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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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muddy 31st 'edition of the Brad- him the fair is an impossible 4-day the 54th Miss America to "a wild
r ford County Fair opened Wednesdayat battle of trying to carry out every re- black stallion coming off the. plains into
11 a.m with forcasts for improving quest, but not always succeeding. the big city"
i weather and only a slight chance of This year, for instance, its muddy Miss Powell has said she intends to
showers after Wednesday night. and the public address wasn't working spread the word of God through musicas
StrawberryHappenings Wednesday.But Miss America 1981- and make as
Rotary Club members cooked and there are many attractions, in- much money as possible while doing
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sold 1,000 chicken dinners as the cluding Miss America and the swine
crowd turned out to eat lunch and tour and steer shows, which will pull people it.She is an operatic singer, and her
t exhibits where there is concrete high into the fairgrounds several goal is to be successful. "And the
\ 1 a. r ground to walk on. But the crowd times There are also about 20 flats of epitome of success is doing somethingyou
; i I; Wednesday afternoon on the muddy the prettiest strawberries you can absolutely love and being paid for
I "! q Inti! Stephanie WIlliams 4. looks back at midway was sparse. ever expect to see in the county ft," Miss Powell has stated.
c v. Grandma as rides the. Merry-Go- Fair goers can keep their feet dry 'agriculture exhibit. They were to be The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
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, I z !1 r.. Round at top having drug Grandma on a tour of the booths and livestock auctioned off Wednesday night. steer show is set Friday April 3, at
i. out on the midway despite the mud. exhibits, but the midway is another Rotarians began cooking their 1,000 7:30 p.m. Forty-two steers were
Ky t T j George Pierce and AI Crosby at story, especially the farther north one pieces of chicken at 6 a.m. Wednes- weighed and 38 made the cut Tuesday
j' JI left wrestle with only 200'servings of walks. A beautiful day is predicted day to begin serving right after the afternoon. The steer sale is set Saturday -

"y v t I chicken left and Judge Elzie Sanders Thursday, and party cloudy with ribbon cutting. April 4, at 7:30: p.m.
J.. ;( t JIJ still hawking tickets at the fair gate. scattered showers, predicted Friday Opening day of the fair each year is The fair will open each day at noon
1 a All 1,000 chicken: dinners sold out as and Saturday. High temperatures in designated Rural-Urban Day and and close at 11 p.m.
Rotarians once again hooked up with the 80's are predicted. Senior Citizen Day. allowing all age 55 New bathroom facilities have been
"i xA the rural folk to make the 1981 BC County Judge Elzie Sanders, prettily or older into the fair gates free of constructed in the cattle and livestock
"ir p Fair opening a success. r assisted by 1881 Strawberry Queen charge. building. A new rabbit and poultry exhibit
Which is the best flat? The county Tammy Denton and 1980 Strawberry The annual swine show was set area with a concrete floor,
"" i agriculture booth below> was Queen Bobbin Stephens, officially Wednesday night with some 81 en- located behind where it was last year
favorite stopping place Wednesday .opened the fair with a ribbon cutting tries, the most ever, by 4-H and FFA has been constructed. New pens and
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r'. ., /' i local growers could get together on Wednesday through Saturday run. Counties. The swine sale is set tonight hogs have been constructed.
-;# display. Berries will be auctioned off Queen Tammy 'cut a ribbon and (Thursday, April 2) at 7 p.m. Admission to the fairground is 50
't" each night at 10 p.m. .Judge Sanders welcomed some 75 1981 Miss America Susan Powell of cents. A 4-day'pass costs $4. Fair
44 persons to the fairgrounds on US-301 Elk City, Oklahoma will visit the fair Association members can buy a 4-day
&3 ,' M north. The Bradford High ROTC Drill from 24 p.m,, and 7-9 p.m. today pass for $1.Ribbon .
Team.conducted. a flag raising (Thursday;April 2), Miss Powell 22, winners in needlework
La .ttyremony. ,- "* ,described herself after being selected cookln h-lIakiJlg.: .arts and crafts - } t414r4i1 Some: 50,000: persons ;;expected t ,; Miss America as a deeply religious horticulture are listed in the Bsectionof
walk through the fair gates fair person who has never used drugs, has this edition of the Telegraph.(
I general manager Bill Wilson no boyfriends, and considers pre--
; predicts, to see the booths, animals, marital sex "not right" for her Booth Winners...
j : the biggest midway yet. Wilson is in though she doesn't speak for all Winners in booth judging were announced
.\4e charge of running the fair, and for women. She likened being selected as Wednesday afternoon. Theyare

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: Academics in Bad Shape Florida Treatment Pest, 2)Control.Suzuki of Starke. 3))

Adult Education: 1)) Laley Correctional -
Institution, 2) B-U Vo-Tech
A horticulture, 3)) Bradford County
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pA ,Junior Education: 1)) 4-H. 2) Girl

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A school board workshop on year barely able to read and write as League.
academic problems will be set up they should," Mrs. Miller who is also
shortly at the behest of Bradford president of the Bradford Education Strawberry Winners...
High English instructor Julie Miller Association told the Bradford school
Winners of the top flats of strawberries -
sAL board
March
Monday night. 30.
who graduates here can-
says many -
the fair
entered in 1981 competition
There is coordination
of the
no
not read and write as they should.
.. ...;a academic program, Mrs. Miller says. are 1)) Clayton Strickland 21 Vernon -
"Young people are graduating this "It's a very, very bad situation. I'm (Dick) Starling. 3) David Carter.Soum .

not talking about 10 or 20 students.I'm .
talking about half of our senior


3O1-South Concrete Plant Fate Left in DoubtAs class.seniors Ninth in grade her English words classes are giving including Stie (TrierTHURSDAY.


honor students, plenty trouble -


Developers Lose First Round of Zoning: Battle the J.R., school Mrs.(Jim Miller board) Lawson says.agreed, chairman with Mrs.of IZ Iry

.& Miller that today's students cannot +ae
write well. Lawson said he has received :
In a 4-1 decision the Bradford Coun- Commission in favor of rezoning the to three years if available room is east side of U.S.301 from OR to CI some 25 letters from young people t----'
ty Zoning Board voted Tuesday night property from OR to I (Industrial adequate; 40-50( employees. (intensive commercial) Manufacturing entering animals in the swine or steer ,)
for an adverse recommendation to would then necessitate action on the is prohibited in this area. show r.
at the fair under this
county
the County Commission on rezoning special exception by the Board of Ad- The plant would be operated by Newman said that three lots in this week and the writing is terrible."I way.
6'i acres one mile south of Starke Steve Cardin who
justment. plans to reincor- "
tract had already been sold con- wish you could see.. Lawson
from Open Rural to Industrial for Both sides of the issue were porate and move his present opera- tingent on the rezoning. They are the said
possible construction. of a batch con- represented Tuesday night by their tion on U.S. 301 south to the new loca- truck the former 'l'
former site of a stop, Mrs. Lucille Payne, coordinator of
crete plant. attorneys, Wolbert for Scott tion, if approved, and make additionsand location Skcetcr'a restaurant which curriculum and instruction, asked for
The matter now goes to the County Whitehead and Leonard Ireland, Jr. improvements as outlined.In .
burned several months and the adminstrative
Commission for consideration and ago a new position at the APRIL 2
final action at its April 6 regular for Longchamp and.property ownersIn addressing the zoning board lot directly behind Skeeter's. beginning of the meeting saying she BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR
Deerwood.
meeting. Scott Whitehead, applicantfor would be Tuesday night, attorney Ireland said No opposition was expressed to the has been unable for years to doletime CONTINUES
denied there
Wolbert
any the and the board unanimously to the academic
the is proposed change in zoning would rezoning. program.
rezoning expected to since
ap- air from the
pear before the board with his attorney pollution of Environmental plant violate II of the 16 criteria specified in passed a favorable recommendation The new administrative! position MONDAY. APRIL
DER (Department the board's zoning code governing the on to the County Commission. would be a director of personnel and
J. J. Wo'lbert
to ask approvalof of filtersto LAWTEY COUNCIL
the Regulation) requires the use objectives) of good zoning practice. lie In other action the board denied I he services. The school board tabled the
rezoning request over the zon- dust. He
ing board's negative action. remove the the objectionable of from 40 to said that rezoning Open Rural area petition of Joseph A Seanlan for administrative staffing chart and personnel Meeting7:30........ p.m.
to
Petitions and sentiments in pointed possibility for a concrete plant was notnecessary rezoning two acres, three miles north > << 1 for the staffing l'hartpr''IIt'ntt'tt
opposition when all BRADFORDCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
50 employees at the plant side of U.S. :lOt)
of Starke the west
and support of the proposed plant four have been since there were ample on Monday night by Supt.
completed
phases areas already designated for Industry from OK to CN (commercial II, Casey
from and
came pro con sources with three or four years from now. Meeting*:10 A.M.
arguments being made that the plant under the county's. comprehensiveland Scunlan said he proposed future To improve m-atlomie prot'icicncvwill

would provide .needed jobs. But Time schedule on construction. of use plan. construction of two masonry fort.. lake"It's a concerted collective<< ef TUESDAY, APRIL 7
not a small pl'oblt'mIn! ;.
Albert ngchamp, builder of the the plant would be: Approved buildings on the property<< for. possible Miller said. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
nearby Deerwood subdivision said the Phase 1-Office and repair shop, Otherrop rty fast food franchise and a convenience OPENS
industrial use would adversely affect summer of 1981, 12-15 employees. Earlier in the meeting Ronald store. He had no definite plan "Are you saying the educationsysleut ..........
real estate values in the area. Several Phase 2-Batch plant for ready ( Ronnie) Newman and Scott ill present, and the board gave 11 of this county has failed. STARKE COUNCIL
asked
school bourd
residents of Lincoln City, a black mix. fall of 1981. 16-20 employees. Whitehead received a favorable negative recommendation: following member ArthurCaskins Meeting- 7:00p.m.:
community.which abuts the proposed Phase 3-Precast Plant winter or recommendation: from the board on protests from several nearby pointing mil tests of slink'ntsdon't

plant site, viewed it as a source of spring of 1982, 24-35 employees. their request for rezoning 26 acres of homeowners who objected<< to cons bear that out. THUIUDAY.APAIL.KIWANIS *
employment, while others saw a Phase 4-Block Plant within two properly, one mile south of Starke on inciTiali/ation of r t lie I area. Mrs. Miller replied that tests IIrt'not CLUB BANQUET
threat air pollution with an adverse on grade level and are multiple
choice. "If you are 11 good .." Western Steer Steak House
effect on the aged and children in the guesser
area. First Woman Tests given students today are verys Paul Cameron 7:00 P.M., TV-4
Elected Co-op BoardThe
If the County Commission upholds to
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*t' Academics.... i .a.\ As Special Guest
the Zoning Board's anti-zoning
... Tickets$7.00
recommendation it would the
mean nine man Hoard of Trustees at for one year and be up'for reelectionnext In addition to Ms. Keeves' pout next
end of the road for the concrete plant
Clay Electric Co-operative Inc. is nowa : year for a three-year term. year trustee from l Districts :5 and 7
'at leant in (that locationIf the Commission ;
"nine person" Board as the first will be running for re-election. Inside.......
overrule Zoning Hoardwith woman to serve elected Thursday Kc-elcclcd in District 2 at the < J
was I'rcHcntly nerving in District 5, which % ()/t: A'1t11
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favorable vote for it
a rezoning,
March 28, at the 43rd: Annual meeting was Sam Hogg. The incum include linker, Bradford and Duval Two Sections -- -
would open the door for Whitehead to Meeting? held in Keystone Height, bent received: 735' :votesr jtpponed to, t'ounlicH, In Xedra Hamilton rl'mlBrokE'r SECTION A +' ,
a third finaJIinoveto.war.d0ap-) O.(:. Carncs: :
{ receiving: has ((904) 782-3931
463.lIlIlg
/ Susan Surrency Reeves ,of been ? Wayne Holling-worth from News. . Pages 1A-JA HOMES .
proyal. a. "< a member I the Hoard for LOTS ACMAGIAUTHOWZIOOtAtlM
eight lake City represents District 7, Editorial . ,
Since: there;. !re'n6'-previsi'' > by members to Trustee' covering, Columbia and) Union ftxinliCM. Society , Pages SAA4A
Ityunty'H: zoning,cn4e.( K,h.cOfl. co-op/ serve as Thomas Malphurs District 4, and '
.' tructJllQ---W.hpe.raUc, I1:: r..a'dihcret for Dixtrlct' : 3 for.one year; Her opponent. Floyd (Inamt, Iistricl6.! ran Correspondence. ..Page 7A'A
.pemtJn dlH\li b "1'aul Joyce, received :KM: voles.:' ed and will l Kervtf'another'thi-M-yeiir uiuippoH- A company ottk-lal reported :4.WM Sports "Pag' A-llA ( Ht
a Plat::: granted by I Ih Ms. Itccvcs la the daughter 0t, c! Icrm each'.'Ma i I Ittours.' : ivusler for nix; I"'tlplt being Mt'rvt'tl the free tiniHT Legal A Rear Esf. .Page HA
BradfCrd y-BrR1 "' d- late Dick Surrency, vice- rcpldencof years;; 'tCCt'lvM/r.OO'7'I\t/ tC's.'Adding(: )f"t'pil ed t. by coop employee* .whoIwgabI' SECTION 8Obit"ules. :
mentaaeparate,4gjft'", ")he zoning the Hoard flt the time of his death in Ihrcd yearn t Son
I Hoard. A ruling I by'the 'County' September- I9RO. She will fill this pout (hallo received II)68'4ubM) (: hours thai morning. Classified. Page '8'. L_,.". Ft. 32058r 1286



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"I was very surprised, shocked, brought the house down when asked thunderous applause. what she would change'about herself white top with strawberries appliquedon
and happy," says newly crowned her choice if she could be anyone else. First runner-up Vickie Carver said if she could. "I wouldn't change it. Tammy wore a white one-piece

Strawberry Queen Tammy Denton, I Miss Crawford said she would be women should serve in the Army but anything because you can never,be bathing suit, and a white form.fitting
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17, a junior at Bradford High who former Miss America Cherty Pruitt not in combat adding there are many perfectMissSikes, answered. evening dress.
rides horses more than she thinks who had one leg shorter than the other ways for women to serve their coun- said the contestantsall
about beauty contests. I and through faith and prayer it grewto try. 1'he new queen will preside over the Queen Tammy Virginia Crawford would
match her other leg, Virginia said Bradford County fair this week. Her thought
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,and here comes Virginia, Tam. 1 r shorter than the other first the ribbon to win the pageant. Miss Crawford was
she has one leg Second runner-up Lori Ann Lawson duty was cutting
after in the 1980
named my thought second Lori Lawson was k too,and Miss Pruitt when at the local named Abraham Lincoln, because of open the first day of the fair and to first runner-up named Miss pageant
Congenialityboth
and Vickie
runner-up fair as Miss America,told her to have his honesty as the past or present kick off Rural-Urban Day activities at and was and this
Carver was selected first last year.
runnerup.But year
faith and pray. person she most admires. She would noon Wednesday.
the five out-of-town judges
and learn from Lincoln Miss Vickie Carver is the
listen First runner-up
thought Tammy was the best example "You never know when you make said.Finalist Tammy is a statuesque 5-6 with and Mrs. J.T. Carverof
Lawson of Mr.
of fie All-American girl, and someone's day or inspire them for light brown hair and light brown eyes. daughter
Tammy was almost floored when She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Starke.
life, Miss Crawford said to Shelley !Sikmt: was asked Second Lori Ann Lawsonis
Master of Ceremonies Grover Don Denton of Keystone Oaks in the runner-up
Howard called her name as the 1981 I southern part of Bradford Countynear the daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Henry

Bradford County strawberry queen. Keystone Heights.To Lawson of Starke.
Paul Cameron TV-4
Also among the five finalists were Other contestants were Misses
Virginia Crawford and Shelley Lee go with the theme of the Shelley Sikes, Lisa Gilbert, Sue Ann
Sikes. pageant "Strawberry Hoedown," Meadows, Marie Hart, Janet Jordan,
a To Address Kiwanis BanquetPaul Miss Dention wore Levi shorts and a Kim Rieske. and Sylvia Hollis.
The 12 contestants paraded beforean

appreciative crowd, which filled ,
the Bradford High auditorium, in wsf Cameron, sportscaster al port them. The public is Invited to at- MISS AMERICA

street wear, bathing suits, and even- WJXT TV-4, will be addressing a tend, eat a steak dinner, and hear
about the Starke Kiwanis Club's in-
ing gowns. Finalists were chosen and Special Olympics

asked one question before final question Y Banquetsponsored volvement with Special Olympics in Susan Powell Visits Fair
before the queen was chosen. An by Bradford County.
interview with judges Saturday afternoon the Kiwanis Tickets are $7.00 and are on sale
weighed equally with the Club of Starke. through the following outlets through with dark
ausan Powell, Miss America 1981, is a green eyed beauty
The Monday, April 8: Western' Steer
banquetwill
pageant competition.Miss .
brown hair and a fair complexion from Elk City, Oklahoma.
be heldThursday (964-8601) Denmark Furniture
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Denton, in answering her I (964-5827)), Davis Monk& Farnsworth Miss America will appear at the Bradford County Fair today

question, said she would carry out her : April 9, at the (Eddie Douglas, 964-7404), Jordan (Thursday, April 2) from 2-4 p.m. and from 7-9 p.m.
duties if selected the first woman ,_ Western Steer Agency (964-5237)( and./Bob Milner At 21, Miss Powell is a classical singer who wants to perform profes-
reporter to enter a men's pro football Steak House (964- 904)). sionally with major opera or theatre companies. A vocal performance
locker room after a game. She wouldbe ." Kiwanis members graduate of Oklahoma City University, Miss Powell plans to continue her
starting at 7pm. are urging -
highly nervous, said Miss Denton, -1A' to buy now since only 100 ticketsare people education and seek a Master's Degree in vocal performance, then havean
but would not let her employer down. .k. available with the sale ending extensive private voice study in the United States and abroad.
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: Cameron Monday. 5'4" 110-pounds Miss Powell
"That's the way I feel about it," .. likes water and snow skiing, .
will be speaking Cameron reportedly is looking for- 'a6tI "
said Miss Denton, the daughter of a ." ...' 1 r on Special ward to visiting Starke since he writing a journal, sailboating, : !
deputy sheriff and parttime preacher, .. ., and visited occasionally with fellow bicycling.
and got a big hand from the audience. TV' Sportscaster gSTSSd for students Len Register and Robin She graduated in the top 10% of
Tammy Denton Paul Cameron her senior class at Elk City High I
clubs such as Mullins as he went through school at
Contestant Virginia Crawford 1981 Strawberry Queen Kiwanis to sup- the University of Florida. School, has had five years trainIng -
in voice, two years in theatre
dance trained in piano for 10 '1f7s

. Teresa McCollum is Champion Speller of CountySpelling and years studied, the trumpet acting two for six years.years, .

.-. ... ., She was a 4-year consecutive x+
winner as "Most Promising t

like clockwork with no missing "ninth," putting in an extra out on"relic." Young Artist" in college; and had

hesitation Theresa McCollum won the "E." All three got by many honors in music and Miss America of 1981

spelling bee Tuesday morning, Miss Collum correctly spelled the seventh roundBenjr Bass of SS theatre. '
count 31, over 11 other school cham- "ninth," then "varnish" to win. correctly spelled)"diary, Amy'Clark Her father, Wendell Powell, is a landman. Her mother Vinita Powell,
pions and runnersup.Miss The word "eternity" got Mike of HE spelled "garlic, and Theresa is director of Volunteer Services for Elk City Hospital. There is one
McCollum, a seventh graderat Barber of Starke Elementary McCollum spelled "melody." brother, Tommy, 24.
Bradford Middle School and the "announcer" eliminated PaulMcDavid Bass went out on the word Her parents raise quarterhorses for racing. Susan helps her mother
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Mc- of Brooker Ele., "receipt"got "athlete" in the 8th round. Clark deliver meals on wheels and entertains in nursing homes, has worked as a
Collum of Starke, spelled "ninth" and Lisa Blalock of Lawtey Ele., spelled "inspector" and McCollum department store model, chopped cotton, and appeared on local televi-
"varnish" to win in the 12th round. "maximum" got Randall Polk of spelled "hoax" to stay in. sion for Starlight Theatre production. She has received special recognition -
Runner-up Amy Clark, Hampton Starke Ele and "relic" downed Deb-- y Clark "venture" and Mc from the Oklahoma Senate and House of Representatives. Susan
Elementary fifth grader and bie Parrish of Brooker Ele.in the first Collum) 'adornment" in the 9th serves as Goodwill Ambassador for the Oklahoma Tourism Department.
daughter of Principal and Mrs. Con- five rounds. I t round. Clark spelled "fountain" and She won the Miss Oklahoma City Pageant on her way to becoming Miss

nie Clark, correctly spelled Four more of the 12 school cham- d McCollum "photograph" in the 10th America the most prestigious beauty title in the land.

"saxophone," "garlic," "venture," pions went out in the sixth round. h roundd, and Clark "scholastic" and
"fountain," and "scholastic" before Stephanie O'Steen misspelled McCollum "mailable" in the 11th.

Then In the 12th round Amy mispell-
ed "ninth" spelling it "nineth." Randy Parado Chosen

BHS's ChosenTo Theresa correctly spelled "ninth,1'then !! t' rtil'i l w if Kl d 'u'''I ',',lrl/nhl"
Bobby Epps ) "varnish" to win. "! .[; Ir.,, ,,ji (i-. '." ,iii"1iii
I I -1 Pronouncer for the county bee was,, | i (jrti'
BHS STAR1iStudent. .. .,,
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Attend Youth Seminar ,". u............... .r N'lr. I Bradford Allison Aljets mgn.",guidance Judges counselor were ad-ay. r .h ? 'r

Theresa McCollum I ministrators Myrna Lou Rahn and Randy Caesar Parado, a junior at
I Flossie Jennings, and School Board Bradford High School, has been Y
nam-
is Orlando April 2426. The all County Spelling Champ i
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bobby Epps a busy body. expenses- Member Patricia Spengler. ed by the BHS faculty as winner in the
Not in the sense of being nosy... he paid weekend is a part of the actor Mrs. Lucille Payne, director of curriculum Student-Teacher Achievement
just always seems to be involved in Hugh O'Brian's Youth Foundationand ? 'and ,
"manually, Cassandra Fisher of HE instruction introducedthe Recognition program (STAR).
is sanctioned
in
something somewhere.The Florida through went out on "reliable," Ann Starlingof spellers to the crowd of students For the 17th consecutive year the
Bradford High sophomore has the Secondary School's Association.The LE misspelled "deactivate." and and parents who packed the school Florida Chamber of Commerce is
had to hurry out of class regularly to tenth-graders will be exposedto board
Debbie Parrish of Brooker Ele. went meeting room. sponsoring the STAR Scholarship
program
perform duties as Senator in the Student leaders in government, energy,
financed the business
Council and Homecoming Chair- computer technology, business, law -\i of Florida by com
man. and other fields in what officials term munity through local
In the Fall Bobby was coordinatingthe "the American Incentive Systemm"and chambers of commerce and endorsedby t 1 raj.
building of floats for the also take field trips to a defense Fire Damages Florist Shop. tion.the Florida Department of Educa I I1ml'

Homecoming parade while using his plant! and Walt Disney World's Epcot
The
STAR is
after-school and Tuesday, Thursday, Preview Center. Smoke, water damage resulted in the day when the buildings were occupied give recognition program to one junior designed studentin to I
900 sent in i
and hours sophomores to
Friday night to serve as answers ,znnod
from an electrical fire started in wiring several persons said. Had the each Florida high school who ex s
student for the Tornado foot- three questions which the selec- '
ball trainer. tions based.on between the ceiling of Julia's fire stated at night the entire block hibits a sound respect toward the free tun! )'1l.h
teams.In were I'
Florist and the surveyor's office of might have gone. enterprise system and also ,
the Winter it was basketball Pat Welch in the Winkler building on With just 19 days before Easter. recognizes the teachers who, in the ..
Bobby was both a trainer and a r Temple Avenue (US-301) Tuesday Mrs. Underhill doubted the florist opinion of the outstanding students in- I '? JII
.fIoi ,
for the
Tornadoes. it
scorekeeper Lady 4rrr' morning, March 31. shop could get back in business for its spired and contributed to their) ,
baseball and l ,r ,
Springtime means week "
of the
biggest She said she achievements.
Bobby is chief trainer for the BHS diamond year. .ht !..}JIB. JI, -"Jlq
Starke firemen quickly doused the would start immediately and try to be Randy, the son of Mr:' and Mrs. ** .
crew. blaze by tearing into the ceiling from )/II'rr'n.be'
ready. Romeo A. Parado of Starkentwas Randy Parado
And he is the epitome of an active L- unl l'
above and below.Julia Underhill said
The local Sears Store and Winkler selected the
church member at Madison Street she smelled by faculty as the one ,BUS!STAR$tu4enti:10'BUS ,, ,
something burning bet-
Electric, on either side of the florist junior who best exhibits the following
Baptist Churchsinging in the choir ween 11:15: and 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, and were damaged by the )'
and all surveyor qualities: ((1)) good attitude towardsthe and Regional Science'Fa'irs'orWH
participating in youth activities -
went to the back room, and flames
not to mention apportioning fire.The business community ((2) extra- the past few :years, and this:7+ear.is
down from
the
were
shooting
ceiling. Winkler buildings are on Tern- curricular
,;activities; ;both in school taking his project the
some more of his "spare time" to Physical.Study
there was smoke and water
damage pie Ave. between Jefferson and In
and
the business
community, (3) of Cold Water
working and planning at the church. which ruined Easter Springs, to the regional
arrangements Jackson Streets. The building is justto has leadership positions in school or fair in Lake In
Add all the activities and .PP City two weeks. Rand-
up you made
come to one conclusion: Bobby Eppsis being Mrs. Underhill said. the west of the First Baptist community- (4)) solid, grade point is a gifted student'wt1A1ms"( :
a leader There was smoke and water Church. average, anaf) academic honors average at,this point in his high, a.tJ 44
That's just what officials of' the 4"1" damage also in the rear office of and awards. f ,, i t ARandywhose experience, '4
Florida Youth Leadership Seminar Welch's survey office. motHeris a doctor. Randy is compelling"by'exaituiaLion ,!

thought. Recently they selected Bob- Damage from the fire will probably The film Quo Vadif used hopes to major in medicine ii( college. for further district and"state, 1

by as one of 145 sophomores, and the l V'Bobby be under $3,000, the Telegraph. has 30,000 extras and 63 lions! He is an outstanding athlete, being a STAR awards. I Jf{ he iaualifJrtfor+ '<';
first BUS student ever, to participatein been told. fullback on the football team and a second state competition he.:'will be'able toy>.

the Seminar, which will be held in It was fortunate the fire happened baseman on the baseball team. nominate a teacher; at Bradford High ;
Epps Randy has also won awards in the School for recognition also. 3



CHRIST - Bradford Middle School News 3 I


EQUITY LOANS i
DATES TO REMEMBERApril Brewer's
6th period class. ;

LUTHERAN CHURCHis Up to $25.000 Please remember, 8th graders, you |
3 Faculty/student volleyball must turn in your permission slip to t

;'J Jr Glen Schmiege 473-2419 11t game 5th and 6th periods Admission go to Disneyworld. You may pick up a :
on or Mortgage 25 cents with proceeds going. to the permission slip in the office if you I
March of Dimes. haven't already done so. 5

Church Service 10:30: am Let Southern ,DUcount Company bi your April 8 Social Studies and ScienceSix During 2nd period Wednesday I

total Gome company. We apeeUlixe In al Weeks. Tests. March 25, BMS students, faculty and ::
l HOMEOWNERS LOAN PLAN that can April Language Arts and PE Six staff were entertained in concert, by 5
Keystone Lion's Club provide you wit a large amount of money Weeks Tests. "FREE FARE" a rock group from f
without disturbing your prevent mortgage April to-Related Arts and Math Six St. Petersburg, Florida. The five5
Sunday School and Bible School Resumed am in any way! Weeks Tests. member band had the gym jumping *
April 13-17 -Spring Break. to everyone's delight. The group also :-I

Use thU money for bill consolidation home presented a very positive message to J
Improvement such at room addition, Artist of the Week: the young folks concerning their attitudes S
a new
LOWI 'tt Eaton. B.S.. D.C. CHRIS HALL Chris did
r Dr. < ( ear boat,swimming pool or any of the other a very toward fellow classmates and r
nice drawing in He is In Mrs. their school
!hinge J'OII'wea wanting! We on make it pen. r
C. Eaton D.C.
Dr. VVo.vm' happen '


Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt Right sow decide how much each you need FFA Officers Attend Leadership- School i a. I
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jp then atop In or phone..That'all you have Bradford FFA officers' attending members and guests. The Bradford ;
( to do just that ilmplel You'll be the Annual
urpriaed Leadership in FFA will build a float to go in the 2
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SR-21 North how It u to arrange your loan,and how Gainesville at KIrby Smith Junior Homecoming Parade and will be fix2
mall your monthly payments can be with High recently were: President Randy ing a
Thanksgiving basket
for :
lat and 2nd moot,..... Merritt a needy
Kevstonc Shops Suite 5 ; Vice-president Bruce family The chapter has a show steer J
Rehberg; Sentinel Eddie Barnes; at the school farm for'the Bradford i

Phone 473-3604 Your homa may shnpfy. : b. loaded with oath! Treasurer Secretary Randy Teresa Luke.Griffis and. Steer Agriculture Show.classes This planted past week Vk acre the oflants. .'!

