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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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presidential candidate, ,what cases the court will hear, and. ties or municipalities. The legislaturehas
two state constitutional amendments hat the amendment would give appellate pledged to pick UD the revenue
a proposed one-cent county tax ongasoline courts too much power. from state sources.
and 14 contestants for county : Lawyers are filing petitions without
Democratic Committtee seats,will guidance which the court There has been a move in past sessions -
fac. voters Tuesday in the March 11 could provide to limit petitions, they for the state to take over more
I [4sl Presidential Preference Primary in and more of school financing.. Some
Bradford County. say.In the other proposed constitutional say the amendment is an effort by

President Jimmy Carter Is expected amendment the pros in the Florida Florida lawmakers to avoid a
; I ta to win in a walk ever Sen. Ed- legislature are urging the need for 'Proposition 13' here.
+s ward Kennedy, D-Mass., for the property tax relief. This would be ac- How voters will go on the two
Democratic presidential nomination complished by increasing homestead amendments is anybody's.guess.
in Bradford, with California Gov. Edmund exemptions on school millage to
G. (Jerry) Brown all but $25.0000 The amendment would not SeeELECTION Page 2A...
affect property taxes levied by coun
whitewashed.Republicans outnumbered 20 to 1,
will, likely award the bulk of their
meager votes to Ronald Reagan and
John Conally. 18 Charged Arrested
? ,1+ Voters will also get a chance to ,
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I 'What Are These Students Smiling About? $29,000 row the on Jurisdiction school mWage of ,the and Florida to nar- In 2-County Drug'Probe

: They're going to the State'Science Fair haft what more top honors (hopefully). Supreme Court in two constitutional
they're smiling about. The top 28 students who placed In the Pictured are from left to right (front row): Beth Patray. amendments also on the ballot.
Regional Science Fair In Lake these students Sherra Mott Melissa and Jeff In the back
Mayo Taylor.
City are goIng A'chance to raise local money to Culminating five months of drug barged with one count of racketeer-
trundle off to TalUhasee March 2C-28 to for row are Janice Jacket Yawn and Michael Whiffen. ;
compete Betsy speed up the paving of secondary
related investigations by the ng. He is In jail In lieu of$51,000 bond.
roads in the county will be given Cainesville-Alachua County Organized William Edward Jordon 19,
f voters in the form of a one-cent per Crime Unit in conjunction with Gainesville la charged with one countof
gallon gas tax on fuel sold in the coun deputies from the Bradford County racketeering one count of felony
Bradford Takes Honors
High Top : ty.The county's secondary road paving Sheriffs Department the unit made possession of marijuana, and one
priority list is 20 years old. with seven arrests Tuesday March 4, count of felony possession of
only one 1.3 mile stretch paved in recent under the state's racketeeringRICO Quaaludes. He la In Jail in lieu of
years. With the county preparing ( ) laws. MO.OOO bond.Whitworth,
In Regional Science Fair in Lake CityThe roads for paving "you'd be" surprised State Attorney Eugene Whitworthfiled told the Telegraph these
., how far 100,000 would go, says Road direct: informations and warrants arrests are the first in the Eighth
Department Chairman E.W. Hodgesof for the arrest of 18 persons were Judicial Circuit under Florida'RICO
the estimated amount the one Issued March statutes. few cases have been
Monday 3. Seven Very
going to 'the International Science persons
two winners from Bradford center would raise.A .
top per gallon have been taken into custody In made under the new statutes adopted
High School In the Regional Science Fair Is quite an honor. regardless ifthey one-cent per gallon tax would cost Alachua and Bradford Counties. from federal racketeering laws Whit-
Fair last Thursday and/Friday admitted win anything 20 to 25 cents per tank of gas Eight of the arrest warrants issued worth said.Whitworth. .
they were quite surprised to win- The other five students going to the a.Jed.CIft 'street talk/', Bradfor.Bttir -
Mid all the
were for Bradford. residents. eases are
the..wards.oJr" auto science fair include: .. apparently.,will turn. dowDuthi4ppoR **..... .. .
'"e Only-OM'pe+son' from.. Bradford drug related and, com under. the. .,,
senior
Michael <
Whiffed for his
: \ ,'';< Bets' awn.ndJanlc.JocjMlptec.. ohemUtrydivision! project, ,""Alcoholas U gaa ttC Although the county County |pas been rrestedV RichardLee racketeering-! Which means v
:' eel the blghest in the Regional ".Ir. a Biofuel In the united States." commission proponed the gas taxofficials Fill, 24, Starke, was arrested by activity to commit, attempt to commit -
with 14 other BHS students 1 have made little effort to"sell" to to to
placinllnthe Beth Patray senior in the .4 Bradford deputies Don Denton and conspire commit solicit
fair. Betsy and Janice will be the special tax to the people. John or intimidate another
goIng mathematics and computers division Dempsey in part of the roundup coerce personto
to International Science FairIn placed first for her project, "What Tuesday. Fill Is charged with one commit any crime which ia
St. Paul Minn. May 5-10. Five Factors Have Significant Influence TWO AMENDMENTSThe count of racketeering and one count of chargeable by indictment or information
.fellow students win attend the state Over a Student's Score on Florida's two proposed constitutional felony possession of marijuana. Fill under the drug provisions of
science fair in Tallahassee, March State-Wide Assessment Test?" amendments are explained In more was transferred Wednesday. March Florida laws.
26-28. Thin too 28 student from the MHInsa Mavo senior detail elsewhere in this edition. S, to Gainesville to be housed in the More arrests will be announced
__ __ u___ _u._._ placed se- One proposed constitutional amendment Alachua County Adult Detention after the persons are taken into
\a would limit the mushrooming Center in lieu of bond set at$51,000 custody, officials say.
case load of the Florida Supreme Fill was arrested several months
1 Court by modifying its appellate ago for possession of marijuana and
y. J The Smile and The Jurisdiction by eliminating conflict has been free under$1,000 bond.

Trophy... peitltlons filed by lawyers. Last year Other arrests made Include former Maum' QrierERJIt !
over 1,200 petitions were filed with the Bradford resident Danny Lamar m1Je
Betsy Yawn placed tops In the Supreme Court alleging that a lower Jackson, 27,and his wife.Brenda Ann
77.THAR. TOO J11SPIN'. I I Ia Regional Science Fair held last court opinion was in conflict with Jackson 36, of Gainesville both
+ Thursday and Friday In Lake City. another opinion of a Court of Appealsor charged with two counts of racketeer-
Betsy's project "A Study of Lateral the Supreme Court but in only 60 of ing.
Cerebral Hemispheric Specialization the cases was the alleged conflict" Cecil Parrish S2and his wife tf
of Short Term Memory of Languageand found to exist.Opponents Shirley Mills Parrish, 38. both of!
Music" won first place In the the amendment is
say :;lamesvUIe were each charged with
Behavioral and Social Sciences unnecessary that the Supreme Court me count of racketeering.

category., justices should have power to decide Clyde Parrish, 19, Gainesville was
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This One Is a Winner Pay about 20 cents per tankful of that ihe'cou 1ty can now grade road 20-year-old secondary paving priority Covered 11 a.m. followed Dish .by .I

Janice Jockel placed first in the Physics division for her "Cinema tographical gas or ride on dirt roads a lot more to specifications for paving.That cuts list But the commission got Just LunchSAIURQAY.MRR8
Comparison of Three Tennis Topspin Forehands." years that most would like to ,coot tremendously, but the $123,000 one road paved,the 13-mile stretch of -------
Betsy and Janice will be attending the International Science Fair In St. Paul. contemplate-that's the choice facing the county currently has left, after Pleasant Grove Church Road, before
Minn., May S-l*. Bradford voters when they go to the making payments on four-laning the funds ran out. BHS ART CLUB BAKE SALE
polls March 11 In the presidential LS-301,which goes until 1990, and the Fly in the ointment in 1(77 was the 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.la'ron'o'T.G"Y.
nine-county regional science: fair will cond in the medicine and health preference primary. current $700,000 repaving project turnback of five roads by the Depart-
attend the state science fair. category for her project. "The Effectof Looking for a new source of money doesn't go far commissioners point ment of Transportation for the countyto wr..ttr I
Betsy's project;"A Study of Lateral Cigarette Smoke on Ciliary Ac to use on secondary. or local roads, maintain. DOT put the roads In FLEA MARKET I
Cerebral Hemispheric Specialization tion." the county commission placed on the out.A penny a gallon would add an first-class shape but the cost, St.Marks Episcopal '
fI Short Term Memory of Language Sherra Mott, senior, placed thirdIn ballot a proposed one-cent per gallon estimated(100.000 maybe.much a* $307,000.! came out of the county'ssecondary Church Youth
Hid Music" took first place, in the the medicine and health category county gax tax. Coat of building new $150,000! to county coder for roads. road fund wiping it out Bradford Square
Behavioral and Social Sciences for her project "Saccharin versus roads has skyrocketed in the past few With:: $230,000 a year available for again. f a.m.-till.
Wtegory. There were six other competing Sugar: The Debate Goes On." years to over $200,000 per mile. road maintenance and new construction In 1977 U also became apparent that --+..--
projects.: Jeff Taylor freshman placed first Commissioners think tourists would work on secondary roads could something had to be done to keep the M.ONpAYj.MARJO
,"1 got the Idea from teacher who in the zoology division for his project pay half the gas tax. move a faster pace than the last 20 county's existing paved secondary HAMPTON COUNCILTo
assigned US' research papers' -My "Does Aflatoxin Effect the Growth of The commission has purchased year roads from further deterioration. Meet Monday
topic (for that paper) was on the Chick?" equipment over the past 6* years so To see why secondary road paving Thus the $700.009 resurfacing of 45 Btcauieel Election
cerebral hemispheres?' Betsy said.. hat been such a slow business simply miles of secondary roads Is now nearIng
Working on since look at busy US-301 which funnels completion. The$700,000 was borrowed --
December.Betsy's project resulted In tourists north and south, through/ against future secondary road I.ILE..SD&L.NI.JJ;
the discovery that people use the, Mercury Dips to Record LowA Bradford County. funds and is to be repaid at $100,000per BUARC MEETING ,
linguistic hemisphere for short-term The county has been paying for year plus interest. 7i JO.p.m.
memory in both music and language.The US-301 since 1928 when it was old Secondary road funds derived SUNSHINE ACRES.
linguistic hemisphere is the left A record breaking cold for early March put Bradford County la the Road 13.The payments wont end until from the state tax on gasoline accrues -
one in moat people Betsy said. deep freeze for 20 hours from 2 p.m:Sunday to 10 a.m.Monday* 1980 when $1.7 million bond.Issue to the county at an estimated .FRIDAY.. I. AI.C1J..RPAGH.TTILUHCHEON
-"The Clnematographical Com' The mercury remained below 32 throughout this period! with. .low of 22 was floated to pay for 4-laalng 301 $379,000 annually. But the $100,000 >
parison Analysis of Three Tennis' recorded early Monday morning at Camp Blanding. .. north and south. The 1940 issue also payment on the 301 bond .issue of 19e0and Starke Woman's Club. '.'
Topspin Forehands" was the project Alight mix of snow and sleet fell Sunday,afternoon but Imp\elted upon hitting refinanced a $1 million bond .issue now the$100,000 plus, Interest pay from 1 1>10 a.m.til... 1
that won Janice *the the ground:A second: onslaught of late cold brought alow.ol23 Tuesday passed In 1954 when Stark1 now ment on the resurfacing.issue must bepaid AI tile Club House '
physics division.,competitwrin student momiDi but edneaday' .ow..had moderated to,the.3840 degree 75-year-etd Charley John was acting tint leaving only some $125,000 Public. Invited.M.M each :
was her only that ,range. governor,. The 1964 effort was the left to be used on secondary roads :
category. The record bone-chiller which set new lows'for the March dates, largest scale paving af secondary each year. AU1 "1. ,'0'/) .j'
The project also placed Janice second sent peak power usage In Starke around 8,700 kilowatts about 1.000 KW roads in county's history.Becauseof ADVANCE RIDE TICKETS ....
In the BHS science fair this year ,over the peak February load. Of this total. 43 percent Will generated by US-30L it has been slow business for mo County fair *,* :
She said she got the idea from a,' ,, Starke'l municipal plant, and S7 percent purchased from Florida Power since. On Sale. NOWI "''* ,'-.
teacher, Grover Howard. A tennis A Light Co. George Gr.udon. oft municipal plant. reported no pro- When the next million dollar bond Index...; : At Chamber Office ...
player herself. Janice took a .I mm, blems and said the city's share could have gone to as high as 4JOO KW,If issue came along In 196*it didn't eJ to ,*?:<* ::. '; 4 for SI 'tI ;
camera with high-speed film and needed.County. paN roads but to build: a ew courthouse orSKt.\- rr1 1 I:V; .
analyzed each frame.The body movement Agent Bob Taylor said the county'strawberry crop was thrown .which now stand on US-aor. < I't\: \ '. ; I
was broken down into a pattern for another setback with a timetable of early April predicted for ripening north u Stark A vote on whether., News.Pages 't!'( .. ..
of :dots by which a mathematical fruit. All present bloom and green fruit were wiped out Taylor said adding build the courthouse was taken and Satiety... ..,Pages.IA-7A "t..t:!' !.: Courtesy Of .. '*t 1
analysis was done. that growers would have been picking. In.quantity, lot, by}mid-March.! approved by the people. The people editorial.. ......... ,rose 4A, .if" :. I
Janice's project In this .year's If the late freezes had not Intervened. \ could have turned down the..courthouse Le al.ft. Real Cst_.13A ,. IACxs@Ie euILDu ; .
science fair was a continuaUqa: of heir >I p[Other crop damage was aft Tajflor' said since most'grower i had aoxl let the million dollars go to Scheot Lunch Menu. ..Page f A
project, last year., been busy preparing their land a !:delay caused by wet conditions roida but they didn't. SECTION Bt ,..,PLY Of Stark
Clnematogriphlcal Analysis of the-: I ,and had not yet planted the bulk of beans' and other spring crop, i It was 197T before the county secondary 'News-t.-. .. ... .. .t>..*t.1. rWy 8848078K
Power Arm of an Accomplished The four day-forecast by the Florida toSundary.zclearinng 'road fund ever:got back up Sport.. ..-..... 30/. 8. '
Server In the Floater Volleyball cloud>and mild weather from Friday and] turning enough,to consider: paving. anothersecondary 'Obituaries. ..,.. ..IB ytton Height
Serve," which won best in the fair. ,colder Saturday! } Possible shower were! forecast for?,ThursdayAnightthrough : {, road. With $500.000 In the Classified,. TB 1 ',.HwylOO. And 1111-fir'
>'Both. Betsy and Janice aarthat. ; Friday) pot. -the.communion dusted,,off Us 473.4873.


