Bradford County telegraph
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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 9, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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'' rtY Tire Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

HUntl. Year STAKKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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1Itr,'''' Overturning ( the Bradford classification providing for concrete Whether the Board of Adjustment
fA" County Zoning Boar( the County plants, It was necessary first to approves or denies the request' the
\ :: Commission in two 4-1 decisions Mon- rezone the property from Open Ruralto concrete plant issue will go back to
day, voted to approve rezoning of a Industrial the only classification the County Commission again for
V .", South US-301 site from Open Rural to under which a special exception may final approval or rejection "t i the
t" I (Industrial)), and a North 301( site be granted for such use. Under a special exception request.If .

....._....'.'. ti'JI', from Open Rural to Commercial. special exception the proposed 6'/i the Commission rules in f.i I' <>r of
....... ..\'.....'- ."/","' The Zoning Board on March 31, acre site could be used for no other the exception as it did in favor .If[ the
t'r L L:44r .' VI voted 4-1 against rezoning both sites. purpose than a concrete plant. rezoning to industrial use on the property

Generating heated opposition, the Next step in the complicated protesting Deer wood residents
South 301 reversal paved) the way for special exception procedure will be may still seek redress in a legal suit
Scott Whitehead's upcoming applica for applicant Whitehead to apply at Commissioner Maxie (Carter Jr
: : tions to the Board of Adjustment for a the April 28 Zoning Board meeting for made the motion Monday to reverse
}1; special exception permitting construction another vote by the zoners recom- the Zoning Board's decision seconded -
and operation of a "batch" mending approval (or disapproval) of by Lawrence Mosley, and carried!l4
a. : concrete plant on a site near the: Deer- the special exception. Their to 1, with Homer Hart and chairmanE.L.
'1i I wood residential development. recommendations will go to the Boardof (Nook) Norman also voting/ tor
,,M14. Since the county zoning code has no Adjustment. reversal. Commissioner E.W. IIndgl'
; r e 4 ., cast the single vote to uphold the ZonIng -
Board's recommendation.
Before casting his vote to reverse
New BCH AdministratorIs the Zoning Board, Commissions, .
Mosley stated he would file a contlu..'
of interest statement. He later Ink!
., ; I I The Telegraph the statement was I filed -
--- Marianna Man. 42
.. r because of his recent purchase
.., the truck stop property Irom Ronnie
...:. # : Newman in the same vicinity as I ho
,. .. \ Clajton E O'Steen, 42, of Marianna vtr' proposed concrete plant
,:. ." was named administrator ol( Following the vote. Carter reaped( II
i1'.J -' Bradford County Hospital at a verbal barrage from irate residentof
I. ;; i a s p rAt meeting of the trustees Monday night. Deerwood. a subdivision several..
:. O'Steen will succeed David Libby hundred feet from the proposed plant!
demanding the commissioner s
present administrator, on May 1.
reasons for voting to reverse the Zoning -
." ". .. A contract, transferring manage-
ment of BCH from Methodist Founda- Board's recommendation. Carter
lion, Inc. to Alachua General replied, "If I lived out there I would
Hospital, Gainesville, was signed by probably feel like you do," but in
State Science Fair... Curtis Sanders acting chairman of sisted that "I've got to look at it !from

and Vickl Carver The State the trustee board, t'ffectivelay! 1. a countywide standpoint. If 301 isn't
..This week are Bradford High and Suwannee Valley Parado. Duffy commercial I don't know
Region science fair winners (l-r) : KneelingTammy Science Fair is being held at Bayshore High School In The new administrator, with his property
wife and what is, ana I don t see anything
Barnes. Mike Whiffen. and Kelll! Carver.StandingRandy Bradentoh. daughters, are presently with that location."
house-hunting in Starke where\ they wrong
will reside. A native of Lakeland, he M The Commissioner added, "In my
nrtttended ,the University of Florida opinion I'm looking after the people
Vie f orS ate'41onor', 'i\\wJ received a RachelorpfScfepce in and drew a quick'' response, "Yon're"
ents:,; : t Bud iessAdministrationdtgreefromFlo protecllnJT'otily one small group.
'Ji"ir 'da Southern College and a Other spokesmen for the Deerwood
opposition posed the threat of defeatat
., Six award-winning Bradford High System" was judged the top project in Kelli Carver "How Environmentalscience fro Master Medical of Hospital College Administration of VII'glllla'sSchool the polls the next time the four
students are in Bradenton atthe BItS fair and regional fair and has and Diet Affect Egg Yolk Color" of commissioners run for reelection.see .
Hospital Administration in
tendin the State Science Fair. won Whiffen a trip to the Interna- -
tional Science Fair set May 11-16 in The six I BHS students left Wednesday June 1968. His last administrative Concrete Plant.... l'.3A
The six have battled their way Milwaukee with students from Union High position was with Jackson Hospital in
through the BUS Science Fair, the Randy Parado was second runnerS and Lake Butler Middle School to Marianna.Mr. Clayton E. O'SteenNew
Regional Science Fair, and havequalified : up in BUS competition and fourth) best travel by school bus to Bradenton. O'Steen is a member of the BCII Administrator Inside...
to compete in the state fair in regional competition with his study They are expected to return to Starkeat Marianru Rotary Club, Elks C'lub
Bayshore High School in Bradenof the properties of spring water at late Saturday. and Country Club. His hobbies include management to Alachua General. Two Sections
ton. The six are:' different depths. Accompanying the students are hunting, fishing, and tennis He has Depending on prices submitted for SECTION A

Mike Whiffen top winner at the Vicki Carver "Graphology and BIIS science instructors Sandy Smith been active in civic affairs and servedas the work a contract will be awardedto News . .:.. . Pages 1A-3A
BUS and regional fairs with his proSpeech Patterns. Do They Correlate and Jerry McGriff and UHS science president of Jackson County one of the following firms: Davis, Editorial. . . . Page 4A
ject on getting extra mileage with a with I.Q.?" instructors Marie Woodley and Ralph Guidance Clinic for three years. Monk, and Farnsworth Starke; Society . . Pages SA&6A
modified carburetor he tried out on a Pamela Duffy, "Hemispheric Walker. During Monday night's brief Puris-Gray & Co., Gainesville; and Correspondence. Page 7A&SB
car and a lawnmower. The project Specialization and Optical Illusions." The school systems are meeting the trustees selected three James Moore & Co. also of Sports. . Page 8&9AJ1&12A
entitled "More Efficient Combustion Tammy Mann, "Cleaning Motor Oil for the lodging of the students plusresponsible$25 auditing firms as candidates for the Gainesville. Legalsa Real Est.Page 10A&11A
.Via a Redesigned Carburetion for U&-Use." meal money. BCH work following the change in Marcus Drewa, president of SECTION B:

Methodist Foundation attended the Briefs.. . .n. . . Page 4B
meeting and said everything possible Obituaries. . . . Page SB
would be done to ensure an orderly Classifieds. . . Page 8B&9B

, Santa Fe Swamp Sold to Georgi ElPacificDwellers transition IJpon! to Alachua motion from General.Methodist of trustee management Lucile

... '-' Green a resolution will be adopted ij:be (Sawa!; Crier(
In a $3,514,000 transaction believed muck.peat content. Bill McVicker, feeding water back Into the lakes, absorbing are currently circulating commending Drewa and Libby for
to be the largest in Bradford County woodlands manager for Georgia- their overflow in flood petitions requesting the Departmentof progress during the past three yearsof
history, Hudson Pulp and Paper Co., Pacific's Southern Division In periods, and feeding water back into Natural Resources to consider purr management by the Methodist
a wholly owned subsidiary of Augusta Ga. said the company's the lakes in time of drought. The Lake chase of "this vital public asset.' Foundation.
Georgia-Pacific Corp. exercised its primary reason for buying the swamp
option Monday to purchase 5,316 is for its peat content. The muck 4\I.jj;
acres of the Santa Fe Swamp in Brad- when dried out can be used as fuel to 3
ford County. generate power as is already being Red Gold Flowing in Berry
Documentary stamps on the two done In Ireland Finland, and the
deeds conveying the property from Soviet Union, according to McVicker.The .
the owners, Thomas M and Dorothy x a Local strawberry growers are still looking forward to a Y
K.McMillan of Charlotte N.C., total- muck is about 90 percent water prime year from the red gold that flows from local fields
ed$14.056.40, indicating a sale price of which can be reduced to 30 to 50 per this time of year. J.
approximately $660 per acre. cent water after pressing and drying.. e\ Growers are selling all they pick at $8-9 per flat. Most
McVicker said. A large amount of the berries are selling locally, a few are going to Jacksonvilleand
peat which is said to' burn cleaner Gainesville.
than coal will likely be used supply "I'm making a lot of people happy this year" said Mor-
>ana Fevamp / energy for Hudson s mill at Palatka, ris Carter Jr. about his 5 acres of Sequoias just off SR-16 J .UUPAY,APRIL?
and the corporation's new plywood & north of Starke. DAV STARKE CHAPTE'RMeefmq7JO
plant near Hawthorne. Just beginning to come in heavy, Bradford berries are p.m
ARKS benefitting from the cool weather that allows them to Pratt SI. Rec. Center
Obtaining the peat will be a mining 4S rl>r l reach maximum size before ripening. The rain has even .. . .
R process and according to spokesmenof 1 been good to the growers, being just enough so they do not KIWANIS CLUB BANQUET
the Suwannee River Water 1i J have to irrigate but not so much the berries rot. Western Steer Steak House
an wAt,00 Management District, will be Sandra and Buddy Norman with a 10 acre field all their 7:00 P.M.
designated as a D.R I. (Developmentof own. along with an 8 acre patch split between Buddy and Paul Cameron TV-4
OAl4 YIIL[ SANTA Regional Impart) since it affects Clayton Strickland are looking forward to a very good As Special Guest
two counties, Ala -hiu and Bradford. year. Their 500 flats of prime fruit picked each day are Tickets 57.00

sin Obtaining the necessary permits for a selling easily in the local markets of Jacksonville and .- -. .. .. .
n D,K I. Is a lengthy and expensive process Gainesville. MONDAY, APRIL 14 _
which must be borne by the "They're doing real good right now. If the good weather BROOKER COUNCIL
developer.Since 7464S4 continues, the season will probably last six to eight weeks. Meeting 7:30 p.m.
The quality is extremely good and the berries big," says .
the swamp Is part 011 the Santa Sandra Norman. TUEDAYAPRIL14HAMPTON

Fe River headwaters system and is a Leon Starling, very pleased with his 6'4-acres of Se- COUNCIL
tributary to the Suwannee River, the quoias and Florida Belles, said he is doing better than last Meeting-7i0
SRWMD recently renewed efforts to year. lie is displeased that Bradford County no longer hasa . .p.m.
have the swamp purchased under the strawberry sale.

state program for which Gov. Bob : Lloyd Griffis with S acres and Luther Milliard with 8 BUARC 7:30 Meeting.
Graham is seeking an additional .. acres both indicated the season is going good for them, p.m.Sunshhse Acres
The vast swamp, often described as $300.000 for protecting endangered with the cool nights and warm days helping the berries."If .
impenetrable, has defied several ear wetlands over the next few years. it's a Bradford County berry you can be pretty sure
ly attempts to work it for timber, and Bradford County Commissioners, endorsed its going to be good." said County Agent Bobby Taylor
in recent years has been eyed by the purchase by resolution in when asked how to pick out good quality fruit.
conservationists for possible purr 1977, and this week voted to renew .With transportation costs up sharply the increased cost rf ; <
cruse by the state under Its en- their request. for stale- purchase: the of bringing in California berries has guaranteed a larger
dangered In tm l land. slice of the market for the Bradford rower, indicated R.ali<.r.*
the swampland coin have been purchased Mining or other development of the ..,.r Taylor. The season in Plant City will be winding down ((904)) 782 3931'
by the state for $250 an acre, swamp is Viewed with alarm by properly t soon cutting off a large share of competition for the local LOTS ACREAGE
but was given a low priorityon the endangered DEAlIRfiJt'iJdtr
owners on Big and Little Santa a .'-'L"': berries. ,
: lands list because there was Ff hikes who fear adverse affects on The succulent delights are selling for around $9 per flat
no apparent threat of development or these bodies of water if the swamp Is Packin'em Pretty... on the side of the road. Some growers are selling single .
commercial expIpilaUqn>tthat time disturbed. Harold Hill president of flats for around$8 in the field. LogHomes
The energy crunch HaTapparently' 'the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers association Hkrnevu Itbby puts finbMiiK touch*on a flat of prime Just remember buy berries before they run out since
chllllled'lhe"t' "'Interest-1 In the 'says the'' swamp controls the Bradford tlrawbrrrles on Norman' Farm on 8H-m., they only last until about the end of April or early May.
swamp from' Its timber,"'' ouch of ''water1 level'hI' the.lakes, absorbingtheir Grawen report beretsl' *are beginning to ripen hi quanlMly Also remember that the best eating berries can be> had Hwy. 301 N. P O. Bo 1286-
which is so-called"scrap" trees, to Its overflow' life flood periods, and and ibex art picking every day. late In the season when they are t too ripe t to ship. '(Jwl.,, .FI.. 32050I




Fane 2A TELEGRAPH April a.. I9SI

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A new posilon called "director ot; rlcultim and Inst>uction. I'i t Bradford Middle School. gram Coordinator My{n i l, LAu Rahn, > : ,;11..tnOEbii< .Elementary. Soul hsideElel BITS The students, : iss' Hamiltonaid

personnel and student services" was Lennard Register, director of William McRae, BMS assistant 'i1'i i ; Stare ,le., BradfordMiddle\ ( had heard the progra'lJs\ goingto
recommended by Supt. Tom Casey operations. principal. :' ,, Approved construction {School and A-Building, on f< survey of .discontinued.. ;! ; ''IJj.,J
but the Bradford School Board tabled Michael Reddish director of Charles E. Francfs, principal ''of. and called for documents construction, ,needs and ((0 ,better
the administrative staffing chart until business. Starke Elementary School. classroom size frame bids on a double- :enable, the board to set priorities for Was told by Gene Tanner that a
the 'iipcoming Apr. 20 meeting. David Smith, coordinator of com Jesse J. Moore, Jr. al'' of building for the the 1980-81 construction funds Of some leak that occurs when a pilot light
Supt Casey did not list a name for munity services. Southside Elementary School. profoundly at mentally the middle retarded, (PMR) 250000.! goes out and allows raw gas into a
11It'11.\\ position when recommending Carl Clark, coordinator of special Charles H. Hall, principal of program school. Bids classroom has not been fixed. The
will be at
Mm new post at the March 30 meeting. programs. Lawtey Elementary School. opened 7 p.m. April 20 in the board and administration decided to
Vhe school board approves the staffing Myrna Lou Rahn, coordinator of Connie M. Clark, principal of office architect Craig Salley in : Delayed returning two semi take the issue up with architect Craig
,i-hart but the superintendent has federal programs. Hampton Elementary School.. The school board trailers to the county. The school l Salley. .
the prerogative to staff the post, once Dolores Morgan, coordinator of Robert G. Paterson,II I. principal of especially hid on this invites small local contractors to board has been using the on-the-road trailers to
the position is approved. food service. Brooker Elementary School. project. haul limerock during Was told by school board Attorney
'Without a staffing chart I move Lawrence T. Oglesby, direction of Marion A. Payne, Sr., data process truck driver instruction, but there are Richard Welty the board has no
the board table this until the next vocational education, and director of ing officer, a half-time position.In Awarded bids on furniture for. several weeks in each course and recourse but to pursue through the
meeting," moved Board Member Arthur vocational-technical school, both half- Lawtey Elementary to ,two firms: students are in the classroom no courts loss of material in the former
Gaskins, and the board agreed. time positions. other action at the !March 30 Clay Tousey and Pyramid. lime rock is hauled. The administration Starke Building Supply building. His
refused to
Supt.Casey said the deadline for approving Millard Brown, principal of adult meeting, the school board: said the county has registered letter was unanswered,
the administrative chart is education.F. Called for bids, to be opened at the keep the trailers in good repair Welty said.
April :!4, so the board could delay a James Duncan, principal of Was told that $53,000 In new !May board meeting, for demolition of recommended returning them to the
decision! until the April 20 meeting. Bradford High School. federal funds for the Title I (remedial oM A-Building. The school board has county Board member Arthur Was told by BMS Principal Dewey
Casey: s proposal, including the new Charles Thomas, BHS assistant kindergarten instruction) have been about made its mind up to tear down Gaskins wondering if communica McKinney that work needs to be done
position but not the superintendent's principal. received, enough to bring the pro- ,the classroom building built during tions have broken down on either side, on the emergency lighting system in
position, lists 19.5 administrators. Charles F. Hall, BHS assistant prin- gram into the black for the school I he Depression, but first wants to find asked to talk to county commis- the middle school, which has never
Current adminstrators are: cipal. year. The program budget went from out what the demolition will cost. The sioners first, and the return was ,worked properly. Parts of the school
Lucille Payne, director of cur- Dewey McKinney, principal of $298,000 to $351,000, according to Pro- hoard recently walked through delayed. were in darkness when city electricitywas

Listened to JROTC Cadet Colonel off over three hours recently. The
Latana Hamiltion, commander of the board told McKinney and Director of

I Will the County Have to Build a New Jail? several Tornado March other Battalion 30 meeting cadets; were say to protest attendingthe she and termination sure cedures Operations certain are Lennard proper followed maintenance Register before to writing make pro- I

of the JROTC program at anyone about faulty equipment.

""mgll1 the jailhouse blues these Sheriff Reddish notes. dish asked for and got a fifth Agreed to close a road on'the
d. '. Bradford county commissioners The same set of rules applies to employee at the jail, a female work- Melvin Smith property in Lawtey. No
are wondering if the 1981 state county jails as to state prisons, the ing the 11-7 shift as communications one appeared to protest at the public
legislature is going to require them to sheriff points out, saying he thinks not officer. The jail is the communications hearing required by law. EQUITY LOANS
build a new jail. many people are aware of that. base for the entire county and
A new jail. will cost the county up- Talk now is what part of new jail the fifth person is necessary to free Took three bids for a bookkeeping Up to $25,000on
w. ds of $1 million. County construction the state will bear, the the jailer to carry out his duties computer under advisement for
lawmakers see it taking two to three sheriff says. A move is under way around the jail the sheriff said. 'valuation by Chairman Norman 1 st 2nd
nulls of taxes above the current 10 now for the state to pick up at least "This board realizes you've been Clerk Brown, and CPA Pat Farn- or MortgagesLet
null cap also set by the state, to part of the cost of new jails. doing a fantastic job with the jail," worth The bids were from Burroughs '
iiiuince a new jail. The sheriff's office and jail are the said Chairman Nook Norman. Com Corp$38,953, NCR $77,667, and Southern Discount Company be your
Nothing is finalized yet," Sheriff last parts of the criminal justice total- missioner E.W. Hodges moved to approve IBM $4\1,439.! total finance company. We specialize in a
Oolph/ Reddish told commissioners ly county funded. The state pays the additional employee; the HOMEOWNERS LOAN PLAN that can
Moml.i.v. April 6. "Rules and regulation judges' salaries, state trial courts vote was unanimous.In Heard Harold Hill, chairman of the ft :, provide you with a large amount of money :
-- arc in the final stages of being and the salaries of state attorneys and Santa Ke Lake Dwellers Association, r without disturbing your present mortgage
adopted\, in the next couple of months public defenders, Reddish notes. other action at the April 6 protest the sale of the Santa Fe in any way!
i m ure rules will be adopted and we The thing that hurts the Bradford meeting, the county commission: swamp as a source of muck for fuel ,
-ill know what we're facing." court system is that about 2/3rds of lor .icorgia-Pacific. Commissioner a Use this money for bill consolidation home

Ftiddford is currently operating the cases are prison connected.The Approved a memo signed by Chair- I IvVV Hodges said the area will need improvement such as room additions, a new
with a 30-ear-old jail built before county jail has a capacity of 21, man Norman asking courthouse I tIle water 10 to 20 years from now, and .. car, boat,swimming pool or any of the other
,K -nt day rules and regulations and an average inmate load of about employees to use the Sun-Corn lines that the swamp is a valuable --'- things you've been wanting! We can make it :
-.'" in effect. Question is, says 15, the sheriff notes. One of the big- Instead of calling long distance by recharge source for the Floridan ac- happen!
.to> >itf Reddish, what its going to gest problems is civil jail sentencesfor regular operator. The county pays quiler, ,
isi in oring t the 30-year-old jail up to child support. A move is on in $395 for three Sun-Corn lines and this Right now, decide how much cash you need,
pr sent day standards state courts to get families off the month also paid $495 in long distancetoll then stop in or phone us. That all haveto
fr monde feasibility of whether to welfare rolls by making husbands charges. THI BRADFORD do just that simple! You'll be surprisedhow you
i,>III a structure 30 years old and br- assume support duties. The jail "This past month it looks like COUNTY TELEGRAPH easy it is to arrange your loan and how
i it up to standard, or to start from sentences for non-support are sheriff) everybody went out of their way to Pub l.h.d ovary Thuridoy small your monthly payments can be with
id h and build a new jail is what five months and 29. days, the make long distance calls on Sun at U'W. Call 5trt 1st and 2nd mortgages. .
tin t county commission must con- notes. Com," said zoning director L.M. Stark., Florida 320t1 .:
Hici Sheriff Reddish says. Thing most sheriffs are afraid of. Gaines who has been put in charge of
\\' Mil standards have been ap- Reddish says, is getting caught between teaching courthouse employees how Second Clots postag paid at Your house be loaded with cash! ::
piI'd by the Department of Correc- state rules for an improved jail to use the telephone system. The Stark, FloridaSubscription may simply
11 anti now must be submitted to and a reluctance on the part of county memo urges employees who do not v\HlV fM FURTME MnUUnat C.llar iliil aiit' frUnil. } staff t.'.".
the state Legislature, which convened commissions to pay for the changes.The know how to use the Sun Com systemto Ratst .:
Tuesday for approval. Some rather sheriff operates the jail, but the ask somebody who does know. In trod.or.oi 'tOO p.r yar SOUTHERN DISCOUNT COMPANY
dramatic changes in jail standards county commission is responsible for S3.00 six months *

have been adopted by DOC, primarily it, the sheriff points out. Were invited, and accepted, to ride "'%
'11'if need by federal court decisions, In the annual Shrine Parade set May Outild trod.aroa $10.00 p.r year 964-5010 116 M. Walnut St., Stark

In another jail matter, Sheriff Red- 23. $5.50 six months ......,li _Cad! lf.4JI |.Uo). Oar.f Hit flMMbl,ni... .l HKMt M..M&I NiNwul. (..,.."..
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Laurie Tries to "Make, ITiingsLive", f'-. &

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by Judy Becker'It' the Starke Senior Troop Advisor and
is the Neighborhood Program Consultant .
s Mrs. Mullins. Those are her and Leadership Trainer She has I!
shoes' This was one of the comments received Scoutings' Outstanding
overheard in Laurie Mullins' Leadership Award. More special to
startled kindergarten room at her was the engraved loving cup pur
Southsidc. Elementary last fall when chased for her by her Junior Scouts Congratulations
her students came back from P.E. to ? with pennies they collected."It .
find a witch in their classroom. _
is an honor to me to have former
students and scouts choose teachingas
'times are but one way Laurie
a career or become'a scout leader
sun' makes learning meaningfulf
When a student of mine receives an
I I r students. In addition to the
award or recognition I feel as thrilledas
.' 1 'i her students also meet aim
P and Mary Washington, a parent". Laurie Mullins, who has
ge's mother, who tells the wide- been teaching in Bradford County IlJ i
1 pupils stories about her son. since 1954, can claim nine Bradford :

vii' /Mullms, whose hobbies in- County teachers as former students .
Five of her former scouts
li needlework, music, and nature are now ,
,I' s, plans her classroom programarou leaders or assistant leaders. v'I ) :
'I I ,1. :IIS5 I. nsIi
ii t several social studies or A native of Ocala,. Florida, 'where I I q

science units. When the class studies s: she was her high school's valedic i II III Ih1,1Y ? .,11rl/ [{r r},; 0 .It {2.alasw
Indianthey make a life-sized teepeeon : torian
Mullins earned degreesfrom 10) t n>i iwl
he playground and wear Indian b't l
,'t" : iht
Duke I "IhoJl )1 I '
University in ,Durham
costumes During their unit, the ,
plant r. 11r" II North Carolina, and from .Auburn 'Year/' '; I" !",,' I I rl
student nd plant finally a pick garden, cook, watch, and eat itrirov y' .>> University in Auburn,.Alabama. She l 'A Gift For Many

I II) ""*n crops.y became a member of Kappa Delta Pi :

to make things live for the Education Honorary at Duke'and 01 f" "' '
st its whenever possible"! Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Honorary LTU'2r'd .
.* .1, respected by her colleagues, at Auburn. She has taken further

Lunr Mullms has served on several graduate work In the field of Early j .. ..
state'\'\ .,le kindergarten committees Childhood at the .University ot I I
;is well, as many county committees Florida. CHESTS SALE .
Florida Department of Education +,( "
i -o'l'.lly appointed her to a StatewideArt *a Laurie Mullins is married to Dr H. PRICED. ,
f ..mmlttee to study the art and S. Mullins of Starke. Their three "

miiM program in kindergarten. Sheis children. Rob, Glenn and Patty all CEDAR
member of the Southside
-.c. from
graduated Bradford High si4995
l'l \ having served as their first School.
tn rer and has been a buildingr" Laurie MullinsTeacheroftheMonth
tentative for the Bradford ;III.
: Mrs. Mullins felt that one positive Chests of solid cedar by MURPHY. ,
i u ,ition Association Alpha Delta attribute of the Bradford County also world famous LANE chests!.'
Teachers' Sorority elected her School System is that instructors are
n i .Trent chaplain. Ministries, United Methodist Women, given a greater chance here to experiment -
of education, Laurie and the choir. She has been a Sunday and to try new ideas and that ..
Mull\ !I& it, very active in the First school teacher for nearly every age they are encouraged to run the gamut
Uiiit'd I Methodist Church of Starke level as well as Sunday school of what they can do. Laurie Mullins is
when she is the chairman of the superintendent.For an innovative teacher who takes that
Work Area of Education, a member of 15 years Mrs. Mullins has beena extra step to make learning mean- cli? r. 4t.
the Administrative Board, Council of Girl Scout Leader. She is presently ingful for Bradford County students, .

Slarke City Council Budgets .


$ .sO50 for Summer Recreation

:, j.' A cedar chest should perform

:pr a brief discussion the Starke At the Z'a double.duty. In addition to
suggestion of Commissioner of $1,000 for the Edwards Itoad expanding the
Ci, f irrmsion voted unanimouslyto Bobby Milner, Jr.. the board is going recreation complex. room, it should storage be space of a
'I l its current budget, to pro- to contact the county to assist in fun of a coordinating
Viil t,:).iO for the city summer ding the program. About 55 percent of Recently the Civitan Club gave the piece furniture that enhance
the decora
roc 1 program, at its bi-monthly the persons who take advantage the city a $500 contribution for the Ed- a room.

m III ti, Tuesday, April 7. summer programs live outside the wards Road Project.MayorCommissioner. We have
ir )ioncy was approved after Starke city limits. A total of 489 per Charles from many styles to choose
come and find the
t1' or Jimmy for the Crosby Jr. stated sons used the program last year, ac. Schaefer pointed out a trust fund has that's right for you! one
iiey summer program cording to Crosby. been set up by the city for the Ed-
< it out of the budget when it was The Recreation
last fall. Department is also wards Road project. He reported that
trying to get help from the Florida the board had previously appropriated -
Crosby: reported the funds
will be
used State Employment Service in trying $10,500 for completion of
to hire
additional help for the to get CETA funds for the DENMARK FURNITURE
summer program which .summer the project. Now the trust, fund has'
annually'lasts recreation
help. $12.000 in it.
10 weeks. Three fulltime and one

part-time persons will be hired at a Crosby announced'that"the Bradford Crosby reported that work on a concession 434 W. CM St. Starke, Fla
salary of
$3 an hour according 16- County Hospital employees have stand at the Edwards Road
Crosby, sent the City of Starke a contribution complex: would begin soon.A& 864-5826 e,fat hshed. In' 1923 064-3827 ...1'


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BMS Cafeteria Plan SuggestedA

plan to put a cafeteria in the north feet, Lawson told the school board. Casey will have to dig monies from
Y 7x5N5 / side of Bradford Middle School and Total cost of remodeling the present the local funds, and that has not been
build two portables to replace building and constructing the two portables discussed yet.
classroom space used has been proposed should not exceed $60,000, Under Lawson's plan 284 students
by School Board Chairman J.R. Lawson said. could be seated at one time. Now the
(Jim) Lawson."A The plan would not use any of the food is satellited from the vo-tech
lot of possibilities," says Prin- present BMS gym area. Coach cafeteria and the BMS eating area
cipal Dewey McKinney of the idea Loper was present at the can seat only 152 students if they are
Lawson proposed to the school boardat Marc 30( meeting, but did not voice packed in.
t H a March 30 meeting. School Board objection to Lawson's plan. The small eating area means BMS
Member Patricia Spengler, who has Under the school board's building students must eat in four shifts, and
d been pushing for years for a cafeteriaat priority list approved by the State must eat and be up and out In 20(
& BMS, says more power to Lawson's Department Education classroom minutes. The larger seating area proposed
: y tl r plan. would allow students to sit for
$ } 4 space is "A" priority and the BMS
n : ) ,_ _. T Lawson's suggestion is to use the cafeteria is a "B" priority. Classroom the entire 30 minutes lunch period and
; present eating area plus two space comes first under SDE rules. have a more leisurely lunch.
r.1, r i& ) classrooms which now house special All "A" category construction must Teachers get a 30 minute duty-free
.{ t s, r education programs, the tramable be finished before any state moniescan lunch, and under present conditions
mentally retarded and emotionally be used on "B" construction. It students have to wait outside, or inside
handicapped. Portable classrooms means the BMS cafeteria will have to the gym If it rains or is too cold,
would be built to house the two SE be done out of local tax monies, unless until the rest of the students finish
programs. and until the school board can com- eating."It .
The space now used for an eating plete all its first priority classroom would be much, much better..."
% i area plus that of the two classrooms space. with a larger eating area Principal
would give room for a 20( x 20 foot kit- The school board and Supt.! Tom McKinney says.
chen area and a lunch room 68 x 60(

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SE Smarties... Fire GutsWarehouse

Earning straight-A's at Starke Elementary School for Standing: Noy Srlvibul, Barbara Smith Renee Hewett, First
the fourth six-weeks grading period which ended March 2 Sabrina Ford, Patricia Parado, Selena Norman Adelle
are (l-r): Kuhn, Penny listen. Deana Holiday, Shawna Blom, Jill
Kneeling: Steve Thornton, Sharod Patel, Allen Porter, Williams Esther Martin, Andrea llewett. and Audra
Rick Kimutis. Robert Thorpe, and Mike Barber. Brant ley. Baptist
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A fire completely gutted Martin "1' '

I Starke Elementary School News Bait and Tackle warehouse building Church
.., on US-301 between Washington and.
ClUB at 7:36: a.m. Sunday, April 5, ) ,
REMINDER jects. We hope to have some Selena Norman, Barbara Smith, with one fireman injured in fighting .'.. .' ,
Next week: Apr. 13-17 Spring vegetables before the school year is Renee Thomas, Eric Nugent, Renee the fire. ': '',' WXX', ; Clark & Jefferson Streets
Vacation. Students will.return to over. Mrs. Baugess has always been Hewett, Terricena Kittles, Patricia The fire started I in the roof at the .., '-,;\'" I
school on Mon. April 21) one of our most cooperative and In- Parado, Jimmy Langley, Audra northeast part of the building and '\. ; ,....;.'o'.1, Starke. Florida
Also the classroom pictures are terested parents and we really appreciate Brantley, Allen Porter, Kevin rapidly spread throughout the entire K r'
here for those parents who requestedthem. all of the help she has given Crawford, Coretha Daniels, Juli building, according to the Starke Fire ,\ \' : .
The price Is $3.75. Checks Starke Elem. teachers. Jackson. We are very proud of these Department. k 1i : \ 1 I !
should be made out to "Starke excellent students.Ms. .
Elementary School". Second Grade Classes Fireman Marion Lizenbee cut his Ben p Bryantarm
The second grade classes went to Patterson's homeroom on a window while fighting the
Mrs. Long's EMR Class Silver Springs March 27. We rode in students have been getting ready for fire and was taken to Bradford County Pastor
We shall soon be holding our last 'he glass bottom boats and took the Easter. Each day this week the Hospital where it required seven
classroom "Auction" of the 'year. jungle cruise. It was fun to feed the students were involved in Easter Art stitches to suture the wound, according -
Students will be able to bid on prizes, fish and the monkeys are always fun activities.Mrs. to SFD.
games, and toys for their points, earn- to watch. The grounds are just Fire Chief Bobby Lewis stated that "The Book of Revelation"Hear
ed for classroom work and behavior.If beautiful and there is so much to see. McClelland's 5th Grade his office was in the process of asking
any persons or organizations would Mothers accompanying us were: Our last unit is Berkley Health. Fire Marshall Edgar Aid of Jackson- our Pastor begin preaching through the book
like to donate prizes, games, Mrs. Alton Coleman, Mrs. Edward Students will be learning about ville to investigate: the fire but Aid of "The Revelation" this Sunday evening at 7:30
toys/trinkets, and other articles for Wall, Mrs. Charlene Meres, Mrs. health, bodies, body systems would not be available to come to p.m.
this worthy cause, please bring to Gladys Francis, Mrs. Clarice ticularly the respiratory system. par One Starke to assist until the end of the You will enjoy this verse by verse exposition ofthis
Starke Elem. School office or call Stevens, Mrs. Cheryl Moss, Mrs. day Mr. Cliff Chapman of Bradford week due to a death in his family. The
book from the Word of God
964.6091 and ask to speak to Mrs. Y. Sybil Dempsey, Mrs. Pat Welch, Mrs. County's Rescue Unit, gave a warehouse fire was the fourth exciting
Long. We would appreciate your Glenda Wheeler and Mrs. Mary Jane demonstration of rescue breathing. business to be gutted by fire during Join the happy hundreds who love Christ and one
assistance. Henderson.Ms. Students who wished to were given an the past several months. Last March of Starke.
Lisa Richerson is our most improved Patterson's Ith GradeIn opportunity to practice on the rescue 2 the Pecan Room of the Garden another at First Baptist
student in handwriting skills and Ms. Patterson's 4th grade dummy. Restaurant on US-301 was destroyed Sunday worship services:
most cooperative in the classroom.A Language Arts classes these students Congratulations I Amy Tison, Andy by fire On.the same evening a
special thank you to Mrs. have made 100 on all of their spelling Tison, Lisa Mosley for your participation warehouse owned by William Jackson 8:30 a.m.
Baugess for providing tomato and tests for this grading period: Dana in the Bradford County Fair. was gutted by fire. 11:00 a.m.

pepper plants for our science! pro- Bowen, Laurie Mobley, Ryan Moore, Fifth grade is proud of you. On March 31, the Julia's Flower 7:30: p.m,
Shop and Patrick Welch's land
surveying office was damaged by

I Raises for Lawtey Back-Up Policemen Okayed fire.

