win. "I bet she had eight or ten yardson Mil.tl.r-BRADFORD 4 539.
'em after the (first) turn. She TYFFANY GK1FFIS(BUS) 3'00 8,CAROL
Ronald Davis won both the long broke 'em with her start." FUSSELL BHS)' 3:21 1, KIM COHENS (BUS)
Jump and high Jump as well as the 440 >-M 6. *NH r..... Meyer(E)53 RENEE SHIP-
Jackson II El!:) BS-8.. 3rd)
and Curtis Jones and Kenny Wright Smith also had a hand in the mile MAN (BUS) 64 7 [Muiif
LORI CHAPPELL.BHS)635. 440.JONAS((6))411.touirri .
both won two events to pace the Tornadoes medley relay unit that took second to IMITH(1141) a. KIM IIOCUM.,.4Hlgti
to victory. Kenny Bright North Marion. Yvonne Sanders, lvi..r TYFFANY GHIFFIS(BHS 42. 4M
70h Tony Hill Gerald Gullion and Brad Sheila Searcy, and Pam Hawkins .toy. ElBtelda 51.1. Mil((.TYFANNY. GHIF
FIS(BUS)8'283,RENEE SHIPMAN(BHS)7:02,
h Y 7w ll t. Hildreth, were also winners of In- joined in that effort. > KIM COHENS I BIOS) 7:JOS l.ng lu...... Harris
dividual and Willie Hill took SEARCY BHS) 14-6
y events a The 440 relay unit was the relay surprise (E)14-llw SHEILA
second and third. 100.PAM HAWKINS(BUS) 11 5. 3rd) SHEILA
though, slashing six tenths of a SEARCY (BHS' 122 thot Put- Jackson (IE)
Tyffany Griffis was the workhorsein second off its previous best to'place 348,1.' .. 3rd) ERMA HAMM BHS) 295+4. 110
the four events third in 52.82 (and went down to 52.82 HurdlM-' Bright (IE) 18.2... 3rd) LORI CHAPPtLL
girls meet entering .
(BUS) 23 5
and winning them all. Pam Hawkins In losing to Eastside Tuesday).

won the 220 yard dash and was secondin Sanders, Searcy, Michelle Stillwell
and Hawkins the baton in the Palulka lnvitallonalGirls
passed
the 100,dropping her times down to team scores .
266 and 11.5 and Renee,Shipman race. North Marlon CNMI62.) BlHhopKenny (BK> 52,
-.... -- claimed three second places. Also Hawkins was fourth in the 220 Ocala Vanguard(OV) 01, Palatki( (P> 4 Bwhrnlt
Bu) 28, BRADFORD BHSI( It Un 'ID 24. Ocala
Lady Tornadoes for Track &: Field in the at 27.1. "She would have been down Forest(OF)22,Intorlachen III 21.GaliitwvilletG)
The Tornado boys run there with the winner (at 26.2) if she 16.St Augustine ISAII1.Seabreeze (l&ealll. P K.
TIle girli doing the running Jumping and throwing for top row. left to right. Louette Smith.Lori Chappell. Phyllis 12-team Knights of Columbus meet in fresh) Revels stated. Yonge PKY) a, Crescent City( (CO 5.
the BIIS track field team this year are: front row left to Wright Pam Hawkins, Kim Cohen. Dawn Cernyer. and Ocala this Saturday March 21, while was ,
right. Shielo Searcy. Debby Habten. Carol Fussell. Tyffany Griffis. Not pictured li Kim Slocum and Erma the girls who meet qualifying standards Tiffany Griffis lowered her times in Top 1 In Men.vnt

Michelle SUUweU. Renee SMpman. and Yvonne Sanders: Hamm. will run in the Lady Gator both the 880 and 2-mile runs (to2:50.9 .h.fix-Sadler(SA end):34-7 IHS..I.Moore.... (NMi :138.Wolfe

Relays at Gainesville's Percy Beard and 603.0: but didn't place and (S) 33.",.. High( )u.ip. Howell (Bui !HI. Hoyne
Track. The Ocala meet starts at 9:30 Stillwell dropped a couple seconds off (cSeaI) 5-0, Schucte (BK) 4-10. long JumpMlllhls
while the Lady Gator Relays, her 880 time (to 2:51.9): without plac- ((0Y)17.3's' Taylor 11111.1'-., Stafford ''OV) 17-1
am DIM..,.. Hunt (NM) 101-1) Miller, 'iPl) 986. Sadler
Strawberry Golf T Tournament for April 4-5 which draws girls from all over ing. (ISA) 967.
Florida and other states as well, will 110 Hu,"'..Stafford (OV)14.7.Howell start at 11 a.m. with prelims and con- 6r.dlesd lIeyo tat.-..1..... Evan" (NM) 153 loo. Hicks (tLlll.5. Taylor Hi
.... ..I.l Newomes (OF) 117 Mile Davis' I IBKI
-e wi" a(HI cmM. 118
The Fifteenth Annual Strawberry Invitational Golf Tournament Sunday. March 29, Peter Belmont, an internationally tinue into the night's finals. ...KENNY BRIGHT(BHS)9-8,WILLIE 5:00.57.Dolder(C)6:00.61: ,Douglas( (IPKY 5'21.6.
is set for the weekend of April 4-5 at Uw Starke Golf respected equipment and golf swing analyst will be at the HILL <(BUS< ) 80.Mi P.*. BRAD HILDRETH 4<.M K..,. North Marlon SI(.D. Vanguard 52 8.
&. C'.un-ry Club and entry lor.... are available now. Starke Golf fc: Country Club for a demonstration. BIIS Girls 6th of 14 at BHS) 4108. KENNY WRIGHT (BHS) 3810. 1MH BRADFOPD(Yvonne Sanders, ,Michelle btlllwcll.
.r4to TONY HILL (BHS) 20)0, GERALD PET Sheila Scare) Pam Hawkins' :19
Interested forma at the Belmont will
golfers can pick>> up entry Country "demonstrate the advantages of the first
Palztka T WAY IBHS) M 1, WILLIE HILL I BHS 23.9.IW 440. LOUET1E SMITH (IBHSl( do7 Holluml l (IO\>
Club pro shop. The fee is$40 for Ute tournament,which! will completely patented golf clubs in the history of the game." -STEVE MARKS (BUS) 103. 6303, Coleman (BK) 63 05. ):M Mutdl.i- StaffordIOV)476
again have four flights- championship (0-4 handicap), 1st AU golfers are welcome to come out and hit the clubs with The Lady" Tornadoes of BUS were !,Evan(NM)48.1.Unwell.. Bui 482 WO-
(5-8),second -12),and third (13-18 h&ndicap, based on net variable weights and shafts. The demonstration starts at 2pm. sixth in the 14-team Palatka Invita- MIU- CURTIS JONES BUS) 5:147. LARRY Davis IBKI) a:22.a, McDonald (OF) 2'24 7. WhileG
scores). tional last Friday, scoring in four LONG BHS) ft'23.3. JEFF BELCHER <( 5:41: 5. Mil.-GERALD GULLION I SHE) 12 05 9, 4337: BRADFORD Yvonne Sunders Sheila
The winner in each flight vins a set of irons tne runncrup Also an A-Am tournament will be held at the Club events in a rugged meet that included RICKY NUGENT (BHS) 12 114. TIMMY CON- Searcy Pam Hawkins Louette Smith) 4.18: 8.
takes a set of woods ar.d additional prizes will be awarded Wednesday April 1. many of the teams Bradford will see ZALES<( the number of entries In each flight. There will be four divisions with 2-man and 4-man teams at District and Region. BHS totaled 24 no- Taylor II D 262. (Hicks ILl 266. Napier (IP
ttt- Mattox (E) 231, JONATHON PAM HAWKINS BUS 211. 1-MII. Did ler
Invitations to tie Jacksonville Lee for JOHNSON 261. ( +
have already been sent to out-of-town r!ayers. and scratch or handicap. Entry fee is $5 per man and points (BHS) 245. Mil. MetlleyoBRADI"ORD4'U7.7. MO- IGI) 11:026, Davis (BK) 11:336. DmiKlua PKYI,
The weekend prior to the Strawberry invitational, on golfers are asked to reserve starting time and carts early. sixth. North Marion, powered by 18 Robinson (IE) 202, CURTIS JONES (BHS) 12:10: 8 MM...l.y Bishop Kenny 4:m.S, Pulalku
field event points, won with 62 points 2:18 LARRY LONG I BHS 2:25.2.: 330 Hurdler 4:16: 8,O .Forest 4:25.1.:


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. Forgettable Week for Tornado Tennis TeamsCoach



Jerry McGriff and the Hrad- Eastside Sweeps off a victory for BHS
Michelle
Muse edged Keystone's
ford High tennis team members probably Only the number one boys doubles Hanks 8-6 in a well-played numbertwo
wish they could scratch bs team of Craig Sapp and Eddie singles match.
week off the calendar. Winkler and girls number four Stacey

Both boys and girls teams enteredthe Denmark recorded victories in the ........SMS b.y.I
week with winning records but no loss, and Denmark's win was by .'?&eeI Blucher (IE) d. Sapp 8-4 Olt more after sustaining four losses bet- forfeit. BHS only had four girls team Winkler --0. Richardson IE) d Here 8-2
ween them. The girls got the worst of members to work with. Ncvnwne (E) d. C. Johnson 8-6, Morris IE) d
it. losing to Keystone 6-1, Clay High Miller 87.dWMMi. l YM
CRAIG(AFP IDOII) WINK1II((5)).d..IucMeon .. x
4-3. and Eastside 6-1 to fall to 3-S as a Clay BUS girls 3 S-4.. ..._.._((1).4........C.,..h....
team. The Tornado boys played just The Blue Devil girls of Clay High ".
once, dropping a 6-1 match with won the first four matches to clinch L.hI1.aNI'Ile" I
.l.sl..i Mackeiuue)won forfeit,Kirkland IE)
Eastside to level mark
their at 4-4. the team win and then defaulted the
,
won forfeit TrlpprnwM (E) d. WInkler( 8-2
Roth will try to get back .on the others Monday. STACEY DENMARK BHS) won forfeit Coins
upbeat Thursday, March 19, with a (E)dSapp-3.
match against Baker County on the Keystone 6 BIIS girls 1 Trlppensee-Goins" E)d. Winkler-Bowen 82CUy4HSlrl .
RHS courts. Only sophomore Lori Muse pulled .) '

.i,,sl,-i Sohm (IC:)d. Carmen Eavn 8.3. Hender. < 4n
son 1C) d. Mime 83. Newell iD) d Winkler 88.Slumler .
(C) d Denmark 8-6. MIII ;l.I.E SAPP 1 r'a
(BHSId) Fender by defuult
Sports Calendar for Next Week ....bl..t, EAVES-MUSE I BUS) d. Sontn- :
'
Henderson by default -.DENMARK
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"- ---- --
I BHS d. Newell Stumler by default

Thursday March 19- Keystone I.BHS glrlalsingles Bradford High's Boys Track Team to right. Steve Marshall Stanley Clark.Clifford Hill. lUcky
North Marion at BIIS baseball (7:30) : Weeks IK)d. Carmen Eaves 8-2,LORI
MUSE (BUS) d. Hanks 8-6. Newsome (iK) d. Those running for the BIIS boys track and field team thb Nugent. Jeff Belcher Brad Ilildreth. Herbert Hawkins,
Baker Co. at BIIS toys & girls tennis ((4:00): Melissa. Winkler 8-1, Duguld (K) d. Stacey Denmark spring are: front row.left to right.Timmy Gonzales, Kenny Jonathon Johnson Steve Marks. Don Perils and Tony Hill.
"3.Grace (IK()d.Tina Bowen 93.d.ublwi Wright. Kenny Bright. Larry Long. Gerald Gullion.;Larry Not pictured Is Edward Crews and coaches Rick
Weeks-Nf-wsome IK) d Eaves Muse
Friday, March 20- 8-5, DululcJ........ d. Wlnkler-Denmark 83.- Saucer Ronald Davis and Gerald Pettaway; top row, left Stephens and Cole Chitders.

BIIS baseball at Palatka (7:30)

Poor Boys softball Invite opens (7:00)
GIGANTIC STORE HOURS "USDA CHOICE"SAVINGS

Saturday. March 21- MONDAY TIIRU SATURDAY WESTERN

BIIS boys track at Knights of Columbus. Ocala BEEFQUALITY
9 A.M. TO 7 P M.
BIIS girls track at Lady Gator Relays GainesvillePoor .

Boys Invitational continues all day


Sunday March 22- + PRICE = kO

Poor Boys Invitational softball tourney concludes
_
"USDA CHOICE"
Monday. March 23- "USDA CHOICE" 'USDA CHOICE'

Crescent City at BUS girls tennis (4:00) i

Clay High at BIIS boys tennis (4:00): SIRLOINSTEAK 229 TBONiSTEAK 249 DELMONICO 189

Baker Co. at BIIS baseball ((7:30) STEAK


Tuesday. March 24-

Keystone &: Baker at BIIS. track meet ((3:30)

Live Oak at BIIS girls Softball (4:30) "USDA CHOICE" 'USDA
(I' "USDA CHOICE" L

Wednesday March 25- CUBE 269 ROUNDSTEAK 1 9 9 SS189STEAK.

Lake City at BIIS boys & girls tennis (4:00) STEWBEEF


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Thursday March 26-

BIIS boys &: girls tennis at Clay (3:00)A : SANDWICH



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Fortune Federal Gift Shop PREMIUM GRADE PREMIUM GRADE 1 GRADE
Florida Sank oi Stork Jones Craft Shop PREMIUM,

Pigsty wa( Normon'i Produce .
Community Bank of Sta,.. Weitern Steer Sleakhoute ; 79 FRYERTHIGHS '
NuWove Solon Hord_'. FRYERBREASTS 89.1 FRYERDRUMSTICKS 79t
Looking Gloss Styling Center Pino Hut

Morgan' Beauty Shop Garden Restaurant LB.
Dimple'. Style Shop '" '. Kentucky Fried Chkken LB.

Diane'. Beauty Shop 'McDonolch .
Slump' Dept. Store Powell Dairy Fr. i. PREMIUM ORADE
Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio Sonny's Meal Pit Bar B-Q MEATY

T G* Y Store George Robert In.. Co. EASTGATi REGINCYftt PORK
Cckerd's Drug Star Janet M. Starling Realtor CUTUP
Leila'. Ore*. S Gift Shop Wilson'. Florist !AT MARKET .
Koch' Drug Store Bradford Florist' f-
Bret Jerry''s Athletic House Register Oil Co.