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BCT Staff WriterIt about the hazards of driving such a County Commission Approves Lotions .
vehicle on the open road because :
70 miles to looks
gets a gallon,
most people slow down to have a look-
somewhat like a bicycle: or a moped, see at what in the world It is.
; 1'and can: ft'ave'J'at a racy speed of 35 'For Graham Convenience,Store.
"Yea, one time a guy turned around
j miles hour.
an and followed me home to ask me
i "It's not the ultimate answer to our about It. Several people in town have, The buck stopped at the county ."The store does not have the support
i energy crisis" but, you know it's a asked about It," Bresee said. commission Tuesday when the board of local neighbors;" Buel said
I t beginning, says William Bresee voted unanimously to approve zoning and gave the commission a petition In
about his self-styled and self.built "I enjoy It-for me, it's fine/' ,for a convenience store at Graham. opposition to the store and signed by
: SAVER (Saving America's Valuable Bresee said, and chuckled, "I'm easi- The application of Kenneth F. Man- 39 persons who live near the site.
i Energy Resources) ly satisfied, however, Don't have the. ning to locate a convenience store-gas Attorney J.J. Wolbert representing
A handyman by tride-Bresee need for a big fancy car." 4u station on Road 225 at Graham had Manning at the commission meeting
works at Hercules as a jack-of-all- The perpetually busy handymansaid bounced back and forth between the pointed out that a lot of elderly persons
trades. He began tinkering around he hasn't had) any requests to zoning board and county commission are inconvenienced by the fact
with the ;yehiple back when gas was build one yet. He estimates it would for the past two months. The first that the.nearest store is 5.6 miles
only 80 cents gallon: .: Me finished it cost about $200 to build another one. time the petition was sent to the coun- from Graham In one direction and]
I i when gas went up $1.10 a gallon-or\ His cost $125 because he used spare ty commission the board sent It right seven miles Brooker.
six months later. and junk parts The biggest investment back to the zoning board for a deci- "
With a quart gas tank, Bresee said was the $78 lawn edger sion. The second time the county 1 am not opposed,to the store", but
he can travel about 43 miles so he board simply voted to allow the storeon am opposed to the location, said
figures he gets 70 miles to the gallon. Calling himself a "conservationnut" a motion by Commissioner Maxie Richard Cain, a life-long resident of
Bresee's philosophy of frugalityis Graham. Cain said the convenience
He saves even more energy by pedal- K Carter, seconded by Commissioner
manifested through the SAVER. ,All
Ing to start. "That's where most a E.W. Hodges.In store Infringes on someone else
car's is wasted-starting off. Admitting it's merely an intermediate the 35 residents around the store, except
So I Just energy pedal a little bit and then step and not the ultimate January the zoning board failedto Manning's son-in-law signed the
answer by means, Bresee said he the Cain said,
coast the rest of the any second member Robert Scott's motion petition opposing store
way has plans to do his part in conservingour to approve the zoning change requested Cain ,criticized Manning's petitionof
"I didn't draw a design or any thing- resources. by Manning. The county com- 124 names, saying 41 of the names
-just started putting pieces together.A mission sent the matter back to the on it were either residents of Alachua
real trial and error kind of thing" Almost self-sufficient now, Bresee zoning board for some kind of deci- County signed the petition more than
Bresee explained as he looked at the said he intends to build a solar water sion, but the zoners tied 2-2 at their once, or were the signatures of
heater for his home he built. He has
mutant bicycle-moped. Feb. 28 meeting on another motion by children living in the Graham area. .
The SAVER began with a few bicycle cows, chickens, rabbits and, of Scott. It was also pointed out by Cain that
it looks course, a garden. Hopefully in the fixed Incomes
parts and although more senior citizens on can-
like a bicycle than anything else, it is years to come, Bresee said his family Scott finally got a second, after not afford to buy regularly at a convey
not an old bicycle frame with a lawn will be almost entirely self-sufficient. several minutes delay, from zoning nience store where prices are higher.
mower engine tacked on. The wheels, "We will have energy without harming board member Wayne Mersey. A roll Cain also said he can forsee the people
tires and fenders are about the only our natural environment, he call vote, however, resulted in a tie of Graham driving their
bicycle parts. And the wheels, said. with Scott and vice-chairman Don automobiles He also said very few
26-mchers, had to be specially i Rardon voting for approval, while Art local residents attend the Graham,
ordered because "they just don't The only thing he has that bringsout Schulz and Hersey voted no. The fifth Baptist Church in refuting remarksby
a slight twinge of guilt is the family -
board member
make'em anymore. zoning present. Willy Rev. Starling.
Bresee used water pipes for most of van Langford of Graham, abstained. Ginny Deuel pointed out the ages of;
the frame bought a new lawn edger "But to with three boys, we need a van Rev. James Starling, pastor of children in the area of the proposed!
for the and just go grocery shopping! he said. Graham Baptist Church, spoke In
one horsepower engine store on CR-223 include 10 families
Emphasizing In that the SAVERIs This Baby Gets 70 Miles to the Gallon!
fashioned everything else from aga support of the convenience store with children. Five families moved to
scraps. The whole thing is about a foot just an experiment of sorts, Bresee It's called the SAFER (Sa\ing America'saluable" Energy Resources' ) and it which is to be located near the the area in the past 12 months. she
said he build
longer than a standard bicycle and wants to a car that gets Is the brainchild of William Bresee. a passionate energy consertullonisl.Bresee church.; said.
weighs much more-ISO pounds by 75-100 miles a gallon. A man in built the minl-motnrcytle himself out of spare parts and In his spare Mark Duel, who lives across the Eleven children aged 7-12 live oil
Bresee's estimate. California has built one and Bresee time. The t"'o- hp..lpr !gets some arrange. looks from passers-t as Bresee takes street from the proposed store site,
said he the small highway, one three
could build plus
"It took me a week to build just the one without too his dally jaunt to and from Starke. said he moved to Graham after he liv- for total I
much trouble year-old and two teenagers a
kickstand," Bresee chortled. lie sold his motorcycle and hat Mailed to build another SAX Kit. A perpetual, ed near a convenience store in
He has a big fluorescent sign on the handy-man, Bresee hopes to Iii:"onto bigger mid better things and Home day build Gainesville. of 14 children. reasons left
idea of how I "One of the we
back, a bright orange flag flapping "I have good! already Par that' gets 100 mile- lo the /gallon That type of business "is not good lived
said ad- Gainesville was because we
want to do it, he wistfully, "
above him and he himself wears a neighbors, Buel said. "
ding the house comes first. "We near a convenience store said
he travels
colored
as
down brightly SR-100 to h jacket haven't finished the house and I don't Mrs.Deuel said. "We are not against
think wife would like It if I started Manning putting a store in Grahambut
my
all the time
anyway."I ride Now motorcycles I just ride this to work. building a car now," he sighed. ....more on Election, from P.1........ .. .............. .... ..................... are against the location." Mrs.
Deuel read two letters from
persons
It takes about 13 minutes to travel
me
"America has the technology to Democratic: Committee incumbent and Richard L. Crane. opposing the store but who could not
about 4'a miles, said Bresee. Precinct 3 (woman): Muriel C.
The odd two-wheeler find other means of producing Races on In ( Precincts Gilhooly, Incumbent, and William E. Precinct 14 (man): Carl L. Johns, attend the meeting. :
looking
gets
Records in the clerk's office in the
energy We just need to get on it. Middleton incumbent and Don E. Hallgren.
of attention. Bresee laughedand For the first time within
plenty declared Bresee. He said he feels the memory county courthouse show Manning purchased
Precinct 14 (woman): Violet T.
Precinct 5 (man):
said. "One me and he contests have In six
passed developed
guy
Wiliam the in 1976 at cost of
a
when Americans will property
day will come
and Brenda
incumbent D.
,
turned around so far to look at me precincts for positions on the Brad Crosby, Jr., incumbent, and Crosby, $28.750. "
have to do something whether they'reready
Hallgren.
that he nearly ran into the ditch. to or not.Brimming ford County Democratic Executive E. Middleton. The petition asked for reclassifying
Precinct 5 (woman: Lucile H.
Committee. Committeemen are
a 20,000 foot site for construction
elected by voters in each precinct Green, Incumbent, and Sharon L. Pre idential Candidates: square
with Ideas for his home Middleton. Democratic candidates for president of a 30 x 40 concrete store

BIRCH'SIPM and vehicular travel, Bresee is an en- Voters In each contested precinct' will Precinct 6 (man) Arthur W. are Edmund G. Brown Jr. building ""to meet a real need in'.'