Hours 9 a.m. 1 p.m.'artd 3 p.m. 6 p. in. ..titliMa M/NWlf18M. MwtMterMeae, iM lea*. Chapter Also attending were, the from Sub-dUtrict the Bradford Chairman -. greens The school and 2,000 board cabbage will be selling. ".10 '.r u

Mon. Tnes.. Wed\ & Fri. Q4iii twrtcOMrulr Secretary Mark Sheila Williams and' District acres of mature trees;and the proceed -
Starllq. Attending will be used to Improve the
the FFA Halloween Hay it de were 160 school farm L ;
Thursday'sModern .
9 a.m.p.m. MtMHMb 111 1 ...... SL, I..... .
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ACc rdtnt-k-t ,. .the National, .
Jl'
.. PopuUtion Council;
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X-Ra)' Physical Therapy Facilities I ......r--d..r *..s rfftl>.M** .*arr.rwr Far....... wars .only about 6 million people In the whole'" world

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tiv; Fire Protection Plan
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tentative plan for fire protection was proposed Monday night to purchase junk till over the county tor the Ii"
in the county's unincorporated areas two new l lire trucks (Plain district to Ina mlain," one nicinhci I
was worked out in a committee Janes) at an estimated $17,895: each; said., "II :i majority of tin ( 'onin il
meeting Monday night for pr.esenta-; : construct two new two-bay fire stations voles for<< sonlt'l huig, i it's i got( lu ,be lh.il.
tion to the County Commission at its (one at Heilbronn and one at way If one dl'pa I'tnlt'llt is voted tow n
April 6 meeting with the request that Thcressa) for an estimated S15.1HM) ) and drops out!, we'ie b.ukhorv' u> <'
., County Attorney Dudley Hardy proceed each (with some volunteer labor) ; started from"Commissunier I
with drawing up an ordinance to pay operating budgets for) eight stations :M.IXIC ('.u'tei sag
.. implement a special fire tax district. estimated at from $12MH tot5IIIHI gestedth.it, e.icli: lep.irliiionl! nuiki-i
..... A public hearing will be held on the $ ( ); and pay insurance including quarterly report concerning I UK'
ordinance before its final adoption.A liability, collision, and workman's number ot 'lire calls iiiv \\I'n'ci.l lilt
special fire protection committee compensation. At the present time on- l>peol' lire, uliul' buildings\ weniv.
comprised of three commissioners ly liability is being carried. ed or lost I and! oilier liti (tiiK <1111""
Lawrence Mosley, commit Mosley( said that the cost of insurance department lawtey. I is m.ikirin
-. chairman; Homer Hart, and Maxis not known at present would voluntary' reports ;il |presrnt. ,.inn, /
Politics and Education. Carter, together with representatives delt'rmineheth'r (there would be several others said Iht'V had nr'i I
::- .. from a majority of the coun sullicient funds left for two trucks the been asked lor reports, but m"uM' I
Four Bradford educators (I-r), Judy 1 Burrows, Julie Miller; Carolyn Canova, ty's eight volunteer fire stations, laid first 'ear. Nothing would be budgetedthe comply. Parker. suggested! ''h.M I lit',
and Judy Becker, attended a governmental relations conference in Orlando down some ground rules for operating first year for contingencies or reports start as ol' .April I I ITHI
under a County Fire Council, headedby reserves, the chairman said.
a volunteer (unpaid) County Fire It was pointed out at the meetingthat
Four BF.A' Members Attended State Conference Coordinator. lit present "there is equipment BRADFORD
: scattered all over the county" that COUNTY TELEGRAPHPublished
From the first year's $123MH( ) that belongs the individual stations I and v.ry Thvndoy
By Judy Becker needed in order to adapt. He also em- "Every issue will be colored by the volunteers anticipated will be brought( doesn belong to the county. For instance ot 131 W.Call S',..,
ford Four representatives of the Brad- phasized that the nation cannot havea need to cut spending and relax federal in by the one mill fire deslrict !levy, it Heilbronn Springs owns its Stork.' Florida 3201
Education
Association, Julie strong economy or a strong national regulations. He spoke to the issue of 'lire truck, which the members'practically
Miller, BEA president and Bradford defense system without having a tuition tax: credit saying that the country built" themselves and S.cond Clans poitag paid ot
High English teacher; Carolyn strong educational system. is based on the concept that each Academics. have said they would nut Hive up. FloridaSub.cripton
Canova, first
grade teacher at During Saturday's workshops participants child is entitled to a free public educa- I It t was decided that the decision of a
Southside Elementary; Judy Burrows heard reports of the goals tion. He said that Senator Chiles opposes From Page IA) majority of the Council would l be ( Rot**:
reading teacher at Brooker and the realities of educational finan- the tuition tax credit because linal, .and if any department chose to In',od. area: If.00 per.,.a,
Elementary; and Judy Becker, BHS cing from the deputy commissioner of with the credit taxpayers would haveto poor instruments to measure I the pro keep old equipment, county I tax I SS.OO tin month
math teacher, along with their lob- education, Roger Nichols, Senator support both public and private gress of a student, Mrs. Miller said. money could not be used to injintain.
,byist Donna Faxon, traveled to Gwen Margolis, and Rep. Steve Pa- schools.In "It's a shame such an instrument is it. Outildo ',ad.ara: $10.00 pry,.ar
Orlando the weekend of March 21 to jcic. Senate Majority Leader Pete used to measure the knowledge ol "V\i! can't, ill lord to have a lot ol S5.50 il. monthiLongchamp
attend the Governmental Relations Skinner, along with the Education April, BEA members and children," she slates.Community .
Conference sponsored by the Florida Committee Chairmen of the Senate TIGER (Together In Governmental
Education Association/United. and the House, Senator Pat Frank Education Reform) members will be involvement I is n -, ,I
Ralph Turlington, commissioner of and Rep. Walt Young, expounded meeting with legislators in necessary to improve the academic
education,opened the conference tellIng standing of students, Mrs. Miller
their views on educational issues Tallahassee to lobby for programs : _
;s' the educators present, "Our coming before the 1981 Legislature. they feel will benefit education. stressed .
business is to help students to learn." Charles Canady, chief ad- Anyone interested in knowing more She asked the school board to stop
He noted that with technological advances ministrative assistant for Senator about TIGER can contact Julie Milleror ,
changing the world at an extraordinary Lawton Chiles, in speaking of what to Judy Becker through Bradford thinking about its building program
all the devote time
time, and some to
rate, learning skills are expect from the 97th Congress stated High School. the academic program. I' '


Southside Elementary School NewsSouthside "Would the board like to have a
workshop on this," asked Chairman I .t
L'awson,
students and staff en- the team are: Adrienne Welty, Jeff Over the green
joyed seeing real shamrocks. Mrs. Dowling, Brian Davis, Paula Mc- grassby Brian Davis "1 have no problem at all with II. 1 I
Marguerite Brassell brought her Cloud, Dennis Glover, Darren Allen, Where does the corn grow? said board member J.T. Parnsh.
large planter of the famous Irish Jimmy Jordan and Randy Stabler. Does it grow at the farm yardor Lawson asked Mrs. Miller and Sup! '
Clants( which were placed in the Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade in the city? Toni Casey to confer and set a cl.ite I' m m i ,
for all to enjoy during the "Shifting Anchors" readng group has --by Stephanie O'Steen fora workshop.
.:'.' week of St. Patrick's Day We learned written some Haiku. Haiku is The crowd in _
that they have white flowers and the which suspense p
Japanese nature poetry con- Ball
meets bat
with a loud crack
..<.- students were fascinated to find that tains 17 syllables-5 syllables in lines It's going, it's Homes
;l'the i < flowers and leaves gone. I I I
go to sleep at one and three and 7 syllables in the se-
/ ,,. -by Bo Bishop PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
> night. -. '' '"
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cond ,
. '' : Amoeba is smallit : : : ; : ; ; V.vtew__
: :;; In Mrs. Elaine Wood's fifth grade,
-;. Team HI won the Eyewitness NewsY Trees swaying sidewaysOut eats other small swamp life
: Game for the first time. Members of in the forest's cool breeze it looks like jelly 1-2:; at 3 Bedroom Apt, 1966853 Starke
-by Richie
Taylor From I3O to $275

School Lunch Menus Jump out of my way
Mr. Mole and allow me -@ 1530 W. Madison Also Repairs and Remodeling
to plant my corn
Southside, Starke, Lawtey, AL-A-CAUTE row.by Todd Parker Iqim NOUSIIIC Fhone 964-6312
Hampton. ,Brooker Elemen- :Monday, Apr II: Hamburgers, pizza, LENDER
tary and Bradford Middle French fries, milkshakes.
Tuesday! Apr. 7: Pizza,
Schools: cheeseburgers, French fries,onion
ApiilH10Monday rings, milkshakes. j
,
Apr. II: Barbecue on bun, W""I'dayllr.! 'Hamburgers: pizza r' ..
buttered corn, potato tots, pears ., cheeseburgers, "'rR1 gtm4ies; 1n.-:. '.:uv" ; I
and milk. -frjik.iir ;. : (, L'il rI ';4bm.a "il, G: r '
Tuesday Apr. 7: Chili, carTfltTriflS1-d+ 'rlltltsd)'Ap* ': V! : hamburgers, Ydb1 1 INVITEDTO '
ing/celery salad, saltines, cheese Cuban sandwich, pizza French : :
toast, apple crisp, and milk fries, milkshakes
WI'dll.uhlllr, H: Beans & weiners, Friday, Apr 10: Cheeseburgers,
cabbage slaw, French fries, fruit French fries, pizza, onion rings,
cup, cornbread and milk. milkshakes. A "COMING DUT'l PARTY
Thursday, Apr. II: Spaghetti w/meat
sauce, cheese stix garden salad,
fruit jello, hot rolls, and milk "Superwalk"Is
Friday Apr 10: Baked ham, potato
said, green beans, coconut Easter April 25 .FUB LILLIE
cake, hot rolls, and milk ..
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Kradford Iligh SchoolKKGULAH 'l'heannual Bradford County Marchof
Dimes Superwalk is set for Saturday ,
April 25 walk official George b31I[>,."n ,(1Bt1'"
:Monday, ,IpreI: 'Corndogs, baked Loper has announced. ",wlli 0' 4.t
beans, cole slaw, peach half Anyone interested in getting pledge ,,::1 ,
peanut butter cookie and milk. sheets for the Superwalk, in which 'n d. l
Tu"'Mliiv.:Apr. '7: Meat loaf, rice & walkers get "pledges" of money-per- oil .,' I."" '
tomato gravy, green beans, corn- mile from local residents and
bread, key lime pic and milk. businesses to benefit the March of /Ifr7Yrrrll /
Wednesday! K Chicken & .
Dimes can contact Lopcr ((064-6093 at
noodles, buttered green peas, ap- Bradford Middle School 964-5iM: : l r?
plesauce, cookie, hot >rolls and ,
homo) or Mrs Pat Spengler ra :
milk.. bi''I'hur.day.t1i. iil'races.' (!HMpfiM( or inquire at their local '
buttered school.
corn. tr1iitL'Jcllo' butterscotch l.opcr said the walk would be oVcr ii4fil 1 1 s
squares,,and milk. the same 10 mile course as I last year
KfHl.rv.\' | llM.VTima: ; salad "s.tiiil- and said Saturday May 2:'. has been .

'8'uirhv' Irlliife! \ & dill!' and.,"slices! milk! 1'reurhLhI..Jrll'eonut'hic' set rain.! as the alternate date.in (fill j < c ,of', .

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MILK Mixed- Giant Roll TILLIE .

199cal| Pork Chops :t ": BountyField .
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TOWELS
149lb, .
Chunx I 89C
select On Saturday April 4, Florida Bank 'is having a "Coming Out"Party

Dog Food Beef Liver X-Large for their darling debutante Tillie The Alltime Teller

;943soLbr 109u EGGS 2',i
DOZi
And you're invited
\; 0 'S: Good (cut & wrapped for freezer) 179 ,

F HlhdjVa'S I45"- Visit Tillie's home at the Bradford ,
'k!ril.-J I Dixie Lily Dixie, Lily new Square Shopping ,

I: ..... ': Plus Tax &'oep. YellowRice MacaroniCOLA : j'" I ..Center anytime between 10 AM and 2 P.M. and you'll get .

", a free hot dog and coke!
cheese .
.; 1J02 C100' & \

,, 'It 'Flavors 149 2/1 3/1 7'/4 01. ; Come get acquainted with Tillie and join in the fun

t oke ,& Pepsi 1 this Saturday. ; ,
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OLD (Cans: cold) 6-12 oz.

Fresh 3 Head Milwaukee 199 .
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ABBACE. 100 BEER ,l ,,', Florida Bank at Starke !' :, ;

Quantity right reserved tf,1t"! i& .. ', .y_J ,' ,t J Clark''at Jefferson Stjeet.\Starke. FL 32091 ((904)) 964.7050 .

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The"( Man witK :'6O': Novels in Prhii'fu: 21':1'Cow': ; nes


it I Inllr
ei r. t / 1 Botn Slaughters4ntr: an' architect

Santa Fe SwampHas World reknowned author Dr.c Drank .' I4Ap and'' an educator; ,( 'grade
Slaughter is a nice, patient gentlemanwhen + school 'itk Keystone; 'Heights. The
autographing his latest novel Slaughters'moved to :Jacksonville so
Gospel Fever, even though people their sons ould attend high'school_ at

Regional ImpactThe unknown to him talk about.their per Bolles,' i, '
sonal lives.
> :
f Slaughter is currently working on a

Suwannee River Water Little Santa Fe Lakes. In The second thing you notice is that new gested novel by Sam Doctor's Vaughn Daughters now presidentof sug

Management District govern- times of excess rain, flood Dr.Slaughter the 60 novels he's can wax had eloquent published.about The ia Doubleday but an old friend of the

ing board has given the go- water from the lakes spills Jacksonville resident, 72, is in the doctor's from back and when the Vaughn two wasa
collaborated -
ahead for the district to sub- over into the swamp and is phone book even though his books 1 literary agent novels..
mit the Santa Fe Swamp for carried away. At other times, have sold some 60 million copies in 21 ., 14r+'T Meerk on

purchase by the State under the flow of water is reversed countries. Doctor's Daughter is based on the

maintain the lives of .. ee ''woman doctors
its environmentally en- and helps to "
call from all
"People me he
over,
dangered lands program.The level of the lakes when need said while autographing copies of Slaughter them twin sisters.located Idea in Miami for the, two booksis of

action was taken follow- ed. Property owners aroundthe Gospel Fever last Friday afternoon k 30 years old, but the doctor never
March 27, at the Bradford
ing announcement that lakes believe that the min- County s h throws anything away. Ideas are

Georgia-Pacific Corporationhad ing of the swamp for peat, Library. written down and filed away.

taken an option to pur- with the clear-cutting of trees Two motion picture scripts and two So when Vaughn phoned with the request -

chase 5,316 acres of the that would be necessary for television programs have been basedon Slaughter had the idea and immediately -
this operation, would have a DrSlaughter's books. Slaughter replied "Sure." ,
swamp, lying in Bradford disastrous effect the lakes. authors fictional adventures with a
on
County, for purposes of min doctor of the period under his pen as Doctor's Daughters includes ; an
ing the area for peat. the main charactor. epidemic of malignant malaria
Spokesmen for Georgia- transmitted by a rare strain of mos-
The purchase of the en- Pacific have said that their Subjects have included the Civil quito from Africa. It is an actual

dangered lands would be corporation would not finally War, the Seminole Indian Wars in .,t.a disease, Slaughter says, and most
made under a program, ad- purchase the property until: Florida, World War II, and, more a t.-. doctors are unfamiliar with the symp
lately, religion. He's written books and the the victim usually
-- -- toms dies
vocated by Gov. Bob Graham
after a thorough study had about the life of Christ and Mary Some of the mosquitos come into the
to spend $320.6 million over been made of the .
environ-
Magdelene. Dr. Frank Slaughter of Jacksonville and wife Jane, visited the Bradford Miami International Airport on- inbound
the next ten to preserve mental effects on the area anda County Public Library last Thursday to autograph copies of the doctor's latest flights.A .
lands that harbor and hus determination made of the Gospel Fever, a brief book of 95,000 novel Gospel Fever.
band" Florida's vital water possibility of words, was finished last November,a Slaughter novel goes through 10
obtaining timely topic mixing evangelism and revisions after the doctor first writesit

supply. necessary permits from politics. Jersey. Dr.Slaughter was having a practice. It was a financial sacrificefor out in longhand on a yellow legal
Speaking at a recent con- various agencies to mine the Navy uniform fitted when finally the several years; his fellow doctors pad, and is dicated into a tape
ference area. There will be no more novels on the Army offered him a better deal. were all returning from the war, get- recorder by Slaughter. It's then typedup
on environmentally Indian era of Florida, because they ting a practice set up and making by a lady who is a very fast typist
endangered lands, the Governor Spokesmen for the Suwannee don't sell, Slaughter says. In EuropeSlaughter's While struggling as a young good money. But it was several years and also can keep Slaughter straight
announced his proposal to River Management earlier books are selling surgeon Dr.Slaughter was bitten by before Dr.Slaughter sold his first when he changes the name of a
raise the documentary well; they're into Indians across the the bug to write. He asked his wife, novel. character in mid-stream.
stamptax District Slaughter
that
say mining per- ocean. Slaughter has been the leading Jane, for $5 per month from a very
on deeds to raise about $40 mits must be obtained from author in France for the past 20 years tight budget to buy a typewriter. It Four novels were written before goes manuscript over with the a ball original point typed until

million over the next two DER and the U.S. Corps of and sales are rising 25-40. percent meant a move toa smaller apartmentwith Slaughter got one published, but the only he can read it, then dictates pen it Into -
years for purchase of sen- Engineers and this will require yearly in Germany. a single window facing the first published was the first he'd written a tape recorder. I

sitive wetlands. Gov. Graham a DRI (Development of St.Johns River.Dr.Slaughter. That None Should Die. Then the '4
Some titles are The Warrior, 'Fort money began to come in. This fourth revision Is sent to the
increased
said the tax would
Regional Impact) study since wrote under that win-
Everglades, Plague Ship, Doctors'Wives publisher after which it is revised
add about $25 to the cost of the proposed project would affect Passionate Rebel. Epidemic, dow for four years, getting up at 4 After the war Dr.Slaughter movedto several more times before going into
buying a $50,000 house, and two counties, Alachua Devil's Harvest, Storm Haven, Battle a.m. to write before going to work as Miami, but neither he nor his wife print. A

called it a small price for en- and Bradford. To obtain a Surgeon. a surgeon at Riverside Hospital. He liked it. They moved back upstate and
suring "that the rivers and DRI would be and turned out a prodigious 8,000 to 9,000 stayed for three months in a cabin in Slaughter says he believes he has
a prolonged Jacksonville in '
Slaughter came to words each weekend, and continued come out as well financially as if he'd
streams of Florida continue to expensive process for the 1934 to practice surgery at Riverside to write whenever possible while in Gold Head Branch State Park. The continued practicing medicine.

run and continue to run pure." developer.The Hospital. In 1942 he went into theor- the Army. Slaughters bought a house in Writing has been is main vocation

my and for 3'/j years was chief of Returning from the service in 1946 Keystone Heights and summered since 1946, and the doctor wants to
The Santa Fe Swamp is an water problems of surgery at Camp Kllmon. ,,New< Dr.Slaughter gave up his medical there until a few years ago. continue writing as long as he can

important factor in the en- Florida, present and future, ppa'/

vironment of this area as wellas are not imaginary they are :>'1

having an effect on the entire very real and the subject of Silver-Haired

Suwannee River basin. Asa much concern in view of thestate's Suwanneje River District Officials Elections To BeHeld I

holding area for water, it not rapid growth rateex- ,April 14 .
pected to increase populationto ..,.1,
the
Florida
only recharges
*i
Aquifer, but it also plays an 14 million by the year 2,000. Term Santa Fe Swamp a D.R.I. The 1981 Silver Haired Legislature

important role in the headwater Florida's problem has been ... .. Elections will be held on Tuesday
system for the Santa Fe described as "too many people ... .. .""""" ....... -1".11.. I 'April 1'1;'>,981We' 'flg ej
Xre'gls'&e/.v' '
River, which is a tributary demanding too much ofthe.Estate's ", ,-",featlKlgiilg:3llbR% : } it'm.: to the muck is 90 percent water, but that ment, but was given a low ''priority 60 to-WWe a-Hd'over f,end9ble'whoH>f rThgeiniai'dateof )t.er

the Suwannee River, affecting t fragile land .land _(" 'Swamp; ,)Uevveeloment (I can bet reduced to''30 to 50-percent ,rating because it was not considered Ut i'tICftoic.Inn' Saw. .*.ifinw'.,h
l
a water management area ex- water systems." Wetlands, would be a ofegi a water after pressing and drying. threatened by development at that '1-
Impact (DRI), according to irk Georgia-Pacific believes a market for time. It was offered for sale to the CANDIDATES
tending to the Gulf of Mexico.Of
such as the Santa Fe Swampare Webster, director of resources nd the peat will be available as early as State then at $250 an acre. "
a vital part of this system. planning for the Suwannee R'er 1984.An If Georgia-Pacific conducts the Senate Seat#5 Michael Faikel
immediate local effect is The cost of protecting them Water Management District, req ir- effort was made in 1974 to have DRI study it will be reviewed by Joe Rimmington Senate Seat #6 ,

the rise and fall of water levelin may be high but the cost of ing extensive study at the expensd,of the state purchase the swamp in its SRWMD and the North Central Senate Elizabeth Seat Walker#5 Louis Goolsby ,,,
the developer before permits. reissued endangered lands program. The area Florida Regional Council Senate Seat N6
the swamp, which serves to not protecting them would be by the state. was determined to be qualified for the after which two public Planning hearings will Senate Seat N6 Louis Kuitert

regulate the level of Big and tragic. program on the basis of ecological be held on the issue in Bradford Coun- POLLING PLACES
Webster told a ...meeting s of-, e value and vulnerability to encroach- ty. Bradford County Courthouse,
Suwannee BasirxL4iiWJCttTOWttLive :: fn ,,Starke-Open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.iJ:
. All Alike in Danger Oak. f riday;'i a- RJE Complex Pine Street, Stake

--- Pacific Corporation,7t6IUUI'Af' wouia- Duval County Sludge Threat Open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. I.:
tion on the swamp proj $I rjy1) Those persons who are elect ill

Headlines announcing the 18 enforcement, "....crime will have Evnironment to applyltf"'DER; he of I represent YOUR interests and! n-

percent increase of crime in become our hallmark before U.S. Crops of Engin A.its Appears Out for Clay Area :cerns as senior so please citizens.come Your ou]) nd tot

Florida last year carried all the rest of the nation and the which would not be .r' ."J allot on April 14.
study had been completed. \.
the more impact by appearingin world. .. "' < :'" e gency on Aging, 3008 MW
the same Tuesday morning Following a heated hearing in Drawdy, backed by three other ada Jjs i Sot
The increase came close to Michael Gaff, manager of the ). ;lat Suite C, Gainesville L
papers that carried accountsof Suwannee Forest, Southern- Divisionof Orange Park Wednesday, March 25, mant Clay County Commissioners, "a I ,m t) 37116649.Proposal .
home with
the attempted assassination Gainesville, 25 Georgia-Pacific, assured the Nytrex Corporation will apparently told Nytrex representatives'' Atitt
President Ronald miles away, showing the third SRWMD committee, that complete withdraw its application to DER for a Jacksonville district DER director, ? to
of greatest increase ((38.6 per- studies would be made before the cor permit to spread up to 600,000 gallonsof Douglas Dutton that the CommissionvSf Merge
Reagan.As cent, placing third behind poration exercised its option to pur- sewage sludge daily on a site near had armed itself with an emergency : Bradford
chase the property. the intersection of Highways 16 and sanitary ordinance that would require Union
television Miami ((41.3 ) and
one newsman percent .... 21, about eight miles east of Kingsley permitting by the county, as well as
commented, "America is no Miami Beach ((40.2 percent). The swamp acreage ,is owned by Lake. The property is owned by DER, in order to carry out the sludge- Rescue Units Heard!

longer only the land of the Although big crimes Mrs. Dorothy,McMillan $f Charlotte, Gilman Paper Co. dumping project. ., \
beautiful it is also the land of city N.C. and Hawaii, and;according Jo e ATroposal
Some 200 to merge the Bra* rd
have been given most of the the option, GeorgiaJcific'has angry Clay County Similar sentiments were echoed by and Union
violence. County rescue sen es
attention, the breakdown agreed to pay $456. per.rarer e for the residents, including a large delega- a long list of Clay County residents, wasjwesented to the Bradford Ca ty
tion from the
.. Kingsley Lake Property one of whom declared
"We
tract. don't
President Reagan is the showed that communities of Owners Association, filled the Orange mind being Jacksonville's Commission at a special m ng

seventh U.S. president in this all sizes suffered from in- Park cafeteria-auditorium, where but we don't want to be its privy bedroom" Monday, March 16. ,.?
century to be the target of an creases., Reported crime in- Georgia-Pacific officials have said Clay County Commission chairman JerJlly Wilson, Union County Wvil

assassination attempt. Two of creased 24 percent in cities of that peat appears to be economically' Lee Drawdy said, "We don't want a One Nitrex spokesman said it would ,of defense the director and veteran dr or
feasible for use as fueaiuti) ,;i.totpf interest lot of crap from Duval County. You'renot require 27 individual tanker trucks rescue service presented a i ptan.
them died. 250,000 or more; 16.5 percentin has been ? to run thp.service at
shown by the utility coming into Clay County even if it hauling a total of 78 loads per day to a cost of$12< 000
those from 50,000 to 250,000; people" if an adequate supply of the a year' )
The figures were frightening means zoning, court action, transport the estimated 600,000 onl
17 in suburban material can be "tied up" They blockades The board tabled a decision the
in the percent area; ,' say or whatever it takes. gallons of sludge per day to the Clay ,
291-page report proposal until it finds out who is
going
officials and 14 percent in small cities County site from the Buckman i to get the
prepared by state as management contract
and rural areas. sewage plant in Jacksonville. ;
Bradford
County Hospital. The con
part of the nationwide FBI
serious Until this trend is reversedby Conservation Comments tract expires next month and the
system for tracking Harry Riggs, Clay County en- hospital board of trustees is expected
crimes reported to law en- better trained and better '. vironmental health director, broughtup to grant a new contract on March 30.

forcement agencies. equipped law enforcement of- Bern Smith the possibility of spillage in case of Currently the Bradford County
by legumes in a rotation can effec- accident
crop an on Highway 21, "dumping Rescue Service is
based at the
ficers better control of
; Soil Conservationist tively use residual nutrients left after thousands of of
Florida Department of Law gallons loathsome ef- hospital. The this
Enforcement Commissioner crime-breeding drug traffic; Improving Fertilizer Efficiency harvest of the first crop. 6) Liming fluent" in front of the Orange Park the hospital $119,043 county to year gives the
the deglamorizing Of Because of high prices for plant In properly limed soils there is an In- High School. "What would be the effect rescue service. operate
James W. York said, "The nutrients, it makes good economic creased of
availability phosphorusand the '
on health of such
criminals television and public's an This
on figure was cut'from the one
sense to get the most out of the fertilizer
authenticate "
numbers a the leaching loss of potassium is accident'?! he asked. I mill given the
hospital last
movie screens; and the we apply. There are several year. which
reduced. 7) Soil You ,
dangerous trend. Violent Testing can I amounted to about ..'
crimes of the kind that drive development of a victim- ways to Improve the efficiency of fer apply the recommended rate of only Officials from HRS (Department of Commissioner Maxie$147,000.Carter Jr.
orientated justice system tilizers. 1)) Timing In our Florida those plant nutrients needed by the Health and Rehabilitative Services) I suggested Wilson ,
locked doors wait until the board
citizens behind rather than an overemphasison mineral soils, nitrogen (and to a specific crop to be grown, which were questioned a statement by Dutton works on the budget this summer
are rising dramatically. the rights of criminals we lesser extent potassium), is very shown to be deficient by the test. 8) (quoting an EPA report)"that water I before t deciding on the -
,
mobile and is lost merger proWibon
rapidly by leaching.The .
Slow Release Fertilizers-The use of would purify itself by passing through posal. '
And, York warned, unless may expect that the life of no nearer the time of application to organic fertilizers (except urea), two feet of soil. ] stated the ,
Florida bites the bullet and American, from President to the time of peak crop demand, the which release their nutrients slowly, run with three service could be
paramedics who would
puts far more money into law peon, will be reasonably safe. more efficiently the fertilizer will be avoid jeaching losses. Also animal Dr. Prather, of HRS, said that get $13,000 a year salary plus three
used. 2)) Split Applications At plan- manures are valuable for their soil viruses and bacteria survive In the KMT's: .who would get $11,000
a year
ting, provide enough nitrogen to
only .
conditioning properties.A environment for long periods of time. salary. ,
get the plants off to a good start then conservation farm plan can help and even though they did not Wilson stated Bradford County boa
MUlIER side dress to supply additional you plan application of these prac- penetrate deep enough to get into the he: highest paid EMT" In northeast
nitrogen as the plant grows. 3) Placement tices for a more efficient farming Florida
..AOPOIID C'otJmi upper aquifer, they could be carried "t
t Oa1Q1 Band placement concentrates operation. One can be developed for for long distances by lateral flow and He stated Dr. E.L. (Dick) Hardln
rapi 4 '1 the fertilizer closer to the crop your land by contacting the BradfordSoil reach their way to surface streams.In has agreed to serve as medical direc
; e roots and can increase efficiency of and Water Conservation Districtat tor for both counties. "
5W phosphorus fertilizer.4)) Cover Crops 966280, ext. 289 Wilson cited hct that Bradford!
defense'of Nytrex, Wilson cited
small
amounts of
Only plant
So whether
i of
ISTAMJSHID 1179 you grow many acres studies from several universities that County has 200 more ambulance calls
nutrients get past an actively growingroot field year County.
said the sludge-dumping :it
IGI0.UGUSON-M.MILLER,Publl.h.r. system. The nutrients taken up prop .a: fertilizer managementredu operation Wilson outlined in
Union
''would be safe and would County hecoats
by the cover crop can be returned to &water provide a v
pollution (less is leach- au a budget of'$54ooo

.........._-,--'_.....___CI..._.V..llw P..t CHI.. will the soil also when help to it is increase turned soil under.organic This ed into ground watfr)'i'.conserves our and good source seedlings.of nutrients He said for the pine waste trees the UC commission about and tharit$1,100
M..d.,'Ia.wUM Act s soil with
matter, which is a store house for
sed to indlcated
gas is produce most of the
....._ ..._ forestry chopping machines and Union County has three
I..6..4'S Ie... l P..v ">N nutrients. 5) Legumes If the cover that t uI
and .
_......_.lit. Pw T_,.....11._ is legume it will "fix" nitrogen fertilizers) IT"'SAVES- .. the company would carry on the' u ... ''n :'! /tbunty
.,............. crop a 1>>400 YOU jjti1r.t'l':: : :: *. "yfri& ,",u" ea. n/on/
14E County
Ibs of Ditrogen/acl'/yelH'-u necessary monitoring of water in the
the
area to detect any possible pollution. Vilson.owns) rescue units', according to




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Brenda Bordo and Jimmy Gissy Wed March 20 in Calif.Brenda .

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Mrs. Louis Bordo Bordo, daughter of Philadelphia of Mr. and accenting the girls wore silk flowers.flower lit bouquets.them 1\111| I eJl #le.,- uO .;VJ..rV'i7 t if/ I. :"1' m, ..I ;

Michael Gissy of S4cramento.Ca, *. v ir"CjlaJyS :
Penn. and Jimmy Gissy, son of Mr. brother best \:, i
of the groom, served as .1sr; !HU'
and Mrs. Joe of SLarke r
Gissy were .
man. Gerald ,,Meng, of Oregon, and m

ebu married in St.'L Ttresa's ke 1'Jllhoe'.l Catholic Ca.. on I i Steve ushers Fuqua of' Sacramento' ", assisted* :::
as : Jf
O'.. Sri J M"r tW2I.1 The couple was escorted to the Jrrci.fy ifly fYlte w !

reception in a chauffeur driven
,:):)3' The'wedding was held at 8:00 p.m. limousine a surprise wedding present 964. s
ihu,on a snowy full moon evening which from photographer Philip t.t .
ortJ was also the first day of spring. Brown. ,
,,k .. The bride, given Jn marriage by her

ia knew gown father-of cream n-law.chiffon Joe Gissy and race wore and a r The reception was held In a luxury Linda Mattingley and Chuck Mosley Married Feb. 6
her bouquet was made of blue and suite at the top of Harrah's Casino inStatellne.

C ncream: silk flowers Nevada. Miss Linda Mattingley, daughter of to the honor attendant except in pink
,.. Lynn Merriott of San Francisco The couple will reside In Sacramento -
'& ,
Mr. and Mrs J.A. Mattingley and and carried
a pink nosegay.
Ca. where Jimmy is employed as a '
R
assisted
I isa in, as maid of honor, dress- partner in the firm of Great American Charles (Chuck) Mosley son of Mr. The bride, given in marriage by her "4
-.died
I I a mauve and blue chiffon
gown Realty. and Mrs. Charles Mosley, all of father, wore a street length dress of
ocvand: flowers.carried a bouquet of mauve x silk Jimmy graduated from Bradford Starke, were united in marriage Feb. white knit with long sleeves accentedat
4[? v High School and St.Johns River Com- 6 at 4 p.m. in the Starke Church of God the wrists with a ruffle of white
Cindy and Denise Gissy of South munity College Palatka. with Rev. Melvin Drake performingthe lace. The collar was accented with
Lake Tahoe,Ca. sisters of the ,
bridesmaids. groom Brenda is originally from nuptials. white ruffled lace also. The bodice
;.ii,::attended as They wore Philadelphia, Pa. Centering the altar was an arch was made with a.circular inset with ,
-f.', light and dark blue gowns and carried Mr. and !Mrs! Jimmy Jissy decorated with pink and blue flowers ruffled lace. She wore a white silk
to ., flanked by baskets of white gladiolus, rose with babies breath in her hair
.J" I pink carnations and blue and white and carried a satin nosegay of white .z; r .