Andrews Drug Store lawtey Volunteer Fire Oept. SPARE99 I
Milcheir Drug Store Storke Paint Center

Sear Catalog Store Crown Central lumber FRYERS 325 N.E. 23rd Av*. :
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Komwwt SAops., Inc. Sun .9 UOS 3 M1AJTS I a BACKS Near K-mart
The magic .....,*. Starke Golf 4 Country Club '.a THIGHS .4 WINGS _a miturs on 23rd Ave..e 378-2O4O
Williams Jewelry Art Dept. IHS
WPXi Stuckey's .
CarraoW leather Shop Millard Judd. Artist WE ACCEPT ALL ITEMS
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and maintenance costs of the plane ,1. _.
by Mark Friedlln turning.
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Built In the of
days cheap
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energy
Monitor Staff Writer
donations from
a surprisingly large ,
that are just a fond memory today, I .
number of who interested '
people are M
the bomber burns nearly 360 gallonsof .
in keeping a bit of living history fly ,, .
Busy commuters at Florida's airports fuel and eight gallons of oil for 1
will be treated to a glimpse of ing.For CAF every hour it is In operation. This rt _
member
Col. Frank
aviation history next week when fuel consumption rate is at theplane's
"Fifi," the only remaining flyable Robinson of Melrose"Fifi's"arrival most economical engine set
example of a B-29 bomber, comes will be a nostalgic journey back Into ting.
those hectic days of W.W.II when he i
thundering in for a landing to go on
public display. served as a tail-gunner on B-29's fly "Fifi" begins her Florida oddyssy i I
B-29's acnelved lasting fame in the ing missions completely in Pensacola then flies into the t4
Second World War when the "Enola "They were untested Gainesville Municipal Airport '
Gay" the world's first machines when we first received March 21-25 She will complete her
atomic drop Hiroshima, bring- them in 1943," Robinson Florida travels in St. Petersburg on
ing an end to history's biggest and remembered. "They were full of March 30 and fly back home to
costliest conflict. bugs and we had to do our own flight Texas for an exhaustive check-up
"Fifi" would have never made it into testing on missions over hostile ter before taking to the air once more.
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the air at all if it weren't for the ritory. The crew of the B-29 is often asked
dedicated efforts of the ConfederateAir Robinson flew on one of the longest what they are paid for flying the
Force, a group of vintage plane missions of the war, a 23 hour huge machine around the country.
lovers based in Harlingon, Texas. nonstop marathon run from India to The only payment CAF members
Members of the CAF rescued the Japan in 1945. receive is the satisfaction they get
35-year-old bomber from "We didn't run into much trouble on from being a part of the huge effort r
graveyard" in Southern California the trip"it just took one hell of a long it takes to keep the antique craft in
where the Navy and Army Air Force time, "Robinson laughed. "Wouldn'tyou the air. '
abandoned thousands of unneeded know it though, just when we CAF members receive no pay and .
aircraft after the war In Europe and thought we had the record some many contribute thousands of .
smart-alecks in another dollars of their tll'' -
the Pacific was over squadron own money toward
Working in their spare time and us- pulled a 24 hour trip a week later" "Fifi's'' survival. This does not In-
ing, their vacation time whenever "Flfi" starred as its more famous clude the hundreds of thousands of
possible, CAF members have accomplished counterpart the "Enola Gay" in a man-hours that are required to service -
an astonishing feat of recent historical movie aired on this remarkable aircraft."Flfl" Equity Loans Aou Available Fortune FederalFortune I
restoration in bringing the old NBC last fall. will be open to the public and
engines to life so the plane could be The costs of keeping the big bomber CAF members are hoping the many
flown in all of the flying are high and constantly In- aviation buffs who come together
on display
parts
Federal & Loan cial institution Less amt, of
Savings 1st
creasing due to the high prices of wherever the plane lands will come Mtge 36ooo()
country. of the loan is
amount
aviation fuel and the large amounts out to admire and this Association Is currently offering Maximum
CAF members sponsor the upkeep needed to keep"Fifi's" four engines magmficant machine. support :home equity loans with competitive determined by a property analysis, Maximum amt of equity loan
rates, no points, and terms up to 20 and Fortune Federal will then lend up 20,0)0()()
y i The property that the loan is to 80 percent of the property's value, Applications in this area may be
W ,Hears on must be an owner-occupied, less the amount of the first mortgage.For made at Fortune Federal branch offices .
single family residence (condominiums example: in Starke, Lake Butler and
? are included) with the Value of home. . . . .$70,000 Keystone Heights.
; first mortgage being held by a finanBliefs.- 80% of home's value. . . 56.000
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Parked Cars Dobbins of Starke that was parkedwas lie Ain't !IAn

estimated at $s. Earlton, Florida man decided to
Get in WayA Damage to a 1970! Volkswagen Bus enter his mother's house by climbing
r car struck two parked cars in a owned by Lysle Williams of Hamptonthat down the chimney at Santa Fe Pass
mishap at Starke Elementary School was parked was estimated early Sunday morning March 15.
parking lot at 2:15: p.m Thursday, $100. Ken Wood cried out for help after
March 12.Melanie, The Chevrolet was stopped in the getting stuck In the chimney after be-
Pendry Gray, 31, of Starkewas parking lot waiting to pickup children ing locked out of the house, according
not injured but damage to the when the vehicle struck the Oldsmbile to the Melrose Volunteer Fire Depart
which then struck the bus
according ment.
1980 Chevrolet sedan she was driving
to Starke Police .
Department.The
was estimated at $600. ,
j ''w I d ., ,4tUijar.::. ....rY "'"';1> mage to a-1970( Oldsmobile sedan mishap was investigated by Fire fighters were called by Wood's
girlfriend and firemen him
Patrolman pulled out
owned by Frederick and Rebecca A.B.JSharp who. --did not
issue a citation. by his arms.
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Bill Gunter Has time tospruce

N,1j@ Duu DgIDn][ rn n@fpJfO@[ ( [ 0 @ Office in G'ville; ---
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Bill i Gunter, Slate Insurance COTI-
missioner, announced recently Hat :
Plant :r.; ':t"" Fertilizer 343 people contacted the Gainesvi'le
.. Service Office during December. MOYILE
Beds ; Bagged Spreader The Service Office handled Inquiries l0 PAINTS.w.wsow000ro $1297OPACO.I
from policy holders with
& Service & values; that totalled $2R ,051.00.!
Citizens with questions and in :
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Peppers BulkDekalb Custom FeedGrinding quiries about insurance can receive ",,.."
assistance by contacting the Service SALE PRICE
Plants I
Egg Office in
Seed Gainesville The office is
Pulled to Order Dealer located at 901 NW 8th Avenue, Suite Use on wood, masonry,
C-3, Gainesville, Florida 32G01. ard .::: metal. Mildew and
FRM Feed provides services for Alathua. Brjd weather resistant 100%
ford, Dixie Gilchrist Levy, Marion acrylic.
Mf (iiI1Il) i'. rem re Putman and Union Counties. ?
UU !! QUJL5l1! lJUUU E I5WU LSWPpU 15 Additionally a representative of ..
Commissioner Gunter's office visits 'a it /
Hwy. 100 W. Own.r Homer Hart 964-8631 q.N. YMI
Putman County each Tuesday of the
Starke, Fl 496-2093 month and Marion County each cOOL GAF.EN 40.N
Thursday of the month SSBHHWBE *

LrALL WEATHER / ALL SURFACE COVENTRYBeautiful

Annual Spring Sale :;', ; tcrubbtbla,

Lilt Flat -

Now In I. : Wall Pent >

ProgressSAVINGS Economy SPEEDECKFor $ 97

1 decks, porches, !
Roller Im1 ,:r.u: .xpotvdO69 ......

UP TO 40 % =Ig."., I "

A great selection of f full rolls, & -- I $1295 "

ends of rolls and remnants. x II. SoutherizedTray .


Free measure and estimates. Set -..-=-. ;:) Latex Base
.JJan'd
Also: Custom Draperies, Mini Blinds .,: .
Wood Stain

Verticals. ,Decorator on staff. We're pleased to announce that $ We have brushes-drop cloths

Mr Harold Loucks has joinedour

staff as SALES MANAGER. and all your painting needs. $999|

Mr Loucks brings 25 yrs.' experience

ti to his new position. Jackson's has It all 'lumber Bldg. Supplies/ and Painting Needs.

''ItJitD Harold Invites all his many

.O' ...,...ev... friends to stop In soon. .
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY


U.S. 301 S. Starke 964-6078
372-8466
t:t 1200 N. MAIN ST Luke Butler I Keystone Hgts.JctSR21&100.

(In the Gainesville Shopping Center) S.W.6th Ave. Price Good In
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March 19.1981Obituaries Paste 511 L


Butler; three deters Mrs. Ruby Funeral Home of Lake Butler, with ings and Birdie Roberts, High SprBuddy C. Friedlin,pastor,officiating.
I "' ''' ............... .- Richardson, Worthington Spgs; Mrs. Elder Robert Smith officiating. ings. Interment will be in the family plot in
Lula Boyd Brlceville and Mrs.Annie Burial followed in Elzey Chapel Jo'uneralservlces' will be held at 2:00 Memorial Cemetery in Lake City.
Willis, Alachua; and ten grand-. Cemetery under the direction of Ar- p.m. Thursday; jtoday: ). .M r..19, in DeWitt.C.Jones Funeral Home is In
children. cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. the Community?C mrchiwOh': :Rev, charge I
David C. Carder Jr. Mrs. Estelle V Bisbee Funeral services were' held .................. .... .... .n....... ............ ..................m........... .......... .. ..I...
David C. Carter, Jr., 56 of Milton Mrs. Wednesday, March 18, at 2:00 p.m. in
Estelle V. Bisbee 81 of Tam-
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Faith Tabernacle Evangelist Lilly Was diagnosed as
Mass., died Sunday morning March the Chapel of Archer Funeral Homeof Marshall C. Gallop, Sr.
died
Saturday March 14 at her
15, of a heart attack. residence pa after a long illness., Lake Butler with Rev. Victor Marshall C. Gallop, Sr., 73, of To Have Special f j....., '. .havingjjtultlple arid\ Stlerosis! when he
., was IS, he was not expected: toServices
Nickerson and Rev. James Llghtsey
Survivors include: his wife Ginny Keystone Heights, died in the Con-
Mrs. Blsbee native of Birm
was a Mar. 19-22 'live
Call to be 20. In 1973 he was prayed for
two one officiating. Burial followed in Ft. ?-
sons, David, III and Harold; ingham Ala.,and resided. in Jacksonville valescent Center of Gainesville,Tuesday and healed. Now inperfect
daughter, Debbie Beach; one grandson Wore moving to Keystone Hgts. Cemetery under the direction of Archer Mar. 17. The Faith Tabernacle In Afclrose, miraculously twill
health he devotes time to
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. full :
Edward Carder Beach; three upon retirement Mr. Gallop was born in Jarvisburg, be conducting special Services Come for he
ministry a blessing as
sisters, Ethel Fuller Starke North Carolina,June 5 1907. He March 19 thru MzdrcH 22.
Fay Survivors include: one daughter, moved ( beginning teaches and for the sick.
Campbell Miami and Helen Mrs. Elizabeth Carver St. Mrs.Gertrude E. Halle here in 1960 from Jacksonville ,Evangelist;,Cene Lilly ofjioriando prays
Cruickshanks, Milton, Mass. Petersburg; two sons. Charles R. Mrs.Gertrude E. Halle,74, of Lake where he had operated a trucking will be ministering at servic! :Thursday
Funeral services were held in Bisbee Tampa and A.E.!! Bisbee, Columbia Butler died Friday morning, March company. Mr. Gallop was a member thru Saturday at 7:30 p rtj;aMon\. .
Milton, Massachusetts at 1:00: p.m. SC; 13,in the Lake Shore Hospital in Lake of the Melrose Masonic Lodge /#89 in Sunday at 10:15 a.m. and 7:00: p.m.: A "He who has clear ideas can
Wednesday March 18. The Rosary was recited at 7:30 p.M. City, after an extended illness. Keystone Heights, the Scottish Rite nursery will be provided for'all *ser* command." Goethe
Monday, March 18, in the Naugle Born In' Bradford County Mrs. Bodies, the Keystone Golf and Country vices. >,.-
Chapel. Funeral Mass was held all Halle lived most of her life in the Lake Club and a member of the Com- t .j jEI''J
William D. Bearrentlne a.m. Tuesday in St. Paul's Catholic Butler and Dukes communities. Mrs. munity Church. He was a veteran of
William D. Bearrentine, 46, of Church Riverside with Rev. FatherMichael Halle was the widow of the late Rev. the Marine Corps.Survivors .
Gator Bone Lake. Keystone Heights, Kelly officiating. IntermentSt. Eugene Halle and was a member of include: his wife, Louise
died at his residence Monday morn- Marys Catholic Cemetery. Naugle the Little Springs Primitive Baptist DuBose Gallop; one son, Marshall C. SPAGHETTIDINNER
ing following a long illness.Mr. Funeral Home Jacksonville was in Church. Gallop, Jr., Jacksonville; one grand-
Bearrentine had moved to charge of arrangements. Survivors include: two sons,Howell daughter, Carol McDonald, Jacksonville $11500ff
Keystone 4 years ago from Jackson and Colin Halle, both of Lake Butler; ; three brothers, Zebulon V.
ville. He was retired from the U.S. Mrs. Nelle Rheuark Price two brothers Julius Parrish and Rob- Gallop, Washington, D.C., Parron G. eb
Navy, serving for 20 years and was a Mrs. Nelle Rheuark Price 85,of St. bie Parrish,both of Lake Butler; and Gallop, Jacksonville, and ClarenceM.
member of the Gadara Baptist Simons Island, Ga., died March 13 at grandchildren. Gallop, Knoxville, Tenn.; three With This ..' Eat In or Carry
Church. Heritage Inn Nursing Home. Funeral services were held Sundayat sisters, Alice M. Moore, Petersburg, Coupory;: OutY r ,
Survivors include: his wile Annette Born May 15, 1895 In Horry County, 2:30 p.m. In the Chapel of Archer Virgins, Janie Beck, Green Cove Spr- Offer Good ThruMarch "* < r '" .;
Gill Bearrentine; three 'step-sons, South Carolina, Mrs. Price was a ) I"- !
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Harvey Slocumb, Atlanta, Ga., Dean former teacher and accountant and a 25,1981/:/ \ \
Slocumb, Parris Island,S.C.and Dale lifelong Methodist. During her final Come to Clay Electric'sANNUAL :\ Yan
Slocumb Keystone Heights; two made her home with her MEETINGMarch 1. [; Sta
brothers Donald Bearrentine and daughters in St. Simons Island, Ga. "- "
Charles Bearrentine, both of Albany and Lake Butler, Florida. 26 .
Ga.; six sisters, Inez King of Colquit, Survivors include: two daughters, and
Ga., June Strickland Valdosta, Ga. Evelyn Rodgers, St. Simons Island, Limn 1
Ruby Nell King Carale Saucier andBonnie Ga.and Jane Campbell Lake Butler, VOTE FOR Per Family 301 S. Starke 964.6877
Ruth McLean, all of Winter Fl.; one son,Harold L.Price,Atlanta,
Haven, Fla., and Gracie Ingram, Ga.; six grandchildren and nine O. C. Carnes TrusteeDistrict DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS $2.25 I\EW!
Leary, Ga.Funeral. greatgrandchildren.Services .
services were held at 2:30: were held at 11:00 a.m. 2 ......e..e..eee..e..ee.. LUNCHEON $" 39

p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 18 in the March 18,at Goldfinch Funeral Homein Charter Member for 40 years. Conservative* TiN' PIZZA
chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Conway, South Carolina. Burial Anytime SU8
Home with Rev. Leamon Ward officiating followed in Conway at Hillcrest Your Vote Appreciated Pd. PO. M"
Interment was in Gadara Cemetery.The .
Cemetery. family requests that in lieu of
flowers donations be made to the

Albert E. Trott American Cancer Society. LLy rAIEAGLEI.I I Thursday'}sale

Albert E. Trott, 80, of Santa Fe 97 y.SaturdaYNational
Lake died in the Alachua General Mrs. Pauline Dukes Seay PRICES! '

Hospital in Gainesville early Satur- Mrs. Pauline Dukes Sexy, 61, of
day, Mar. 14. Worthington Springs, died Monday
Born in Ontario, Canada, Feb. 24, morning in the Shands Teaching
1901, Mr. Trott lived in Michigan for Hospital in Gainesville, after an extended
many years,moving here in 1977 from illness. brand sale !