PEST CONTROL thusiastic example of American. receive a ballot with the particular Schulz, Incumbent, and Roman M. Jimmy Carter Richard B. Kay and Graham. /
Ingenuity, as he puts it, committeeman's race on it. Contest Alvarez. Edward M. Kennedy. Voters may '
964-5534 "Necessity Is mother of invention precincts and their candidates are: Precinct 9 (woman): Ann Godwin, also vote "No Preference." In other zoning matters taken Up'

right?" .. Precinct 3 (man):,Vernon E. OtSn.\ incumbent. and Mary E. Peterson. Republican? presidential candidatesare Monday.the commission: :
I b I AmtectiOn o' Right., .,* ""! '*" Incumbent t and Lafry Folletta, ?' prn tmgnGup); r.ws, : John B1:: Antierson'Howard: 1f' Unanimously approved 'ii-
.' 4 ..'" : Baker, Jr'.: George Bush,"Joha JB:" reclassiicattorr-requested 'bySusaifFtftHRner '
Connally Phil Crane Robert DbleT'l : bVhISldti'Si'An'US-361( north'
Benjamin Fernandez, Ronald of Starke on the west side of the'
Reagan and Harold E. Stassen. highway the old Plaza Motel proper''
ty from business-professional to R-K'
Polls Open Tuesday ( multi-family permitting use as7
From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. '
MALONE Dream MakerWHATEVER Polls next Tuesday open at 7 a,m. apartments.
f t and close at 7 p.m. in the county's 13 Granted permission to rezone one
precincts. half acre on the east side of. tIS-30li
\11 Absentee ballots will be accepteduntil from OR. open rural. to MS. light
the 7 p m. closing time on elec- manufacturing for a ceramics opera-1[
YESTERDAY WAS LIKE, tion day. tion >(

"IIo. WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY." Democrats will receive a white .,
ballot. Republicans a blue ballot, and
independents a yellow ballot. -Approved the rezoning of 4'j acres/I
With electors to vote 2'j miles southwest of
.. 6.648 qualified Keystone
& _. _. .:h--- '. -t>>:... "I_!<_J. in the early primary based on past Heights on SK.21 from RIA I single

., OJ' tool.. "V. track records some 60 percent family residential to K.:3. multi-
% (laround 4.000)) are expected to visit family residential, for construction oflj)
Q
( the polls. Of the total qualified, 6.186 apartments and/or a condominium.,

o'. :--' { .... ... are Democrats 372 Republicans, and by W.C. Emery, developer of Lake
:;1 90 are classified as "other." Geneva Estates ; Ii\
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J. .7-.. 'j.-' ::t .aw'S. ..:.;.-;r'J .. NOTICE .;,

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.". .... .- *r -.->.- -. BRADFORD COUNTY '

"tiIr, .. : .'1; .'f "- \\. VOTERSThe ;
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Bradford County Board of County Commissioners j

Q will present on the March II 1980 ballot a '11

proposal to assess. 1, per gallon of gas sold In Bradford a

County. These additional funds will be used to' u

maintain existing roads and build others in Bradford

AS SEEN ON THE p County.

"TODAY SHOW" The Board feels that the 1 1C per gallon {its the fairest '1
AND THE
SHOW" AND"TONIGHT IN to the citizens of Bradford County. More than 50% of .'

"WOMAN'S DAY" the traffic In' the county comes from out-of-county j
MAOAZINF\ !
users. The 1C per gallon would let all who use our

county roads share in the cost of maintaining them not ';;

just the Bradford County citizens.

.r.. ...t'f'-J"'(- .... .-' >.1f\ ,, ........-. ,-, .. The Board urges you to take all the facts into con'

t'" ...13 I when ballot March 1
..... rr'(1. ., sideration you cast your on 11.
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1"'r1.. Bradford Board of Commissioners.
"'- ..',! :,; County County
Itchg 3/6.
LUXURIOUS PUFF.OUTLINE 2 BORDER RODS FOR Jt
POSTUR X FOR EXTRA EXCLUSIVE FLEX.O.
QUILTED COVER OVER 2" SAO' .FREE BORDER SUPPORT NEEDED FOR FOUNDATION FOR TOTALLY PEDIC .0
Of FOAM COMFORT. SUPPORT. THE HEAVIER PART OF BALANCED
SLEEP
SYSTEMS.
VOUR BODY

PREFERRED BY SO MANY .HI:

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It's A Fact You Can Do Better At Since! 1923 ,\ funeral _service i is ',a mask personal 'Ml 11

,expression of t tribute. It should, he planned! | :
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according to individual: wishes. That is why we :.:f fat

; : At A_ I : :f1t; ,". DeWitt ('. Jones Funeral Home go to great t

.' lengths to assure complete freedom of selec ,,}

; .,;; tion. Selections! are made In privacy and with! .Ib

full information. That] is another reason that

for more thai63 years so many families' hav*

', preferred: the DeWitt C.Jones Funeral\ : 1,H6me.,

j.. .. Benton Futch
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DeWitt C.. Jones

vv N r' rr Steve Futch Harold ;:Johnson

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Power lane"s ;No. 8 :Generator, \. w/Lp 11-7

/ RN SSs I


Should Be, Sold or Scrapped Wilderness national f r ran. In the U.S. ware first at ..Id.ln 1937 on Indian n.etlonl.nd in


Citing "inherent deficiencies." found and the engine base was ,pany."Once the engine Is repaired it
electrical engineers have recom- damaged.As should belied "not as a source of
mended that the City of Stark sell iU a result of Beck's: Investigation, firm power but as a peawouldunit for
newest'generator, a 5,300 KW Worthington It was concluded that the cause of the limited service"
purchased In, 1V74 for engine's repeated failures could not the city's need for purchased power NOTICEPOLLING I 11
1730,000 for scrap. be 'attributed to poor operating or the letter said.
City commissioners took nd action maintenance procedures. We foundno It was pointed out that Starke is not
Tuesday night on the letter from R.W. evidence that there was any lack of the only city with Worthington
Beck Ic Associates: engineering consultants attention to proper lubrication or generator problems. Eleven other PLACE LOCATIONS
investigating the problem- cooling water requirements which municipalities were contacted and of
plagued dJe generator No. B at the would be the most likely causes of those 11, six had experienced
power plant. bearing failures or''cylinder liner repeated those experienced 'PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY
The generator Is down now and has failures so soon. after a major engine byStrkeI; had intial
been for several months. "it fs been overhaul." problems that were corrected; and
lemon since we've had It," says city The letter went on to recommend three reported no unusual problems
electric jerlntendent' Merrill Dees. that the engine be sold for spare partsor with the engines.It taARCHIIl.980
The city is considering legal action scrapped.An was also pointed out that Worthington
against Worthlngton-CEI Inc. in the alternative to selling or scrapping made $150,000 settlementwith
light of the continuing problems they the engine would be to have the one utility company as a resultof PRECINCT/ 1 lawtey Volunteer Fire Department
Lawtey
have had with the No. 8 generator. unit repaired, "if reasonable a lawsuit and another utility is currently -
HoweverCommissioner Charles assurance and a satisfacotry ) planning legal action against PRECINCT H 2 Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department, Lawtey

Schaefer pointed out it could be years guarantee can be obtained from a Worthington. PRECINCT # 3 Bradford County Fair Building #301 North
before suit Is filed Wor- service .
a against qualified engine! repair comA
thington. The first step toward legal PRECINCT II. Bradford County Volunteer Fire Department Grand St.

action it was noted, was taken in 1975 PRECINCT # 5 Bradford County Public Library, Jackson & Walnut

when study the the generator.The city asked. R.W. Beck to Cable TV Permit Sought for KH Residents

letter from John P. Roesie ** PRECINCT jjf '6 Residence of Gary Buckly Bayless Highway, (formerly
stated that the problems Starke has request for a permit to place The cables will be buried in rights Bayless Highway Baptist Church).
encountered with the generator are cable television in the Keystone of way, instead of renting space on
"...caused by inherent deficiences: In Heights area of Bradford County was poles which Smiley Indicated was

certain of" the Worthington type SW heard by county commissioners Monday very expensive. a* PRECINCT # 7 R.J.E. Gym, Pine St. (Formerly 329 N. Church St.)
engines March 3, at their regular The Bradford County portion of the
The No. 8 generator was Installed In meeting.Jim project was taken under advisementby PRECINCT 118 Old Armory, Temple Ave.
I Januuary 1974 and a $1.25 million the commission."I'm PRECINCT It 9 Southside Elementary School Cafeteria
bond was passed in late 1973 to Smiley, PRECINCT #10 Theressa
I finance the 8750.000 engine and expand Plantation Cable TV Inc. a sub- franchise," Smiley said, adding he Community Center Theressa.
the power plant to install the sidiary of Southland Communications was asking for a permit arrangement PRECINCT #11 Hampton City Hall, Hampton.
engine. The city still owes most of explained to commissionersthat similar to the Putnam County arrang-
PRECINCT #12 Chamber of Commerce
I that bond Issue, however City Clerk his Arm has the franchise for ment to install the cable. Building, Walnut St.
Merrill Edwards could not give exact Clay County and Keystone Heights Turning the matter over to county PRECINCT #13 Terwillegar Ford Motor Co., Madison St.
figures at press time Wednesday.Since and has a permit agreement with Put- attorney Dudley Hardy for study PRECINCT #14 New National Guard Armory Edwards Rd.
the engine's installation, nam County to operate in the Palatka commission Chairman Dave Shufordsaid .
several major repair jobs have been area. the board might consider allowing PRECINCT #15 Brooker Community House, Brooker.
made including replacing a broken cables to be run into the county for
piston and replacement of piston Smiley said construction will beginIn residents near Keystone Heights but
wrist pins in 1873; a major overhaul of Keystone Heights within the next stressed the commission does not
the engine was performed In 1979 and two weeks and be In operation by Ju- want to get into a franchise agreement ** Location Change Neva FlInnSup'fYlsor
on Dec. 3, 1979,a major failure occur- ly. before much further study of the
red involving a cracked cylinder liner ramifications. of Elections
which allowed cooling water to enter It was pointed out that a developerfor
the crankcase resulting in con- an area of SR-21 has approached 964-6280
taminated lubricating oil. The enginewas Smiley with a request for cable TV to
shut down and inspected and be Included in the cable company .J

several damaged bearings were plans. ,

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Jury Finds John Griffis



Innocent of Charges


A Bradford County jury has- found classification to allow gas pumps. TM

John Gregory Grlffis, 20, of Raiford Hall is charged with hitting Curtis Edwards Put ourWatt--Wts
innocent of driving a motor vehicle an across the-road competitor -
with a suspended\ or revoked driver's after the zoning board met ,
license. and denied the Hall's rezoning re- .
Griffia driving license Is currently quest. The county commission later
under a 12-month suspension after the ov-r-ruled ,the zoning board and approved :- I
youth accumulated 24 points in the the' reclassiiication: for gas. Ra m ur..ne .ome..;;
last 38 months.Grlffi*testified'he"jipasf '"rhe'siate! rgb"a i t aKA1f.nId1 4-1-1 T .CM .. ra..e. : 7, .Mk .
not the driver of the car In questionlast dropped 6gainst .
Nov. 30 at McDonald's Bobby Joe Hall in the same case.
Restaurant on US-301 south In Starke 'I
when the charges were filed by Starke Driver's License Lost save you morethan
Patrolman Wayne K. Mcintire. On DWI Conviction
The county court jury returned a
Thomas Franklin fined $230
not guilty verdict after 15 minutes of was
and had his license suspended for 90

deliberation Judge Elzie Sanders granted a while days after intoxicated.he pled guilty to driving it costs.