I :Altar Society Attends Spring Deanery Meeting chrysanthemums against a roses, pink miniature carnations,
background of Oregon fern. white forget-me-nots and froths of
Mrs. Barbara Kirkland, organistand Stardust! gypsophilia tied with pink
St. Edward's Altar Society was and Rev. Caesar Russo Rev. James Mrs. Diane Hughes, soloist, and while bridal satin streamers.A .
"represented at the Spring Meeting of O'Neal also assisted at the Mass presented a program of nuptial
"the Gainesville Deanery St. George Nickerson, Jr. a music reception was held at the churcn
Augustine Diocesan Council of Gainesville Attorney, was the guest Danny Lee Thomas served as best annex.
Catholic Women held at St. Patrick's speaker following the luncheon at the man and Paul McKinney was an The bride's table was covered witha
"" Catholic Church in Gainesville on Holiday Inn. lie addressed! the groupon usher. lace cloth over pink and centered
BHThursday, March 26. the subject of "How to be effectiveas Cynthia Mosley attended as maid of with candelabras.
'""I Carol Ashline, president, reported a citizen in local government." honor. She wore a street length dressof The punch table was covered with a
t""6n the accomplishments of the Altar Also attending the meeting and luncheon pale blue with small floral print of lace cloth over blue and was centered '
'Society during the past year. Also at- were Gladys White, Presidentof dark blue. She carried a nosegay of with an arrangement of pink
'T lending were Anne Samons, a past the Florida Council of Catholic blue silk miniature carnations, miniature carnations and white and Mr. and :Mrs. Chuck :Mosley
'':'president of the Deanery, Antoinette Women Ercel Hanley, Legislative forget-me-nots and froths of Stardust blue pompoms, The groom's cake,
.cI: Lefebvre, Donna Samons, Chairman of the FCCW, and Dolores gypsophilia with blue picot satin punch and coffee were served. DrakeTo
"Antoinette Stefanelli and Dolores Hankin, Convention President, all streamers. Mrs. Diane Hughes cut the wedding Rev. Melvin
Meng. from Jacksonville. Paula McKinney attended as cake assisted by Mrs. Ida Lee Brown. Be Honored
I Rev. Father Edward Rooney, St. Among other parishes represented bridesmaid and wore a gown similar The couple is residing in Starke.
(V' Edward's Pas tor,,also attended the were St. Mary's, Macclenny Holy Rev. Melvin E. Drake Pastor of the
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3"Mass concelebrated by Rev. Flannan Faith, Gainesville, St. Ann's in Lake Bridesmaids LuncheonThe local Church of God will!
IF' Walsh, Deanery Moderator Rev. City, St. John Evangelist of Rhea Corbett HonoredThe I at by his congregation on Sunday, April

Patrick Foley, Rev.'John Dux, Rev. Chiefland, St. Francis Xavier in Live hostesses, Mrs. Joey Reese, 5, the day designated' Pastor!
'Thomas Gordon, Rev. Louis Floresa Oak, St. Madeleine's of High Springs, home of Mrs. Charles Schmittwas Charles Recognition Sunday.
Mrs.
Seiberling Mrs. David Kirkland,
Inez lun-
:a: Holy Family of Williston, and Holy Helen the setting for a bridesmaids Schmitt This special event is to give
..I Cross of Cross City cheon Thursday, March 26, honoring McKinney and Mrs. recognition to Rev. Drake for his con-
c Housewarming For Helen Seiberling- Rhea Corbett bride-elect of Mark presented the mothers, Mrs. Royce and tribution to the community as a
Joyner and Mrs. Melvin Corbett and leader. The minister came
Joyner. pastor
Woodrow Thomases William Maughan Scarbro
b The dining room was gayly grandmother Mrs. Kenny to Starke in 1974. Since that time he
{\1'', Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, J.DRobinsonsTo engagement told decorated with dogwood blooms in with silk corsages of dogwood blooms. has earned the respect of the com
(]who have moved from Searing streetto Celebrate50th of Raiford silver tea pots.The table was covered The honoree received a corsage and munity.
Mrs. Dorothy Seiberling
their new home on SR100W were Anniversary and Berle Seiberling of Starke are with a midnight blue linen cloth and items of lingerie from the attendantsand The special Sunday morning service -
given a house warming Tuesday the engagementand centered with a silver teapot filled hostesses.Mr will feature special singing and
ainight: March 24. Rev. and Mrs. J.D. Robinson will proud to announce of their with dogwood blooms. Dogwood Rev D.I. Phillips will be preaching.The .
marriage
h", Hostesses were Mrs. Harry Melton, celebrate their golden wedding an- approaching Helen Inez to Lance Cor- bloom place cards marked the rf Ladies Auxiliary of the church
olMrs.: Raymond Moody Mrs. Roman niversary with a reception given by daughter of seating arrangement of the guests. of will honor the pastor with dinner on
F.X. Maughan Fiveash
their children, Mr. and Mrs. Tip poral William centered with a and Mrs. Charles
Alvarez and Mrs. Marc Jackson. The gift table was the ground after the morning service.
Placed at points of interest in the Cheek of St. Petersburg in the Pearl River, N.Y. is 1979 honor bride doll encircled with dogwood Kingston N.C were Monday visitorsof Friends of Rev and Mrs. Drake are
i-home/ were arrangements of azaleas Educational building of Bayless Miss Seiberling Union a High blooms. Mr and Mrs C.H. Nasworthy .invited,... __ to__ _attend nn_ the m_ observance..
:band dogwood. Highway Baptist Church on Sunday, graduate of County
4. Approximately 40 friends called April, from 1:00-3:00: : p.m. School.
Rev. Robinson retired from the Lcpl. Maughan is currently a
nbetween the hours of 7:30: and 9 p.m.O United States Marine
ministry at Bayless several member of the
years
Corps and is stationed at Camp.Le-
Stork Shower For ago.All friends and relatives of the jeune, North Carolina. '
-Mrs. Phillip Johns honored couple are invited to attend. The wedding will take place May 23
in St. Edwards Catholic Church in
Mrs. Phillip Johns was com- Starke.
I plimented at a stork shower March 3 Hall Family ReunionTo
at the home of Mrs. L.M. Gaines with Woman's Club
co-hostesses Miss ,Brenda Roberts, Be Held To Meet April 8
Mrs. David Gaines, Mrs. Larry Sunday, April 5
Mercer Mrs.LeRoy NgrmanJr,and The Starke Woman's Club will hold
"Mrs. Ann Godwin. The annual Hall Family Reunion their annual report and luncheon
< A color: theme o.yeIiow-arid green will be Sunday, April 5, at the meeting on Wednesday, April 8. at 12
:r carried g11E1n the table apointwwHssr&ss Theressa Community Center. A IVPiQnoiiJ.r, )ii-.jiijiitJ ..> ou" i.Ij I..).
Wf.e '
; ; .11 rl3&'" covered dish'lunehiU tiei! rvlif! At i?,Hostesses wilbfl': MrsjiErviri Andrews di
*..wwith' -a'taU ..lOOiP.M'AII'family'' and frreVids'Ire' chairman, Mrs. Ewell 1&I
stork. invited to attend. Lawson, Mrs. W.T. Jackson, Mrs. ,,,
Games were played by the 35 atten- Robert Ward Mrs. H.C. Ritch Mrs.
ding and prizes awarded.The Lester Crews Mrs Carolyn
hostesses gave the honoree a Mrs. J.C. Vining of Palatka visited Redgrave, Mrs. Charley E. Johns
crocheted baby blanket. as a.mementoof her aunt, Mrs. L.D. Vining on Tues Mrs. M.C Wells and Mrs. E.E. Tanner -
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Cheri Ann Tendler, ? +r

.' Mr and Mrs. Seth Griffith Celebrate:i Golden Anniversary' Frederick Hosack Set for .April 16

Married Feb 14 Easter egg*hunts sponsored by the
Recreation Department will
and At one end of the bar was a silk CherI)Ann Tendler, daughter of Mr. Starke at
Seth Hilda Sullivan Griffith daisy be held Thursday April }J6, Wainwright -
I celebrated their 50th wedding an r arrangement.The and Mrs. Barry Tendler of Kissim- Park (across Iron the Health
niversary on Saturday, March 2, at I mantel was graced.with a gold mee and Frederick I., Hosack of i Department at 329 N. Church St.).
Open House given by their son and T daisy and yellow carnation arrangement Shady of Mr.Oaks and Trailer Mrs. Robert Park, Hampton Hosack of The egg-searches will be held from
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ressie son 10 -11:3u: a.m. for boys and girls ages
irillith on Brownlee Road. I'1 Mrs. Griffith's dress 'was' complimented Orlando were married Feb. 14 at 3-8 and from 2.3.:30 p.m. for ages 712.
Hotel Plaza Lake
Buena Vista
Buffet was served from a table I with a yellow carnation Royal Prizes will be given for a silver and
covered with a white cloth trimmed 1 corsage and Mr. Griffith wore a with Notary Joy McFarland performing gold egg and for most eggs found(any
with gold bells and centered with yellow carnation boutonniere. the Civil ceremony, parent helping a child will disqualify
white bolls trimmed in gold. Approximately 125 guests'called Presenting' a program of nuptial him I her for this award),
The refreshment table was covered I between the hours of 2 and 4:30: p.m. music were Rebecca Mifsud soloist Children must supply their own
tin same as the buffet table. The two Those from out-of-town were from and Night Moves a five piece band, basket, sack, or whatever to collect
tiered wedding cake and a large sheet Miami, Kansas City, Hialeah Tampa and grandfather, Jack Tendler, eggs in. Refreshments will be served
cake were served from a serving bar. Hollywood, Ocala and Palatka soloist. afterwards.
and Mouitrie, Ga. Roger Dow of Keystone Heightswas
best man. Ushers were Randy "' '
hunts an' Easter
After the egg
Winograd Jeff Richardson and Brian
Spring Fashion ShowAt Bentley. Parade will be held with all the
children who have made Easter bon-
a Kathleen Mallock of Homesteadwas
Holiday Inn The child
netts or hats participating.
maid of honor She floor
a wore a
The Holiday Inn is presenting a length sky blue gown with lace bustle wearing the best bonnet or hat. .will
lashion show "The Spring Scene" on .Mr. and :Mrs! Seth Griffith and elbow length white gloves. She also win a prize:
Wednesday April 8, from 7 to 8 p.m. carried a nosegay of white carna-
Fashions from Stump's and Leila's tions, blue silk orchid and blue ribbons Did you know.... .
will be modeled by Girl Scouts from Chicken benefit .

the Starke troops. f Attendants were Cindy Tendler, ..... Mrs. W.B. Mundy visited her
for
During the dinner hour the raises $1,500 !Miss Jean
scouts sister of the bride, Rosalie Chiodiniand daughter, Mundy in
will be displaying fashions for girls Cindy Lou CountrymanOver Penny Pring. They wore floor Mrs. F.L. HosackDid Tallahassee last Wednesday to Satur

ages six to 16 to enjoy this spring and $1,500 was donated at a length sky blue gowns with lace bustle You Know." .... day.
summer. x and white wrist gloves. They carried
Some of the Scouts modeling will be chicken pilau dinner and gospel sing silk white carnations tinted with blue Mrs. Iris Smith and daughter An- Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and
Pam Pratt Julee Wise Nadine held Saturday, March 211, for Cindy and blue streamers. drea of Hamlet, N.C visited her son John of Titusville will spend the
seen, Dawn Schoening Theresa Lou Countryman who will undergo a Kari Tabachnick of New York was father, Herb Thomas and Mrs. weekend with his mother. Mrs. Mack
HiCks kidney transplant in the near future. last Thursday and Saturday. Williams.
Leigh Ann Odom, Brooke Wat- flower girl.Given Thomas
The dinner the
was sponsored by
son. Dianne Wood Melanie Wood and
in marriage by her father
New River Volunteer Fire Depart-
Rosalind Lennon.Homemakers. ment who would like to thank all the and mother the bride wore a long Pre-Season InspectionWe
people and businesses who donated white satin gown with sheer sleeves
Club items for the dinner. Dorothy Bell rounded low neckline and lace ruffled Will Check
The New River Fire Dept. also collar. Her three tier high crown
To Meet April 16 thanked the Frampton Family, the Miss Dorothy Bell secured her sweeping veil of illusion.

The Bradford County Homemaker' Singing Christians and the New Michael MuseEngagement She carried a cascade arrangementof I- Coils
Club will meet Thursday, River Baptist Church Youth Group ToldMr. white silk roses and blue ribbons.A Ni
April 16. 10 a.m. at the Agriculture for the wonderful gospel singing. reception dinner and dancingwas V Motors
Building in Starke. and Mrs.Clark Ray Williams of held in the Hotel Royal Plaza
Everyone is invited to attend the Miss Brenda Roberts Starke announce the engagement and from 6 to 11 p.m. Seated at the head CompressorsCOOLING
r
meetings and new members are approaching marriage of their table were the bride and groom their HEATING
always welcome. Brunch HonoreeMiss daughter Dorothy Lynn Bell, to parents, grandparents and atten-
Michael Davis Muse of dants. COOLING PRODUCTS V
Members: are reminded that the Brenda Roberts, bride-elect son Mr. and
last meeting will be in May before the was honored at a brunch Saturday Mrs. Edwin Muse of Lawtey.The The bride.and groom cut the wed-
Filters
club adjourns for the summer.J. morning given by Mrs. 11.11. Adams, wedding will be an event of ding cake. The best man made a toast r
Mrs. Warren Winkler and Mrs. S.G. June 12 at 7:30: p.m. in Lawtey before the cutting of the cake. *iA. 'k iSb
Denmark at the home of the latter. Methodist Church. Following a four day wedding tripto -... igf: Beat the Summer
Miss Bell will graduate on June 5 Jamaica the couple are residing at
seated four \11 "
McKenna'sRehearsal The 24 guests were at
R.
and is Oaks Trailer in Rush and Take
dining tables centered with ar- employed at Powell's Dairy Shady Park Hampton.The ==liISiii
DinnerMr. rangements of azaleas in silver and Freeze. bride graduated from Osceola .
: and Mrs. Joseph R. McKennaof crystal I containers.The i Mr. Muse graduated from Keystone High School in Kissimmee and plansto lillfPreSeason! : Advantage Of
High School 1978. to school at the U of
Jacksonville entertained at a dinner party rooms were decorated go Veterinary Our
party Friday evening March 27, with spring flowers.Outoftown All friends and relatives are invitedto F.The
for their son Joe and fiancee. Miss guests were Mrs attend. groom graduated from Lake Inspection. Cowart is your
Rose Richardson at the Madison William Baker of Mandarin !Mrs, Brantley High School in Orlando and

Street Baptist Church Fellowship A.N. Wyllys of Hastings, Mrs. Billy Cathy LeMire Florida is a Correctional State Prison.Officer at the Distributor for
Hall following the couple's wedding Maltby of St. Augustine Mrs. Betty
rehearsal.( Rands of Jacksonville Beach Miss Wayne WoodEngagement Heil Central Air ConditioningCall
The dining table was covered with a Cheryl Brown of Palatka, and Mrs. ToldMr.
red and 'white checked cloth and Norma Benton of Jacksonville.The .
centered\ with a red rose arrange- hostesses gave the honoree a and Mrs. William LeMire of Youth Program At Today For Your Inspection
ment. Place cards marked the dinner plate of her chosen china pat- Starke announce the engagement and Church of God
seating arrangement for the! 20 attending tern as a memento of the occasion approaching marriage of their Cowart Air Conditioning
which included the immediate daughter, Cathy, to Wayne Wood, son Of ProphesyThe
families and the wedding party. of Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Wood of Youth of the Church of God of
The couple presented the wedding Sapp Reunion Lawtey. Prophesy will be having an "at work" ContractorsSales
of dur- Miss LeMire is a senior at Bradford
appreciation
with
gifts
party
April 5 program working for Jesus, April 10,
School member of the LittleWomen's 964.8025 Service
ing the dinner. High ; a
1981, sponsored by Annie Williams.
The descendents of Leonard and Club and is employed at Owned By: James Cowart
Susan Crosby Sapp will have a family Hardee's.Mr. .

Did You Know.......... reunion on Sunday April 5, at the Wood is a 1978 graduate' of I
Lake Butler Community Center.A Bradford High School and' is
Kari Smith of Gainesville spent the picnic lunch will be served at 1 employed by Denmark Furniture

weekend with her grandparents, Mr. Company. _
p.m.All friends and relSkVeYaTe{ + invitedto will take 25
The wedding place Sept.
and :Mrs X.M. Smith. AGI ITE
attend. msI in the First Baptist Church in Starke. '

Mrs Lloyd Muggins and granddaughter I .-_ _. ....-. ...,.. .. ... ... ,
Rachel of Alachua were
Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Duplicate Bridge Rhea Corbett,

George Muggins. Club Results Mark Joyner Expediting Agricultural Products

Hazel and Jerry Moran of Kingsley To. Wed April 10

:Mrs 11.E. Smith of Williston spent Lake were the winning couple at The wedding of Miss Rhea Corbett 407 N. Temple Ave.
Sunday to Wednesday with her Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night. Lora and Mark Joyner will be an event of
daughter and family !Mr. and Mrs. Frances and Rhea Johnson of Friday, April 10, at 8 p.m. at the
Starke
:Marc
Jackson.
Keystone Heights were second and Starke Church of God.
Lucile Green and Shirley Watana of All friends and relatives are invitedto
Starke were third. attend.
Mrs. Delores Elixson had surgery The club pla s every Tuesday nightat
:Monday in North Florida Regional 7:30: pm. at the Pratt Street 9646465Fence tb'a'
f Hospital. Recreation Center and all bridge
players are welcome to attend. s12
:Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early returnedlast
1 Thursday from two weeks visit N"aIs
with relatives in !Mobile, Ala. Post "

Joe and Mary Gissy returned last c BIRTHSJennifer
Thursday from a 10 day trip to
California to attend their son, Jimmy & 1W
s. wedding in South Lake Tahoe. l.imlxey Hamilton
While there (hey visited their other
children Cindy and Denise in Lake Mr. and !Mrs. Gary Hamilton of WireFERTILIZERS
Tahoe and :Michael in Sacramento. Toccoa, Ga. announce the birth of a
They also toured Sacramento South daughter Jennifer Lindsey born
Lake Tahoe Yosemite National Park. March 26.Maternal. -V{
( 'armelby.theSeaIonterey: and grandparents are Rev.
San Francisco. and Mrs. Harold L. Moore of Warner
Robbins, Ga. Paternal grandparentsare
!Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton of *
:Mama Irene Goodge daughter of Starke. Paternal great grandparentsare Brad Green Bag Ton
:Mr and:Mrs. KalphGoodgeof Starke !Mr. and :Mrs Ellsworth Jacksonof _
has been named to the Dean's List for Winder Ga. and Mrs. W.L. Brad Green AdvancesTo
(the winter quarter at Tit College in Hamilton of Madison Heights Va. -- Bulk -
State Bible DrillOn
Forsyth, Ga. is
Marcia a . .. .
graduate of Bradford High School andis March 8 Brad Green son of Mr: =
majoring in Spanish at Tift. and Mrs. Edward Green won the Bible AgriculturalChemicals
Lorraine Curlncr Drill at Grace Baptist Church, advancing

:Mr and :Mrs. Hobson' Duffy of him To the New River
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curtner of
Associational Bible Drill which he
Hampton, Va. spent the weekend with
Starke announce the birth of a
her parents Mr. and !Mrs. IJ J. Eggt'rs won.This
daughter Lorraine born March 19 in win advanced him to the
Alachua General Hospital. Regional Bible Drill in which he _

:Mr and :Mrs. :Mulford Baker of Maternal grandparents are Mrs. qualified to go tp the State Bible Drill, Rent A ...
-
Mary E. Johnson and the late Marvin -
Rhinelander Wis. were Saturday to to be held at Lake Yale Baptist.
H. Johnson of Starke. Paternal grand-
Assembly on April 4.
Tuesday guests of :Mr. and Mrs.
Huston McClane. parents are Mrs. Thelma Masworthyand Brad is a member of Grace Baptist -
the late William R. Curtner of Church. ,
Tampa. wood
H.P :London( was in Marianna

Friday to Sunday visiting Dr. and Did You I I Know...........
:Mrs R.L. :McLt-ndon! and were
by relatives from Florida an JOined !Mrs. I<'.J. Shaw has had as visitors Danny Johnson of Chattanooga
nessce Mrs. Lamar Shaw of Orange Park on Tenn. was weekend guest of Mr and Splitter
Friday and Dr. Dell Ingram of Atlanta Mrs. W.T Jackson Sr
:Mr and :Mrs. J.II. :Mdncrief visitedMr on Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
:\ and :Mrs. Wil :Mendieta in Mrs. Ben Rowland is a patient in Day or HourTIRES
Brunswick. Ga. last Friday and spent and Mrs. Ray Goldwire and North Florida Regional Hospital ,
Friday night Monday: with Mr. and sons of Toledo Ohio spent the first of following surgery recently Her ,
:Mrs J.S. Walker in Savannah, Ga. the week with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert daughter Mrs. Dwight Marshall of
Goldwire.Mrs. Apalachicola was here last week
:Mrs Robert Tanner of Baldwin was visiting her, and her father here in
Sunday afternoon visitor of her sister, Jack Trawick visited her Starke.
:Mrs J.H. Fields and !Mr. and Mrs. daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Auto Truck TractorBATTERIES
Herbert Green. Ron Kelly in Tampa over the Don Page underwent surgery Tuesday -
weekend. in Bradford County Hospital.

Dr and Mrs. Glen Davis and sons of
Gainesville were last Wednesday Mrs. Ovid Bennett of Jacksonvilleand Warren Winkler was patient in Pk i;
night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Shirley Johns of Orange Bradford County Hospital last week .
H.L! Hutson and celebrated Mrs. Park will spend the weekend with following surgery. Auto
Davis' birthday. their mother ,Mrs. F.J. Shaw. .. Truck Tractor Marine i
SR Airman and !Mrs. Rex Anderson
Jr.'. of Homestead spent the weekend Agricultural implements
Marla Cunningham 'of>Keystone' ; with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Rex Available, {
The two greatest stimulants Heights was among 13 other students .,- Anderson. Sr in Starke.and: and on order !|
in the" world are youth and from Santa Fe Community College attending Mrs..Nick Harper in Lawtey. Steve Backus Owner I
debt. Benjamin the Phi Beta Lamba state ,
Disraeli
Grease -
convention at the Hilton Hotel in Tam !Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent Farm Bureau Safemark oil -, HYd. FluidS't'ugeaA !/ I
pa over the weekend. Saturday and Sunday in Plant City
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; "by Elizabeth Terry Gainesville. They ate dinner with her General Hospital Gainesville. Our Mrs. Hal Hamilton of Jacksonville Oak visited their mother Mrs. Fred tier sons, Mr. and Mrs. Artis Brewer,
.'.... Phone 782-3200 on Saturday.Kendall prayers are with him. Mrs. John Tye, Sr., visited her son- Moore on Saturday afternoon. also of Arkansas, Oal Brewer Memphis
.,:,' Grace United Methodist Church: Bryan and Christina Marie Army Specialist 5 and Mrs. in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Pierce Crews and her sister Tenn., grandson Mr. and Mrs.
II I The church showed a film Sunday Mobley of Baldwin, spent Sunday Timothy M. Starling and their son Tommy Talley and family, of Mrs Oni Thornton visited her son and Ronnie Greer of Missouri, Mr. and
.;.::I'j night at 6:30: "Strike the Original afternoon with their grandparents, Nicholas of Schwetzingen, Germany, Jacksonville,Thursday to Sunday. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Mrs. Harold Beasley of Mobile, Ala.,
Match" by Chuck Swindoll, speaker Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp. arrived home March 26 for a two Henry Hodges and his daughter Crews,Sr. of Jacksonville.They were attended the funeral of Mrs. Autie
.'.,, was Bob Holbein J.C. Prevatt, Jr., of Gainesville, weeks leave with their parents, Mr. Sarah and Mrs. Vivian Crawford !their Saturday overnight guests. Brewer on Saturday.
.,.::\ The Wednesday night prayer group visited his mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mrs. Fleam Starling before leavIng visited her son-in-law and daughter, ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frank of
vr;r has been studying End Time Prophecy and brother-inrlaw and sister, Mr. for El Paso, Texas where he will Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Chapman and son, family attended Homecoming at Lakeland, spent the weekend with
at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Truman Norman on be stationed.Mr. of Jacksonville on Saturday night. Highland Baptist Church on Sunday, their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
: :::1 "," Threeyear-oldMaura Love had her Wednesday afternoon. and Mrs. Ricky Norman of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of March 29., and Mrs. Oscar Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
",'p.!, annual heart checkup at Shands Friends of Mrs. June Griffis of Starke, visited their grandparents, Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mr. and Mrs. Greg Morgan of John Aguiar of Jacksonville, were
Teaching Hospital, Gainesville this Starke, regret to learn that she is a Mr and Mrs. Truman Norman on Kelly and son, Justin, of Jacksonville, Lawtey are the proud parents of a their Sunday dinner guests. All of
... .," month. She is scheduled for a heart patient in Bradford County Hospital. Thursday afternoon. were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter, Shauna Kathleen, born them visited Richard Carter in
: ::, catherizatlon this September and Our prayers are with her.. .Mr. Vernon Teston and his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. March 17 In St. Vincent's Hospital, Alachua General Hospital
: ." possibly open heart surgery. We are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling and daughter Miss Lisa, of Little Rock, Mrs. Danny Thompson and sons Jacksonville. Maternal grandparentsare Gainesville on Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .
gratified to see that this is the year family, of Jacksonville, were Saturday Ark., arrived early Sunday morning Kevin and Brian, of Jacksonville, met Mr. and .Mrs. Glenn Shuford, Virgil Griffis and Mrs. Maines
the United Nations has declared to be dinner guests of their parents for a week with his parents, Mr. and her mother Mrs. Fred Moore at First Lawtey. Paternal grandparents are Griffis and children of Palatka, and
...., the International Year of the Han- Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling. Mrs. Lonnie Teston. Baptist Church in Starke and were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan of Miss Lynn Whaley of Starke, all cameto
., dicapped Child and that the United Friends of Richard Carter regret to Mrs. Wm. Wilson spent a week with her dinner guests.Mr. Starke. the homecoming at Highland Bap-
.,, Methodist Church has made han- learn that he is a patient in Alachua her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and and Mrs. J.W. Thomas of Live Mrs. Anls Brewer of Arkansas and tist Church on Sunday.
: :.. dicapped children/persons major
.. concern of this year of 1981 i
(Interpreter March').

First Jerry Baptist Nye, Church missionary: to the West AMERICAS: FAMILY DUG STORE

Indies spoke April 1st at the First
Baptist PERSONALS Church: prayer meeting.. You1re going to like

',' Drs. Rose and
Steve Gyland, of
.
TV's".Health and Happiness"were
weekend guests of Rev. and Mrs. Don our Pharmacy.
Love and family. They were accom- _
; .; panied by granddaughters Rachael .
and Amy, all from Jacksonville. Eckerd Pharmacists are big hly-tralned professionals who are going to
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts visited j make sure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing education
_ their son, Barry Lee, in Dwight D. courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments In drugs.
Jj": 1" Eisenhower Hospital in Augusta, Ga. They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts ,
:; Mr. Watts spent from Wednesday to and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you time by
s J Sunday. Mrs. Watts remained withy constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!

him. When Mr. Watts called Monday,
y: he found that Barry Lee was getting
3S along fine, which we feel is an answer .
..,
2 to prayer. ,
g: Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Tuesday JHIRMACK VASEUNE _
g with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green CURI
% and their sister Mrs. Lavonia Griffis. SHAMPOO INTENSIVE CARE PUFFS
"'
1 g They came for her and brought her I ECKERD i-OUNCt LOTION Ihlla.1FO1NCE "" suer5A.hkd..69W

P 5 home. 1TYPES .....149 Sal. .... .. .11. ) pUttS
Deepest sympathy of the community I TOOTHPASTE Essential acids %. Pried (
fatty
g= is extended to the family of Mrs. balanced. Limit 1 Penetrating emollient. Soft&absorbent.Limit 1
C Autie L. Brewer because of her death OUNCE pH Limit 1ANTAACi j
<<1:
tt on Wednesday when shedied, in her 69

.p,: slcp.Petty Officer 1st Class and Mrs. Joe I Priced eel. ....... EXCEDRIN ISOPROPYL I

r:= Harris and children moved into their Contains fluoride.Limit 1

home (The Volley Reddish house) on 4b [ TABLETS ALCOHOL .
E Saturday March 28. Now\ he)' are I BOTTLE -189 I 1-PIMT *
real "Lawteyites"., 0. 100 [ r..J(59"( Sato 33 sw I
;p: a.,.Pried ,.. c
::; Mrs. Barry Watts and her son --- Toys :
I Extra-strength analgesic solution.Many
Chewable antacid tablets I.fJ!
Barry Lee, home
r came Wednesday,
household uses.Limit 1
tablets.Limit 1ALINEAMUUMUU Choice of newer*. Limit 1 pkMIRROR \ I
r.: March 25 and he will be with them until -
r: his leave is over which is 20 days. I .
=: Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and their
::; sister, Mrs. Lavonia Griffis, spent I SCHICK I
:. Thursday to Saturday with theirs 'II
LEAF ROBIN
: brother-in-law, Lyle Blow, of Orlan- I RAZOR BLADES SchicktpiiJi I GRAPHICS
Si i} do, They left their sister, Mrs. Griffis PlatinumsMM DRESSES. PICTURES }-J:
sj with her sister, Mrs. Mary Brown, of 5.1.; N EQGSTRAYRQ* /,

% Gro eland until they returned. Sale s12ge -TIM.OM- Priced ........699 .Hum....7... ,....4"IiLUNCHMATE -... ........... / ..
2 Miss Esther Mason of Jacksonville, Priced Easy care fabric.Assorted Wood-look. Sugar shell malted milk"eggs. I
: visited Miss Arthurine Blanchard on ,,,... Plus platinum blades.Fits all f j prints colors. s designs A Assorted col4>ft-. Limit 1
:: Saturday. mm double edge razors. Limit 1
:: Mrs. Harold Eunice and her sisters,
s: Mrs. Pansy Knight and Mrs. Linnie I
=::: Harris of Maxville, visited their REESE'SPEANUTBUTTER
t: sister-in-law. Mrs. Jean Godwin, of I WOODENBAR :: : :-\1Il! ::

.. STOOL COOLER .... EGGS .
Sal.: 13... n.g.i3.tt ftltl PACKPeanut <=

k SFCC Registration .....l.1O"Prlod ....4... ....;11- : .........99 :. .. .. ; .. II
., II Wooden legs.Vinyl Has food tray l con- butter covered with -: : -
ffi RIGHT GUARD seat. venient folding lid. milk chocolate. Limit 1
OiTTap INexTWeek ,
,
'p- il 11i1. 111 I: nfl1 f MI"1 II'
p;!,! !!!' : fj ""'".! <1 T't, I DEODORANT.J:' : ;
isI Registration for the Spring Term at 01. I 1.0- I
:s Santa Community College will 10-OUNCE WEB A ALUMINUM
:;E.f take place next week at the college office Sale. H 'S QUICKIE 39"INFLATABLESUPERTUBER LAWN FURNITUREeNANIL
=::. in Bradford High School. The I Priced."..,... H SPONGEMOP -
::;:? SFCC Starke Center is open daily Aerosol spray.Bronze can. _-_-_ n.e: .... ..*..1S." ,.. ......13... .... ... gocI788
from 8 a.m. to 4 J;>.m. with a special 1SMUCKER'S Pkd; ........399 .....3.11... 1. -j
!:j evening registration session set on CHAISE
seat.
Safety Strongvlnylreelststearing.
:::: Tuesday, April 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. ral-.r It Push the itself.handle A Iwo.Ls ..... II
::-Students:: may register for all Santa III wrings I Front post legs.Chaise
S Fe classes, including those offered at adjusts to 7 positions.
:::", the main campus in Gainesville, as
::.'::J well as those in Starke. TABLETOPHIBACHI ;I

The Spring term begins April 22, I LYSOL8OWLCLEANER .-- SCOTCH FINE
and runs to June 11.

m Starke Of special is a course interest in Ethics this which term will at 24-OUNCE Sge.. it-or.CLEANER ft %t pfd 1 088 =-____ : I
I
'ye ree..hours-of' ,Humanities, STRAWBERRY .5.1.1S ..... ...W Sm4.11
.... -. \11'rrstlphyredit.' 'codrse will m PRESERVES Disinfects as it cleans. RCleansd deodorizes. 12"x 16":Cast iron bowl.
{ideal with ethical and moral principlesijivaUareas StAUCI{): $' Limit 1 Limit 1 Adjustable grid a drafts.
:,.. ; :/ ,of 'human conduct in- '''.NOI
personal relations, business, Sato 99
.PtCldding
i ggvefpmentsports and PClC4d I
I *e e i e e
medicine; According to Dr. Bernie STACKASTORE WIREOUNpNOTEBOOK K&S2H.P.
Mc.Fadden..who! will teach the course, GRASS EDGER
"- designed sot only' for students BINS I
to\ tng for lo"'degree'.but for anyone I 8.1..2.It f met I-SUUICT [ ] S.t"
; 131 .14988
_'. _, -?", s j-cdncerjjed not only about Priced ..... .. I "eg.'." ....? 30.11 M ....
v Amoral dilemmas]in his own personal I Space saving stack 200 ruled punched Brlggs&Stratton engine. ,
able trays. sheets. E All' "
,
lfe/but also about the ethical pro- I Finger! tip control. "
11." biems of our day ranging.from death '
S-jN>ith dignity to the deat"-p nalty. '
.J...: .
err'C"OUter -c6u\\'$ S" at Starke include WILD iQ'; ', I
(it:PPriiViOf Mathematics, Intro. to An- I ..m:;' ECKERDICECUBE VIP PRO FLAT ENTEX
..: thropblogy19urvey; .of American Lit.fcLl BIRDSEED9POUND : r HOTBRUSH ELECTRONIC GAMES' I

!! Jrfprin.: ;. Interpersonal of Physical Science.Communication, I :' TRAYS R N:;'.:'-.': .7*. coon CHOICE :;;
BAG 8SJek 00 ... 2999
':3' For,more information,' call Cathy -'f\ "eg. .. 2'J1 $ .4.MBrushes ..... ""

:: Hicks, ",or Dr. McFadden, at 9645382. ..." ;.: 75I.Quick releasing' rl Heat-proof in body.bristles.PROCTOR s'R;;: iselheDev'w', L L I
: IlnlI quality seed Includ f;; flexible plastic. Baseball or Baseball 2. .11'.0: .....
Q First United //Methodist millet sunflower & more. 1-' % i. ,

J Church Newsy .'.:.:. : I
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; Stop by and patronize the United ICE CUBE SltEX GALAXY OSCILLATING16INCH
r.:1 Methodist Women's Strawberry booth FAN
JUICER
i at the fair All the items are handmade I BINS 1 1Reg.1. NO.JIOIW
by the church members such as ." -- e.n.tt .a T *Lflan ** MO.I1S1 99
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key chains, pillows, hot pads, Priced ....99" .....4.11... IW Rq.S. 44.SVMl.M ..
strawberry pictures, baskets of I For storage of Ice Auto turn on when fruit to"t r"balanced I
decorative strawberries,, and even a KEEBLER cubes. Plastic. Is pressed to reamer., blades. 3-speeds.

::3= strawberry cookbook with every. DELUXE GRAHAMS
I
recipe imaginable. -
:= 'A Spring Cantata will be presented 1 NORTHERN! FOLD4N PRO KODAKCOLOR8URST50 I
::: by the Chancel Choir this Sunday 1 llftOUNCIN 99 f BAMBOOBASKETS --r TRAVEL
.
April 5, during the 11 a.m. worship
service. Communion will be served at g.1.3$ .., .' DRYER IHSTANT CAMERA I
the 8:30 a.m. service, Evening service Bonus pack.:24%more free II-INCH ... N..1U5 .wS.w1ace
.199 n ** ... ,.. 99
>e.ii.te H .
: a John Wesley Service, 7 p.m. I fudge covered cookie. Limit 1 fUg.att .... r,.. .....4.00 .... .14 4 I
:. The confirmation class will be leaving Hand-woven round 2 heat A 2 speed set ..
3 for the Epworth-by-the-Sea at 3 baskets. 6 styles. n tings. Fold A store. "-.. Just. aim A shoot.Auto '
:.; p.m. Friday, April 3, from the church, motorized print ejection. 'rJ
=: and will be returning Sat. April 4, at 9 I __
:. will be covered dish dinner ,/////////////A' -'CN 'I ## &/###? #// .
p.m.There a "" I7//// //"" .. ///I/%/ Mi% //"
;j Maundy Thursday, April 16 at
:t ':30 p.m. in the fellowship hall for

:=J- confirmees General meeting and their for families.the United You're Going to Like Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer!