Gladstone Michigan. He was a. Mrs.Seay was a life long resident of
retired millwright and was a member Union County, was a housewife and
of the Lutheran Church. was a member of the Sardia Baptist

Mrs.Survivors Eileen Massie include:of one Melrose daughter; one Church Survivors of Worthington include: her Springs.husband, famous names you'll recognize immediately Save up to 49% !

son, Robert Trott, Franklin, La.; one Jason Seay, Jr., Worthington Richardson Spgs.;
brother, Fred Trott, Midland On- four daughters Mrs. Betty n 1 t 7
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Alachua, Mrs. Anna Bass, Live INFLATABLESFOR '
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Ethlene Wor-
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Bay City, Mich.; 4 grandchildren and + fr
3 greatgrandchildren.Graveside thington Spgs. and Mrs. Thelma rouR ..:;. e.'IJ\
funeral services were Allen, Brooker; one stepdaughter, CE all7 :;
held at 2:00 P.M. Monday, Mar. 16, in Mrs. Loire Ellxson, Worthington 72x27" solid color
the Eliam Cemetery at Melrose. Spgs; two sons Wallace Wilbur Seay, Worthington matlrau or 36x24"aurf rldarl '
and of
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was in Chattanooga
charge of the arrangements. Tenn.; two stepsons Willis Seay,
Worthington and Pat Stay Starke;
one brother, P.M. Dukes. Lake

ITT RayonierJTq: .. r p' '
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E.E. Jones, Jr., Director of Forest \ romlhe
Operations and Land Utilization of aIWR merles
ITT Rayonier Southeast Timber Divi- Theatre 1 1 r J l'w V '
sion, has announced that the Founda- '
tion will again award scholarships to QoQotld ;, 100% COTTON JEANS
two outstanding high school seniors in JW4545LFrt. IN NATURAL DENIM!

the Florida operating area which Includes SALE PRICED FOR MEN
Baker, Bradford, Columbia, ., Sat., & Sun.
Gilchrist and St. Johns Counties in
Florida and Camden in Georgia. Robin WHUams HUDSON PAPER TOWELS M LB SIZE HTH DRY BLACK FLAG TWIN TENNIS DRESSES SHORT SLEEVE PLAID 10.
Jones noted that the annual scholarships OH......WOODBURY CHLORINE COSTS LESS PACK FOGGER SHORTS OR SHIRTS SHIRTS, FAMOUS MAKER
have been awarded since 1970 to in '- 21.99 VALUE!

outstanding students graduating from YOUR YOUR Collon danlm Sack fashion poekau
59 391..2 9 7 94 5 9 7
high where:\ schools ITT Rayonier and living has in significant counties CHOICE : W 7 CHOICE! ball loops and boot lags Man. a 28-38

timberland ownership. DISCOUNT PRICES WERE UP TO.M* DI8COUN PuCEWASa7.Iey DISCOUNT PRICE wAsae* 14.95 TO 22.95 VALUE! 14.99 VALUE

t Iths; two scholarships will be for Roll of 114 ono-ply towota. 68% grimilai ehlorln* formula 'EechMntr.elsonsroomupto New fashion In knlta and Cotton and polyaitar/cotton
$600 and both are for one year. Reel-. 11.10".o I or four 3 01. bar keeps pool watar sanitary and 12'x1V with S'calling ANT a wou..... Shirts In S.M.L. shone plaids Buttoned flap pockats
time,..) Woodbury .. p.p.rl.Nnpl Handy 39 Ib.aoa. ROACH KILLER,wlu.2.a7.1.e7 and draaxs Jr. and mi....'. Soma slim lilt,man's 3.to XL. i
pients are 'free to ,attend any accredited _

college! of university their choice; college and may or major junior low, low prlceWb'lg' savings! ( i

I iqfiny subject. Candidates will be WI
selected on the basis of scholarship, ilk Kov N
1 leadership and (financial need, and AF R M1MPCnAE,3O1 SMON1f "
rhade without'', ;regard to race
religion, color.. sex, age, nationalorflin
( or anceryl.rfudents
[. may secure applications .
at their high school in these six countiftfi Kf
Applications must be submitted *a I : taaketl 1a gg -
to. their high school principal no later I 'r i + ua tame
than April 22..Winners will be notified / 1 lam 11B Wes
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LIGHT BULBS .AmRY.UYI. KWMKOVER AUTO WAXES FAMOUS MAKER! KNIT TOPS BOYS' WESTERN SHIRTS '

1st Class Donald L. Hill --- :.. Two 986> CMOICB YOUR: :I 1.97 211 g'c14.88: 6"96" 6.88
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Navy Yeoman 1st Class Donald L. a, _.:::::-=-.:.::. WERE1.3.WIRE7.a7- WAS 2yardsl.38WEREIA4! St7 to SIS VALUES! WA9J.Ie
Hill whose wife, Janet, is thedaughter 80. TE. 100 watt EmrglxarM 2-p. C, 211"wide, sticks to any 14 ox. p..'. or 1( fl.ox. Combined cotton, tarry, In Authentic vVastarn styla In' poly. pLD lkr
of Wilma N. Parsons of aotd S Mo per alaava.Fameua pta. D or on* 0 volt at. smooth, dry aurfaca. liquid. Shin. Ilk. ...,. nacK styles and color cotton wlin alltcnad yokes and d3
Starke, recently departed on a Sylvanl* qualltyf k&ns power caM. ,Colorful new daalgnal I". ...n. combos. Short ilavvo, 'In S.M.L paarlliad, maps Plaid..8-20 /

to Northern Europe. ..PLUS.Black..
I deployment He is a crewmember aboard the J$ Ng MOLL-O-MAT1C [Royal China] CANNON. FRU O Fni ooM.E. .

guided missile destroyer USS Claude E.. It .-#.-.,.
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Drs. Lytle and Yant 3.88LID .88 8.95 14.88 2 r-,*.5. MENU .88 .'3PACKTSHIRTS I".... ..4.49

Podiatrists Foot Specialists WAS... WAS.2M WA8A40- OUR DISCOUNT PRICE wsRE2/a1s! OUR DISCOUNT PRICE! WAS.s.H-.. ....4.99
Announces the Openingof AM. wild) at at* cir AMI..... alaetronle dlgl-. S.lf-xnNOingtalon for 4 plates, braadbutlaftalwttnhitowdlmrnar Santa Cruz, WuclWend aft/ '.Q'hulrte Tl..,,,., by famouaIpratlekaiail Golden' bland palyaatar/eolton.
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Bike Rider Hit Deputy Sheriff Samuel H. Eunice ., I, "
arrested Correction Officer Bruce :

By Car on US301A Richard Nelson, 19, of Starke, on tht '"*:, ....; : .... ,
Starke woman was charged with introduction of contraband- FOR- SALELAKE '
failure to yield to a pedestrian who marijuana charge, according to the PERSONAL HELP INSURANCE PERSONAL

was on a bicycle on US-301 at the BCSD. LOT on sand bottomed( SERVICES PERSONAL WANTEDMANAGER INSURANCE. AGENSERVICES.
to the Bradford Nelson was released on a SS 000 SERVICES MAINES
south driveway entrance
lake In Hlllcreit.
$800 Ave., Lake
bookedat CY 160 S. Lake
Courthouse in Starke at recognizance bond after being .' '"
County down $146.44 per month. CARPENTER WORKl TRAINEE, hull Butler.4963978. Complete
-. 11:51: a.m. Sunday, March 18.o the Bradford County Jail in Starke. Phon. 473.4058 or Remodeling work, kitchen, ". 'and port-tim.. Earn Insurance Service. TFN CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES:
,.. Teila Norman Mercer, 24, Starke 473.4367 after 6 p.m.. cabinet and trim $18.000 up first year. Must Free estimates Local
;; was not injured and there was no tfnchg 3/26 carpenter. Reasonable LIT Ml BAKE AND be mature, sharp and ..n.'lor distributors for completed
E damage to the 1977 Mercury sedan Truck Wrecked, LAKI LOTS AND ACREAGE- prices. Call Ed Dentpsey at DECORATI your child's birthday | working with people FOR SALE washable nationally odwer
t' she was driving. Driver ChargedAn Keystone Heights owner 4732477. nchg 3/5 coke. Different For appointment call used Gard..". Draperies
; Mary Ellen Hankerson,' 30, of financed 10 percent Interest ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS! designs available. Phon. 473-2162. 3/19 OFFICI NDTCHOUnion SAW Enterprises. Ed or Lame
.. Starke refused medical treatment but Alachua man was charged with lots on clear sand Closed meetings Monday 8 413.2921.2tpd. 3/19-26 PLIES, Stephen. 496. 219. 3/1'
!: damage to the Western Flyer Bicycle careless driving after his truck turned bottomed lak., priced to p.m. Open meetings, Fri. PAINTING- .xt.rior and Interlor. RENT County Times open ManTFN..
:' she was driving was estimated at $20. over on its left side on CR-241, four sell from $9,900. On. to day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday Also mobile home FOR day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m.
The to drive onto miles north of Providence at 9:40 a.m. five acres overlooking lake 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7p.m. sealing. Ov.r 20 years experience. to 3 p.m. WednesdayCASH FOR OOOD USED FUR.
:"' car was attempting the Friday March 13. (access available) with All meeting In' 4733949. 2tpd TRAILER LOTS FOR RENTi I closed Thursday and FriNITURI, from a living room
US-301 from the south entrance to
: :;- Delmar Leon Douglas, 27, of nice trees from $3,300 Educational Building. Com- 3/19-26 Prices start at $49.50. Lake day 8:30: a.m. till noon.So. suite to a whole home full.
::: courthouse and struck the bicycle Alachua was treated by Union County $500 down. $30 a month.Comm.rcla munity Church. tfnchg 4/2 Geneva. Trailer Park. our 1/2 price table of Other things of value also
::5-- rider on the sidewalk, according to Phon.'' 4732879. tfnchg
Rescue 51 personnel at the scene but ) frontage- PRESSURE CLEANING, PAIN. CARS selected gift Items. Phone 732-1967 after 3
:.:::- the Starke Police Department. Investment opportunity TING and wallpapering. 1/29 3/12. p.m.tpd 3/5 3/12 3/19
: Patrolman A.B. Sharp cited Merceron was not transported to a doctor or SR-21N. Own.r-.al.smon. Phone 473-2477. nchg 3/3 TRUCKS OFFICE SPACE Keystone 1976 FORD COURIER I low 3/26.
the failure to yield to a pedestrian hospital. Damage to the 1979 Ford 473-4373. tfnchg 3/5 PLUMBING REPAIRS-Larry Center. Approximately 350 mileage, extra clean CHRISTIAN LADVi will do
charge. truck Douglas was driving was AKC OOlERMANS-Top Teague Plumbing. 179 CHEVROLETFreewheeling square feet $160 per $2,500 call 496.3625 after light housekeeping. shop.
estimated at $10,000. quality only. You are Invlted 475-1513. tfnchg 5/21 4x4 stepslde month. Call Keystone 6 p.m. TFN 2/19. ping sitting' with older
Going north on CR-241, the truck to visit our kennels. CARPENTRY AND MASONRY plck-up. 3504bl. P/B. P/S Heights Realty Realtor. 1910 "STUMPNOCKER:" 13 persons dally\ In Union or
Mobile Home Hit ran off the west side pavement edge 473-1238. WORK-bulld patios, additions AT A/C front hooks, dual 4734961. tfnchg 3/5 foot, 9.8 h.p. Mercury, Bradford area. Call
o for a distance of 256 feet, traveled WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN remodeling homes tanks. bock sliding win NICE FURNISHED or unfurnished trailer gas can battery, 431.1858 after 5 p.m. Itpd
Hit & Runner
By back across CR-241 for a distance ol rfnchg 2/5 and tile work. Also poin dow. Only 13,000 ", .1... house for rent. trolling motor, all In new 3/19.
A motor home was struck by a hit 88 feet on the eastslde shoulder, IOAT FOR SALIt le'Correct- ting. Fr. estimates. Excellent condition' $3.900 Good location. 2BR. 1BA. condition. Make offer.
and run vehicle at the Western Steer struck several pine trees, and turned Croft Inboard ski boat Phon. 473.4473 during firm. Phone 473-3607 after $200 month plus security Phone 496-3623 after 6 WANTEDp.m.
: ; Family Steak House Parking Lot 200 over on its left side according to the trailer. $4.SOO. Phon. day. After 3 p.m. phon. 6:30: p.m. Itpd 3/19 deposit $200. Phone TFN 2/9.
; feet east of US-301 at 10 p.m. Sunday. Florida Highway Patrol. 473.2241.3trhg 319.4210Y'S 782tfnchg 3/5 172 CHEVROLET IMPALA. 4732728. 2tpd 3/12-19 POODLE FOR SALE PROFESSIONAL .
March 15.Damage. Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited SIKE-good condition. UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED Low mileage, A/C' PB, PS. HOUSE ON LAKI GENEVA2BR beautiful white male poodle MAN look.nine
the careless $23.: Phon. Valen clean. 1000. 4733948. A/C. $250 per month. months old. Had Ing for working person or
driving by
permanently
to the 1979 Winnebagomotor Douglas on Tony a
= to share 3
couple bedroom
Call after 5
Itchg 3/19 needed. $65. Contact
p.m. all shots
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3/19
Itpd registered electraloglst
home owned Robert D. charge. .
by home. Near RMC
17860054. 3/19 conve
and Its Inexpensive. Call 1972 BLUE CHEYENNE truck. Itpd Elizabeth Mann one
Cranston of Haddon Heights, New Starke Man Hurt STEVE BROADWAYTREE for free demonstration Super 3/4. long wheel STORI FOR RENTi Approximately mile north on SR 121.' Itchg niences.4963247 even
:; Jersey, was estimated at $600. bate with topper. 1300. 900 sq. ft.. In front 3/19. ings. Itchg 3/19.
-t. The motor home was legally parked In SR-100 Crash without obligation., 490 Lowr.nc.Amy'sElectrolysis 473-1129. Itchg3/19 of new post office. Phon. 1967' INTERNATIONAL HOME FOR FREE PUPPIES,
when the unidentified vehicle was SERVICE 319.49'OPPORTUNITIES cute, ..., miied
473.2014.4tchg SCOUT with dog box, 4wheel
Blvd.. 4737033. Phone
Charges are pending against a K.y.ton.
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leaving the parking lot. striking the condition. breed. 4963876.
drive, good
;; right front of the motor home and Starke man after the pickup truck he Removal tfnchg 3/5 WANTEDCASH $1500. Phone 2tpd 3/193/26. |
-= then left the; scene, according to the was driving struck a larger truck on 4962695. 2tchg 3/19 3/26.
Starke Police SR-100, 2.7 miles west of Starke at MISCELLANEOUSBINGOAMERICAN FOR GOLD. sterling FOR YOUR
:: Deparment. 11:48 a.m. Thursday March 12. Trimming jewelry diamond., coins. WORK WANTED Will do REAL ESTATE NEEDS
investigated by
The
:; mishap was Will visit home part-tim. housekeeping, FOR RENT
Patrolman Richard A. Bennett. Early Young, 31,of Starke suffered LEGION your IN UNION COUNTY
:: : that him to be Free Estimates anywhere. 37 -S235. Mr. sewing and babysitting.Write .
,, injuries required HALL, SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m., -R..ld.ntlo'Acr.og.
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hospitalized at Shands Teaching 2.5 Public Invited Rittman. tfnchg 35ROOMMATE.Mole Edna Rlens, Rt. 1 Box MOBILE HOME SPACE FOR Commercial'
-, Sunday p.m.
4734732Afte 198F Melrose, 32666.2tpd RENTi Available March 1.Phone .
IntroductionGets Hospital in Gainesville. His condition tfnchg 4/2/81 or CalliVe
Drug female share 3BR houseon 31219. TFN 3/12.
to 4962308.
was listed as good and he was >r 5 p.m. AID SAll-Frlday and > Brown
: Woman Arrested reported in stable condition as this Saturday March 20 and 21. Lake Hutchlnson. $100 LARGE HOUSE) 3 bedroom
Keystone Heights Realtor! Associate
per month plus$50 security HOMES FOR 1 bath centeral heat and
:
: A Newark, New Jersey woman was paper went to press. Young's five- Coif Club Estates.. Second plus 1/3 utilities. Phone AC. Major appliances In. 496-3022
arrested for introduction of contra- year-old son, Jaems D. Young was house on right. Living 473-3110 or 473-4993. Keep SALE cluded. Near RMC. Phone
Institution taken to Bradford County Hospital in Want Action room chairs table and 4 Tiffin end Ow.n.lnc.
: band into Lawtey Correctional trying. 4tchg 3/12-4/2 496-3247 evenings. 2tchg
:1 at 1:55: pm. Sunday, March Starke where he was treated in the choirs, electric organ Iotaof I HIGH SCHOOL BOY OR GIRL DOUBLE WIDI MOBILE 3/123/19. Realtors I
tools, double barrelshotgun
: 15 according to the Bradford County emergency room and released. From Your Ads ? to care for lawn throughthe HOME and lot. Lake Hut. 3 BEDROOM HOUSE) one Riverfront A River access
:.; '..' Sheriff's Department. Young was driving a 1980 Ford 3/19 misc.lt.ms. Itpd summer. Pay $3.50 hr. chison. 3BR 2BA utility sh bath CH AC WWC, Ref lots.
:I Deputy Sheriff Samuel H. Eunice pickup truck which was a total loss. 473-2210 for good worker. 473-1937 ed. 473-1489 after 5 p.m. Stove DW Drapes. Nice No mere looking, build or
:. arrested Deloris Levine Simmons, 38, Robert A. Robinson 30, of Lake after 6 p.m. Itchg 3/19 tfnchg 3/5 Location near Lake put your trailer on home
:!. of Newark, New Jersey on a charge of Butler was not injured but damage to IBR. 1BA, CB HOMS'.one Available May 1 1. Phone foundation with ether Improvements. -
:: introduction of contraband that involved the 1978 Mack tractor he was drivingwas HOME FOR SALE mile from center of 4962469. TFN 3/19. ..7 acres off
E- 5 capsules. estimated at$8,000 Home for Sale Keystone Heights. Large I and 2 BR MOBILE HOMES! 23S.. Owner flnenced.
Simmons posted $2,000 surety bond The pickup truck was eastbound on No Hampton Nice 2R, 1 117x200 lot with fruit trees furn. or unfurn, ; Cent.A/H; Very good homeslte, 3.Wacres
1 Money Down- V.A. 12%% F.H.A.Clay County bath home on country and .
the sprlnklered garden.Much $133 $160 mo: located on ,
1 and was released after being bookedat SR-100 and tractor was westbound Bond Program Lots in Deer Springs Call today In convenient highway frontageSR
J the Bradford County Jail in Starke, when the pickup truck crossed the -Bob Harris 473-3133 setting more. For appoint. 121 at E. City limits of on 239. Choke spot e
or 9645533. section.
downtown m.nt to see, phone Lake Butler the
a : according to the BCSp. centerline and struck the tractor according Inquire at bargain buy
... to the Florida Highway Pretty lot with large 4737105. 2tchg 3/19.26 manager's office at Trailer INYISTOIS'
Operating
Patrol. detached garage with IOMI ON WHITE SANDS #10 afternoons only' 3/19 hog farm.II .
: a variety of possibleuses. LAKI-by owner 3BR.
CO Arrested The mishap was Investigated by Home for Sale Excellent financing 1/BA. 1950 sq. h. C/HA. FOR SALE If s trees and privacy' you I
Trooper D.S. Cranford of Macclenny W/W throughout like,these wooded lets I
: For Introducing DrugsA available.call carpet areright
; who indicated charges are pending in Roberts Rd. -Ranchette only 3)lots left Payments For Details built-in' kitchen den. 1976 Ford Super Cab Pick. for you. Excellent '
Starke man was arrested by the the accident. I"J&$375.00 mo. on *BR 1 Bath Expandable Home Eleanor B. cannon fireplace 1i acres Up and 1976 Holiday financing. 'I
: .. Bradford County Sheriff's Depart. orcome 11 W% applications Friday Feb. 27 Realtor 373-2483 cleared boat shed, screen Rambler 5th Wheel low Other different sited I
: ment on a charge of introduction of "Truly absurd i Is the man who Call to Affordable Homes, 327 W..Call St, porch. $35OOO firm. By appointment miles. Both fully loaded. acreages.
: contraband at Florida State Prison at never changet." tarke, 964-5533.; -'I.I or 372.7469tfn 473-2784.tchg Call -30Mj
Phone 496-2238
10:15 a.m. Saturday, March 14. Augusta\ Bartholmy 3/19 "_. I I" ... ,/11, ,.. ,
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f FOR SALE YARD SALE PERSONAL PERSONAL LOST/FOUND 'WANTEDGOOD FOR RENT M -----.r