defense motion for a directed verdictof
Albert Parrish fined for
was 839.75
not guilty on another count, refus-
ing to sign a traffic citation, with drive allowing vehicle.an unauthorized minor to
which Gnffis, the son of Raiford a DUCT: IMSUUWTOfJ ROR -6 -
Mayor J.D. Griffis was also charged. CONDITIONED
M
Leslie DeSue and Keith USIrr1NGt
Mcin- Boyd WINCuWS:
Starke Patrolman Wayne K.
Shields pled guilty to improper NO Mt0RE 114Aa1 FLUORESCENT
tire testified he observed Grlffis
operate a 1970 Ford Mustang driving driver's license. They were fined $23 //1% OPTO1AL WFIERE f'ARTITfO/ INSULAr10A1 R'11Ia
through the south entrance to the each in court costs after they produced :- igi! ( MeAt SUITABLE
a chauffer's license. APPLIANCES: MICROWAVE OVEN
restaurant and observed the vehicle wALL
exit through the north entrance IN'iUtAnDrJ: AND PlACEMetJr WASHERtwee
Ronald Stephen Cobb was fined oUVSIDE or-, AiR milanOIJLD ARM
heading north on US-301 with Griffis 1t.S' :
for without valid
$3975 driving a
driving it. Mclntire testified the se
driver's license and fined another 50rFif VEN15a
cond time the vehicle came to $15 CEIUlIGG :
Grlffis It. for having an invalid license tag. TM :; '''''
McDonald's was\! not driving : ;R'OVtzM ::
Mcintire and Griffis were
last Willie Oliver Swafford pled guilty to
employed summer by the Union
valid driver's license
having no and
County Sheriff's Department as radio
operators. Mcintire admitted in court was fined 3975.

the two had a problem over a glass
Griffis left on the radio operator'sdesk. Dena W. Boyd was fined $38 for

speeding.
Griffis testified he ignored Mcintire
when Mclntire confronted Griffis Scott H. Cantor was fined $39.75 in
with the glass problem. court costs after Judge Sanders o
Griffis also denied operating the withheld adjudication on Cantor'scharge
vehicle In Starke on the night In question of driving with a suspended O
license.
but admitted being a passenger
in a vehicle operated by Michael Alan ,
Dobbs 18, of Raiford twice on the YOU .;y
night Griffis was arrested by .

Patrolman Mclntire.. ..
Griffis also has an aggravated
assault case pending in Union County, Comeqla -
that charge coming March 3, 1979
following the shooting of Earl Jones of. ;

Lake Butler. .
Trial on the Union WATER HSSJHtIMSOUDOM; /-
Benjamin
postponed by Circuit Judge R tC AIR Cot.lpmOlllERI
Tench until an updated pre-sentence Q. On cold mornings my EER'.g R0COMMWPEP!;
Investigation can be completed.In 1978 Granada hesitates

felt badly)like just I could after live. with It I x A new Watt-Wise Living" home can save ing! and a microwave oven, and thermally '< .

other county court: action the and blamed the exhaust windows and doors with '
handed gas you money on electricity.. Because it's built efficient ( glass areas
following dispositions were
down by County Judge Elzle Sanders.: redrculatlon the: last few system day, but the In according to FPU energy saving-standards. planned to minimize heat build-up). ; :',; 'y. .

problem>> has become moresevere .Sure Watt-Wise home little So before buy home "
Ronnie Hall Draws a costs a more you or construct a new r
all the "
$328 .Fine, Probation way to and work.continues I have new in the beginning. But you'll\ get a payoff in ask your builder about FPL's Watt-Wise ;;t' .f

From Zoning Fight plugs.What else. do I need? extra savings on your electric bills for years to Living Program. Or, stop by your l FPL i\ +, ". r. .

Ronnie Hall was placed on probation come from the very first month. office and pick up a free informationlocal brochure. .'i(.':'"I', .

he pay for six court months costs on of condition 8328 after that A.You may have been right FPU money-savingWatt-Wise homes have The Watt-Wise Living home. It costs a \' i&

pleading no contest to a charge of batH about the problem with features like extra ceiling and wall insulation, little more now, Jtf '
EGR when the .
hesitationwas
u was. involved In the Dec..17 not as bad aa it is now. solar and heat-recovery units for water heatbut in the long run ....... d .*!lr .;...,:...

fracas which followed a zoning\ board The: EOR lean creates fuel mixture an excessively ing a higher-efficiency air conditioner or it costs a whole .-.- ,..' ,
dispute In which the Hall sought a
to keep exhaust emissions heat pump power savers like fluorescent lightlot leSS. FLORIDA POWER a LIGHT COMPANYatfWise. ) ., : "j;.
.
"
low. It a a problem you haveto \ .,tf'ii'. '
live with. But the key to ,'r' ,t0. ; !.,
TMEBRADsnbRDCOUNTYTELEGRAPH, your new problem may be In ."\.:.' f"',,,',"' \ ',. I'" 1C ;as.-;:.'....
j ,
slow .". Check -:, t,} r' ,I. ..,'''';'' .' I. ",,
:
0
PabWikedeTkanday your thermostat It may be ....,\.,"' "', .. ., .. ..... :. ,,.r'. ". : f
at 131: W.Call Street stuck open allowing coolantto /
if & "
.1' ,
: I ,1- 'or
uurke.neridattMI.Beesad flow continuously ...t\i"\ ,, ; '," ,t- < ," .,
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resulting in- the slow 'war- '';1. .,. <.,1' ,
Class igetagepaM at. ran A cold engine could be i' ';,:l. 1"
adding to the stumble.Aaomitivs .r'y:, ,_ ''''. ''''''' \ff'I'.t
... <:.' .' .. _" -" r.1. ":. ,
_. BubscrirUasilUteaf.
In trade area t$s ee MT year. '' 'r ," ','. ,.--\\ Living..; It saves you more than it costs.

SLMelxaaewuMTOaUUe { Parts Cuter .. Ask your builder about it.

fcrsw real tI...per yeareM ,.. .
"n. ,0 'ItP .' 1- '''''hf: : hoe..rt '
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I r Pros and Cons ,of Those \ JUST ONE VOTE *- I I Amendmentstj# .:- I



Flondians who ga' to the polls in the Although it might seem reasonable education funding from the ;,local \ lucreto

March 11 presidential primary will to expect that a taxpayer will vote fora government. Other fear that along : will consider.: The Supreme Court
i nave the opportunity to vote tax cut whenever' given a chance, with the increased Slate money will could Itself eliminate part of itsoverpowering
themselves an Additional homestead there area of opposition to come increased I State controls. Otl't'March caseload by adopting
be applied only to taxes: the proposed amendment. A reeeDtnmdom' f and adhering to rules that would give
:;::r10 purposes telephone sampling of 500 A strong supporter of the amend lawyer a clear Idea of the kind of

residents around the state conducted ment. Sec Mattox Hair of Duval cases it win consider.
t At the present time. all homeowners by the Policy Sciences Department of County points out that due to inflated I
\ ..iIo....occupying their home FSU,sh wed..percent of t.bcDequestxaed home values the original COO Favorable opinions on the amend-
7 receive a SS.QOO homestead exemptionon : favored the> amendment.while homestead exemption adopted in the meat were expressed U The
on all ad valorem taxes and those 39 percent opposed and 17 percent depresaoa year of 1M4, now means J Telegraph by County Judge EWe
? who are over age 65 receive 20.000 were still uncI iaded. little m las savings. In 1959.! for instance .- Sanders and attorney George H.
exemption: on all taxes. The proposed the$5.000 exemption took areofeUper.atoftbe.eclYaJaecL Pierce. Both felt.that it was needed
and would allow the Supreme Court
constitutional amendment will increase 11 is
the exemption for everyone to a $12,000 home. But. due to inflation essential time to carefully consider:
S25.000. .but the additional amount Voters Given ChanceTo the appraisal on the same $12.000 those complex and critical cases
120.000 in the case of homeowners house had more than doubled by 1979, which merit a Supreme Court opinion,
tinder age 65. and (15.000 for those Endorse $25,000 and with homestead exemption remaining election day.State minimizing restrictions on !the rights

above 65 will apply only/ to millage Homestead Exemption at S5.OOO (except forhomeowners of litigants and helping to prevent un-
levied for school purposesIn over IS) the exemption due delay in the administration of
covered only 17.3 percent of the justice.

Bradford and Union Counties this home's value. By 198. according to
would mean a tax savings of abort! Some homeowners apparently fear Sen. Hair's projections: only .jl percent
S128 for the owner of an average horot that the government may give them of the! same home's assessment sources is required in order to responsibility for control of the school
with an assessed value of S35.000 relief on taxes imposed on their would be exempt if property values have uniformly high standards with system should remain at the local FO'J1ESlaV
With the present S5.0DO homestead: exemption homestead and then add taxes continue: to rise at the present rate. equitable financing, and this amendment level

be would be paying $192 in elsewhere to make up the estimated moves toward the objective of IN .lAlfHl 40111111"ay
shifting school finance funds from Court AmendmentThe
school: taxes but with the proposed S220: million in revenue lost through: "Educational goals should be Supreme
125.000 exemption: be would pay only the exemption increase uniformly high around the state and local propatr-.. taxes to statewideSOIIJ'CIeL voter who goes to the polls

Kt. even if the "minimum required as long as we depend on local taxes Tuesday without some priorknowledge

effort" set by the State for county Gov Bob Graham has pushed hard for funding, the burden will be On the other side is Dr. Arnetta of !so-called Supreme Mark FriesBradford
school systems increases next year for the amendment,saying it is an important heavier on some counties than on Brown of the Florida of Court amendment will be at a loss 10 _
League
from the present 5 154 mills to ... step in his program for foe others." Sen. Hair says. "A larger Women Voters. who says the amendment know bow to vote on the issue. Theoversimplified
nulls as it was in 1978 State to take over a greater share of proportional share of financing: from is deceptive and unfair. She wording on the ballotsays _-y
only this: "Proposing an amend-
out that voters
points some expectingtax
', relief, are doomed for disappointmeet. ment to the State Constitution to
Although the amendment modify the Jurisdiction of the County is located right in
'
: EDlT/O'ltflA'L.S; : : "authorizes" legislature to provide Supreme Court This gives no clue to the heart of the North Florida foresty
what the amendment's all aboutThis
for
the school
tax exemption Permanent belt
.. .. .. residential renters in the "
amendment was proposed by
n de. future, this is a promise and not a the Legislature with the purpose of If one looks at a map of natural
fact.according: to Dr.Brown.She also cutting down on unimportant cases vegetation of Florida he will find

points out that the (25.000 exemptionwill to the Supreme Court in order to three major forest Foods coun
going
be offered only' to homeownerswho the justices: additional time to ty.These are Pine .Swamp
County Gas Tax Needed have been residents of Florida devote give to more important cases. Forest and Forests of Longleaf Pine.
for five years.

Supporters of the amendment say Generally speaking, the forests are
For Better Road Dr. Brown says the state has very that the Supreme Court's caseloadhas primarily flatwoods in this county.
ProgramUnless few options available in order to raise increased more than 500 percent Only along the Santa Fe Swamp are

additional funds for school financingif since 1957.largely due to Florida's expanding they classified as Swamp Forests.
needed to make up the loss from ad- populatH and the increased:: The Longleaf Pine Forests of the

Bradford Countians do a lot of think- After that, came the shifting of responsibility ditional could increase homestead the four exemption.percent They sales amount of litigation will reduce The the proposedamendment court's county to areas are bordering almost entirely the Clay restricted County

ing and soul-searching between now and for secondary road maintenance from the tax to five or six percent: as needed; case load from its present 3,000 or line.