::; Methodist Women will be Tuesday OPEN DAILY9 to 9, SUNDAY 19te7 .<4. l.r
in the fellowship hall.
April 7,10 a.m. Get la extra set ofprinta I goodlhrus.LAPr.4th'rzI
; The United Methodist Men will hold Twice the Prints with every roll 0' color ..[MMUIVt TMC _
;; their April meeting at the home of m\ or black and white print film developed and printed... .


a= and Drew the enjoy church Reddish a "Catfish,are, WednesdayApril Invited Fry".to All attend.men of 8, 'TWice TODAY AND MIA EVERYDAY.Film Gat the price two rolls of one of print dacoior film for (]ffiaJl](!ffffi 0glaJf]($

:! Please make reservations with the or black and white, when you have your processed 831 S.Walnut .
:: ,church office. al Eck.rd..TODAY.EVERYDAY. I )11 rJNIIiP'; N Sturke

:1 presented The program by Dr.for Bernard the evening McFadden.will be Twice the Guaranteo Buy prints only you w.nt.the St. 0IJ1lJ1l( (; tuB LJLJW: LI, W

:J Dr. McFadden will be speaking on the' No hassle-even' \ 'the goof was In the picture taking., _,
:"Shroud of Turing' will be a program -

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and one that will be especially meaningful -,
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Free and Reduted ......." .-.- 'Sy Is'llzoiyeth .: Walker" .c>niiin0 Places: The Bradford Coun-
Price Meals At" phone OfrHMKi: Greater Allen Chapel African Those persons*who are electgd will ty Courthouse, Starke from 10 a.m. to
CareFree Dell Chapter 168 O.U.S.1 The monthly :Methodist Episcopal Church: Easter be sent to Tallahassee July 28 t\3l\ 'to } 2 p.m. and the R.J.E. Complex. Pine
Community Day meeting of Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. practice will begin next week. Sunday represent YOU, YdJjUR inter ts'./and C Street: ,Starke from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
and reduced price nutritious will be held Thursday 'April meals are served children at the com- p.m. in the Masonic Hall on Brpwnlee a.m. All members are invited at at- YOUR VOTE DOES COUNTo';!; 1

i 1\ munity day care center at 1080 North Street. All members are Invited to at' tend, for spiritual strength. please be sure to come out and... cast_ Voters will be asked to show their
Pine Street in Starke Monday t tend. We must make plans for the Cireuter Bethlehem Freewill Baptist your'baltot-otr'Aprll 14th.: --- uo voter registration card before casting
through Friday excluding holidays. Grand Session In Jacksonville beginning Church: Monday 7:30: p.m. their ballot.
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These meals are funded and made on the 18th of April. The help of Easter rehearsal. Tuesday 7:30: p.m.
available to children at the center by each member is needed. Prayer Meeting and Easter rehearsal. ..
(the child food program regardless of Church Activities: Wednesday Blye's Circle will
race, creed color sex or national St. John Missionary Baptist meet at Mrs. Johnnie's home. Lee'scircle
origin providing family size and income Church: Sunday School 10 a.m, each and McKay's circle will meet at Always Ready To Serve
criteria. are met. Sunday. Choir Rehearses each Wed. 6 Mrs Sarah Prince. Thursday Story
The child food program is most p.m. Bible Class and Prayer Meeting, Hour( at the church. Friday 6:30 p.m.
veal to our total program at Community Friday 7 p.m. Easter rehearsal will the Junior Choir and Junior Ushers
Day Care. be held each Monday 5-30: p.m. will rehearse. Saturday Executive Calm And FriendlyA
For lurther information concerning Church of God In Christ: Sunday 9 Board meeting.. Sunday 9:30: a.m.
day care services or the food program a.m. Prayer, 9.30: Sunday School. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Wor- calm and friendly voice answers your phone call to DeWittC.
call (!H)4>964-6794. Andrew II. flows Morning Worship 11 a.m. YPWW 5:30: ship and Dedication of babies. Even Jones Funeral Home at any hour of the day or night.
p.m. Evening Worship 7:31)) p.m. ing Worship 6 p.m.
Tuesday 6 7 p.m, Prayer. Immediately Kbeneter Baptist Cliiirch: : Sunday
Bingo at RJECafeteria Andrew II. Crews Prayer Bible Band. Immediately School 9.30a.m.: Morning Worship 11 ComfortThis

April l1 Awarded Scholarship after Prayer Pastoral a.m. The Deaconesses will fellowshipwith is an introduction to the comfort that comes from know-
Anitoch Deaconesses in their anniversary
Teaching with Elder Anderson Jr.,
Enw\ a fun-filled night of bingo on To SeminaryAndrew conducting. You are invited. at 3 p.m. Rev. L.R. Davis ing that competent and friendly people are serving you.

TUOM.IApril| 7, at 7:30: p.m. in theItJECafeteria II. Crews of Starke has New Bethel Baptist! Church: will preach. B.T.U. at 5 p.m. Evening
: ; 1080 North Pine Street been awarded the Frasier Scholar Wednesday prayer service was held Worship at 6:30: p.m. Immediate AnswersThe
: in SUirke ship for the 1980-81 academic year at at Brother James Simmons home. Mrs, Davis will leave Tuesday April DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home staff is prepared to leave
A great prize is awarded each winner Southeastern Baptist Theological Friday, April 3, business meeting at 7. 11 for the State Convention in Tam-
'I here is no admission but a small Seminary in Wake Forest, N,C. 7:30: p.m. Sunday service will begin pa, Fla All Home Mission Societiesare Immediately to answer your call.
lee will be charged for each card. Crews is a first year student at the with Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning asked to have the enrollment
Came lot's! play bingo together and Seminary and is studying for the Worship 11 a.m. with the Youth conducting ready by Monday April 6. DeWitt C. Jones Harold Johnson
The LMutf
have .in evening of fun. Proceeds Master of Divinity' degree He is the the service. First Born Church of
from this activity will go toward purchasing son of Mr. and Mrs Harold A. Crewsof American Legion Post 311: and Auxiliary (;<>"!: Sunday School 10 a,m. Morning Benton Futch Steve Futch
napping cots for the Community Starke and is married to the former will meet Tuesday April 7, in Worship 11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 p.m.
Day Care Center. Cheri ScheeU ot Starke. the annex of New Bethel Church. All Evening Worship 7 p.m. You a re in DeWitt C. Jones
members are asked to attend. vited. .
Ml. Moriah United Methodist Attention Senior Citizens
I Brooker NewsMrs. Church: Sunday School 9:30: a.m. On Tuesday, April 14, 1981 the Funeral Home
Morning Worship 11 a.m. You are Invited sitver I -haired legislature elections will
Baptist Church of Gainesville. J.R. be held. Everyone who is aged 60 or Stark Keystone Heights
: ..;. "Sue"Daliphone McLeod of Gainesville will be guest Pleasant Grove United :Methodist over and a registered voter is urged to 964-6200 473.3176
485-1J14: speaker at the evening service. Church: Sunday School a.m..Com come out and vote for the candidate of
New River Baptist Church munion Service 3 pm. their choice.
Postmaster Hicks Issues Several members of the youth
Warning To Public group of New River church will attend
Postmaster Ned Hicks of Brooker the Praise Fest to be held at Stet
warns the public to protect your mail son University in Deland April 10
by being sure your mail box is secure. through 11. On Friday the group will
Promptly remove mail from mailbox be judged on adjcation and rating and {(fJ FOOD
(especially checks). Immediately ad- will return home Saturday afternoon. -
vise the postmaster or postal inspector Cindy l.on('olllltr'lIIalllh.Ilt'r t
when your mail has been stolen. There will be a bake sale held at the
Report non-receipt of checks or food Brooker school Fridayafternoon
stamps to the issuing agency. Immediately after school, April 3. This is to help
notify the postoffice and raise funds fora kidney transplant for SA VINGSA
mailers if you change your address. little Cindy Lou in the near future. ,
Mail theft is a federal crime investigated Brookor Klementary School

by the postal inspectionservice Last Thursday was an eventful day '
Rewards are payable for information for the third grade class at Brooker
leading to arrest and con- School. The students with the help of
viction of violators. their teacher. Marilyn Vellenga had A \1 4\ NO STAMPS
Trip Planned Jacksonville Zoo planed the menu for the day. The ,
A fun trip to the Jacksonville zoo is third grade culminated their study of ft IK' \\ ,
planned for the young people of the Hawaiian culture and nutrition ith a
Praise Christian Assembly Church of luau luncheon. Each teacher and
Graham for Saturday April 4. class was greeted with "Aloha" and a '
Richard Cain extends an invitation to Lei made by the class. The entire re FLORIDA vrnnr ill-QRID ; / eOnaA

friends of the young people to join school enjoyed the menu of aloha 1 1 '
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them for the day A picnic lunch is being chicken luau corn, surfs-up spinach,
prepared by Jim and Gean Kin- pineapple salad, coconut cake and rtnnr
caid for the outing. Tickets at the gate five-o-milk eonaA 0CRISP
will be(tiO() cents for under 12 years and Cjslic Pihritsis Kiimls
$1 30 for 12 years and up. The bus will Through the generosity of Brooker

leave the church at 8:30: a.m. and residents and the determination of 16
return around 5:30: p,m. Please notify participants, a winning tally of$32.:).65
Cam by Friday. April 3, if you will be was raised to help children in Florida
able to attend, who suffer with cystic fibrosis.
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youth AI and Jina Andrews, Lisa man of the event Kathy Griffis of 6 3' LB 38 8 8 (: i $239SAVE
Lowe and Brian Kendrick. They had Graham captured the grand price for BS. CELLOBAG io
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:: "Carlton ( .771,21 HR's ) Leads I On :Your Mark... Get Set... Go! I I



divisions will receive trophies. In addition ribbons will be
Green Machine to Debut Victory Bradford Invitational given to the top six finishers in each event and trophies will
be given to the boy and girl chosen as Must Valuable performer
in their division.
Hillandale Farms Green Machine twice The meet schedule has the field events starting at 1:30: (
Sunday to snatch the title away. I the Kiwanis of Stark Track Meet Is
had a successful debut to its 1981 soft. They hit 26 homers in the final game, Green Machine ofliciuls extended FridayThe p,in. Friday with the pole vault, high jump, long jump, girls
ball season last weekendcoming out 114 for the tourney (while scoring 189 invitations to clubs like Senne shot put, and boys discus. The boys shot, girls discus and

of he t losers bracket to take t the Joyful runs). Lumber of Palm Bay, Stottler Stagsof Bradford Invitational, always the biggest track & triple jump follow. .
Acres Invitational Running prelims start at 2:30: with the .-10 relay trials
Softball tourna The 1979 Open State champs also Satellite Beach and American National field meet held in Starke each year, is set to start at 1:30:
ment behind a super weekend by Ken counted among its wins come-from- ( Stone of Jacksonville at last Friday, April 3, at the BUS track and continue into the Finals start Friday evening following the prelims.
Carlton behind victories over powerful Senne weekend's Joyful Acres tourney. night.
Carlton ripped the ball at a .771 Lumber of Palm Bay and American Waters Bulldozing & Excavating alsois BHS Boys Track Coach Rick Stephens has sent Invita- Volunteers Should Meet ThursdayThe
pace and smashed 21 homers to knock National Stone. Machine scored 12 in expected to enter to add more local tions to all the Gainesville and Ocala area schools and coaches are planning to meet with volunteers interested
in 30 runs in seven games for the seventh to erase a seven run f lIa vor teams such as Gainesville High, Buchholz, Eastside, Ocala in helping run the Bradford Invitational! Thursday
Machine, leading the club in all three Senne lead and then poured nine runs II ilia IIda I.,Green :Machine Forest, Ocala Vanguard, and Live Oak-Suwannee are expected afternoon\ April 2, at the BUS track. They; will go over the
I categories. across without making an out to wipe llutlintf Slat's to bring both girls and boys units. Also Interlachen various events and responsibilities for Friday.
I Dennis Crawford and Randall out a seven-run Stone lead in the bot- for Joy fill Acres! Toiinipy North Marion, and Keystone Heights are expected to bring Any; persons who have volunteered their lime or would
McGee had super.productive tom of the last.Tourney Av*. HR RBI girls units said BUS Girls Coach Buddy Revels. like to can call Coaches Kick Stephens (I9Ii4.6.195! or the high
weekends that paled in comparisononly scores were not Ken Carlton .771 21 30 The team champion and runnerup in both boys and girls school) or Buddy Revels.leet. .
to Carlton's stats -- both plating available. Dennis Crawford 14 25
.759 (HIIS fiils Ko ('loKeud. hi ('II Tri-.Y: J ... '
25 runners with Crawford clubbing 14 Randall McGee ,(iI18 13 25 1st >H ; > slur) IMI |pg. ll\:

homers and McGee lofting 13 more Machine-Kiwanis MikeJiicobs ,657 10 17
out of the Drew Park confines. Bobby Moved BackThe Bobby Stevens .4(13( 11 19
Stevens Mike Jacobs, Richard Mum- Tourney KichardMuinmaw .656 10 16 I
maw, and Kay Fleetwood also were Green Machine-Kiwanis Club Kay!; Fleetwood .600 10 13 BHJS Girls Near Top of District
all in double digits in the UK depart mens open Softball tournament slated Keith Kelly .654 7 14
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ment. for Starke has been moved back from Eddie Hazen .-4f>9 8 14 ..
Machine lost only to Stottler Stag of th .ast weekend in April to the first Terry; Stratton .478 6 .10 Bradford High's Lady Tornadoeswon district showdown with league- twice in the win.
Satellite Beach and came back to weekend in May (3.5) according to Bubba Bozeman ,..t2.4 6 their third and fourth straight leading Buchholi that was scheduledfor Santa Fc dropped to. t-4: and 2-i: in
avenge that defeat, beating Stag tourney coordinator Eddie Douglas of TEAM .605 114 189 Softball games last wpek to set up a Wednesday afternoon April 1, in the District.

Starke.

The BUS girls held off rallying Mid- BUS girls MitUllflHirg; 7
dleburg 8-7 Friday and then pinned a
Bradford slugged seven hits in the
9.3 district 5-AAA defeat Santa Fe
on first two innings en route to a 7.0 advantage
to hold onto second in the
place
but the first Broncos
;year
FAIR district with a 6-1 league mark ((7-3
kept scrapping back and gave BUS a
overall))I. Coming into Wednesday
last-inning scare before finally sue
Buchholz unbeaten in the district
was:
cumbing in Starke last Friday
with loss Palatka
only a to marring
Middlcburg rallied for three runs in
the Bobcat record. BuchholL beat the
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the last to pull within one bet ore the
Lady Tornadoes 13.7 in a game in Lady Tornadoes got the last out.

Gainesville March 6.'The Sharie Hankerson, VauncKi Brown
ARE IN first and set ,.id place teams
CASH and Janet Williams all scored twice
in the District tournament
get byes and Lorraine Bass cracked: : a doublein
(April 29-May 1 at Weslside Park in Bradford's four-run first inning..

Gainesville) but (the first"place team ................
gets a better bracket, Bradford In games played last week the I.adyTornadoes
Coach Gayle Lee said after huddlingwith
whipped Gaines'illeEaslside
NO GIMMICKS! her happy team following (the 8-" and Live Oak 14-6.

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Santa Fe win.IIIISgirls
Mashcll Brown, Lorraine Bass, and
Phyllis Cuffee all had two hits in (he
<) Santa Fe :3 t win over Eastside ((2-'") while Sh.irie

1 1va The visiting Lady Raiders jumpedout Hankerson was for-4 with a home
to a 3.0 lead but pitcher Valery run and a double ;against Live Oak
CHICKEN 1rrnnr GROUNDMATtAWS' Ha mm and the Bradford defense held (0-6)( ). Pain Sams added alorl:) :! performance
i IREA**OTR . >WITH BACK 3 NECK*}01(LET PKO*
snapped a :3-3 deadlock with a six-run again had two hits.
rennr rrnnr fifth inning uprising on a wet
0I 0 Westside Field Tuesday. sense F. 100 000 0 3 1 S
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BUS put four hits together with two
Hauler errors. Mlddl.IFu,. 020 020 3 7 5 4radlo'd
Ol 000 0 5 5 3
Y Sharie Hankerson clouted three hits w..
1. in four at bats and Vonda Hail scored .
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Strawberry Golf Title




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The entry list for this weekend's The tournament will again have i
Fifteenth Annual Strawberry Invita- four flights -- championship ((0-4 han- (
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tional Golf Tournament had 99 nameson dicap), 1st (5-8), second 9-12), and t i
it as of Tuesday according to third ((13-18 handicap, based on net ::;fI '
Starke Golf & Country Club pro Herb scores), ,
Herres and the field should go over The winner in each flight wins a set i
tOO golfers Herres said, though of irons, the runnerup takes a set of : ai' I
maybe not to the maximum 120 called woods, and additional prizes will be .
for awarded depending on the number of I
entries in each 4
"We can play it much easier with flight. v
100 or 110 anyway," Herres said Tues- I'
day "Right now we're just hoping the Dinner Set for _, i
weather clears up and it drys a little Saturday NightA
bit." dinner for the golfers will be
Weather permitting play starts given for free from 6-7 p.m Saturday
Saturday, April 4, on the Country night with a country western dance
Club's 9-hole course with each golfer following at 8 p.m. The dinner and
playing 18 holes Saturday and Sun- :lance are free for participants and $3 4 ''k ; A ,
day for non-participants.


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pre-season Round-Robin for the Starke Rcc Department Softball leagueswill I,
be held Monday and Tuesday nights of next week, April 67. All Sports Club Banquet Award Winners
In games Monday night at Edwards Rd. Field] the Lawtey Wildcats and Continental Pictured above are the award winners at last week's BUS All Sports! Club pklns, Kenneth Bright Mike Jordan, Carol Fussell (far back), T>fanny Or iff is! I''
Connectors play all p.m. and Olin's Mobile Homes plays Hayes Builders Winter Banquet. Melissa Mayo, Terl Thomas. Vaunda Brown Bobby !Martin, Hilly Green, and : I
& Electric at 8:30.: On Westside Field Church of God meets Pine Level Baptist at They are: from left to right. Emmett WatkIns Janet Williams, Timmy GonLarry Saucer
7 with Episcopal-Presbyterian playing Kingsley Lake Baptist at 8:31): ( On PrattSt zales, !Mae Hollis. Kevin Howe. Gerald Gullion, Hope Jackson Eddie Thom- I,
Field] the Saints play the Lawtey Slaves at 7 with the Dominos and the i
Rowdies at 8:30.
meeting :
The schedule is even busier Tuesday night. Action starts at 6:45: at Westside Over 50 1st-Year Varsity Letter..Winners :;: i jj!
Field with the Junior Boys playing Madison St. Baptist. At 8:15: Brooker Baptist
plays Hope Baptist and at 9:30: Calvary Baptist meets First Methodist. At Ed-
wards Rd. Waters Bulldozing & Excavating plays the Old Timers at 7, and the :
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Starke Stars take on Continental Connectors at 8:30.: At Pratt St. the Dazzlers Club Honors Fall- Winter Athletes IL
play Alligator Creek Ranch at 7 with Pleasant Grove challenging the Rowdies at Sports

8:30: L
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The Bradford High All Sports Club cafeteria crew; and there was plentyof sophomore Cathy Gillingham for the team period," Thomas said. "Vaundadid
an understaffed group of volunteer food, along with plenty of Jokes, JV.Coach super for her first year of basketball II I
Local Teams a Combined 5-6 parents, honored the cheerleaders! fellowship, and smiles to go around Inez Harvey was up next to and Mae did an outstanding job I
JV and varsity athletes and coaches One of the nice new twists brought in introduce her volleyball crew and she on the floor It was hard not to pick I
who participated in six Fall and this year were decorations providedby presented junior Hope Jackson with Tracy Hankerson for something. I )!
the BHS Art Club the Most Outstanding plaque and think she's going to be one of the
In Winter sports last week at the Fall- saluting each of
Umoires: G'ville Tire Wins Winter Sports Banquet at Starke the graduating senior athletes involved senior Terri Thomas with the Coaches outstanding" players in this area next ,
Elementarv. in Thursday's awards get- Most Valuable award. year. I i'
together. Girls basketball honors given by Mike Sexton gave four awards to -
Local teams were shut out of the top Brian Johns and "Tommy Wise had Most was customaryand Club officials Coach Jimmy Thomas went to Hope his boys varsity basketball team, and
four places but both Poor Boys and three hits. would say "why change a good The special awards went to 20 varsi- Jackson and senior Janet Williams, all went to underclassmen. Kerry
Waters Bulldozing & Excavating of The Starke club then waltzed past thing?": Letter jackets and awards ty athletes and cheerleaders. Co-MVP's; senior Vaunda Brown, Fisher was tabbed as Most Outstan- -
Starke went 2-2 and NAPA Auto Patts North Central Baptist Church J8-2 and were given to over 50 first-year varsity Chosen as Most Outstanding !Most Improved; and senior Mae ding, first-year junior Kevin Howe as
of Lake Butler was 1-2 in the Henry's 21-6 in five-inning, 15-run rule letter-winners; the menu was cheerleaders by sponsor Debra Hollis Best Defense. "Hope was not Most Improved sophomore Emmett
Gainesville Umpires Tournamentheld games. Tommy Wise was 4-for-4 with again the popular fried chicken plate Stephens were four year cheerleader only leading scorer but also leading Watkins as Best Defensive player,
at Westside Park in Gaine'svi'1"' "' homers, Danny McKinney 3-for-4 served up by Starke Elementary's Melissa Mayo on the varsity and rebounder and Janet just led our and junior Eddie Thompkins got the ,
last weekend. n four-baggers, and Wheeler v Sportsmanship plaque. '
3-for-4 with another homer while Coach George Loper labeled his two
Gainesville Tire won the event, tak Ricky Bennett and Ratliff added trot- Ceramics Classes cross-country units as the groups that
ing the measure of Hogtown Rollers shots in the win over the church team 3ELE1ia! (BmU(3T0( ( Still turned the cross-country program .
OpenThe
9-8 in the finale, with Coastal Fence of Wheeler, McKinney Larry Mercer, around at Bradford High aid spoke in I
Ocala finishing third and Wesley Wise, and Ratliff ((2-lor-2)) all added Wednesday morning ceramic anticipation of next year with not one
Methodist Church of Gainesville a home runs against Henry's and Fred classes taught by Lillie Ann Johns at senior on either the girls ((7-1 in dual I
surprising fourth. Tire escaped the Wheeler was 3-for-3. Wrestling Class Two other BHS wrestlers .i\enl to the Old Armory still have vacant meets, 8th of 19 at District) or boys ,
three local teams, all in very close Coastal I, a team Elder said "seemsto the tournament with former BUS spots. ((0-7 duals, 16th at District) squads. I
hallgames en route to its championship have our number" eliminated Starts TuesdayA coach Ronnie Harris and Edward Classes are from 9 a.m. to noon Timothy Gonzales, who cut his 3-mile II

Waters Sunday morning. "We held wrestling class for beginners aged Green. Larry Saucer won in the open- time from 28:18: to right at 20 minutes .
Jeff Williams of Tire carted off them in the third, fourth, and fifth innings seven-and-up starts Tuesday night ing round before losing twice and Bil- according to Loper was chosen as III!
another MVP trophy with outstanding ", but we didn't score," Elder April 7, and meets each Tuesday in ly Green lost both his bouts in the BUS Tennis TeamsAt Most Improved boy, with Gerald Ii
defense and nine home runs for the recalled. "We could have really done April and May at the Bradford High 23-pound class. District Now Gullion, who came on in midseasonand I
weekend.Of some damage but we didn't put them ran a team-best 18:20: was Most
gym The tennis teams at Bradford .
High '
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away The class Ronnie Harris 5 Tornado Batters Outstanding.
taught by
the local entries Poor Boys went The Wheeler brothers were a combined and coordinated by' Community School closed out their regular-,:* tsttopjUtetfrrls Tylfjutt', ru'1'1'! yUJHjen! :1 I
out last as the Raifordsponsoredcrew Are Around .400 seasons last weekend are-row invol-
5-for-7 in the loss. 1\1 t'utslan"'
) Education is to bed-tlmeoof 12:43: watt () -
except
playing together for the first For the tourney Fred Wheeler was those who participated open anyone on the Brad- Batting averages have slipped justa ed in the District Tournament which ding girl and the overall cross- .,
time this season, got its home run 5-for-6 while Tommy Wise a nd Donald ford High wrestling team this winter. bit after light-hitting games the last opened Wednesday in Gainesville and country captain, while ninthgraderCarol
game going for the first timesmack- Wheeler led the regulars with .706 Cost is $10, which can be paid at the two times out but BUS still has five continues through Saturday April 4. Fussell got the Most Improved !
15 out with Mains The BHS boys ended on the plus
Doug showingthe
ing and four homers I
batting averages first hitters hovering around the .400 honor. :
meeting Tuesday night.
with four (and a .622 side of .500 with a 6-1 win over Clay
way each. Katliff hit .643, McKinney ,563, Guest instructors will include mark. State champion weightlifter Bobby I
average). The Lake Butler league and Mercer .500. former assistant Thursday. That put BHS at 7-5 for the Martin was :selected as Outstanding ,
team held off 10-Plus number 2 11-10 NAPA ripped 10-Plos number 123-5 wrestling Wayne Shipman coach at, the Coast Guard Catcher Bill Goodge leads the club year, 5-5 against District opponents. Lifter by Coach Carlton Faulk while ,
Saturday morning as Mains and in its opener Friday night but then witn former Tornado with a .410 batting average after the Clay topped the Lady Tornadoes 5-2 to Mike Jordan, another state meet par- :; i
Lloyd Gilpin both collected three hits lost an eight-inning squeaker to Academy standouts,Alan along Montgomery and Erie Middleburg game but also into the400's sink the BUS girls to a 4-8 finish, 4-6 in ticipant, won the Coaches award: for i
and Mains and Brown smacked G'ville Tire 25-20 and was deflated by are Scott Hudson (.406)), and District play dedication. Both are seniors '
homers They then crunched Guinn'sof Wesley Methodist 30. Biggs Mark Williams (.400)) and Chuck Lake City-Columbia High breezedby Wrestling coaches Lanier Clyatt
High Springs 18-3 by the 15-run rule With Ronnie Polk poling four out in, Dominos ReceiveSportsmanship Johnson (.400)) and shortstoppitcherKenny both BUS units by 7-0 team scores and Cole Childers handed out eight I
to get a shot at Gainesville Tire Ran- five at bats NAPA clubbed eight Clark upped his average to 395 last Wednesday, prompting Bradford awards, all but one 'going to a -, I I
AwardThe
dall Thomas busted three homers with 3-for-5 the Bron- Coach describe both Lake '
in homers in the win over 10-Plus. Dick a night against to City sophomore or junior State tourney' ,
that game Brown and Randy Corbin Wheeler had two and Glen Kemp and Dominos of Starke won the cos. As a team the Tornadoes are hit- units as "tough! ". The Lake City qualifier Billy Green, a junior,, won ,,> I
added circuit clouts, and AI Chapman Harold Esford one each. Sportsmanship trophy from < last ting .285. teams, along with state power Outstanding Wrestler and Mps: >t.pins. ,, t,
smashed two, including a grandslamin Wheeler and Esford smacked two weekend's womens softball j to1rnament \ Other offensive cha rts show Goodge Gainesville High take the favorites c1)( ) Junior Lacry & \lIClI''shared ; ,.:,.
honors- i<
the bottom of the sixth that the leading in three RBI's role into district tournament '
put apiece against Tire Saturday after- held in Newberry categories: play. Die Most Pins 1:4',1: Award" md, ,,c
game away. noon and Polk added another but it The Dominos won two games and ((22), homers (3)), and sacrifices ((4)). In the win over Clay Craig Sapp, won' for:'Most Neap Falls: t29i) .andnoi
Saturdayafternoon Tire turned was a bases-loaded triple by BobDyalthat lost two in the tournament, with both He is second in hits ((16 tied with Eddie Winkler, Jay Herres, Jeff Most Reversals ((211.) Sophomore"( ,..,
back the ]locals 15-12. "We played was the key hit. The threebaggertied losses coming against the champion Johnson) and runs scored <((16)< ). Johnson, and Shane Johnson all won Mike McDuffie had !Most: Takedowns
ball'' Poor Boys manager Wilbur the game in the bottom of the Outlaws of Macclenny and one win Hudson leads in runs (19)( and walks as Bradford built an insurmountable ,tlKeqn/ ) th Bright was-vhosm as ID
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stressed of his club's loss to (14)), and is second in steals ((10). in ,
Rogers seventh and sent it into extra innings. coming against GainesvIlle'sChestnut 5-0 advantage singles. Stacey Den- Most Improved and senior, 'John ">
GT "I was proud of 'em" Thomaswas NAPA "didn't hit a lick," as Nipperput and Dorseys.McDuffie Clark is the leader in hits ((17), mark and Michelle Sapp copped the Powell was selected as.Unsuhg' '11(1'0.' *(
4-for-4 Steve Thomas had three it in the loss to Wesley. doubles ((3)), at bats ((43)) and stolen girls victories. ffH S.yP. f" fob Httr r

hits, and !Mains, Brown, and Jerry ...... .... 6th bases ((11)), and stands second in d.ol'.r., t. vobnoM
Blalock homered in the losing cause. Tourneys at Brooker RBI's ((12, tied with Johnson and nortl
Things didn't go so well the next In SE WrestlingMichael Williams). "' /
Kaiford :
time out though as Coastal, the old Next Weekend Pappas Accounting &
McDuffie, a sophomore at Williams is second in homers ((2)) to
Softball action will be in
Bellview Merchants ourfit set ,
with his 12 RBI's while Johnson
go ,
Bradford High School finished 6th in
Brooker and Raiford weekend rr
next
eliminated Poor Boys 15-6. Two ,
a field of 33 wrestlers in the 132 pound has 16 hits, 12 nibbles, and a second '
homers by Mains Brown's third April 1012.( high 40 at bats and 2 doubles. TAX '
division of Southeast SERVICE J
a regional
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roundtripper. and a 3-for-3 game by At Brooker will be the GainesvilleTire freestyle wrestling tournament in Scott Allen is hitting just .194 but ,
Blalock were highlights in the loss.Waters Women's Invitational with the .
Tenn. last .. has 10 runs batted in, fourth high.
got the toughest draw of the Dominos, Community Bank at Chattanooga, weekend. John P. Pappas
local entries, running into GainesvilleTire Starke and the Lawtey Slaves of the but that might not have been his big- Pitching stats show Allen ((3-1) and
right off the bat and losing a Starke league and Country Hub, 1st gest thrill of the weekend. Clark ((3-0)) leading in victories but Commercial and Individual
tight 18-16 contest. "We had seven er Christian Church, and Farmer's and The five-person group from Starke Goodge ((1-3) leading in earned run
rors in the outfield, that killed us," Dealers Bank of Union County expected that went to the freestyle tournament average at a stingy 185. Allen has INCOME TAX
Waters manager Dwight Elder noted. to compete for the title. Mac- took a sidetrip to Lookout Mountain, allowed just 16 hits in 30''.1: innings and
Two of the boots went for inside-the- clenny's Outlaws, Lake City Tenn and Michael proclaimed with a struck out 40. Clark has fanned 28 and 'Short and
park homers accounting for four Athletics] the Sluggers, and Pure wide smile "that was my first moun given up 13 hits in 17'/n' frames while Long Forms $5.00 & $10.00

runs Tire scored six times in the top Poison round out the field. Trophiesgo tain. Goodge has surrendered 27 hits and,. 32 YEARS
of the last to take an 18-11 lead but to the top three teams: In the tournament U.S.Wrestling K'd26in30',3.: EXPERIENCE IN

Waters came back to score five, four Raiford's tourney, hosted by Poor Federation regional that included As a team BHS has a 3.06 ERA. 'II. COMMERCIAL
with two out, before surrendering. Boys, will be for men's "B" class wrestlers from 10 states including ACCOUNTING
Donald Wheeler was 4-for-5 with ballclubs Interested teams can 6all wrestling-rich Iowa and Nebraska,
Waters only two homers (GT had 7)), Wilbur Rogers at home or at Poor McDuffie won three matches got a Aerobic DanceIs Full Service AccountingLocated
Bill Ratliff was a perfect 5-for-5, and Boys Grocer bye, and then lost twice to take sixth.
Two of his wins were by pin.The other 8-Week CourseThe
was close, as McDuffie, down 8 pointsto :. 118 S.: Court St.
. 12, scored four points on a souffle aerobic dance class taught Jimmy Moore's & Koch's
Jacksonville Team Wins Church Tourney slam move in the closing seconds that through the Starke Rec. Dept will Drugs

gave him a 12-12 tie and he won on last eight weeks starting April 14.
A Southside Estates Churchof Evangel Temple (16-14)), and the criteria because the souffle (a Registration will be held at the Mid-,
God strong team of Jacksonville swept Stars (16-9)( ) to make the finale shoulder throw) was the highest scor- die School gym prior to the April 14
through undefeated while the 16-18 The Stars played four, owning wins ing move of the match. 'first class. Earn Your High School' ,Diploma

year old Stars of Starke took third in over the other two Bradford clubs-
the Church of God Softball Invita- Calvary ((9-6)) and Kingsley Lake by taking the GED Tests. Applications "foe the GED Tests

tional weekend.played in Lake Butler last and((7-1))cracked. Tommy two Paladino homers went and a 7-for-12 tripleto 4t''.WK a Rg 2 'j".:' :/.:'x: ".'< >x{o 3' "<<3:' '<.---I.?2"7"4!'3 fM. sm',3 :s-,1.;I ,,,, ,,,,"if<. are being taken at the Bradford-Ur lon'.Area Vocational- '

Southside turned back Church of lead the 16-18 year olds. ,Archie TannerFuneralHome ". Technical Center. The deadline_ is .April jlO, 1981. Call
also :
God of Lake City 20-7 Saturday nightin Craig Sapp '
a championship game marred by a had seven hits, in 15 at bats, and slap- 964-6150 for information.

strange last-inning injury to a ped three extra-base knocks, and R
member of the Lake City club A Dwayne, Strickland was 7-for-14. Jim- f
Church of God outfielder collapsedwhile my Schoening was 6-for-13 with a tri finualthg gi EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED: ;
chasing a ball in the last inning ple, Eddie McGee was 4-for-ll and Archie M. Tanker ,
Mike Teston was 2-for-3 with a triple ,<
and whisked F -
final was "
of the
game All > April 20 21 ( ,
away from the field in an ambulance.'I Kingsley Lake got one win, 10.2over -- I:- &= : V April 22 23
called yesterday and they still the Latter Day Saints of Lake CI- ; ..

don't know exactly what happened," ty Friday night. Coolidge Gassett j, 1:00
tourney director Farelon McClellansaid busted two homers for KLB and Don- p.m. 6:30 p.m.
of the accident. ny Elder went 4-for-8. Dwayne 3:00 p.m. ., 8:15'p.m.: .
Southside drilled First Baptist of Hardee was 4-for-10 with a double and M i.<1,. .
Palatka 13-1, edged Evangel Templeof Kenneth Mott was 2for4. H'" 6:30 p.m.. April 24

Jacksonville 15-13, and turned back Leading Calvary which was 0-2, :}- 8:15 p.m. ,. '
the Stars 8-5 to reach the final. LC was Raymond Trainer with a 4-for-6 9:30, a.m.
Church of God lost to Eva ngel Temple' .weekend. Richard Slade and Jack Complete Modern Facilities .t- q -
10-2 in its but back with Randall Grif- f, > I '
opener fought Anderson were 3-for-S f
wins over Calvary Baptist of Starke fis and Gene Vanzant' 2-for-3. ,and Hwy 301 S. 964.5757 ?n ,: I :. .I'cost;t Examination:>> !, Is',$14.50Page '

(24-2)( Kincsley Lake Baptist ((14-9)), Marvin Griffis 2-for-4.