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_!'Ad'cgplld ''7i'"reEom lY'iidatiori'by'1'oflce vwnich provides the help"to"busnesifb \) months to allow construction of the of-

<<; wChig t JY.l'4"( :; ut. h;': prdon.. ,,_ _-. .,.*?. b- *- .,.1*A \61 fyce.building.vw wuv,., n\ ( r'
ndttitlpo.te'ddt; by *fM poor:' The boys.will/assist' .Hyicrejvs; in J] ?;Star ling andlforitantwereinot: present :''I COMEBWRANGLER
.ccommiSstottet'"Mdtvm Rosier: the painting water t tanks;clean out.street at the meeting and the tem-
Lawtey City Commission approved a culverts, mow grass around city com porary permit was granted after no
pay raise for the department's plex, cleanup city right of ways, wash one showed up at the meeting to protest
backup police officers at the monthly windows at city hall and water plants, the zoning change.
board meeting Monday, April 6. pickup limbs, paper, and trash at the
The board voted unanimously to city complex.The Recreation Funds
give Lt. Sonny Jackson a $10 a week girl will be used at the recreation Commission approved a $116.59 bill
pay raise and part time officer department to help with the lunch from the city recreation departmentwith
Charles Carter a $5 a week pay boost. program and clean up after the the funds to be paid out of federal
Jackson prior to the raise made children's meals have been served. revenue sharing.
$181 a week. Carter works 16 hours a
week and receives a salary of $50 a Bennett 301 Property with $3.00 off new Misses jeans.
week. Uezoned CommercialAfter Used Tractor
The pay boost was effective Monday a brief discussion the board Now is Good Shape

April 6.Summer. approved a request to change the zon- Commissioner Buster Bennett
Youth HelpSought' ing of property owned by Gary Ben- reported on the purchase of a used
nett on US-301 south in Lawtey from 1973 Massey-Forguson 175 tractor
For LawteyThe agriculture commercial. from the Department of Transportation -
,board' gave City Clerk Lucille Janet Starling, a Lawtey realtor, in Lake City at a cost of 2000.
Shuford, approval to request six boys and Paul Norman have purhcased the Bennett reported the tractor whenit
and l "one 'girl to assist the City of Bennett property and plan to turn the was first purchased had problems
Lawtey'in'summer programs. Mrs. building into a real estate office. with its power steering. Water I ', t
Shuford told the Telegraph the youths The board granted permission for a Superintendent Barry Watts and his f
will.be Vmployed for six weeks. The temporary permit to be issued on the assistant Lit Phillips worked on the I
request;' frtr help is made to the property to allow a mobile home to be power steering and the tractor is now r'
Florida'.State" Employment' ServiceI'fII' placed on the property for up to 12 in good shape, according to Bennett. '"'\

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I Commission, Paves Way for 301 Concrete Plant I \ I

J&" .(From Page IA) plans to reincorporate- and move his mission voted to uphold the ZoningBoard's ,,, 514

The crucial vote came after a three- present concrete products operationto recommendations for rezon-
hour in which the Commis- ing the following properties:
recess: the new site.
sioners ate, lunch and inspected the The second reversal of the Zoning Ronnie Newman and Scott ) ; \ ;
controversial( site, one mile south of Board by the Commission'authorized Whitehead, rezoning 28 acres adjoin- '
Starke, as well as the Joe Scanlan the rezoning of two acres, three miles ing the 6'z acre site for concrete plant
property on;301 North. north of Starke on the west side of from Open Rural to CI (intensive .,
The rezoning dispute at the morn- US-3G1 from Open Rural to CN commercial). The property includesthe ( ''
ing session was largely a replay of (commercial )I. The change was former truck stop location and :
last week's Zoning Board controversy -, strongly opposed by residents of the buildings, recently purchased' by \ \
staged for benefit of the Com- area. Commissioner Mosley, the former ?
mission. Jesse Wolbert,. attorney for In last week's Zoning Board sites of Skeeter's restaurant, g L- 1
Whitehead, and Leonard Ireland, Jr., meeting Scanlan told the board he destroyed by fires over a period of : r
attorney for Deerwood residents, planned future construction of two several months, and a lot directlyeast
went through their paces, Wolbert masonry buildings on the property for of Skeeter's. Mosley also filed a '
minimizing: nuisance factors allegedly possibly a fast food franchise and a conflict of interest in voting for com- 't"t, : ) )
connected with a batch concrete ,convenience store. He was questionedby mercial on the 26 acres. I .:&
operation. Wolbert said, "times have the Zoning Board concerning his -Ira Hudson, one-half'acre, three- '. ...
and stated that dust and commercial fourths mile west of Road 16, off NW
changed" lack of firm plans for the :
other objectionable side-\effects of a' enterprises, and the rezoning was 25th Ave. (Pleasant Grove) from
concrete plant are now controlled and refused in line with the board's policyon RSF-MHJ (mixed residential and t\
DNR I3ER and mobile home) to CN (neighborhood \
regulated by other "speculative" zoning.
environmental protection agencies. In this Instance Commissioner

"This site is .In an are's'that' has Mosley Zoning cast Board's the only negative vote to opposi-upholdthe 5'2 William miles south R. Gordon of Starke, one-half on west acre side, _. ... ""'" ...'. :: ,.","Iot '
been traditionally commercial tion. of Highway 100 from Open Rural to .--<<
Wolbert said,citing the warehouse us- commercial. 'III't'"
CI intensive
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In other zoning matters the Com- .;;;;;. ,>
ed by Albert Longchamp, developerof ,? ,&,j
Deerwood; a funeral home, and
sever! other businesses in the area, Wrangler will send you 3.00 by mail when you buy a 'l ? '.'''
'Dr Lounette Eaton B.S. D.C.
Ireland said that the proposed pair of new Misses jeans at our store. Here's what you do: Look 't F

rezoning: would violate 11 of the 16 Dr. Wayne C, Eaton D, C.P for the ad carrying the Wrangler Misses Refund Certificate in this
criteria specified in the county's zoning -
code to ensure good zoning prac- month's magazines.* Send the! certificate,, your sales receipt and'

tice, and is not in compliance thecounty's Keystone Chiropractic Clinic waistband size tag to Wrangler and they'll send you a check for $3.00. This is a limited offer, so

comprehensive plan. "To come on in and pick out your Wrangler Misses jeans today. .
allow .u concrete plant so' near a
n-sidontialarca would be detrimental
to ho quality of life- and would At SR-21 North, \ April edition of Glamour Good Housekeeping
Cosmopolitan, Family Circle ((4/281, McCalls.Working ,
values Ireland
lIwl.dellreciute, property Keystone Shops. Suite 5 Mother, Mademoiselle, Seventeen.

'L'mnl'arker. it resident of. Deer '
wINNhsaid! he hud lived hear one eon Phone. 473-3604'. ,. \
<-iHc,plmil and had a business office'nt'xt'lr i
another.' "'!'here 'was dust Hours .. 9 aim, J.p.rruand; 3 p.m. 6 pm. '. Stump'sDept. Store
within :U.lMMI It**when nick;sand, and *w'ajjjir :
''HUTCH' ; woo liiiixtl| d into ho rrlixT \ Mon. Tues., Wed. &' Fri. #: Jfl!: '
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j comrcUr+ ,plant 9 a.m.-1 p.m. ., *' ** >I' .j' .
| '' ; why tkx Nfl I he' Thursdays :
l INUldii utll'lltjlmnIJh", | ) Ijike wlM-rc" Bradford Sq. Center
In-' .livi'N'f::":..! :II''*c'r ..ut.fctMj", 'If! ih hiN9' lal exrelai.ae' is-grankrl 1t1.11 P.HF.I.I. I\(', I'M)

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: Five- Year-Old Cindy Countryman Given:;\\$9000,ji ( i > ". Boost 11"1Im'1!! '!. 1, .'1." "_;'FO.IS"RV'' "

1 Toward Kidney Transplant by Livestock ',,,:Bidders' BaAJIOBi COMMIT

.- by Mark G.Fries

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A Bradford County girl in need of a Local people at the fair opened up 5'i-year-old Cindy Lou Countrymanwill ,",... s. (
hearts and pocketbooks and face for the transplant surgery.
kidney transplant was one of the matheir ..
and steer trading At the swine sale Thursday April 2,
beneficiaries at the steer and some fancy hog pro-
jor swine auctions at the Bradford Counvided more than $4,000 for the costly a pig entered by Amy Black raised Far too many of the young shade
medical bills that the family of approximately $2,000 for the medical trees planted by homeowners with all
ty Fair April,1-4. bills. good intentions and high hopes this
spring will be dead before fall. !
The Starke law firm of Wolbert
Saxon and Middleton bought the pig The heat and drought that come
from the Black's for $354.90, then with August and September' in
etUTOTClAL donated the pig back to the Countryman Florida are relentless dangers to
family. newly-planted trees.They're likely to
start off in the spring with a burst of
A group"of 18 business people then growth but falter when the hot sumbeglns
bought the pig for$637 and donated It to sear them in mid-summer

back to the Countryman Fund. and give up the ghost before cool,
weather returns. '
: .- Zed Hamilton then purchased the
pig for $350 and donated the pig to the This is particularly true of the little
p '
Countryman family.
forest trees you may have moved into
Stricter HandgunLegislation James Roy Stalnaker of the firm S your yard from the wild. Much of the
C and II Custom Meats agreed to but root system may have been damagedIn
cher cut, and wrap the pig for the freeing a tree. It's much easier to
Countryman family. keep a nursery-grown tree alive that
ProposedThe crucial first year but the untutored-
$2,075 was raised for the fund after homeowner still can go wrong. ,
the steer, entered by Cindy Alder
assassination chasers from Alachua County, man, was purchased by J.D. Worn, The first step In assuring yourtree's :
attempted Jr. and State Senator George survival comes when you plantit.
of President Reagan has which does provide for a Kirkpatrick.D-Gainesvillefor$1,7z2, Follow well the usual instructionsto

given added impetus and once three-day wait, drive to Brad- which went to Miss Alderman. dig a wide hole set the tree no,

again centered public atten- ford County to buy their guns. deeper than it grew before andspread'the
tion the need for registration Neither does the state statute Odom and Kirkpatrick then roots carefully refill with soil and
donated the the '
steer to Countryman conditioners and finally water.
and stricter regulation on provide for the registration of fund. + thoroughly to resettle the dirt closely1.\

the sale and ownership of the gun or an investigation of around the roots. In most cases the
firearms-particularly hand- the background of the person A group of 18 business persons then tree also will benefit from a heavy',.,
buying it. raised the $2,075 for the CountrymanFund fl c' \ mulch about six inches thick spread':
guns. at the steer auction Sat.,April 4. in a circle two feet out from the trunk.:

. "Gun control," the term The county does have an or- The business people purchased the CINDY LOU COUNTRYMAN AND HER FATHER in all directions. Oak or pine leaves''

that is so unpopular among dinance providing for the issu- steer in 25-pound lots paying$3 to$10 are perfect mulch.

some gun owners, is perhaps a ing of permits to carry a per pound. Photo by Gainesville Sun The second and often neglected

misnomer, for the sole obJec- "concealed pistol" in com- Cindy Lou is the daughter of Rev step should be taken in the summer.' '.
tive is the regulation of gun pliance with the state statute and Mrs. Jim Countryman of It is simple to water the tree properlyand
"But he did not know how much the removed and'she will receive a donor regularly during those hot; dry.
Brooker. Her father is ;
to that shall pastor of the
ownership no a
prevent weapons person carry
from her mother.
but knows kidney
New River Baptist Church. medical expenses will be. months. Water standing constantly on
from being indiscriminately concealed weapon without a they will be costly." a tree's roots can kill it, but only the'most :
sold to minors, people of un- permit. However, not a single Cindy Lou thanked the crowd at the Countryman stated that the kidney unobservant homeowner is like..;

sound mind, dope addicts, and application has been made for sale, and her parents in choking Rev. Countryman reported Cindy problems stem from a birth defect. ly to let this happen. .,
voices, added their thanks and wishedGod's Lou and her She had surgery two years ago to try ,
escaped or parolled persons the issuance of such a permitby mother, Anita will go to
to correct the defect and the conditionwas
blessing. Shands Teaching Hospital Monday Far more likely is a failure to water"a :
with criminal the
backgrounds.As County Commissionsince stabilized until last Septemberwhen
April 13, for one of the steps expectedto new tree In well-drained soil often.;
stated in the Florida the ordinance was pass- Rev. Countryman stated he was lead to a kidney tranplant later this it began to worsen. enough for it to stay healthy.' In':
amazed at the turn of events and had
ed in 1977. This would indicate likely find out
statute governing weapons not expected it. summer. Cindy Lou is expected to go on August whether.
and firearms "The that many concealed weaponsare dialysis in June with the transplant you planted the tree correctly some, -
carried "The Lord was going to take care of is six weeks months earlier. ,
being illegally in After the operation performed, expected later, according ?
Legislature finds, as a matterof BradfordCounty. everything," Rev. Countryman said. both of Cindy Lou's kidneys will be to Rev. Countryman.
public policy and fact, thatit If the roots are embedded in soil;:"
to rich in humus (peat rotted leaves
is necessary promote A prospective handgun etc.) and '
are protected by a porous,
firearms safety and to curb buyer in Alachua County must Worth moisture-holding layer of mulch -
and prevent the use of first complete a federally required $100,000 of Improvements and if these conditions are maintained -

firearms and other weaponsin form at the sheriff s of- by the homeowner all summer "
crime and by incompetent then the little tree that was knee high;'
then wait Reno Area
fice courthouse
or in
at the start be head
may by, ,
persons without prohibitingthe three days until a computer ... ., ., end of the first growing season.: '
lawful use in defense of check has shown him or her in ; j, ,4jr.v.. ; ; '.jMFurthermore :

life, home, and property." good standing with the law. "Over $100,000 worth of paving and, In addition to.paving, >work, funding in the amount of 340000. itwiH: be .muchr,. less,,, ;s
drainage work is close to completionin drainageditches.haya been dug in the, These funds if allocated, will be used endangered' the'stresses ft jts se-* ..
But now, in the face of the But such is not the case in the Reno area of Starke" Jerry area, the dilapidated t bridge on North for public works, housing rehabilitation cond and subsequent summers ?, _
nation's disgraceful and Bradford County, and gun- Wadsworth, director of the city's Street has been replaced by a culvert and code enforcement, i
and hand rails will be installed.The Wadsworth said. But if the roots into
frightening increase in crime buyers from Alachua Countyare Community Development program were squeezed
announced this week. project is 80 percent complete, an Inadequate hole in tough unrelen-
rate, it is apparent that the ex- flocking across the county Streets that have been paved under Wadsworth said and all work is ex- In addition to the paving and ting soil or if the owner neglects sup-
isting statute is not getting the line to make their purchases, the program in recent weeks include: pected to be completed by the end of drainage paid for with 1980 funds 16 plying water that crucial first summer .
job done-therefore, the need apparently to avoid the three- Pine Street from Brownlee to April weather permitting houses were rehabilitated in the Reno then look for the little tree to

for better regulation of gun day waiting period. One Florida; Cooper Road; Keller Street The $100,000 projects now nearing area. start off growing well in the soft days ;
from Brownlee to North Street and completion are on1r.part of a grant of spring,only to wilt and likely die by
sales and use. For this reason Starke gun shop owner ; the city the Department A total of $310,000 in grant funds '
the forthcoming Legislaturefaces Oak Street resurfaced from was spent during the fiscal year of September.
reports that 65 percent of his Brownlee to Florida. of Housing and Urban Develop- the
director said.
three already prefiledbills initial handgun sales, after ment, and the city has applied for 1981 1979-80

for regulating handguns.The recently opening his business, The work now nearing completionis '' ,i '?"I'1J

were to residents of Alachua.As the first phase of a $1,020,000 block Conservation st')

latest regulatory act, provided by federal law, County Agents By area"grant for over projects a three-year in the Reno period."target Comments'; 1 wr" :"rlJoIIA

filed in the House Monday, in Bradford U1ql ,daJd! lIiw
a handgun
would require registrationand BobbyTaylor !; Funds committed for 1981 total ,ailrix6y
must the formas Notebook
complete same
ballistics tests on handguns $340,000 and Wadsworth hopes to Beni 9adtIi' '10''''If esaarl0:
fingerprinting anda in Alachua, No. 4473, an phone: 9W.828oExtension begin receiving them by April 15. Major Soil I Coiiseyalioni1l9 I, ,.oJtfall ash
for intra-state ownership transfer 209 ..... items in this allocation will be .11 :') innia'a
72-hour waiting period record required by the U.S. $185,000 for housing rehabilitation MainUiilng Kngihterl**?',PhlcVtlces. .mq
the buyer. During the three- Treasury Department'sBureau and $98,000 for public works (paving "Proper maintenance of VoUH,9'8'

day cooling-off period the of Alcohol, Tobacco, The tomato is not only the most important be produced in 6.8 weeks. Plants can drainage, etc) ..:conservation; :practice*iso just'as iWl*' l'3oo'i.>i
fingerprints of the purchaser commercial vegetable in be grown in plant beds peat pots or The final allocation 0'- portant\c roper,'malntenanH'- (
and Firearms but this can be $330,000 will 91om
would be checked with federal Florida, but also is the most popular peat pellets. or containers such as come in 1982, and will include$190 000 your tractor says Calvin Hubbatd.1;
authorities. The proposed bill done in a matter of minutes, garden vegetable. It can be grown wooden flats, metal pans or milk cartons : for housing rehabilitation and $75'000 local Soil Conservation Service
and the information given is successfully by many methods of or in hotbeds or outdoor for public works.Wadsworth District Conservationist.If .
would also require a handgun not necessarily correct.In culture-in baskets in solution on seedbeds.The you don't follow the maintgWipe>irT!
buyer to take a written test to stakes on the ground mulched, un- said he did not anticipate schedule recommended by your trac-' lei:
determine his familiarity with addition to allowing the mulched or in a greenhouse. best soil pH for tomatoes is 6.0 any cutback of withholding of tor's manufacturer:you will sacrifice*
Florida firearms laws lawful use of guns in the to 6.8. Lime is needed if pH is less funds due to budgetary cuts now be- many many hours of tractor opera-
defense of "life home and Floradel is perhaps the leading than 6.0. ing made in Washington. He said no tion. In the same' way, conservation18": : "
We can see nothing in these vineripe variety.- is resistant to cuts had been proposed in community practices will fail,before their time 7y'5*
the Florida statute '. ''
property For 100 feet of most ir- without periodic maintenance checks I-)t
that graywall gray leaf spot and every square funds and none is anti
proposed regulations also includes the right to use Fusariumwilt. rigated soils about 10 pounds of 6-8-8 cipated.Three and the needed work to return them to '"
should be objectionable to and own firearms for "target or similar fertilizer will be needed their original condition. ,-:a .*

anyone purchasing a handgunfor practice and marksmanshipon Indian River produces best when during the life of the tomatoes. One Even when properly'constructed, 'IF'
the legitimate purpose of seeded in Fall and similar to Floradel half should be applied at planting New ApplicationsFor conservation practices will require a J ':li,
defending his life, home or target practice ranges or in disease resistance. time, placed In 2 bands each located Rezoning Property certain amount of maintenance. The "'"'
other lawful places, and slightly below and 2 to 3 inches to the To Be Heard April 28 work needed depends on the par-' <1t ,
property. The old argumentthat lawful hunting and other Walter is resistant to gray leaf spot, side of the row. Part of the remaining' ticular practice since every measure' ''
"the criminals have the lawful purposes." graywall and both races of Fusanurn 1/2 should be applied as a side dressing -. Permission to advertise for public has its peculiar needs. Drainage '?<"'.
should controls be 3 weeks after planting. The rest systems for' example, will have IV ''
guns, why wilt fungus and may also be grown on hearings were granted on four new .
placed on guns for the rest of Apparently, all rights to a short (2-3 foot) stake. should be added later at 7 to 10 day In- petitions for rezoning at the County reduced capacity to remove excess '

us?" simply doesn't hold ownership and use are protested tervals. Zoning Board meeting. Tuesday, water if not properly maintained. ,',
Tropi-Red is resistant to Ver- March 31..Included drains are susceptible
except the use by were:
water. Anyone who wants or persons ticillium wilt Fusarium wilt gray Tomato plants are easily Injured or to failure when neglected. Outlets
needs a gun for selfprotectioncan with or without criminal leaf spot and graywall. even killed by frost. They should be Mary P. Strickland 1.6 acres 2 may become blocked due to debris or
still obtain one. records, for illegal purposes. set in the garden in the spring as soon miles north of Starke on west side of sediment deposits. Animal guards
That is the way it should be, Homestead which is the old stan IS the frost danger has passed. U.S. 301 from OR to CG(general com- should be checked to be sure small ?
At present, Bradford County and that is what the dard does well but is bothered by mercial) for purposes of opening a animals do not invade the system fu
has no local ordinance con- Legislature will try to ac graywall and gray leaf spot. Transplant soon after a rain when mini-flea market. Mrs. Stricklandwas causing various potential problems. .j;j
trolling the sale of handguns.It cloudy or in late afternoon. Keep instructed that zoning regula- Area over drains should also be
the in the new Florida MH-1 a newer variety Is roots moist and undamaged. Set the tions in Bradford County require flea observed to be sure the system is 'J
is governed entirely by regulatory legislation at the noted for the firmness of its fruits andIs plants slightly deeper than they growin market displays to be under shelters. operating at Us:peak efficiency. ',1'
state statute which forbids forthcoming session.If resistant to such diseases as the flat.Staking. Surface drains such as open chanP"
sale only to "minors under 18 Fusarium wilt graywall gray leaf Herbert E. Brown rezoning one nets and field'dttches should be checked '
years of age, without permission you agree with the right of spot? and has some tolerance to Verticillium the plants keep the fruit off acre. 2'i miles south of loos from for proper operation. Again debris ;: "
of their parents,' and to possessing guns for protection wilt.Tomatoes the ground and helps "unsound but not for willful and space. One method of staking is to commercial including possible blockage. Unwanted or undesirable
persons of mind. may be started in the drive a 6-foot stake into the soil 3 to 4 sale of beer and wine. The proposed vegetation can also cause serious pro
No cooling-off period is provided wanton criminal acts, let your garden or container by planting seedsor Inches from each plant preferably business is located off Speedville blems. Channel vegetation should be
for, and many gun pur- legislator know. by setting transplant seedlings. If before the plant is set. As the plant Road near Keystone Heights. evaluated at least annually and
seeded sow seed sparingly down the grows tie it to the stake with string 4 treated as the situation warrants.
furrow. When the seedlings emerge to 6 times during the season.Make the 'Woodrow D. Griffis 2.75 acres, Any conservation practice with an
and are 34 inches tall thin them to ties just below the fruit clusters. two miles north of Starke on east side earth fill should be checked carefully.
desired stand. The extra plants of U.S. 301, from Open Rural to ILW These Include ponds lagoons sediment ,
MIMUR be used to transplant into "skips'may emerge side branches as they (light industrial and warehousing). basins and the like., The
which have occurred in the row. the number of fruit, spillways must be checked to be sure
mflg; but causes those produced to be All persons so desiring will be heardat they are clear and capable of carryIng *
pq With proper care well-rooted, sturdy larger and easier to find. Leave 2 to 3 the public hearing on these petitions water erosion or ruts on the fill H
0 8.8 inch high tomato plants can main stems to develop.- 7:30 p.m., April 28. must be repaired woody vegetation .-is. _
should be removed from the dam.and ,, I
ISTAUttHIO 1'7t '
2- < ; bare v I
''' 'KLPOA DirectorsTo spots repaired with adaptable "'*1 '
kr.tOt O.HROUSOM-JOHN M.MllUfl.P bll...hAM .s grasses' It rodents have Invaded the '.
: G I 1 Meet SaturdayThe earth dam. they should be removed, :

..V.*...,..._rl.n4,..d./M. dp.uM.M...../..._ I N I Lake Board of Directors of Kings ley and" their habitation areas repaired. '. ',
..IMHw.Urn.- d-..W* Property Owners Assn. will this all sounds complicated and '
: meet at 10 a.m.Saturday, April 11, In confuting call 964-62SO, ext. 289. and
L i..orAMN.n.M....-*t tar....M M.14.Aroww.r.o..r..lu the Kingsley Lake civic center. discuss your situation with the Soil
-%... ;I 1&'f"+ w,-.........Md d. _........ Six years after Marconi discovered radio, the lint transatlantic radiotelegraphic All board members are urged to at- Conservation Service technician. If
trans-minion occurred In 1901. tend the meeting which Is open to the an onsite visit is needed to analyze
public. your ,problem, it can be. arranged.