March 11. the proposed one-cent per gallon state to the county, with the Department of food could make the sales tax apply to more to less than 2.000 cases annually
milesof and drugs, which are now exempt As one drives through the county he
gasoline tax for road purposes placed on the Transportation bringing some 120 to 125 by eliminating the so-called
ballot next Tuesday, may be defeated at the road up to primary specifications, at a cost ; or they could lift the statutoryceiling 'conflict": petitions now filed by can get a pretty good idea of what a
of eight mills on school taxesto lawyers alleging that a lower court Pine Flatwoods Forest consists of.
before them to the
polls. of $307,000. turning over the constitutional of 10 mills if opinion was in conflict with an appellate These are open woodlands made up of
county. But the money for this work came existing: state revenue sources prove court or the Supreme Court. various species of pine, with Slash
The question that must be decided by each from the county's secondary road fund wipingit inadequate," Dr. Brown says. Often such petitions are filed on Pine being the most common. The

individual voter is this: Do I want more and out again.In frivolous grounds as a delaying action understory is characteristically composed -

better roads to ride on, or had I rather save Both Superintendent of Public Instruction and have no merit in the eyes of the of saw palmetto shrubs herbs

twenty cents on a tank full of gasoline? 1977 it became apparent that somethingmust Tom Casey and Bradford court. They must be screened and small trees. Included in toe flat-
woods forest small
High School principal Jim Duncan expressed however,at a great cost of time to the type are pocketsofbardwGod
be done
the
to keep
county's already ex forest and tree
bay
themselves to The Telegraph Supreme Court Last
one-cent tax the year over 1.200
Without the proposed
"
roads from further deterioration.
isting secondary
swamps.
as favoring the increased homestead such petitions were filed but the
outlook for paving new roads and maintaining Thus, came about the$700,000 project for exemption amendment and felt no alleged ,ocaa: ict": was found to exist i
present roads, paved or unpaved in Bradford resurfacing approximately 45 miles of doubt that the Legislature would live in only W eases.Oppoaeats Upon occasion it is not uncommonfor :

County is not one offering encouragement or substandard road-a project that is now near- up to its responsibility to provide.ie- an entire area of pine flatwoods to
of the amendment it become flooded. After heavy rams,
funding for local schools and say
hope to harried citizens who frequently appearat ing completion and none too soon.The $700,000 quate continue to recognize that primary wild not be necessary if the the water level in the cypress and bay I

County Commission meetings to protest to meet this expenditure was borrowed at a swamps becomes so high that water I

deplorable road bridge, and drainage condition payback of $100,000 peryear plus intermit .. from the pine forest cannot drain into j
!*::*-- law *" of 9extyear's :: : =- SAYINGS DERPROPOSE' these areas as il.-maDydoes. I
over a period payment -*........ _
At p merle county"is strugglingrto maintain alone will run close to $150,000. though IfOJIIESTEADEXEMPnONA1\IESDJIIE.'T One of the misfortunes people

some 425 miles of road including approx interest payments will decline annually. i realize from this water fluctuation in

300 miles of graded road and the 120 to Value SdIeeI Tallies School Taxes the flatwoods often occurs at new
imately miles of secondary road recently New secondary paving monies from the, or He Wkb 15.... Ell....,... N'kb lassos Exemption homesites. During a long dry spell
125 paved state gasoline tax are accruing to the credit of sa.000. S 111.00 S-0- one might never dream that
unloaded by the State onto the County for the county in Tallahassee at the rate of 30 000. 160.00 3.00 moods area would everbe under
maintenance by a road force now consisting 3 .000_ 19.00 6400 water. However, when the rains
$375,000 and from this amount
'after cutbacks) of one superintendent and a per year, a 4/.000. 22400 96.00 come, the swamps fill up and the
of surplus of around $125,000 should remain an- 43.000. 256.00 US 00 water stagnates m the pine forest.
crew eight. nually for use by the county after paymentsare 50.000. _.00 160.00 What once was dry is now very wet

The fact is that the county has been payingfor made on old bond issues and the Last resurfacing and people oftentimes have flooding

C. S. 301 since 1928, when it was still loan. problems.

Road 13. The huge bond
designated as But the cost of new road construction has Putting in fill dirt, constructing a
payments on this issue, as well as a $1.7 drainage system or just building a
to than mile
skyrocketed
more $200,000
million refinancing issue in 1950. won't cometo per County Agents house on higher ground can help
and that in
$125,000 surplus won't go far termsof alleviate the .
problem.In
end until the 1990.
an year new road mileage. .y Bibby L TaylorNotebook !l.

Under these conditions it was 1977 before the Plrne:SC4-C28* the Swamp Forest water can
If residents much
county expect to gain in
county secondary road fund recuperated usually be found in most areas year
the of road- in the
way secondary paving round. This forest is made
enough to accumulate $500.000 in the pot. It up
foreseeable future, it is obvious that new primarily of bay, cypress and gum.
dusted off its
that the
was then county 20-year- All of Uiese withstand
species
sources of revenue must be tapped.It can
old secondary paving priority list. butcaughtin The weather! last weekend was a Building on North 301 in Starke. The flooding conditions. On the outskirts

the inflationary spiral-could manage only would be nice to have our cake and eat it shocker for everyone, especially our second: meeting will follow at the of the swamp you can find myrtle

the of the 3-mile Pleasant Grove too, but the formula for this neat trick is yet to farmers and gardeners. Our same day and place at 7:30 p.m. oaks, hickories maple and pine. All of
saving strawberry growers saw early these tree species can withstand tem-
be invented.
of SZX.VM. harvest prospects: go down the drain.It Our third seminar will be held at porary flooding but not prolonged in-
the Brooker Center
Community at 10 undation.
will now be the first of April a.m. on Wednesday. Mar. 26.

before we have any volume of local The Longleaf Pine Forest Is located
Both Amendments on Ballot bemes. The plants appear to be in During the first hour of each almost entirely in well drained

good condition, but bloom and fruit meeting I will be discussing bow to uplands.Turkey Oak wire grass, and
are gone. plan start grow and harvest a family palmettos are common in this forest
Deserve Favorable Vote vegetable garden. There should be type. These areas are often
con
It usually takes 3 to 8 weeks from time for questions and discussion on sidered ideal homesites in Florida
bloom to fruit on strawberries. The sod.
testing liming and fertilization because of the good drainage
earliest the and colder the
in season
Decisions on constitutional amendments are plied only to school levies, whereas the temperatures. the longer it takes. weed conboool. insect disease and capabilities of the soil.

never easy, and the two coming up next Tuesday original $5,000 and $10,000 will continue to be :

are no exception.The applied to all taxes, including county and Most gardeners and spring cropproducers
were delayed m land Ms. Homrich will discuss and
full meaning of amendments is often state. preparation and planting by earlierrains demonstrate safe and proper techniques AbsenteelZallotsAvailable

hard to grasp, especially if the voter waits un- The Bradford County appraiser and cold conditions.: We are fortunate for canning and freezing
til he goes to the polls and is faced with a brief property that most spring crops and vegetables. Information will also be Now
states that the increase will mean about $128
legal description of the matter to be voted on, gardens were not planted. available on using garden fresh
him little in tax savings to the owner of an average!( vegetables.This For, larch PrimaryAbsentee
tells
which or nothing
Maybe the weather will improve
home
$35.000 home. The over-65 owner of a ap-

Judging by past experience and the failureof praised at $25.000 will pay no school tax at all. and we can get back on schedule with should be a good for
our crops. We might get another frostor program ballots for the March U
many good amendments to be approved at Local school officials with whom we- have two but hopefully we have bad our the beginning and experienced: presidential preference ary are

the polls the uninformed voter usually goes by talked confident that the Legislature will last freeze. gardener. There is no direct charge now available at the office of Supervisor
the motto, "When in doubt. vote no.' seem for the seminar and it is open to of Elections Neva Ftynn.
exercise its responsibility to the schools by Because of unpredictable weather. anyone regardless of race!, color, sex

We hope this isn't the case next Tuesday. for providing sufficient funds to make up any loss I usually suggest waiting until about or national origin. Voters
who will be out of town
both of the amendments the ballot increased True if the first of April to plant frost susceptible on
on appearto due to the exemption. pre- the like March It.or who are unable! to get to
have sufficient merit to warrant approval, sent state revenues prove insufficient for the tomatoes plants, squash.in garden.cucumbers Things and Space: this week won't let me ten their polling place without the

although, as always. there are good need, it is possible that some additional tax, pepper can't take frost and freezing you about for all the plans and preparations assistance of another person, are'-
1980 Bradford
arguments pro and con such as another one cent on the sales tax. conditions. l"a.r.IIowetrer our ,I calllell you that County a lot eligible shish can to be vote obtained by absentee at UM ballot super

Both amendments are discussed in con- might become necessary. But such a tax Sneaking of gardening Alicia of folks have been involved and busy visor's office: an the new courthouse
would be spread over a broader base and Homricb. our Extension Home preparing for another outstanding
tderable detail in other columns of this page.
ve urge readers to take a few minutes to would not fall on one segment of the public- Economics Agent and I will bepresenting event Absentee ballots must be returned
ad valorem taxes their a two hour seminar at to the .
the on '
ones paying office by 7
more about them before going to the homesteads. three different times this month. The The Fair win run April 1-5.1 hope to theday:r the..s alirehTl.on ta
.is first meeting will be at 10 a.m. Tues- see you there. order to be counted.
Amendment No. 2 is designed to prevent the" 'day. Mar. It at our Agriculture
Amendment No. 1 seem to ha e merit from
State Supreme Court from being flooded with
taxpayer's standpoint since it increases
could be handled the ?
that by
petitions ap-
amount of homestead exemption to
oe
par- '
the court QfD,4 stIADFARD Cc
for inflationary influences pellate courts, giving highest more '
tally compensate
time to devote to cases of major importance.Those I
hat: have caused assessments on homesteads .
'o double or even triple since the depression we have consulted, who are familiar Ac"WIFN ,
tegirap
and matters of the s.iswe J
with legal judicial are opi- f
year of 1334 when the $3.000 homestead ex
this is constructive change and will
nion that a I 0
emption was enacted. Since then the only
the benefit of the C
work to judicial system.
cKange has been to increase the exemption to ) K fcOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M. MILLER '
for homeowners who 65 older.
Slu 000 are or
net vAbws
Based and con have
on arguments we
Even this is far from under pro 0 0s.ibeslrArr
conditions. adequate present read, and the opinions of those who are in a .......... ..!ib..d.r...enowi.e/-0-sere .*Hw Pw OMc.>tat.It*.....>Ad.iSt.aide t1.1ttT4

position to understand the issues involved, we .
Thus we have the proposal to increase the feel that voters will be doing themselves and ___.......worn 1M for y..rs g8 fin...... i
e.arteforfist$5 0tr.aa..rb.
homestead exemption for everyone to $25,000, the state a service in voting for both of these It..a.assn sew bmN"soft I

although the margin of increase will be ap- amendments on March 11. j J


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Hfalmar McMillan

Honored Atl.lrncheon ; ,

.'Miss Hja mar Saturday McMillan was: .com-?' t /T1te fJocia /

plimented at a bridal luncheon Saturday { awe. ,
d Mtlien. :: Feb. 23, at the Garden
I{Restaurant,given by Mrs. H.C.Ritch
:Mrs. O.Li : Haynes, Jr., Mrs. J.R. q'I' 'loafs
Wainwright, Mrs. Charles Darby and /II'"
Mrs. Randy Johns. ,
Guests were seated at a Ushapedtable Society JiID". !flY'Ci7L.tJlYW vl'ewJ
where the head table was ,, .
centered with an arrangement of 964.7608 s 1
camellias,/ a', white milk glass .
epergne. Down,,the side tables was a
garland of ivy Interspersed with
Handmade floral place
camellias.
cards' marked the seating arrange- Becky'Harper and Cousins Honorees on