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April, 1981 TELEGRAPH Pa "


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AMENDED 32058, sole owner, doing the ComprehensiveLand ment of this proposed
ORDER OFSERVICE business under the firm Use Plan to provide ORDINANCE should ape J\etvs
ttU"U.U, i.*ft.maIN BYPUBLICATION name of WIDOWMAKER' that lands currently .: 'pear and be .heard at BradfordLnionRealtors

TURKEY CALLS, Rt. I I. Bol( zoned: ,RIA' and the time and place
The Court being advised 2O-A. Lawtey Fl. 32038 designated by the plan .prescribed.By .

THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Fl. 32091. sole by Plaintiff United Int.nd-to register said Single-Fomily, Very, Albert L. Crosby, Bradford-Union Board of Realtor Announce)

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL doing business und.r owner the, States service of America that fictitious name under the Low Density to b. Jr., Planning & Zoning Private Property Week and Contest
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN by publicationcould provisions of aforesaid BP
firm name of HAYES rezoned to and Official City of Stark.,
AND FOR BRADFORD ELECTRIC B AIR CONDI not be completedby statute. designated by the plan Florida Itchg 4/2. April 19 April 25

COUNTY FLORIDA. TION. 355 N. April 13. 1981. the Dated this 2nd day of Business Professional;

CIVIL ACTION Av., Stark. Fl Temple 32091 date set Order forth of In Serviceby thisCourrs April A.D.' 1981 in Brad the property of RobertC. The private property Improvement contest would consist of two categories, residential '
Cot No. 8.98.CA. intends ford County Florida 4/2, and: Agnes P.. Sapp will be divisionsone
to register sold Publication entered. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and commercial. Since the board covers two counties there two
In rei The (Marriage of 4tpd 4/23.:
EDWARD LEE COMBS. fictitious name under the on F.brllary.27. 1981 1698 Brocket Rd., FOR BRADFORD COUNTY for Bradford and one for Union Counties The reason that the Board sponsors this

Husband AND provisions of aforesaid hereby amends Its Order NOTICE OF Tucker, Ga 30084, to FLORIDA. contest is to remind our neighbors that" the right to own, transfer and use land is fundamental '

DOROTHY D. COMBS statute. as follows: INTENTIONTO wit: CIVIL ACTION to our free enterprise system and the only way to keep these essential private

WI,.. Dated this 12th day of This cause came to be REGISTER Commence at a point CASE NO. 81-11 property rights is to protect them.
75' South' of SE Cornerof
NOTICEOF March A.D. 1981 In heard upon the,verified FICTITIOUS Jackson and Water To be eligible to enter the contest you must have improved property sometime between
SUIT- Bradford County motion of Plaintiff for an NAME S.D.A. CORPORATION May, 1980 and have completed before April 30 1981. The Residential: entries
Florida. Sis for a POB, thence
3/12 4tpd 4/2. order for service by akaSOUTHERN and exterior. Commercial includes Interioror
,
NO PROPERTY \ East 120', thence South may consist of homes or apartments, interior
TO: DOROTHY D, IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF publication and It appearing Pursuant to Section 75' thence West 120'. DISCOUNT exterior Improvements. The winners of this contest will receive gifts from merchantsIn

COMBS 2019 Dennlston THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL that this action 86S.09 Florida Statutes, thence North 75' to COMPANY.. Bradford/Union area. So If you have made a change in your home or business In the

Av.nu., Roanok., CIRCUIT IN AND FOR enforcement has been brought of for Hen the notice Is hereby given POB. (Parcel located at Plaintiff, post year why not enter? All you need to do Is fill out your
BRADFORD COUNTY, a that the undersigned Water St vs
Virginia 24013 210 North ) Nome ---
against real property Richard JOE BROWN, et al
YOU ARE HEREBY FLORIDA. L. Beymer P.O. Each and Every Person ?
NOTIFIED that an action CIVIL ACTION situated within the Mid. Box 222 Stark. Fl. having an interest' Defendants Address ,- -
die District of Florida and
for Dissolution of mar. Co No. 81.IOSCA. described follows 32091 sole owner doing whatever In the enactment
a* : NOTICE OF
business
rlag has been fliedagaln.t In re: The Marriage of Lot 8, DENNY HEIGHTS ol under MR. the firm of this proposed SALENOTICE Phone Category _(commercial) (presidential)
name FIXIT. 403
Dorothy D. ORDINANCE ."ouldap.
you RONALD J.
OUELLETTE Commence at the NWcorner
,
W. Call St. Stark. Fl. .
,
Combs and you or. required Husband and LINDA L. of the SWV* of the 32091. Intends pear and be heard at i I is hereby Location of Property.Division u
'
to serve a copy of OUELLETTE WIf. SW'of Section 22, 0r.gl.t.r the time and place that
said fictitiousname given pursuant to
your written defenses. If NOTICEOF Township 6 South. Range under the provl- prescribed.A the Final Judgment (Int.ior/.t.rlor) .. -
any to It, on theplaintiff ACTIONTO 22 East Bradford County By Albert L. Crosby', entered In causenumbered
: RONALD J. and dons of aforesaid Jr., Planning & Zoning
attorney Florida run 8111, In the Mail entry to
whose name and address OUELLETTE, 174 Seacliff North 89 degrees and 40 statute.Dated. Official City of Starke, Circuit Court for Brad 221 W. Lafayette St.
this
5th
I I. Dudley P. Hardy Drive, Leamington. Ontario minutes East, 831.82 feet March. A.D. 1981 day of InStark. Florida. (UchQl4/2. ford County, Florida I Stark., Fla.

Esqulr., PI.rc. t Hardy" Canada to a point thence run. .. Florida. 3/12 will sell the property The out of area judges have been chosen by the board to select the winners in thISyear'l
P.A. P.O. Draw.r 1030. South 0 degrees, 47 PUBLIC NOTICE
YOU ARE NOTIFIED situated in Bradford
4tpd 4/2. be with to the time they will judge entryWho
contest They will in contact you as your
minutes 25 feet An ORDINANCE;;
Starke, Florida 32091. that a Petition for West to County, Florida,
and file the original with Dissolution of marriagehas point of beginning. Continue NOTICE OF amending the Comprehensive described as.: knows, you may be the 'lucky winner, and the winners'property will appear in The

the clerk of the above been filed againstyou South 0 degrees, 47 Land Use Bradford County Telegraph
tyled court on or and th.r. is a demand minutes West 175 feetto INTENTIONTO REGISTER Plan Element and Mop A parcel of land in the All entries should be presented with a before and after photo of any size, black &

b.for.. April 20. '"'. In the Petition that a point thence North FICTITIOUS of the City of Stark., E'/i of the NW/4 of theSE white or color, bearing entrants name, address and phone number on back of photo'

otherwise a judgmentmay the Court award that certain 89 degrees, 40 minutes NAME Florida In accordancewith '/ more particularly Deadline to enter Is April 30, 1981 .
be entered against property own.d by East 60.69 feet. Thence the local Government described as follows: All entries become the property of Bradford.Union Board of Realtors, Inc and no

you for the rellel* you and your wife, LINDA Northeasterly on the arc Pursuant to Section Comprehensive IV I acre lying North photos will be returned'
d.mand.d In th. com L. OUELLETTE as' of a curve 36.11 feet too 865.O9 Florida Statutes, Planning Act of 1975' ,as and West of Highway No Realtor or Realtor Assoc. or their Immediate family may enter

plaint or petition. tenants by the entirety point thence North 0 notice li hereby given provided for In Chapter 301 bounded on the The Bradford/Union Board of Realtors Issue a cordial Invitation to all local residents to

WITNESS my'hand and locat.d at Keystone degrees, 47 minutes that the undersigned, 163 of the Florida South by C. Chambers, observe Private Property Week and to participate In our contest.t .

the seal of this Court on Heights, Clay County East 84.99 feet thence RICHARD L. CRANE 607 Statutes and Chaptr2S 'on the West by Mack .... .".
March 16 1981. South 89 degrees, 40 Cod. of Ordinances, City .
Florida and more par. Melton Terrace, Stork.,. on the North' by MeCalsin
Gilb.rt S. Brown As ticulary described as: minutes West 89.5 feet. Fl. 32091 sole owner of Starke, Florida. ; and on the East
Clerk of the Court: By: Thence North 0 degrees doing business under the TO: All Citizens Taxpayers by Highway 301. all being
Marian McRoe. a* Deputy 47 minutes East 75 feet and other Interested ,
Lot 2. Block I and firm name of HOMEMAINTENANCE. in Section 32,
Clerk. Lot I II I, Block 3. SANDY thence South 89 degrees 607 persons Township 6 South
3/19 4tchg 4/9. SHORES M2 40 minutes West 2.41 You and each of you 22 Bradford
/ being Melton Terrace, Starke, Range East
recorded in Official/ feet to a point of beginn Fl. 32O9I intends to ore hereby and County, Florida, SUB
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Record Book 256, Page ing. All lying In Section register said fictitious herewith given noticeIn JECT TO a first lien in

ALACHUA COUNTY 347 lying and situate in 22, Township 6 South name under the provisions accordance with favor of General

CASE NO. 80-1453-CA- Section 10, Township 8. Range 22 East Bradford of aforesaid Florida Statutes and Finance.Corporation of
Dlv. H. County Florida City Ordinances City'of
Range 23, of the public statute. Florida. i
AMERICAN LUMBER A and it further appearingthat Stork., Florida, that
records of Clay County Dated tills 19th day of MANAGEMENT
HOME CENTER INC., Florida.to Defendant ElizabethV. March, A.D.' 1981 In the City Commission of at public sale, to the
etc. Plaintiff Jones cannot be served Starke, Florida has SEMINAR;
Bradford Florida. 3/19 highest bidder for cash. y
within the State of
v. your wife LINDA L. 4tpd 4/9. designated the City of at the front door of the
Florida, and that she has
DOYLE STARLING Starke Planning and
OUELLETTE, as a lump Bradford County Courthouse
d/b/a DOYLE STARLING sum as alimony and you not voluntarily appeared PUBLIC NOTICE Zoning Commission to in Starke,
.herein It is therefore
PLASTERING ; conduct a public hear.
are required to serve a An ORDINANCE Florida between the
Defendant. copy of your written ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: amending the Com ing at a regular hours of 11 :00 a.m. and
NOTICE OF defenses, if any to the 1 1. Defendant Elizabeth prehensiva Land Use meeting to be held at 1:00: p.m. on the 16th

SHERIFF'S SALE Petition on the petitioners V. Jones shall appear In Plan Element and Map 7:30: p.m. in the City' day of April 19BI.

NOTICE IS HEREBY attorney whose" this cause and plead to of the City of Stark.. Commission room, City GILBERT S. BROWN,
GIVEN that I I. Dolph E. name and address Is the complaint filed Florida In accordancewith Hall Stark., Florida. AS CLERK OF SAID

Reddish. Sheriff of 'Bradford Pierce & Hardy. P.A. herein on or before May the local Government on Tuesday April: 28. COURT.BY .

County. Florida P.O. Drawer 1030, 4. '1981; or in default Comprehensive 1981 and make a : Beulah Moody,,

und.r and by virtu. of a Stark., Bradford County thereof the Court shall Planning Act of 1975 as recommendation to 'the Deputy Clerk I'U'lured are: Susan .M. Faulkner, right.owner, EHA Faulkner Really 211 \\'.

Writ of Execution Florida 32091 and file proceed to judgment in provided for In Chapter City Commission, and 4/2 2tchg 4,9.CLASSIFIED. I.afa'elleSt.. Slaike. is bring Congratulated bj Jim Marshall. Kit.Vs National
heretofore Issued out of the original with the this cause to the extent 163 of the Florida the City Commissionwill Training Coordinator fur completing the iiiaiiam'mcnt program |held| in Oi Iando. -
the provided for by Section Statutes and 25 consider on Tuesday -
aboveentitledCourt Clerk of this Court either Chapter H.
th. abov. 1653, Title 28, United Code of May 5. 1981 at the -
In before service, on Peti Ordinances, CI. r JI 1f ,
styled cause. have levied tioner's attorney or Immediately States Code as If said ty of Stark., Florida.. same said place at 7:00 ERA BROKER COMPLETES

upon the following property thereafter on Defendant had been TO: All Citizens,'TaK' P.M. ,an Ordinancerelating'40 AD MANAGEMENT TRAINING SEMINAR
Deadline for Insertion
served with '
situate, lying and orbefor.April 13, '981, processwithin payers and other Interested :
In Bradford Coun the State of The rezoning of the TUESDAY NOON
being default will
ty. Florida to.wit: be otherwise entered a against'yau Florida. You and persons each of you following described preceding Thursday before ERA a nationwide,: home marketing service with more than 3.000 offices, has
,2. This order beVTHrMlshiO'd'1' and developed a four-day management training in which brokers
property amending :publication- unique program
4 (he relief demanded, ore hereby ..ond..r! .
.
Real'' property Ideated : ,,.'1' -"Si v..( fir' wvjf- herewith given ,noticein r 'tVe Comprehensive Minimum charge $2.50. develop skills in the selection and management of their sales associates.
It'l' '' Petition.
''
on HlghWay 223 north of This notice shall be newspaper of. general,, accordance with Land Use Plan to provide (Covert 15 Words). Brokers at the ERA Management Seminar further develop their skills in ol

Lawtey Florida about published once each circulation In Bradford Florida Statutes, and that lands currently Each word over 15 fenng the services provided by ERA through their sales associates Through

l'/4 miles past Highway week for four con-1 County, Florida: not less City Ordinances., City ofStark. zoned RIA and Is 10 cents management techniques, the sales associates more effectively present I the

301 on I.ft side of rood secutlve weeks In the than once each week for .. Florida that designated by the plan Nat responsible for errors Home Buyers Protection Plan and Home Sellers Protection two warranties!

going west; more particularly Bradford County six consecutive weeks the City Commission of Single-Family, Very when. given over the phoneor designed to cover the breakdown of major components of the home.
described as..h.WYa Telegraph prior to the return dote Stark. Florida has Low Density, to be when copy Is not typed Managers a Iso learn how to direct their sales associates to a more successful

of the SW% of th. Dated this 9th day of hereinabove DONE designated designated the City of rezoned to RP anddesignated and brought" to the office. L reer, using ERA'S National Relocation System which features (he ":\Jovingl.ItI'hinc"
AND ORDEREDat
and the NE'/4 of the
SE'/4 the
March 1981. Jacksonville Starke Planning and by plan ;: a photo-by-wire machine which enables prospective buyers to see
SE'/4 of the SWV4. except Florida R.I id.ntiaIProf.sslonal -h.
Gilbert S. Brown Zoning Commission la. si.\ of homes the in minutes.
this 1 11th day of March photos anywhere in country just six
on. ocr. In the NW core Clerk By : Marian conduct a public hear District; the property of
n.r 210' square; and also 1981. J.D. Griffis, P.O. Box
Clerk at ssi
McRa. as Deputy ing a regular ststsesea
the S'/i of the SE'/ of the //WiIIlam. Costogna, meeting to be held at 748. Lake Butler, FL .
SW/4, except the caster 3/124tchg4/2. United States District 32054, to wit: W.T :
7 30 in the
: pm. City .
Real
ly 326.1 feet, all of Section -. UNITED STATES DISTRICT Judge. Commission room City All of Block Four ((4)) 'fl'fIr'' ',.. Ralph Bryan Estate31OW.
22. Township 5 3/26 6tchg 4/30 of' J.M. Johns Subdivision
'
Hall Starke
COURT. MIDDLE- Florida 1.IflqotJ.. '-'
South Range 22 E. of as per plat thereof Call St. m
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE on Tuesday, April 28, ,
Bradford County, DIVI NOTICE OFINTENTION 1)81 and make a recorded in Plat Book l nOne ',1,.. ,,,,,
Florida of which Defendant SIGN, recommendation to the ((1)) Page Twelve1 ,J (Cor. US 30.. & Call St.) LJ3

Doyl. Starling owns' UNITED STATES OF TO REGISTER City Commission and ((12)). Deed Book .42 964-'fl7aa. ANYTIME, ._
,
an undivided one-half Interest .' FICTITIOUS the 12 (bounded'onthe "r.
as tenant In comas AMERICA.Plaintiffvs : NAME will consider City Commission on Tuesday West by Collay Rd. I t I' r .:" ,.1:," ? MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5 p.m. SATURDAY 9 12

mo" May S, 1981 at the on the East by PatraySt. Evenings and Sundays by appointment

BENNIE J. ,JONES. SR. Pursuant to Section same sold place at 7:00: ., on the North' by. .. Ralph P. Bryan REALTOR
of th.aboq. 865.09. Florida Statutes ., .
the property and ELIZABETH V.. "' '.M. an Ordinance Powell St, on the South I >
.-nam.d defendant JONES, his wife, i I.;'notice is hereby given elating' to: by Lee St) ., ., .FOR RENT Modern brick home, 3BR 2B. fam. rm..
,, and that on the Defendants. that the undersigned, The rezoning of the Each and Every Person fireplace, (330.00: mo.
13th day of April. 1981 Case No. 80-988-Civ-J- Lamar Williams: Rl,. I. following described having on interest

Monday at on. o'clock .WC .,, ..., '. _.. .. !Box 20-A Lawtay', FL property and amending whatever in the enact Ir' COUNTRY CLUB Like new 3 SR 2 Both Fam. Room with
on #orcr'day at the nor', r I r. .
fireplace, cent heat/air w/w carpet, closed garage,
thwast entrance of the -. ,,'," ':' "; .'\'.\ oJ. .. .J 't *. total
!! 1\\ \ $17,000 equity ft assume $50.000 mortgage at 13 ,
Bradford County Cour -. '" J I \ \
thO l .. I will offer for price 67000.

sale! and sell to the .t" ,to. '! 4'4i L REAL ESTATE;: BUYS BUYER
highest bidder for cash. ... .4'9 J 4% ASSUMMABLE MORTGAGE TO QUALIFIED on
41
this nearly new masonry home 4 bedrooms 1'/. baths .
the abov.*
in yfiond, .;., '"I *. .
described property as fireplace cent heat/air $41,000.

the property of the said V ..R. .", .3 ACRES |just out of city limits. Zoned for homes or

Defendant to satisfy sold I' .r mobile homes. $7,000.
t h s ,
Execution.
.r .'
BRADFORD COUNTY .-" f, :; .. MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost 1 acre In
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT ,, "' .r,..', town-3 BR 2 full baths Block home LR Fam. Rm. Cent.
.' "
Bradford County Jf tw 't iLr.: .. ,'I ERA' Heat/air Almost new stave Ref. S dishwasher -
Florida. $45.000..

3/194tchg4/9. FFBULKNEFSREHLTY 9645231BEAUTIFUL I

.MODERN BRICK HOME Just Inside City on I acre 1 BR -

RobertsReal SUNSETS come 2 Bath Fam. Rm. Fire Place Cent. Heat/air .sed

NOTICE OFINTENTION with) this Crosby lake lot,. garage I pecan trees Can pay equity and assume t '.

plenty of trees, good view Mtg. of appro $39,500. Total cost$49.900.''
TO REGISTER 9G4-5OB5' rll Estate of the lake $".700.

FICTITIOUS WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE 4 BR 2 Bath 24. 60 DW

NAME rdtf iilB FAMILY !LEASER.3 large Mobile Home Cent Heot/alr A wood burning heater.

Section a "'0'H ,221 Lafayette St. Across stem nism_ 964-7828 986 N... Temple bedrooms full baths, eat 'Dishwasher stove Ref. Good cond. 27700. Can
Pursuant to In kitchent acre lot assume existing. mtg. appx. $13.000.
863.09. Florida Statutes. Off Ice Space For Rent
$28
.500.
GEORGE ROBERTS -Broker
notice is h.r.by givent"Glt
Neet 2 BR Frame, Cor. lot Screened-ln front porch
the undersigned FOUR ACRES with new :3BR. 2B home.IN ASSOCIATES!
WM. E. STARNER. Rt. 3. Weekends end Evenings Call SMALL FARM Includes 2 elated In back porch. $22SOO.

Box 499. Stark., Fl. TOWN Several nice lots. !Richard Roberts 1e4-5S'S Ann Godwin. ,....5159 bedroom frame home and I

32091.: and H. MICHAEL otsy Silcox. ?.4.4S7' Non Heddln, *'''.S'''' approximately 6 acres of 'GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frame on 2 acres with pecan pear
MCLEOD. LAKE BUTLER.FL. THREE NICE ONI ACRE LOTS to cheese from. Out of townIn John R. Smith 964-6217 goad 'land $32.400. fig, citrus trees ream for another home or mobile
horn. and rent house Reduced to 25000.
faint owners, doing nice area. HOMES- STARKE3BR
business' under the firm ,. tO/xlOO. .kt Celllns PI.. NEW/BRICK 3 "bedroom 2
RoRiuwD 1.. urn go -
name of THE BUTCHER [ SIX ACRES lust off Hwy U West. .Frame home an 2 lets with warehouse-Walnut St. tile baths, carpet, central .2% acres 53,000.3 Acres $',000 Terms.
S. heat air drive and
BLOCK. Cor. paved
.
REMit IB, Block. Fenced 435 Plneweed Dr.
WaterSRIOO( ). and Stan- .., 1' TWO NICE HOMES |just off .....nt Read 3BR.. H'\' .. Block' nice 120 Seerlsig St. solar hot water heater .3 Acres B Up $3.000: A. Lawtey City Water and sidewalks'
bury Sis. Stark., Fl. $45,100. 12% down 10 ''/ % Int.
Phone 964.7700 : yrs.
3BM. 2.. 2100 sq. ".LA:.,... IV.A.. w/rnt. apts.IOOW.Frame .
32091 Intends to 393 N. Temple Avenue 15'/4 ACRES Hwy 100W beautiful brick veneer home. Has home, good) locatfen, 2M,3aVPark Place.
register said fictitious everything .. :,"* 16 ACRES wooded and on a SR230I S' ever fine strand of harvestable timber <
nom. und.r the provisions LOVERS )UT.O..10WN HOMES paved road has well < surveyed for f lot subdivision 22500.

of aforesaid Ideel HORSE area with barn 10 $400 DQWN Lot In town. WilDO1. 3BR, IB, Rim 21 acres, 3-eer ..,....M.L.. Starling Rd" septic tank $32.000, terms.

statute. farm haute .4BR, I.. frame large let, lake Butler ppro.. 20 acres US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded .
Dated this 19th day of ec. of pasture, .>3B. 2/ Stucco Fireplace. Ml South
2./0" wells. OUT OF TOWN |lust off 230.31., IB home under $30,000.: NOW LEASING-We have $3,000 per A. with t.rm..
March. A.D. 1981 In .large lot. 2 mobile homes Sampson lake M. .CO sq. feet of prime commercial .

Bradford Florida. 3/19 7/10 ACRE St. Rd. 14 10% ASSUMABLE MORTGAGI 3IR. I'/t bath. In nice .Beautiful. 4 BR.2B bdck..px. '10A-W. of lawtey.Freme building available, .20 Acres wooded pines $22.000 and $24.000 with
4tchg 4/9. East. No Improvements area. Fireplace. S ... 1.. ig.eetbidg..px l "Vt A.-Stern Rd. property fronts on Edwards terms.I .

NOTICE OFINTENTION .3 BR. IB, frame 1M! 75 Id. w/garage Hampton. Road n.xt..o Bradford I

3BR C. ILK HOME corner Apts.. Houses for rant Pool, f... S... 3B. Brkk-Country: Club ree.. Square. i Acre mobile Home lot $3.000.:
TO REGISTER .large. IA., 301.11-. 1001.
lot, laundry, work shop Klngsley lake. Rentals apprex.
FICTITIOUS and fireplace. ACDIAOI OUR INVENTORY IS LOW Wl HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL

NAME Property Management Services. .7 lie......2 trailer haole.....*.tt Crosby Lake Shores.lake Wl NEED LISTINGS!III I I ESTATE NEEDS.

Pursuant to Section PEE .WEE NURSERY with Appraisals Let Sampsen leke.Apprexlmetely .....u ua.; .,_..,_ Ali-DATQ1111G,

863.09.. Florida Statutes, state Inspected facilities Susan'M. Faulkner-REALTOR-944.5043 S oer.* In Lewtey A._. Terry A. Galnes-7i2-3'IB AFTER HOURS

notice is hereby given l.en.L. Faulkner, REALTOR-ASSOCIATS-V44-5143 .6 acres-Ofl SR233. Kay C. Waters-'64-441

that the .und.rsI nd. Vernle/ Ocl .... Broker Lucille Spry-BROKER SALESMAN e4B420.Sandra .'% acre Mobile Home let Weodland Acres. Eileen Stanley-473-3045 Lillian C. PearsonBrokerSalesman Novi Ward

Anthony R. H y s. 335 GRI Phone '44S47s.tynn W. Reddish SALESMAN.'203 .''Beautiful acres-Country .,...- Patsy Law.o-'U.27 Broker/Salesman
N. Temple Ave.. Storite. Davis,' Salesmen James .. Reddish SALESMAN-431-1203 ..Nice lot Country Club. Corner of U.S. 301 South Office Manager 4-7454
..64.53"LEGMS
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12A TELEGRAPH : ,,April 2.1981


BITS Boys Just" Miss'' litGriffis BHS Baseball
\',>-1 : > ')f! i; '
'i it 1.fti.I.; .6"1 ,'W .. : .", ..,. ,;. :


Scores 18 Pts. Middlebiirg Broncos Upset Tornadoes 64Editor's



' ( note: BIIS batting and pit
as Lady Tornadoes ching leaders are listed In Sports
Briefs pg. IDA)

Last Friday night's Bradford High
Middleburg baseball meeting was the
Win Track MeetBehind
Tornadoes game to win.
BHS had a lead of 4-2 with just two I I
innings to go and then, after the first- 4 j jM
i
an 18-point performance by year Broncos sent the game into extra ,
Tyffany Griffis the Lady Tornadoeswon a. Innings,Bradford left the winning run
comfortably while the BHS boys in the person of Chuck Johnson on
missed by a sctint four points of winn- third in the ninth and stranded Kenny
ing in a three-way track meet held in Clark after a two-out single in the
Green Cove Friday.
Springs
tenth.
.,,
Bradford's girls scored 84 points to Finally in the eleventh the Broncos 1, r a

outdistance Clay ((60)) and St. who expressed fear of getting blown I

Augustine ((46)). out before the game, took it upon
The boys portion came down to final themselves to end the game, scoringon I
event of the day, the mile relay, with a two-out double to centerfield to r.a ,
BUS needing a win to tie St. Augustinewith : d

62 points. The Tornadoes ran win.BHS couldn't answer, though {
Clay High's foursome to the wire,fail- Johnson again reached, this time on .1'
ing to win by less than a second with an error, before yielding first to i If
their best time of the year, 3361.: Ricky Sullivan on a fielder's choice. ):;d:1 ;

"It\ went right down to the wire," Losing pitcher Scott Allen flew out to
Boys Coach Rick Stephens noted. center to end the game, thus snapping
"Steve (Steve Marks, the BHS anchor Bradford's winning streak at four,
man who ran a 51.5 leg to make up dipping the Tornadoes season log to
ground on the Blue Devils) stayed 8-4, and putting the first blemish on
back and cut his stride on the curve Allen's mound mark (now 3-1).
and then couldn't quite catch the guy "We're still just inconsistent," BHS
on the straightaway. If he'd have Coach Mike Hartley shrugged Tues

gone on around him on the curve I day. The Tornadoes scored four timesin .
------------- --- ---
think Steve would have had him. But the fifth Thursday but put 10
Hudson Beats Out Another Hit
that's just the second time he's run a J' gooseggs on. the board otherwise so
440." 2. hitting, or the lack of it, is what Speedy Scott Hudson of BIIS, currently second on the Hudson Is batting .406. second only to Hill Cootl/.(f's .110
The BHS girls didn't have to rely on _:-s9a.ta bothered Hartley the most. "We've BIIS batting average charts, beats out more than his share mark and Is second on the club in steals with I 1(1(I to Kenny

last-event heroics, but the closing got a long way to go. Counting the or infield hits. Here he turns a grounder Into a hit against Clark's II thefts

mile relay was the highlight of the J Macclenny game we've had 8 hits in Buchholz. ,
easy win. The foursome of Pam like 57 at bats. That's about a .135 bat

Hawkins, Kim Slocum, Shiela Searcy, ting average. We're lucky to be 1.1 (in in seven days is on tap. The Tornadoes That series will both test the Tornado four of the five games (all but
and Louette Smith busted the old BHS the: two games) after hitting like that. were to visit Eastside Wednes- pitching staff, which is scheduled Keystone) being district encounters.
school record by better than three Of course we hit some balls against day afternoon; host North Marion at 6 to go Alien-Sparks-Clark-Allen- "If we can win the first two we'll be
seconds with a 4:15.9 clocking that included Fast Freshman Middleburg where they made some p.m. tonight, Thursday, April 2; visit Clark,and clear up the District 5-AAA 5-2 going into Buchholz," Hartley
a swift 61.8 leg by Searcy in Pam Hawkins may be only a pretty good plays but that's part of it. Keystone Friday night; play at home picture. BHS is now 3-2 in 5-AAA play noted.
her first competitive quarter mile. freshman at BIIS but she proved she Buchholz and and either the of ..,
BHS hopes to jump out early often against Monday night; can move up to top Mlddl | 002 OX I 100 02 4 9 2
Hawkins led off at 61.9 but Smith,who could stay with the best in two top- this week, as a stretch of five games then go to Santa Fe Tuesday night. the stack or fall by the wayside with ........c.. &>0 040 000 00 4 4 3
has the school open 4-10\ record of 59.9, flight invitational recently. Pam was
anchored in just 64.9 so Girls Coach fifth in the Lady Gator Relays 200
Buddy Revels looks for the school meter dash and last week took third in
mark to slide down further before the both the 100 and 200 meter sprints at J

season is over. the Womans Classic in Jacksonville.Most !

"I 1 told 'em before the race they

could run 4:13: and should get below ;.-. .
4.17 so they hit middle ground" of the top runners in the '.., ''. .