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Jennifer McMillan-James Yawn Wed Mar.21At ,.\ IIUil'. Hdll'o\,11\ ,

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O'Lena State Park Log Cabin Lodge ... (I1 3 '# ,. .., e "f'U" '\

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rriWrc.1, J< pJfeftgfaBftrMeMat acs; 'ioogel r'' Jli; taii)\$ ble,vats I, P l : & Pyi 1 odky f t,
: r- Covered.With a lacejcldth: and( held Ail' rn
McV1.W. I8tft's united] : arrangement of spring flowers and fJl ? ,

In JrUrlWgl "IimU to' white candles!,at one end of the table.A Joell, c-'dilol", l', \ i.J, I /tji .
James Caldwell Yawn of Gainesville, crystal! punch bowl w4.a.t the outer ; ', : ; ,I > .
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1MUVlalltktFflMtiilbf" t !a and end and a variety of finger foods wttte. l-I1
Judge Theron A. Ya>ffUJrti, )> of served.
Gainesville. .' The cake table also covered I""fii
t was --- ._ .. .,., ... ,.
q wlJl ps t4.t4 I with a lace cloth: and was centered -- -- -- --': -- -- [ .
a m LOdge at e ar with a three-tiered cake decoratedwith i i Ito"
Awn gffluo -. white and purple violets topped i,,, 1M"-*';do Roberts '
heeL :::: :::
ge was Tovely for the occa- rob with two white doves. Coy Werner and g.. ') 'G;' ,r I' L
sion with potted palms and other Ellen Edwards cut the cake. .
'rtiwen ;plants; Haiginftlij>Iartfi: [fir {he Chris Hill kept the bride's book and 'n'. ", -;-- < 'fday

ltrinUow,iant>the'flrepIace3! 'at each assisting in serving were Susan Edwards i j il,, i'VlN' I IJlld"I'Il'ct.| V
nM of"the'| i lodgeTwere1 baldied ""With Cindy Duncan,Dianne Mullins m'i',i .iI"d' a1' a coffee
greenery,'azaleas''and Spirea'! ;' i"! "' '- and Betsy Yawn. .' i,"' i III''if'. at f tile home ofl.I #a
David Beede's Appalachian Folk The bride Is a graduate of Santa Fe kr r "iwmi \V I
amaic ensembJeidlledl"N: Corn iner- r High School; Santa Fe Community .>(&"< WM. liobby Hlfigs,

alai Appeairr'pl yed'(Appalachian folK .., College, attended the University of 1\,'. I i" \\tt tt" ..IfMrs.! Jack
music,pefore and after the ceremony Florida and is presently nursery '.I." i \t. i ." van lr' Mrs
*td during the'receptibh. school teacher at Heritage Christian .
"' M \\ II Thomson!:
loThe, bride was .'attired' In a School. Ri ; ,. ii"'
candlelight silk; off-tht-5fioulderfloor,, Mr. Yawn graduated from Brad 1 r : ii: Hie door by
l length dress 'with i 'tiered skirt with ford High School and the University of ': ,I ,,' ii' i ,1-iiifil I ui he i

Mode lace'inserts. She tarried: an.arm .. 1 .J' Florida and is Counselor in Work Ex- '' M . .i'd l i 01 l the
of ploration Program at Santa Fe Com .. ..
purple and white violets ,,. 1i., ". (;curge:11"11
with purple ribbon streamers Mr. and Mrs. James Yawn munity College in Gainesville.The \\': L.
sine reception'was also held at the couple is residing in I ,' ;>r'npective
oJrr '
) {1t yi n 1 1- .iili Active/
I ;;I, Miss Brenda Roberts Honored at Tea Saturday 0 '.1:' ,' Ik 1 avers.,,

... (ail ("rawlnri' ,\ i o( ?' '..' witha ..,,__ .___ _"u,",,___,__
jMiss Brenda' Roberts:May 2 brideewet Highlighting points of interest in tht Assisting in serving were Mrs. Bill '.. ,iiicl! Centered! Claudette Peterson

,< was complimented' at a tea party rooms were potted geraniumsand Adams, Mrs. John Griffin Mrs. H.C. Gail Crawford, ".",, 'ii of while and
Saturday 'afternoon, April 4'held' at ', ,,'J1g! pow'I'IIIC-
mums. Ritch, Mrs. Steve Denmark, Miss Claudette Peterson
the Home of Mrs. Harry Gruen In the The tea table in the dining room Lillian Stump, Mrs. Herb Herres, Dolphus BartonTo .1'1 01/ the 'liible and ,
C9Untry Club Estates.' was covered with a navy blue linen Mrs. Glen Hicks, Mrs. Pat Farn- Wed April 24 I n-il f .it i hi silverKvi'iMiin Donald W. FreesEngagement

In, cloth and centered sworth Mrs. Richard Odom Mrs.
with ToldMr.
an arrangement -
Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Cr.ivUorci ol ,, .
of blue silk Erika and Alishf i I" I line
fostesses with Mrs. Gruen were roses and eucalyp Bobby Autry.
Kingsley Lake announce the .
ena.ii'.ement and
i. tus. A silver tea service at Gruen, Miss Rhonda Harold, Mrs. d. rind 'lIr-ages: Mrs. James A. Peterson of
M Joan T. Chitty, Mrs. J.E. Denmark was one and approaching marriiiKe ol '
I'hu announce the
end of'the table and silver David and Mrs. Michael hostesses!: engagement
"kerMrs.Mrs Eldon Hardy, Mrs. Neil ments used for appoint-the Moore. Gaines their daughter, Amelia (.nli ,I',' ? ,'. \.,:" i ( .> .1 i l.irjjesiiverol ( and approaching marriage of theirdaughtt'r
T Linda. Johns, Mrs. were Crawford, to Dolphus, E. Barton. gun ,
I II" Uie in'ciMion. Mary to Donald
refreshments. The hostesses Miss
M ion Payne. Sr., Mrs. Drew Red- presented of the late Eugene (Slick) Harton ut ,
Roberts with the platter to her r, ''t!i'' ..I's: ciilk'd, lu't- Wayne Frees, son of Vic Frees of
di$9'and: Mrs. James R. Reddish every- Raiford.
Melrose and Mrs.
tiding in the receiving line were Punch was served on the patio froma day china as a memento of the occa-; The wedding is planned for Knda.> i i' i and 12 of Starke. Charlotte Hoffman

M George Roberts, Jr., Miss round table covered with a yellow sion. 4pril24, at 8 p.m. at Union Primitive
R erts, Mrs. William Baker and linen cloth and held an arrangementof Invited to call between the hours of Baptist Church on Morgan! Road The young couple both graduatedfrom

M &, Gruen. snapdragons and iris. 2-4 p.m. were 230 guests. Miss Crawford Is a 1978 graduate of : ., Bradford High School. Miss
r:. .'
Bradford School. 7 ,1Y' ercc t1'
High Peterson received her AA degree
Cindy Stalnaker Miss Janice Saucer Shower HonoreeMiss Mr. Barton is a 1975 graduate ol t. '" ..', ci 1 bRll'Ai ;;, from{ Santa Fe Community College;
Macclenny High School and i it received a Bachelor of Arts in Education -
Timothy' Morgan Janice Saucer, whose mar- Saucer. employed at UCI. 't'l slJry degree from the University of

ToWed, April 19 riage to David L. Baldwin will be an The hostesses presented Miss All friends and relatives are inviiocl '." ,, ?' .\1. i i ird Epperson Florida and is the Bradford -
IVft.J and Mrs. Willie Stalnaker of event of April 24, was honored at a Saucer with a silk daisy corsage and a to attend. ? '" t n! ,'11 'xi( u) wedding an- County School boar teaching
announce the engagement bridal shower Tuesday night, March 20-piece set of Corelle dinnerware as .1, \ M,d! I i.. ..:ill'ch 31, at a fifth grade at Hampton Elementary
High"Springs ,
a memento of the occasion. "r ''i' ('< I i. Cove School.
)and approaching m triage of 31, in the Presbyterian Fellowship Xi Iota Delta Springs
'i' i t i.i'i; > Mrs! Eppw- Mr. Frees attended Santa Fe Com-
their 'daughter, Cindy Elaine, to Hall.Hostesses 'Molds PreferentialTea .
h -.l;
and is
Timothy Laymon Morgan, son of RoyL. were Mrs. David Mon- I' .li munity College presently
Mrs. R.G. Mrs.W.H. 5 I I i i- rived in the ac- employed by the Bradford County
Morgan, Jr. pf Hampton. and\ Ms. tgomery, Paterson Rhea Corbett April ,
Edwards, Jr., Mrs. L.V. Hardin 11' |racial .tnniver- Koad Department.The .
Lole'tte Morgan of Starke. Honored at ShowerMiss XI Iota Delta chapter of Beta Sigma "", -ivi'tl lo the will be
BradCordHigh and Mrs. John W. Griffin. "I'[ could wedding an event of
Miss Stalnaker Is a junior at -
Phi a preferential tea Sunday. ,
June 27 at 8 in the First United
The refreshment table was Rhea Corbett, bride-elect of p.m.
April 5, from 3-5 p.m., at the home ol
M'Morgan graduated frdm Brad- centered with an arrangement of spr- Mary Joyner, was honored at a bridal Cherie Cox at Bedford Lake hdnnring Methodist Church, Starke.

ford'' High School in 1979 and Is curb ing flowers. The cake was decoratedwith shower Tuesday evening, March 31, at new members Rhonda Crawford/ and -
rently employed with Glbb n's Roof- a miniature bride and groom and the home of Mrs. Vernon Reddish Ella Hall. r"-".' '-, "a"_ -" -- -
served Mrs. Mrs. Miss Lisa Reddish Mrs. Mark &
ing in Jacksonville. by Montgomery. with The enjoyed refreshments '
The'wedding will take place April 19 Edwards presided at the punch bowl. Reddish, Mrs. Arthur Gaskins and served by group Cherie; Cox. ,, .,
at 3 p.m. in'. Emmanuel, Baptist Mrs. W.H. Thomson played a group of Mrs. Raymond Whittle as hostesses. .; ''Jfc' I' UBBER STAMPS
>; wedding selections during the party ,
Church. : f
i i. hours. Corsages were presented to the T'

Among the 40 guests were Mrs. aonoree and Mrs. Melvin Corbett, Made-to-Order U
m. Leona Saucer, mother of the honoree, mother of the bride-elect and Mrs. Lorissa Mosley, +

Sandy Dowlirig '' Mrs. D.L. Baldwin, mother of the prospective Royce Joyner, mother of the prospective ; Harvey Rhoden ,, .
,, .
"'n t :YruIt ( -/ .ID Badges Magnetic Signs
groom, and Mrs. Essie groom.
Richard p$1 ljlng' ,IrIK;, ta'til '\111111, ( ti rI''Thogard, grandmother of Miss To Wed Aprlll"I 1 I'-/U'' ,Nar. '1rl!, ...... .I ... ..,.

Married April 1 'f ono,OK"' ? 10 intKtna *iM m :;t"hi"lit The! tereshmei' ttllen/A'' /[ ''".gvece4'Io'j[.i.. Tne'\miaing! ( b ti.ons t !>a..H: i fo'YW.SIrtlJ] ||f\|\, (u .. Name "Plates, ,
Sarf9ll'JdngiYg! : ISf.l.m.s J- 't'h'll''I.-";1'with' d'blue' linen center HarveY Khoderf wilt Cake place '- : ,?}.J br' .fb0f & Desk

Maxine Alley of Starke and Richard "- uftcntiti* teflon" with a blue silk flower arrangementin day, April 18, at 7:30: p.m. at the I ....' _......--
Of OfficersAt a silver dish. Starke Church of God with a reception
Starling, s n'of 'Ray Starling of
Graham and Reba Crews of Starke Two games were played by the 25 following in the church Fellowsh'ip i OFFICE SHOP'
S.C. the W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC, guests and prizes were awarded to Hall.
were married" in'Ridgeland, on meeting held Wednesday, April 1, at Mrs. J.T. Prevatt, Jr., and Miss Beth All friends and relatives are invitedto
April 1: the home of Mrs. Elzie Sanders, Mrs. attend.
StartIng Starner, i $\ Starke Fla. 964-5764
Mr. Starling Is'employed by
Herbert M. Thomas was elected .. .
Land Clearing and Mrs. Starlingin The hostesses presented the .--. -- -
bt General Electric in president for 1981-82. honoree with a wooden cake plate and
Alachu ." Elected to serve with Mrs. Thomas cover as a memento of the occasion. t9ti, : '.
were: vice-president, Mrs. Lester
The fcoUpleMs"residing i in Starke..
Crews; treasurer, Mrs. Guy Sale;
secretary, Mrs. W.B. Mundy;
registrar, Mrs. Franklin Weisgerber
Aerobic and historian, Mrs. Elzie Sanders. ; PINE FORESTAPARTMEN7N

Class I nOl'dilng) UU'...S services Plans were to be made held April fpr the 26 memorial at Crosby ;;;; ;tt1tir! lhtrOdtJ icing,

Another aerobic mt.r). Lake Cemetery a<4 p.m. Rev. Cliff H. 1.2 ar' .3 Bedroom Apt..

will begin April 1JitdM'i 4 McLeod will be the speaker from 913Oo to .:27S Ood9t :
weeks. Mr .t'Thomas presented a I"If.
programon .
Classes "The Sword of Robert Lee". ..._ :ir' are on 1w; X.r1nd fYhurs- .
day nights witfcj M\ f rops./j liuH DurMfelne"lstfcial: hour the lc.lP:: 1530 W. MadUon U ...,," ,.. .1 :.=lrl1llft; tu .

Beginning classes will start at 7:15 hostessCs.'iMrs'OSanders\ \ Mrs. O.L. loan MMSIM' Phone 964-6312: ? 'II ...
m. wjpt.-.,-...,...eesoklp>,'.... ataiylr. (...lint/ HaynesifSWand\ )' Mrs.. C.A. Knightjservedirefireitirnefits' LENDER
at lo btrtflhpdass 1sla&o; rY"; ;.r.. ; !!: ;' m .voni !+rIJ V'I'll >j.)!' "' "
Cale fC; i 1 q rtll1mG-'W1111t' oliij.' ,<>'' iUll i 'II'' Check

964-67 og>> ; 6Injb,1ItIII.-6ItOPbr'116J'1! I lIi'lI ttlll) ,r-rl: : i 'J..rioia ;BWIII -,"I. <-' '"' IS\
more) iBfiwwationTvTo'J stir 7oba-it: 'It ionment' ,t 'i *' '11> 'I )('.--I" .'SiJQI'I.

9317192: 1I0UaV'13aIlOa/ 6jEinoiU I ::: : Protection Systems .-r'-I.' Ttl ll'lll. X11q .. .
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J wol .1 !fnub UlJ'1 Offers Refuse Containers 11.1 J'rt!',1rm ,rlri ;\ sri ; '1 iI "' .J -- --- ..,

<.2K '(d boJbwu .th. ,.rrl'Iith'n(. 4 ..,v ",,'un:: ,,, .att. 'ORTUN ;: aap.; f 153
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+ogo loosi 10 emI; '{nafll ,'l.1I ::1 .,d, woI' "l <<11 Starting At ,,n! JI l iI' I.' lq. i .
GaryJ t1lnd..JOI( a'BrewerhclI i iandCftttoriRdn I' bia..i, 1 ..111"" :,j trhi',: .., I '&t" / ..
.Batra'ylicelebrated'iJjtheir ) ''I 1 .. ,. ,. aJw ,, I ,,,, (. : '{ ;.h''. .w.('7'" s ,--'.-....._ u_

4jgtgy .>6tidepialgf>Mfflli/Juri/ /I r, u. I 5De ;;:iI 4#'<'''' ':A:' '
27 at tI Q ht>>rt* fJMrsoa4Mrailflary '111 ,ti u ir L ..ra,.Ad t
W. Brewer. .nolii, IIJI a i '"}. A 1 '"i I S I ''
After HpWJ..it'thdnWesterD Steen-J'/' : Day ,r'i .l'' 3*. 41+il Iu",7f'l-'J-t.}
the fagaI lefui id character H, JlttIl cr aJh1u'IIII' "i' FOR
On April /Joshua entertained of C :
his friends.at St. Mark's! ,preschool. REliT ,
Joshua chose "The Wizard .Oz''
theme for the party. The children: en- NEAT Epp ,,I -

joyed ice cream cone shaped,cup- LIKE with ,-MGest I
Each child ,
cakes and juice. was given'
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a iir.rtyblower' and "over the. rain- THIS
b.....'" 8tlckeras!! : favors.
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Pa .$A TELEGRAPI I April. In, .. ? .. ,. ,, -

First Christian ChurchTo lUll> '_.t... tqut t,,:Prpject' To Put, Canned Goods )In Food Pantry
---- k These goods will thenbe
Easter Project.
Pr...nt Tom Sawyer Youth Project will be distributed by the Ministerial
selecting canned goods on April 16,.
Easter CantataThe Alliance.
from 10 a.m. til3 p.m., to placed in
First Christian Church, In its the food pantry, at the First Baptist If you have anything to you.
the Tom
them by Sawyer
year-long centennial celebration, will Church
at 510 North Cherry
rw Youth Project
Easter Cantata 12
an on April
ei t P is this as an Street Starke, or call 064-8338. '
at 4:00 P.M. The choir, under the The youth project doing ,

direction of Louise Baer, will sing
John Peterson' "NO GREATER Old-Fashioned Revival ,April 13 nth At Fairgrounds

LOVE", with narration by Rev. Ray Evangelists Rev.Eddie Nichols and ;'<
mond Baer. Soloists will be Rosala l There will be'a World-wide Rev. J.T. Brown will be bringing

Brown Debbie Wright, Becky Dob- Evangelistic Association old-fashion anointed preaching, special singing
Jim Faulkner and Steve Holy Ghost revival meeting beginning .
bins, Wright. : .r r7 and for sick nightly. ,
Pianist will be Barbara Reddish and q'r Monday, April 13th thru 17th at prayer is cordially Invited. r n
organist will be Sharon. Lyons. A 7:30: each night at the BradfordCounEveryone welcome.
v. I Special singing
Everyone is welcomed. 4I ty Fair Grounds. 4.

Communion ServiceOn -.r ( !

Thursday evening, April 18, at 1k
7:30, the Rev. Raymond Baer will
conduct a candlelight Communion w s tiA

service, at The First Christian ,b

Church on Call St. Everyone is in- d x f (U"
v VL" a/

1st United Methodist 4jW y 7P% a r.il-

Church NewsAn 13
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Easter Egg Hunt for all ages 1981 Strawberry Queen Ill

toddler thru 6 grade is this Saturday, I- ,.

April 11, at 1:30 p.m. In the Strawberry Beauties... u
Strickland's Campground. Bring a ivi A
basket only, the eggs will be already z. 3e' 'ftIt.!.
hidden. by the Easter Bunny. The queen and her court shortly after the Saturday runner-up Vickie Carver, queen Tammy Denton, and se- ( !
The Easter Cantata will again be nlght.' March 28, Strawberry Pageant are (I-r): first cond runner-up Lori Ann Lawson. I I

presented this Sunday, Palm Sunday, '\;;1 1L
during the 8:30: a.m. worship service. :

This is always a highlight of the Did You'Know........... Fire Doesn't Underhill Or Pat WelchJulia's )
Lenten season and a reflection of the Stop Julia

dedication and hard work of the choir .
Milton Mosher of and
members. Mrs. Les Becker will be High Springs Florist on Temple Ave. into the ceiling from above and below.It ..t.lI"
mother, Mrs. Mosher of New York
directing. never closed its doors after a March was fortunate the fire happened
afternoon visitors of
There will be a covered dish dinner were 31 fire burned a hole in the roof and in the daytime when somebody was in "J'II
Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper.
Maundy Thursday, April 16, at 6:30: smoke and water damaged silk goodsfor the building, several persons noted. !'
p.m. in the fellowship hall for con E. arrangements. Had the fire started at night the entire I.
Lester Denonn of Brooklyn, a re-
firmees and their families. cent visitor in Starke and father of Surveyor Pat Welch, next door, Winkler complex, which backs up to
The Maundy Thursday service will Andy Denonn, has been a surgical temporarily moved his offices to the First Baptist Church, might have
be at 7:45 p.m. in the sanctuary with a tient in Beekman Downtown Hospitalnear pa- south Walnut Street, across from gone up.

special Dramatic presentation. Com- City Hall in New York. Food Fair, while repairs are made to .
munion will also be served. his office on Temple Ave. :./ZV1 I
the week of April 1317 Holy "The doors are I in
During Monique Gravel, who has been open so can keep
week services will be at the contact with my customers," says
residing in Canada for the past two
Presbyterian Church, with a special years, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Julia Underhill operator of Julia's The nicest part of Easter is i.t
service each day and a lunch served. Florist. Mrs. Underbill said smoke
The public is Invited.Administrative Mrs. Yvon Gravel for three weeks. and water ruined silk goods for A n4 remembering all of you. Have a

Board meeting will Easter arrangements but she is sen- happy Easter Day. "
Mr. and Mrs. Don CassIUs of Ottum-
be April 13 at 7:30: p.m. week ding out wire orders and filling ordersfor i
wa, la., were Tuesday of last -
UMYF had fresh flowers.
The Senior a
High great
guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. '
time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. The hole in the roof has been patched The "1
Warren Stevenson, Crosby Lake. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair returned last until workmen can get around to Shop :

Thanks for a good time. Friday from two weeks vacation. She permanent repairs, says Mrs. 110 W. Call 964-5764 ,..
Sunrise Service will be Underhill in of
Community process restocking ,'
Joined the Roswell Historical Society .J
held at the Starke Golf and Country her shop. .
in Roswell, Ga., on a tour at the Nat "
Club on the ninth hole, at 6:30: a.m. Smoke, water, and fire resulted
chez, Miss. March 25-
Pilgrmage on Ad Good
The First United Methodist Men from electrical :
extend an short in the ceiling
29, and also visited the Sinclair '
a warm welcome to all, to cometo wiring, the fire damaging the florist OOOO
relatives in Manchester, Ga.
the pancake breakfast Easter more shop and surveryor's office in the ] @@ 7

ning in the fellowship hall from 7:30 to Capt. and Mrs. John Myers are Winkler Building on Temple Avenue ,
9:15 a.m. Tickets are adults $1.73 moving to Tequesta, Fla. this week. I tUS-301) between Jefferson and .A.-r LOW F'OOI=:> P RIc:: S
and children $1. Yummy I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Jackson Streets. Winkler Electric and .,
the local Sears store, on either side of
Jacksonville has the
Recreation Dept. Myers home on Kingsley purchased Lake. the burned buildings, were not T-Bone Camps Smoked Camps Short: Link "

Sets Egg Hunt damaged.Mrs. Pienio Smoked ,
Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth and Mrs. Underhill smelled something Becky Kelly 2"
Easter hunts sponsored by the between John Goolsby, Jr. Steak Lit. 79 11'LIt. .
egg James Tompkins are patients in burning 11:15: and 11:30: a.m. Shoulder Lb. Saiisagt :
Starke Recreation Department will North Florida Tuesday, March 31, went to the backroom
be held Thursday, April 16, at Wain- Regional Hopsital. and found flames shooting Becky L. Kelly, loners..sugarcreekl2ea.. .. . .r'n

wright Park (across from the Health Attending a Tour of Homes in Fer- down from the ceiling. Starke firemen John A. Goolsby, Jr. Luncheon Meat. . 1"u. r;,
Department at 329 N. Church St.). quickly doused the blaze by tearing Siiori. .. . .
nandina Jack Wed
To 24
on Sunday were: April
The egg-searches will be held from Trawlck, Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Miss Ham..1_ Lykes Cooked 12 ox. . . ... .1 T.%*. .. 't
10-11:30: a.m. for boys and girls ages Lillian Mrs. John Announcement is made of the approaching ,. ,
3-4 and from 2.3:30: p.m. for ages712.Prizes Stump Griffin Girl Scout Newsby marriage of Becky L. Kel- ... .50 Lb. Hunters Choice't' "= mO.11A
Mrs. Clyde Sincair, and Mrs. J.M. .. -i" .
will be given for a silver and ly of of San An- ", <: : /
Blackshear.Mrs.: daughter Jane Kelly, .L ; d ;L ixie., ,
gold egg and for most eggs found(any Carolyn Eaves tonio, Texas and Vincent Kelly of r.i LKt.O: $ii 29 "
parent helping a child will disqualify phone WH-5812 Gainesville to John A. Goolsby, Jr.,
him / her for this award). .Eve Godwin was a medical pa- The Spring Neighborhood Event son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Goolsbyof DrinkM'

Children must supply their own tient in North Florida Regional was March 14 a fitting way to Starke. Old "Cold" 6-12 Oz.
basket, sack, or whatever to collect Hospital last Wednesday to Friday. celebrate the end of Girl Scout Week. The wedding will take place Friday, Milwaukee :
eggs in. Refreshments will be served Senior Troop 669 was in charge and April 24,at 8 p.m. at Bayless Highway $199 $| 99 99 < :

afterwards. Mrs. Henry Greene was admitted to did a terrific job of making it a fun Baptist Church. Boor
"......... .. North Florida Regional Hospital last day. Approximately 75 scouts enjoyed No invitations are being issued but I -
After the egg ; ;;iS'an Easter Thursday for observation and treat decorating trefoil cookies (made by all friends and relatives are invited to Gal. Tony's Large 20 Oz. Gal. ,..,
Parade will be held with all the ment. the Seniors), making puppets after attend.
children who have made Easter bon- the puppet show,playing games, sing- Supreme $3 09 'i'

netts or hats participating. The child Scott and Jimmy Miller of Jackson ing and learning aerobic dancing. Food Preservation Fresh Pizza Dixie LilyYellow ..rllH
wearing the best bonnet or hat will ville spent the weekend with their Thanks to Laurie Mullins, Julee Wise, .
also win a prize. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Michelle Kimutis Theresa Ricks, Workshop, April 14 1 Lb. Oleo n,,' to

Miller. Nadine Green, Dawn Schoening, Pam Alicia M. Homrich. Home "Lawtey"Cabbage Margarine ., ';/Jrr.
The Scriptures QuartetTo Pratt Judy Dukes. Kathy Hobbs, Economics Agent will hold a Food 39' tJ.c'I -.lDixie
Perform April 12 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weldon and Dorothy Salazar and Nancy Odom for Preservation Workshop, Tuesday, Quarters ,! ...ur.'il'"' I u'>
daughter of Bushnell were Sunday the Fun Event. April 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the ,nllAni
The Scriptures Quartet of Palatka afternoon visitors of his mother, Mrs. Cadette Troop 520 had a special Agriculture Auditorium on N. TempleAve. I Lily 7'A O. > 'inIBVM
21'io'pz/ 1 ofH
will perform their gospel music Sun- Gladys Weldon. guest last week when Marta Wyatt of ., Starke. Macaroni ,
day, April 12, at 7 p.m., in the Nor- Jacksonville visited. Marta was one This program will feature safe 3/$1/ nfS4 IIIIIS olba
thside Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates oi Cheese or [
of the first girl guides to stay at our ways to can or freeze your garden 'rr.119v13
Everyone is cordially invited to at. Jacksonville were weekend guests of Cabana, she represented Mexico. fruits and vegetables. Ms. Homrichwill .... ., ,
tend. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. Formerly Marta lived in Cuer- display and demonstrate the best 'Quantity,.-* rese tfd fie.r odo2 j

navaca; she is Mexican. She now is a ways to preserve your food to use it Feed-seed Fertlllzer-Hardware dire oe-.n:
Did You Know.,.......... Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Peterson of wife, mother, scout leader and all year long. She will discuss canny .. .. (OJ' f, lJ:>ub
Silver Springs, Md. were last week Neighborhood Chairman also servo ing, freezing and using fresh
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Jr., guests of I his sister Mr. L.H. Gibson. ing on Gateway Council Nominating vegetables.Plan .

and son of Jacksonville were visiting They will also visit Mrs. Gibson on Committee. Marta shared a game, to attend and bring a friend. waters, Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Sr. over the Thursday to Saturday. songs and the history of the Cabana This program is free andopen to all

weekend. Mrs. Palmer, Sr. was a with the Cadettes.Brownie people regardless of race, color, sex Lawtey See- u'/or your freezer beef '
medical patient in North Florida Mrs. Florence Parcher and Troop 683 visited the Bradford or national origin. Fla. 782-3737
Regional Hospital last week. daughters Mrs. Linda Davis of last

Tallahassee and Dr. Marilyn Jensen They County enjoyed Telegraph the tour of Thursday.the dark ",....... ,. .....,.... .... ............,.. ............... ......,.......: ....:..,....... ..,.. .........-n' ....:.... .....:...
Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and of Long Beach CA. were weekend room especially. : '

daughter.Debbie of Jacksonville guests of Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Miss ''it, .. '!'t
visited Mrs. Bertha Pearce on Sun- Jean Mundy. DAV Starke "" ''''''"
day.- ChapterTo Getting Married? '

Meet April 9 jIf'"
Mr. and Mrs. James Cash and family Raiford Epperson and daughter, .
of Orlando here Mrs. Bettie Mizelle of Starke and son, All members and their families and
were over the
Dan McKinney of Suwannee County all Disabled Veterans are invited to
weekend her
visiting Sen.
and Mrs. Charley Johns. and Miss Ellie Hagan were in Quit- attend the next monthly meeting of 4 :Pt s
man and Valdosta, Ga., Saturday, the DAY Chapter#61, Starke on April
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and March 28, looking for the family 9 at 7:30: p.m. at the Pratt Street WEDDING
records of the late Lorena Epperson, Recreation Center on W. Pratt St. t .
of Jacksonville Beach
the daughter weekend with Mr. and spent Mrs. widow of Sheriff W.J. Epperson, Sr. next to the Bradford County Jail. INVITATIONSt

Huston McClane.Mr. .
Miss Sara Dama ree of Ocala visited Did You Know........... .f I
and Mrs. G. C. Norman of her aunt, Mrs. H.C. Ritch last Tues- TI 11
to .
day Thursday.Mr.
Tallahassee were last Wednesday and
Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins ant .
Russell Norman.Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQuaig of family of Jacksonville were Sunda) ,,,".;.
Waycross spent Sunday with her visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. *, All Kinds of t .

and Mrs. A.S. Harrison and mother, Mrs. Mack Williams. Orie Wiggins. Wedding Accessories w ':

grandson Richard Harrison the '.
spent Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. John Paul C. Nugent Sr. family and I including I I ;..
weekend with their daughter and ......;. ,, ; ,
Griffin attended the FFWC district friends were the weekend guests of .r 'i.
family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles MyersIn
Atlanta and attended the wedding four President's Council meeting at sons Jimmy and Ronnie Nugent and Guest Book :i.1!; 0" ,
of their St. Paul's Episcopal Church Parish their families in Camptown near ::, \ .
granddaughter Nancy Myersto Bridal ; \ ,
Hall with GiftsToasting .:
Tom Boyd on Saturday afternoon. on Monday Gateway Orlando this weekend. The group t'k' t ;

Enroute home they visited Mr. and Woman's Club as hostesses. which included Mr. and Mrs. Nugent, Glasses .
Mrs. W.B. Harrison in Perry, Ga. sons Ricky and Danny Nugent Mr. e4 ,.. ...,v
Orie Wiggins has been a patient in and Mrs. Buddy Collings, Roger ., '1

Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby returned Bradford County Hopsital for the past Hartley, Denise Griffis, Richard '\ ) i ( ,".
I ; .
last Thursday after spending a month two weeks. Flynn and grandchildren Emily and \ THE 1 .

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton Patterson Jim Nugent, camped out for the : .
In Montgomery, Ala., Mr. and Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. John Grif- weekend cooked out Saturday, and e) \ OFFICE "
Mrs. Bill Dansby and family in Laming fin and Mrs. W.H. Thompson attendedthe went to Disney World all day Sunday.Bill .'..I \
Mich.,Mr.and Mrs. Fred Gritten state American Cancer Society
in Kingman Ind. and Capt. and Mrs. kickoff meeting at the Sheraton Hotel' Floyd of the First Baptist SHOP .

Mickey Dansby and family in Colorado in Jacksonville on Tuesday. Church of Starke, has recently been II I I A4' l \ "
Springs, Colo. awarded a Certificate of Achieve- tlO W C.HISt! .. Complete Line of

Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford of ment for participation in Sound Shop, .964-5/64 II Wedding Cards ft ,,:I.It::
Mr. and Mrs. 'T. L. Casey Jr., Tavares were Sunday to Tuesday 1981. The seminar was specifically for '., \ \\
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boyer in guests of Mr.and Mrs. L.C. Early and church sound technicians, Music 'I 3 Stark ..Fl.< 1. Albums by Hallmark' r : N
Tampa over the weekend.Mr. they had luncheon Monday at Cedar Directors Pastors, laymen, and \.;,..::;; .
others to become better acquaintedwith .<< ',< '
and Mrs. R..A. Colson attended Key.Miss the world of sound systems, their f Call today for assistance j' I ,

ho !Seth! wedding anniversary receptUm -. Brenda Roberts was a medical <4 operation, components, and techniques -r a l ..,.,.with :i
: < 'pions'"r
for Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Stuart patient in Bradford County Hospital < and tricks for getting the most .your wedding
in. Fort I Jiudcrda Saturday night. Saturday evening to Monday. mt of a sound system. "." .