ment for the 18 guests. William GaskinsTo Sixteenth BirthdaysMisses
The guests Included Mrs.: Merrill
McMillan mother of the honoree, Wed April 4
Mrs.',William Wilson Sr., mother of Mr and Mrs. Nick Harper an Twanda and Vickie Carver
the prospective groom Miss Erma nounce the engagement and approaching cousins, were given a surprise partyon
t Erda Wilson and Mrs. their 16th birthday Mar. 1 at the
Wilson, Miss marriage of tneir,
home of and Carver
Mr. Mrs. C.A. in
Mable Boyette of Lawtey. daughter, Becky, to William Gaskins, Douglas, Ga.Greeting .
The hostesses presented the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins all
honoree with a silver chip and dip of Lawtey. the 60 guests which Included
tray as a memento of the occasion. The marriage will be an event of family and friends were Susan Collins
Friday, at B p.m. at Theresa and Kelll Carver. '
Evergreen Baptist Church in Lawtey
I with a reception immediately follow Pink and silver highlighted the color
and Mn. Charley Johns at tht"lrlIlh: wedding anniversary on I April 21, Homemakers Club scheme of vases of pink roses.
ing.All
.1U77. friends and relatives are invitedto Centering the dining table were twin
To Meet March 12 attend. three-tiered birthday cakes with
silver candles. Serving at the silver
Senator Charley E. Johns Celebrates75th The Bradford CountyHomemaker's DId You Know........ punch bowl was Teresa Brooks, of
will
Club meet Albany, Ga.Entertainment. .:
Birthday at Wednesday Mar. 12, at 10 a.m. at the Included games and
DinnerReceptionSenator
Agriculture Building in Starke. Mr: and Mrs. R.O. Dansby spent dancing.A .
Bobby Taylor, county agent, will Friday to Tuesday in Ozark, Ala. special birthday prayer was
Charley E. Johns was Bill Wilson served as master of give a program on "Gardening" visiting relatives. dedicated by the Rev. John W. Blain.
pleasantly surprised at a birthday ceremonies. Members of the Com Everyone is invited to attend. Becky Harper Among those present were Mr. and
dinner given for him Wednesday munity State Bank and their board of The next "mixed crafts" workshopwill William Gaskins Mrs. Wendell Moody of Jacksonville Mrs. Jay Carver and family of
evening, Feb. 27, at the Starke directors were among those present. be Wednesday Mar. 19,at 10 a m. was Sunday visitor !pf; Mr. and Starke.ALL .
Woman's Club celebrating his 75th Mrs. Douglas Hardy presented Mr. at the Agriculture building. Mrs. Guy Andrews.
birthday. Johns with a birthday greeting book
Douglas Hardy picked up Mr.Johnsat of letters from various persons
his home and after driving through around the state and nation. The first
town took him to the club house where birthday letter was a greeting from "'" :
153: persons Including 25 members of President Jimmy Carter. { .
The buffet table in the Sunroom of L
his family were waiting to greet him. '
Office members of the former the club was covered with an imported '. ,
Governor's staff waiting to greet him cutwork cloth and centered .: "
were Sgt. and Mrs. Leroy Atkinson, with an arrangement of yellow silk
Capt. Nathan Sharon Lt. Tony flowers. The dining tables in the
Maseda, Lt. A.D. Cosson, Col. Reid auditorium were covered with white "
Clifton and Mr. and Mrs. H.G. cloths and held garlands of ivy interspersed '. A
Cochran.A with yellow daffodils. The : :, "i"'N: :
number of distinguished persons head table held an arrangement of :
presented a "roast" for Mr.Johns,including yellow chrysanthemums and purple I '
Judge T.A. Yawn, Jr., Judge Iris.The ,
John J. Crews, J.J. Wolbert, Capt. veteran Bradford County ALL TOMS a rakes GOOD THUHS..MATCH,THHU'W".,
Sharon Rep. Frank Williams, Attorney political figure and business leader MUCH it. IM*.OUAMTITV RIGHTS 5ES SWD.1toott .
Franklin Ritch and former was completely surprised by the
state senator W.C. Harrell. delightful affair.
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March 12 Deadline to Enter pA shS

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Strawberry Queen Pageant


Three more young ladles have
entered the 17th annual Strawberry
Queen Pageant, sponsored by the
Junior Woman's Club, to be held DEL MONTE
March 29 at 8 p.m.
Robbin Elaine Stephens, daughterof PEACHES
Mr and Mrs. Gary Stephens, is 16 '
years old,a junior at BHS and is sponsored
by Mitchell's Dcyg"' ,lprA.If'l: n"-", Js/
I Renee Franann Williams, daughterof ON91.Rit Delm.ntr, 2
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle E. Williams of i Del aMtr i +.
Hampton, is 16 years old a senior at
BHS and is sponsored by The Looking YEUOW CLNO
Glass Styling Center. Starke. R +f/1WMih/ HALVES OR SLKSsR
Tammy Gail Baldree, daughter of \
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldree of A U M
Starke is 17 years old a junior at BHS DEL MONTE
and is sponsored by Jesse James meRer
Bobbin Wolbert, Jr., attorney. TOMATOSAUCE
Other entries are Pennirae Hunt, '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond \ -
Hunt, is 20 years old and a junior at
Stephens UF Melissa Mayo had to withdraw DEL MONTE .
from the pageant because of the -
Science Fair being on the same date.
FRUIT DRINKS
Wednesday, Mar. 12 at 1 p.m. is the 1502 DEL MONTE
deadline to enter. Girls may pick up
CANS
applications at Mitchell's Drug Store. GREEN BEANS


Christie Redding 4602 S, $

Luncheon HonoreeMiss CAN 1602
.
T. Christie Redding, May bride- CANS
elect of Carl Torode,was honored at a
rI'MEAMS
a MANOR OR awE IAKE Ct
bridal luncheon Saturday Mar. 1, at GRAM"urT, OR FRENCH S-M
the Turkey Creek Golf and Raquet
Club in Alachua, given by Mrs. H.H.
Adams, Mrs. Warren Winkler and
Mrs. S.G. Denmark.The .
head table of the U-shaped DEL MONTE MONTE
table was centered with an arrange-
ment of yellow and bronze: mums. A r" DEL MONTE. SPINACHDEL
garland of ivy interspersed with I ..
mums was strung down the side I BEANS.
CORN
tables. -- 1502''
.
Tammy: aldr" The guests included Mrs. Norman sdtaHir 'I..:....;,,-f. CANS --=' 1"--
Redding, mother of the honoree and n .t nR" pet111eRtt 2
Mrs. John A. Torode, mother of the 1 CANS

guests prospective were Mrs.groom.Frank Out-of-town Kilgo Miss 31 II' "

Nancy Kilgo,Mrs. David James,Miss- 1702 "
sum LAtc
Liesei Jones,aunts and cousins of the WHOLE KERNEL WHOLE!.
prospective groom, from Macclenny.The 'OR CREAM STYLE CANS
hostesses presented the
honoree with a camellia corsage anda
dinner plate to her chosen fine chinaas
a memento of the occasion. DEL MONTE -

DEL MONTE DEL.MOATi E "
PEAR TAPIOCA..BANANA BUTTER SCOTCH.CHOCOLATE. '"
SMALL CHOCOLATE FUDGE. OH VANILLAPUOOINGS
Peggy Cooper PEAS HALVES :
or
Shower. Honoree Dd "1
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Peggy Cooper; whose marriage to
Randy Crews will be an event of Mar. 2 '
8.' was honored at a bridal shower
Feb. 21 given by Rose Smith, Yvonne i f7"
Brown and Allegra McRae at the. jj

Hence Williams home of the latter in Conerly Estates. W

Receiving guests at the door and 8a.VEJt L.Z

escorting them to the party room was .
Beta Sigma Phi Holds I Kim Brown. The party room was. -- a

h1ternational"Dlnn..., decorated with a variety of ferns. 1' "

Members of Beta Sigma Phi held an' The gift table was'covered with a .
n I. B ,DEL MONTE .
International dinner on Thursday blue linen cloth centered with a Tree DEL MONTE DELMONTE PANTRY PRIDEFLAKED .
FebvZl, al the home of Cheri Cox on of Life to represent Peggy'and Rail" B FHUIT COCKTAIL ,SWEET\ PEAS COFFEE
Lake Bedford. dy's life,together. : l I S ,' = :I == =

Each of the members prepared a ..._ 175 CAN ,17oa CANS : 1 13oBAG'
N .: ai aN
dish from another country Games were; played -'after,which liCATSUP
Attending were Cheri! Cox.,.BrendaSlade ,refreshments were served In the dm- ,M ," : : 439c .' .
Marie Wynn. Diane Hodge, ing room. The refreshment table was a ', 19 .tfP '1711t..mI .
Linda Bowen, Connie Best and Rose Covered with a blue linen and lace '; I
.. Ii ., a' .
Smith. cloth with a silver coffee and tea ser- .._.. .... ;'_ .. -
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Did, You Know......*,. > bowl vice at at one the'other end and end.a crystal Cake punch mints aaaaaaEREJ' I .aaaaaaaaaJ l.i'uif--rI i I.aaaaaaaaal.' '

Mr.and Mrs. Gene Wiggins of Fair- and nuts were! served. t .

burn Ga. and Mr. and Mr. Jimmy, 'I 'Tweii'ty's'even' i fits!' il'joyecS" """ .
Wiggins of Jacksonville were Sunday "t
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orie games and refreahmentg.during,.the.
noun:
Wiggins. party! ,

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Barbara Sue Jones, Two Speakers On Program at Club Meeting March 12

Donald Ervin Triest Alicia M. Hormlch and George Try outs for track and field for
/ Are Engaged'Mr. 'I' Pierce will be speakers at the Starke special Olympics were held Wednesday '
Woman's Club luncheon-meeting March 5 at the BHS track field'.
and Mrs. Ralph Jones are pro, Wednesday March 12, at 12-13: : p.m. The Woman's Club was sponsor for
ud to announce the engagement of Ms. Hormlch, extension home the arts and crafts program: The
their daughter,. Barbara Sue, to economist and Mr. Pierce, attorney- Junior Women served refreshments. '
Donald Ervln Triest, son of Mr and at-law, will speak on "Wills, the importance -
Mrs Ervin Triest, all of Keystone of probate and cost,and Liv-

Heights ing (the right to die) joint andnutual" The Woman's Club will have a
Miss Jones is a 1976 graduate of .
spaghetti luncheon Friday March U,
Keystone Heights High School and M
graduated from St. Johns River Com Hostesses for the Mar. 11 meeting from It:30 a.m. til.,.at the club house
I munity College in 1978 with an A.A. r will be: Mrs. James R. Reddish, Tickets at $2.00 per person (all you
... degree. She is presently an accoun-, chairman, Mrs. John Myers Mrs. can eat) will be available at the
II! -' \ ting major at the University of Central A.R. Nbrman Miss Della Rosenberg, Chamber of Commerce call 964-5278
\ Florida in Orlando and plans to Mrs. T,H. Slade Mrs V.J. Spengler or call Mrs. Betty Young, 964.7525.
graduate In June with a Bachelor of Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar and Mrs. Desserts and take-out orders will be.
Arts degree.Mr. v John A. TorndB.. available.
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'J 4 Triest is also 4976 graduate of

: KHHS and 1978 graduate of St. JOhN Miss Peggy Cooper Shower HonoreeMiss
1.
River
Community College. Presently
he Is a mechanical engineering majo Peggy Cooper, bride-elect of The dining table was covered with a
DJ at the University of Florida In Randy Crews was honored with A lace cloth over blue. A three tiered
Gainesville..He Is a Master Plumberand Barbara Jones kitchen.grocery shower Tuesday cake decorated by Mrs. Cassie
operates Triest Plumbing. Donald TriestDUPLICATE night, Feb. 26, given by Mrs. Cassie Cooper was at one end of the table anda
The couple plans to wed in Cooper, Mrs Joe Riddick Miss punch bowl at the other end..
September. Christi Redding and Mrs Norman
the center of the'table.
Candles were at
Redding at the Redding home on
Blanding Street ,
BRIDGE Corsages of kitchen gadgets were

Miss Peggy Cooper CLUB RESULTS presented to Miss Cooper, her The cold meat fork of the bride-
mother Mrs, Bob Cooper and to Mrs.
and shell
stainless
elect pattern a
Randy CrewsTo
Harold mother of
Cecelia Terwillegar and Ida Shaw Crews the prospective floral arrangement were given to the
.. Wed March 8 were the winning couple at Duplicate groom honoree as a memento of the occasion -
Miss Peggy Cooper and Randy Bridge Tuesday night. Margie Thomson were Games awarded.were played and prizes .
Crews will be united in marriage on and Evelyn Griffin were second
Y Saturday, Mar. 8, at 6 p.m. at the and Fran and Gerald Cassem were
First Baptist Church in Starke with a third. ............ BINGO PARTY .....................
reception following in the church The club meets every Tuesday
Fellowship Hall. night at 7.30pm: at the Pratt Street FEE Thurs.. March 6 1 PM JJju
and relatives are invitedto Recreation Center and all bridge '
All friends
rOO In Prizes 'Q
e\\\ Public Is Welcome Approx. .
attend. players are invited to attend. ",
STARKE MOOSE LODGEInt
t __ SR 1 Of) 8 1 OOA ,

Mrs. Philip Lee Ticc


Alisa Suzanne Morris and Philip Lee Tice .