Revels said of the record run. "We Jacksonville area were on hand. ; ,;. .
can go down to 4:10.: V ) .
,; : ',
,
Griffis won the mile, 2-mile, and TI.M..t.t a..e c... i V I "
high jump and was second in the 880 Olrin.......,.. 14.Cl.,40. It. Aug.4* "'. :
to score the bulk of the Lady Tornadoes Imitat OHS pl.l .... .. .
..
points in the easy win. Dawn loom 1H. II Dawn Cernyer IBHSi 1&&. loom .J 1) ."
Cernyer added wins in both hurdles ....h.1I) Pam Hawkins IBHS) 12 4.II Shiela Searcy .
BHS I 12.B. Loan *.ih-. 1) Louelle Smith (BHS) '
Smith the 880 and Renee ...... "
won 440. ,
'lit'
Jtl"
63 3. 3) Kim Slocum C IBHS)68 8. 41 Carol Fussell '
Shipman scored in three events, and (BHS 7J.4. e' )'\61,,,.
2nd and 3rd in the .
Searcy was
sprints.
MOmlH-1)O) nC.rn,.r('Ml)"... MilelT) >flany ,
Also Erma Ha mm pushed her shot
Griffis (BHSi &-197. 2)) Renee Shipman
put best up to 29-7 and took 4th in the IBHS)7:1I,3): ) Kim Cohen (BUS) 7:19: 3. loo.ii. 1) .. .
discus. Louelle Smith (BHSl 2:47.4.: 2)) Tyffany Griffis .'
I BHS 2:50: 3.31)Carol Fussell BHSl 3:034:: : loom- '
"I 1 gambled a little bit,"" Revels 21 Pam. Hawkim (BHS 261, 3) Shiela, Searcy y.\.\.,,. ,
said. "We scratched the 440 and mile I BHSl.lMil .' '
-
medley relays (which garner 10 .- II Tyffany Cnffii BHS 14 06,2) Hence : .
points to the winner) and ran for the Shipman (BHS 1S.-46 MM. '.!.?. 1) Bradford /\A '. "1'1 I
individual events ((5 points for first) 4.15 (Hawkins &1.1. Slocum 67.4. Searcy 61.7.
Smith school record, broke old mark of
64 9) (new
and it paid off. Y
4:199' run In 1979) shot Put4i' Dawn Cernyer + MGmf1aRd3
(BHSl. 29-7'n' 51 Erma Hamm (BHSl 297.
The boys mile medley team cruisedto
a best time of 3:47.4: as anchor man DiicuiSi Erma Hamm I IBHSI) High Jung, 11Tyffany
Griffis (BUS) 46. Ung Jump4), ) Louelle
Curtis Jones brought the baton home Smith 14.6.6.y" .
with a 2:07: 880 lpg Marks, Eric Lane
and Ronald Davis rounded out that
.II.Aug- ''. Cl.,M.IracHord 39Nis
team. PI...,.
Mit.Mwll.yrl..,. II.Bradford 3:47: 4(Marks 6,
Marks also won the 100 meters and Lane 23 5. Davis, 83 3.C Jones 2'07 01. Mil. '.1.,. .
2) Bradford 3:361: i For I,is 54 3. Lane 56 1, Davis
long jump; Kenny Wright scored 13
33 5,Marks 51 5) 30 Mur.il.-2) Kenny Wright, IB)
points in four events; and Larry Long 187,3)) Tony HIIIB' 19 a. 41 Willie Hill(Bl 197. GET A
took two thirds.Hawkins ,_. D Steve Marks I B) FREEISL

Mil.. 31 Larry Long (IB 5 12 440. 2)) Ronald
Davis 55 1.41 Don Portia 58 8. 110 Hudl..31. Kenny .
Smith Wright47 3 ooo.3)Larry Long 2.19 220.41 '
Kenneth Bright IBi 257.
Win Awards at / >
U.( Jump. II Steve Marks IB I ) 20-4( IMII.2)) :
'Woman's Classic' Curtis Jones IB) II 27. 3) Gerald Gullion IB ( ;..,,-'
1200. She P.... II) Kenny Wright' ('BI 420... 31) BIG MItG -: -.'
Lady Tornadoes Pam Hawkins and Stanley Clark (IB 39-2. Dixuc 2) Kenny Wrighl ..:

Louetle Smith brought home trophies tai 1032. .. ; .;
from the Woman's Classic II meet Womin Cloiilc II .,
held at Bishop Kenny in Jacksonvillelast A.IIh..KwinyBHS '
Wednesday night. pl.c.n 1.v ftt Mlnnvrs '
tog M...n1) Michelle Hicks (Lee 122 21) : ;
Crawford(Raines) 12 3,3)PAM HAWKINS(BUS
Hawkins, just a freshman, placed 124. ;)
third in both the 100 and 200 meter
sprints with times of 12.4 and 26.8. 200_or.. II) Hicks I Lee) 298, 2) Pal he TaylorI SANDWICH
HAWKINS I BIIS126) 8.
I Inlerlachen 28.3.31 1 PAM
Smith a junior, was off her school
400 meters record of 59.7 but still plac- 400 M...... It Jinny' Jones IBolles) 589. 41'
ed fourth in 61.6. LOUETTE SMITH (BHSl 61 6.






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Betty Nettles "Best Over-All" In Needlework 1 DivisionBetty




Nettles of Bradford County 'IIILDREN'S OR Ladies SluckN/Shorlm/ 1)) Joan Mowry; I'ol Hnldere:2)) Betty Nettles and Mary Sullivan ADLI.T 1)) Gofl/.nian.
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sweepstakesribbon ; IIABYGAKMENTSBaby ; Faye Crouse and! Lenorah 2)) Betty Nolles.
StuffednimalH & Dull: II Ronnie
in the Needlework Division at Hildebrand; 31) Peggy Crawford
drvNHtSUulie) Craig.
Padgett WoudrurtimcOITII: I II) Tom
/ King; 2)) Faye Crouse 31) Allison Ililliard.
the 1981 Bradford County Fair. (;irl'H Dr MII(2.6<( yearifcDJanice) ) Got: Ladies Skirl: 11) Betty Hildebrand and Article of Merit: 2)) Linnie Mosey. Pearce; 2)) Mike Griffis; 31) Brenda Griffin. / :
She won the competition with some man and Cheryl Vanderboegh; 2)Julie) Lucille Godwin: 2))Joan Mowry; 3)) Peggy :Macrame: YOITII 1 11 Jerry IiHl'lIuDlnuH: : YOITII llSandniCauley. )

fancy needlework on her little niece's Padgett Crawford and Karen Kapellen KNITTING: Wadsworth. ADt'LT II Ruby Horsey.; 21) Nina Hutchins3i;: ) Ruth UIrley.[
crocheted dress. Mrs. Nettles said liirl'H Dress ((7.11 rurHlJoan: ) Mow y Ladies !Illouse: 11) Betty Hildebrand and
Uub'n Cap. Booties,
plans are for the dress to become a I'lajHuU ((2-1 oars:2)Camille): ) WhitakBuy's er' Joan Mowry;2))Janice Goetzman, Lucille Sweater 1)) Lola Johnson Sacque or
hi Tilly heirloom. She even enlargedthe Godwin and Camille Whitaker; 3>Feggy
Pantsuit (2-6>r ):2)Janiee) Goetz: AfKhttnH, <;eneral:2: )Rulh Darley SlJoy)
pattern so that it could be worn by manII"y's Crawford and Marceline Goolsby. Fresh Frozen
Starling Hamburger
her niece for a longer period of time. Shirt. ((2.6 ynl) >Betty Brunch Cital: 3)) Peggy Reichert. ,
Ribbon winners in needlework on Hildebrand Jacket: 11) Camille Whitaker; 31Julie knitting( Specialty Stitches: II) Burney Steaks Baking Hens

display at the county fair this week t'hild'M SU'cpwcur:2)Betty) Hildebrand I Padgett Winkler First Cut

are listed: below. 1)) means a blue ribbon CROCHET: Ladies Coat: 21 Camille Whitaker Vest: 1)) Marceline Goolsby; 31Bobbie 16.5 OZ. 69 Pork
Chops
2)) a red ribbon, and 3) a white iiaby'it ('lip, BuotieH, Sacquv or' Man's Shirt: 1)) Joan Mowry; 2)Peggy) Wike and Ruth Darley $ Lb.
ribbon. Reichert Shawls: DVerna) Schmidt 595 5 Lb. Average 5 Lbs.
Sweater: 11) Lola( Johnson and LeonorahCraig
Mine.: 2)) Joan Mowry; 31> Peggy Article of Merit: ZIBobbie) Wike

;; Baby; 3)Joy)Set( : II Starling Faye Crouse Crawford ARTS CRAFTS: $549

!, :! 'fffl' Sweater (Woman'iO): 2)) Ada Reddish; 31,I Lingerie: 11 Betty Hildebrand; 21) Oil Paintings: 1)) Bev. Mathews and

I : ;. 1 1fIt. Nancy Baker and Peggy Crawford Lucille Godwin. Ricky SullivanYouth( ); 2)) Michael Jordan
Kobe: II)) Janice Goetzman and Lucille
Mun'tf 1)) (Youth) and ,
: .. Sweater: Darlene D. Bale Godwin.d June McKenzie; 3)) Donna r >, r r
'1ft .. Drew: 1)) Betty Nettles Peeples. WholeFRYERS
I I Afghan-General: 1))Darleen D. Ball an I MISCKM.ANEOUS; : Yarn: OLTII: II) Amy Starling; 2)) Chicken
!i. : Lin Massey; 2)Terry) Gnffis. Amy Smith) Liquid Embroidery: : 11) Clarice Tammy Peeples; 3)) Elaine Howard.
Linda Griffis, Clarice Stephens and I Stephens. Yarn: ADULT 1)) Susan McClellan;21) Thighs or Wings

Susan Talcott; 3)) Bobbie Wike Kris hugs; II Carol Vale and Lillian Faye Crouse; 3)) Paulette Cooper. 3595
Anderson Lillian Fulglum Fulghum; 21) Darlene D. Ball; 3)) Linda Needlepoint: YOUTH 1)) Lynnette $ 40
Specially Crochet Afghan: 1)) Linda Griffis and Vertis Shirley. Hamilton; 2)) Tammy Peeples. s lb. sox BY TIE USE

t Griffis, Louise Harden and Joy Starling; \rliclt of Merit: 21 Joy Starling and Needlepoint: ADULT 1)) Bonnie King;
2)) Rosa Moore and Betty Nettles I>; Darlene Gibson; 3)) Linda Griffis. 2//> Vertis Shirley; 31) Muriel Gilhooley. r ''r
Honorable Mention: Donna Chilson Dccoupage: YOUTH 1)) Charlotte -4(Ibs. Bones, 4ibs.

Baby Afghan: 1)) Sandra Garrison; 21) I>II.I.OWSt'dl'polnt Kapellen. Delmonlcos or

Linn Masey \ : 2)) Ada Reddish and Kelly Charcoal: I 1) Bev. Mathews; 2)) Ida 4 Ibs. Rib
Poncho: 1)) Burney Winkler Cason. Brown. -4 Ibs. T-Bones 4 IDS. Eye Steak

Bedspread: 1)) Lillian Fulghum Fabric:: 3)) Ruby Hersey Brenda Griffis Pen or IenellLTII: 1))Roland Coleman Delmonlcos or Slbs. Hamburger
Shawl: 2)) Bobbie Wike .and Mary Lou Peeples. ; 21) James Dewberry; 3)) Jay dibs.) Rib Steaks
s Article of Merit: 1)) Joanne Fill, Susan Rodgers.
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1))
:! Steak _
Betty Nettles; 21) Eye
5 lbs. Hot Dogs orS
McClellan.! and Lillian Fulglum; 21 I Maude Fields Joanne Fill! and Louise Pen or Pencil: ADULT: DKathy) Per- Ibs. Hamburger
J j e Darleen D. Ball and Sandra Garrison; 3)) Harden; 3) Terry Griffis and Janice rinne, 21) Bev Mathews; 3)) Ida Brown. Steaks Smoked Sausage
r fry Ruby Henry and Linda Griffis Goetzman. I Pastel &: Water Colors and Chalk: Slbs. whole LoinS
Ibs. Chlx
legs or ,
GARMENTSLadies' YOUTH: Pork Chops
: 1)) Jerry Wadsworth; 2)) Karen
House Drciw) Lucille Godwin Breast '6 Ibs. Extra Lean
: Kapellan. ADULT
ii.\M: I>II.SMIHl.t'lhlnt.ous ( : 1)) Jane McKenzie; 2))
2)) Peggy Crawford: 3)> Betty }IildebrandLadies -5 Ids. Whole Loin Ground Beef
: II Burney Winkler'and Paulette Cooper; 3)) Bev Mathews.
Street Dr -sHII Janice Goetz Pork Chops
Lillian '10 Ibs. ChlA LegS or
Fulghum; 31) Peggy Crawford.MNK.NS .
man and Joan Mowry; 2)) Lucille Godwin: W odburning: YOUTH 1)) Andy Frey. Slbs. Hot Dogs or Breast
3)) Julie Crawford. Mosaics: YOUTH 1)) Perry Sullivan
Padgett. Peggy/ / : : Smoked Sausage .3 Ibs. Bacon
III.
Camille Whitaker and Bonnie King. Luncheon Set: 3)) Muriel -1 pkg. Vegetables Slbs.,
rr Gilhooly.( French Fries
Nelllv
y Ladies Lung Dress 1)) s: YOUTH -1)) Tammy Peeples.
Janice
: Goetz
-.... .,. Place flats| : 2)) Kathi Clemons; 3)) Lola ADILTS -2 pkg. vegetables
,.-- ',., ., man; 31) Bernice Baldree Johnson and Ruth Darley. 1)) Nancy Macauley; 2)) Kathy
':.:'. '.,: Ladies 2-pc. Ensemble: 1)) Fay Crouse PilloHcuiu'H Perrinne: 31) Joanne Fili and Louise 95
: 2)|
Peggy Crawford. $36
Harden (Tied)I.
: and Joan Mowry 2)) Lucille Godwin.
3 ; Juills: II Ruby Hersey 2) Linnie
$5495
; ; Ceramics (stained) YOUTH
Camille Whitaker and Nancy Bradley; 3) : I 1)) Wm.
... Mosey and Eunice Myers 31) Minnie Red
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[ Sanders
21)
::; Julie Padgett and Peggy Crawford. ding. ; Jerry Wadsworth; 31) Joy
Ladies :3-pc Ensemble: 2)) Janice Goetz Carlton.
Baby quilt) 1))
: Dorothy McPherson
; 31) Ceramics
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(glazed) YOUTH
man; 3)Julie) Padgett Linnie Mosev. : 1)) Joel
Pantsuit: 1)) Betty Hildebrand Stalnaker; 21) Elaine Howard; 3) Ricky

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I. Mrs. aaridi Hazen Winner 'ol Horticulture Division 1035 S.E. 4th St. and N.W. 6th Ave. & N.W. 1st St.


..... 377-7800 Gainesville 377-7000

;: ,,;....'- A garden dish entered-by-Sandi MiurtUano..nitv: .,* <*.> ...+> ,,,.. ... -- ,,'I.I1..i"::' .. ;, ".. .;., .,* -.-.-.-. Fern: HOURS am 5:30: pm Mon.-ThUf.
(Mrs. Ralph) Hazen of Lake Butler Toplaryi/ 1)) Cascade .. "
Fay Swisher ,
McKenzie. ; 31) Ken ': Special Mention: Jane Kir- PulypodiumliJane: Kirchaine and Fay Fri. 9 am 6 pm
was judged the (top plant arrange- ment in the horticulture competitor) TrrrariumH Swisher; 21) Ken McKenzie; 3)) Fay Sat. 9 am 1 pm
Swisher Angel Swisher and Norma Col
;it the Bradford County Fair. Small: 2) Tummy Dulkcom.Kalenrhoe Flower Arranging eman.HpuraxuH. '
:Mrs. lla/en had (the
top plant of 220
Centerpiece: 2)) Tammy Tatum.
entered in the fair : Martha)) Smith; al .
Ribbon winners in the horticulture Correctional. Lawtey Misc. Arrangement: II) Donna Gardner. Jane\ Kirchlint'Kern and: 1))Walter Nancy Macauley.Macaulay; 31> .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

competition are listed 1)) means a Euphordia (Crown of Thorna): 1)) Linda
blue 1'1 boon, 2)) a ,red ribbon, and 3)) awhile Bedell 121( >; 2)) Nancy Macauley. Lawtey DoHlon II)
Dish ; Nancy
ribbon. Correctional and Don Garden: II) Sandy Hazen (Best in Macauley (Best in
MiHf.-Cuclus: II) Mike Hallgren.Porter Dianne Class). Ralph H zen(2l( ; 3)) Rita Guida and Class; :21,!) Nancy Macauley.
Edna Norton.
Non-Flowering House Plants Westcott Ken McKenzie, Linda Bedell. hanging Ha..krlH. : 21) Nancy Macauley.

:Norfolk Inland Pine: 3))) Don Hallgran. Lawtey CorrectionaKBest( in Class);; 21>
I Dumb Cane: 2)) Lawtey Correctional. Donna Gardner Nancy Macaulay Walt

Dracaena: 1)) Dianne Westcott:; 2)) Rita Westcott(2l( ), Ken McKenzie Bobby Just :30 Minnies hamcj7Y
Guida and Lawtey Correctional; 31r.llwtey ) Westcott. Edna Norton(2)( ) Barbara Away
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Correctional. Rasnick Hilton Coleman(2)( ) and Rita On SR 21 and
KlngsUy
I'ilfa: II Donna Gardner and Lawtey Guida; 3)) Joanne Fontaine Dianne t\ W\I\'
Correctional; 3)) Lawtey Correctional. Westcott and Fred Dobbins. \\\-l\\1' .
.
IVppvromia) Dianne Westcott Edna Misc. Succulent: I 1)) Nancy Macauley,
Norton(2)( ) and Lawtey Correctional; 2)) Nancy Bedell. Linda Bedell Dianne
Linda Bedell and Lawtey Correctional.3;; Westcott. Linda Bedell and Lawtey Correctional '
Martha Smith.I'hiludendron. ; 2)) Nancy Macauley YOUTH Promy
: II) Ken McKenzie and Jeff Moore; 3)) Ken McKenzie Edna Norton :

Lawtey CorrectionaHBest( in Clan): 2)) Dianne Wettcott. Nancy Bedell and r
Lawtey Correctional; 3)) Joanne Fontaineand YOUTH, Andy Frey. !
Jane Kirchaine. Opunlla (I'ricklo l Pear): 1 II> Jane Kin i

.\rniv.hfud or Emerald: Velvet chaine. Norma C lemanl2( >, Hobby Dress
Sn<>K nium: 2)) Rita Guida. Westcott and Lawtey Correctional; 21) The j7Y
Piilhi.M (Dnil'H Ivy): 1)) Dianne Barbara Rasnick Dianne Westcott(2)( ),
Westeott; 31) Lena Daugherty and Dianne and Edna Norton.
Westcott. CraxMula: II) Fay Swi.her(2l( ) and BridalBoutique
C'oll'us| : 21) Fay Swisher Ken Street and YOUTH- Angel Swisher; 2)) Dianne
Lawtey Correctionall2l.) Westcott and Lawtey Correctional : of
Miscellaneous: INancy Macauley, YOUTH- Angel Swisher.
Jane Kirchaine. Hilton) Coleman and Barrel m Ball Cactus: II Fay Complete "
Dave Newsome(2)( ): 2)) Edna Norton. SwUher)< >, Dianne Westcott(2)(:,!), Tammy Orange Park "

Hilton/ Coleman, Fred Dobbins(2)( ) and Boree, Walt Wcstcott Edna Norton, Selection Capture Those
Winston Walker; 3)YOUTH-Jeff) Lawtey Correctional and YOUTH Jeff II. '
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Moore; ADULTJane Kirchaine, Joy Moore; 21) Edna Norton Luwtey Correctional of Prom 1 : Special Moods &
::
Norton Lawtey Correclional(2l.Sihcffirlira ( and Hilton Coleman. Expressions On Our 88C
: 2)) Dianne Westcott. Dresses For :: DoubleImageFramagic

Siinsvvcria: 1))) Walt Westcott;; 2)) Hanging liuxkvt i ':: Portraits
Dianne Westcott and Lawtey Correctional ('Mor 'ph>lum (Spider Plants): II Rita That Special m BxlOONLY
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; 3)) Dianne Westcott. Guida.Trudincanillii.

1'iinXail Palm: II Dunne! Westcott and (Wandering( Ji-'''): II) Nan- Occasion ::: ONE "FRAMAGIC" PORTRAIT PER

Lawtey Correctional. cy Macauley(2( >. Lawtey Corrcctional(2l.( ) s ::: CUSTOMER. Additional will
portraits be
-I'ulmNi: 2)) Lawtey Correctional(2( >; 31) and Walter Macaulay; 31) Norma Col- Mitchell'sTuxedo ::; available on selection
Edna Norton.F'Inweringllouxeplantx. cman. your of scenic
::: and
color backgrounds with no
Cactus ; ; i
& (Succulents
::: obligation. We'll
select All
floe poses. ages
5 : YOUTH-> Mark King/ ; ::: welcome.
:
;:' ADULT-) Bonnie t.I Rentals
SIIlntpliuIiIiSfrit'lin( VioU'ls): II Jane King. \
Mt'Kt'nzi"121.) ,. and. Ken McKenzie; 21> Don Hn.nu'liad: 2)) Lawtey Correctionall2( I : : 88e per si tting. Backgrounds may
and Hilton Coleman. Also : :
H.llIlrllnI21.( I : occasionally change. Remember,
:: Begonias: 21 Barbara Rasnick; 31) Edna: ('l1ri tmaH Cactus: II) Donna Gardner;2)) t ::: children must be accompanied by a

:Oort"n.llIrthu- : Smith' and Bonnie King.Fpirla Tnnna Gardner; 31) Martha Todd. ,: Available ::: parent. Satisfaction always or your
: :Hi) Ken MrKvn/iv.
: MisrvlliinciiuN: IIIJnd.i Bed'elf
(First In money cheerfully refunded.
Orchid: :31 Bonnie Wood. Class) and Joanne Fontaine; 21) Donna
Mis.-rllani'i.us: II I) YOUTHCindy Gardner, l.ind.i Bedell. Rita Guida and
', ADl'I.T-' |l Rita Guidu(2l( ) Joanne
Frey ; Dianne Westcott; 3))) Jane Kirchaine.: Barbara
Fontaine, and Nancy MacaulcylBest in Rasnick. Fay wisher, Mike Porter P Back
Cl.nii; 21 Waller :Macuuley, Lawtey Cor- Lawtey Correctional. Hilton ColemnnOl.( )
rfftion.iH2l( Donnie King and Andy Frey; l'hrteanTnusSaediahlsy(
): 1 l' Dinnne
!II i> J.tni Kirchaine, Ken McKenzie. Wcstcolt 2) in Sim&RS
; Lawtey Correctional!; ;:11 l
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=1 A licensed practical nurse:Ili'l! 1 I!t P/f(fortit'"ia.t former'Assistant State uI Afctor&eyfla .- 'tha' ('be'" went to the Martin trailer" and she didn't see her niece's pocketbook Thc-lina Martin. Jimmy's mother sentence Mrs. Martin to life in prison.
ly employed at the hos ;; ,Jacksonville stated he will found Mrs. Martin holding her husband but just testified what Mrs. Martin tesIlIH.'d I thni! Mrs Minor culled her After he adjudged her her
and Lake Butler was fou ) I!, base his appeal for a new trial on insufficient in her arms. Taylor stated Jim told her.Three. to find out when- .//IIUIII) was, and she knees buckled and she fainted guilty and
I seven man-five woman ct cL-, coliv h':I.. ? evidence presented b.y the my'Martin was on the ground with crime lab experts from the testified she told her d.HJ hler-in.law was caught by her attorney who carried
jury of murdering her hiMMufd J ., .l i state. blood, coming from his.np? e,: and. Florida Department of Law Enforcement : that Jimiin was at (the :iui Lounge. her into the law library.
!-:.:' Nov. 22 and was sentenced In life!fir; 1. Key witness for the state was Dr. mouth. ; <, ;.'' in Jacksonville testified I the I'.il'tnrd didn't t put :Mrs. Martin on Several of the family members left
;'at state prison after a fou>iday trial;!. Gertrude Warner\ Ocala Pathologist, Taylor testified the shirt had bloodon bullet involved in the case came from the stand Alter the site rested its the courtroom during the sentencing.
I which ended Thursday March 26, who testified Martin was shot on a it and that Martin appeared to be the Smith and Wesson .38 Caliber case Piiffnrd tisked for a directed: verdict "They've taken mother from
.l Her knees buckled and Ella Nora 45-degree angle under the right arm shot. He stated Mrs. Martin told him pistol used in the shooting. They gave of ucquitul citing that all Ihe me," one of the female my members of
E 1 (Jackie Martin, 45, of Starke fainted pit with the bullet exiting on the left they had been wrestling over the gun other involved and lengthy technical evidence was circumstantial! and the family was heard to scream in the
n when Circuit Court Judge H.A. side. The weapon was a .38 caliber and it went oft testimony. cited a i !number nf cases to support his ball outside the courtroom.
r (Buzzy) Green Jr., sentenced her for pistol owned by the Martin's. Taylor indicated there was no Pafford's case was built around the argument. flue Judge( Green; denied
__. the shooting death of Jimmy Martin Assistant State Attorney Tom discoloration or burns on Martin's fact that his client was observed to the motion Elwell
5-Sjy; 33. of Starke, last Nov. 22 at'the cou. Elwell used this testimony to hand. have scratches on both her arms the !Mrs Martin has a I livc-yciir-old asked assistance came into the courtroom and
21pie's mobile home on Ellington Road: demonstrate in his closing argumentto The paramedic on cross- day after the shooting. daughter by her marriage| lo :M<.irlin. nd several 1 ramedics with assisted Mrs. Martina
until
a mile east of Starke. .' the jury that there was no way Mar- examination, stated when he first arrived The first witness called, jailer Ar She has Three other children by a the pa
I t Martin was shot while sitting in a tin could have shot himself. the possibility of a bulldozer thur Brock, testified he saw bruises previous nuirruge She had been courthouse.rescue unit could arrive at the
'" reclining chair in the living room of Mrs. Martin told paramedics and falling on Jimmy crossed his mind. on both her arms above the elbows married 'to Martin: for six years.! After Mrs. Martin
the couple's trailer. He was an Chief Deputy Sheriff Glen A. Moore He indicated he did not see any Pamela Harper daughter of Mrs. The jury was given\ the case for its taken was stabilizedshe
; emergency medical technician and that she and her husband scuffled for powder burns on Mrs. Martin's Martin by a previous marriage deliberation ;il !5,30: p.in. Wednesday. Bradford was CountJail by patrol in Starke car where to the
also ran a bulldozer business. the gun after an argument, the gun hands. testified she heard her mother March 25. At (Ii i JO( p in. the jury she the
Mrs. Martin was carried from the went off and her husband was shot. The other paramedic, William H. scream calling for help. She suited returned! \ courtroom by her attorney, John Pal- Moore testified that Mrs. Martin O'Neill of Starke, testified after they she went to her mobile home which Green reread the various decrees of
\ ford, of Jacksonville.Paramedics told him twice that there was scuffle arrived they didn't really know what was next to the Martin trailer and crimes including first degree She was brought to the courtroomat
worked on her for,73, minutes before for the gun and it went off, shooting happened. O'Neill indicated he took called for the rescue unit to come. murder, second degree murder, third 12:05: p.m. Thursday. March 26, to
I reviving her in the law library, Martin. the call in the emergency room and After the rescue unit took her stepfather degree murder, and 111.1 nslau htl'r. be fingerprinted.After .
Wednesday, night, March 25. Dr. Warner testified the bullet the caller, whom he did not identify to BCII she drove her mother to At 7.:11I: i p.m (IJIC den.. returned' to the a brief visit with her family
Fingerprinting her was put off until penetrated the vital I organs including told him to come to the Martin trailer. the hospital. courtroom to render its verdict. Mrs. Martin was taken by patrol car
the neget day. She was then taken by the right upper lobe of the lungs, "It's real bad." William Harper, son-m-law of :Mrs. During ho I : 'twit day ol (the (trial to Lowell Correctional Institution for
$ Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- damaged the pulmonary artery and Lulu Belle Terrell of Starke, the Martin, testified she had bruises on (Monday., Maivh: 2i:! the state. announced Women, to enter the state prison
ment deputies to Lowell where she passed through, fracturing the third first state witness, testified that she her arms the day after (the shooting.Joe ( that ii would not seek the system.
rstarted her state prison sentence rib.Dr. was at the bar at the 301-Lounge when H Bedford, son of !\IJ's.Iart! in, dc-iilli Penalty in the case A person Another case is pending against
Thursday March 26. She must serve Warner testified the cause of Jackie came in looking for her husband testified his mother had bruises on convicted( of lirst 1 degree murder in Mrs: Martin. She was arrested last
25 calendar years before being eligi- death was the injuries sustained by She is an aunt of Mrs Martin. her arms and she was very upset. He 'Florida" may.. be either" sentenced' to ;Nov. 20 on a charge of obtaining a con-
ble for parole Martin in his chest by gunshot "I've got something in my pocket- testified on cross-examination i I 1 that t life or die in' the electric chair trolled substance by fraud. The controlled
Pafford was given 15 days to file 'wounds. She stated. he lost a lot of book that will take care of him," Mrs. they looked like thumb marks. Pafford asked 'the court to order aprl"sl'n'l1l'l' substance, according to BCSD
I motions with the court for a new trial blood. Terrell quoted her niece as saying to Charles Dinkins testified :Mrs. :Martin < imesiig.ition but Judge records, was identified as percodane.
and 30 days to appeal the verdict and Charles Randolph (Scotty) Taylorof her in the lounge. Under cross- had bruises on both arms !betweenthe >ruled it v ould serve no purpose Pafford is negotiating with the state
...... trial to 1st District Court of Appeals. Middleburg, a paramedic testified examination. Mrs. Terrell indicated elbow and shoulder. hrcniisc lie h.id 1111> dunce but to to drop charges in that case.

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I Prison l Hostage Case For July 1980 Murder of Fellow FSP InmateRichard


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The Union CourityGq'and Jury will Williams, 44-year-old l collee on him and had been generally
Mitchell was serving a mandatory in 1.'t'llI'lIw'hv Assistant Stale
C convene at 8 .Wednesday, April 100()( --'ear sentence for robbing and kill Prison inmatehas been '\ Tom Klwi'll:; ; lluit Uilluiins/ : abusive.He .
;;8to take up. the recent'hostage case,, ing two elderly Dade County couplesin die in the electric chair (confessed to prison invest t 1 airs "reported on Ihe day of. thl'lIIunel'
'when) two' Inmates.theld two one night, was shot to dea th duringthe Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Hull had been hiirnissing: hi 111. lie hadn't eaten in 48 hoursprior
secretaries postage at Union Cor for the murder of another to Ihe stabbing.
: as assault. Rasberry, serving a life t was: a runnercm Q-wmn. I the
rectional Institution1' last Feb. 16, ac"' term for a Pinellas County robbery, Mecure area III the state's most Williams was serving a life
,cording to Assistant State Attorney Judge Green, following sentence for I the May 1 1:1.: 1!}7J: slabbing
was wounded three times by gun- prison
I' recommendation of death
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Harris A. ToblriH'' Jimmy Robs
Inmates Ray Mitchell and Jerry shots. court jury that found inmate h'al'l.'J't' Freeman at the FSP gymnasium(
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Rasberry held one of the'secretaries in his Innlllt's'l'1I111111t'd 16 tunes in the
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for until nine officers
hostage 91i hoqrs with three
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chair Prison
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,Massey, 8 t, ; ..jadeath, Three andseriously.wbunded'jttasberry.i office at 3:30 p.m.stated on Our ServicemenPV2 to death with Roy a .knife tied limns, durum the I trial t told Death Row including at Florida State Williams Prison., on
Whitworth
Monday, Feb. 16.
officers rushed each "of :the three: notified of the incidentat a broom stick. Williams was originally :sentenced
his office was c( ;ri-t-n Ihil' Hull hid spit in his
doors to the from in which Mrs. Terry A, of Mr. Huff was killed by the lo prison! in 1M! >5 for biu>>l r 5:25: p.m. and immediately sent Terry McCarthy, son n".iv \> ,it'ilirld' I limil, I I lit ''\ui hot Al.ichua! and
Jo Rimes was being held; by the two investigators Wiley Clark of Starke and Mrs. James H. McCarthy returned pierced his lung, liver, and Levy Counties.
Inmates Mrs. Rimes dived under a and Keith Adams of Lake Butler to home Friday, March 27, after
:_ (desk t f Is' \ UCI to monitor the situation. spending over seven months in
Gov. Bob Graha tn,:at arecentpress' Whitworth pointed out Massey military active duty.