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April MMI' TI.1*WkAlblIill'PaQ/ > !)A"
iWRUrn IAIiU.t. Bradford Middle Pledge Sheets For AntyutriSchtiofoD trill
StJI Birthdays 1 SchoolDates Superwnlk
) 1 '.\.erry) Wadsworth celebrated'' his ., . ... .
; 1(1/( (/ 'V st.I|"|J I /ill tqt'I| ( '( ) 18th,birthday on April.1. To Remember Pledge sheets for the annual March presented the school wTtn" As'nlosVwalkers
r 'IH"b,! DoIClresld4JI, 'III 1 1 1. ,' ( Danielle Mersey, had a nice April 8..Social Studies! and,Science f Loucinda ARTIST or Griffin THE WEEK of Dimes Superwalk set Ap(ll 75 pan .f represent "tnu;/ "6)t8D3
Loucinda in
phone 4611.1913IJ r ,11,1 decorated, cake on,,her,6th birthday. Six Weeks test. Mrs. Ross' 4th did is be picked up at the1.'school JoT theJj,. TheJP'r"/ k "'iIMWtl8f\cl i \ nih'
,11'' II >' : 'J,' J '" '.I I "I, I' April,1., period class and a p1 at wilrqs; 'fiP41.
.. .Congtatulatlon April Language AtandPE.Six nice walkers, says walk official\ Georgtffv" the ngpy armory .an ,4
', of clown.
Dale LI,i Wadsworth, < ". I I" I Amy Clark had a family celebration Weeks tests. ''''' very The winner drawing of the Bradford,a Loper. C ';'J. i i Ti'-} a j Thet1p! ; nilel 'tijlk: { starts el P !pm. 0 I
List is.on the Dean's for her 13th birthday on April 5. April 10. Related Arts and, Math Six 1980-81( County If a runner gets $50 on his >pledge>l > I AoyoneFpterestedltygetling! t .,
at Bee
Swainsboro. Spelling
Georg ,.. Emmanuel Billy Horne celebrated his 10th bir' Weeks tests. Theresa was our own sheet he will receive a Superwalk '0, ) ( plgdgG!lit,
College. She is credited with thday April 5 in St. Petersburg where April 13.1'f-Spring Vacation the McCollum, 7th grade. Out of patch. If a walker gets$100 in pledges sheets,.foe, the uperwalk, is.which?
receiving' fiye A/s and hopes to he attended the wedding of Ronnie ,students top twelve places we had two BMS he gets a Superwalk T-shirt, add for ., walker gets'plefJ es1' ofl1wney'p4Fl.,, ; I
become a'Speech Therapist.Dale is Knight with his family. Also they all Plans are underway for the 8th Sheryl Wimberly,6th grade, $250 in pledges the runner Will'receive ", local residents, and,
the daughter, of Gordon Wadsworth. enjoyed the lovely birds and scenery grade Disneyworld trip, sponsored by placed these fourth. We are very proud of a bicycle. businQssestotbenefk.the, ,: ( Marchof,, ) 41 .I
Happy Anniversary at the Sunken Gardens there. A young ladies and extend our A will 'be. Dimes Coach ,Loper .
Mr. and .Mrs. .Gerald Adklns the 8th Grade Parent Association. congratulations to all participants. Superwalk trophy ,, ran puptact; '
celebrated Visitors dance will be held in the BMS gym on "" -'"- 'j ".1
their"seth '
Wedding An- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lefebvre of
April 25 from 7-10 tickets
niversary on April 2.On' : p.m.
Sunday they Prescott Arizona spent several days are also going to be sold for prizes, ServicemenSgt. !
accompanied Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Max recently with his mother Mrs. Viola information will be comingsoon.
well to Palatka
where they enjoyed a Lefebvre. p' I
celebration dinner ,. Mr and Mrs. Claude Garbett of
German House Guests Thomasville, Georgia, spent the' Carl llimsinger
Mr and Mrs:Joe Riddick and D.J. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bee Competition scheduled Sgt. Carl Hunsinger of Starke, f5 .. -" < v.m" f2j, ; r'- UKpj. '
met Andreas Barth at the Gainesville Adkfns. 25 in Jacksonville.New for April received an early promotion to Sgt.in We can buifd I on your lot, a three bedroom
Airport Sunday evening. He is a student Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and Mr. Student the U.S. Air Force, March I, 1981.
from Erfstady-Leflar, Germany, and Mrs. Francis Meng visited Mr. Grace Hebert was welcomed as anew Sgt. Hunsinger was promoted to '(tiBfi I I I
and will be a guest at the Riddick and Mrs.Earle Wilson.in Jacksonvilleon student in Cindee Lawrence's Senior Airman by a special promotion
home for three weeks. Friday. Kindergarten Class last week. board on February Zl, 1980 and Is cur
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register, Joni Movie School Pictures rently assigned to Dyess Air Force 1 I
III, have as guests a teacher, Mrs. Mrs. Ruth Riddick, son D.J. and Pictures of students and Base in Abilene, Texas. He is now
Wachholzand, Uschi Streich who is a daughter Cassie Cooper accompanied members were taken at the school enrolled in the Criminal Justice Program _
student from the same area in Ger the Youth Department of the last Wednesday. Proofs will be sent at Hardin-Simmons University
many. First Baptist Church to Gainesville home to parents in a few weeks in Abilene, Tex. Hunsinger is major
This project is sponsored by Mrs. when they recently saw the In- Easter Break ing in Police Administration with a |ip
Wayne Whiffen and Mrs. James teresting movie "Joni". Students and school minor in Parole and Probation.
O'Brian of Starke. If sufficient Interest Hampton Elementary School have next week personnel will Sgt. Hunsinger graduated from
April 13 thru
is shown students from this Spelling Bee school holidays. Enjoy them as Bradford High School in 1975. Longchamp I Homes
area may participate in a similar program Amy Clark, a 7th grader, and everyone!
later in Germany.The Cassandra Fisher from the 5th grade, '
students who arrived on Sun- represented : '
Hampton Elementary Mjfcij
day will be attending Bradford High School at the Countywide Spelling Bee St. Edwards Church Hall '. :
School while here. held in Starke on March 31.
Senior Citizens Cassandra was presented a Certificate BINCOEvery
The Hampton Senior Citizens enjoyed for placing 6th.
a good meeting on Friday at the Amy came out in second place and h] '
City Hall. Myrtice Crim was welcomed was presented an inscribed trophy a Saturday 7:30 P.M. ]
as a new member. Their next special pin, and a Certificate for her 411 N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. _
meeting will be held Friday, April 17, achievement. She will be representing -
at 2 p.m. H.E.S. in the District Spelling


Community Newsby

Elizabeth G. Walker Worship 6:30: p.m. Tuesday 6-7
phone!fiB..116113 Prayer. Immediately after Prayer
Bible Band, Friday 7 p.m. Young FAIRI
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.: Adult Choir rehearses. Friday 8 p.m. FOOD
The monthly meeting of Dell 168 Pastoral Teaching.
will be held Thursday April 9, 7:30: Pleasant Grove United Methodist
p.m. in the Masonic Hall on Brownlee ChurchDinners: will be sold from the
Street. All members are invited to be church kitchen, Saturday beginningat
present. 12 noon.
There will be Sunday School only. SAVINGS
Concerned Citizens meeting: The Mt. Morlah United Methoodist
monthly meeting of the Concerned Church: Sunday School only.
Citizens will be held in the Cafeteriaof Antioch Baptish Church. Thursday
R.J.E. Monday, April 27, 1981 at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Bible
7:30: p.m. All members and interestedare Study. Sunday School 9:45: Morning
Invited to attend and join the Worship 11 a.m.The Choir will sing ai ARE IN
organization. The help of the citizensis Starke Nursing Home. Evening Wor .
needed. ship 6 p.m.
I Church Activities: The Victory Temple Church of God. _
: Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Worship service is held each Saturday
I Church: Monday and Tuesday 7 at 12 noon. The members cordially
p.m. Easter rehearsal.' Tuesday 7:30: Invite you to attend. ,
I Prayer Meeting. Wednesday all Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday
II circles will meet at the church. Thurs- School 10 a.m. Morning Worship
day Easter, rehearsal 7 p.m. Friday 11 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.
I 6:30: Junior Choir and Junior Usher St. John Missionary Baptist .
' rehearsal. Saturday 9 p.m. is a work Church, Lawtey: Sunday School each
I' day. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning Sunday 10 a.m. Choir rehearses
Worhsip 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 Wednesday ap,m. Bible Class Friday

, p.m. .. 7 p.m. Church service 2nd and 4th Not in stamps or gimmicks. 1 :, .:
First BoritCiilircli.of4hfeLiving": SUlitl)'. Easter practice Monday and 'yf / 'r a,,"
Cod] The Youth Council will bJd,:,J e$ Wr.JU.i! .p.m. I ._...,__. :
Atlantic Beach! :Fia. 9-11. Tuesday of Greater. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Food Fair'permit' : mi to save hard'ash.. I don't have to 4r
eacH weekBibielStudy''' and Prayer Church: Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn
shop at another store or look for gimmicks. My savings ?.
730.: Friday Tarrying Service 7:30: ing Worship 11 a.m. 4
are in my pocketbook so I can spend as I please.LIBBY'S a'
pm.There will be a week of Prayer at ATTENTION SENIOR CITIZENSOn I
[the church April 13: 17. Sunday Tuesday April 14, 1981, the
School 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship Silver-Haired Legislature Electionswill
11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 p.m. Evening be held. Everyone who Is aged 60 0 o
Worship 7:30 p.m. or over and a registered voter is urge CORNWHOLE
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Vanguard's girls and won by 13.5 points, 73'4 to Santa Fe's from the pack in the mile relay with a Bright was sixth in the pole vault !
Gainesville Buchholz's boys made off 60, with Baker County edging 410.4: school record time(busted just II
with the team titles in last Friday's Vanguard 43-41 for third. three days later) as Smith anchoredin Both & Girls ,I
TI annual Bradford Invitational, with Marks was the long jump 5It.7. Boys
: the host BUS girls and boys taking champ 100 runnerup, and fourth Th mite medley foursome -- Second in PalatkaBoth
third and sixth respectively in the placer in the 220 1vooneSanders&locUDB.Searcy,and the Tornado boys and girls
field of 10 teams. Pattie Taylor, a junior at In- Smith-had an even easier time of it, were second in a six team get-
tL LK Using relay power in the girls division terlachen won the 100, 220, and long winning by seconds in 4:35.3: together in Palatka Monday afternoon
the Lady Tornadoes ammassec jump and was selected as girls Even in the 440 relay BUS had the .
1 I 48 points, just six points off the Outstanding Performer over Staffordand fastest times in !the heats another Palatka's defending
54-point pace of runnerup Buchholz. Bradford's own Louette Smith. school record at 50.1 but faulty In the boys portion streaked
\ iLr Behind state-champ hurdler Diane easy winner in the 440 and anchor stickwork slowed the Lady Tornadoes state champ Panthers
Stafford, winner of both hurdles, member of Bradford's two winning down to a 52.0 third place in the finals. away from the field with 164V&other points>four
but the Tornadoes beat the )
talent-rich Vanguard was an easy relay units.It for the
Marks was the main cog
winner with 75 points. was the relays that powered the Tornado boys but not the only one. teams, edging Crescent City 6855Izfor
The speed of Steve Marks, a can- Lady Tornadoes as Smith was the Both mile and mile medley"relay second. I
The girls meet went down to the
didate for boys Outstanding Per- lone individual winner with her 59.4
teams took fourth Brad Hildreth and
; wire before host Palatka nipped the
4 'M.. I IJs < former,carried the Tornadoes to 361& 440( win that again lowered her school Kenny Wright set personal bests in I
s Lady Tornadoes 105-102. ,
2 A points and seventh. Buchholz with record. the shot put to place 4th and 6th; Cur i I
Outstanding Performer Roger Camp- The mile relay unit of Pam tis Jones knocked his 2-mile down into
bell scoring big in the sprints, and ( BIIS Track & Field 12A) t
Hawkins Kim Slocum, Sheila Searcy the 10's to place; Ronald Davis was see pg. I
their 120 yard high hurdlers going: 1-2, and Louette Smith streaked awav; fifth in the high jump; and Kenny tI I

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Waters Men's Church Tourney

Opens Thursday Night in StarkeCalvary TEA FRESH FNE8H FRESH 1f

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"B" Teams Gather at Raiford BEANS

For Poor Boys Invitational

Poor Boys will be hosting another- Lake City, Gainesville Fire Department 9 h.n,

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Director Wilbur Rogers of Poor starting at 7 p.m. with play picking
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The Tornadoes won the ballgame 4-3 N

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week for the Tornadoes of BUS, play Buchholz once and Gainesvillehas Keystone.

'.. The Bradford High nine did three losses now (after a 7-1 BITS was one out away from victory
I" :I everything but win in two games it defeat at Live Oak's hands Tuesday) over its neighboring rivals as
0 '4 ff }.. 'i dearly wanted to wina Friday night with a game against Buchholz Thursday unbeaten pitcher Kenny Clark had
contest against neighboring ," BUS Coach Mike Hartley said survived a four-run Indian first and
"r Heights and a battle for first pace in "It's going to a mess. If we beat was nursing a 5-4 lead after retiring
i"U.altd District 5-AAA against Gainesville Eastside it looks like it'll be us and Scott Bannon and Kenny Jennings in
.... ".. ,, wry rlRk /P' Buchholi Balancing those two heartbreakers Live Oak." The Tornadoes split with the top of the last. But Keystone winning -
"" '. / though were district vic- Live Oak early in the year, beatingthe pitcherClark Stovall doubled,Jeff
: tories over North Marion<< last Thurs 'Dogs 18-14 after losing 4-3 in nine Stone singled him home and Bostic

.", day and Santa Fe Tuesday night innings. ripped a curve ball over the left field
Keystone topped the Tornadoes on a BHS hosts Palatka (which ripped barrier to give the Indians their ISlh
two-out homer in the bottom of the Buchholz 16-3 Tuesday night to drop win against five losses.
k '(., ,, last and Buchholz, which had been the Bobcats to 18-2 overall) in a home
beaten only by BUS coming into the game Tuesday night April 14. Star The hosts had jumped out to an ear-
v, game survived by a 5-4 score in 12 innings ting time is 7:30 p.m. Hartley said ly 4-0 advantage as a BUS error put
despite being out hit 12-5 a:? the Scott Allen would probably get the runners at first and second in the first
r Tornadoes left 17 runners on base. starting pitcher's role with Bill inning to set up a two-run double by
., "ww 1 BUS had squeezed past North Goodge and Kenny Clark or David Stovall. Bostic then doubled Stovall
; Marion's Colts 4-3 in a designated Sparks going in the Eastslde twinbill. home and Sam Sibley singled to plate
district contest at home and shook off BUS has a home field rematch with Bostic.
1, the effects of Monday night's drawn Keystone Saturday,April 18, at 2 p.m. BUS got two back in the third as
out ballgame: to edge Santa Fe 6-4 and Hartley said Allen will get the Clark singled catcher Bill Goodge
The district wins:: pushed BUS to 5-3 start against the Indians. doubled and Chuck Johnson singledto
,WO.," "" ... ... in 5-AAA play, two games behind bring them both home.
., ,: JIt ButhhoU but right in the thick of the Tornadoes S. Fe Then in the fourth, after Clayton
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.U: '" ._.... if''f'.t.1,: ,'\;' < Thursday, April 16, home field Bill Goodge tossed a three-hitter to Scott Hudson unloaded his third
t ,'!f.S;' doubleheader against Eastside left on earn his second win and the Tor- homer of the season to left center and

.,>'4 ;...- "-..... ". ..r.- \ ". ....."". the district slate (starting time 4 nadoes used key hits and a couple of Bradford had its 5.4 advantage.
"" ... _' >.. ''; '' p.m.), Raider errors to build up a 6-1 lead Clark was in control in the middle
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L.tt "As far as I know Live Oak Just has Tuesday night at Alachua. innings,allowing just one hit. Overallhe

Scott Hudson, Kenny Clark, and surrendered eight hits and two
Clayton Norman had two hits each to walks while striking out 10.
lead Bradford's eight-hit attack. Clark and Johnson were both for-4
Hudson singled home Randy for BHS with Parado Hudson ;
Parado to give BHS a 1-0) firstinninglead Goodge, Mark Williams. Scott Allen. :
and Clark singled and scored in and Ricky Sullivan adding the other ;
the third. Kenny took third on an error safeties in Bradford's 10 hit attack :Ii
off a Bill Goodge smash to third Bostic went 3-for-4 with three RBI's 7
and then scored when nobody covered and Stovall was 2-for-4 with two
home for the Raiders on a foul pop by doubles for the Indians.
Chuck Johnson.

Santa Fe got one run back in the Tornadoes 4 N. Marion ::1
bottom of the third but Bradford pushed -
REVOLUTIONIt's two more across in the third. The Tornadoes did just enough to
Goodge singled home Parado with win against North Mai'ion's weak

two outs, and after Goodge stole se- Colts ((3-10) last Thursday.

cond, the Raider rightfielder Four Colt runners got to third base!
mishandled a line drive, allowing and six more reached second against
Your Total Food Bill That Counts. Goodge to race home.In David Sparks in his second '81 stint
the sixth BHS got two more. Nor- but the senior righthander struck out
man singled and Parado doubled him seven spread seven hits out, and
home with two outs and came around allowed just one earned run .- stranding -
himself on consecutive singles by 10 baserunners in the process
jtYKES Hudson and Clark. On offense the Tornadoes did little
The loss dropped the Raiders to 3-3 managing just five hits but with two
CHICKEN ORANGE SMOKED SLICED in district play.Buchholz runs scoring on North !Marion

I J BR(AST*TR i WITH*BACKS'**Edi'atRSV r BACON throways at third and Scott Hudson
WITH ACKS-3nICKi- LT PKQSttfiifstlFkAi JUICE 5 Tornadoes 4 homo
OR A. PREMIUM *ADK NOnUNeonuN delivering an inside-the-park
BITS, which beat the Bobcats 11-6 In run BUS was one better in the score
flonuN Gainesville to inflict the 'Cats only column.
d loss in their first 19 games had the Two of the Tornado runs came early -

visitors on the ropes: all night long in as BHS put its first three men nn
Starke Monday night but never could base to signal what might have been a

.. ,. ., N administer the knockout punch. lopsided ballgame. Hudson walked to
w. A-
The Tornadoes banged 12 hits off leadoff, stole second and came homeon
... DROAgN back to-back singles by Chuck
aLVDECUT-r ". 'h anennn fUlf"E" three Bobcat pitchers but stranded 17
.;: ,. Ap. T' "SHUCK"POT : r; 't UnDERBLADE BONELESS CALIFORNIAROASTS BEEP i,,. PAr MOASTS BAKE 6 StRVC runners and struck out 17 times. Johnson and Kenny Clark Johnsonwas
PORK, CHOPS TURKEYPORKRYiifBS I Bradford had runners and second and thrown out at third on the cut lot f
or.STEAKS off of Clark's base hit. Clark came on
third with no outs in the fourth and
ROAST MEAT LOAF fifth but got neither runner home; left around when the catcher's throw onKenny's
the bases full in the seventh after steal of third sailed past Hit-

flUYe tlUYB scoring two runs to tie the game; bag.Only
tlurN .98' $168 $198$18 stranded the winning run at second in one of the next six bat In-
OVER E 50' the eighth; left runners at first and reached for BHS and North !Marion

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twelfth now down 5-4, the Tornadoeshad errors and consecutive singles and ,
runners at first and second with bases-Ioaded.walk brought I hen
... .) one out but couldn't get the tieing run across.
YOUPIMKY .vrNrD4r YOU .. '.. YOU Hudson's solo homer a fly ball llu.l
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rmict Olson. tflPNItlMORAOPBNtAHTS 1NIC/ Hartley sighed Wednesday. "Nobody rightfielder into the corner put BII.V
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after leaving runners at second and!
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98 CheeseCHEDDARI98
Pork Butts_LB! | Sausage ((ITALIAN).. 198 6a scored three unearned runs and had the seventh. when Tornadc",
."t fielder Mark Williams lost a IK
three runs walked in.
I. ..
COMPARE. : IVKNVOAV FlflC pennv Mf a, BrlViVrmct YOU COMPARe's',.'v+r a Herr;::Io"C'SJOlV"o U.'r!'" COMPARE ..It: FINCHCMPHICI VCNVDAVPtrtnv SAVE YOU COMPARE "1 nxr:::u NAVEnfPNDtM YOU Two runs were forced in on bases on ball while in chase. Sparks got .1 i
''co. +II111Mr RNNCA( balls in the seventh to give Buchholz a popup with (the tieing run at second\

,......OH.AUBBun NINOI11.CXIC.iM.*t f KAH 8.4D'TUBI E' 550.011'T, N w Moi LOAF.PANTRY PRIDE PULL A PART 4801 JAR VLASIC KOSHER OR 4-2 lead and the winning run in the top end the game.
rI: : r q .
; iq ::: I rJ 8 Johnson 2 for-.) for UIIS with ,
EI'tTREIS99 l 149HolPOLYBAQ of the twelfth was walked in with two was .
MOrtOn : !.! Crest ToATHP Sf. ;::J L2) Bread 2/$169 120'| Polish Dills_ Hudson. Clark, and Clayton Norman
... ...... .. ... outs.
te LANE "
*lHtAf9Lt OH mAW I | Cu: {' I MILL FARMS "1 Q Allen went 6%, allowing just three providing the other hits ti I.R I.
WetOnes2L279 [ ] 3/
Cream Cakes .10! 70' Coconut Cakell59 0 Blackeye Peas hits and one earned run while strikingout HI r.
.......,.. 101 022 0. 4 I 1
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1 Soi- .. .
Garlic Bread' _89* 122J Dry Idea HI39DISPOSABLE {Q! It: Bra 2/l19 [!!J Green Beans_3/1 [!!] whose record dropped to 3-2 with the W.Ooodg P. .(lll.) Ml 002 I 4 S 1

loss, went the last S'.i' surrendering II P.rod...|SIluclllMll ').
1401 FROZEN ORI.ID. j rI: : rf !!" r.I: c., just two hits and one run while fann-
Dinner Frles97* Ll.!l Cricket L.OHTE. 2/97* 41' M.n"ey Buns_7 9 L.J! Plastic Wrap--99CAIRWAND !! ing eight and walking five 000 90] 101 000 200 100 000 001 .. i ISOIrottoirf II 4

191rnnr Williams Ricky Sullivan, Johnson W Jshn.n(1(t ) I. Clod ((3.1)).
and Clayton Norman had the Tornado 2.. LIpoIYNOU. ( >.

RBI's. Sr.rff.'dC.. 001 3(10 0 t 10 I
Keystone 7 Tornadoes 5 'JI..II((4.11.) t Clork((J n.)
"lP WB RHIRSAf:: 2.. INS 0_lg>. KM! Slov.ll 2 IonicMR .
There was a dramatic ending to a SHE HudiOfl (lrd.). KHl, liilllcNo .
dramatic game in this Friday after- .
* 002 000 1 0 t I
1 . ,, noon thriller as Grady Bostic blasteda ..o0 I.,c.. 101 010. 411 '
/ -- HERSHEY ?- ?ICHOCOIATE two-out homer down the leftfield W.D.'I.h.' <(.0)MR ).
LATEX "- "PENNZOIL >AVOP1EB> f- line to Rive( the Indians a 7.5 win over INS,HudlM(Sod). .:
SUPER]It HEAWlDcm i' ,
4 SYRUP .r
!|l.L.QiyJB.S'Jj.Sj] | | BLADES .

gip HERSHEY_t NESTLE tl1L1 _PANTRY PRIDE Sports Calendar for Next Week .Ii; ;

Thursday April 9- t :


IO3ox"H .5 / 1 99 J 48o2 $179 Friday.BIIS AprUlo-girls softball at G'ville IIS ((4:30): ) ...'

CAN BTL G'ville Tire women's softball tourney opens at Brooker 1 1i

SAVE 2O BAYF 5" SAVE 10. SAVE 10' Poor Boys mens "B" softball tournament opens at Raiford 1I

Saturday April 11- .
BH2S3 VSr I Atyt" 4V I10011(0' cnicc' ? 1011111 Softball continues in Starke ( v
COMPARE church
: ) Brooker
.1B RAVE eUrlllln, ,*Dn...ND1a. ;Amt/n J.o..AraD.Y." (\\omens).
g n a'r"an' IjJfZ hCharmln' and Raiford ( men's "B") -
I.Hill I VAI R IIAI//NIN1Ma 69 1 rT''. 'E'rNY'__ d i :. U" e Q LQ lDissa I j :=
1 2a
,I'NI/, .'tf 1}I FOOOI'I'I"wILtsAVIVOCJMORIO'! '" Sunday. AprilIZ- :;:;
I "" HIM ''U'I I.''HI nuts, I 112IO:: l i"L' 1 YOU. !TOTAL OD81 LO"WEWILL a'O Finals of tourneys at Brooker Raiford ,
Coffee: : f219 S I : y: \f"J2 r' ,
; eyal Q1fferenceInCasht *' *' *
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N'. tI" Olll lillll, II .wl l t 11 WHIM 1 Tuesday. April 14- "
I i'HUt7 NOW/I Y Wa4.1i11 CAA TEND l".PIi'O..U INNT 1NIa' WEIR Of ANY DrNER 1UrlA r f:!
D .-' ... ... '2/*1 4=. .. "" 'IN. w\ 09Ola"'i'H' o..cc. ,m CASH Co.rARL '.'CO.O" Palatka at BUS baseball (7:30)) lafi'm', '
r-:$sing!! 11'OOOQ"i. t4.'I>{HII.. ',.."...oIU'P''OfAL'.O..0.' ".... ,;; rwlP: : 1 YIJI +
It .1.1I/AN lliniAIIINA. ,WIMIIt, rNI OINU MASKIT TNAI117000.'., Dltlalt/SNIN LNACT.AAeIlMR!, TOU.000 rAIN, fO IIAI0 roan PAIR elGLTI' r., wuLrAY NIRPI AO YOU LEADER' BUS track & field (with Live Oak) at Santa Fe (3:30):
r.=t .....LNIP/CE IN CA/N
Tomatoes 3 9 !.!
-- Dgggg Thursday. April 16-

g Eastslde at BUS baseball ((7:30)

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t' 11I.T"U'GltAPIl April HISI .


for Bradford County enable the clerk mall AND FOR

I INTENTION NOTICE OF *I 'Zoning 'ii RezGning Nolices Florida. the, Probate addrass Division of- one copy representative.All to each personal PROBATE COUNTY DIVISION.FLORIDA.

LEGALS _ c.'II_'[ _'II: TO REGISTER which Is P.O. Drawer B, persons InterestedIn Case No. B1-26-CP.

FICTITIOUS Starke. Florida 32091.
'Aue' NOTICE Courthouse. At this designated the estate to whom a In re: Estate of
.. n. STEVE WHITEHEAD C time all persons Interested Neighborhood Commercial The personal represen.totive copy of this Notice of Administration CHARLES e. HENLEY

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF I STEVE CARDIN have shall be heard the property of of the estate Is has been Deceased.

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Defendants. Pursuant to Section made application for for or against the proposal HERBERT E. BROWN L.G. "EDWARDS JR.. mailed ore required NOTICE OF

CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN Case No. BO.9BB.Clv.J.WC 865.09. Florida Statutes.notice SPECIAL EXCEPTION for as specified In described as follows: whose address Is 8307 WITHIN THREE MONTHS- ADMINISTRATIONThe

AND FOR BRADFORD Is hereby given Concrete Batch Plant to the Zoning Code of located 2'/i' miles Southof S.W. 142nd Avenue, FROM THE DATE OF THE. administration of

COUNTY FLORIDA. AMENDED that the undersigned. the Bradford County Bradford County.Donald' Hwy 100 off Speed- E-214 Miami Florida FIRST PUBLICATION OF the estate of CHARLES E.

CIVIL ACTION ORDER OFSERVICE Lamar Williams Rt. I I. Board of Adjustments L. Rordon vIII. Rd.. One (1)) acre 33183. The name and address THIS NOTICE to file any HENLEY
FL deceased
Cose No. 81 98-CA. BY Box 20A. Lawtey on propertythat Chairman Bradford ((100' x 473') In Section of the personalrepresentative's objections they may Number 81-26-CP.' is

In re The Marriage of PUBLICATIONThe advised 32058. sole owner doing Is Classified I land County Zoning Board. 25, Township 8 South at. have that challenges the pending in the Circuit

EDWARD LEE COMBS Court Plaintiff.being United business under the firm described below: 4/9 1 Itchg.! Ranger 22 East parcel torney is set forth below: validity of the decedent'swill Court for Bradford County
Husband AND name Located one mile Southof 6021 for General All persons having the qualifications of
States of America that Florida Probate Division
CALLS. Rt. I. Box
DOROTHY D. COMBS. TURKEY Starke on the Eastside Neighborhood Business claims or demands the personalepresen..
the address of
Wile service by publicationcould :O.A. lawtey Fl. 32058. of Hwy 301 in Sec PUBLIC NOTICE with the sale of beer against the estate Or. tative, or the venue or
be completedby which Is Bradford
NOTICEOF not Intends to register said tion 5, Township 7 Notice Is hereby given and wine, required WITHIN THREE jurisdiction of the Court. County

SUIT- April 13. 1981 thedote fictitious name under the South. Range 22 East that the Board of Adjustment You are further given MONTHS FROM THE ALL CLAIMS, Courthouse, North Temple
forth in this Avenue Starke.Florida
NO PROPERTYTO Court's set Order of Serviceby provisions of aforesaid: six and one-half ((6'/i) City of Starke. NOTICE that a copy of DATE OF THE FIRST DEMANDS AND OBJEC. 32091.,The .

DOROTHY D statute. acres out of parcel Florida. will conduct a said proposed OR. PUBLICATION OF THIS TIONS NOT SO FILED nameand .
Publication entered address of the Personal
Denniston Dated this 2nd day of 470300100. hearing at 7:00: P.M. In DINANCE Is availablefor NOTICE, to file with the WILL BE FOREVER BAR-

COMBS 2019 Roanoke.VrnU .. on February 27. 1981 April. AD 1981 In Bradford The Bradford County the City Commission your Inspection at clerk of the above courta Representativeond

Avonue., 24015 hereby follows amends Its Orderas County. Florida. 4/2 Zoning S Planning room City Hall Starke, the office of the Director written statement of REDDate of the first of the PersonalRepresentative's '

you ARE HEREBY This cause: came to be 4tpd 4/23. Board will conduct a Florida on April 28 of Zoning and Planning any claim or demand publication of this Noticeof are set forth attorney

action public hearing at their 1981. to consider a request Bradford County they may have. Each Administration: April
NOTIFIED 'that on heard upon the verified NOTICE OFINTENTION below:
held at for a special exception Courthouse, Stark. claim must b. In
(10'' Dissolution of mar- motion of Plaintiff for on regular meeting writing 9, 1981. All Interested personsare
7:30 P.M. in the County to allow a bar Florida. and must indicate the
been filed /s/L.G. Edwards Jr.. file with
has order for service oy TO REGISTER required to
Mage Commission Meeting cocktail lounge, and Each and basis for the claim, the
D. every per. As Personal
uqainst, you Dorothy publication and it appearing FICTITIOUS Representative the court WITHIN
Combs ond you ore re- that this action NAME Room in the Bradford package store, In the B-2 son having any interest' name and address of the of the Estate of MONTHS FROM THE

of County Courthouse Community Commercial whatever In the enactment creditor or his agent or LLOYD G. EDWARDS FIRST
qu'red to serve a copy has been brought for the DATE OF THE
yOUr written defense, ifany enforcement of a lien Pursuant to Section Starke Florida on Tuesday District on that parcel of of this proposed attorney and the Deceased. PUBLICATION OF THIS
April 28, 1981. and land described as ORDINANCE should amount claimed. If the
All claimsagaln.1
to iI t. on theIa'ntlff. against real property 865.09. Florida Statutes NOTICE: ((1)I)
situated within the Mid. is make a recommendation follows: and be heard at claim is not yet due, the SONAL REPRESENTATIVE the estate and
s attorney notice hereby gIventhat to the Bradford Com 561 Ft S From SW the time and place :date when it will become
whose name and ad. die District of Florida and the undersigned : Richard E. Wei- ((2)) any objection by oninterested
Corner of South & due
County Board of Adjustments prescribed. shall be stated If
described follows: ty. P.O. Box 995. 954 to
as 607
Jr oss is Dudley Hardy. RICHARD L. CRANE. person
Run S
Sis A BOARD the claim
concerningthis Thompson OF BRAD. Is
Esquire Pierce & Hardy Let 8. DENNY HEIGHTS Melton Terrace, Starke, or North'T.mpl. Avenue whom notice was mailed
SPECIAL EXCEPTION 107 Ft W 208 Ft to WalnutSt FORD COUNTY COM. unliquidated the natureof
the NW Starke, Florida 32091
at the
Commence Fl. sole that challenges
PAP O Drawer 1030 32091 owner
No 105 208 Ft
Storke Florida 32091 corner of the SWV. of the! doing business under the application.At uncertainty shall Telephone ((904)) validity of the will, the
POB. (Parcel being : be ttated. If
all the
22 this time persons ByIGilbert S. claim is 9648050.
SW'of Section
firm of HOME qualifications of the
with personal
the name
and file original will be heard concerning located at 528 S. WalnutSt. Brown. Clerk. I tchg 4/9 secured the security 4/9 4/30.
6 South
Township Range 4tchg
above MAINTENANCE. 607 representative
the clerk of the
.) Th. of Elton shall be described.
this application prop.rty The
Bradford County.
22 East of
slylffd' court on or Melton Terrace Starke, Ward. venue or jurisdiction
as specified In the claimant shall deliver
before. April 20. 1981.otherwise Florida and run Fl. 32091 Intends toregl.ter NOTICE OF the courl.more.
North 89 degrees and 40 said fictitious Zoning Codes of Bradford Each and every person APPLICATIONFOR sufficient copies of the IN THE CIRCUIT
a judgment having an Interestwhatever claim to the clerk COURT LEGALS
minutes East 831 .B2 feetto County.L.M. to EIGHTH
may be entered against name under the provisions TAX DEED
Director in the special JUDICIAL
you for the relief, a point. thence run of aforesaid Gaines NOTICE IS HEREBY CIRCUIT. IN 11A
47 Bradford County exception should appear page
South 0 degrees
demanded in the complaint statute. GIVEN. that J.R. & LOIST.
minutes West 25 feet to Zoning Board & and be heard on the time .
: Doted this 19th day of BULLINGTON the -
or petition. Building. 4/9 Itchg. and place described. ::-... ,- .,,
WITNESS$ my hand and point of beginning. Con March A.D. 1981 In GEORGE W. ROBERTS. holder of the following
,the seal of f this Court on tinue South 0 degrees 47 Pradford. Florida. 3/19 NOTICEMARY Chairman Board of Adjustment certificates has filed said
feetto BIDS
minutes West
March 16 1981. A. a point. thence North 4tpd 4/9. P. City of Starke certificates for a tax I The Bradford County School Board Starke Florida. will receive bids (for the following
Gilbert S Brown. STRICKLAND has made FL. d..d to be Issued I
89 degrees, 40 minutes IN THE CIRCUIT COURT prefect:
riork of the Court. By: thereon. The certificate
Manor McRae as Deputy ford numbers and years of Issuance
Northeasterly on the arc TY. FLOR'DA.' County Zoning Secretary. | FLORIDA.