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t SERVICESCHAIN SERVICESBILL'S '
:.. ;: CHICKEN FERTILIZE By the YARD LOST' YELLOW FEMALE CAT PRICES for used MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
SALES Thurs.. Fri. A rAID
Also
,. bag. have a 25 In.,
, LINK FENCE Install-
Zenith table model/ color Sat.. Mar, 19. 20 A 21, 368 SAW SHOP Complete Brownlee Street ,ae In mobile homes If mortgageIs HOME PARK mobile homes

v,,' ... .. TV. 12500. Phon. N. Ch.rry St. Starke. Call ed. Free Fence estimates.Co. 964-6559.HandyMan sharpening service, circular Star..... Half-grown; 3/4'paid or more. OLIN'S and spaces for rent. Phone c/rWill $ rREALTY

j 473-4908. Mod 3/19. 964-6997. Itchg 3/19. hand carbide, spayed stitches still in MOBILE. I HOME SALES 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING
TFpd,6/8L hollow stomach. Any Information, 964-S606U Op.n 7 days and sleeping '
, ,, MICROWAVE OVINi Brand YARD SALE SAT MARCH TYPEWRITER chain mower blade
REPAIR Call
contact Annette Mc TV and Air, !
New, Senior Touch ho. 21, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Three the Office Shop 110 W. ground and balanced. weekly. TPchg room
Clelland Starke Elementary home Underwood Motel 3 miles
families. Leave ot Jackson Building WANTED! Mobile axles .
.v.rol
I: defrost power a.tlings, SR-100 Miscellaneousitems. Call St., Stark., for details, Supply In Starke, Keystone, School. REWARD and tires. Will pick up.OLINS North of Starke on Hwy .....
t cycU. meat 3
: probe. mi.
: west 964-5764. tfn.
. (largo .ir.. Full factory out of Sl rk.. Look for GLASS CUT TO ORDER Heights or Lake Butler, 964-6091. Itpd 3/19. ..MOBILE HOME 301. 10/9 tnchg :' PHONE 964.7776
TFchg" SALES 944-5606.: Open 7 ROOM FOR KENT In large
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warranty. Loft lay-away. sign I tchg 3/19. Doors, windows, .tc.
: I.ft ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS MISCELLANEOUSWOULD days a week. TFchg four bedroom house TERWiLL GAR 205 N. Temple, Starke I
party Assume YARD
: area SALES March JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
21. 8
. includes
WANTED : payments of $20 p.r a.m. to 5 p.m. 1004 S. Col- 9646078. Orders also '
hous.
' Phone 96 .5148 9647619.. mechanics and carpenters. run-of- privilegesand
: month. Whit. Sewing and ley Rd. Children'i and taken In Lake Butler,. TFchg or LIKE TO LEASE Phone "'964.8331 or utilities. Call 4682515. .

: Appllonc. C.nt.r Arch.r baby's clothes. Lot of' misc.Items. 496.3079 and Keystone REMODELING BUILDING swamp or creek bottom 68-1551.9111 tnchg 3/5 tfn. ,. :. .

t Squar., Gainesville.phono Itchg 3/19. Heights, 4734973. 2/26 REPAIR! New kitchens? land for coon hunting. WANTED: Mobile Home Axles. MOBILE HOMES Two and r J''AJ.rp

t 3764466. 3/19 CARPORT SALE Frl and Hn. baths, family rooms. Brick Teenage son and poppa. 1 Paying the best price three bedrooms; clean. .

;: RCA llchg.25" Sat., Mar. 20 S 21.8a.m.- NEW AND USED WATER block, concrete. Fireplace, Dogs will not chose or for good condition axles Highway 16 and 225. New .
; COLOR
TVi. Walnut CONDITIONERS Sales and
5 p.m 1034 Southgale Dr., specialists. Grlffls Construction molest cattl. or deer. Absolutely 9648331.911 tnchg owners, formerly Whit.
contolo
; und.r
Service. Call for free water
warranty. no fires. Call Coll 468.1323.3/12 tfn.
off Colley Rd. CLOTHES for Phone 473-2108
off balance NANT TO BUY used
: Pay duo analysis and Information
964-5O44. Itchg 3/19. MODERN FURNISHED
Ladles all or 4732578. TFchg ;
$188.00 cash everyone sizes; typewriters and adding
or ossum.paym.ns 9645673. 3/12 tfn.J. .
SEWING MACHINES WOULD LIKE TO CARPOOL APARTMENT One _. L:
cloth. ..
maternity s 10 6 machines. Must be In
i $19.00 WILSON ROOF REPAIRS
p.r from Lake Butler Starko bedroom
to A/C
carpeted; ;
REPAIRED All makes
12; chlldr.n and baby's to working condition
.
month. White Sewing and Reasonable prices. Free ..-
B 9.30 .
cleaned oiled and ad- daily a.m. to : p.m. private paved parking;
size 2; tome men's size 34L. 964-5764. tfn 2/12.
: Appliance Center. Arch.r estimates. All workguaront.ed. oM ,,-
$15. Work Call 64.5165.3/191 tchg.HELP security doors and lights.No .
: Squaro, Gainesville, Shoes, ladles frye No lob toe lusted children or pets. Phone BRADFORD VILLAS Starke Fla. lest location Bessent Rd.

y phone 3764466. 3/19 leather boots, sz. 8 (brand large or too small guaranteed. James LANDFOR 964-8269 or apply after Deluxe, brick maintenance free 2 bedroom !'/. both

Itchg. n.w), $45. Golf bolls and Residential or commercial.Call Strickland corner Morgan 5:30: 1 Itchg 3/19. Townhouses low utility bills because of newest best Insulation.
Rd. and 16. SALECOMMERCIAL p.m.
Hwy TFchg
FARM EQUIPMENT 10 Ft. miscellaneous. Itchg 3/1 9. 782.3991 3/12 2tchg MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory WANTEDNURSING FURNISHED APARTMENT Can be customized for your Individual taste. Options .

Toylorwoy Disc;3 pt. hitch HUGE GARAGE SALE Rainor 3/19. trained mechanics- Utilities furnished. Preferone available fireplace, 2 full baths, screened porch

$800 or best offor. Also shine. Ov.r 500 mist PAINTING REPAIRS US-301 South. 964-6020. HOME needs full PROPERTY middle age person. Inquire others. Furnished model on display now. Recreation bldg

: new automatic Trolan| hog- Items. Furniture, like new carpenter work small 5/29 TFchg S.BOOKKEEPING. time LPN or RN nurse for 246 Park Place Stark. at 603 E. WashingtonAVe. B a tennis court or shuffle board court to be part of com

wateren. Coll 9645734. organ tool., lamps, building etc. Call SERVICES 9 4-12 shift Call 964-6220. Call ((813)) 621.2031. 2/26 ., Starke. 3/19 tfn. plex.Paved streets street lights. beautiful landscaping
9648813. 3/12 Btpd 4/30. 10/9 tnchg 3/19. all part of scenario. A desirable, different lifestyle. Prices
: Itchg 3/19. jewelry, glassware, years experience In all 4tchg NICE CLEAN FURNISHED
VETERINARY SUPPLIES RNi Immediate urgent need.In start at $33.4001
: AIR CONDITIONERS Two tomato plants Ml. Helen's phases Including taxes and TWO ACRES Nice location; APARTMENT: Three large
Wholesale to public. 8175 Stark. area Excellent * *
window unit., 5,000 and Ash In Gulf Station at corner government forms. cleared; selling price, rooms and bath. No
W. Beaver St., Marietta Fl. salary. Call Quality Car.
10.000 btu. Call 964-8767. of SR16 and 301. Fri. 473-7079 after 5 P.M. 7/3 $4000. $1200 down. $100) children or pet Call KINGSLEY LAKE
9047860053. 3/19 4tchg Nursing' Service (collect) Klngsley' at last! Shown by appointment only like new 3
Itpel 3/19. and Sat. March 96 .8071. I 3/19.
20 8 21 8am. tfchg per month 8'/t percent In Itchg
49.INSTRUCTIONAL. 1-375-8199. 3008 NW 13th
., CAMPER For long.wheel ??? Itpd 319.YARD WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the St. Gainesville, Fl. 1/29 terest. Financed by owner. MOBILE HOME 2 bedrooms.No bedroom 3 bath home of simple elegance. All amenities
Including screened dock boathouse with boat and
base truck. Sleeps 6. fully SALE: Fri., Mar. 20, 9 spot. Williams Jewelry tfn. Call 964-6960. 3/12 3tchg children or pets. Near
equipped. Call 964-6957. a.m. 3 Near 100 E. Coll St. 9647064. 3/26. State Prison. $100 per mo. everything else your heart desires. Terms possible.ON .
p.m. ROUTE CARRIERS NEEDED
3/19 21chg 3126. Southslde Elem. SCHOOLS 10/16 tfnchg. plus $50 security deposit.Call THE HOME FRONT'
School. for Gainesville Sun 20 ACRES Approx. 15 acres
1320 E. Searing 1700 ft. home 3 BR I'/iB.
sq.
1)IIARTIFH0RSEthvystured 1020 Eastwood Dr. Bed CASH FOR GOLD sterling delivery In Bradford Count fenced rest In woodland 964-5161. 1 Itpd 3/19. ..........
coins. A-Z Pawn Shop 144 TWO LARGE ROOM KIT-
mare
verygentle. ding drapes, household Must b. over 18, have with timber and creek. Call
Conerly Estates Two pretty one acre lots.
,
$600. Phon. W.Call St. Phone 9648348. CHENNETTE
Everything ..........
baby clothes and books. dependable transportation 964.6528.3/12 tfn.BOATS.
: 964-5108 after a ; WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT furnished. Underwood
p.m. ItchgLIMEROCKi Much much mor. Low s1I + and post cash bond. Little Bedford Lake-House 6 garage-efficiency opt. 120' on
] weekdays In my home. No MOtel, US 301 N. Slarke.Itchg .
: 20 yd. semi prices. Itpd 3/19. k'C age preferance. Call Good parttime income. 3/19. lake x 425' deep owner fin.
load. only. ALLEN E. Call 964-8170 Starke. 3/19 f a.f eHaf 1
YARD SALE Fri., A Sat., 9648255. Itchg319.BABYSITTING .
: TAYLOR Lawtey. Phon. March 20 A 21. '1 a.m. to 4 Semi-Truck DriversOr IN MY HOME 2tchg 326.DIRECTOR 630.636 N. Temple, I bldg. 5000 sq.ft. another bldg. 6000

782.3172.12/4 rlchg. p.m. dally. 413 Polk St. Heavy Equipment Children 6 18 months, OF NURSING RN. U FT. SCATCRAFT 135 hp CAMPERS sq. ft. 2501 on 301-150,000 owner fin.