Married Feb. 16 in First Baptist ChurchAlisa


Suzanne Morris and Philip dy qiani knit with accordian pleated at PANTRY PRIDE uI
Lee Tice were united in marriage in skirts. They carried arm bouquets of
the First Baptist Church of Starke. pink silk rose buds with babies'
February 16 The Rev. Jimmie Hart- breath and pink and white ribbons.
zog of Midland City Ala. performedthe The flower girls were Amanda Lee
candlelight ceremony at 6:30 in Tice of Cottonwood, Ala. and Allison
the evening. Garrett of Winter Haven,nieces of the
Parents of the bride are Jean Mor- groom. They wore long dresses of
ris of Starke and Bob Morris of pink and white with pink ribbon t Ri i
Tucker.Ga. Mr. and Mrs. AJ Tice of sashes and pink ribbons In their hair I ;l 1 i
Cottonwood. Ala. are the parents of The flower baskets they carried were
the groom. of white lace with pink and white {

A program of nuptial music was streamers. David Asa Tice of Cottonwood -
presented by JoAnn Canova organistand Ala. served his brother as best / 1Ttt+1IC 'il .' I
Charlene Francis pianist. man. II I
Melanie Morris sister of the bride Ushergroomsmen were Robert vaiIabIel' ,
sang 'The Wedding Song". "With Garrett brother-in-law of the groom, i
This Ring". and "The Lord's Johnnie Powell cousin of the bride ir
Prayer", was presented by Kathy and Ken Creamer. Kenny Williamswas _- r
Taylor Greene. the candlelighter. Virginia Darby
The bride was given in marriage by directed the wedding.
her grandfather Don Bush of Starke Following the ceremony, the CHECK THESE VALUES
and her uncle Edd Jackson of Cottonwood bride's mother and grandparents. h r.U Mir ANT
Ala. She wore a gown of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush, were hosts at DMVf r.SpudPotatoes..59'evi
candlelight peau-de-soie with an a reception in the Woman's Club of .
W s.,fRINCM OH ITAtlAN
overlay of silk organza designed with Starke. '
peau.de-ange lace and seed pearls. The guests at the reception were O KraftDressing..w".' ... 5 9
Her, fingertip veil, of illusion was' greeted by Ruth Riddick. They gathered to a Juliet cap and accented registered by Karen Crawford at a < .'" 0'0 .= DC.nunKing\.howMem. '169'

with seed pearls and peau.de-ange table overlayed with a cloth of white 100 COUNT. t 320z DTL. ..v..W... IOU.
lace. She carried a bouquet of burgundy lace. The table was adorned with an 0 Old Dutch 251Mv1
and pink silk roses with pink and arrangement of pink and burgundyroses Dressmg.t1JI29 .
white ribbons. The bride wore a with two gold wedding rings r.MMCHOCOtATI
necklace of opal and diamonds a gift joined by two love doves 0 HersheySyrup . $119Duvijr
of the groom. The bride's table was covered witha .it.i CAN .
The sister of the bride. Melanie white satin cloth. The three tiered e Field Peas. ,31O
Morris of Starke served as maid of bride's cake was white with pink and ,*. ,
MAW"30 13 oi K>AN oAK UCHT Oft DAW
honor Stephanie Green Parker was white flowers, pink ribbon icing, top-
her matron of honor Bridesmaidswere ped with white satin bells trimmed Kidney Beans . .3$1D
Vicki Jane Skinner of Dothan with orange blossoms and lace ..VI.-.
Ala. and Nancy Williams of Malone hearts. SAVE 20' SAVE 28' Bordens Cremora. $1"
"'..a. Their long dresses were burgunBIRTHS The groom's cake was red velvet > ,
with chocolate icing topped with pur- o QuakerlnstantGrits..2/ 1
.Avi ir IM M WfTH MAM. -
ple All the table
grapes. appointmentswere .. .
JT "POUNDSunshine
-1 silver. o Swift Chili. . . 59D 0CakeMixesPlus8uRY( ) 0 Saltines. 59 4eAusir.M..ApAMnvM11DeminspAOtlernoa
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tenly directedthe .

I..r by Lucille reception.Spry.. The Helen punch Crosby was served and Elbow Macaroni. .2/$1 O.vlaskDills. . . 79 0 Cracker,Jacks . 7/89*

Carolyn Sapp served the bride's cake. D 79* 0 MAW/riA 01 uouo MAW II* f.t AbOHTEQ(fLAVOM
Mr and Mrs. Berne Stalzer of The groom s cake was served by Ron- HJ-"HOCrackers. Palmolive i Detergent. 99 0 Soup Starters . 99*
Ocala the former Martha Dennis an da Griff and Bert Colston. AVI ie.,1I at
nounce the birth of a daughter,Alyson An after-rehearsal party was D AppianWayPizza: 69 0 Sno Bol Cleaner. .59. 0 Hungry Jack
Kathryn, born March 1 in Shand'sTeachang hosted by the groom's parents Mr. ,IV H..,.......rues MAW w.n Mix. . 794Mv0
Hospital. Maternal grand and Mrs. A.J. Tice of Cottonwood in O Mayonnaise. . 99' D DOg FOOdHENNYPEN.5/51 DUVI...40..fMIUMl
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mother is Mrs. James Dennis of the church Fellowship Hall. ... Apple Juice. 89
IAVI IT ot MNTItV AID
Starke Paternal grandparents are A bridal shower was given by Deb- MW W.SloiCHIMVComstock
:Mr and Mrs. Bernhard Slal/cr of bie Garrett and Cathy Tice at the O'FIot000OaMIX. . $129DVMVI 0 Waffle Syrup . 79 .0 Pie Filling. $135!
Ocala. First National Bank Pla/a in Dothan. tO 3M COUNT AMOITtO MW ir 11 INV WITS MAKSHMAUOWI on UTI .
liGY1C Ala. The bride's colors of pink and Napkins . .99. 0 Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa 99 ntOM 4.1 HOT Pptato KM'NACTO TO!Chips niA.01 s.s :2/89
burgundy were used MVI ir AMT IUB AMD VMXTO

Huger and Fran Kelly announce the A miscellaneous shower was given o FFV Crackers 2/$1 0 Quaker QuickC rits. .89 0 .riShS'Pring
l birth, of .1. laughter: Kane Lea Kelly by Melanie Morris! and Mrs. Don Bushat Soap 794I
on Keb 7 in Lakeland General the home of Mrs. Bush in Starke, A
Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Valentine theme was used throughoutthe
.I K Kelly and Allie May Kelly of party rooms The tables were
St.lrke1dtl'rnul! grandparent are decorated with while linen cloths I .
:Mr mid :Mrs Delhc-rlC.iscy of Hampton trimmed with red ribbons and red Io I
Lake I'atl'rnulllr'ul( grandparent hearts The cake was square with the '
Mr A 1. Driggvn. Sr. of Lake top layer heart shaped trimmed with se.e sox t 840.Box lt2o. 49a, sox
Huller :\1"h'rnuljotrl'l1l grandparents red roses White love doves were perched 99 i
tiiV) :Mrs Huhy SlnckUind and the late around the roses. The names; 1 s9 69 C ; 63
.lilhn' Stricklandjitr played by the guests were the same as 4'
I those played by the bride's mother at GAVE 9e 4
a shower given her before her marriage -
and Mrs Jerry P. Lawson ann A large number of guests enjoyed
<>Mncf the birth of a son. Jeremy the games and refreshments
1'jul Lausun. Jr.. born Jan. TO in The bridesmaid luncheon was given
Allichua General Hospital. by Mrs. Edd Jackson (aunt of the R
Maternal grandmother is the late bride of Cottonwood Ala. at the Holiday -
:Mj-s Myrtice Nichols of Slarke Inn of Starke. i
Paternal|( grandparents are Mr and A slag luncheon was given by Edd
:Mfs H.L Lawson of Pincville, Ky Jackson (uncle> of the bride at the E3KING SIZE
Western Steer Steak House e
: 4 s for all the men m the wedding party ,-
;gt and :Mrs Franklin W Slll.'o'lof and out of town gUl'sls.Out BREAD
K- llu... Hawaii announce the birth of of town the lORAllEdtllCE" TAB,or
guests attending "'
.1 Idaughler. Katherine Joyce born wedding were Mr. and Mrs A,J. Ticeof 20oz LOAVES WELCHS GRAPE
Fib 4 Paternal grandparents are Cottonwood Ala., Mr and Mrs: PANTRY PRIDECHANGE SAVE 6' t '
:Mr and Mrs. W.A. McDaniel and Robert Garrett and Allison of '
Winter
Francis'' Silcox of Starke. Maternal Haven Mr and Mrs. David Tice and $ 9 SODA c )
grtindmolher is Mrs George HesterotEureka Mandy of C'otlonwood. Ala. Ken dmJ1 j 2 99 .'
Fla Creamer of Dothan. Ala Kenny FOR LifER
Williams of Columbia Ala. Rev.Jim- JmCE. ,
mie Hartzog of Midland City Ala. ..w....---PANIav lap .. _
!.Mr. and !Mrs Scott Booher Morganof Mrs. Ruth Tice of Midland City. Ala., V-PartBread., ,2/139 CARPET < oJ.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edd Jackson. Cottonwood ooz .
Keystone the birth Heights of their proudly first born announce Ala.. Miss Vickie Skinner of CANS-r "AA, uvf tr..MO r/unn MM new SCENT 1601 '7 e .1,t
Clinton Dolhan. Ala., Miss Nancy Williams. FROZEN 09
s( n. Booher Morgan. on QnnamonTwirls. 21
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Thurs. Feb. 28at9:-Wam. in ShaddsT Malone. Fla., Mr and Mrs Joe ", PANTRy'PRIDE i..
aching Hospital. Gainesville. Christmas and Miss Sheryl Christmasof 'SAVE 17PANTRY' AVtW.1)M KOlAnDIIIIJCAII
Cottonwood Ala. ASSORTED 64o.8TL 6 e'
.laternal grandparents are Mr.and '.. Golden_ Top. Donuts 994 SODAS ""JEIO' ,

ML s. David Powell of Keystone Did You Know........... ', PRIDE' ...VI.-MGII t,:",.