Clork' 49. of a curve 36,1 11 feet to a CIVIL ACTION Board for reclassifica- 4/9 Itchg. the descriptionof Date and Tim. for Receiving Bids: April 20. 1981 at 7.00 p.m.
I and thenames
4tchg the
point, thence North 0 CASE NO. 81-11 I tlon of the property NOTICE OF APPLICATION property in which it Place for Receiving Bids: Bradford County School Board. 582 North Temple Avenue

i77THE CIRCUIT COURTOf degrees. 47 minutes S.D.A. CORPORATION described below from FOR REZONING assessed follows was | Starke, Florida. Office of the Superintendent School Board Administration Building.Bid .

ALAC'UJA' COUNTY. East. 84.99 feet thence akaSOUTHERN OR to CG: AND AMENDMENT.OFTHE Certificate are as 177 : Guarantee: Bid Bond Certified Check or Cashier's Check for not less than 5%

( ASF NO 80.1455.CAAMERICAN South 89 degrees 40 DISCOUNT 1.6 acres located two LAND USE PLAN Year of Issuance No. 1978. I of bid made payable to the Bradford County School Board Starke, Florida.

,''V H minutes West. 89.5 feet. COMPANY. miles North of Starkeon An ORDINANCE of Plans Available From: Craig! Saucy 6 Associates Inc.. A.I.A., Architects 3911

LUMBER S Thence North 0 degrees. Plaintiff., the left of Hwy 301 amending the Comprehensive Description LOTS 70 8 72 ON Proper.PINE | Newberry Road Gainesville Florida 32607 Phone (9043728424.)

)ME CENTER. INC., 47 minutes East 75 feet vs at Intersection with Ct. land Use ty OF: CRYSTAL LAKE Deposit for Bid Documents: Gen.ral Contractors for two ((2)) sets Twenty-five |

'i Plamtifl.JS thence South 89 degrees JOE BROWN, et al.. Rd. 233 In Section 3. Plan Element and Map HOMESITES SEC: 1. TWP. J Dollars (O0)-Deposlt) of Gen. Contractors Is refundable upon submission of bona
40 minutes West 2.41 Township 6 South Bradford I fide bid and return of said plans and specifications returned in good condition and j
Defendants by County B S., R-22.
DOYLE STARLING. feet to a point of beginn Range 22 East, out of Florida. In accordancewith | within ten ((10)) days after date of bid opening.
OF Name in which
i b a DOYLE STARLING ing. All lying in Section NOTICE parcel 1968 and excluding the local Government T. & Robert assessed D. Subcontractors Material Suppliers and Others: May purchase Contract Documents I II
PLASTERINGOetendart 22, Township 6 South one acre In Comprehensive Olga I by paying the cost of duplicating which Is not refundable at the rate of $1.00 per

Range 22 East Bradford I. hereby Northwest corner of Planning Act of 1975 a.provld.d Atterbury All of said sheet for drawings and 10 cents per page for specifications, plus handling charges.
NOTICE OF County FIM '- given that pursuant to parcel for Mini-Flea for property Date of Advertisement: April 13. 1981.
Chapter being in the County of
SHERIFFS' SALE an. the Final Judgment Market 163 of the Florida FOR THE BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. STARKE. FLORIDA.By .
Bradford State of
that Defendant Elizabeth entered In cause This change In Thomas L. Jr.,
NO fiE: IS HEREBY Statutes.TO : Casey Superintendent.
V. Jones cannot be served numbered 81.11.I in the classification Florida. 14/9
GIVEN, '"0' I I. Dolph E. subjectto : All Citizens, Taxpayers Itchq
Unless such certificateor
within the State of Circuit Court for Brad
a public hearing to
Redden, Srrilf of BradOfd and other Interested certificates, shall be
Florida; and that she has ford County, Florida I be held on Tuesday
County Florida. will sell the property persons. redeemed according to
not volur.tanly appeared April 28. 1981 at 7:30:
under and by virtue of aWr.t law the described -
situated in Bradford property
herein, it Is therefore p.m., in the County
ol Execution You and each of
you certificate
In such
ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: County. Florida Commission Room in or BIISII.ers TION Annette Balkcom Handy
heruroforo issued out of described, are hereby and certificates will be soldto
the obo e entitled I 1. Defendant ElIzabethV. as: the Bradford County herewith given noticeIn the highest bidder at Held Events Balkcom; HOME ENVIRONMENT -
Jones shall appear in Courthouse. At this HOUSE Sheila
Jo Tatum
Tammy ;
Court m the aboveMlad accordance with
the house door
A parcel of land in the court on
cause. have levied this the couse complaint and plead filed to E' i of the NWV. of the time oil shall persons be heard Interested Florida Statutes that the 20th day of May Day, March 21 Anderson; HOHTICULTURE Tommy -

upor the following pro. 'the Board of County 1981 Balkcom; INDUSTRIAL AKTS -
SE / more particularly Bradford .
before the County 4-H'ers
herein on or May for or against participated
perty situate ly,ng andbpu 1981 I in default described as 'follows: proposal Commissioners of Brad Dated this 1st day of in a successful Tony Anderson; PUBLIC SPEAK.: ING:
4. or as specified in County
in Bradford Coun ford County Florida GENERAL Sharon Kussell.
y 1981.GILBERT ;
the Court shall 14 acre lying North April. Events
thereof the Zoning Code of day Saturday, March 21,
ty Florida to.WIt: have designated the S. BROWN. PUBLIC..SPEAKING HOUSE( .
and West of
proceed to judgment in Highway Bradford County. .. at (the Bradford County High School.
Bradford County Zoning CLERKs/ Beuloh M. Rebecca Anderson RECREATION; / .
bounded the by
Real property located this cause to the extent 301 on Donald L. Rardon The following 4-H'ers were winnersin ;
of South by C. Chambers. and Planning Board to Moody Clerk of Circuit Doll Waters SAFETY Bruce
or* Highway 225 north provided for by Section Chairman Bradford their categories and will torepresent ;
Luwtoy Florida about 1655. Title 28, United on the West by Mack County Zoning Board. conduct a public hearing Court of Bradford County Bradford go on Howard. Alesia Sheheld! was u Second
County at District
I miles past Highway States Code as ,if f said on the North by Mc- 4/9 I Itchg at a regular Florida. competition: AGRICULTURE place winner in Public Speaking
Calsin and the East meeting held at 7:30: ( 4/9 4tchg 4/30
301 on left side of road Defendant had been on Drew Andrews General.
NOTICE In the ; BICYCLE Timothy
served with process by Highway 301 all being p.m.
gomg'i west described more par.the within the State of in Section 32. WOODROW D. GRIF. .Commission meetingroom 'r IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Coleman; BREADS Stephanie King,

W ularly o* the SW' 4 of as the Florida. Township 6 South FIS has made application Bradford County FOR BRADFORD COUN. Tammy Baldrce and Donna Marsh; Congratulations to t thiseJU'er.s I

ilar i the NE14' of the 2. This order be Range 22 East Bradford to the Bradford Courthouse, Stork., TY FLORIDA. PROBATE CAltEEIt EXPLORATION Martin and the adult leaders who have worked

il ol the '!W'' except published in a County Florida SUB County Zoning Board Florida on Tuesday DIVISION Case No. Hunter; CONSUMER; / EDUCATION with them. They did 41 i line job

ono a circulation in Bradford favor of General the property described make a recommendation 13282.
nor J'? () and also ..
below from OR to ILW: to the Board of In re.: Estate of LLOYD
the.. S j ol the SE'/' of the County Florida, not less Finance Corporation of -
than each week for Florida 2''. acres located two County Commissioners G. EDWARDS Deceased.
SW the easterly once
t except miles North of Starkeon the Board will NOTICE OF
.xand con-
consecutive weeks Ralph
356 I feet all of Section six Bryan Real Estate
the East tide of .slder on Monday May ADMINISTRATIONTO
22 Township 5South prior to the return date at public sale to the j
22 E. of hereinabove designated.DONE highest' bidder for cash Hwy 301 in SectiornlOJ .i UE4M981 at the same said
Bradford County AND ORDERED at the front door ol the Township 6 South place at 10.00 A.M. an ALL PERSONS HAVING 310 W. Call St. m

Florida ot which Defendant at Jacksonville Florida Bradford County' Courthouse Range 22 East parcels Ordinance relating to: CLAIMS OR (Cor. US 301 & Call St.) L.J.3
2069 and 2092. for light DEMANDS AGAINST THE
Doyle Starling ownsan this I 11th day of March. in Starke _. _
manufacturing and The of the ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL 964.87aB.ANY7IMf
undivided, one half lnteiGSt >- 1981. Florida between the rezoning

as tenant In corn- S William, Castogna hours of 11 I 00 a.m. and distribution.This following described OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED MONDAY-FRIDAY 9-5 p.m.SATURDA Y 9-12

"' ''" United States District 1 1.00 p.m. on the 16th change In property and amendingthe IN THE ESTATE:
Judge. day of April 1981. classification is subjectto ComprehensiveLand YOU ARE HEREBY Evenings; and Sundays appointment

is 'he property of the 3 26 6tchq 4 '30 GILBERT S. BROWN. a public hearing to Use Plan to pro NOTIFIED that the ad. Ralph P. Bryan REALTORFOR

jbo.o named defen. AS CLERK OF SAID be held on Tuesday vide that lands currently ministration of the I

lot ond that on the COURTBY April 28, 1981 at 7:30: zoned RSF.1 and estate of LLOYD G. EDWARDS RENT -.. Modern brick home* 3BR. ,,2B,., fam,. rm.. ., !

'Uth day of April. 1981 Baulah Moody p.m.. in the County designated by the planas deceased File, fireplace. $350.00.., ma. ,

vVmday a' one o'clockr Deputy Clerk Commission Room In'> Rural Residential be Number 1-3282 is pen. I

< > said day at the northwest 4 2 2tchg 4 9, the Bradford County resorted to CN and ding in the Circuit Court COUNTRY CLUB,i like new, 3 BR 2 Bath. Fam. Room with i

en'rance, of the fireplace. cent heat/air w/w carpet elated garage. ,

Biodlord County Courthouse $17.000 equity 6 assume 550.000 mortgage at 13%, total

I will,/ offer for EBB price $67,000.

'.ai" rind jell to the.hent ,


i hn id 'he above- this nearly new masonry home 4 bedrooms 2Vi baths "

I li nb.d property asH fireplace cent heat/air $48.000. I

,. property of the said '3 ACRES |just out of city limits. Zoned for homes a'
!Dp'ondant to satisfy said mobile homes. $7,000. I

ExtiuiionBRADFORD COUNTY 3C4-5OS5 01[1 !

MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost I ocr. in :
town-3 BR 2 full baths Block home
t LR Fam. Rm. Cent
Hi. odford County.
Heat/air Almost new stove R.'. 6 dishwasher .
'dci do 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone -

J 194'011'14 9 Office Space For Rent II 45000.
,. C i

) & 1L e MODERN BRICK HOME Just Inside City on t 10cr.J: BR -
HANDYMArN Road West.
-organ o erts 2 Bath Fa", Rm. Fir. Place-Cent. Heat/air closed

NOTICE OFINTENTION Thre. garage S pecan trees Con pay equity and assume "'/.'. i
Mt,. of appro. S2V.500. Total cost$4 ,900.
10 REGISTER Included. Jr2L Estate "
You can trust a DW' !
SAMPSON LAKE 4 BR 2 Bath 24 > 60
TWO BEDROOM IMMACULATE stucco house only $11.000.
Santa Fe lake
986 N. Mobile Home. Cent Heat/air wood burning heater ,

Pu"ua'a Section 964-7828 Temple Rustic cypress C stucco Dishwasher stove .. Ref. Good condo 27700. Can II,
HWY 100 EAST One acre lot. Terms offered.FARMETTEFOUR .
that has '
865.09 Flondo Statutes, everythingyou'd assume existing mtg. appx. 12000. i

hereby GEORGE ROBERTS Broker ever wont. 4
notice I is
hat the undersigned, ACRES with beautiful new country style ,ASSOCIATES bedrooms, 2 full baths,. 2 Neat 2 BR Frame, Cor. Lot > Screened-ln front porch<

WM E STARNER Rt. 3, home. Weekends end Evenings Call stone fireplaces central closed In back porch. 22500.

Box 499 Starke Fl Richard Roberts 64-S59S Ann Godwin heat I air. boat dock,

32091 jnd H MICHAEL BROILER FARM Forty Acres 4 barns Nice concrete Palsy Slice 964-657 Norman. Heddlng. 964.59660 V64-58S separate guest cottage. A GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frame on 2 acres with pecan pear

MClEOD LAKE BUTLERFL block home. [ must to see H,300.00.( .
John R. Smith.62l7 fig. I citrus trees room for another home or mobile

,joint owners doing horn. and rent house Reduced to $25,000.
business under the firm NE 10th ST. FOUR BEDROOM. 2V. Both Brick Veneer 12.000 Down
m .:38*. II. frm. tO'xIOO' let-Collins PI.
: garage.
nqme of THE BUTCHER home with Fireplace and many extras. .Frame home on 2 lots with w.r.housWaln"t St. Believe HI) A 2 bedroom -2'/, acres $5.000 S Acres $',000 Terms
BLOCK Cor S. home for $10,000.
U3; HWY .2B*. II. Block. Fenced 425 "".",,004 Dr. Owner
HOME loaded with extras.
/Votei SR '100)) and Stan- 15'/4 ACRES BEAUTIFUL 5 .31*. I I'/iB, Hack, nice 1320 Searing St. will finance the balance at -3 Acres t Up $3.000'A. lawtey City Water and sidewalks .

oury its Slorke Fl Phone 964-7700 100W. .:31*, 2B. 2100 sq. ft.LA epr. 1 V.A.. w/rnt. opts.-1 DOW.'Frame 12% Interest. 12''. down 10 yrs. "'/i" Int. '.

301091 intends toegister ::393 N. Terrple Avenue ACRf .' home 2BR.IB-Pork Place.
(I3Qb llooc1lecatlon.
THREE $) home and bullt-on.
said fictitious } Beautiful Building Lot '512301 S'/s acres fine strand of harvestable timber ,

lama under the provl- HORSE LOVERS-- OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES I acre with Pecan Trees surveyed far lot subdivision $22,500.Appro ,

Sons of aforesaidttatute Ideal area with barn 10 ONLY $21.500 for this THREE BEDROOM I bath home on 3iR.. IB, fr", 21 ac..... '.c.or garege-M.L. Starling Rd. 5000.

nice lot. Just out of town. 4IR. IB, frame. large lot. Lake Butler. "
ac of posture, farm house *. 20 acres US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded .
Doted this 19th day of JBR. 28 Stucco Fireplace 301 South.
2 tff wells. Country Living $3,000 per A. with terms
March A.D 1981 in BRICK VENEER home on TEN ACRES. Fireplace, patio.. Large lot 2 mobile homes-Sampson lake Rd. at Its best 3 bedrooms, 2 ,

Bradford Florida 3 19 dishwasher doubl. oven. Many other extras. .Beautiful. 4 BR.2B. ."Ic". 10A-W. of
apx. lawtey. baths
7/10 ACRE St. Rd. 16 fireplace, split '20 Acres wooded pines $22.000'and $24,000 with
4tchg 4 9. Frame S SR. IB. lg..utbldg..ap. 4'% A.-Stern ltd. bedroom plan. Huge Kit .run.
East No improvements.
TWO ACItE. ( & .cR'Q Small from. house.Apts. .3 B*. I'. Ir._. 100x75 lot, w/garage Hampton. chen over I acre of land

UNITED STATES DISTRICT $15.000. Pool. FP, 3BR. 2B. Brkk-Country Club area.rlorge. 152,000.
1 Acre mobile
liomeLet :
OURT 3BR C. BLK HOME. corner I 3000.
MIDDLE- .* Houses for rent ,
appro IA.. 31*. n $,'. 1001.., IJ
DISTRICT OF flORIDAJACKSONVILLE los laundry work shop Kingsley Lake Rentals J

SION. Property Management Services .7' ecr... 2 trailer hook-up Crosby Lake. Shore. WINIID. LlSTINGSlI., ESTATE NEIDS. ;

UNITED STATES OF PEE WEE NURSERY with ,Appraisals Lake let Sampson lake.Approximately CAll US AT Y*4'.;.. ANV llMt DA Ull NItp1fl rAFTER

AMERICA state Inspected facilities.V .Susan M. '..ul"n.r'IIEAL TOII.-5065 S acres In lawtey Area. Terry A. Gainst. -712-3911 HOURS
Plaintiff, '6 ecres-Off SR233.: Kay C. Waters-96449411Eileen

't ,. .,nie Od......, Broker' Irene Lucille L, Faulkner RfAlTOR-ASSOCIATf-t44-514I SAlISMAN-t44-1420 .',,,, men Mobile Home' let,- Woodland Acres. Stanley-473-3065: Illlan C. PearsonrakerSalesman Nevis Ward
and BENNIE J. JONES. SR. GUI Phone 44-547. Sandra W. ReddIsh SAUSMAN-4JM203 Beautiful 10 acres-Country Club area.Nice Patsy Lawso"-27 I Broker/Salesman.
ELIZABETH v lot Corner of U.S. 301 South Office Manager 64-7454
Davis; Salesman Country Chtb.
JONES. his, wife, Lynn James R. Reddish. SAHSMAN-431.1203: and Edwards Road I 944-531t


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Arnold No, Siirorise as StrawberrYjGolf: ,Qiairaio ::

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The' first time Green Cove Springs the'; :top Bradford County finisher but Other flight winners were: first I won 4'-i' dozen golf balls to more than __

attorney Jim Arnold won the 'just missed taking a prize for a top flight (5-8)( Ray Corey :of Palatka, double his entry fee. .
Strawberry Invitational Golf he wasa nine finish In the: championship 151; second flight (9-12)), Bruce Harry Riggs (net 141)), A.B. Howardnet
law student at the University of night: Actually Gaines tied Rand Cochran of Jacksonville, 153; and ( 142), and Mike Hayes (net 143)),
Florida and hidden in the 5-8 han- Edelstein'' Gainesville for ninth third flight ((13-18)), Bill Harrington'of all of Starke, were seventh, eighth,
dicap first flight -- not in the championship with 151'S but Edelstein won the Keystone, net 135. and tenth respectively in the third
:; flight (0.4 handicap) where countback, of late holes. flight while Earl Alvers (146) took
tourney winners are supposed to be Defending; Strawberry Invite The top finishing Bradford County 14th and Harry Gruen ((149)), Bob
found. As'winner that year 1970- champ Harold Bishop of Starke has golfer was Bob McRae of Starke, Goubatz ((149), and Jack Alvers h
Arnold was a big surprise, played little recently according to who shot 163 to lie for third in the second (149) were number 17, 18, and 19 in
At last weekend's 15th Annual edition [erres and was well off the pace flight but had to settle for the score-minus-handicap division. .,,
of the Starke Golf & Country with a 78-80-158. fourth on the countback Still McRae Out-of-town participation was still ,fait)
,I Club tourney Arnold was no such good but Herres admittedly was eireiir' i ,r

surprise champ. Now in practice, Strawberry Invitational disappointed at the local participar
' .both in profession and In golf, and in Scores by Flight tlon, with just 14 or 15 Bradford
'I the championship flight, Arnold was County golfers in the field. '. :
the only man to break par with a Championship Flight 4) BOB McRAE (STARKE) 163 Keystone Heights had good .
I 71-71-142 score that won by three 1)) Jim Arnold (Green Cove) 142 5) David Hansen (CJax Beh) 166 representation. Keystone High standout 1
strokes over a field of 111 golfers 2)) Hobble Allen (G'ville) 145 6) Jim Darby (Keystone) 167 ( Steve Greek was seventh wt\ gdi
Robbie Allen of Gainesville was at 3)) Berger Warner (Ocala) 146 7) Franklin Lea (Keystone) 168 overall with a 149; Jim Darby (167)) a
one-over 145 for second while 4)) Tom Butcher(Ocala) 14S and Franklin Lea ((168) of Keystonewere
Ocalans Berger Warner and Tom 5)) Keith Norton (Jax.) 147 3rd Flight(n.t) sixth and seventh In the second
Butcher both shot 146 for the 6) Ray1\lerrlllG'vllle( ) 148 1) Harrington (Keystone) 135 flight; and Keystone golfers
:36-holes. 7)) Steve Greek(Keystone) 149 2) Jeff Batts (Keystone) 137 dominated the third flight (taking .., ,.

"'I remember when he (Arnold) 8)) Charles Raulerson (Jax.) 150 3) James Griffin (Jax.) 139 five of the top six places, nine of the If
won it the first time because he 9) Rand Edelstein ((G'ville) 151 4) Joe Barrow (Keystone) 139 top 20)) with Bill Harrington showing

came to me after the first day and 5) Eric Redfearn(Keystone) 139 the way. "
asked me to move him Into' the lit Flight 6)) Don Thomas (Keystone) 139 Each flight winner won a set of
championship flight so he'd have a 1) Ray Corey (Palatka) 151 7)) HARRY RIGGS (STARKE) 141 irons, the runnerup a set of woods, Congratulations to the Champ

chance to win it," Starke G &CC pro 2) Jim McLaughlin (Palatka) 152 8)) A.B. HOWARD (STARKE) 142 and additional prizes were given Strawberry Invitational golf tourney cha mp Jim Arnold, left, receives the u in- I
Herb Herres recalled. "1 told him he 3) Kelly Reese (Ocala) 155 9)) Mike Rock (G'ville) 143 depending on the number of flight ner's trophy and congratulations from Steve Denmark of the Starke Golf& Country -
didn't need to be switched becausehe 10) MIKE HAYES (STARKE) 143 entries. Club.
could win the tournament from 2nd FlightDBruceCochranCJax. ...14) EARL ALVERS (STARKE) 146 ____
the first flight and he did." .) 158 ...17)) HARRY GRUEN (STARKE 149)
2) John Brlska ) 161
Club champ Richard Gaines was 3)) John Gemma (G'ville) 163 19) JACK ALVERS (STARKE) 149

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LEGALSALL eeeeeeeeee
county nnnibi n WILL BE FOREVER BAR- claim is not yet due, the WHOM IT MAY
RED date when It will become CONCERN.

Dot of the first due shall be stated If Notice is hereby given'
publication of this, Noticeof the claim is contingent or that on April 6 1981 ..n
Administration> : April unliquidated, the natureof accordance with Section
::1\ Recycling I 9, 1981 the uncertainty shall 336.09 through 336 12
i 11'1' r! 'Cd c iotir1 s/Rosemary Henley. be stated. If the claim is Florida Statutes the

a11GSmaIIrrynSigttrps'Uliidei'wa3 't1J PIERCE & HARDY P.A.. secured, the security County Commissioners
at ;'in' %Ir: Dudley P. Hardy, P.O. shall be described. The of Bradford County
( "' r d.;- .'DI, p n Daily Owned- ,:&" .Operated' Drawer 1030, Stark, claimant shall deli..r.ullici.nt Florida adopted a Resolution
of the
9 5 Florida 3209) copies closing'
Registration for the Starke Recrea- a.m. p.m. Center Janet. &TLaTo .rrv.",, Ituib"' ((904/964.BI68)). claim to the clerk to abandoning a portion
tion DepartmentTBall; rand- 1.1'S_ f.9'l.m.-1p.m. ..,.--=- I 4/9 2tchg 4/16. enable the clerk to mail, of county graded
Smalltry ,underway ,star-> 0' to each
( one copy per rood lying, within the
I ling today Thursday April, and ending -> ::to"' sonal representative.All confines, of the following
May 15 at the Pratt St. Rec. persons interested property to witCommence
3-5 the Old Ar- FOR BRADFORD COUNTY in the estate to whom a
centerffrom( or
office from p.m.8:30 a.m.tov, .:30 MOVED FLORIDA. PROBATE copy of this Notice of Ad. of the Nor
mory : HAS of the
DIVISION, Caie No. ministration has been therly
p.m. ,< yfwi i : 1 8124CP. mOIled are required, S'l' of SE'. of NW' of
In r.: Estate of JANE Section 25 Township 5
T-Ball is for boys and girls.ages 1i WITHIN THREE MONTHS South, 22 East
(four MillS Deceased.NOTICE FROM THE DATE OF THE Range
(by June 8)'to) six who have not na I OFADMINISTRATION and dead ending within,
finished first grade or played T-Ball that said
before THIS NOTICE, to file, any quarter section
and running along the
Smallfry softball'-U for those aged I I TO ALL PERSONS HAVING have objections that challenges they may the Easterly boundary

six to eight, who have finished first '" :y CLAIMS OR validity, of the decedent'swill thereof for appro
grade or have played T-Ball before '" 4 DEMANDS AGAINST THE the qualifications of innately 200 loot
Children can't be nine before June 8, 'i ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL the personal representative and renouncing and
OTHER PERSONS IN. disclaiming, right of
; or the venue or any
Junior softball is for boys and girls 428 S. Walnut TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: jurisdiction, of the Court. the County of Bradford
aged 9-12 (age determining date June YOU ARE HEREBY ALL CLAIMS. and the public in and to
8). NOTIFIED that the ad. DEMANDS AND OBJEC the land lying, within the
All players must have a glove and Across from Shuford standard ministration ol the TIONS NOT SO FILED confines, of the oforo
cither rubber cleats or sneakers. estate of JANE MillS WILL BE FOREVER BAR described lands.
deceased File Number DATED this 6th day of
Registration cost is $4.25 to cover the
REDDate .
8124CP. i is pending in April 1981BOARD
of the first
cost of a cap and T-shirt for, each for OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
the Circuit Court
player, which will be theirs to keep Bradford publication of this Noticeof OF
Administration: April
after the season. Florida Probate Divi BRADFORD COUNTY
9. 1981.
Clinics will be held from 3:15: to 4:30: sion, the address of S Marjorie A. Murphy FLORIDA.
which ,is. Starke Florida As Personal By: Gilbert, S. Brown.
in the afternoons on the dates following I IGoa
32091. The personal Clerk of said Board
: May 18 & 20 for Junior Softball; 44k/i Representative of the 9 .
representative of the 4 I llchg
Estate of JANE MillS.Dec.as.d. .
May 19 & 21 for Smallfry; and May 26,. state Is MARJORIE .
27. and,28 for T-Ballers. Games start, g ARLENE MURPHY whose NOTICE OFINTENTION

June 8 and run through the summer in Come address is Route 2, Bo. REPRESEN
the morning. 107S. Stork. Florida
32091. The name and od Fierce, P.O. Drawer NAME
dress of the personalrepresentative's 1030 Starke, Florida

Lawtey Cubs Open TO attorney 32091. Telephone ((904)) Pursuant to Section
or. set forth
Baseball SeasonThe 964-5701, 865.09. Florida Statutes,
below: 4 9 2tchq 4 16
notice is
Lawtey Cubs semipro baseball, g All persons! demands havingclaims NOTICE OF ADOPTIONOF that the ,hereby undersigned.given
team and the Cubbettes womens h Gad CO.untFor or RESOLUTION OF THE LAWRENCE MOSLEY
u against the estate are
softball team open their seasons required. WITHIN THREE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1915 N. Temple Ave..
11 at Reddick. OF THE COUNTYOF Starke, FI.
Saturday, April MONTHS FROM THE 32091. sole
BRADFORD. STATE owner, doing business
The Cubs play the Reddick Express u is DATE PUBLICATION OF THE OF FIRST THIS OF FLORIDA. CLOSING under the firm name of
Saturday and then return home on AND ABANDONING A MOSLEY TIRE CO.. 1915N.
NOTICE to with the
Sunday; April 12, to play the Man- P clerk of the obov. court PORTION OF A COUNTY Temple Ave? Starke,
darin Braves at 3 p.m. in Lawtey. :; of GRADED ROAD LYING IN Fl. 32091. Intends to
InstantI a written statement
The Cubbettes also open againstIteddick THE SE'4 of NW'4 OF register said fictitious
Saturday and play at 1:30': any claim or demand' SECTION 25. TOWNSHIP name under the provisions -
Sunday afternoon against the Stark4Tigercttes Cash ,they may have. Each 5 SOUTH. RANGE 22 of aforesaid

in Lawtey q Claim must be In writing EAS T.BRADFORD COUN statute.
: t: and must Indicate the TY FLORIDA. AND DISCLAIMING Doted this 7th day of
Local fans are invited out Sunday 'r :: f1 : basis for the claim the ANY RIGHT April. A.D. 1981) In Brad-
for the softball-baseball '. : .name and)address of the OF THE COUNTY AND lord Florida. 4 9 4tcg
doubleheader.. ,, :creditor or hit agent of THE PUBLIC IN AND TO .4 30.
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IZTELEGRAPII April t, 1981

Bit's Shell Wins in Newberry; ,. "" I Bradford Invitational Track 'Results

I (from pg. 8A) I Campbell (Bu) 10.2 2)) STEVE MARKS (BHS)
I "J' I ,,!to.2 Mitot, 1)) Bailey foul 4413.: SI.