: TRUCK TOPPERS. $199 and Patio furnltur., household Operators Stan locally $20.00 week. Marry Stark. Nursing Home. For Mercury; trailer withpower I f..faaflBei
per
$239 Installed. Aluminumwith TOIL.FREE more Information call trim. $2500; 22 FT. '74 JAMBOREEMInl-Motor -Alre Apts. Lawtey Hwy 301 on. home with 3 BR 2 B
Item.; furniture and odds Bolt. 511'E.. South St.Storie. .
: bubbles 1.500342.6464HOMES 961.6220.3/19 Hn. HOUSEBOAT with 35 hp and four completely furnished Selling price $65,000
window. and and end.3191 I tpd. .. 964-8243. Itpdi ; home; loaded, extra clean apis.
'. full warranty. CLEANING LADY for home. motor and trall.r, $2500. $5800. Call 431-1074, after with 7% assumable mortgage of appro, $50,000 at 7%
: Beasley Bargains, YARD SALE Fri. ft Sat.. lfJBJUII Please call 964-5394. May Call 964-8503. Itchg 3/19. 5 and weekends. 3/12 with mo. payment of $3(7. This. will more than pay fortselfl
March' 20 A 21, 4 15 N. Polk
473-4521. tfncha: 3/12 call In the morning or late I Hurry
St., off Pratt St., Stork. FOR SALE afternoon. 3/19 tfn. ..........
CYPRESS FOR SAUl RECOVERY
Firewood. $5 V4 cord you Men, wom.n and SAVE Buy direct from fac i ROOM CLERK TYPIST' II: For Raiford Coming up soon large brick home at the Country Club
children's clothes; small yI Correctional Center Full situated 1.7S fenced bock
load. Custom cutting. on acres yard.
Lumber. Phone 4682624. 7 appliances; Impact wrench tory.12-wlde Prices$6,999 start 14-wide at Th. Recovery Room of time position. Requires t1fONDS! DUG 1Hfa.1f 1.

ml. South of/ Stark. on Eastside and lots of misc. Items. $7,999 double wides Lake City Local Dlst. typing skills 40-50 WPM. lot 42 Sampson Lake Shores has light pole and septic tank

of 301 across from Itpd 3/19. 12995. Come by and seelarge Archie Home9&4S7S7 Tanner Funeral $3.50 applications per hour. Deadlinefor 3/25/81. Discount 30% to 100% and a Hal Huml I trailer....$16,700..aatafa Very best fishing

Shady Oak Trailer/ Park. mobile
1/29 tfn. CARS 8TRUCKS homes.selection Community of Mobile Stnrke. Fl. I For furth.r information For Construction Of Pond In 3.15 nlc. acres on 301 N for 19150. Highly desirable{ I

197S VIP BASSBOATi 16 ft., and Application contact aa.aa.0la
85 hp. Johnson power TAT; Home Sales US-301 North. Jenette Bernal Personnel Exchange For Fill Dirt. For lovely large, antique brick home situated on a beautiful.

Driv.-on trailer low hourson Starke. 9648741. 3/19 APPLICATIONSARE Dept Lake City Community Details Call ly landscaped acre In Conerly Estates A quiet secure
motor. Must sell Mak. 1977 FORD E-ISO VAN IWB; 3 BEDROOMS CB house In NOW College, Lake City. Fl. lifestyle yet near all convenlencef-a beautiful home with

offer.. Coll: 964-8092, .or, AT; PS; A/C; PB. Cruise;.,... .St9rl,.,. Gen Heat air BEING TAKEN ((904)) 752-1822 Ext.: 314. everything

) ...t.C! 964-.59.32. osk for David.. 'AM/FM B-track; 29,000'lmlleiiJMiJStselJ.J laundry .workshop.....,.At- .__ Itchg / *.- y''ILFEWLL'6 lLBrD .tt..Taa.f!\ ,
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.
I :l'S.: tfn. ... t ..__ '_ Make an tached .$Ioro'l..JIr. I<-.-.. _. .' ....., "' .... --. "("" ",. ?JntotlvevCeUfarnhr' redwood 1600 sq. ft. home with attached
a1Sv 1IifJP' ::;!1f..i4 Call"' ;H4.e''92.-4<*rl'. tdd8t i Q! ..:4, j: i 't If.. *-' ','*: **",,' 4;' *>UU ft _>*, jrrnrr> .f..... 'o" "- l ;" garage, solar hot water heater, fireplace and 57

.. -tr.mi..T '-"U595T.0.11-idt DOXd" owner 2/19 tfn. Florida tlm. men andJacksonville off US 301 on C-227;First I acres of prime property. Owner finance.
.owering ;
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2/5 tfn. Journal paper farm r/r .. .... ..
on right across
OWNER OPEN TO TERMS
hedge plant.; 3acres
.: ;
evergreens
18" 24" 1970 2-DOOR CHEVY route In the Starke area. track. Glisson. 9647138.Classified Mint condition home 2244 sq. ft. CH1A close to schools A I Ihopping.
: azaleas, gal. plus a comfortable 5
MALIBU Standard Shift. Phone 964-5165 Mon > per cupPut Have to see. j
.. can.,$1.50 each; camellias BR 1 BA home and a barn .
MUST SELL 1 1 Reduced.Call f.1.1.,1
thru 9 to 5
day Friday a.m.
{In bud and bloom; palms; for horse I The house Ad
964-7910 after 5 p.m. your p.m. Must\ have dependable a Coffee Servicein Best load motel In town 24 units $169,000 with
fruit trpeach. nectarine has for second
plumbing
Anytime on weekends. a transportation and 155,000 down balance financed at low, low. Interest
persimmon pear bath and a screened back DeadlineTuesday Your Office
tfnpel.I .
; :', plum apple fig; blueb.rryplants 1980 TOYOTA WHEEL porch. Assumable mortgage post cash bond. Itchg otes.developers ..........

; citrus: hanging DRIVE AM/FM stereo and with a low Interest 11/13. Noon or Place of Business dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty of
baskets and houseplants.
i potted cassette ploy.r. Call rat. 35000. Quality timber roads $ 0,000 with $15.000 down owner will
these
Get now.
!'" 964-6932 alter' 6:30 p.m. Realty of Gainesville, Inc., Maxwell House Coffee carry mortgage at 12%.
O.C CARNES NURSERY 23'ftnl. OFFICE FOR RENT' "
7 .It Monday thru Friday. .3/12 372.8441.3/5 4tchg 3/26. H .aaaa..e..
i. : E 'of Starke on Hwy
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? 2tpel 3/19. MOBILE HOME 3 bedroom. Large CB bldg. in good condition on one acre .
'JOO Florahome.. Phon. ... Free Use of Machine approx.
(659-2169. Closed on Mon. 1980 TOYOTA TRUCK 1 /. baths, priced to sell; Ample Parkinti: ..* 5000 sq. ft. formerly "Moose lodge" |lust off Rd. 100E

:: tfnchg. Assume payments. Inqulr.atRosho's Shop. located 2 miles north ofLawtey Cor. Laura St. & Hwy. 1004 StriEe Personalized Service $55,000 terms. ....*.....
J/ -!JEW B. USED Beauty NW 105 Av. (Grif- .

dg12.J&il A Rana..' 964.7570..J)Ichg 3/19. fls Rd or Eunice Loop). May 473.2735 Call Collect Coffee Break 375-5282 Our finest commercial property (across from Holiday Inn).
BUICK REGALi Loaded. DO 301 with 1.61 Use I Terms.
1974 on acres. Imagination
your
.. .. and be seen Sat. or Sun., signon
pipes. trade for pickup -- ..........
Will sell or property. Itpd 3/12.
U530I
rfafM :h truck of equal value. Call DOUBLEWIOI MOBILE "'I Worthington Springs Restaurant and 2 lets $11,500.a.a.aaa.a .

964-6974. Itpel 3/19.
BROS.
1975 PLYMOUTH FURY HOME to be moved. Four Wilderness I CARDIN r PREFERRED' PROPERTIES

POOL TABLED FfrheiBMl', mf, bedrooms, 3 baths, central .
.. PS/PB .4.5 secluded-nice trees 9000.
'Beige, ., .doorf ; Steve Cardln-Owner acres really
at.
regutallotWvJ-\ AM/FM radio;-air; clean; air/heat; power pole; Log Homes *40 acres Lawtey area $42,000-Owner finance.

bed wbM.ticfit'e oc- good condition; good stove; refrlg: $8,000.00. An adventure into rustic |964.675O I| k New modern CB store 301 lawtey$52,000. Owner fin.

cetsorles,'' $500.00 FIRM. mU.age..Jus$ start and Call 964-8699. Itpd 3/12. elegance. We make It Beautiful Bessent Rd. lot-133'x2SO', ,
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TANKS
SEARS % 0" sHfoldlriB"ping I'd...... $163a.004: Pfc. PARADISE IN THE PINES Home dreams reality. LANDCLEAgllMC! SEPTIC .5 acres approx. 9 miles west of $tarke-St.. Rd. 100.

polly v Bhptoo-- 468-1599. Itpd 3/19.. .:,. -Alrno ae.viv..2 bedroom JMMIM. DOZER WORK LARGE SMALLSEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED ".lawtey 301-CB .tor.-It,500own.fln.
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dl. and b911.-'l'.OO.| 1977" POfltlAC- PHOENIX dream home,on 2'/i acr/ .. DMSW FILL DIRT LIMEROCK .DRASEPTIC INFIELDS RELAID .Lot on E. Call St. Call for details

.y. on. Hgts., Ph.sional V-"\:,,.autor) lronei, 'lsslen;%I l.tr voIutjv1( Jac. ''gard.n: B47B3I11 7H-3B9B PONDS DUG / .FILL DIRT .71-acre tots, Brownlee Rd. S4.000/A. 20% down/12.

b S i;r1iGl.t1J..w f v.f t'81'Cllr iondltib,Iwlt, :' new grape arbor; ,big .Sate AlsedatM. ROADS BUILTCULVERTS TANK SUPPLIES .606 W. Adklns-House B 50' 100' 12500..
.AM/F ,' Pinewood Orlve-CB home with carport
.Jlect..windows; -worlrU ismr utility
.. SET & COVERED
cO" excellent.condition. AnsW. MnksKm SSclMl SUM I .404 N. turn Owner fin.
radio. 4-door building. A real pleasureto tt+ltn Eve. m-1471 '/ Cherry-2 large nicely opts.
chairs. $10( .upk; W50Q.OO Call Call David .3IR. 3B Edwards Rd. Has everything $69,900.
... c ls/st see, 31500. I.CMMfin. DnMtnctNS* irivest 'In the Best It saves More .
PI I 533.2$37.3/19 2l0d 3/26. Bruce Mills, Realtor SS4-SSI7 4-MM Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel carpet.

473.1' p. .$ lJO' a c' 1972 VW VAN: 7pa.s.ng.r.good Associate, Evenings, ...... .LIt ActMseLiwtsy Home B 3 acres In Breaker $51,600

3/19 condition $17Pf! }(:All 4733586. JANET M. STARLING RenteMMMI .. 123 yr. old home(2960( sq. ft.). Hampton t 3 Ac-$3t.500.

It c..QtlCM.. VEJEAT..\LA"N"D ,''964-7776, days and 1/ AUCTION *Call St. commercial' 100' x 1HT Owner fin. $9,900.

r ., :tRAIR In browns *225: 496-3140 after 5:30: pm. REALTOR. 7823931. *5.5 acres near Presby$.Church B ho.pltal-make offer,

f:4 dinette, light wJ finish I 98 DODGI D-100 TRUCK: 191 MOBILE HOMES Dealers Tues. SAVE SAVE SAVE *20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed.

yellow patterned chairs, .318, V-8 engine: LWB. Payments starting at Public Frl. .43 Ac.Lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin Lodge" $40.000.

4 $120; Early American coffee Also have toper for IWB $137.00 per month. John Spring Special 150/xlSO commercial on 301-owner fin. 33000.

."9 table, $80. Beasley ((36"), $200. Call 9645485. Brown Mobile Home 7:30: p.m. Clean and Service ....7. Acres Rd. 230A B Wilson Rd. $11.700.Country .

Bargains, 473-4321. Itcha I Itchg 3/19. Center, 473.3175.3/12 Hn. G & R Construction i 301 N. of Starke Your Vacuum Cleaner Club lot 110 x 3(3'-nice location-$10.000.

HONDA SO MINI TRAIL '1 I9e7 FORD FALCON! Runs Your *Busy Call B Water St. lot 235' x '"' Owner fin. $".100.
Home Is Make
Where ft Last
MOTORCYCLE: K.rk.r Gr.otl $450. Phon. Pioneer Electric Co. La..g.r .7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. HI Owner fin.

headers for 1977 CB Honda 964-6159 between 8 a.m. Your Heart Is .. Well Uprights $11.95 1 $500 mo. Income four furn. r.ntal.-Coll B Boy 55000.

750K; P.arc.-Slmpson 1 p.m. 3/19 2tchg 3/26. 24 Hour Service Canisters '12.95 *large apt. complex on 301 good cash How own fin.