'conference, stated the Department of decided at 1 am.o'eb.[ 17 that negotiations ,
I Corrections used justifiable force in had broken down and the squadof Stationed at Fort Jackson, S.C., he
rescuing the hostage. Secretary nine bfficers! including Massey, in received his basic training in physical

Rimes, who suffered !die neck aadtnMtflnrmMer, that rIM'led \'"Ml's to the office. -: biological, c f'Itwarcar: '''rfftemarksmanshi .'7f -
I 24 dTiTdWs to'cl&e. Mitchell** stated within a jnattgr. r ',' es' ,, "LABOR' ,..,

I to death and Rasberry wa fjJI .. tends: eight shots were fired 9 MM grenades, an pons a' r2" 'i IrJI.: ..," .I. u ? f W. _
in Gainesville where W nmates with a .22-calibervMagnum: McCarthy was fnadeSquad Leader
lung was removed. H4 has since been derringer and a .45 caliber automatic and received both Expert Rifle and '
I transferred from the Reception and pistol and one shotgun blast was usedon Expert Hand Grenade Awards.
Medical Center Hospital near Lake the locking device of one door SPECIALSINFLATION
Butler, to Florida State Prison."Graham leading to the office. Following his basic training
indicated he was satisfied ,"It was determined during this graduation, he attended a 20-week
that prison authorities' decision was. rescue attempt that Mrs. Kimes was "Teletypewriter Repairer Course",
the only alternative after negotiations in the room and was observed on her at Fort Gordon, Ga., receiving the
e had broken down. knees with inmate Rasberry holding a highest honor 'in the School and a
=- The second secretary, Deborah knife to her throat," Whitworth said "Distinguished Graduate Diploma".
Wright, was rescued 15 minutes after in his report to Gov. Graham. Also a special letter of recognitionfrom
u: = the pair was taken hostage. Officers Three bullets removed from Mit Col.! Roy B. Bernd commendinghim
>;,x,' opened a door, found Wright facing chell's body was tentatively identified on his outstanding performance FIGHTERS

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Charged to Starke Man, ';, Ignition Only

3". A Starke ,mall' was charged with One bc1
careless driving and DWI after his ,
3 truck struck two cars on US-301 at $800 $1200
Washington Street at 11:15: p.m. Friday :' of tunGN400TGN400X 4 Cyl. 6 Cyl.

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f, > Ronald :James.. Kelly,;>17, of Starke, MPGA
was injured but damage to the / 65 85 8 Cyl $1600labor

1977 Chevrolet sedan he was drivingWas Powerful single-cylinder Constant velocity
estimated at $225.
4-stiolce
-, David Thomas Fussell, 18, of ,. Easy starting engine.with com carburetor.Suzuki's "PEI" ignition. Only Parts Extra
Brooker was not injured but damage pression release. 16" fdt rear tire.
\ to the 1976 Chevrolet sedan he was' .way adjustable rear Lightweight and .'
driving was estimated .M8QP-, .; ;. shocks I
economical.
r ,, "'" y Smooth .
shifting speed Custom extras bn.T'model TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
vie II Marvin McKinney 22, of Starke transmission. .. 1981 "GN" model 12- .
.was not injured but damage to the Front disc brake month .' I
1981 Ford truck he was was Needle bearing unlimited. mileage
driving swing arm. 206 W .
warranty Approx. Madison
964
,i estimated at $19. ., .... -. Vi tl '5..'!.I''Wd".nIY"b."hu."d.t" ."" 7200 Starke, ,Fla.
1 V, The 1977 Chevrolet :stopfpeS iffH ... $165 $ : ,..'-
iM tohJ.W .:< with approved 62
the traffic light in thtf inii : credit Down Mo. 1 s ;
>( Chevrolet was a 140 stopped at the .
'traffic light in the outside lane. Theifruck
from the Suzuki 1981 The Performert' 't; :
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Whitworth sses Ball Back to Legi: FOR SATE FOR SALE WANTED HELP '

HOME FOR SALE I LAKE LOT on sand bottomed IRISH SETTER AKC PUPPIES. .
laka In Hillcrcst. $300 Born.Jam )12. Male, $75; PART TIME ADVERTISING
Asks Them to Reconsider Answering SubpqenaLalcbt bath Hampton home Nice on country 2BR. down. $146.44 per month. female*, $50. Mother. on salesperson. Experience In
Phone 473-4058 475.1788
or Call
premises. sales helpful.' Age Is nobarrier
setting in convenient 473-4367 after '6 p.m. after 4 p.m. or 377.5934 If retired
round in the investigation of Monday, March 30, in Gainesville and Girardeau's letters with a letterof downtown section. tlnchg 3/26: during day." Stchg 4/2.30 and want to you ore out of' the
former UCI inmate Johnny Fort the pair had with his own saying he considers the Pretty lot with large LAKI LOTS AND'ACREAGE- ONE MALE ONE FEMALE house couple get of days a
reached a stalemate Monday, March Fort, a Union Correctional Institution subpeona still in, force and that he detached garage witha K.y.ton Heights own.r guinea pig. About 6 manw..k., a this could b. your
(0. when two state legislators refused inmate who claims to have killed Inmate would meet them at their convenienceon variety of possibleuses. financed 10 percent in the old long haired. $15 chance. Apply In person at
u> honor a subpoena Issued by the Vertis E. Graham and beaten weekends or evenings if Excellent financing terest. Lots on clear, sand for' both, 4732962. 2lcrg the Bradford' County
>lute attorne Circuit. several others at the order of prison necessary. available.Call bottomed fake priced to 4/2-9 Telegraph tin.RECEPTIONSECRETARY' .
Stale Attorney\ Eugene Whitworthis officials. "Basically, I'm asking them to For Details sell from' 9900. One to MIOOLEBURG-3 ACRES.
conducting an investigation of A task force of investigators from reconsider," Whitworth said. "I just Eleanor B. Cannon five acres overlooking lake completely 'fenced and
allegations made by Inmate Fort that Whitworth's office have been investigating want to get to the bottom of this as Realtor..:373-2438: (access available) with cross fenced. Pond,, 12x60 ) at
he killed another inmate on orders ofcorrectional Fort's claim during the fast as possible but the ball is back in or :372-1469 nice trees from $3,500 mobile home with addition Santa Fe Slorke Cantor.
$500 down $50 a month. almost' completely' finish Personable meeting andassisting
U : officer. past two months. their court now. tfn .
Kcp. Arnetl Girardeau and Andy Both Girardeau and Johnson have Johnson and Girardeau interviewedFort Commercial' 'rontag.ed., 17x17 block shed. Ask- people. Call Dr.Inv..lmenl
McFadden for appolnmenlSR.2IN.
Johnson both of Jacksonville and been foes and very critical of the in prison last summer after: Fort Owner-salesman.opportunity. Ing 30000. Will take 9645382.
and
former members of the House Corrections Department of Corrections. wrote Dr. Girardeau and told of his WildernessLog small down payment 2 4 9. -
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473 4375. tfnchg' 3/5 hold 4732962. y
committee chimed in a letter toVhitwoith Girardeau was chairman of the House deeds. Girardeau then referred the information HomesAn AKC DOBERMANS'-Top 2tchg mortgage.4/2-9 /
\ that legislative privilege committee on Corrections until last to federal Justice Department adventure into rustic quality only. You are Invited THREE PIECE LIVING ROOM HELP WANTED
prevents their having to appear at November. investigators who are still. purr kennels. Iso.
elegance. We make Log to visit our set $ Only' six months *
court proceedings within 15 days of Johnson at a press conference Friday suing their own inquiry. Home dreams-a 4751228. old. 4732962. 2tchg 4/2-9 Town of Raiford I Is accepy
the annual legislative session which March 27, told reporters the subpeona A transcript of Girardeau's inter- Jiml M. reality. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN LIVING ROOM SUIT-Tan ting applications for.I
begin Tuesday April 7. was purely political. lie and view with Fort was turned over to the R..har-Authortzed Starting Dealer fnchg' 2/5 seven piece pit sofa.' Neverused. part-time clerk. {Experience
The law also exempts legislators to Girardeau have accused Whitworth of U.S. Justice Department but Whit- 1.504782.3931782.3896 BOAT FOR SAlE: 16'Correct- $250. Call 4734380. In bcokkojc gling
be summoned for court proceedings dragging his feet on the Fort Investi- worth stated he had not seen a copy of ...... Aiioclittt. Croft Inboard ski boat 2tchg 4 2-9 required. Must bit/able to
I 15: days after the legislative session is gation for fear of embarassing prison it. trailer $4,500 Phone and tak'
aired his CBS "60 AM w.alecks MciM ft.MUMIw. 4732241. 3lchg3. 19-4'2 SUP- type notes.
over. administrators. Fort story on a OFFICE AND SCHOOL
M4-I121 Ere IM Sill
WhiNvorlh last week subpoenaed Whitworth responded to Johnson Minutes" episode last January in Mcteri I CMM DwM net MMEM COLLIES AKC in Keystone PLIES GIFTSSee Union Salary and floors will be
Ciirarck'uu, : and Johnson to testify which he claimed Graham, a UCI inmate .M4-MI7 47"*1II' Heights. Females. $90, County Times open Mondiscussed .d/ ring Inter-
was killed at the order of a correctional Hornet>Lll.Acretgi males, $110 I Phone Tass day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. view po'riod. Forward
officer. Graham found I I.264.45398a.m.to5p.m. to 5. Wednesday- resume and references
was _liwtey. Boridi p.m. ) to
Jux Woman Innocent beaten to death in his bunk the only 2tchg 3/26-4/2 closed Thursday and Friday City of 8iford. P.O. Box

I prison murder still unsolved. AKC white,COLLIE Really PUPS.beautiful.Sable' and' our 8.30a.m.till 1 2 price noon.table Se.of 325, Raif/ ord. Fl. 32083) by

Of Contraband ChargeA $125 each. Four males,, one selected' gift items Monday, April t 6. Interview .
LABORERReg. FLORIDATHEATRE female. 4733573. Itctig 3. 12. will be held Tuesday.
4 2 Aprif 7, 7 p.m. at Town
Jacksonville woman was found to found to have $400 in cash upon leaving HaW.Pizza .
be not guilty of introduction of contraband the prison during a routine Ads Get Results !
into a\ state prison by a six- search. Driv. Exp. 5-speed
member jury that took less than an fl.. ............"........
hour to return the verdict during a Records show correctional officers Starke964.5451 .
mie-diiy trial at the Union County discovered the money hidden in the w/ 2 speed axle truck ,'
Courthouse in Lake Butler, Tuesday, handle of a hairbrush. Testimony was : Spaghetti Lasagna :
March 17. presented during the trial to show she FrI., Sat., & Sun.
PeggyAnn Bronson. 22 was found had the money when she entered UCI Call: Cardin Bros. e und e
not guilty of going to Union Correctional but had forgotten'about it.
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(Institution last Sept. 22 and was ft
9646750Funeral I.IIU ('0110"APAIWIOONTPK.11HEIr.- other Italiaia"Diririers ...,

ObituariesSurvivors ;" '" II .

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include: three nieces, services were conducted at \
:.Mrs. Autie L. BrewerMrs. Mrs. Leola Christy and Mrs. Lillian 2:00 P.M. Monday at the Chapel of Ar- \ .. :
Autie L Brewer 81, of Conway both of Starke and Mrs. chie Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. PLUS.
Law ley, died Thursday morning at Leecy Johns Macclenny; one Roman Alvarez officiating. Burial : e
the home of her son in Lawtey. nephew, Jewett C. Fogg Starke; and was in Dyal Cemetery with Archie
Born In Stone County, Arkansas several great nieces and nephews. Tanner Funeral Home in charge of : 301 S. Starke 964-6877 :
Oct. 7. 18)9 Mrs. Brewer moved from Graveside funeral services were arrangements. .t
there to Lawtey in 1946. She was a held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 28,in
member of the Evergreen Baptist Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Lanier : DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS TINY PIZZA
Church. Raymond Baer officiating. DeWitt C. Major Edward e
Survivors include: one daughter Jones Funeral Home was in charge of Major Edward Lanier 73, of I h v
Marie Crawford, Lawtey; three sons, the arrangements. In lieu of flowers Richlands. N.C., former resident of 2.25 $129 Anytime :
Otis E. Brewer and Eugene Brewer, the family requests that donations be Hampton died Saturday March 14., 3eeeeeeeeeeee
both of Law ley, and Leon Brewer, made to the American Cancer Society following a lengthy illness. eeeeeeee 0
Middleburg; one sister Mrs. Anis A former employee of the 301 DRIVE IN
Brewer, :Manila, Ark.: and several Millwright of Hampton Mr. Lanier is .
half brothers and sisters; 25 grand- I Herbert A. Prescott survived by his widow Virginia of "
children and 40!( great-grandchildren. Herbert A. Prescott 65. of Starke. Richlands; three daughters; three Frl. & Sat. ANNOUNCEMENT
Funeral services were held at 11 died early Monday evening March sons all of North Carolina; 29 grand-
a in. Saturday. !Mar. 2B, in the chapelof at the Bradford County Hospital children; 14 great-grandchildren,and I I I
DeWilt C. Jones Funeral Home following an extended illness. four stepgrandchildren.Services Drs. Lytlenand .
with Hev James Saunders and Rev. Born and raised in Bradford County were held Monday: March Specialist
Cecil Crawford officiating. Intermentwas Mr. Prescott was in the produce 16, at Community Funetal..Uonru+! i ih, -: __ _P.odJaJrlsts' loot ,
in the family plot in Dyal business in Jacksonville for many._.. .seulahwN.p+ PMa rm.." eJI 1 1 ;
Cemetery. years. until ill health forced his retire- '. ,, burial' 'in" East" Duplin Memorial Announces the Opening

inenl. He was a member Pine Level Gardens. of their Officeat

:Mrs. Kli/itlu'tl M. Pownall Baptist Survivors Church.include: his wife Mrs. Miss Anna Darlington Lee

Mrs Elisabeth M. Pownall 76, of Ida !Mane Prescott Starke; two sons, Miss Anna Darlington Lee age 83, PLUS.
Starke. died in the Alachua General Van Prescott Starke and Raymond"Butch" of Melrose died in the Community Union General
Convalescent Center in Gainesville. Hospital
Hospital Gainesville Friday even- Prescott Macclenny;
ing following a brief illness. mother, Mrs. Beuhh Prescott, Friday, March 27. following a long il- Ride In A Pink Car Lake Butler
Mrs Pownall had lived in Starke Starke; two sisters Mrs. Irene Hall lness. v/--
since; 1U55 moving here from and Mrs. Dorothy Crockrell, both of Miss Lee was born had in Melrose.lived in Sun, & Mon. -; -EIEItEfE; EEE41E4EEIEt--IEfE1-Ef1---EtElm
December 13, 1897, and
f'oiilesvillu Penn. She and her hus- Starke; and four grandchildren.
band the late Malcolm Pownall Funeral services will be conducted Melrose most oWier lifetimc;,Shc wasa Practice limited to:
formerly operated the Bradford at 2:00: p.m. Thursday (today). April former nu eand wapiti member of
:Motel She was a member of the 2, at the Chapel of Archie Tanner the EliamSurvivoraj Bft.PLi H htf' '" J '. Diseases of the foot and
Presbyterian. faith. Funeral Home with burial in Prevail i4114Ud leg.
Survivors include: two sons, Cemetery south of Starke with Archie nephews! nlctlr.! +fjeveral
:Malcolm. Pownall Hamilton, N.Y. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in relatives. \\lI.JIWi! .l1 Including surgery, sports: medicine. '':'j
and Thomas M. Pownall Palm Bay charge of arrangements. Graveside funeral services were
"'liI. one brother. L.R. Moore, held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 1 in PLUS. children and general foot disorders.
:Modcna. Penn., 8 grandchildren and the Eliam Cemetery at Melrose with
i granddaughter. Rudolph Henry Bryan Rev. Leslie Harris Minister of the Demon Witch Seed Phone: 496-2323J
Churehofficialing.
Funeral services were held Tues- Rudolph Henry Bryan, 66 elf Eliam Baptist
da :Mar. 31 at from the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home was in
> 2pm. Starke died early Saturday morningin charge of the arrangements.MntfEnifta ..__....... __. _____h.__ __dO .._
graveside. in Fairview Cemetery Ormond Beach Memorial! Hospital ,. I W 'J (' :f'lflfr7f., ''f) '
foatebville. Penn. DeWitt C. Jones following an extended illness. *: \ I 'fi ''y 'r'J' I ll, I
"'um'J'allllme was in charge of local Born and raised in Bradford Coun- Btft&fr, .' 'I '.' .....

illTilng'ments.liss t ty. Mr. Bryan was a self-employed Mrs. Emma Butn'er, 6 poj Sanford ; -... ,. ,.".""'.
: Grace D. Fogg brickmason Faith and was of the Baptist died Gainesville.Born Sunday. 'March 22. in t ', o'. :) ..,- i !

:Miss Grace D Fogg, 99. died in a St. Survivors include: four daughters.Mrs. in MonlicelloMlXsHulner
Augustine Nursing Home Tuesday Sandra Moss. Rapid City, S.D.. moved to Sanford in 1972 .and was a
night following a long illness. Mrs. Glenda Wheeler. Starke Mrs. member of:,the. :'Baptist: \.-Church in
Born in Manchester New Hampshire Laveni Khodcn, Hampton and Mrs. Lawte '. ,.<-, +4 ,i', 1JetJ( CJ1Y1:31! : ]
June 2, 1881 Miss Fogg had lived Diane Tnmlmson. Lake Butler; four Survivors include: her husband,
Tampa for many years, retiring sons. Robert and Tommy Bryan both Tom Butner Sanford; one daughter .
there as a school teacher in 1952. ol! Daytona Beach Edward: Bryan !Mrs. Jo Carroll Oniedo; one son.,
Alter her retirement she lived in KeystoneHeights, and Phillip Bryan I Ronnie William Page. Lawtey; one The !
Starke for 7 years and in Jacksonville ol S.D.. one brother. A.J "Jay" sister Mrs Lula Knight. Mnnticvllo.t;
Beach for 3 years She was a BI' Palmetto Fl. two sisters.
) ln. ; one brother. Jack Fuqu.iy. :Mon-
member of the Presbyterian Church Mrs. Elisabeth Gomes. Slarke and ticello; and five grandchildren.Burial ( .
and a i member of the Order of Eastern !Mrs. Irene Beck. Perryville. was :March 24 in Sanford BUTCHERBLDCKl
Star !Missouri; and 14 grandchildren Florida.

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UP TO 4U/0 ; & Paramount Fryers

A great selection of full rolls
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Free measure and estimates. ,

Also: Custom Draperies. Mini Blinds

and Verticals. Decorator on staff. We're pleased to announce that 'j i 'MILK 59c

Mr. Harold Loucks has joined '.'

our staff as SALES MANAGER. 79

Mr. Loucks brings 25 yrs. experience J $1 Gul.

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. V V t 1l Harold invites all his many. Bill Starner' Mike McLeod

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j PERSONAL SERVICES FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE' FOR SALE "FrOR, S ALE J, ..' Ir i I FOR RENT I t ;XFOR.SAUE; ': FOR SALE

TRAILER LOTS FOR RENTS BINGO-AMERICAN LEGION QUEEN SIZE BEDROM SUITEs COLOR TV Two year 'old 19(0 "STUMPNOCKER 13 MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE MILKING COAT Nuedian. PICKLING BEETS Call O J.

CARPINTER! WORKl Price start at $49.50. Lak. HALL SR-21, Sot 7 p.m., Solid wood wbranhandl. $300, queen size bedroom foot, 9.8 h.p. M.rcury.traU.r HOME PARK mobile homes fresh now. $60. Inquire at Norman In Lawtey 01
Remodeling work, kitchen Geneva Trall.r Park. Sunday. 2-J p.m. Public Invited .., triple dresser suite $300 recllner $75 gas can battery, and spaces for rent. Phone Sleepy Hollow Motel or 782-3305. I Itpd 1/7.
cabinet and trim Phone 4732879. Ifnchg tfnchg281 w/shadow box mirror, dinette' $75, coffee/2 ends trolling motor, all In n.w 468-2912. TFchg phon. 782.378"2 Ztchg3WHITI TWO GUITARS: good condition. ..
carpenter Reasonable 1/29 GARAGE SALE at Whit huge chest, night stand $55, solo/choir $85, hide- condition. Make offer. HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng POODLES all male; package deal $50,00

prices. Call Ed Dempsey at OFFICI SPACE Keystone Sands lake, the Freeman' like new matt/springs, abed $200 chest$35, king Phone /496-362 alter. 6 room, TV and Air. 4 moths old have shots Earl Hawaii. Shady Oak
4732477. tfnchg 3/5 Center. Approximately. 350 Place, Rt. 1 Box 500 KH. cost $1500. 3 month ago- size water bed $125 double p.m. TFN 2/19. Underwood Motel 3 miles paper trained. $75.00 ea. Trailer Park .68.1756. 4 2

ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS square fool $160 p.r Mine household item and now $900, matching twin bed $60. twin bed $35. ARTLBY CLARINETs/ with North of Storke on Hwy Call Sarah Reagan at Itpd.

Closed meetings Monday 8 month. Call Keystone tool. Saturday, April 4 beds w/ bras* head boards king bed $75, new king case, black wood, good 301. 10/9 Inchg 96".7912.2 Mpd. !SQUARE TUBE STOCK BODY
p.m. Open meetings, Friday Heights Realty, Realtor. and Sunday, April S. $200. fro prev desk $125, bed $300. Phone 7527961. condition. $60. Phone MOBILE HOMES Two and 1975 UVi' GLASTRON SKI with rolling gat*. Fits, long
8 Alanon Monday 473-4961. tfnchg 3/5 354-6446or473-4568. Itchg solid wood coffee w/2 Providence itchy 4/2. 496-3881. Celeste three bedrooms; clean. BOAT 60 horsepowermotor wh.el.baso truck. $10000
8 p.m.Alateen Monday 7 STORE FOR RENT Approximately 42GARAGE ends cost $400-now $180, ATTENTION LOGGERS log Beasley. Highway 16 and 225. New (Evinrude) and ALSO 1973 LTD.loaded

p.m.p.m. All meetings In 900 sq. /ft., In front SALE Friday, solid wood dining /table ging outfit for sale, diesel' REAL owners, formerly Whiles. trailer, excellent condo Body needs some minor
Educational Building, Community of new post office. Phone Saturday and Sunday. w/6 chain, excellent. condition truck frame log trailer Call 468-1323. 3/12 tfn. tion. Used very little r.palr. $350,00 Call

Church tfnchg 4/2 173.7014khg 3/19-4/9 April) 3, 4, S. CR-18, Crystal $450 matching John Deere sklddor, ESTATE FURNISHED APARTMENT $2,100. Phone 473-4442. 964-7207 4/2 Itpd.FUTURA .
PRESSURE CLEANING PAINTING UNFURNISHED HOUSE2BR. Lake Homesites. C.dar washer/dryer-3 months knuckle boom loader Utilities furnished. Prefer FARMALL TRACTOR 140 I : one of Singer, i s
and wallpapering. 28A, wall-fo-wall carpet, wardrobe, king size b.d old $300. /reeltee' labor truck two chain LOOKING FOR a special one middle age person In Harrow 2 14" Bottom finest models Does It all

Phone 4732477. tfnchg 3/3 CH/A, fenced yard, stove, and frame, dining room refrigerator $175, sows, tools, chain, place of property If I quire at 603 E. WashingtonAVe. Plows, mower cultivators, without attachments ,
PLUMBING RlPAIRf-larry refrigerator, disposal and wife, trundle bed, dinnette sofa/loveseat/choir $350, binder and fuel tank don? have It. I'll find It .. Starke. 3/19 tfn. cole planter, fertilizer Repoess sad. Originally l
Teague Plumbing. dishwasher. Overlooking set, setae, chair, solid wood bunk bed $12.000 equity, balance Just ask...JANE S. USHER, MOBILE HOME 2 BR 2 BA; dist. All very good condition sold for over $500. Pay all
4751513. tfnchg 5/21 Lake Brooklyn, Keystone metal chest, lamps, mist w/matchlng desk chair $..13 per month 24 mon REALTOR 496-2126 or on Santa Fe Lake Canal used very little, balance due $148,60 coshor
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY ':' 19hl.. 473-3085. Itchg wallpaper odds and end. $325. Phone 752-7961 Providence ths. Phone 244-2163 496-2903. eve? "Your between Keystone Heightsand $6600.00. Call 496-2171 or payments of $12.90 per
WORK-bulld patios, additions 473-2341. Itchg 4/2 1 tchg "/2 Valdosta, Go. Ray Sellers. Union County Realtor tfn Melrose on SR21. $180 473-2214. TFN 3/26. month. White Sewing and
remodeling, home HOMES FOR EARLY AMERICAN! HIDE-A Reason for selling-other in per month references anddeposit BABY PARAKEETS $10.00 Appliance Center. Archer

and tile work. Also pain STEVE BROADWAYTREE BED $300, double mat terest. 2tchg 3/26 1/2. HELP WANTED required, Call each. Phone ...68.183.2 Square Gainesville"
Ling Free estimates, SALE6EAUTIFUI .../.prlngs $50, early 197 FORD COURIER low 473-3695 or 473519.3'26 LIMEROCK 20 yd. semi phone 376 4466 4.2 ItchgrOUCHAMATIC
Phone 473-4473 during SERVICE american day. After 5 phone TWO ACRES tables 155. Phone $2,500 call 496-3623 after home. Webster, America 5 BEDROOM $'/. BATH TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone oven left in lay.a-way
p.m.
782-3906 Ifnchg 3/5 property and home In 7551864. 11chg 4/2. 6 p.m. TFN 2/19. foremost dictionary com home in town S27S.OO per 7823172.. 12/4 tlchg. never used has meat probe
UNWANTED HAIR REMOVEDpermanently Deerwood Hills 3 miles Removal pany needs homo workersto mth. First nod last In ad USED NEWSPAPER defrost cycle variable

by a north of Keystone. 24x60. update local mailing vance. Phone 964.8653. ALUMINUM PLATES: 24 .x power up to 650 watts, full

registered electrologlst mobil. ham., 3BR, 2BA Trimming( I FOR SALE list. All ages, experience TFN chg 326.KITCHENETTES. 36" 25' each. Bradford factory warranty Assume
carpet CH/A de.p well unnecessary. Call AND County Telegraph payments $20,00 pe
and it's Inexpensive. Call
for free demon.lratlonwllhoul with delicious water. Free Estimates I 1-716-845-5670, Ext. 1590. ROOMS: weekly and mon 964.6305. tfn month. White Sewing and
HOUSE WITH S ACRES
$28,000. Owner will thly rates, TV A, C uhlniesIncluded. TRUCK TOPPERS $199 INSTALLED Appliance Center Archer
obligation. Amy'sEl.ctrolysle finance with reasonable 473-4732 Country living at Its finest. Newly built 3 bdrm 2 bath INSURANCEMAINESINSURANCE Inquire at JO.ID ) Has full vision !Square Gainesville
490 Lawr.nceBlvd.
down payment. Discount homo. Immediate occupancy, owner moving out of Motel (Hwy 301 S.) door and side win phone 3764466. 2 'Itchg
4737033. Aft.r opening
? Keystone for cash. 912-377-7496. 5 p.m. town. Fireplace, w/w carpet cent. H/A, also 964.8810 Itpd 4 2.
AGENCYi dows. One warranty.
tfnchg 3/9 Nights and Sundays, refrigerator. Move, and drapes. Property fenced. year
Keystone Heights DUPLEX APARTMENT 2
160 S. Lok. Av., Lake Beasley Bargains. t COLOR TV: Console model
9122940189. tfnchg 3/26 Quick ocean to SR2..1.LAKE bedroom; living room.
I Butler. 4963978. Complete 473-4521. tfnchg 12/11. under warranty Pay of"*
CARS ftTRUCKS 3BR. 2BA. BRICK HOME In Insurance Service TFN $135 per mo.,. plus $50.00 CYPRESS FOR SALE bulance due- $181 00 cash
lake Geneva Estates. More Ads VIEW HOME WITH APT. PLUS
damage deposit Firewood $5 ". cord you or assume payment $18.1 l(.
$51,500 by owner. Phone P 5B Lov.ly 3 .btfrm 2 bath ham. acres from lake Butler. PERSONALSERVICES references required. Call load. Custom cutting. per month Also new

; 1978 FORD BRONCO-fully 473-4148. By appointmentonly. W/W carpet cent H/A stove. Established. 964-7188. l Itchg 4, 2. Lumber. Phone 468-2624. models $23 month White,
loaded and customized 2tchg 3/26-4/2 neighborhood with landscaped. Also hot efficiencyapt. LG. 2BR APARTMENT mi. South of Stark on Eastside Sev/ing and Appliance

)1200x15 new radials, priced SPRING IAKE--7BR, 18A. FOR YOUR not attached, or could be used as office. Adults only. No pets, applyat of 301 across from Center, Archer Square
asbestos shingle house REAL ESTATE NEEDS CUSTOM MADE 405 N. Church St. 4'2 Shady Oak Trailer Park Gainesville
to sell. 4734061. Itchg phone
4/2 with some furnishings, IN UNION COUNTY 10+ ACRES OFF SR 100 DRAPERIEStfr.esisllmates tfnchg. NURSERY STOCK Shade and 3764466. :7ltchgREGISTERED
brick fireplace, detatched Local RENT
.R..ld.ntlalAcreag. APARTMENT FOR extra
Approx. 10'acre.* right off SRI00 wood.d, lot of flowering trees;
garage, 100x500. lot boat Commercial distributors for completely nice, large 1 IBR, central
road frontage. Asking $11,000.00, owner financed evergreens; hedge plants; I POLLED
house. ALSOGEORGE'S
WANTEDCASH $37,500. ColtsV.nora washable nationally heat and air. Utilities, ,
2BA with 5,000.00 down, balance of $4,000.00 payable azaleas, 18" 74"gal.'. HEREFORD BULLS 2 to 3
LAKE3BR. advertised GordsetteDraperies. furn. $175.00 mo $10000
BrownRwltonAssoelate at$100.00 for 5 NO INTEREST. cans, SI.SO.ach; camellias od! Wamwriqlt
monthly Can years
FOR GOLD sterling brick veneer home with 4' years. you saw Enter dep. 964.8704. 4 2 llchg.
jewelry diamonds coins arched brick fireplace, fully beat that?" Will sell additional acreage In near price. Ed or Lama in bud and bloom; palms; Farms: Phone 964.7835after
::. Will visit your home equipped kitchen, 6' 496.3022 future with option available now to buyers of above Stephen 496-3253. 1978 FORD BRONCO-fully fruit trees-peach, nectarine 7.00 p m, 3 26 3tchci]

anywhere 3765235. Mr. sunken bathtub In master Tiffin and Owens.lnc. listed 10 acre tract. Better Hurry I 11 I 5/1/80TFN. loaded and customized. persimmon pear 49.