Hayes and Poor Boys: Both 2-2 t "They .4.
(Palatka) hurt us In', the 220 Auguatlnoja (GUS.) 5O.a. fie Nudl., .i1)) I..
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(outscoring BHS 10-2) and a couple of Parry n(Bu DeSautels)40.4.esr (GHS) 2:047. Mil._I.,. 1))

other places but if somebody had Llv.Oak 3:43.3: ... 4) BRADFORD 3:112: a.
Led MVP Jim Nelson ing eliminated by Wesley Methodist Mains and Wilbur Rogers cracked .. STEVE MARKSBUS)33.0(228
bytourney finished between us in the mile relay ... n BI'8WtI'! (SA) 22.1. 4)
Jim's'Shell Jacksonville won the 2111. homers in the losing cause against and Louette (Smith) had of won we ( prelims) 2-Mil.* 1)) Culbrelh(SA)
Newberry'Invitational Softball tournament Hayes lost its opener to the Junkies Wesley; Larry Brown and Ronnie would have beat them," BUS Girls :11I.1.: ... a) CURTIS JONES (BHS)'10:4'.0.:

last weekend taking the tI.tie' 11-7 despite a two-homer game by Jim Thomas were 3-for-4;. and Lloyd Coach Buddy Revels noted. BHS s-?_MM...f..l.*.
.... Palatka (P) !16."*' ,BRADFORD .
2-for-3. a0Vn Mm MMMI
Lewis but back to R
from Trotter Realty of Crystal came whip R.Jays Gilpin
chased the boys teams to a 4:10.3 (BItS) 68. Crescent City (CO) t5'4' St. Augustine
River with Buck's Stove of Lake City 22-5 and the Citrus Merchants 6-3, Hayes was led all weekend by school record win in the mile relay :+ Fp (SA) 48, Pierson-Taylor (PT) 39, Interlachen (I)
finishing third and.Tabernacle Baptist before being dropped by W.W. Gay Lewis, who hit a sizzling: ,,818 but Palatka was the only other team 17.
Church of Palatka fourth. Terry 17-11. (9-for-ll) with three homers! and 6..er,1 eta ri....s
entered so the Panthers picked up an ; t f l..t rut2)) BRAD HILDRETH(BHS 39-10... 4)
Church Against Randy Corbin Gene Tanner, who smacked: the ball w
Andrews of Wesley Methodist Hogtown easy second. Smith was upset in the p KENNY WRIGHT (BHS) 38-10. B) STANLEY
won the HR title with seven. homered and Ronnie Thomas, Randall at an .800 pace ((8-for-lO with three 440, where she was third at state last CLARK BHS) 367. Mlh" ,..... 5)) RONALD
The two local entries, "':yes Thomas, Jackson Prevatt and four-baggers. Ronnie Kilby added a DAVIS (BHS) 9-8. tea:2) STEVE MARKS(BUS( )

Builders & Electric of Starke and Doug Mains all had two hits but Poor 7-for-14, .500 tournament. David year."We had a couple of girls out that 23.100-3. 4) MARKS (BIIS) 107. Mil- 4)) LARRY

Poor Boys of Raiford, both played Boys needed to play errorless defenseto Thigpen was 2-for-4. would have helped us but our long LONG (BUS( ) (:.03. *..*.t.t2)) BRADFORD:
four games, winning two and losing win. Johnny Griffis was 3-for-3 and Lewis and Tanner both homered in jumpers and high jumpers came (K. Bright, Lane,Clark Perils).
Randall Thomas, Mains, and Prevatt the win over R-Jays; Tanner hit a Mil.' MWI.V1) BRADFORD 3:51.7 (Lane 24.2.
Revels noted. The
two.Poor through for us, Hawkins 24.>, Davis 63 1, Jones 2'10.7)). 44*. 31
2-for-3 in the loss to Shell. third inning shot and Stuart Duncan
beat 4-2
Boys Hogtown was
Lady Tornadoes went 3-4-6 in the MARKS (BHS) 925. U t Jump-Si) MARKS (BUS)
dumped into the loser's bracket by Against GFD Randall Thomas was tripled in the win over the Merchants; broad jump and Dawn Cernyer and 18-7. Mil.*'tor 3)BRADt'ORD3:44'IPorUa55 l II.
Jim's Shell 16-12. and then whipped 2-for-2 with a homer Mains homered, and Tanner homered in the seventh Tyffany Griffis both scaled 4-7 Lane 598,Hawkins 114 0,Davia 55.81., MO-2)) LONG
Gainesville Fire Dept 16-4, before be- and Ronnie Thomas was 3-for-4. inning of the loss to W.W flay. (BIIS) 2:20:: .*.
Pam Hawkins had the fastest leg on
the mile relay record setter 60 flat-- 01,1.torn_.... Palatka (P) 105 BRADFORD
BUS) 102. Interlachen 1 I 1) 57. Cremcnl. City (CCI)
but Revels Kim Slocum who
praised ,
33,St. AUUBlineISA) 32.
I Teams Get in Preseason PlayThe has cut her split time down every Iv*M Wlniwn a am..!.....
Starke Softball time out. .. ..... rut-. Sadler (SA) 32-4.. 4)) DAWN CEK
Olin'sLarry Green 2-3. MAOFOUD INVITATIONAL ':" ) 28-3(4.( High' J...>- Adams (CO 49, 21) DAWN
local league Softball campaigngot Tuesday night Waters Bulldozing DominosTerri Parrish two HR's Alril DIvUloK CERYNER: (BHS) 4-7. 3) TYFFANY GRIFFIN
Tan. ICWMI Ocala Vanguard (IOV) 75, Buchholz _
drilled (BHS 4-7. II* Hurdl 1) DAWN
Excavating the Old Timers .
underway Monday and Tuesday Karen Norman 2-3. Linda Lee 24. ,IBU) M.BRADFORD HIGH(BHS)48,Gainesville (BHS) 186. Mil.( .u... Boone (IP) .:57.211'11..-
nights with preseason practice gamesat 21-1, 1st Methodist nipped Calvary RowdiesSharon Kilby 3-4, Ginny Easuldo (GE) 41, Palalka (P) 30, Interluchim ill NegotiatingA FANY GRIFFIS (BHS)8.07.
three different sites. Baptist 11-10, and the Dazzlers bombarded Kilby and Maxine 2.4.SaintsMarsha 29 Gainesville(CHS 26.Live Oak (LO) 19, Santa !_ 10_ Taylor (1) 17-4'10.' .. 3)) LOUETTE:
The for teams Alligator Creek Ranch 460. Fe(SF) IS,St. Augustine (SIvmnwlnmral /\> I. HurdleIs SMITH BUS) 14-5, 4)) KIM SLOCUM (BHS)
were tuneup
games C. 4-4 Sandra
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1H rl r SEARCY BHS) .
1425) SHIELA ( 13.9'e 440
not involved in tournaments with the Leading hitters for the games Cauley 3-4, Marcia H. 3-4, Mary lie Hurrflw II Diane Stafford (OV) 148. O) BIIS ninth grader Dawn Cernyer ...,\. 1)) BRADFORD 529 (ISIillwell Slocum
regular season opening Monday follow: Broughton 3-5 Viola H. 2-4. DAWN CERNYER BHS)17 2(16 4 prelims). 100. the winner of the 110 yard low hurdlesat Searcy, Hawkins). 100. Taylor ((1)) 11.7, 2) PAM
night April 20. Stars- Stephen Spell was 2-for-3, SlavesOverman 4-4. Crews and 1)) Taylor) 11.3.. II) YVONNE SANDEKS(BUS) the Bradford Invitational. HAWKINS (BHS) 12.0. 4M- Napier (P> 603, 2)
the Starke Stars Craig Sapp and John Riggs both 2-4 12.1. LOUETTE SMITH (BHS 618... 6) CAROL
In games Monday Norman 24. Mil) I) White(CMS) 5:29... 5) TYFFANY GKIF- FUSSELL<(BHS)71.5.
topped the Lawtey Wildcats 11-3, and James Curtis scored three times. WatersJ.J.. Wheeler 5-3 with 3 extra FIS (BHS) 6:02. .... e.I.,- Vanguard 90.2... 3)) uo HurdlM- Thomas cU SO 9, 21 DAWN CER
Hayes Builders & Electric powered WildcatsMike Gaskins 24. base hits Charley Green 5-5, Bill BRADFORD 52.0. High' Jump. 1)) Ilowell (By 4111y... 8)) TYFFANY NYER (BHS) 52.0. Mil. M.!l.r ..1.,- 1> BRAD-
HayesGene Tanner and Jimmy LOVETl'ESMITH BHS I )99 4 HOHurrflM. GRI..IS (BUS) 4-4 FORD 4:48 4 (Slillwell, Slocum Searcy Smith
past Olin's Mobile Homes 28-6, the Ratliff Fred Wheeler and sh.t ru 1)) Jackson (GE)
Alvarez 5-5 Ronnie 4-5 Chub Ricky 1)) Stafford (OV) 46.7 (461. prelims). 3611.DIKIII.. ...Beckham (P)1:346.: ..3)TYI-'FANYGRIFnS ,
Dominos topped the Rowdies 16-10, Kilby Bennett all 1) White CHS)2 28 6...I)TYFFANY GRIF .
3-5. MO. ( 1) Miller(P) U8( 3. (BHS)2:491..11): ) CAROL FUSSELL (BHS) 3'03 9.
and the Saints edged the Lawtey Johnson 4-6, Jerry Johnson 2-2, and 1st MethodistKevin Tillman 4-4 FIS (BHS) 2:44: 8. Mil. sadly ..1.,. 1)) BRADFORD no- Taylor III) 263.. 5) CAROLL FUSSELL
Slaves 128. Dinky Kilby 3-5.. 4:35 3 (SANDERS 28.7, SLOCUM 285, boys DUIitontorn ( BUS) 31 9 2MI.One( lap short) II) TYFFANY
with inside the park homer, Bret SEARCY 64 2, SMITH 2::34.I). Icoraii Buchholz I Bu) 73'/,, Santa Fe (SF) GRIFFIS (BHS) 11:47: 2) MICHELLE
Smith 3-4, and Nelson Green 23. M*. 1) Taylor (I) 258. 2) PAM HAWKINS 00 Macclenny-Baker (M) 43. Ocala VanguardIOV STILLWELL (BHSI 11:49.: Mil. ...,- I) BRADFORD
CalvaryMike Ames 3-4, Billy (IBHS) 261. 1-MI.( 1)) Dolder GHS) 10:51.: .. 6) )41, Guineavlllo(GHS)39,BRADFORD HIGH 4:10.3 (new school record) Hawkins 60,
8 Advance for BUS TYFFANY GRIFFIS (BHS 13:29 8. (BHS) 364, Live Oak (LO 30,St. Augustine(SA) Slocum 65, Searcy 83,Smith 62).
Burgin 2-3. Mil. ..!.*. 1)) BRADFORD 4'104 (new school 28, Clay (C) 26, Gainesville Eastslde (GE) 18.
DazzlersPenny 3-3, Shirley H. 3 record) (HAWKINS 61.2,SLOCUM 68 4, SEARCY 6 P1..... DlKui.Miller(P)100-7...5)JUANITA BETTKK-
doubles, and Vickie Gaines 3-6. 631,SMITH 59.7). tans lama-II) Taylor(I" 16-6't. 120 Hurdler i) A. Perry (Bu 15 O. too. I) R. SON (BHS) 73-3, 6) ERMA HAMM (BUS) 61 3LET'S .
Gus Buchholz Winnersin

District III Tennis '

State power Gainesville High (LC 14. Eastslde (EI) 14, Flagler(FI)6. Dixie Co. ; ;
rolled DC) 5,Baker Co. (BO 4.P K.Yonge(PK)4,Live
School to the boys team title,
Oak (LO) 3, BRADFORD (BHS 3, Chlefland (C) (
winning every division without loss of I, Union Co. (UC I,Palatka (P) I. -

a set, and Buchholz won four of seven INS_10.....nab
classifications to win the girls divi- .....Iee
sion at the District 3 high school ten- No. I: Ross (01) d.CRAIG SAPP (BHS) 64 6-O.
in Finals: Ross ((0) d. Gordon (B) 3-1. default.
nis played
championships No 2: EDDIE WINKLER (BHS) won forfeit.
Gainesville last week. Kirkland ILC d. WINKLER 6-1, C-0. Finals:
Bradford High, third placer in the Brown 101) d. Sung (B) H.1-3.
boys half last year, was further down No. 3: JOEY HERRES (BHS) d Keesllng (PK)
LC d. HERRES fro, 60.
6-2 ( )
the line this time for ninth with
tieing Finals: Dace ((01 d. Richardson (El) 6-2 8-0. FLORIDA NATIONAL'SALLTIME
Live Oak in boys play while taking No 4: Newby I DC) d.CHUCK JOHNSON(BHS
seventh in the girls tourney. GHS 7-5.11-2. Finals: Rosa (G) d. White(B) e-O.6-3
No. 9: JEFF JOHNSON (BHS d. Rourke (BC)
scored a perfect 28 points in the boys
8-1.11-3. Corrlpio (B) d. JOHNSON 1-41.11. Finals:
event followed by Buchholz ((20)),Lake Cannon (G) d. Corripio (IB)11-1.6-i. TELLER
City (14)) and Eastside ((14)). The Tor- Ooulolee
nadoes scored three points.Buchholz's No. 1: Rogers-Blake (FI) d. SAPP-WINKLER
(BHS) 6-7 ((5-4'.8-1.11-2. Finals: Ross-Dace((0) d.
tallied 25 followedby
girls Cordon-Sung (B) default.
GHS ((14)), Oak Hall ((14), and a No Conklm-Dahl: (F) d HERRES-C.
young but surprising Keystone JOHNSON (BHS) 6-3 6-3. Finals: Ross-Cannon
(IG) d. Frias-White(8)6-3,6-4.)
The Tor-
Heights team (12). Lady .
nadoes ended with five points to tie 01".T....-,... '
P.K. Yonge. Buchholz (B) 29, Gainesville (G) 14. Oak Hall
The furthest advance for BHS was ((14), Keystone IKI) 12. Ealtslde (El) 7, BRAD-
FORD HIGH (BHS) 6. P.K. Yonge (PK) 5,Santa !
into the second round, or quarter- Fe(SF)3. Baker Co.(BC Crescent City(CC)I. IWAr/ r s
finals. Lori Muse, Melissa Winkler, Dixie Co, (DC) I. Union Co. (UO 1. ,
Stacey Denmark, and Michelle Sapp BHS matches finals
and the number two doubles team of singles 4
No. !: Shapp CC) d. CARMEN EAVES (BHS
Denmark and Winkler all got there 11-1. 6-1. Finals: Stafford (B) d. Rhoton OH) 24,
for the girls. Eddie Winkler, Joey 0-3.6-4 ic % 't ? Jmij
Herres and Jeff Johnson all advanced No 2: LORI MUSE(BHS) d Cline(SF) 6-1.64. *
McCollnugh IGI) d MUSE 6-2 64. Finals: Stone
one spot to earn the boys points.In I Bid I McDonald (LC) 7-9. 74No .
all, of Bradford High's 14 losses 3.: MELISSA WINKLER (BHS) d. Taylor
doubles (SF) 6-3. 6-3 Deford (OH) d WINKLER 64, 64.
10 were against players or
Finals: Newsome IKI( ) d. Deford 6-4,64.No .
teams seeded in the top four. A con- 4: STACEY DENMARK (BHS) d. Carroll ...
solation for Coach Jerry McGriff was (VI) 11-3.11-0. Duguid (IK) d. DENMARK 6-1 6-1.
the fact that BHS was 8-4 in matches Finale: Henderson (181) d Duguid (K) 6-3 6-1
No. 5: MICHELLE SAPP (BHS) d. Thompklns .'
non-seeds but he thought both
(Chief) &-1. 64 Marks (LC) d. Sapp 6-2, 64. ,I '
boys doubles teams should have advanced Finals: Dell (G) d. Smith (B) 6-3.6-3. '-
into the second round and failed oou.... 1 ,
to. Also eight of the 12 players he No I-: Stafford Henderson (B) d. MUSE-TINA ; .
BOWEN (BHS) 62 6-0 Finals: Stafford-
brought to districts were Henderson (B) d. Rhoton-Hury(G) 64,6-2
underclassmen. No.2: DENMARK-WINKLER (BHS) d. Nellies-
Evans 44.H.11-4. McCollough-McColloughGd. .. .
Nitric I Twin) TMirmuMitl DENMARK-WINKLER 6-0, 6-2 Finals: j- .. .
....TMM StoitdlAMGainesville McCollough-McColIouHh (G) d. Stone.Deford (B)
(G) 29, Buchholz I IB) 20 Lake City 1-2 ....11-3.

. Wanted : Softball Umpires

The Starke Recreation Departmentis hard to come by so the Kec. Depart-

in bad need of umpires to call adult ment is still searching for those who
Softball games this year Rec. Direc-- like to "call them like they see them"for I'LL MAKE YOUR LIFE EASIER-

tor Cheryl Godwin said Tuesday. $7 a game.
Umpires would need to register

For various reasons umpires ASA at the Rec. Department at a cost
available to call the games, which of $10 and then get a rule book and be you've requested. You can make payment slip) or savings account

will be weeknights Monday through informed of 1981 rule changes. GETACQUAINTED. withdrawals from your savings account (with payment).

Friday and involve men's Open Interested persons can call 9646792or or checking account. 111 give you 6. TUlle Transaction Envelopes. For
drop by the Old
League Church and Armory's Recrea-
Women's League teams League, have, been tion office weekdays. I'm Tillle. Florida National's cash In $5. $10, $15, $20 amounts up deposits or payments. There'll always

Alltlme Teller.And my job 1 Is to to $200 a day. be a supply on hand.

make your banking as quick and 5. Deposit/payment slot. Ill accept 7. Your receipt slot. When we finish

. Bobcats Edge BHS Girls convenient as possible any'time any deposits to both your checking and our business 111 send your receipt out

-- -- -- --- --- -- day even weekends and on holidays. savings accounts. Just (ill out the this slot. Right below the receipt slot

Buchholz tallied six runs in the se- District Tournament, April 29-May 1. In a matter of seconds I can transaction envelope. Ill also accept 111 send back your Alltime Tellercard

cond inning and five more in the BHS was to play at Live Oak Wednesday help you make deposits transfers, loan payments. Just enclose your check 8. My pretty lace. When we finish our

fourth! to build up an insurmountable and goes to Gainesville High Fri-- withdrawals and payments. 111 even and payment slip in the transaction business. 111 say goodbye until next

12.3 edge in a game for first place Ir day.BUS tell you how much you have in your envelope Or I can transfer the payment time and lower my eyelids.
the District 5-AAA girls Softball race outhit Buchholz 13-8 in last
and accounts account with
savings checking from checking (
played in Starke last Wednesday.The week's loss with Sharie Hankerson your

Lady Tornadoes rallied for staying hot at the plate with a 3-for-5 you want me to.IT'S I'LL GIVE :

eight runs in the fourth, fifth, and game. Both Phyllis Cuffie and Vonda YOU ..

sixth to get within a run but couldn't Brown went 2-for-4 with Brown clear- -- 24 HOUR : .
quite climb all the way back. ing loaded bases with a three-run tri-
The win pushed Buchholz to 7-1 in ple in the sixth and Cuffie also smack ME TO WORK. A : : CONVENIENCE... .

the district (lone loss to Eastside) ing a triple. / AND MORE.
1. Alll1me Tellercard slot.This Is
while Bradford dropped to 6-2, one Unfortunately BHS walked eight Balance Inquiry ..
game off the pace, and 7-4 overall. batters, including walking two runs where you Insert your Alltlme r
The Lady Tornadoes are on the home. Tellercard so know you're ,. Its a normal transaction Just

road for the stretch run in the regular INI there. I tell me you want your balance

season, playing their last five regular .M..ll IM M* .I .. U SI.M.d 6 2. This Is my TV screen where I tell I (savings or checking) and 111 print

season games away before going to nee ,. Itamm. *M 214 II 12 3M. what to do. n''ei S.II1' s 3 the amount on your receipt.

Westside Park in Gainesville for the ** I.....C..MI.'ISMS)1. you Money Transfers
3. Secretcode/moneykeyboard.

I This Is where you enter your + I can transfer rhoney from

Bradford assmcuten;. secret code so I know it's really I checking to savings or savings

you. (The code Is our lit11e' 5 6 7 1 to checking.

Saturday, March 14,. the Bradford It sure was a long day on Rodman, secret.) You also enter the exact _. -
ItusMnMHlers held their. regular monthly not many bass was landed, but mostof .
) tourney at Rodman.1'fournament the fish was alive at weigh-in and 1 amount of your transaction here (UTSW.do..D1work'or

began at good released. 4. Cash drum. Ill automatically ..... .__+. your bank, maybe you should.

luyligH, ended at 5 p.m. Joey Riggs Releasing bass is a very productive >open this drum with the rash L.- ,_ switch to bar bank).
IIIM! I fished hard all day. We started idea as long as the bass swims off .
im thO t>rangc.Spgs. area but soon Jnder his own power soon arter he Is ; ., I '; : .
!ftllrA4-.11hat l hose basil weren't doing released. ; I ,
1 'ta-h in that area. Donnie Spencer walked away the '

I S"il<< JTUort* wan that the bass was winner Oonnie Evans placed second, ki l'l1 .... '1 Florida -Bank ,' at ,: ,Stk.I 'f"I ... '''. (rfI'

In I'MJJIW> *. W this was not so Sat. bass Norman Phillips landed' the large-it.* t. Clark Jefferson Street.'Starke. FL'32091 ((904)) 964.1050' '11 d", ,. t.- ..i.aaBav '" .. ,
"M'" "n'11'' lf. a551! NiLsidc lit the River Run. Saturday April It, will be the date
I J.."iinil | MiiHl flHh on the tree line for the next club tourney "\ i '"
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Union County: walked away with lop daughter of ,1\11', and Mrs Edward 11 I I
honors in the 9th annual Bradiord- Carter: of Lake Butler. 4 { fi J aGt
j Union Steer Show and Sale at thel3radl'urd
( County, Fair last week. Add-ons offered included Saunders -. ,. S ,
and. Carter, the two winners, adding 4 : .r
Buyers were generous as: they paid _
money to other entries in a gesture to
out $jt;,:il6 in bid prices and udd-ons, .
encourage efforts by students in the
with the sale averaging $2.22 per steer show. X,
pound for the 34. steers shown '
The steer association had lined up
Anthony Saunders UC KKA'cr, the sale 01'a number of steers: to individuals
showed I the grand champion steer prior to the auction and only ,
purchased by Publix Supermarketsfor six animals were ultimately! offered tt s )rtY
$:1 t a pound. Young Saunders' for resale by.those who bid for them.
t,16.I.puuml Limousin-cross brought a The Cattleman's Association won out r
'total of$4,221), with udd-uns. Saunders over several commercial bidders in 'k R YID.Y .
is the son of Mr. and Mrs Albert bidding on the resale price of I steers,
.' .Sounders of Lake Butler: offering Mi-cents; per pound (for good k34
j .I'ani Carter, who two years ago grade annuals and (ill4 -cents per d
showed (the grand champion, had the pound for all choice grade unimals.
I'' reserve champion/ steer this year. The "' '
1'110 sale offers people! in the com }
Community State Bank of Starkc
munity the lol lake advantage ,
bought I'am's steer for $2.15 .
pound a total of $2,579 with add-ons.per of good( I freezer beel and ti> show 1t (
Miss their support of the show," said Hay '
Carter is a member of the Spring 1' "'
Norman, *r (
Hill 4-11 Club in Union County and they secretary-treasurer of. the 1 tl
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! Lisa Mosley Shows Champion -" ,


Alesia Sheffield Reserve Champ


At B-U Swine Show and Sale

Lisa' .Mosley, U-year-old 4-H'er daughter ol Mr. and. Kirs. Frank. Sheffield '
from New River, showed the grand of Hampton./ *' 4 I tf
a vH&A
champion in the Bradford-Union Both bids far surpassed those offered ?< M j rt
Swine Show at the Bradford County last year Carver said. A total ol' P <* # '.& 2 '%$K ,

Nair.If 52 hogs were offered for sale. culled' 'V., SV-fv/: ..<.*;r'.L .1. !Ya .'a, .", 0r
down from some ito pigs some ol f ..
which did not make I the required '.,

weight. 'h" 1 ..x p., ;'!1 44. : & ti? p
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4 Average bid pl'iceVOIS $1.59. Total .71-, .-s- .... @,. .. .. '.,y_ IrP! '-.awl :.., :;e... ,... .-)>11.(. '''t:.': Y i-Rr'1:1': .... a2 r ...'e. '. .f-"\c.Tt, ; --41: .. -,,..
bid price was $liill2.( ( Add-ons, con
tributing to the money received by- Grand Champion... I

$23,000.each exhibitor brought the total to Anthony Saunders Union KKA'er.-and his Grand Champion Limousin cross (steer steer,show.Y PnMbuyer.\ ; Horace Lewis. S.iumlis I. a HIM'time euy in HIP ll.(


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? Lisa Mosley !{ Stark 's'n'

'Show s (;irun l Champion I log/ II -0-

Alcsui Sheffield) Hampton 4-H'er. $$ ImportedAuto
showed the reserve champion hog. Parts Store!
Last Thursday's sale of market hogs 0/
totaled some $25.KH( ) ), including add
ons, which Warren Carver of the B-U
Swine Producer's Association called Many Lines Now In Stock

record salt,
I)vcr $H(>,0)0( was raised in the coin- Merchandise Arriving Daily
hined steer and swine sales at (he '81
lall'. JL+ Retail and Wholesale Distribution

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,." '\<'Champion: Hog
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Lisa :Mosley's[ : 212-pound grand"
champion Puroc-Spot hog was bought Wire \
b>' .Kied. Mueller ol' Alligator Farm iTx
Ranch just 1 south ol Slarke. on US-il: () s'r Reg. $26.72
Ins $.">.I II I per pound. Lisa is member I :
off the Ou'tn Al'I'l'SIII Club and the Fred has Fence SALE
daughter! ol Mr and Mrs. Kd: Mosley

ol A New Il'si Hiver.Shel I leld's 21 1-pound reserve .f1 I Ii even that HRANGA will hold S 2 5 72' *f f

Champion Spot-Hampshire/ hog cIj the Bionic Bull .
brought $.I,79I'l'l'. !) } pound from( a group ., .,, % l.
ot Klaikv businessmen- Tucker f 1620 Ft.
Florida. Hank at Staike.. GeorgeIuberls ..
( Insurance Co., Hosi r's Fence Post
:Nurscry'.usd I Davis. :Monk and (Farn-

worth. & ('u. Alesia. If). is a member -- -- --. ---" .-, .-- .-- --._-- ,-.' _. ,... .....-.......,-. -'" r Tubler f
nl.the Hampton 4-11. Club and is the

Reserve Champion... >ra|., a0| (the HolhiiiKtoii' Springn l-ll'er showed the l $1 50 Gates f
I'alll Culler is IIn old hand ul the Itradford-l'iiion steer grand champion. Bayer shown uiih .Miss Curler' is Steteshow
,,- mid s.ilc. She h.is (lie rrsrrie this year. hut two (ia)' of the CoiiiiiuinilStale. Itank. j 1.f
1 each

Judge Stays ]Execution of Triple Murderer 1 21 % Protein s4aa Ft. I

f Includes Hangers ;
I Dog Food l.

'. Federal' Judge C. C'l: >de Atkins in minister and two other D.ide County basis for an evidentiary hearing I told. press briefing in his chambers t tI Horse Vet
I Miami: slated. he has serious doubts residents* slayings in which he* confessed nonetheless desire a full opportunityto I hat. he could! hold a hearing Thursday :: \
ubulhell1E.'I' triple-killer David f 111 1976. )'evll'and consider the legal! and possibly grant a further order. 32
Leroy Washington's allegations of Ineffective .Judge AtkinxleftOpen.: the chance urn arguments raised." Judge Atkins Reporters k(d the judge about Supplies 1
legal counsel warrants a i 'further order including |>os iblyvacating said in grunting the temporary stay the chance of vacating the slay."
hearing, stayed the scheduled execution the stay before thcil-: >'<\iri "I desire the opportunity to consider Atkins replied "That's possible loo." j: per 50 Lb. meal or chunk In stock f
to allow Jime ,!lor,. reviewing .;'oldcunvddeath'warrant% expires al more fully whether assuming! The lorida Supreme Court ,
arguments. -'o' "noon i ,t.rill.lpl'ilto., on |heaic.: r- Washington s allegations! are true unanimously ruled !Monday. April 6,
Washington was scheduled d1elm *. the electric chair WednesjayApriltl.at << latest% appeal I was! tinJ.l""gI'lundtfalil of counsel. during the hearing. The justices i
7 a.m. Judge; Alki1\K,%21 hours"' $''( :! he receixed met lee' sentencing hearing.' seemed to suggest that nothing 1
before the pending hecut i n'isllu d" 'to 1 live t"gal,|asislJncot- during thesejiU'iKiiiK Judge Alkins told attorneys for the %ashington' trial lawyer could have Alligator Creek I
the temporary stay. | -, -, d.; k i-sr, pha lll"of! the case l slate and the couvicllo be availablefor 'one would have made much'' dil- .. t
Washington ts'senfenced'( to the electric chair lort,I ha/murders! of a ,I fl)i.l1tlhql tWashington{ has set forth a p,m, Th.I. I'SUd)'. April I 9. The judge see STAY U.S. 301 SOUth J

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A pencil drawing of a deer head by )
Mrs. Beverly Mathews of Morgan 'ARTS CRAFTS Harden (Tied).
Road in Bradford County and a OH Paintings 1)) ,Bev. Mathews and Ceramics (stained): YOUTH 1)) Wm. 1I"udr
needlepoint fish by Bradford Ricky SufflvanYoutn( ; 2)) Michael Jordan Sanders; 2)) Jerry Wadsworth; 3)) Joy

senior Lynette Hamilton of Star (Youth) and, June McKeaaie; 3)) Donna Carlton.
were top prize winners in the arts and Peeples. Ceramics (glazed): YOUTH 1)) Joel

I i + ''', "I crafts competition at the 1981 Bradford Yarn: YOUTH 1) Amy Starling; 2)) Stalnaker; 2)) Elaine Howard; 3)) Ricky t a
fair. Sullivan. ADULT 1)) Janice Goetzman;
County Tammy Peeples: 3)) Elaine Howard.
;:-\J\ ; Yarn: ADULT 11 Susan McClellan; 2) 2)) Betty Nolles.Woodcarving.
p-.. :' '- ri .. For the first time ever, Mrs. Faye Crouse; :3)) Paulette Cooper ; .
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Mathews entered four items in the : YOUTH 1)) Tom
'U I arts and crafts competition: the pen Pearce;2)) Mike Griffls; 3)) Brenda Griffis.
j s cil drawing, a stippled drawing, an oil Needlepoint: YOUTH 1) Lynnetta Macrame'l YOUTH 1)) Jerry sets
?Up; painting, and a chalk drawing. The Hamilton; 2)) Tammy Peeples. Wadsworth. ADULT 1)) Ruby Hersey; 1' 3
drawing of the deer Needlepoint: ADULT 1)) Bonnie King; Darlene Gibson. '
pencil turned out 2)) Donna Thompson; 3))
'' '' toS to be the sweepstakes winner 2)) Vertls Shirley: 3)) Muriel Gllhooley. Stuffed Animals & Dolls: 1)) Bonnie
l .. ,.,:"\'' ''< 1., Decoupage:: YOUTH 1)) Charlotte King; 2)) Faye Crouse; 3)) Allison Hilliard.

II: 'ja.t.: ..1': ; ... Kapellen. Miscellaneous: YOUTH DSandra)
\ ''il"' I Mrs. Mathews, according to her Charcoal: 1)) Bev. Mathews; 2) Ida Cauley: 2)) Nina Hutchlns 3)) Ruth Darley.
f Brown.
'. rJ 8a;. 16-year-old daughter, Terrie, paintson .
; Pen or Pencil YOUTH 1))Roland Coleman
..,:. and off whenever she can get the
; time. "She just has the gift Terri ; 2)) James Dewberry; 3)) Jay

r sr# ..... (" i :J"; 'I.1 says. Neither Terrie or her ,13-year- Rodgers.Pen I I r

.t'1tllll"1 ,,6J.: :Did brother inherited ability to draw,
Excellent ..
: she says. Terrie is a Bradford High or Pencil: ADULT DKathy) Per-
:-J cheerleader. rime; 2)) Rev Mathews; 3)) Ida Brown. Lynette Hamilton won the youth
';,'.. r; t Pastel &: Water Colon and Chalk: sweepstakes ribbon in the arts and
"' ,' .'r.. .!'t'."" YOUTH: 1)) Jerry Wadsworth: 2)) Karen crafts judging In fair competitionwith
.-, .--. 'L.,1! w_ Lynette Hamilton, the daughter ol Kapellan. ADULT: 1)) Jane McKenzie; 2)) a needlepoint painting.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hamilton of Paulette Cooper; 3)) Bev Mathews.
First Time Winner... Starke, has done only one needlepointitem Woodburnlnir YOUTH -1)) Andy Frey. I

Mrs. Beverly Mathews of Morgan Road in Bradford County won the the fish she entered in the fair Mosaics: YOUTH 1)) Perry Sullivan,

I sweepstakes ribbon in the adult division of arts and crafts judging in fair competition competition and won. III.
It took Lynette about three weeks to
with a pencil drawing of a deer head. It Is the first Mrs. Mathewes
entered anything in the fair competition. finish the fish. She just went by the in- Novelties:: YOUTH-11)Tammy Peeples. 11i'U
structions and worked hard on it., ADULTS 1)) Nancy Macauley; 2)) Kathy
Mrs. Hamilton says. Perrinne; 3)) Joanne Fill and Louise ill I I

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Joe Ray Blalock, 40, of Ackworth, NEW EAGLEII DISCOUNT
FSP Inmate Indicted
Ga., was arrested by Lt. D.L. LOW '' ttoOri
For Feb. 12 MurderA 97 FILM .
Cochran and Deputy James Leach on a
a charge of grand theft of two radial PRICES rr
Florida State Prison inmate is
tires and two spoke wheels, stolen DEVELOPING! '
charged on two counts, first degreE ,
murder of a fellow inmate and attempted from a pickup truck belonging to Ron- lr
nie Bielling of Providence, according Stop, shop PER oa
first degree murder of to UCSD. Shopper 3.17 15 ,hand
another, in a Bradford County grant PHOTO .
An all bulletin
points was put out save
jury indictment handed down Monday
April 6. giving a description of a suspect in the 12 EXPOSURE PLUS OIVCLOPMBCHMM owl.
case and Blalock was stopped on t 0/ Pro.u.uewlaslnanN( 03
Felix Zamot, 21, is charged with SR-100 in Columbia County by flU

stabbing to death Earl Louis Bailey deputies and turned over to Union E use liQlfl.1 pop r. lie
25, who was 15 in prisoi
serving years
County authorities who recovered the
for grand larceny, attempted murder tires and wheels, according to UCSD. on sale _for a good I k _
and burglary in Dade County. Baile) Union toPPers.
County Judge A.L. Driggersset
was stabbed twice with the sharpenec bond at $1,000. Blalock is being Thursday; Friday, SaturdayW ;M..1l

handle of a serving spoon last held in lieu of the bond in the Union .} ....
records.February 12, according to prison County Jail in Lake Butler.