Bearcat CB base unit with. 1 1978 F 150 IWB PICKUP 782-3065 We can remodel, build and shape up your Drilling' Power Nonels 56.50 Realtor'lIoclot.-"te Hours

: Jom-Ram antennae; one TRUCK Air AM/FM Industrial tame. MOBILE HOMES are our specialty: _.. rr 't1.-w,2.._. (plus pant) Wayne Douglas* Broker-Salesman 961.6593Gerrilennon476.3140
= b.d A "Rich"H..drl.-9604.1310
antique 4-poster radio.- tu-tone blue March 19.Aprt119

K w/old mattress.springs Call and 964-8763 cotter silver automatic trans Commercial Residential ..... ;. ..Repairs.. .A..Washing... ......... Fast Rotary ALL Vacuums Anne Byron TerwlllegarNelson,475.1677 T.rwlll.gor7776 Martha Sally Dorka Kllllan,468-225S 712-3397
$2995.00. Terwillegar t 'n not PREF :, Just Mxpensrve
w after 5 p.m.. 3/12 2t
LIVING ROOM SUITE Good I 966 FORD TRUCK 'Smoll 964-8653 ..... !f.1'L IicEfvsEO' __
condition. Call 961.7443.ltpd .. V-8. 4-speed transmission.Good .

3/19. body and runs great Route Salesm; Free Estimates Pumps! AL YOUNG I. Roofingand

HERB AND VIOITABLB' Asking$600. Call 9648503. ..... H.._
PLANTS North on US 301. Itchg 3/19. Must be Neat, 3 MI. N. US 301 Upholstery BRADFORDMINI
New Used
turn right at Stuckey's, see.
go I 971 FORD 4-door sedan; Starke, Fla. see e.eeee

_, mll.soni.ft3/I22tpd Excellent shape; good Dependable. Sales-Parts-Service 964.69'' SPECIALIZING IN

SPf 3 3/19. AND SAX, price for cash. Call REROOFING REPAIRS
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OPHONIs Piano Is KohlerCampbell 964.7184.3/12 2tchg 3/19. SalaryAND ..-.-..E.Z....?.Terms...........-.--.. STORAGENOW
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brand. Both In VACUUM MOBILE HOMES
v COUGAR Loaded ono Lie. II I tohlnkes RENTING
Plumbing
condition. Call con Tennant
excellent
car, new tires I SALE
owner Commission! In FURN. BOAT SEATS
468.2889.319 2tpd 3/2o.: wheels, clean. SpeclolllIl: $700
alum.' School Of
2 PC. LIVING RM. SUITE TerwillegarMotors. Commercials. New Installation NEW i USED up

Sofa makes Into gwen $3995.00.. 9647200. Bronson Farms Industrials and Real Estate Remodeling Repairs W.finance our own' ee .TRUCK ee.s.ee.e SEATS Cor. lauro St. < Rd. 100

size bed; loveseat all new. 1 977 LINCOLN MARK V .. 496.273DMOBILE Large 'ropertl. .._-.H_. KIRBYS JO South -_473.2735Huntley
Was 1200.: Asking $800. Will Offer 964-8350
Clean on.-own.r corwn.w ROYALS
Also have bar stools. S7S tires, AM/FM. OFFERS: ..THE REAL ESTATE RlUlCADPUMP ..
ea.; 25" Zenith color TV. 'I 1)) Profitable going ........ EUREKAS '
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8-track vinyl now on- HOME COURSE REQUIRED
$75.00. Ph. 7823666. 1 Itchg ly $5995.00. Terwillegar business In Union County. FLORIDA REAL ESTATE HOOVERS 8: i1 ) I Redfearn'sSERVICES

s 3/19. Motors 964-7200. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS 2)) Superb .0 acre tract for SALESMAN LICENSE ELECTROLUX .
UNCLAIMED LAVAWAYiSinger's
/arming. 3)) Stratpkolly &
Futuro. ,one of .Mon I weeU-9 P M. FILTER QUEENS Day or Night' Service I
Singer's finest models.: MOBILE HOME POLICIESAT I located tract suitable for Starting 2S Marcn,1981 SUPPLY SEARS 1 -t IW jUllS 473-4340

darns residential deloprnt.: 8 weeks" Duration
Zigzag ; COMMERCIAL EXPERT LOCKSMITH / or
buttonholes REASONABLE RATESOlin's W. hove Foreign Buyers COMPANY ,

t 4 y stretch monograms stitches, etc. Does ... .... Waiting W. need Listings Chamber 0' Commerce illig. .".._.......;._...._ W. repair all makes.Starke. Locks Re-keyed X jri I 473.4252

|i It all without attachments. Mobil for Very Large TroocN ;Fta. 864 NL, AL YOUNG'S Repairs Of Major
Originally sold for over Gene; -ln.t. e Locks Repaired

$300. Pay off balance of Horn Sales of land. To Register call Temple Ave. SI..lts7 Electric Appliances

$146 cash or assumepayments FREE QUOTES Gllb.rt Nelson 473-7076 475-1255 DON HILL Serving Bradford S Clay

.r z of $12.70 trial.per Phone 964. 606 Uc. Broker After 5 P-- _Starke.._.. Fla. .... 96.c, .. "1l114.$40O. '. .. SECURITYSYSTEMS Counties

:&3 call month credit For free mor.home 376-446 Elaine M. Olln.. Ags->n...> Stade. ,Call Ala' z6sa;',1..1.:;' I ; '9647061' _. :Ita".g'ri'n' ,US301..,. ... : 473-3549: LawretCH Blvd! K.ys'on.March .

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Gov. Graham Signs 14th Death Warrant;

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Three Sheila Starling; Adult One & David Leroy Washington to Die April 18Gov.
for the event.
and Chinese lanterns
Mrs.C.E."Sue"Davis Two Sandy Crutchfield and Debby
classes were
Phone 485-1344 Participating Crutchfield Older Children Guy
;

Revival At Dedan to Church be Held Kindergarten The first game through of each 3rd event grade.was intramural Wayne Parrish; Younger Children! CarlFussell Bob Graham signed a death evidence In the sentencing phase." Circuit Judge Richard S. Fuller of
Susan Welch; Pre-School. Washington was sentenced to die In Miami now retired sentenced
revival the second games warrant Friday March 13, for
will be old fashion games
There an were played against the teaching and Randy Starling; and Florida State Prison Inmate David the electric chair for the stabbing Washington to death after the defense
Church beginning -
held at Dedan Baptist
Young Singles Krist Starling. death of the Rev. Daniel Pridgen no evidence to persuade the
put
staff. Leroy Washington 31, who killed up
at 7:30
2
Thursday April : p.m. Church Training Director Randy
Chinese in murder after Washington and an accomplice Judge to be lenient.
will be delivered by Games played were: three people a 12-day spreein
The message Starling; Pianist, Annette Balkcom; broke into home Sept. 20, Court upheld
Melvin Owens of the First Caterpillar Race Chinaman Shuffle, Dade County five years ago with Pridgen's on The Florida Supreme
the Rev.
Adult One. Sandy Crutchfield; Adult 1976. They stole cash some jewelry a Washington's death sentence and the
Church of Lake Butler and Chinaman Tunnel Chinese Laundry the execution set for 7 a.m. Wednesday -
Baptist various Relay Izz Dizzy Chinese Relay, Two Sharon Fussell; Older Children April 8.Washington's. 22-caliber pistol and a car. U..S. Supreme Court refused to con-
special singing by groups. and Ash Soo Fire Frank Andrews; Youth Tammy An- death warrant Washington was also sentenced to sider his case Gov. Graham and his
there will be all Chinese Leapfrog was
Sunday April 5, an under drews; and Preschool Susie Welch. die in the electric chair for the death cabinet reviewed the Washingtoncase
Drill. All activities were the 14th signed by Gov. Graham since
with special choir singing game
day and service dinner on the ground. The the direction: of the P.E. Instructor, Prayer Meeting Wednesday Starling pm., he took office in Jan. 1979. three days later of Katrina Birk. last September for possible
Preacher will be Randy ; After breaking into her house to robit clemency.
is invited to and all ser Richard Ezzell. Balkcom Defense attorney Richard Shapiro
public any Leader Randy and
vices. Mini Olympic Song ; pointed out he would seek a stay of ex- Washington'tied up the woman and
4-H'ers Beginning March 30. physical Pianist. Suzanne Dyal. Sunday Morn- ecution in Miami circuit court this three sisters, Ruth Pitzer Julia

The.4-H'ers are preparing for County education classes will have mini ing service pastor.Sharon Drew Andrews Fussell; week. All but one of the executions Sullivan and Georgia Griffith then TRAVEL TOPICS
Leader
events to be held at the Bradford Olympic trials. There will be four Song Special;, Graham signed have been stayed so shot and stabbed each one. Mrs. Birk
Pianist Starling
Randy ;
events: 75 yard dash javelin throw the courts could consider the kind of died. Mrs. Griffith was injured and is
High School in Starke Saturday. Music Youth Ensemble; Solo,Debbie Planning a vacation?
The
broad and wrestling. that will initiate now described as a "vegetable.
jump Shapiro
running appeal on
March 18' They are also working on Cruitchfield and a special group Travailing abroad?
entered in the Bradford Awards will be given.Parents are en- Washington's behalf. others recovered.
projects to be from Safety Harbor. The Sunlighters. Going on a cruise?
A concession will Frank Meli a University of Miami
Fair to be held April 1st couraged to attend. Shapiro an attorney with the
County Preacher Tony Ray
be Sunday pm., Southern Prisoners Defense Committee student on Sept. 29. 1976 was abducted -
through the 4th. provided.lIear& Stalnaker; Song Leader Randy and stabbed to death. We can make It all easy for
Funds in New Orleans out he
pointed
Brooker Man Injured In Accident Balkcom Pianists Carol Fussell An- and our knowledge Is
with stabb-- you
Education Instructor would that death Washington was charged
Freddie 34, was seriously Physical argue Washington's
Starling nette Balkcom and Suzanne Dyal at no extra cost. Just
; yours
in an accident when he lost Richard Ezzell is coordinating a national sentence should be thrown out ing Melt, then burying his body in the our'
injured Youth
Special Music, Ensemble; call local representativeS.L.
control of his car on a curve near the event to get donations for the Solo Debbie Crutchfield.The because he did not receive adequate back;yard.
Hamilton Chicken Farm Saturday Heart Fund. "Jump Rope for theHeart" New River Church is joining legal counsel. Several days after the third "Jimmie"PEEK.JR.
March 23 through the 27th. If T'It's unusual death murder, Washington turned himself
March 7. Starling was one of the most
in Family 964.5140He
night. Church
with Grace Baptist a at
into Miami Police. He confessed to all
hospitalized with multiple injuries in you are interested please contact March cases I've ever seen, Shapiro said.
Bible Conference starting
in Ezzell for further information. "The trial attorney pleaded him guil- three murders and waived his right to
Shands Teaching Hopsital
the of
23 through the 25th. Guest speaker on has had a lot travel
Gainesville. It has been reported that Brooker Elementary Monday will be Ben Bryant; Tuesday ty to three capital offenses but then a jury trial and jury recommendationon experience and will be able

Starling will be permanently paralyzed Soccer Match Robert Gills; and Wednesday night he didn't put on any mitigating sentencing. to save you time and monev.'HOLBROOK' .
held three
from the accident. A drive is Brooker Soccer Club a Jim Countryman. There will be no .
underway to help raise funds for way match last Saturday at the ball Wednesday night services at the New : ;;r
medical expense and to help his wife field. Teams participating were from River Church. All members are invited TRAVEL INC.
and 3 small children. Donations are Lake Butler Lawtey Blue Lawtey
.
in the conference.A
to
participate .
3520 N W. 13th Street
Gold and the Brooker Bulldogs. Approximately -
being accepted at all grocery stores in bus will be leaving the church at GainesvilleFlorida32601to
100 students were involved !
Brooker, and a bake sale under the 6:45: pm., each afternoon. Titian, one of the greatest color artists of all time, lived
direction of Lydia Polk will be held in in the games.
Lou
front of Greens Grocery Saturday The first game was a close match Benefit Cindy Fund Kidney Drive be 99. ((904)) 377-7111

March 18, beginning at 8:30: a.m. All between the Brooker Bull Dogs and The Timber Wolf C.B. Club
proceeds will be given to the Starling the Lawtey Blues. After 45 minutes members are sponsoring a coffee Graham Baptist Church
the ended with a tie score wishes to
Fund. play game Rev. James Starling ex-
break for Truckers and Travelers on
1 to 1. Game Two was between Lake the to at-
invitation to
Brooker ElementaryPaul tend an public
North of at the Farmers
McDavid correctly spelled Butler and Lawtey. Lake Butler 301 Market beginning Starke at 6 pm., Friday tend services at the Baptist Church in 2nd Annual World ChampionshipOP.II

"forehead", then "acre" to becomethe played a fine game going all the way March 20,and ending Sunday at 6 pm. Graham each Sunday and Prayer
Champion Speller of Brooker without substitutes but losing to The coffee break is to raise funds Meeting and Choir Practice beginning -
Elementary School last Friday the Lawtey 4 to 0. The final game of the for little Cindy Lou Countryman'sKidney at 7 p.m. each Wednesday.
13th. Debbie Parrish was second runner day was much like the first game with Benefit Fund. New Church In GrahamA

up after she and Paul went for 15 the ball moving up and down the field. Cindy Lou Is scheduled for a kidney Praise Christian Assembly

rounds before she missed forehead, Ann Starling from Lawtey did a transplant in the near future. She is Church full gospel non-
giving Paul his chance to win. tremendous job as Goalie blocking the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Jim denomination has been established in
Class competition participating in Brooker's five man host from scoring River. Graham under the direction of
Countryman of New
the spelling bee for school championwere until she was injured. After 40 Benefit Richard Cain. There is an adult service .r .
Fire Department Sponsor
Susanne Dyal second runner up minutes of wide open play big Tim The New River Volunteers of the In-depth Bible Study at 7:30: p.m.,
alternate in case Paul or Debbie can- Davis lamed a score which was Bradford County Fire Departmentare Wednesday.On Sunday for the young 7:30: p.m.
not make the County Bee,Tish Grosh caught by a Lawtey Goalie, however Benefit Chicken and and old alike Sunday School begins at
sponsoring a
Lamar Barnes Eddie Jay Seawick behind the goal which gave Brookera Rice Dinner and a Gospel Sing at the 10 a.m., until 12 noon. Anyone In- RI & 9 March
1 to 0 win over Lawtey.A and
Mickey Keedwell. David Hamilton terested in joining the fellowhsip
New River Fire House ,
Tim David Scott Douglas. Ranl!,' special. thanks to Steve Acne and March 28.Serving time is 1 pm.Saturday,until. does not have transportation may Sat. ,; 20-21
.... <> Edins P.E. Coaches from
Polk Sondra Green Grir i Plates will be $2 adult and $1 per call Cain (listed in Brooker directory)
Mike Stilwell Kevin Starling Teresa Lawtey Elementary who organizedthe child under 12. All per proceeds wil go to for bus service.
for Lawtey. To all the parents
Sabrina Personals
Crews Brian Perea. Starlingand trip
the Cindy Lou Countryman Kidney
Greg Pardee. Judges were: Mrs. from both schools who helped with Benefit Fund. The Fire House is We are happy to see June Lowe
Cindy Bartlett Ms. Martha Pillow transportation David McKnight and located approximately 2 miles Northon home and doing fine after surgery at
Crawford. Coordinatorof Keith Tetstone, Referees G. Park last week.A .
and Mrs. Sue LIllian 235 North of 100 near New River. the Orange Hospital
the spelling bee was Mrs. Susan Moredick as photograher River to former member of the community -
Scott. Mace scorekeeper and Buddy Pater- Go through New Highway Sylvia Starling Morgan is a patient Green Cove Center
100. take a left to Highway 235 turn Springs Agricultural, f fSR
McDavid and Parrish will represent son and Bob McGuinn as ground right and follow road down to the fire in the hospital in Arcadia. We
Brooker Elementary School at keepers and coaches. wish her a speedy recovery.