:: Rittman. tfnchg 3/5 bedroom, walk-In closets Realtor FREE MOBILE HOME SPACE 1200x15 new radials. Price plum apple fig blueberry
walk-in for ACRES ed to sell 4734061. Itchg plants; citrus; hanging Don't Forget
ROOMMATE-Male or pantry, 11x19 + on SR121 to anyone who will help
'. female to share 3BR house mal dining room, Florida Riverfront E River access Approx. 6 acres located 2V. mile north of lake maintain lawn sarvlca.Phono 4/2 baskets. and potted houseplants Deadline TorClassifieds

;, on Lak. Hutchinson. $100 room, water to air heat lots. build Bulls: Ha road frontage on SR12I and 1200 ft. on 4962308. WASHER AND DRYER, $150 Get the. now. is
No more looking, or O.C. CARNES NURSERY. 23
:.: per month plus$50 security pump, double car garage. put trall.r on home county rood Owner will finance. Anxious to sell. WANT TO BUY used each or$260 for both good mi. SE of Starke on Hwy 12 noon Tuesday
your
", plus 1/3 utilities. Phone Call for more details and foundation with other Improvement typewriters and adding condition warranty. 100 at Florahome. Phone
:. 473.3110 or 4734993. Keep appointment. 40 ACRES WOODED WITH !POND machine. Must be in Beasley Bargains 6592165. Closed Monday
*. '.7 acre off on
trying. 4tchg 317.17LOSTFOUND KEYSTONE HEIGHTS financed. Approx. 40 acre of wood, 2 pond, 7 acres of Improved working condition. 473-4521. Keystone 2/12 tfnchg'
231.. Owner
REALTY REALTOR pasture, has 500' rood frontage. 964-5764. tfn 2/12. Heights I llchg "/2 oLokmt
473.4961 Very good homeslte' 3.99 approx. NEW CARPET, NEW I USED I
Owner, financed to qualified buyer tl,900.00.. Near FOR RENT Furniture S Appliances
3BR 2BA HOUSE close to acre, highway frontageon MATTRESS AND BOX
FOUND Monday March 23 school and shopping. 239. Choice spot, a Worthington Springs. SPRINGS-Iwin sate $20 to Plumb. fixtures, and pipes. Day or Night Service
1 and 2 BR MOBILE HOMES BARGAIN CENTER, US 301
on SR-21 north. Female Assumable 8 3/4. Phone bargain "uy.INVESTORS $30; double and
3 BDRM. I'/t BATH HOUSE furn. or unfurn; Cent. A/H; queen South 964-6679 2 5
4732682. Itchg 4/2 EXPERT LOCKSMITH
cocker spaniel/poodle, Operating size, $40 to $50 Beasley
tan no collar. Phone ON WHITE SANDS LAKE-by hog form. with fireplace 579,000.00.JANE $135 $160 mo; located on Bargains, 473-4521 POOL TABLE: Fisher 4x8.
4/2 owner 3BR I'/iBA, 1950 SR 121 at E. City limits of regulation. 1' solid slate Locks
4732325. e
Itpd If It'* tree and Keystone Heights Itchg Re-keyed
privacy you S. USHER REALTOR Lake Butler Phone bed w balls, sticks & .
ft., C/HA W/W occessones
Black female carpet
LOST part sq. Ilk., th...wooded 'lot are 4/2 I
496-2366. 3/19 tfn. e Locks Repaired
$500 00 FIRM.
built-in kitchen
lab about SO pounds. Last throughout,
360 W. Main Sf.
seen Tuesday March 24, den /fireplace, 1'b right for you. Excellent MOBILE HOME Now TRUCK TOPPERS $189. import SEARS '." 4x8 folding, I'
financing. Loire Buffer Florida available. 5 miles of sizes, full warranty. table
around Oak Road n.ar acres cleared, boat shed west ping pong with paddles DON HILL
Gizmo's. Answers to screen porch. $55,000 firm. Other different cited 496-2126 or 496-2903 Duke, CR-239A. Beasley. Bargains, and balls $75,00. SECURITY SYSTEMS I
acreage References. Twin Hills 473 4521 1 Keystone Keystone Hgts, Ph
473-2784.
Sheba. 4732844. Ask for By appointment. Day Night I
Call "".3022 Ranch 496. 525. Itpd 3/26. Heights; I llchg 4/2 4733600. 3 5 tfn. 473-3549
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YARD SALE PERSONAL PERSONAL LAND BUSINESS CARS LY

SERVICESWANT SERVICES PERSONAL FOR SALE OPPORTUNITIES TRUCKS
GARAGE SALE April 4, SERVICES

Saturday, all day. 1227 used REMODELING BUILDING, OWN YOUR OWN Jean ,
TO BUY BI CORDOBA LSI 'low equity
Eat Call Str.... 3/26 2tpd REPAIRSi New kitchens ONI & TWO ACRE PARCELS ,Shop direct-no
middle
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typewriters and adding PAINTING. REPAIR!! go and assume payments; PS
4/02 machines Must be in baths family room Brick, work smal:I Lawtey off SR 225. Owner man-no salesman's fee.Offering PB. AC. AM/FM stereo,
YARD SALESAT. April 4th. carpenter will finance for responsible all "
working condition, block concrete. Flreplac the nationally P.Wind.'s
building, etc. Cal I I ; good gas
SR-IOO (across from PIgglyWlggly. 9645764. tIn 2/ '2.BILL'S specialists. Criffls Con 964-8813. 3/12 8tpd 4/30. parties. No down pay. known brands such as Jordache mileage. Dark blue. Call 4."REALTYCECILIA
.
)JCIofrilng' furniture SAW SHOP: Complete struction. Phone 473-2108) VETERINARY SUPPLIES r merit. $17.00 per mo., per Vanderbilt, Calvin 782-3941 anytime. Itpd
and other miac.it.m..ltchg. .
4/02 sharpening service cir or 473-2378. TFchg Wholesale to public. 817!5 acre on 10 year financing. Klein Sedgefleld Levi andover 4/2.
YARD SALESAT. April 4th at color hand carbide, SEWING MACHINES W. B.averSt., Marietta, Fl, SHOLTES 1213 NW 6th St.. 70 other brands. WO S-SPEED COROLLA (car PHONE 9647776TERWILUGAR
chain mower blade hollow REPAIRED: All makes 904/786-0053. 3/19 4tch Gainesville 32601. Ph. 13500.00 Includes begin- not truck): Just assume
9 a.m.-three familloi. 791 ground and balanced. cleaned, oiled and ad. 49. (I 377.5822.3/5 lOtpd 5/6. nlng Inventory, airfare for payments. AM/FM radio 205 N. Temple, Starke

YARD W. Pratt SALESAT.St. Itchg.April 4/02 4lh-8 Leave at Jackson Building justed. $15. Work BABYSITTING: In my home, ONE ACRE. well septic one to our national. A/C. Inquire at Rosha's )IAi .c'f
Supply in Stark., guaranteed. James warehouse training, fixtures Beauty Shop. 964-7570. tfn
a.m. til 515 Alton Rd. Keystone or yours; experienced tank, utility house on concrete
Canceled Heights or Lake Butler. Strickland corner MorganRd. $15.00 p/wk. for one child. good land In Lawteyarea. and Grand Opening 4/2.
In case of rain.
ALCOHOLICS and Promotions. Call
16. Mr.
ANONY.MOUS Hwy TFchg
17* PLYMOUTH ARROW
Also
Itchg 4/02 30.00 for two. ( by Call 533.255.2
: MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS: Fac. day). Ask for Stocle at 4/23. Wllkerson at PICKUP with topper auto
YARD SALE: THURS. FRI & 4tchg
Phone 964-5148 trained mechanics Mademoiselle'
or 9647619. tory trans., air cond.,
782-3191 or 7823326. 326ltchg power
SAT., Apr. 2 thru 4. Threefamilial
US.301 South, 964-6020. Fashions 214-6312-4022.
: 42.MATURE : brakes, AM/FM ,radio
behind the Tackle
5/29 S.BOOKKEEPING. WANTEDGOOD
TFchg 8-trock ,
Box N. Tempi AVe., HELP SERVICES 9 LADY has sitter HSLP WANTED tape player
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Starke.3/26 2tpd 4/2. experience In all service for elderly. Would Urgently JV.e YARD SALE: FRI. & SAT. WANTED years consider live-In job. Good PRICES PAID for used 533-2474, after,6 p.m. tfnA
phases Including taxes andgovernment In this area to do '>/?'"
April,' 5th & 6th. 712 Bridges 'arms. references. Call 964-7801. mobile homes if mortgageIs
DIRECTOR OF NURSING RN. 3/26 2lchg' 4/2. 3/4 OLIN'S sewing In their home, MISCELLANEOUSREWARD
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St. In city limits little bit of : -173-7075 after 5 P.M. 7/3 paid or more
everything! Itpd 4/2. Starke Nursing Home. For tlchg WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT In MOBILE HOME SALES making stuffed animals

GARAGE SALE: SAT. April 4 more Information, call WE BUY GOLD. Cash the my home. (Off Bayless 9645606. Open 7 days quilts and piece work. No OFFERED"fa, BRADFORD VILLAS. Stark Fla. Best location Bessent Rd.8
from 8 to 6 p.m. and SUN. 9646220. 3/19 If n. Williams on Highway. 964.8255. 4/2 weekly, TFchg selling lust sewing. Good Deluxe, brick maintenance ffree 2 bedroom IV. bath
spot. Jewelry
April 5 from 1 to 5 p.m. PRODUCTION MANAGER 100 E. Call St. 964-7064 2lchg 4/9. WANTED: Mobile home axles Income. All ages accepted. return of pipe trulck.rock mls.lngIram Call Townhouse low utility bills because of newest A best Insulation.

Pots, pans fans, dishes POSITION to oversee 10/16 tfnchg. and tires Will pick up. Send$3.00(refundable) for my 4/2. Can be customIzed for your Individual tost.Options
linens, clothes furniture, manufacturing facility. 30 HOMES OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964-8559. Itchg available fireplace, 2 full baths, screened porch *ti
CHAIN LINK FENCE Install
: and GOOD HOME On
FREE TO
pattern Instructions. :
color TV, beds shot guns & employees salary as per ed. Free estimates.' SALES. 964-5606. Open 7 others. Furnished model on display now. Recreation bldglI
carpets. 7 mi. S.E. of qualification., US SOLAR Man Fence Co. 964-8559.Handy. FOR SALE days a week TFchg Corbln Sewing Center year old English Setter. a tennis court or shuffle board court to be part of corn-
Starke on SR 100 CORP. Hampton Fla. TFpd. 681.TYPEWRITER. WANTEDi Used tools, both. Arts and Crafts Dept.4100! Female. Very affectionate. plex.Paved streets street lights- beautiful landscaping-j jell
Cloversettles. Itchg 4/2. 468.1517.3126 tin. REPAIR: Call 3 BEDROOM CB HOME In mechanics and carpenters. 200 N. Main Good form dog. Ph. part off scenario.A desirable, different lifestyle. Prices]
HOUSEKEEPER: 3 days Phone 964-8331 Corbin, Ky. 40701 431-1074 after 5 p.m. Itchg $33.4001
per the Office' Shop. 110) W. Starke, Indoor pool and or 4/2 start at
MOBILE HOME week (optional hours), Call St., Starka ford.tails. patio, central gas heat. 468-1551. 9/11 tnchg Don't Walt to buy Real Estate
thorough cleaning good WANTED Mobile Home Axles. Buy JTeaf Estate and Walt
9645764. tfn. fireplace air laundry, 1st &
2nd
INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Mortgage
cooking required. Must GLASS CUT TO: ORDER: workshop attached Paying the best price * * *
help w/two children 8 Doors, windows for good condition axles.' ON THE HOME FRONT
etc. garage. 30's. 964 8483owner Money AvailableWe
POLICIESAT have own transportation JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ( ). 3/26 tfn chg. 964-8331. 9/11 tnchg Forest Heights Rd. loW approx. 15 acres or 30 lots
References also. Call"
WANT used
TO BUYs
964 6078. Orders also PARADISE IN THE PINES purchase existing Call $4 1.500. .. .
964 6539 4/2 llchg.' : typewriter. and adding mortgages. ***
REASONABLE RATES NURSING HOME needs full. 496-3079 taken in and Lake Butler Almost new 2 bedroom machines. Must be In 1320 E. Searing. 1700 sq. ft. home BR 1'/.B, nice lot
- ,, LPN RN foi KeystonsHeights. dream home on 2'/ acres, John Bradley, 96450104tch8 I
t'' "> or nurse working condition. **********
Olin's Mobile 4.J 12 shift., Call 9646220. tfn. 473-4973. 2/24 productive lac. garden; 9645764. tfn 2/12. 4/1-4/n {Conerly Estates Two pretty one acre lots.
109 tnchg new grape arbor; big "- I .5*a a a a.a a
Home SalesFREE RN: Immediate' urgent need.In NEW AND USED WATER workshop and Fill DJHT 1'
QUOTES CONDITIONERS: Sales and utility Little Bedford lake-House I garage-efficiency apt. 120' on j
Starke Excellent
area. Service. Call for free water building. A real pleasureto 4SemITruck 18 Yard j lak. x 425' deep. owner fin.
Phone 964-5606 Truckloads
salary. Call Quality Care analysis and Information see, $31,500. Call David .**.......
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Elaine M. Olin Service (collect)
Agent tnchg Nursing 13758199. 3008 NW 13th 964.5673. 3/12 tfn. Bruce Mills, Realtor $50 per load In StarkeS55 630-434 N. Tempi, I bldg. 5000 sq. ft. another bldg. 6000

_St Gamg, .viHa, Fl. Associate. Evenings, Drivers sq. ft. 250' on 301150.000 owner fin.
I 1/29. MARY KAYCOSMETICS 473-3586. JANET M. STARL. Or Heavy Equipment per load out-of-town .**..**...

Wanted ING REALTOR. 7823931. Operator TOU-M5I*Start' Locally Call: Cardin Bros. 984-6750 Coming up soon Large brick home at the Country Club|

3/19 tfn. 1-SOO-341-M44 __ situated on 1.75 acres, fenced back yard.
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Part-Time Lab TerlI Louise Starling OFFICE FOR RENT M I Lot 42 Sampson lake Shores has light" pot*and septic tank|

Evenings 473-3092 SALE and a Hol Hum) trailer $16,700. Very best fishing!
Weekend coverage and call in. Keystone Heights 600 sq. ft. CH/A W/W university ..........
NEW USED 1
3.B5 nice acres on 301 N for 19150. Highly desirable!
Small AUCTIONDealers Carpet & Panelling Horseshoer finance our own. ...****...
Hospital, Friendly Atmosphere.
473-2735 15 vrs. KIRBYS Lovely, large antique brick ham situated on a beautifully -
Tues. Is now ROYALS landscaped acre In Conerly Estates. A quiet secure

Contact C. JonesLaboratoryUnion Public Frl. customers in EUREKAS lifestyle yet near all convenlences-a beautiful home with

and the everything I
7:30 p.m. HOOVERS ..........
General Hospital 496-2323 counties ELECTROLUX
301 N. of Starke e Readily AvailableCall Attractive, California redwood 1600 sq. ft home with at
e" QUEENS Inched garage solar hot water heater fireplace and 57
-, G & R Construction LOU, 4682790All SEARS acre. of prime property. Owner finance.
work ..........
CARDIN BROS. Your Home Is Where
[Mint condition horn 2244 sq. ft. CHt A cjose\ to schools e
all makes.
I Steve Cardln-Owner, Your Heart Is .. repair shopping. Hev to ._. -, **. is"P roo. .
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/[/964.6750'\ : We-.Tan; remodel, build and shape up your Roger's YOUNG'S Best located motel In town 24 units $169.000) with

1ANDCLEARINC SEPTIC TANKS, home. MOBILE HOMES are ow specialty: and Sine ltS7 '$55.000 down balance financed at low. low Interest

DOZER WORK LARGE & SMALLSEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED ..... Repairs & Washing. 5.55.5 ... 5C 964-6918 ,rates. ..........
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FILL DIRT LIMEROCK OfcAINFIELDS RELAID we';;':' t f" 'FR ':"J t. i ;;;;;; : I SPECIALIZING IN: :3 miles north ol dream 40 of
Developers acres plenty
PONDS DUG FILL DIRT ...................................................... Stark.on US301 near Hampton
limber roads $60,000 with $15.000 down owner will
ROADS BUILT 'SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES. I 964-8653 REROOFING carry mortgage at 12%.
CULVERTS SET & COVERED MOBILE HOMES ..........

Free Estimates BJ I large CB bldg. In goad) condition on one acre approx.

invest In the Best It Saves More HJRM BOAT III RECOVERYROOM 5000 sq. ft. formerly "Moos lodge" just off Rd. 100E

TRUCK SEATS $55,000 terms. ..........

I I I S C 5 ....... Room oT
t.14 Our finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn).
t.4)Lc1.RPJ NOl'tk .ojt'r t)11D&'J74ipJ ,.. ', '.. ,JO South Local Dist. 200 on 301 with 1.61 acres. Use your Imagination Terms.
DA' ,i'\\ Tanner Funeral ..........
ONL1 A. q4t1&ic'lr4'J ,
WorthIngton Springs Restaurant and 2 lots $11.500"rt, I
tAJ IIJ . t=t4..eMS. ... ATTENTION: WOMEN AND MEN ,, .......... i
W0I1Drilling.
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... 9-TP4i ii/T "' ,,",fit ... ..., "t > .. If yoi< wont an opportunity that comes rarely In o '.IFIRIED'rROPIRTlfS >II\,
lifetime then you owe it to yourself to Investigate. *4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees $9,000. I

_... J\J.\ $-r.eAJ'K, .. .. C4Stb4l 6"u'U" I l4D14pc. .._.. 'ti .. .;, '/.,J. If you are above average/CAREER MINDED HOME *40 acres lawtey area $42,000-Owner f Inane*. I'
Cl4c.L oL wJ flf'U i ''I '* 2. Neat Appearance/HIGHLY MOTIVATED ;POLE *New modern, CB store 301 lawtey 52000. Owner fin.
Fast Rotary *Beautiful Benent Rd. 'lot-I33'x250'.
3. Aggressive with
3L'ceA4aI outgoing personality.
1' G& '
A / Drilling Equipment 4. Over 25 (or motore/SELF) STARTER '*5 acres approx. 9 miles west of Starke-St. Rd. 100, .

..... ...IJ. N.I? 5. High School" graduate minimum with working *Lawtey 301-CS: ..aro-I9.5oo.own.fln.1 ,'
faq. 637-7433 1 ; *Lot on I. Call St. tall for details. ,,, .
._ experience or college degree "*235i *71-acr.la... Brownie Rd. *4.0OO/A. 20% down/12, %
coL4eCr .mp. 6. Can be out of town 5 nights per week. ; *404 W Adklns House & 50' 100' lot "
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L& ...... .... ; :lhvfm! > $12,500. 'I
CLAN MILLS PORTRAIT STUDIOS has Immediate homi'wlth
.I' *Plnewoed Drlve-CB carport
# New &'tis'd1SalesPartsService; 'for mature, professional soles-orlntd' women and I *404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely furn. apts. Owner fin. I

RblhJ &, that need to earn 15000.00 and up per year. $175.00 'o'V *Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel carpet.

week while In training and motel 1 *Ham 3 acres In Srooker $51.600 .
I::> JJ.A {'s (\j l1MJEji'41 E&TlnglLPlumbing expenses Sale, ft. A 3
old
) .. ... allowance and corp. benefits. Experience In 125 yr. home(29eO( sq. ) Hampton Ac-$38.500.
LV 171C Ft. Alum.
*Call St. commercial 100'x 190' Owner fin. 9900.
PoBpx7 sales
) jewelry-retail such
7 (.I os: Avon. Tupperware. Boat wI 20
*5.5 I offer.
acres near Presbyt.Church ho.pl.al-mak.
Coventry (*tc.) sales helpful. For p.r.onallnteNI.w
!: trailer 7Vi
.. *20 acres. Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed.
: : *.w.MM.H. John C. Hall TOLL FREE
ii. at 1-800-343-3940, .
__ *43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly' "Bore Skin lodge" 40000. .... ...,
-- New Installation I-800-543-5921 .
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/'aflssV' I'sV''atssM BHLV sssT'' sflisssV' ssft ssl liff/xIM1 commercial on 301-owner fin. 33000. ::;
TRUCKLOAD SALE Remodeling Repairs a.m. 4:30 p.m. *4.7B Acres'Rd. 230A A Wilson Rd. 11700. .
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OF NEW TOOLS .... .---... E.O.E. M/F puppies -5 *Country Club lot leu x :J83'-nice location-$10.COO. !:;

PurrannBPUMP one yr. old *Busy Call A Water St. lot 235' x 16' Owner fin. $19.800.H *,'

5'percup each. *7000 sq. ft. CI bldg. on Rd. 14E Owner fin. ::'j
I *$500 mo. Income four, furn. r.ntol.-Calla Bay 53.000. :i iLarge ;

6 Put Coffee Servicein apt. complex on 301. good cash flow own. fin. :.:
Wednesday April 8 7:00 P.M. & Realtor Associates-After Hours H :3.!

Your Officeor WANTED Wayne I.Douglas. Broker-Salesman 944-4593: ::
Bradford County FairgroundsShow SUPPLY blurgrass bands and Gerrl L.nnon-4".3140 "Rich" Hendrlx-944-8380 ft E':
to with
COMPANY Place of Business sets at perform the Big Country pro Byron Terwlllegor;,'....777' Martha Dorko.782-3397

Arena .......................... '" Festival, Fri.,Sat., Ann.T.rwlll..ar Nelson._ 475-1477 SallyKlllian,44l-2255 ;j
864 N. Maxwell House Coffee Post loth,Flea nth Market llth at Marlene Roberts, ......505 ffl M...

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Hwy. 301 north
Starke Florida of Machine -- ;J:;
Temple Ave. Free Use .All bands ft In ',.
who want to par Huntley
will be auditioned BIG
Starke Fla. Personalized Service ;v
C1II4: IWe will offer for sale at public auction thousands of dollars worth of new .............._,................ during with event profes AU Redf earn's 'EVERYDAYYARDSALE

Brand name heavy duty Industrial tools. There will be many job-lots sold. So all dealers, 964-7061 Call Collect Coffee Break 375-5282 will enter contest dur CES :
wholesalers and salvage buyers be sure to attend. RODAC CP CHICAGO WEN !"dV. ft tsoo In cash prizes .. .:,-
SHOPMATE SSK HERBRAND TRUCRAFT JET BLUELINE EMERSON BUFFALO to winners.I I 473-4340 Fishing Gear ,
I, will also be given .
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VISE GRIP CHANNELLOCK CUMMINS. ; :I
BBABFORD ..'111111..1)11:. '.to Covered perform Wagon on | 473-4252 or Tools(All*Kinds Misc.) .Gear J :

964-7037 U.S. 301 N. Show at a later date. -

SHOP: TOOLS POWER TOOLS AIR TOOLS FARM: SUPPUES Store behind Powell's Tastee Freeze .. at a chance this sensational to show Repairs Of Major (*All Knives Sizes) --,iT..:,

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Air Compressors Heavy Duty 4' 5" and 6" Vices S Channellock Pliers S Porta- .$ _ to Trading Post Clay .
Powers Hand Saws Drill Press Vices Large Machinist Chests Vice Grip Pliers ..\\t\ Route 1. Box 244. -'-Counties-- Bradford Motel Room 17 t.:'
e Bench Model Drill Presses 12 pc. Punch & Chisel Sets Hydraulic,Jacks, 2.20 32 M. (904)! ) 46S-M70 owrenctt Blvd Keystone Starke. Fla. ::,
Ton Floor Model Drill Presses Wrench Sets e 2 Ton Com.A.Longs 3/4"/ 21 pc. flO' -' .;
Socket Sets Air Chisels Steel 100' Measuring Tapes 4 pc. Grooved Plier Sets i4rcr : -- :-
Garden Hoses Orbital' Sanders Air Drills C Air Hammers 1/2"/ Deep Well Impact I ,' ( ) ''' C1JP PJi )' .
Socket 3/8" Impact Drivers Heavy Duty Grinders(C1/210 2 H.P.) C 100' Power Cable Lin* ; 5 I J. F.?
Booster Cables Trouble Lights Screwdriver Sets S 1/2"/ Socket :Sets 25 pc.laox LEON Tour Own.. Boss
End Wrench Sets Angle Air, Ratchets e Air Grinders Battery Chargers Of if you have ::.
Floor Jacks Heavy Duty e 3/4" Impact Socket Sets Truck Tarps S Air Hoses 3/4" PLUMBING.SERVICE
lAir Impact Gear Pullers Power Hack Saws e Air, Impact Wrenches e 8 pc. Sampson City Rood <225) ,. .' ', always dreamed \.
lOeepwell Socket Electrical Tape Welding Hoses 318' & 1/2" Electric Drills,* : 1, 964-6623' Ji of owning'your 1.
jriex flatchets Tap & Ole Sets Pipe Wrench Hi Speed Drill Bits 11 pc. Wrerjch :

|Sets 1/2". & 3/4"/ Impact Socket Sets Hack Saws and Blades ,. .MANY OTHER'. ;I t AIM Spedalisisig a' :&AE .., I own 'appeal business .,.j:
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Bradford High senior Deborah '
Green won the sweepstakes ribbon in "Two. yearS ago Miss Green showed the of, sewing. She won the over-all 4-H Sr,. JI"lle: 3)) Janice Thornton. Sr. .
the senior Junior(Champion heifer and in 1980 junior division Holiday Crafts: 1)) Doll Waters. Sr. Printed I'ublir
division of the 4-H exhibit'at competition year Sr.-Exhibit of Merit 2)) Speech: 21: Sharon
: Jr.
the Bradford County Fair and showed a trio of red ribbon winners. before last. It took her two days and a Lynn' Waters. Framed Picture (Art Media): 1)) Fussell.
grader Melissa May took the honors 6th Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and night to complete her winning project CLOTHING Blaine Sr.! Thornton;3)) Ginger Herndon. Jr. Wuud orklnlC: 11 Derrick O wil)
Mrs. tanley Green of the Framed Picture (Art :MrdiuU: ) and Jamey Carver
'_ in the junior division. Brooker this year. Sr. Tote-Bag : 2)) Brian Whitehead:
area. The family about or Handbag 3) Sharon Janice Thornton 2)) Sherry Herndon. JI) Run Wmhiirt.
Miss Green took the ribbon with averages Melissa attends Bradford Middle Fussell.Sr. /.
i -' Dairy Quiz Board She did a eight shows a year, culminating with School Blouse Jr. Mosaic: 2)) Lisa Mosely.Sr. Sr. \tood rking: 1)) Bruce Howard
not get to the or Shirt: 1))Sharon Fussell. Macrame' 1)
: Brenda
:=1 show her real talents this Bradford County Fair Ribbon winners in the 4-H Divisionare Jr. Skirt: 2)) Deena Cox. Buwek Doll Ken Howard and Robert Whitehead; 2.<
I; because they did not have dairy year Melissa 11, got to use her mother's listed below. 1) means a blue rib- Jr. Piece: Outfit 1)) Melissa Waters., Donna Mowry and Randy Star! Tony Anderson Jamey Whitehead and
cow May (Jr. Ing
;= competition. Miss Green has been new Singer Touch Tronic sewing bon, 2)) a red ribbon, and 3)) a white Best Overall> Jr.: Monroe lleriulon.. 3)) Hurry Carlton,
:: showing cows for four machine to make her 3-piece tennis ribbon: Decoupage: 3)) Travis Werre. Jr. Eggs: :: 21) Paul Kuwik and Donna
years in 22 outfit Jr.-Ceramicw: 1))John ,
shows. "I still did which includes a solid blue skirt Reichert Susan Wimberiy3)Terry; ) Whiteheud
:;: ing dairy cows," said something Miss Green.involv and solid blue shorts and a contrasting BAKED PRODUCTSJr. Jr. Wall IIOUSEIIOLD ARTS Peugh, 2)Tommy) Balkcom Melissa May Sr.> Eggs: : II Bruce Howard. i\\ Ken
Hanging: 1)) Annette and Keith Moody; 3)) Stephanie KinK .
top. Howard
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: Deborah showed Candies 1)) Sara Crews and Balkcom,
two blue
Amy Black.
ribbon The daughter of Joe and Peggy Suzanne Tammy Moody, Sr.Ceramics: 1))Joy Carlton and Ran- Sr.l'rojl'l'l I of :Merit\ : 11 I Deborah
dairy cows In the Florida State Fair. Dyal;2))Tammy Tatum. Sr. 1)) Melissa May Keith Moody and Lisa Green
Reichert, dy Starling; 2)) David Reichert.Jr. .
Melissa
Is in her third year Deborah Green. (Best Overulll! ) and Tony AndersonDeborah .
Mosley 2))
f ; Tammy Peeples; 3) Donna Crocheted Articles: i 1)) Tammy
Sr. Cookies: DRandy) Starling and Peeples, Tommy Balkcom and Daniel Peeples
Deborah Green, 2)) Lynne Water. Carlton.Sr. .
; Bobbie Jr. Brownies: 1)) Sara Crews.Sr. Walillan.lngs: DKim) ( Whiteheadand Peeples.Jr. embroidered Articles;: 1)) Tammy k

Wike Winner -Cupcakes: 2)) Robert Thomas.Sr. Donna Mowry; 2)) Tony Andersonand Sr. Nvedlepoinl: 1)) Doll Waters. ,.
; Cakes (Iced)): II Bruce Howard.Sr. Janice Thornton; 3)) David Reichert. Jr.
Miscellaneous
: 1)) Tammy Tatum
Cakes(Decorated: )Ken Howard, Jr. Holiday Crafts: 1)) Travis Werre, 2)) Donna Peeples Sheryl Cl
: In 2)) Donna Moody and Sherry Herndon. and Timmy Coleman 3)) Wimberly. An-
i Canned Products Jr. Plea: 2)) Lisa Mosley and Ginger rte./ ; Tammy Moody. nette, Balkcom Tammy Moody, Melissa r
May Tammy
Herndon. Peeples; 31) Tommy
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Jr.-Exhibit of Meril: 21) Lynne Waters; Balkcom David DeLoach and Amy Ben
jar of miniature dill pickles made 3)) Doll Waters. son.Sr.
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Miscellaneous
: 2)) Joy Curllon.
iF Mrs. Bobbie Wike of
Lawtey won
Barry Carlton and
Sharon Fussell
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sweepstakes ribbon,her second in BREADSJr. Debbie Moody.IIOKTKlLTlKr. U A
years, in the Canned Products Muffins: 11)Sara Crews.Jr. .
in the Home Division Other Quick Breads: 1))) Stephanie
1L4; of the 1981 county fair. King. Jr. :Son-t'lo"erlnlC : Green
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Wike crochets, knits, sews, Is nette Balkcom. ) An
, ; accomplished photographer,and a CANNED: PRODUCTS; br. :NIMI-r'lowtrinK Houseplants
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i cook, according to her Sr. Vegetables: 1)) Doll Waters and Deborah Green 2)) :
{> & ,Barbara. Mrs. Wike has six Lynne Waters; 2)) Janice Thornton.Sr. kr. Cactus ;& .Sui Randy cult'Starling Curd: of Thanks
r nix 11
in canned products, five of .. Fruits: 1)) Lynne Waters; 2))Janice Balkcom. : Randy
won blue ribbons,on display at Thornton. :flay vie lake tinincthoil. nl Ih.'iik
tj fair this) week. Jr. Pickles/ReliHheN/ 1)) Lisa Mosley.Sr. I Green.Jr.Sr. .- Hanging Baskets: I II) Deborah iiiK iHirnciiihlMiiHtiiul, li'ii'iicK bur lit 'u"

before last Mrs. Wike won the .- 2)) Janice Thornton.Jr. Terrariums: 2)) John Rrichert. Jl) knul/ expulsions dl >>ni.illu| > in :inn
ribbon with pickled Marmalades & Jams: 1)) Stephanie Tommy Balkcom. ; boriM, ( \enuMit These expulsionh.iv : *-
Last year she had 16 entries in King.Sr.. ; c> been''a'p1)|)' "PI"'l'l'lall'd.| i
1)) Sheila Anderson and Deborah r'.unilit'sol
canned products and won 14 blue IISnU.tOl'S: ; l'K Jkt; 'TS
Mis: ( .
Green. Melissa May oII1I11III') I/t"'' Mutnoi i inn
Sr. Recreation. : 1)) Debora Green, 2))
winners in the canned pro- Tony Anderson and Kenny Howard
1'iill 1- competition are listed
r a blue ribbon 2) a red ribbon
3)) a white ribbon.


ti Smith; 3)) Edna Norton. ESTABLISHED 1904

CANNED : 1)) Bobbie Wike; 2)) Lynd j
PRODUCTS
? VEGETABLES ; 3)) Edna Norton.
: 1)) Edna
; Beans: 1)) Bobbie Wike: 2)) Norton.
;*.Sullivan; 3)) Barbara Smith. YOUTH )
Lynn Waters. REdnSIIES
'; Corn 3)) : 2)) ; 31) Bobbi
: Lynda Sullivan.
OVER 150 STORES SERVING THE SOUTHEAST
: Tomatoes: 1)) Edna Norton;, 2)) / '
>Sullivan. YOITII:3)) Lynn Waters. : 1)) Bobbie Wike.
Okra: 3)) Lynda Sullivan. '*!: 2)) Edna Norton. YELLOW TAG' SALE '
l'eaM: 3)) Lynda Sullivan. PRESERVES Sale April 2nd, 3rd & 4th
: 21) Edna
; Polalociu 1)) Lynda Sullivan. Norton. .
Squash: t'OtTIl 3) Lynn Waters. : 1)) Edna Norton.
Miscellaneous: 1)) Bobbie Wike;2)) : 2)) Barbara Balkcom.
JAMS Open: 8:30-6:00: Thur.-Sat.
Norton: 3)) Lynda Sullivan. YOUTH:
Lynn Waters. : 1)) Edna Norton. D
: 2)) Lola Johnson.
FRUITS
Berries 2)) Edna : 2)) Bonnie King.
: Norton. : : _
Pears: 1)) Edna Norton, 2)) Rita 2)A : 2)) Camille Whitaker. (
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: 1)) Lola Johnson.
PICKLES .. '
Bread & Butter: 1)) Edna Norton. JELLIES D
Cucumber: 1)) Edna Norton. : I)Sandra. O'Brlant Johnson; :.1)) "I'( I"Vii, 'fI. \ :t 1 Group from the
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I Dills: 1))Bobbie Wike Best in Show; ) : 2)) Edna Norton. i 1.i e t People Who

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pkin bread is over-all
sweepstakes winner in Baked Assort
ducts on display this week at 1/2
Bradford County Fair
This is the first time Mrs.
a Starke resident, has won
sweepstakes ribbon at the county .
home division competition.
Johnson is a familiar figure at -b'yic' price

fair, helping to erect displays f yYr eta
clOlhmg and'foods/ each 'vear
manning booths during the[all" e
['Amy Tyson's cake is the winner __
th'e youth judging in Baked ProductsThis 25-offonaII,
is the lust' lime Amy has
anything in the fair.

1; HVkKUI'KODCCTSlOuick ; aoo.. Bicycles in Stock
'llrc'udni 1))) Lucille Godwin; ,.S'a'M .
Stfnya/ Baldree;31) Edna Norton.,YOU 1I 1'
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Ufonya Thompson e lrs. Lola Johnson r r

i lirbhiiw f :r1uftY") Y'OCT11:2)Breads: )Ij)Cindy Lola Johnson (.Bi-:, / f'\\}whifakWt-3. > Lola Johnson:'. 25% off :on':all! Hamilton leach

nirUNt Breads *,: Rolls: II) (cut-nut"): oOTjl) 1)) Sean Start:,

Wjiitakcr) ; 2)) Bonnie King; 3)) .. ,.
Johnson. : lJapice, ( Goatso.pnt! J1).SoW' Small Appliance fixer or Box.
:Plain CakcH.YOITII: ,Amy ; 3)) Lucille Godwin! r r r
(Best Overall) >::2)) Fay Crouse. : ; :- .
Specialty (Cake': 1) Ruth Harris. unusual use of dtrawEerrles Ir i Blenders Coffee Pots I Irons [Spring*
product: 'IF Camille Whitafter 2 '
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