Barry Amos Baldwin, 25, was stabbed
but survived. He was serving a < t
life sentence for rape and robbery in ,

Broward County. Bike Rider Escapes ,rACANAit111iS
Records show Bailey and Baldwin .
had tried to shake down Zamot in the Crash Without InjuryA I I iC N .. j')

day.room of U-wing at FSP, an openpopl Jacksonville man miraculously I II P ;... '" f.1 euAllia :
t on' area' of .the maximumsecurity escaped being injured after turningover I .;.egsg
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prison. on CR-225, 250 feet east of CR- I x. \ 11crt .Jot
The three men had argued follow. 200A in Lawtey at 12:24: a.m. Sunday, i. I k 'j GI
ing a card game. Bailey was stabbed April 5.Roger.
once in the left arm and twice in his Dale Wade of Jacksonvillewas I "
upper left back and pronounced deadat not injured but damage to the tat..uun 1.1:> I I
the FSP clinic. Baldwin I ;
was stabbed motorcycle he was riding was I I p "
in the back.Assistant .
estimated at $450. .,,11 I
State Attorney Tom The motorcycle was headed east on
Elwell has indicated he will seek r. !
the CR-225, an unknown vehicle was '
death penalty in the case. No date has headed west. The unknown vehicle t.11.
been set for trial. (s .jT'/
crossed the centerline forcing the

While Owner's At FairA then entered the grass on the left

Starke woman went to the Brad shoulder to miss the vehicle, went out SOFT TISSUE.'N 4 PRETTY PI<. 99'" ....... 7189.EAGle 31194 SHORT CHEW NECK SLEEVE 3 7 7 brio f
of control and turned
ford County Fair Thursday, April 2 side according to the over Lawtey on its Police right WASM4TWESTINQHOUSE 70S DISCOUNT CHLORINE PRICE!1488 and when she returned home ,If 'LdenG(1l
discovered her TV set had been SOFT LIGHT ".. ascouNTPRKEwASaetr. HTHSOCKIT2LB8. IOCS ootton with round nack, let quality 1OOH vetour. Solid 97 ,CIU9'(
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Sonny not issue a BULBS.Z PK. 98' High film trangth, Mph Iwal 97
pilfered from her bedroom at 1317 4OO75100 raslstanea. __to Ml 4 cap slsavaa and Florida motif ads with contrast side strlj.. TANK TOP .1 I Ixu
Charles Court In Starke, according to mishap.citation after investigating the WAS 145 _.... Reduces carton. DISCOUNT PRICE Whha w/oontrasl trim,8. M, t.. Elastic waist, man's S, M, L,i DISCOUNT ; } y AT2

the Starke Police Department.

Mary Parks went to the fair at 5:30: Shoppers! Save more at Eagle! Discount priced men'sboys'buys! ;; I
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p.m. Thursday, April 2. Returning Black Cow Killed 1I
home at 7:30 p.m., she went to her rtGrt10'J, ono I
bedroom and discovered the theft of By AutomobileA tuolo AM/FM ;ul1ol nen'lef1

the 12-inch black and white TV set according black cow that was standing in ,r11uoZ 9A1t

to SPD. the roadway was killed by a car on mxl I
Lt. Denton Devoe, who was dispat
CR-16 2.9 miles east of Raiford at
ched to investigate the burglary, .,nuooGalIPtT
12:10: a.m. Thursday, April 2.
reported the kitchen window was George L. Shipley Jr., 19. of Lake :
open and the curtain was torn down in Butler was not injured but damage to ar Z ,v'i w,,+, r ty nwtl
the kitchen. { 5e+ r ; tilt't'ruda
the 1980 Pontiac sedan he was drivingwas
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Ga. Man Caught estimated at $1,300.
The car was traveling west on
With Wheels, TiresAn CR-16 when it struck and killed the baa
Ackworth, Georgia man was arrested cow according to the Florida v 'o-ga
by the Union County Sheriff's Highway Patrol.
Department on a charge of grand Trooper K.G. Etheridge did not no71AMFM
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Bottom row, I-rl Ed hall Bruce Howard and Alan Davis.BHSJROTC .


The victory, the team's second in ,WOM.N'S
: Rifle four starts, was its second In a row. "TRACK PLAYER KIDS'BIBILAT BIr1laEAttltrTJTOt1l'ASST, BUM'S."WORK BOOT OCCKSMRAXBR 'rH-WBDOS SUfVERErPM I Ioun
Team Defeats >Other BHS team members and their
N.C. Team.t..' *"* ./ scores YVorkman-m are:, Ed Ed Crews-179.Hall-203 Ray and 29.88" 9 ; '" ; =? 14.94 OUH PRICK DISCOUNT 5.88 .

The", BHS JROTC Rine Team Mike Hall-171. The team score is computed l-way oparatlon-AC7baltary/-SWIM RING .se_, 24 ....... vinyl uppee .nit pad. Canvas w/eusnlon Innarsola. Oaasld wC Hi
SUM.serf to.raad salsclor. OR ew u Ace d HM4 ..awalvr..L surfer .dr.Mg/w,
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behind the hot shooting of Team Cap by adding the top four scores of DISCOUNT+ PWCS! . ,, .n Not In r It_ layered asps sotos.S a M.STJUIKE .
tain Steuart Pauley.(228), defeated the five shooters. "
Oak | Udg Academy..o(. North. The team's next match will be KEYSTONE HBTS. "
Carolfa-' J5:71tf ln"a match fired in against New Bedford High School of I' "

Sfark.laat Thursday. New Bedford, Mass. on April Z, 1981. 312 W. Madson Hwy..21 & 100 : ,' '

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by Elizabeth Terry youth brought a good message and a daughter, Brandie Regena, born Mr. and Mrs. llermie Kelly and of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Friends of Mrs. Mildred Griffis, of
Phone 782-3300 sang a special song. Several young March 27 in Alachua General Mrs. Jack Estes visited her husband Johnson of Bryceville, Mr. and Mrs. Starke regret to learn that she is a
people from the University of Florida HOSPita,' Gainesville. Malfernal! .. t I in ,Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, Marklee Starling and family of patient in Bradford County Hospital.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES played several games and, sang, I {grandparents aro MrJ&adMr3.J! ; HP* I on Wednesday Gainesville, and Mrs. Tommy Starling Our prayers are with her
First Baptist Church: Rev. 'Roger special songs.which was, enjoyed by 'tont Futch, of'Stark'.'paternal grandparents (II t Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and son, and children of Jacksonville, Mr. Bill Crouse is on a two-weeks
Wharton of Seaboard Avenue Baptist 'all present. The meal was delicious. are Mr. and Mrs. Louie. Jonesof Barry Lee, attended a Catfish gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. our: of the eastern section of the
Church of Jacksonville, was Sunday ;There were approximately 50 persons Archer. Festival at Crescent City on Saturday Franklin Starling and family of Jnited States, giving demonstrationsof
morning speaker. Rev. Spurgeon present. Chief and Mrs+WayhW! -Gustafson Bryceville. for a family reunion and hazardous materials. '
Hays of Second Ave. Baptist Church, Mr James Ellison of Jacksonville, and children f>t JPensacctfa, arf spending I Mrs. Wm. Wilson is spending some dinner on Sunday, April 5. Mrs. Bill Crouse and her family
Jacksonville, was the speaker for the helped the Joe Harris' move into their two weeks with' their parents Mr. time with her brother-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and went to Jacksonville Sunday, to help
evening service. Approximately 12 of home on Saturday, March 28. The and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Kris. sister Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton of family of Jacksonville, visited their her niece Miss Donna Betencourt
his church came with him. Harris' visited him on Sunday April Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of Jacksonville.Mr Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry celebrate her 18th birthday, given by
Grace United Methodist: The 5th. Maxville, spent the weekend. at their and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of Smith and children on Sunday afternoon her parents, Mr and Mrs. Stanley
Wednesday night services have been Mrs Evenly Henery;of Starke, and mobile home here. Jacksonville, spent Sunday afternoon Betencourt.Mrs. .
devoted to a study of Prophecy which Mrs. Doris Harrison of Jacksonville, Mrs. A.P. Hallman of Keystone with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Mrs. Pierce Crews her niece, Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Grace
has been quite exciting.The visited their aunt, Mrs. O.J. Anderson Heights, was a Sunday dinner guest of Dobbs. W.F. Atwood, Sr., and her mother, Buckley visited their aunt, Mrs.
minister and his family will be Friday afternoon her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Julius Eunice of Starke was a Sun- Mrs. Onie Thornton, were business Rebecca Chesser in St. Lukes
taping another segment for televisionin Mrs. D.O. Brown and her daughter, Mrs. Hermie Kelly March 29. In the day dinner guest of his parents Mr. visitors in Gainesville on Monday, Hospital, Jacksonville, on Sunday
Jacksonville this month. They will Mrs. Sandy Thomas, were business afternon, they visited their niece, and Mrs. Harold Eunice March 30. afternoon
also ministering at "CAMPERSFOR visitors in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon Mrs. Eddie Meadows fn St. Vincents Mr. and Mrs. Terry Flitch and Mr and Mrs. Riley Sweat and son, Mr. John Stables of Law ley wishesto
CHRIST'{ In Jacksonville this Hospital, Jacksonville family of Jacksonville Beach and Mr. Johnny, of Starke Mrs. Opal Allen announce his engagement to Mrs.
weekend Mr and Mrs. Ralph Futch and Rev. and Mrs. James Parrish and and Mrs. Ralph Futch and family of also of Starke Mrs. Ruth Strickland, Myrtle Ward of Starke.
Fay E.Bowman, the adult teacher, daughters, Christina Brantley and daughter, Pam, of'Raiford, visitedMr. Black Mountain, N.C. and their aunt. of Panama City, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartley of
1 attended a weekend retreat spon- Karen Futch, of Black Mountain, N.C. and Mrs. Les McClellan on Thurs- Miss Elizabeth Terry, spent Sunday Ralph Futch and daughters, Christina Enumclaw, Washington, are spen-
sored by "WINNING WOMEN" this spent the weekend with their parents, day night. afternoon with her other nephew and Brantley and Karen Futch of Black ding some time with their parents,
past April 3, 4, and 5, at Camp Yale. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.: Sammy Lee of niece, Mr. and Mrs Benton Futch, of Mountain, were Sunday dinner guestsof Mr. and Mrs. J. Staph.
PERSONALS: Mrs. Futch were Saturday dinner Brooker and Mrs. Sheila Hough and Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green.
Elizabeth Terry was a guest of guests of their aunt, Miss Elizabeth new baby of Gainesville were recent Mrs. Shirley Knowles of Macclen- Mrs. Pierce Crews, her niece, Mrs.
Mrs. C.E.!: Strickland, of Terry. Mr. Willie Green treated his guests of Mrs. Rossie Reddish. ny, spent Saturday afternoon with her Novis Ward, and her father E.A.
They attended a church granddaughters with Kentucky Fried Saturday April 4th, ,Mrs. Lester grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Sapp visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie FLORIDATHEATRE
''Mills at North Central Baptist Chicken dinner on Saturday.Mr. Walker, celebrated her husband's50th Dobbs. Sapp of Palatka on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
for the Adult Department on and Mrs. Charles Jones of birthday with a dinner. There Mr. and Mrs- Fleam Starling, Mr. E.A. Sapp remained for a short
Their new minister to the Gainesville, are the proud parents of were 33 guests present. and Mrs. Robert Starling and family visit.

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; .C.E."Sue" Davis choir master, Tommy Cox, Sunday signatures this week. This petitionwill Picture'I'hnc
Phone 485-1344 evening, April 12, at 7 p.m.IUvt'rlallcll1uslc be presented to Governor Bob Brooker Elementary School will Modern postage stamps WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONSlPGl0 -
ClubA Graham in hopes of his support. have a group picture and double exposure came into use in 1840.
g Brooker Baptist Church meeting of the Riverland Music BKOOKER ELEMENTARYThe portraits Wednesday, April 22 The ii I
ft The youth department of Brooker Club will be held at the home of Nell community educational program This is not a mandatory program, only -
Snd Grace Baptist Church will hold a Mann Thursday, April 9 at 10 a.m. will offer eight weeks of beginning those who bring payment on picture .
Flock-in: Friday April 10 and 12 at the Anyone interested is invited to attend.A wrestling for males seven years of day will be photographed in the Ql Q MaxDevIin
'Brooker Baptist Church. The sixth bake sale sponsored by the age and up. The class will begin on double exposure. All students will be
graders have been invited to this activity Riverland Music Club will be held Tuesday,April 7 and finish on May 26. in the group picture. j I
as part of their transition inti Saturday, April 11, in front of Green's The class will meet from 7 to 9 p.m., Parents are reminded to turn in ;;::; ,I- = .
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the youth department. The group wil! grocery. The sale will begin at 10 a.m. at the Bradford High School gym. items on the list sent home to you con- .r ,I-....., .-.Jo!..,... 301 DRIVE IN
be well chaperoned and will be served and last until all goodies are sold. This will be a course for the beginner, cerning the donations for the conces- ;;..... .......po...'.P'.".''''.!'.. .,'mot-' -.-
breakfast in the educational building Girl Scouts covering the rules and fundamentalsof sion stand for the Softball tournament / ".I: .' ,.It.",'&w...'...W"".I.,".'.......If.! ::::
'Saturday morning, prepared by the The girl scouts wish to thank the high school and free style wrestl- sponsored by the PTA coming up : '("- I Jj J----_ Frl. & Sat.
chaperones. public for the success of their girl ing. The class is open to anyone in the April 24. 25 and 26. ;, .
Church Outing scout cookie sales. The Brooker girl community, except BHS wrestlingteam Baseball practice is being hold each --' 7 ; T I ; :rlt.it:' :
Everyone is Invited to attend a scouts are to be commended on the members. The'course will be Tuesday and Thursday for 11 and "a r 7 :N :! I
church-wide activity to be held at the sales of cookies. The 11 members sold taught by Ronnie Harris, former BHS 12-year-olds. Boys and girls in- rN .{ i'ttR"' !
home of the William Harrell.family 840 boxes. wrestling coach. A registration fee of terested should contact the principal ProfessionalTypewriter .. .. .
Sunday, April 12. The afternoon will Boy Scouts $8.00 will be charged and the class Buddy Paterson. n-
begin with a covered dish luncheon at The Brooker boy scouts troop#516 is will have a minimum of 15 students. The March of Dimes wulk-a-thon oPLUSoRobert
1 p.m. All guests are asked to bring a very interested in preserving the San- Spring Games, will be held in Starke on April 25, ,
covered:: dish and Easter eggs; also to ta Fe River in its natural habitat. The Spring games held, at Brooker (Saturday I. Sponsor forms are ..r & r Blake In
dtess casually, as there will be scouts are interested in conservationnot Elem. last week for .students in available at Brooker School. S: : ,-:::-
various activities. Sack races, volley only for themselves but for future grades 4, 5 and 6 were outdoor activities Office Machine r =
ball, relay races and much more. To generations. The recent news of the as egg relay, hopper tag, *********** .. rcmISun.
complete the afternoon of activities swamplands being destroyed by the bumper to bumper relay, flag tag anda ;; :: :
there will be an Easter egg hunt for mining of peat, east of highway 301, competitive,game of.pillow polo With the coming of youth baseball Repairs g
all. prompted the young men into seekingthe against the teaching staff.Durlng and season, we borrowed this poem from ::;)
Choir to Present Cantata help of the public in an effort to after the games, Gail ook's class national columnist Ann Landers, who -::::: .:.---::::::=:>
The inspirational "Easter Song" by stop this erosion. To help in the protest operated a concession stand earning herself, borrowed it from Bob Fox a
John W.Peterson will be presented at 1 the scouts will be circulating a money for the Cindy Lou Countryman former minor league pitcher and Lit- We Will Clean and
the church under the direction of petition asking the public for kidney fund. tle coach from Ohio.
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tgage. The rafyTfrr-iflese."blended In- ., t. .' .. a aA 8t: ,15 I the team home 3: Interrupt YourProduction j-=-
terest" loans will be determined by recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling Prior to the 19'78'action Inmates The ball meets the plate; 1
taking the existing loan amount witha affecting prison "gain time" statute were under a "5-10-15" plan. This lie swings and he misses. ,?. =
below market rate and weighing it may free hundreds of inmates by meant they received five days per There's a groan from the crowd. -
against the increased loan amount at striking down the 1978 Florida month off their sentences for their with some boos and some hisses.A ::?=
current market rate. Points chargedfor Legislature's reduction of time off first two years in prison, 10 days per thoughtless voice cries: :--=::; r== ?
the "blended rate" loans will be sentences for good behavior. month for the next two yearsand 15 'Strike out the bum.' : ::.:2. .=>
based only on the increased amount of days per month for the rest of their Tears fill his eyes; -- e PLUS o
the loan. Carmichael stated the departmenthas sentences. the game's no longer fun. ICall For Information ::::::=> _
All new residential mortgages identified 660 inmates whose The Legislature in 1978 changed to a So open your heart The One and Only [altJ] Rated

made by Fortune Federal are three- sentences will expire because of the "3-6-9" system, using the same and give him a break. a NOW jj /fja ff,. .-.., ? r.-v, :;,-,..-.:-.",.; ,;-i
year renewable rate mortgages. court decision. Some inmates, according guidelines. For it's moments like this,
The association has also dropped its to Carmiachael, have other Carmichael pointed out the plan a man you can make. @; AjLEEilrVjSTARXE'S
maximum loan amount for 80% and sentences to serve and at this time was in addition to any."gain-time in- Keep this in mind .
,I 90% loans on single family homes. Carmichael doesn't know how many mates receive for work and other when you near someone forget. THE OFFICE SHOP
This applies'to both owneroccupiedand actually will be released. reasons.. He's just a little boy

Weaver, serving a 15-year term for: and not a man yet
inveslnlentproperty lot! -78 inmates had been released so far, a 1976 murder, did not qualify for im-
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loans has been extended from 5 to 15 Louis,:.Carmichael, Department of mediate release. But the ruling did
years. \'g ft* Corrections Bureau of Records chief, change his potential early release
indicated Wednesday, April 1. He date from Feb. 1987 to December

STAY froth'page 1BferenceflMCjUisqrfejonvitt 1 ...... pointed records of'out thousands DOC is of reviewing other inmatesi the 1984. : ?
Carmichael indicated DOC doesn'tknow
4)44' Admitted *I i WjrtS'cbmmitted" offenses before July exactly how many inmates Finest Meat Market i
tntlrtleflng the_"two men and I, 1978 to see if they are eligible for
must have their sentences recom-
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one puted, but other officials estimatedthe
Defense attornejtftftn Shapiro of number at more than 9,500 out of a
It is the first time since the U.S.
the Southern,.Pm ners' DefenseCommitteein'"New'Orleans total I prison population about 21,000.
Supreme. Court landmark Gideon
argued "It s a tremendous chore to do all of * * * * * ** *
beforeJttage (''Atkins i Ithat defense decision so"many inmates potentially'have this manually," Carmichael said. He *
counsef;;'William' Tunkey,, never investigated been granted an unexpectedly;! reported a computer would aid the Paramount Premium Grade Ice Packed *
early release by the courts:
crflpresenJNi} testimonyfrom EoUowingy department in locating inmates *
people who knew of childhood the Gideon decision, which, / expanded whose terms will be changed by the Whole *
abuse suffei dby,Washington or who the right to be represented by an at. court decision. .
knew that he, R' >r the most part, led a torney, more than 1,300 inmates' were
law-abiding life and a non-violent life released. Servicemen : FRYERS 58 < :
and that Washington struggled ..
against Difficulties.' The law applied retroactively to i __
Shapiro told the court affidavits new gain-time rules. This violated I'vt. Richard W. Mikell * * * * * *

from people who were never called to constitutional guarantees against "ex Army Pvt. Richard W. Mikell.' son
testify revealed the murders were post facto" punishment, the justices of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin O. Mikell.
committed during a period when ruled in a case filed by Hoyt Weaver,. Starke recently completed a
Washington needed food and clothingfor a Tampa inmate serving time for wheeled-vehicle mechanic course at
second-degree murder. the U.S. Army Training Center, Fort
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Some $1,100 was raised to match mond'Baer Starke each won:a case
[ 1 4 J federal funds for use for retarded of oil donated by Register Oil.
In LotA citizens in drawings held at the county Janet Harris of Macclenny won 10
Wendy's Parking fair by the Bradford-Union gallons of gasoline donated. by..'Hurst
Association for Retarded Citizens Shell.
(BUARC). Pat Farnsworth of Starke won 10
Lee Sparks, operator of the Florida gallons of gas donated by Eastern Oil.
r { Starke man,61.was hospitalized after being hit by a station wagon as he exited Theatre and 301 Drive-in Theatres, The $1,100 goes toward BUARC's
Wendy's Restaurant on US-301 South in Starke at 11:48 a.m. Monday. April won $100 worth of groceries donated matching funds to receive
6. by Torode Oil. feral monies to operate Sunshine
Edwin "Peewee" Williams, of Starke was taken by rescue unit to Bradford Craig Pollard of Jacksonville, won Acres. BUARC has to raise $10,000 in
County Hospital in Starke where he was hospitalized with a fractured knee, a 25 gallons of gasoline donated by matching funds this year. GE of
ire? concussion and cuts on both arms, according to an interview with him in his Thomas Oil. Gainesville sponsored the BUARC
hospital room Wednesday, April 8 Williams stated he was going to be sent by Hiram Chappell of Starke and Ray. booth at the fair.
his local physician, Dr. Kiert Sundusadee, to an orthopedic specialist when his /

b concussion clears up, to have his right leg placed in a cast Nashville's Covered Martin Hicks and Alabama

u u Bluegrass Gospel Band, who per-
Wagon Opry Stops
David Joseph Sasser. 17, of Starke was not injured but damage to the 1979 forms' with Bill Monroe and the
rAfter Chevrolet stationwagon he was driving was estimated at $100. In Waldo, Apr. 10-12 Osbnorne Bros., will be a featured at-

Williams told Telegraph he came out of the restaurant on the north side of Terry Bailey, will be highlightingthe traction. A$500.00 contest for local
the restaurant and stepped into the drive-through lane which is right next to the 3-day Covered Wagon Opry Show entertainers will be held.
building. He stated he stepped off the curb and that was the last thing he this weekend, at the Trading Post Discount savings coupons are
remembers about the incident. Flea Market in Waldo. available at many merchants in
Starke Police Department reported that the car was headed west in the drive- Bailey, who will be coming straight Waldo Starke and Gainesville
through lane and Williams was struck after he stepped off the curb. from a 10-week appearance in Las General admission is $6.00 but with
Patrolman Eston G. Mosher did not issue a citation: after investigating the ac Vegas delights his audiences with his the discount ticket the price is just
cident. Hank Williams stvle singing $4.00. Children from 6 to 12 are admit
ted for $1,00 and children under 6 are

free.Friday 10 7 11:30:
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Pee Wee Williams, hand to face lies dated after being struck by a car at Wen II Letterheads & Stationary "1J w RECOVERY
dy's rive-in Restaurant. With him nrp"Ut' Margaret, anti paramedics. Police Offer Good Thru r'- _Y JApn115,1981 J\\ 1v. pii ROOM

officers! talk to driver of car at right of photo. ., BRADFORD PRINTERS. The Recovery Room ol
Lake City Local Dist
.0, ReStauraa 110 W Call St. 964-5764' Archie Tanner Funeral

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p Ad ,...,1! and Upholstery

TINY PIZZA .. . .. .
Philip 1\1. Odom Infant Jeremy Dowling 964-6385 SPECIALIZING IN:

Philip M. Odom, 37, of Live Oak LazenbyInfant 2.25 $129 Ask Sarah About REROOFINO REPA'RS'
died Tuesday night of a heart attack.
Survivors include: his wife. Martha Jeremy Dowling Lazenby, 16 ii Placing An Ad MOBILE HOMES
Jean Odom Live Oak; two daughters days old of Raiford, died Friday .
Misses !Marci and Kim Odom; his afternoon, April 3, in Shands For Sale i ,.4 FUHN BOAT SKATS

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom, Jr.. Teaching Hospital after complications 1 9

of Starke; one sister, Mrs. Emma' SUP rh from 18, 1981.being born premature on t; l For Rent ..TRUCK. ./ .SEATS. . .
Johnson, Live Oak; two d.
Charles Odom, Pensacola and Jumi. s survived by his parents: Joe Keystone Area Ads i. o South 964-8350

Odom, Gainesville. and Karen Lazenby both of Raiford. Yard Sale
Funeral services will be held Thursday His paternal grandparents are Mrs. .
(today) April 9, at 3:00: P.M.. in and Mrs. Joe Dowling Lazenby, Sr., of 41i Pay for three weeks
the First Baptist Church of Live Oak. Starke. L
Harris Funeral Home of Live Oak is Maternal grandpartents were Mr. PERSONAL HOMES FOR FOR SALE j $ Get the fourth week n

in charge of arrangements.Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Vencil of Starke. SERVICES SALEBEAUTIFUL
Funeral Services were held Sunday LAKE LOT on sand bottomed FREE of Charge! .

afternoon at 3 p.m. at the graveside in CARPENTER WORK TWO ACRES. lake in Hillcrest. $800 Pays v
Advertising -
Dekle Cemetery with Rev. Charlie down. $146.44 per month. -
: Vera E. Ownbey Remodeling work. kitchen, property and home In
Mrs. Vera E. Ownbey, 65: of Redding officiating Burial will follow cabinets and trimcarpenter. Deerwood Hills, 3 miles 473.4367 Phone 473.4058 after 6 or/((/ Call Today! 1
under the direction of Archer p.m.
Funeral .
Reasonable north of 24x60
Keystone Heights,died in the Alachua Keystone. 3/26 ..
General Hospital in Gainesville Home of Lake Butler. '. prices. Call Ed D.mps.y at mobile home. 38R :2BA, LAKE tfnchg LOTS: ,AND 1 ACREAGE.*J 'l..... .15brd :'

Thursday morning, April 2, followinga hr ALCOHOLIC 4732477. tfnchg ANONYMOUS 3/5 carpet, CH/A, deep well Keystone Heights owner.financed ...1 Deadline Tues. Noon a t JI
) with delicious water.
long illness. Garl K. :\IathewsGarl 10 percent in.

Born in Fairfield, Iowa June 5. K. Mathews, 87, of Folkston, Closed Open meetings meetings.Monday Friday 8- finance 28000.with Owner reasonable will terest. Lots on clear. sand, '\\J- t

1913 !Mrs Ownbey was the secretary Georgia, died Friday morning in p.m.8 p.m Alanon Monday down payment. Discountfor bottomed lake priced to* r .
for the Ott Land Development Corp., Charlton Memorial Hospital, 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 cash. 9123777496. sell from $9,900. One to' ,r. '; I
and moved to Keystone Heights in Folkston. following a long illness. p.m. All meetings in Nights and Sundays five acres overlooking lake
19-47 Irom St. Petersburg. She was a Born in Davis County, Iowa on Sept. Educational Building. Com 9122940189. tfnchg 3/26 (access available) with
member of the Presbyterian lailh, a 20. I 1893): Mr. Mathews had lived in munity Church. tlnchg 4/2 SPRING LAKE--2BR, 1 1BA, nice trees from $3,500.
member of the Order of Eastern Star Folkston for only I the last two months. PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN- asbestos shingle house $500 down $50 a month.. Union County Ads
Chapter 279, and a member of the Previously Mr. Mathews had lived in TING and wallpapering.Phone with some furnishings, Commercial frontage-
American Legion Auxiliary, Post the Starke area for over :30 years, 4732477. tfnchg 3/5 brick fireplace detatched SR-21 investment N. Ownersalesman.opportunity

202. where he had retired as a dragline PLUMBING REPAIRS-Larry.5t\ garage 100x500 lot boat 4734375. tfnchg 4/2 .. ,, -
Survivors include: her husband. operator with the E.I. DuPont and Teague Plum ln9'. house. $37,500. ALSO-
Hector L. Ownbey; a daughter, Company. He wus' a member of the 475.15(3./fnchg 5/21 GEORGE'S LAKE-3BR, 2BA AKC quality DOBERMANS--TOP only. You are invited PERSONAL FOR SALE REAL
Dorothy O. Brown Winter Haven.Fla First Baptist Church of Starke. CARPENTRY AND MASONRY brick veneer home with 4' to visit our kennels. SERVICES ESTATE .,M
and 4 WORK-build p&ttpf, additions arched brick fireplace fully .
; grandchildren. Survivors include: his wife Mrs. ::\ 4751228. 176 FORD COURIER low ,' '0.tOOKING
Graveside funeral services were Leona Hunt Mathews, Folkston; two remodeling, 'rTorties equipped kitchen, 6' WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN CUSTOM MADE mileage ,.extra..client.. FOR' ,, R..",pml I
held! at 11:00: A.!M. Sunday. Apr ::, in sons, Bruce t:. Mathews, Maitlandand and tile work. Also pain.. sunken bathtub In master tfnchg 3/5 0RAPEEIESFreeestimates. $2.500. call 496-3625 after piece ol pr P.W.W./IA/ Lt,! I
Keystone Heights Cemeterj. with Dr. Lowell W. Mathews! Folkston; tang Free estimates.Phone bedroom walk-In closets., IRISH SETTER AKC PUPPIES. locaf 6 p.m.: TFN 2 19. Jon t havo "if. I III ,find. .>>,<'L
Joe Keller officiating. An Eastern; fuur sisters Mrs. Florence Hunt 473-4473 during ( walk-In pantry 11x19 formal Born Jan. 12 Males, $7ft; distributors, for completelywashable '' 1980 :/STUMPNOCKER/ :" |13'' JustuikJANE $..lJSHJiR
daAfter 5
Star service was held at 7n::: ) p.m Sacramento Ca., :l.lrs.Jarie! Wilson 782-3906 tfnchg p.m.3/5 phone,?:'L dining room. Florida 'females $50. Mother on nationally foot 9 8 h.p Mercurvj1; ,REAyORl49. .2I4.cpr
Saturday in the Chapel of UiAVitt. ('. Bloomfield Iowa. Mrs. Irene Hearn, UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED.permanently .. ,* room. water to air heat premises. Call 475-1 788 advertised Gordsette ,trailer, gqv.COru.bottetry.li" : \: 496 2903. ovo XIII"
double *
Jones Funeral Home. Ottumwa. Iowa and Mrs. Holly Jen- pump car garage. after 4 p.m. or 377.5934 Draperies S&W Enterprises trolling1motor'all"n! ? | new). cH,ton CuwtyiR toiturj"h( ,
by a Call for details and '
ner, Dodge City, Kansas; 6 grand- registered electi'ologisl appointment.more during day. Stpd 4'2.30 Ed or Lama'Stephen ,I cond.iclI'&olC., ; 'oiler.Phone 3, 26ii I ?MOO"I
MALE, ONE FEMALE 496-3625 oft. 6II
children II and 496.3253, '
; great grandchildren and it's inexpensive. Call KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
CAHD OF THANKSThe 1 great great grandchild. for free demonstration REALTY. REALTOR guinea pig. About 6 mon 5 1 80IFN. p.m. rfN 2 19. |I .1 i i 'CHI,YOUR >ubm
ths old. long haired $15 ; : REAL ESTATE NEIDSM"
Funeral services were held Monday without obligation. Amy'sElectrolysis. 473.4961 OFFICE AND SUP-
family of Rudolph Henry Brvanwould for both. 473.2962. SCHOOL 12X60. 2 bedrooms. I path.good" ', 6N
like to thank our many friends April, at 2:00p.m. in the DeWitt 490 LawrenceBlvd. 2tchg 42.9 4J 2.9 2tchg PLIES,: iGIFTfSee. Unkwj condition.. S6.000, .' IN UNION A COUNTf'Residential J.Comm.rclat'
for the food, flowers and prayers in C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Ben Bryant .. Keystone. 4737033. HOME ON WHITE SAND MIDOLEBURG-3 ACRES,' County...Times .bp.M the loss of our father. Thanks for the officiating. Interment followed in the Ifnchg 42PAINTING..Ext.rior 'LAKE-by owner. 38R. completely fenced and ,.day 4,Tues tJv 4,30 din', 196.2185tchg 4 94; 30..,, i i975 Call ..- '*
and .
Interior 1' BA. 1950 ft. C/ HA, 5 .
beautiful service and a special thanks family plot at Crosby Lake Cemeterywith tq. cross fenced. Pond. 12x60 to p.m. Wednesday.doted. '
to the Archie Tanner Funeral Home DeWitt C. Jones fo'uneraillome. Also mobile home. W/W carpet throughout. mobile home with addition a.Irfrkltnoon. Fri. | GMC TRUCK 4 wheel ,Venera Brown;; RA
1 teg 4/9 Starke... in charge of arrangements. sealing. Over 20 years after" built-in kitchen den almost completely 'finish days'.30 'drive with topper clean. .Realtor-Associate') ,,
perlence. 473i3949 5 fireplace, I'l acrescI.ar.d. ed. 17x17 block shed. Asking 'GObbVsEb'FURNITURE Also 1972 Cobra Mini .;496.3022.
p.m. 2tpd 4/9-16. boat shed screen CASH FOR -
30000. Will take Motor Home-low mileage. Tiffin and OwensInc.
porch. $55.000 firm. By appointment. : from a living roomsuite -
small down payment and clean. Coll 4311376. I llpd
house full. Realtors
CARS&TRUCKS 4732784. I llchg to a whole 49.
hold 4732962.THREE .
4/9 _mortgage.. ,., Other things of value also.:
& River
2 t,.L..!,j..7 n KING Slit BED; 125. access
Phone 755.1967 after. 5
PIECE LIVING ROOMset. washer $12, dryer $85. lots.
TFN 4 9.
NEW CHEVY VAN. bench MISCELLANEOUS $150. Only six months p.m early omericon sofa $150. No more looking, build or
seat. Phone 473-2718. old. 473-2962. 2tchg 4 2.9 INSURANCEMAINES queen sire bedroom suite put your trailer on home
Itchg 49ANTIQUE foundation with other im Sprovement.
HALL SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m., seven piece pit sofa. Never bed SI 50. hide-a-bed $1 SO t
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with Sunday 2.5 p.m. Public, in used. $250. Call 473.4380. INSURANCE AGEN side by side refrigerator 4.7 acres off ;
VAIR 700. 2DR, while
vited. Pd 4/2-9 2tchg 2.9 CY] 160 S. Lake Ave.. lake $300. freezer $200. double 238. Owner financed '
red interior. 65,000 Butler 496.3978. Complete bed $60. twin bed $35. col. Very good homesite S
original miles. Good condl- GARAGE SALE) Saturday HONDA ATC 90: Three 3.99 ;
II rIr lion Needs somebody April II 1 94. Clover Lane.one wheel all terrain cycle. Insurance Service TFN or console TV $200. din. acres, highway frontage I i