the County Spelling Bee to be held at Girl Scouts station. .Boy Scouts u Mrs..Gene Crosby and two sisters, ... 16 -,,- ., .n .. :
the Bradford County School Board Office The Girl Scouts will be selling Scout Troop Number 516, with Nona and Martha visited the Tom Green Cove Spgs.
Boy
March 31 cookies all week at the school and in
Building Tuesday, their leader Stephan Hunter will visit Mann family and Marion Groover 845-2485
afternoons after school. Be on
1981. some St. Mary's last Sunday afternoon.
Alachua and Manatee
and observe
P.T.A.AnnouncementA the lookout for them and support;your fessssssssssssssssf
Counties scout troops as they assem-
reminder that the PTA will sponsor Girl Scouts.
ble at the Butler Plaza in Gainesville
slow soft ball tour- New River Baptist Church .
a men's pitch
be in celebration of
nament on April 24, 25, and 26. Any This is the week the young people of April 11. This will of the two
Scout World. Many troops
the church will be in complete charge
should contact
Buddy
team interested
Paterson at the Brooker School or of all the church activities. It will only Counties will camp there for the APPLE TREESNew
and FERTILIZE
the event
weekend. Tickets for <
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Steve Nipper.The tournament will be be as successful as they are willing to events coming at the Naval Air $
held at the Brooker ball field. make it,so young people support your up sold .
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"Chinese" game day held at Brooker : Sunday ;
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Phone 964-663 Meeting was held at the home of Mrs. School 10 am.. Morning Worship 11 VEGETABLE PLANTSrb.I:; i i

Viola Carlton Wednesday night. am.. Evening Worship. 7:30: pm. Plus 12% -
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County day at 7 pm. Worship High .
The monthly meeting of the Brad Mt. Slant Association one day session day at 12 noon. The members cordially 1' ..
ford County Concerned Citizens will will be held Saturday March 21 begin- Invite you to attend. Concentrate I Nice Selection i r

be held Monday March 23. 1981 at ning at 12 noon. Saturday 5 pm., Volunteer Help: Sunshine Acres Is in Favorite Kinds '
Sulfur.
: All interested citizens and March 21 the Pastor. Deacons need of volunteer help to work with / 418". ,
members are asked to attend. Trustees Seniors and Juniors are the mentally retarded clients. Please ONLY \ 1/. I

Church Activities: asked to meet. help. Call Mr. Bob Larimer at 964-7699 Pant' I
New Hope Baptist Church: Rev. The Ministers and Deacons Union for information.Sick Bag Covers Quality :

L.W. Mosely pastor. Women's Day will begin in Olustee March'ZT, 1981 at '
will be observed March 20, 1981. Friday Jerusalem Baptist Church. Rev.At J. Lawtey Mrs.Road Sarah is J. Morris home of from 2105 Old the Up to 5000 995 TIME TO REPOT HOUSE PLANTS

at 8 pm. Service on Saturday Morning at Simmons pastor. hospital improved from her illness. Sq. Ft. Sterilized-Weed & Fungus Free-All Purpose
School
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7:30: pm. Sunday am. The kindness of friends and *4'
relatives
Sunday School 9:30
will : am.. Morning
be Mrs.worship Evelena 11 am.Kittles.The speaker The program Worhsip 11 am. All members are asked help her to recover. STOP INSECTS 229 389'
to attend the Fellowship of Chur- Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 40
will terminate at 3 pm. The 20 Qt. Bag Qt. Bag
will be Mrs. Shirley Mosely.All ches at 3 pm. Church: Tuesday, 7:30 pm., Prayer FEED YOUR GRASS N Nil
speaker Mt. Moriah United Methodist and Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: pm., Blye's a __
asked to the
members The are is invited.support Sister Pleasant Grove United Methodist Circle will meet at Mary Parks home. FERTI-LOME 50% MALATHION SPRAY

LeoTa program.Morris. Chairman.St. public will conduct Sunday School only. All McKay and Lee's Circles will meet at LAWN FOOD
members are asked to attend the Mrs. Rebacca Allen's home. Thursday Controls Many Insect Pests On Vegetables-Shrubs Trees &
Fellowship of Churches at 3 pm. 7:30: pm. Story Hour Friday 8 PLUS r
pm., Usher Boards Number 1 and 2 DIAZINON Lawns Also Kills Fleas On Pets & Livestock
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church: Sunday will celebrate their anniversary with
John Missionary Baptist Church: School 10 am..Morning Worship. 11 Rev. H. Hudson guest speaker. The DOES BOTH- 88
Sunday School Sunday 10 am. Ser- am. At 4 pm., Rev. F.R. Satchel Outreach Choir will sing. Sunday is I 548Qt. 9
vice second and fourth Sunday. Choir presiding Elder will hold the 2nd Trustee Day: 9:30: am., Sunday GETS RID OF Pt. Reg. 648 Reg.10M

rehearses each Wednesday 7:30 pm. quarterly conference. AU membersare School. U am.. Morning Worship. 6 Chinch Bugs, .

Baptism service will be held Sunday, invited at attend. pm., Evening Worship. Fleas Ticks 'I
March 22, 1981 in the 11 am. service.
Rev. Willie Huffman, pastor. -e- -- -- -..-- -- --- Ants & MORE TORO : Red Sale

The Greater 8th Young Allen Chaper Adult Choir A.M.E.Anniver-Church Are You looking for a Church Home: Bag Coven ", Tag
Up It 3.000
sary will begin Friday March 20, at 1 095Ir- -:1"

7:30: pm. It will terminate Sunday: I CA?! YOU Have Found It I Sq.Fi. .........
askedto
March 22, 4 pm. Members are
cooperate with this activity. Sun- I FERTI-LOME 1 LIMITED TIME ONLY -

day School 10 am.. Morning Worship 1 First Assembly of God: CYCLONE SPREADER I
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11 am. The cooperation of all I SAVE 50..|

members will be appreciated. Easy, Even Spreading I r

First Born Church of The Living I Hwy 16 & weldon St., Starke '. 21" Cut Self Propelled Electric Start
SPECIAL
God Tuesday 7:30pm.: Bible Study. .
: A! Easy start high Torque engine select-a-pace
Friday. 7:30: pm.. Tarrying Service. I i, drive control handle 9 5

Sunday School at 10 am., Morning Is business for the King. You are welcome to share ., 4 6 9 5 Model 20790 Reg.479.95 4 2 9
Worship at 11 am. Fellowship of
Churches 3 pm., Evening Worship this joyous Christian experience with us. "' Model 20785 Same as above except

7:30: pm. You are Invited. with manual starting. 9 5
Church of God In Christ: Tuesday of Old Fashioned Up to Date I c Reg.429.95 389

each Immediately week 6 pm.alter. Prayer Prayer Meeting Bible, I Full Gospel Bible Teaching Use Your Charge! / SAVE $40.00 on 21" Side discharge


Spring Band. Starting Conference Tuesday will March start 17.in I Sunday School(Sun.). . . . . 10:00: a.,. t. 1 i Easy Self-propelled pullatart mower 2 8 9 95

-ksonville at Bishop C.D. Kinsey's Morning Worship (Sun.). . . . 11:00 a.m. Model 16320 Reg. 329.95 ,"
church 17th thru the 22nd.
Antioch Baptist Church: Each Revival Time (Sun.). . . :. . .7:00: p.m. I .

Thursday 7 pm.. Prayer Meeting and Prayer Meeting (rue:.). . . . 10:00 a.m. I LO DA LAWN & GARDEN CENTER
Bible Study. Friday the Union Choir s

will sing at New Hope Baptist Church. Family Night (Wed.). . . . . .7:30 p.m. I REST

Saturday. 6:30 pm. the Union Choir Nursery Open for Infants A Toddlers 539 East Call! St. Open 9 a.m.to 6 p.m.
will rehearse. Sunday School 9:30: OMTROL

am., Morning Worship 11 am. The L| Pastor Rev. Paul. Baughman Starke Phone: 9645145Page
Union Choir will sing at Putnam Hall, .J
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Lawtey News Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Rebecca ..
Chesser and family of Marietta.
I Rev. and Mrs James Cowart and wW: ,aI*$, 1n
the Adult Ladies Sunday School Clasa ,Va ny
of Northside Church, went to Disney
by Elizabeth Terry World on Tuesday,March 10th. Those .
Friends of Mr. Ward Landia, regretto _
phone 782-3300 who went were: Mrs. Geneva
learn that he heart patient In
was a \
the Bradford County Hospital and Milliard, Mrs Gladys Carter, Mrs. f6f
Personals Maggie Anderson, Mrs. Ruth Mattox, 11 t ,
was able to come home on Saturday.Our
We are very happy tdeport' that are with him Mrs. Evelyn Norman, Mrs;, Nealie (
Mr. Lonnie Teston prayers Carter and her Laverne, and
and Mr. Paul Nor Julius Eunice, of Starke, Mr. and son
man were able to come home Wednes- Mrs. Lois Carter. Everybody enjoyed '
Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake City,Arthur l t tr
day from St. Vincents Hospital, Malton of Waldo, and Regina Eunice th Mripand : :ttiu {?
Jacksonville. We pray that they will were Sunday dinner guests of their frs.:Lynn Boch and Jenny r gym-
continue to improve in health. parents Mr. and Mrs.Harold Eunice. of Alachua, were Saturday dinner
Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mrs. Ward guests of their mother Mrs. Daisy
Terry Futch"and sons of Jacksonville Landis visited her husband Mr. Ward Boch and their grandmother. ,, Mrs. 1
Beach' visited their Aunt, Miss Nellie Wilkinson.) ,- A,;
'Elizabeth Terry on Thursday after- Landis in Bradford County Hospital Mr.and Mrs Franklin Starling and 1
":noon. While there they visited his Wednesday. While she was there, family of Brycevllle, were Sunday
:brother Benton Futch and then went Mrs. Crews visited her friend, Mrs. dinner guestsoftheir parents, Mr. r
,to buy groceries. Edna Mae Williams of Starke, who and Mrs.Fleam Starling. I"w
was also patient In the hospital Rev.and Mrs.James Parrlsh Rev.
Petty Officer 1st Class and Mrs.Joe Cynthia Brown, daughter of AMS-1 and Mrs. .Walter Perry of Calhoun, !+ q' {
Harris and family of Jacksonville and Mrs. Brown was honored with a Ga. and Rev. and Mrs. Davis, Mrs. ma t
spent Saturday and Sunday working birthday party on Saturday. Six other Elsie Norman, Dale and Andy Nor-
':;'on their place here. Mr. and Mrs classmates were present. They servo man, Jim. Kenneth and Kevin Nor ; -
>I David Forster, of Jacksonville, spent ed ice cream and cake. man, Tommy, James and Lamar t, .pr t d
most of the day Saturday with them. Mrs Maggie Hodges JWacclenny, Crews and Hilton Coleman,Jr.,were s :, 4f4tfi
Mr.and Mrs. James Bowman had a is spending some time with her son-in- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
birthday party for their daughter, law and daughter, Mr.and Mrs. Morris Frank Brown at. .Florida. State Prison, : '
Mrs. VckCrews on Sunday They Kelly. Raiford.
served Sunday evening dinner and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Revels and Derek Gained of Starke, spent Sun-
birthday cake. Her husband, Stephen sons Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellanand day afternoon with his grandmother,
Crews and children son Jeff of Starke, were Sunday Mrs. Earl Teston while his mother, '
her grandparents dinner guests of their parents, Mr. Mrs. Kathy Gaines and her sister
; Mr. and Mrs R.E Altwater k ,
and Mrs. Lois McClellan. ,
and Mrs. R.W. Bowman of Jacksonville Nancy Teston, played ball. ,
were present. Everybody enjoyed Reggie Norman, of Gulf Hammock, Mrs James Waters and her grandsons. -
the party. spent from Monday to Wednesdaywith Shannon and Stacy Higgln- J
Mr.and Mrs.Terry Futch and sons, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. botham, spent Sunday afternoon with
of Jacksonville Beach,were Saturday Truman Norman and his grandmother her Mrs.son Michael and daughter-in-law.family Mr. and Top Students Lawtey Elementary.. Second row: Michelle Harbour. Steven Hardee, Gary
Mrs. Carl Prevatt.Mr. Waters and of
dinner guests of their Aunt Miss
Elizabeth and Mrs. Junior Harris of Middleburg Earning stralght-A's at Lawtey Elementary the fourth Norman Stephen Tomasovitch. Bridget Holder. I
Terry. They also visited
Third row: David Shine Jason Plkher, Shan Hampton.Unlssa .
their brother Benton Futch, during Starke and Mrs. Lila Henry, also of Mr.and Mrs. Barry Watts spent the Ix-weeks are (l-r- King. Chris Durban.
the afternoon. Starke spent Sunday afternoon with weekend with their son. Barry Lee Front: Michael Becker, Todd hall Marla Scott.
their cousins, Mr. and Mrs, Lonnie Watts of Augusta, Ga.
Mr.and Mrs. Dois Brown entertained Teston Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and fami-
forty-two guests for a Deer Melvin Futch of Black Mountain ly had a family get together on Saturday 13 LE Student Earn Stra ht-A's .
Hunter's N.C., was a dinner guest ofhis .
Bar-B-Que on Saturday Monday March 14. They had 18 dinner -.....
afternoon.Honored with a plaque was Aunt, Mrs. Carl Prevatt and his guests in honor of their daughter
Mr. Nathan Byrd for killing the cousins Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- Miss Julie Crouse and Kevin, Thirteen of some 410 students at Kim Lee, Lisa Mitchell, Tammy Cowart, John Hamilton. Jr., Lisa
largest deer during the season. man.Mrs. Newsome for their wedding of March Lawtey Elementary earned straight- Padgett Wayne Prevatt, Christy Harley, Cindy Harris Sherry Hern-
and children of Jo don, Kim Johnson,
Jill McClellan
Tommy Talley Redding Strickland Tammy Jeffrey ,
A's for the fourth six-weeks grading
The included
21. her
Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece, guests grand- James
Jacksonville, were Saturday luncheon Tatum Denise Waddell.Grades McNearl, Cary Bryant Mize,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Poole period which ended March 2.
Mrs. W.F. Atwood, were business guest of her mother, Mrs. John parents earned 5-6: Alicia Bright, Zack Dana Norman Carrie Sellers Lori
visitors in Jacksonville on Thursday. Tye, Sr.Mrs. Pat Crouse, Billy Cre>use, Mike and Seventy-five more students Chastain Terry Gaskins, Kim Sellers, Mark Shuford,
Mrs. Ernest Hewitt,of Tallahassee, William Wilson spent the Perry Sykes all of Jacksonville and places on the A-B honor roll, meaning Gowens Stephanie King Russ Shuford, Stacey Shuford Ann Staring
all A's and B's.
made
the immediate of they
spent a few days with her parents, weekend with her brother-in-law and family Lawtey. students Miscally. Nicole Palm Missy Price Jim Starling Robert Starling
Straight-A are:
,Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. sister, Mr/and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of Eric Starling, Cindy Taylor. Virginia Strong. Pam Taylor, Ernest
Barb first
Michelle ur, grade,
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice and Jacksonville.Mrs. Church Activity Grades 6-7: Lisa Blalock, Robbie Whitley
:family, of Gainesville, were Saturday Nellie Wilkinson and Highland Baptist: Homecomingwill daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bar- -- ...
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,:dinner guests of their parents, Mr. daughter, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and Mr. Be March 29, 1981.They will eat at Michael Becker 2/3 combination
and Mrs. Harold Eunice. and Mrs. Andrew Wilkinson, were 1 p.m. Everyone! Welcome. REBATES
of Mr. and Mrs. Les
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SxI'p Becker..Angle DeVore first grade End Saturday Hfeg|FOR
dater of Mr. and Mrs. David

Chris Durbanfourth grade son of March 91 st l : --
Mr. and Mrs. Raymon<* aQban.

Shan Hamn'eAOV' ih grade, .... .. -
daughter of Mi SdY.gertha Hampton. "
Todd Hall, 2/J combination son of
LE Principal and Mrs. Charles Hall

Steven Hardee, first grade, son of SAVE
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee.
Bridget Holder, first grade, UP TO Beat
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis


Holder Chris King fourth grade, daughter $1,156 Any
of Mrs. Hazel King.
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:2p M Gary Norman, first grade son of
pi Mr\and Mrs. Ronnie Norman. n ?-Bi !

f ____6 Mr.Jason and Mrs.Pilcher.JeoyPilcher.Maria : third; grade. ,.con of -. .. '''-'' ." ....:;...' ..-...... .... itJ..

--III ., s rw pt Scott,,fourth grade,daughterof
a Mr.and Mrs. David Scott. 'In

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fB __ k Tomasovitch.son of Mr. and Mrs. George N. Fla.

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David Shine, fifth grade,son of Mr.
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1 A-B Honor Roll:

First grade: Dale'' mold, Shane
BlalGck, Bennett: Fjreaqie' Crews<, Cartrissa SAVE SaVE SIVE
Top at JSfmSSS S&SStfS Billy Gault Diggs, AbranrpriffiB;:Srmeka Hen-
_Spellers, Lawtey Elementary.. David Shine.Winner SHaWrfer'' lIUJ&t'in. FORD REIA1E
drlettr.: Ricky Ill ,
of their clan spelling bee and competitors to Back row: Alicia Bright Jeff McClellan,; Ernest Jackson, Latain Johnson, Lamont
who would represent Lawtey Elementary In the Whitley Chris Cribb, Malachl Jenkins Dale Tetstone
Mosley, Debbie Mote, Glenda Rosier,
n'tyjtte spelling bee March 30 are (I-r-) and Trey Howard. Brandy-Roan. .. Ill T-IODEAAHADA
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Lisa ]Hock! Champ:; Ann Starling Runner-Up In Spelling Bee Michelle Grades Brown 2/3:, Cyhtll1a Carmen
-- CribbsT n ii Cruce Christie
; lea Blal< k speUecF",tabllity", tended Baldwin High and Ann was at Christie Evans, Karen Hardee,
t Nrotsntsird" t8 win the bpelnng bee LE. Both'misspelled "foundry." The Jason Howard, Samath) Jones, Donna SS23-171
Elemen word was mispronounced Padgett,:vlVHebelle; ! FF'LJW' "foundery," In the county spelling Starling,'o'Araeva'-' 'JoWiUkms, Craig
A Cidlllidliy [ ], ,bee last year, Ann says. Wise :..q Oq..1; | <:
'an a rN "All cf you are to be commended," oo I 1o rf v." ,) !ak nl'lT firs:
be t.tHtfl'' Principal Charles Hall told participants Fourth".grade! *!: *:MkKI: Becker,
r s e.V countywide I in the spelling bee,and wished Michael.BlalbdcrKIni Brewer, Mar-
U gbee set March 30 at 10 am. In : them well for next year's competition cilia Carter Tlmmy James Don't Miss It -

til hqsi tlVe offices)In*''* .\' Cox<.Susan' Crawford..Donna. .....;' Fralick,
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bWiheh I "o Mr.and Mrs.. __.''oJ.ja" -'
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themselves each correctly spelling ., '
four words before Ann missed on AVAILABLECyriain
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Come drive the all
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"foundry,'' "merge," quadrangle! ," Lisa Blalock
and "lethal" before Ann missed. MaterialForYourChicken
Both girls were runners-up In their Champion LE SpellerRELICEMSIHG
spelling bee's last year when Lisa at- i' new EXP .. Yes, the
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Ms.Patterson's 4th Grade took the shamrocks home along witha
Spelling Super Stars for the first green lollipop as a treat for the holi
DOC Internal Affairs Unit Needed Says
Report ., Dana two weeks Bowen of,the Laurie grading Mobley period, Ryan are: day.We're sorry Wesley' Norman Is

Moore Selena Norman, Barbara. home sick. We hope you return soon
Smith, Renee Thomas, Patrick Wesleyl Our class drew him picturesand
To Properly Investigate Prison Brutality Cases Tullius Brian demons, Renee sent him a shamrock to wear on
Hewett, Terrlcena Kitties Patricia Tuesday.,
Parado Jimmy Langley, Audra
Brantley Harold Chandler, Kim Our class Is finished with CTBSt!

The Department of Corrections investigation "However, no determination can be Jesonek reported inmate Johnny Fort Russell reported many inmates do Dukes Donna McKelvy.Allen Porter, We're very excited that our study of
of prison brutality Is un- made without a complete reinvest- was protected from discipline not complain of unnecessary force Rachel! Allen Shawna Blom, Eugene Mexico has begun. Johnny Walker,
satisfactory, Flnellas State Attorney gation of each case." because he acted on orders from because they are afraid of retaliation. Blye, Kevin Crawford, 'Coretha son of John and Maria Walker, is
James Russell states in a report to Russell recommended to DOC that administration officials. Jesonek according He recommended a system be devise Daniels. Karen Hodges, Jull Jackson, helping the children everyday after
Gov. Bob Graham released Monday, the department stop hiring exfelonsas to Russell, had no direct ed to allow Inmates to make uncen- Cindy Samons, Jeffery Tyson. These lunch to count to ten in Spanish.
March 16, in Tallahassee. correctional officers, saying it was knowledge that Fort had Instructionsfrom sored complaints directly to the students have made a perfect scoreon The class is really looking forwardto
Russell, assigned last May by Gov. difficult for such officers to have the administration. secretary of the Department of Cory their spelling teats for 2 consecutive having Johnny mother bring
Graham to determine whether the credibility with the inmates. Russell's investigators also] looked rections. weeks. tostados In next Monday as an after-
procedures for investigating "The Department of Corrections Into charges that the special squad Friday, March 20 will be a teacher noon snack. She will be helping the
prison violence were adequate, recommended should not be testing ground to deter- had beaten Inmate Eric Dinsfriend. "What constitutes unnecessary: or planning day and a student holiday. students pronounce several words in
ex-felon has andRussell unreasonable use of force is subject to Tetstone-Austln KindergartenNo Spanish during her visit'Our
that DOC establish an internal af- mine whether or not an who is several of them,
fairs unit and criminal Investigations been rehabilitated," the report said. report that Dinsfriend's account varying interpretations but most one in our class was pinched on students are beginning to visit
division to look into all reports of Gov. Graham, in releasing the of the incident was not true. people can agree that the use of unnecessary St. Patrick's Day! All the children our school library. They are enjoying
brutality.The 43-page report, did not make a state- Russell also reported that he did not or unreasonable physical wore green on checking books out to take home.
report was compiled after ment to go with it. investigate Fort s allegations that he force Is unacceptable in a civilized their clothes.They especially enjoyed Thanks goes to our librarian Ms.
Russell's investigators visited 15 Russell reported his investigators hit another inmate who later was society," Russell said. wearing them to lunch. The.children Shubert for helping the children.
Florida prisons. but reported a majority looked into some of the charges of officially found dead on orders from a prison officer He reported agencies tend to fall
of the cases originated at Union sanctioned brutality by UCI's because those were already be- short in their investigations when an
Correctional Institution near the referred of correctional officers ing probed by a task force of investi- allegation is made oy an outsider :Bradford Middle School NewsDates I
Town of Raiford,Florida State Prison by inmates as a "Goon gators under the supervision of 8th against a member of the system.
near Starke and Reception and Squad." The allegations were raised Judicial Circuit State Attorney "Traditionally, policemen do not
Medical Center near Lake Butler. two months ago but have not been Eugene Whitworth of Gainesville. like to investigate other policemenand to remember Friday success.
"The state attorney reached the proven by inmates and former of- Russell in his report was critical of correctional officers do not like to March 20, Teachers Planning Day. The 8th Grade Parent Association
conclusion that the Inability of the ficers on CBS 60-Mmutes. DOC's investigation procedures and investigate other correctional officers Artist of the Week Debbie Tyliczka. met March 5th and elected as President -
Department of Corrections under the Theodore Mott a former UCI cor- said the investigators are being .' Russell said. Debbie did a drawing of a clown Mrs. Catherine Sapp
present system to satisfactorily In- rectional officer who reported on the hampered by lack of manpower and 'However, it Is clear that unless an face In magic marker. Treasurer Mrs. Brenda Thomas.;
vestigate all matters relating to un- nationally televised program that he training. agency takes a vigol'OU8ltand toward CTBS Tests were given March II The association will a
necessary or unreasonable use of participated in beatings ordered by Russell reported violations of proper conducting internal Investigations the 19. We will be sending the results trip to Disney World sponsor((8th graders Spring), '
force has J placed the credibility in his superior officers, changed his investigative technique included agency will continually receive home as quickly as we receive them. tentative date, May 2nd. Funds to
question with both the inmates and story under oath when questioned by failure to interview the inmates make pressure from outsiders to remove help trip will be raised by
the general public" the report said. Russell's investigators.Mott ing the complaints and all of the officers that function entirely from the system We would like to welcome Mrs. two activities: (1) Dance in the BMS
The report indicated 84 cases of was hired as an officer at UCI involved, failure to give lie and place the responsibility for these Joann Jordan to our Volunteer Pro- Gym, April 25 from 7 to 10 Opento
alleged brutality that were studied, shortly after he ws released from detector tests where applicable, investigations in the hands of an outside gram. Mrs. Jordan Is helping in our all county students K.8. Admissionwill p.m.
excessive force was found to have prison in 1976."Althogh failure to photograph assault victims group, be they laymen, civilian EMH program and we welcome'her. be$1. ((2) $1 tickets will be sold for
been used in seven, while necessary Mott testified that he had and lack of effort to locate indepen- review or others" adopt said. Anyone interested In joining our a drawing for a $SO food gift cer-
force was used in 12. No determi- beaten inmates while he was a dent witnesses. Russell stated of the volunteer group please stop by or call tificate and a $50 department store or
nation could be made in 53 of the member of the special squad, he Russell suggested DOC should con recommendation to establish a well- the office 9644093. sporting good store gift certificate.The .
cases, and another 12 cases were exceptions could not recall a single incident duct a staff study to determine why staffed criminal investigation divi- The Junior Beta Club held a car drawing will be held at the April
for various reasons. where he was instructed to perform policy regarding the manner in whicha sion and an internal affairs unit would wash and bake sale, Saturday March 25th dance. Any 8th grade parent Interested -
28 cases were re-evaluated in such a beating by a superior officer"Russell cold "Use of Force" Report is to be investigated eliminate many of the problems he 7 at the Community State Bank:and at in helping with these projects
depth, DOC investigations were said. "Likewise. Mott is not being adhered to. outlined in his report. Eckerd's Drug Store. Both were a please notify Catherine Sapp, Brenda
unsatisfactory in 18, according to the not recall a single Incident where he great success bring in $135 for the Thomas or the BMS office.
or any other member of the "goon club. Thanks students who
'State attorney personnel did squad' or superior officer instructedan 4J participated and especially Mrs. Linda Last Tuesday, March 10th, 40
substantiate in the review of the 84 inmate to beat another inmate on Bennett, Mrs. Karen Black and parents attended a band rehearsal at
cases that in seven instances, un- behalf of the administration." Decorated For Easter Ms. Sandra Tompkins Club Sponsors. the-BMS Band Room. This rehearsalwas
necessary and or unreasonable force Russell stated James Jesonek Girls and boys basketball in- conducted by Mr. James Perontofr
was used and that there was a large another former UCI correctional of- Cookies Cakes & tramurals were held Monday night, the purpose of preparing the band
number of cases in which force used ficer, repeated to investigators the Cupcakes March 9. i In the BMS gym. Results members for their District Contest in
was questionable," the report said. allegations he made on "60 Minutes." a..e eataaaaa ..Ittw vere as follows: Gainesville last Saturday. The

Hot Cross Buns Girls Gold Team, 26; Red Team parents received the opportunity of
11. High scorer Gloria Davis (GoldTeam sitting next to their child during the

Florida Supreme Court UIJi3( DQ J0Ui3( m t Boys),-10 Gold points.Team, 46; Red Team, rehersal tributions and she/he finding is making out what to con-the

0o 41. High scorer, Rodney Rutledge BMS Band Program. Mr. Peronto is
138 E. Call St. yg90Starhe's (Red Team), 13 points. hoping this will become an annual
F.* Many thanks to all the folks who
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Circuit JudgeA fabric from these mills -- -

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new judge for the 8th Judicial Cir A new circuit court judge for this quality and greater ..."", '
cuit was recommended Friday, circuit would cost $81,806) for his ..Uaf ctlon... r.
March 13, to the state legislature by salary, secretary and lawbooks. .
the Florida Supreme Court.In Second-year costs for each Abbot Ftbrlc
their annual certification to the Avondale Mill/
category are lower. Counties pay aU Amtntm FabricsRloom.b.rp
Legislature, the justices asked for non-salary costs for trial judges. Fabrics
three new appelate court judges, 15 The 8th Judicial Circuit currently Blue Pldg WmkltrBurlingtonKlopmtn
new circuit court judges, and nine has seven circuit court judges. / -
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Starke woman charged with Mrs. Martin is a nurse and her hus-
murdering her husband last fall is band was employed as an emergency
scheduled to go on trial at the Brad- medical technician at Bradford County
ford County Courthouse in Starke at 9 Hospital in Starke at the time of his
a.m. Monday March 23. death.
Ella Nora Martin, 45, was indictedby Mrs. Martin will be represented 2 $1 .00
the Bradford County Grand Jury Jacksonville attorney yds for
last fall for first degree murder In the The case will be prosecuted by Assistant -
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