.._.- ..--." ..- .. ---.- .... ...-. broke work for block behind Fri.nd.Ihip New tires. engine 752-7961 nelte set $75. Phone on 239. Choice spot a S '
reconditioning. lSMPG.eanomy..It" Bible Church. Chairs overhauled. $450. Providence.. Itchg bargain buy.INVESTORS. ,
bar stools coffee table 473.3942. I llpd 4 9 CLASSIFIED AD 4.9.
I I ''I a great parts drapes children clothes. Deadline for Insertion MATCHING WASHER AND : Operating i; ,

cor. Restoring. Best offer.yours..buymine. Must see I Itchg 4,9 HELP TUESDAY NOON .DRYER 5300. recliner $75.mlcrowaive ,' hog farm', tK I
to appreciate. preceding Thursday before oven $200. Get the .must. fur your i I
Ron4733831. tchg 4,9 FOR RENT WANTEDHAIRDRESSER publication sofa loveseot and chair' money for this 2 BR 1
"W FORD GALAXIE. 289 Minimum charge $2.50. $150. bedroom suite $150. Bath Frame Home. SR 18 I

See 3 Lake Front ModelsDeer cubic inch engine.. AT, PS TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT .: Good customers opportunity (Each Covers word Words over 'ISIs ). $125.solid wood wood desk table and 6 chairs choir' I acre, fenced In yard :.;.>

P6 good rubber and runn. Prices start at 4950. lake established. Call for info., $400. contemporary dining large oaks.Excellent .
ing condition: New bat Geneva Trailer Park. 10 cents : .
Sandl's .Holrworks room suite with china Buy older : :
$695. 4752777. 4732879. tfnchg Not responsible for errors
tery. 2tchg Phone
475-2140. Itchg 4/9. cabinet $800. frost free remodeled home i0
4/9-16 when given over the phoneor
Foot Trail OFFICE SPACE: Keystone
refrigerator $150. coffee 2end
pletely furnished
Center Approximately 420 when copy i Is not typed on 121 in i-
tablet $55. Phone I
WANTED feet. $160 per and brought to the office. Worthington. : I
square 752-796I Providence Itchg 'a
Sampson Lake month. Call Keystone SERVICE rI- u -, 49. Call 496-307 .t..: !
CASH FOR GOLD sterling Heights' Realty, Realtor. I Iw
V.A. No Down jewelry, diamonds. coins. 473-4941. tfnchg 4/2 "' .
Money i
t./U + / '
Will visit your homeanywh.r. STORE FOR RENTi Approximately Removal T1eJ jett 16F r t1WW.NTA': f ..rONL1
.. 3765235. Mr. 900 *q. ft.. in front
Large Lots Up to One Acre Rlttman. tfnchg 4' 2 of new post office. Phone Trimming A ,PAS 1 f ssF4s9MptMrr711Q -

WORK WANTED: Yard workor 4732014. 4tchg 3> 19-4/9 t.IIIJ... f:44hs4 ., .

Trade In Your Present Home or Trailertifl basis.house work References on a weekly 1BR MOBILE, CH/A.HOME.on'Furnished lake- Free Estimates I ... e677 ifAaJr t"aylti .....'1'itpw. r"5 481,.

475.I 720. 1 Hpd4/9 Geneva. $150 month plus 473-4732 i.lt--4! ..lClttl. '\
CusfWt 'S.
._ 414ERRa4 WANTED! CITY CLERK. utilities and deposit .._. x s1Me'wt'. .. .. -"
Knowledge of bookk..p- 473.4149 after S p.m. or After 5 p.m. .. o L' A."t6 .. .;:-:::" .
and secretarial skills weekends. Itchg 49LOSTBOUND Keystone I '. ,5 "v'
ing Heights
: .. e.eAw 4tr -
If e& ,
first home in :
ALSO Watch for our new starting 26 hours per week. Applyat -'; ,
City Hall .by April 13. ,

Casa-Del Forest, SR 16 Vest.. .I Itcha4 9OPPORTUNITIES FOUND SLALOM SKI. mm KAYCOSMETICS l' fl. j637, -.143l. .,' :J ? l') ," ., '

Thursday. April 2. on lake l. zWla !

Brooklyn' fairly near boat i 077'1 1
W| ARE LOOKING for, 'four ramp. 4733080. I tchg 4 9 Louise starling ;
AFFOADALS'DOMESBob people! with management LOST: BLONDE COCKER EvenlngS.473.3092 J4I'j
aching' u-.rr ,. -
or salesmanship SPANIEL Blanding
in Camp "
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Harris. Builder. 984.5533'Anylimef small bV.rns."M st have Wearing small chain. .W o c:1: ::

a good, self-imoge' and able Answers to Scooter Advertising Pays! POSt* '17'1
to handle
a large Income. 473-2416 or 473-3801 Itch; _
Call 372.5361tchg 4 9.30 49

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Oth and 11th from 8 a.m. GOOD PRICES PAID for UIIltd' USED NEWSPAPER ,
; to'4' pm. clothes,. dishes mobile homes if mortgageIs SEWING MACHINISIPAIIICDt JEEP Value $3196. ALUMINUM PLATES: 24 x POOL TABLE Fisher 4' x 8', PARADISE IN THI PINES
1" solid slate
.:.< and "whol nots". SR-16 3/4 paid or mar'OLIN'S All makes Sold for $44. Call 36" 25' each. Bradford regulation Almost new 2 bedroom '
MOBILE cleaned, oiled and act- 312/743-1143 Ext. 705 for bed w/balls. sticks ft accessories.
west- NW 225th Av. HOME SALES County Telegraph, dream home on 2'/ acres, /rwilkLn'
..... Follow signs llchg 4/9. 9645606. Open 7 days (lusted. $15. Work information on how to 964.6305.fn ." $500.00 FIRM. 1 Is
productive ac. garden; "
SEARS % 4 x 8 folding .
James purchase bargains like
''', YARD SALEi SAT. 9 a.m. Sp.m. w..kly. TFchg guaranteed. TRUCK TOPPERS. $199, IN. .
WANTED this! 4/9 4tpd 4/30. ping pong table with paddles new grape arbor: big i .
Orlffli Loop. Follow Mobil. home ax Strickland corner Morgan STALLEDI! Has full vision and REALTY !
I.. and Rd. and 16. SCAMPER: POP-UPt 8, and balls, $7300.Keystone workshop utility
the signs. Mle. items. Call tires. Will pick up.OLIN'S Hwy TFchg sleeps door and opening side win. '
Ph. A real pleasureto
964-8138 (if directions MOBILE HOME BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 9 sink and gas stove. Easy to Hgts. building. 'it .
) or. : dows. One year warranty. 173.3600.3/5 tin Call David I' ..
31500. :
SALES 9645606. pull. 400.00: 9x12 tent, see hh
needed) 1tchg 4/9. Open 7 years experience) In all Beasley Bargains.
Bruce PHONE 964.7776
GIANT GARAGE SALEi 4 day. a week. TFchg phases Including taxes and sleeps 6. $50.00. Phone 473-4321. tfnchg 12/11. CECIU--

FAMILIES 8ROWNLIE ST. WANTED Used tool., both government forms. 4/9.964-5804 after 3 p.m. Itpd ,CYPRESS FOR SAUl Harrow Plows mower 2 14"cultivator Bottom, Associate 473.3586. JANET, Evenings M. STARL, TERWILLFGAR 205 N. Temple Starke I
NEXT DOOR TO NAPA mechanics and carpenters. 473-7073 after 5 P.M. 7/3 Firewood $5 '/ cord you
col f.rtilll.r.dl.t. lHA
SAT. ONLYI 964.8331
Itpd 4/9. or tfchg load. Custom cutting.
YARD SALE April Oth S "68.1551.9/11 tnchg CHAIN LINK FENCE Install BROUGHAMi A/C, P/S, Lumber. Phone 468.2624. 7 ., All used very good condition little 3/19 tin. 3" ; W

11th at 762 N. Walnut from WANTED Mobil. Home Ax.I. ed. Free estimate. HandyMan and many other extras mi. South of Stark.on Eastside 660000. Call very 496.2171 1911 MOBILE HOMES!

9.6 p.m. Baby cloth. I... Paying the best pr.ce. Fence Co. 9648559. 13,000 ml. $7,200.00. cf 301 across from 473-2214. TFN 3/26. or payments starting at

women's sites 916. and for good condition axles. TFpd. 681.TYPEWRITER. Phone 782320r. 4/9. Shady Oak Trailer Park. STEREO COMB: BABY $137.00 per month. John
knlck knacks. 9648331.911 REPAIR Call 1977 TOYOTA CAR $300.00 Mobile Home
Itpd 4/9. tnchg 1/29 tfn.NURSERY. CLOTHES and BIKE Inquire Brown
GARAGE SALE 4 families; WANT TO BUY* used the Office Shop 110 W. equity. Payoff is $2200.00.Call I' STOCK Shade and at Tackle; Box, 341 N. Center 4733775.9

reel to reel tap. player. typewriters and adding Call St., Slorke. for details 168.1588. Itchg 4/9. flowering trees; Temple Ave. Itpd 4/9. tfnchg.

antique jewelry, tove. machines. Must b. In 964-5764. tfn. 1967 FORD FALCON! Runs evergreens; hedge plants; BLUE VELVET SOFA Call SAVEIt Buy direct from fac

clothes, small kitchen applianc. working condition. GLASS CUT TO ORDER. great $300.00 call azaleas, 18" 24" gal. 964.8186ltchg 49.UNDERPINNING tory. Prices start at 12'
.., lots of misc. 9645764. 2/12. Doors, windows, etc. 9646159 between 8 a.m. cans, $1.50. each; camelliasIn FOR wide $6.995.; 14' wide
It.m. Old Gulf Stationcorner WANTED TO BUY old JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY and 1 p.m. 492tchg416.BUSCAMPER bud and bloom; palms; DOUBLEWIDI 10000. $7,995, double wider

( of 301 and SR16)) unusual lamp (repairable) 9646078. Orders also : NEW paint fruit trees-peach nectarine Phone 964-8349. Itchg 4/9. $12,995. Come by and seelarge
Fri. and Sat. April 10th and Mrs. Lyons. 964-9939 tpd taken In Lake Butler tires, rebuilt engine, persimmon, pear REGISTERED QUARTER selection of mobile BRADFORD VILLAS. Starke Flo. A desirable, different |

'" 11th. 9:00: a.m. ill??? Itpd 4/9. 496-3079 and Keystone refrlg.. ., stove, toilet, sink plum apple, fig; blueberryplants HORSES Race horses, homes. Community Mobile lifestyle. Prices start at $33.4001
bed couch. Inside
4/9. Heights 473-4973. 2/26 ; citrus; hanging brood mare with fold by *
Sales US-301 North.
needs work. (Le Bus). Setup Home
YARD SALE April I9.00! PERSONAL tfn. behind JO.ID Court. boskets and potted house side, riding horse. All well Starke, 96487"1.9 SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS/
a.m. til??? 23? Monro. St. NEW AND USED WATER plants. Get these now. bred. Phone 468-1576 alter If you are a newcomer fo our vicinity or a native who Is In
US-301 Starke. Must sell
behind Eagl. Store. If SERVICES CONDITIONERS: Sales and O.C. CARNES NURSERY 23 need at do heilrars \
make of hr. Itpd 4/9. 7:00: p.m. 4/9 tin. 3 BEDROOM CEMENT block housing please net to give us a ring.
rain., will have following Service. Call for free water 174 FORD PICKUP: auto. mi. SE of Starke on Hwy WALNUT FINISH TABLE 44"x Remember real estate Investments have kept pace with
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete analysis and Information, 100 Florahome. Phone home in Stark.
Sot. 8 families. at
Itpd 4/9. 68", 3 leaves 2 armchairs Inflation.We .
sharpening service, circular 964.5673. 3/12 tfn. trans. P/B A/C heat fireplace, air,
SALES 2 6592165. Closed Monday gas
GARAGE families, on
and 4 side chairs. .
Call 9646841. Itchg 4/9. * * *
Fri. and Sat. ASprll I Othllth 8 hand carbide, PAINTING. REPAIRScarpenter 2/12 tfnchg. $275.00. Call 964-8403 laundry workshop attached are getting calls far tracts e' small acr.og..h'gh 4 j jfry..with
chain mower blade hollow work small m I SEDAN Devlll) fully 30s 9648483.
at 1222 Bradford St. NEW CARPET. NEW ft USED garoge.
after 6:00
p.m. Itpd ( or without a house or trailer..If/ you hov..om.h'n" .
ground and balanced.Leave building. etc. Call loaded excellent condi Furniture ft Appliances. tfnchg9..
and 1231 Bradford St. (on. ONE BEDROOM TRAILER 8'x like the and want to sell., please call 964-7776 J Jtoday
tlon. $1950.00. 964 6214 .
directly behind the other) at Jackson Building 9648813.312 8tpd 4/30. or Plumb. fixtures and pipes 35' $750.00. Phone 2BR MOBILE HOME' one.acre

Tool., odds< and ends. 8 Supply' In Stork., Keystone VETERINARY SUPPLIES 7823653. hcha 4/9. BARGAIN CENTER US 301 473.2931 9645010. Itpd land; fenced garage, I
a.m. to 8 p.m. Itpd 4/9. Heights or lake Butler Wholesale to public. 8173 Call In A ClassifiedAd South, 9646679. 2/5 4/9. utility shed, furnished * * "

YARD SALE Fri: ft Sat..April TFchg W. Beaver St..Marietta Fl. TFNchg HOLSTEIN NURSE COW Call also paved rood. With extras. Friends are asking, "Is real estate really moving The j
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 9004/786.0053. 3/19 4tchg Today answer Is: "Yes. you bell" If e pl.c. of property sensibly [
10 and 1). SR230A two anytime 944-7065. Itchg Phone 964 7056 or
: 4/9. pricedf will sell. We need houses to soil fool
from 964-6305
doors Bethel
Church. 4/'. 9646490. I Itchg 4/9.
Phone 964-5J48 or 9647619. REGISTERED POLLED * * *
REMODELING, BUILDING, "We Pickup, Butcher Chill Cut, and Wrsp"HARDEE'S old. WainwrightFarms Forest Heights Rd. 16W appro IS acres or 30 lots -
REPAIRS New kitchens, $41,300.
bath., family rooms. Brick : Phone 964-7835 ....RRIffR
1979 PLYMOUTH ARROW after 7:00 p.m 32631chaHOMES
: ONE TWO ACRE PARCELS block concr.t. Fireplacespecialists. NURSING HOME needs full. 1320 E. Searing 1700 sq. ft. home 3 BR 1'1,B. nice lot.
Lawtey off.SR 229. Owner Griffls Con PICKUP< with topper, auto time LPN or RN nurse for .....R..af

will finance for responsible struction. Phone 473-2108 trans., air cond., powerbrakes SALE ".12 shift. Call 9646220. Cenerly Estates Two pretty one acre lots.a. .
AM/FM radio. FOR
down or 4732578. TFchg 10/9 tnchgDIRECTOR .......aR
parties. No payment 8 track lay.r.p.rf.ct ,
MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory OP NURSING RN. Little Bedford Lok.-House B 120' ]
$17.00 p.r mo., p.r condition. Call garage-effid.ncy apt. on
trained mechanics Dwayne and Darlene Hardee 3 BEDROOM CB HOME in Stark. Nursing Home. For lake 425' fin.
10 K deep owner
acre on year financing. 533-2474, after 6 tfn
US-301 South 9646020. p.m. owners Stark., Indoor pool and more Information call ..........
SHOLTES.1213 NW 6th St., 3/26. .
5/29 S. 964 6220. 3/19 tin
Gainesville. 32601. Ph. TFcha patio central gas heat Coming up soon large brick home at the Country Club)

377-5822.3/5 IQtpd 5/6. fireplace, air laundry, RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY: situated on 1.75 acres, fenced back yard.
1st & 2nd Mortgage at Santa Fe (Starke Office).
ONE ACRE well septic 218 E.WASHINGTON St. OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY workshop attached Personable, meeting and ..........

l tank utility house on concrete Money AvailableWe STARKE FLORIDA 32091 984.6725, garage. 30's. 9648483ttunmr assisting people. Call Dr. Lot 42 Sampson lake Shores has light pale and septic tank J
1 .... .\... S/9&' tfn ,h.. and Hal Huml trailer $16,700. best
good land In Lawteyarea. -" -"- McFadden for a Very fl.hlngl
Call 5332559.2 purchase existing; mortgages. Call ment.: 964.5382. 4/2 2tchg
4tchg 4/23. CARDIN BROS.Steve 49.OLDER. I.IS nice acres on 301 N for $19.850. Highly desirable!
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John Bradley. a.Ra..R
TWO 8-ACRE TRACTSi 984-5010khq WOMAN: to live in
f cleared $2500.00 p.r acre.ij 4/3 4/33 cardln-Owner with female and 2 kids; Lav.ly.larg., antique brick home situated on a beautiful.,

!;: Rudolph Hutchesen. babysitter while I work. Iy landscaped acre In Conerly Estates. A quiet secure!
'. 964-1966.4/9 4tchg 4/30. Office for Rent [964-67501 I Pay $5000 a week Call lifestyle yet near all canvenlences-a beautiful home with]

SEPTIC TANKS from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. everything!
I FOR RENT Corner of Hwy. 100 & Laura-Starke J.ANDCLEAIHHC 964.6159. Itchg 4/9. ..........
Ample Parking Attractive, California redwood 1600 tq. ft. home with attached -!
Fill DIRT LIMEROCK garage, solar hot water heater fireplace and 57]
j MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 600 SQ. Ft., CH/A : PONDS DUG; 'FILL DIRT Ads Get Resullt acres of prime properly. Owner finance.a.a..aa .
M 473.2735
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:_M__+i,R't ,r"J1, '"n".CULVER rS SE"IrrCOVEREt1 Mint condition ham. 2244 sq. ft. CH&A dote to schools ft |

jlHOUStKE'cpiN 'and; 'sleepP -" HOME FOR SALE hopping. Have to see. ......
TV'and Air Invest In the Best. t
Ing room
Und.rwood Motel 3 miles Hampton Nice 2BR, 1 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Dealers Tues. lest located motel In town 24 units $169000 with!

|f North of Starke on Hwy bath home on country 159,000 down balance financed at low. low Interest]
f setting In convenientdowntown BRADFORD iATTERlXS INC. Public Fri. rat...
301. 10/9
t tnchg section. POLICIESAT ..........
MOBILE HOMES Two and 964-7037 U.S. 301 N. 7:30
thr. bedrooms; clean. Pretty lot with large Store behind Powell's Tastee Freezeps'e : p.m. Developers dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty of I

Highway 16 and 225. New detached garage witha REASONABLE RATES 301 N. of Starke timber road. $60,000 with SIS.000 dawn owner will |

owners, formerly Whit. variety or possibleuses. . The e carry mortgage. 12"%.

Call 468.1323.3/12 tfn. Excellent financing Olin's Mobile .. l(s RH..HM

FURNISHED APARTMENT available. Sales 6.K.t' Batteries I Huntley Large CB bldg. In good condition on on. acre approx.
Utilities furnished. Prefer Call For Details Home Redfearn'sRVICES 5000 sq. ft. formerly "Moose lodge" just off Rd. 100E I

on. middle age person. Inquire Eleanor B. cannon FREE QUOTES fte"'IU" m ..n --. d 35,000 terms.
at 603 E. Washington Realtor 375-2488 Phone 964-5606 I ; { c. e.q.r Complete 1 aa.a..aa.a

AV.. Stark.. 3/19 tfn. or 372-1469 Elaine M. Olin Agent Line Its 473.4340 Our finest commercial property (across from Holiday Inn).

MOBILE HOME 2 BR 2 BA; tfn u 200' on 301 with 1.61 acres. U.. your Imagination Terms. |
on Santa F. Lake Canal Ofseosd 7R Id or a..a.a

between Keystone Heights \ ,473.4252 Worthington Springs Restaurant and 2 lots. $18.500.
2t Ht! \\ etii6aaa Aoceuoress )
and Mefrose on SR21. $180 i .merg. l a..a..4
per month, references and Serttce'" MOBILE I ; : HOME I .t\ Res A ANOas Repairs Of Major PREFERRED PROPERTIES
'Deposit required. Call AJ ,( RKF, R1sR Electric
SERVICE; ipotfl. ,N 1 t Appliances .4.5 acres really seduded-nice trees $9.000.
'73.3695 or 4734519. 3261fn' Bradford &
Serving Cloy
'. f ?In IIII *40 acres Lawtey area $42,000-Owner finance.
KITCHENETTES AND ftbE1T1/ ,..\\.,,\. 964-70:7 Counties, fr New modern CB store 301 Lawtey $52.000. Owner fink .

ROOMS w..kly and mon lawrencx Blvd. Keystone Beautiful .....nt Rd. lot-133'x2SO.
.0< frS 9 miles of Starke S Rd. 100.
:.w fSrAC.urillincludeda .. I I acres approx. west $
kvqvfte at JO.L Auto',1ui...Camnt.Orte'catI -Discount Batteries .Lawtey 301-CS store-$19.500,own.fln.
MMV1 tK-W'l.00P S.l brings. Sic Mobile HomeMaintenance .lot en E. Call St. Call for details.
Your Best Battery Buy From
96+0010 Itchg4r\9Joo1I Shbfj your door, or}you 7 lucre lot. Brawnlee Rd. $".000/A. 20*. down/12.

LQar2MAPARTMENTl may leave your lock* la.be Bradford Battarfos, Ine. .606 W. Adklns-House ft SO' x 100' lot $12,500.

Adult.only'No pets, apply, serviced at any of the Pinewood Drlve-CB ham. with carport.

at 403 N.I Church St. "124 Following lotions. Painting Insulation .404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely furn. opts. Owner fin

tfnchg, -V 1 ACME HARDWARE. Classified Ad Deadline Tuesday Noon Paneling Shelving Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel carpet.
BRADFORD. VILLAGE 301 Eo Call 3Ur: Home t 3 acres In Brooker $51,600

APARTMENTS) NOW" ac-' JACKSON BLDG.; Efecfr/ca/' / / & Plumbing Call St. commercial' 100' x 190' Owner fin. $9,900.

cepllng appll2otions for.xp.cl.d SUPPLY 5.S acres near Pr..byt.Church 1 ho.pltal-mok. offer

vacancy.. 1 BR,* Ml 1011.8.-ere eluteHam. .lone N....' Repairs 20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27.990. Owner financed.

AC carpets garden patio. AUTOMOTIVEPARTS 'A/most/ Any Small Job' *43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin Lodge" $40,040.
off-str..t parking. CENTER *4.7I Acres Rd. 230A t Wilson Rd. $11.700.

964.8601 4/9 tfn. 660 N. W.lml' Sl.t. '., Phone: 964.8935 *Country Club lot 180 x 383'-nice location-$10.000.

I HARRY GREEN Busy Call t Water St. lot 235' x 16' Owner fin. $19.100.

AUTO PARTS Rick Crane Owner 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 16E Owner fin.

PappasIncome 320 E. Clll .SI.,.. .. $500 mo. Income four, furn. r.ntal.-Call t Bay 55,000.
STARKE MOTOR .. Realtor A..aclat.-Alt.r Hours
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Tax'Service PARTS (NAPA) '
Broker-Salesman 964-6593
Wayne Douglas
m W. Bnwalrt 91. .Sleek.IIILL'S .
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SECURITY ;' : I? "' _. 1 :

118 S. Court St. I SERVICE < r. '. !..:;. ..;:. ivrr6v; Byron.TerwillegarNelson.Terwlllegar.964-7776 475.1677 MarthoDorko,782.3397Ann. Sally Kllllan.468-2255

Behind Koch Drug _, .1 473-3549 i'".... ",- "... Fast Rotary- Marlene Roberts 9648SOSFJti

.1 To nail a clo.'led' ,in It.. odIord :. ... :' Drilling/ Equipment -
.--"I"I"IA }I'". 'I. Csunty .I.g'.plt, call s lvl. et1't '!"
.e"' '''.''/WL9aC41PANQ Ay 9..9y1.9y..i "$ 5, q n N4630&. .. '' .....4TATF LICENSED.... DlFiT
LEON S /; : !. ,. ", .Ianfld. d In lite Unlo" i\ ; 1.
_ ... ,I' 'fl, Count,,_coli)Janke 0..96-2261... .,f 'iAi/" a. Pumps 18 Yard Truckloads
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PLUMBING SERVICE SSampson i r' J r. run a ck..Itl.d ad k.. t5. L..I I .... j
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J .eglon .IIN call lids or" :l-22la. S50 per load in Starke
City Road (225)( ) .v, ,'. :.d '. 'l'ouwIllMIoII''o..odt.go' f'. i.Mad ;. 1." New &
= 961-5323 i\- end discover tM. ,.. I.. mWaa. 'i I I' Used L SS5 per load out-of-town
will.,..t.a.eur.cllon want !?. r ,
!! Sales
/Also Spedsiizing! In t 41' ;,: :, I II" I Parts-Service Cardin Rr t. 9G4-C750
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Sew Sharpening :y'siP I.
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S Good thru April 30th Income TaxService
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5.I #<< .-tJQ.H.-.- ', ...;, :,-1'':" ,"..." ..j'.i, .....' "," .',. .. ', ,'.:'1'j,.. .. ., .. I ....Remodeling......................Repairs................ ROYALS KIRBYS Behind Koch Drug

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Robinson: ConstWtioiVYour \ ;J.' '. '.' P
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we can remoder'bUiidiincfstiatfe; : up-Voia ... ,d\\: '1. 1 .. .'1j ... '. ': ., I COMPANY COMMERCIAL own appeal business

''. home. MOBILE Repairs HOMES A wasflfn9t. are'.our.. -- (te faiCy. : ; .'.,,J.. .. '' .i( ..". .... .. _. .. ....,.. -. \11' : I' 'f (H .......................... We repair all make we have an ,
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Death row inmates at Florida S13.t.tb."" the Bull Snort Wainwright stated that DOC has no public Is only interested; ''in "prisons\
Prison now number 166 and. If condl-: :? Forum Wa inwright cited the increasing sentencing power or control over whois when some crisis develops. He
tions continue as they have for the number of problems his department committed to the prison system. pointed out the Legislature makes
past decade the total will increase to faces. "We have no released authority," promises in January that rarely are Vlna;
800 by the year 2.000. Department of Figures presented by the Bradford Wainwright said. "We can't fulfilled in June when It adjourns. ,
Corrections Secretary Louie Lee County native\ Included 21,000 inmatesin rehabilitate. Prisoners must do it The DOC chief stated the most
Wainwright told a Jacksonville group Florida prisons and they are being with the resources given to us by the pressing need is equitable pay for corrections -
last Thursday April 2. incarcerated at a rate of 200 per week. government." officers. Turnovers he
Wainwright pointed out the cost for He indicated 25 percent of them are Wainwright pointed out there is a pointed out, are as high as 91 percent F450133" Power Steering, Power
housing and guarding those Death between the ages of 18 and 25.Another lack of coordination in the criminal annually at some prisons.
Row inmates would cost the state$57 47 percent are under the parole justice system and he is constantly DOC is constantly investigated Brakes 302 V-8 automatic transmission
million during the 19-year period. system. under mandates from federal courtsin resulting chiefly in criticism and
"There is no way we can electrocute Wainwright devoted most of his his handling of the department.He demands for his resignation. Wain- knit seat bumper
them all," Wainwright said. speech to defense of the corrections added no state corrections wright added media coverage is by step
"We've got to commute the sentences system which has come under sharp system is better than Florida's. and large unfair.Wainwright .
of some of them." criticism in recent years. Wainwright stated the general in his speech, was
critical of State Rep. Andy Johnson

Death Sentence of Robert Lewis the D-Jacksonville luncheon for who calling was present for Wain-for _

wright's resignation just for sym- muTTjY
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"If that is fair I really 'don't
Vacated by Florida Supreme understand it," Wainwright said.
Johnson in a statement to the
media after the luncheon slated his _
Convicted killer Robert Fielding "It was a comedy of errors Ver- trial testified Lewis and Richards had opinion has not changed because -
Lewis of Jacksonville, the only man non Bradford.Department of Correc- threatened each other about disputed Wainwright never seems to be
ever to escape from Death Row at tions spokesmam said of the escape. debts. recep
tive to Johnson feels will
Florida State Prison must be "He walked out during the changing programs .
benefit the
resentenced because of errors in his of correctional I officers shift and told After the trial the jury recom- prison system.Servicemen Retail
original trial the Florida Supreme the officers on duty that his wife had mended a life sentence for Lewis, but Sale Price
Court ruled Thursday April 2. been In an accident so they let him Circuit Court Judge R Hudson Olliff I
The state's highest court vacated g imposed the death sentence, partly $7995F350
Lewis' death sentence on the groundsthat Corrections officials believe because of the defendant's long
a judge mistakenly consideredthe visitors brought the uniform into the criminal history. Irvin G. BrowningNavy
defendant's criminal record when prison, according( to Bradford. $6795
deciding what punishment to impose. Lewis was convicted of first-degree Judge Olliff listed several circumstances Molder Fireman Recruit Ir-
Lewis, 33, escaped from Florida murder for his part in the shooting that he said aggravated vin G. Browning son of Mr.and Mrs.
State Prison in November 1978. Wear death of a Jacksonville man. Lewis' capital crime. Irvin Browning of Route 4. Starke
ing a correctional officer's uniform The victim Joseph L. Richards, Supreme Court justices ruled that has reported for duty aboard the
Lewis walked, undetected out of the was killed when assailants fired a rifle the trial judge properly consideredthe destroyer tender USS Puget Sound,
state's only maximum security and shotgun through his bedroom fact that Lewis was on parole operating from Gaeta, Italy.
prison. He was recaptured 11 days window as he watched television the when he committed murder. Browning joined the Navy in June
later by the FBI in Santee South night of Jan. 27.19711.A witness at the 1980.
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