HtghtS. grandparents are Mr. and l\lr.and Mrs. J T Carver and family 8- COFFEE LIGHTENER. Devil .Food Cake. .'. .89 4 PANTRY PRIDE 3201 1'

Morgan of Keystone spent the weekend with his mother; SAVE a6' .- .. .:;. .
Heights Mrs. Alfred Carver m Douglas Ga. ; OlympicMealBread. ? SPAGHElTI FLAVORS "e. ft
Maternal great-grandmother Is .3'OR6" 94 SAUCE.SAVE i
Mrs. C.R. Gomez of Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs Franklin Hitch Mrs.
paternal great grandparent* are June Hunt and Earl Wiggins were
D 'r and Mr*. C.M. Booher of Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Keystone Heights and Mrs. Richard Douglas Hardy and celebrated ..
Mbrgan of Carson, Calif Franklin birthday.





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Did You 'ow........ Triplets Celebrate

Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fachko of' Mr. and' Mrs. J.G. Jackson spent Tenth BirthdayJason

Jacksonville visited her parents, Mr. to Wednesday of last week Jennifer and Jody Brown
and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead on Satur- f with Mrs. Ha Rain in Chiefland. celebrated their tenth birthday Saturday

r Mar. 1, at a hamburger cookout 1h ,
day.Mr.
Miss Sandra Craven of San Fran given by their parents Mr. and Mrs.
.
and Mrs. J.S. Walker of Fort cisco Cal. was weekend guest of Mrs. .Marvin Brown at the home of their' "tQz
Lauderdale were Monday and Tuesday -i L.H. Jennings. grandparents Mr. and Mrs.Julian E.
guests of her parents, Mr. and McRae in Theressa. t
Mrs. H.J. Moncrief.Mrs. Mrs. Lex Green spent the weekend Games were played by the 30

Paul Meng. Mrs. Robbi with Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green in youngsters during the afternoon and
Shatter and Mrs. Kenneth McCI Gainesville.Miss prizes awarded to Jimmy Burcheck: 1
and sons spent last Wednesday and Lynda Wilson.
Jacksonville and had supper wli Jessie May Brannen of Bar- Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Brown were 5
Miss Joyce Meng. tow, Mr. and Mrs.Ardel Brannen and the triplets' grandparents Mr. and / ,
son Joshua of Jacksonville and Mrs. r Mrs. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. G.S. r.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick Belle Brown of Hampton were Satur- Brown and their great grandparents, / 4
daughter Cindy of West Flor. day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bitgood. i.
, were Tuesday overnight of Raleigh Brannen and celebrated Miss Richard L.HobbsJACKSONVILLERichard The refreshment table in the
1 Mrs. Gladys Weldon wile ir. Brannen's birthday.Mr. cookhouse was centered with a large # 1
\\ Patrick was in Galnesvlll /on L. birthday cake with the children's
u8ines9 and Mrs. Floyd Brown of names on it along with Happy Birth. .
ys Hobbs son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Mobile Ala.
were Sunday overnight
.
"'r. and Mrs. Lawrence SP'th' guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill. Hobbs assistant of Starke vice-president, has been promotedto Barnett day.After the hamburger cookout the L_
by
'f children were given favors of pencil _
Mrs Ranlel Cooney and Mrs. /ome
Banks of Florida Inc. Hobbs who
the Mrs. H.L. Hutson and Mrs. Don and pad seta.
daughter attend
Poore Mrnd / joined Barnett In 1973 will serve as
funeral ./.their mother and/r8nd- Wainwright visited Mr. and Mrs. HL Mr.and Mrs. Bill Moody

mother MrsY Ella Naill in N /Wind- Hutson, Sr..in Orlando Friday to Sun- assistant graduate Vicepresidentpurchasing.A of the University of Did You Know...........
sor, Md. last 1utc rsday. day. Florida he was serving as purchasing Stacie Hughes and Bill Moody
officer prior to his promotion. Mrs:H.A. Lawson was admitted to
Barnett Banks of Florida Inc. Is a North Florida Regional Hospital on
Aeystone Heights multlbank holding company with 123 Sunday. Married Wed Feb. 22 in Calvary BaptistStacie

offices in 64 Florida cities Mrs. Bettie Mizelle was in

,/ Lutheran Church Brunswick Ga. last Wednesday to Dianne Hughes of Hampton petals.The.
Friday visiting her son and dau hter- Lake daughter of Mr. and Mrs. bride;given In marriage by her
SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS Did.You Know.... .... in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ken McKinney Buster Hughes and William "Bill" father wore an antique white knit
SUNDA In their new home. Paul Moody son of Mr.and Mrs. Estil polyester gown with an empire waist.
6 P.M. C. Moody of Lawtey were united In The neck and sleeves were accented
IP SERVICE 7 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack were in marriage Friday. Feb. 22. at 7:30: with lace and silk beige flowers.
WOR
I family of Savannah Ga.were Friday Tampa on business Monday. pm in Calvary Baptist Church Baby's breath accented her floor
eystone Uons Club and Saturday visitors of their Starke with Rev. James Black performing length antique lace veil made by
ystone Heights.. Fla. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack the ceremony.Highlighting Audry Smith. She wore a heartshaped

Call 4/ -4177 9 to 5 p.m. Williams.in Jacksonville They visited on V.E.Friday Williamson after-' "Friendship Is Love withouthiiwingil" decorated the altar was an arch locket mother. a gift from the groom's
Lord Byron with greenery and spring
47200 After '* p m noon. The In the
silk flowers flanked by green potted rings double-ring
plants and two candelabras with bur ceremony were gifts of the bride's
ning tapers. The focal point was a unity grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Loran
candle in front of the pews. Carl Brown of Starke.
Eddie Frampton of Starke, The reception was held in the
organist Mrs. Delores Mobley, church Fellowship Hall. Lori Mobley
grandmother of the bride. Miss Mar kept the bride's book and Tommy
tha Smith and Dianne Hughes Mobley handed out rice bags. Theyare
mother of the bride presented a pro- both cousins of the bride.
(s NtR ;? gram of nuptial music. The bride's table was covered witha
Curtis Richards of Lake Butler attended white lace cloth over pink and
as best man. Ushers were decorated with greenery and silk spring
Roger Green, Jr. and Donald Jordan. flowers. The table was centered >
Miss Judi Smith of Keystone with a three tiered wedding cake
Heights was maid of honor. She was made at the Vocational Training
IWN attired in a lavender A-line polyester Center In Starke. Miss Mellissa Green I
ee. gown with a multicolored cape. She and Miss Darlene Carmichel served '
wore baby's breath In her hair and the cake.
All ITEMS! .nilCCS OOOP THURI,MARCH TMBU WED, carried an arm bouquet of pompoms The punch table covered In white
MMCM I II, IMO QUANTITY MOHT RCMMVCDi with lavender streamers. Dana Lukeas lace over a blue cloth was centered
bridesmaid was dressed in a pink with a groom's cake the bride designed. -
i / polyester gown with round neck and On either end were crystal punch
capped sleeves. She also had baby's bowls encircled wilh yellow roses and
SANHA COFFEE '" KLEENEX +a PIT.L B Y IVO breath in her hair and she carried a greenery. Miss Melody Green served
s u 1 1' u.srIC DIAPERS 1 1 i / 1 1 bouquet with pink streamers. the punch.
II i mares SC..ens : I t.coosr J I .FROSTING MIXES I | LIQUID 1 Stefame and Shannon Hughes Assisting in serving were Mrs.
oooo, 'Wu'JU: )G t.I'. I"N,''''!'! I _WRN TNI-frN MfN j L I{G{W DTI(I..ItRrED NIITMA9M0 Rr IDY TR FMXa 1 1 Cvi1/n11 T/R ND sisters of the bride, served as flower James Black. Mrs. Shirley Mobley
L. ---------------- -- girls and wore identical cotton Mrs. Audry Smith and Mrs. Barbara
polyester gowns with bell sleeves Bridges.The .
THESE VALUES trimmed in lace. One gown was couple is residing in Lawtey.The .
CHECK
yellow and the other green. They car groom is a 197S graduate of
k .5-189 1 ried white baskets with green and Bradford High School and is
D Criuck'steaknvt .18 yellow streamers filled with flowerMr. employed In Jacksonville.



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CuJ>ed-Steaks4.! f'v .:... ,. ; .. and Mrs. Turner Savage of Among i those students receiving i-t
i l. Charleston.. S.C. were Monday nightof their degrees from FSU in the Fall
O Ground Beef. .*? .IB$-58 last week guests of Mr. and Mrs. quarter of 1979 were Cynthia Jean
W.S. Haas. Cissy of Starke in Education and
MN1l AUL Christine M. Brokas of Keystone
'
Smoked Slab Ba n LB79 $262i Mr. and Mrs 0,G. Strayhorn of Heights in School of Criminology.Mrs. .
MN,e A I..TO.UtA Wildwood were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Lykes Smoked Pi icsiB89 M.F. Hazen on Sunday. A. Russell Norman attendedthe
MN Ie AFres district 4 meeting of the Delta
PorkButts LB$1" LB Ronnie Lee Kirkland has been pro- Kappa Gamma society on Saturdayat
moted to woods foreman by Herculesand the Court of Flags Motel in Orlan-
N"""" transferred to Homerville Ga. do. Mrs. Norman spoke to the groupon
BT9D SAVE 50 A LB SAVE50 A LB
rk SpareRibs writing the history of the chaptersas
A 1.lOM NAU Oa Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Dukes and we. make it day by day. In
DWh Ie Pork Loi .LBS149 sons Glen and John of Milton. Mass. February Mrs. Norman attended the
uN 7.*A l*>Max AVC.\>*O A.ClADfl {AN TA-teTA fm qtJAitf of the at the
district Society
IAN MF." MaUMITMI were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. : meeting
Fried Afish Sticks . $249 D Rock Cornish Hens .LI8"0 Lykes Cooked Ham $198DtAVI Alvin Kirkland. Jacksonville University and spoke to
IT 11W PKC/QUAY Off MHMO the group on the Achievement
D c"o"rton O{ lsK"Prtions.$169D / D'FyneTasteBologna.$1' :; 38 Packfosoui. MAYER).*-g I Q Cecelia Terwillegar was in Sanford Awards of the Delta Kappa Gamma
Society of Florida.
funeral of her
recently for the
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BootjJi '9UTTWD dhi T1 . $2"LH o Fyne Taste Franks .984 1 0 I Sunnyland l f Sausage. .I98 alumna brother of McKay the University Truluck who of Florida was an

SKID D : and a member of the Alpha Tau Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire
American Siwiles." $179 HygradTHot: Dogs. 78 DHygrade's: Sausage 78 Omega fraternity. Among those attending spent the weekend with Mrs.
Mut irM MlWl Pest ** / were: Byron Terwillegar III Elizabeth Goldwire in Waycross and
D Soft ,. . .58' D SlicedlmportedHam. .5178 D FleschmansCornOil.. 79 and fiance' Vickie Norman..Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl McDamel in "
/.root IOHIUSIIIIUP! Mrs. Herbert A. Nelson. Jr. and son, Brunswick, Ga.
D Fynesprea Oleo..38* QMeatGrill Franks. . 2M 0 PRIMAL CUT BEET SALE D Byron and Martha Dorko.
cute wasaeovRUMN
gUStt .f&j&ft Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews of
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I.' D BONELESS BEEF Tom Casey underwent surgery Folkston and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
D C tagejcfieese . $T8D Big 8 Franks . . $14a BOTTOM ROUNDS II 5'TW. lB el9 Wednesday in Alachua General Mathews of Mai Hand were Sunday
lAW W- 1*MPKGPAOANO SWOT OH HOT BONELESS BEEP visitors of their Mr. and Mrs.
Hospital.Mrs. parents .
Lots f Chickenh l 59i O Italian Sausage . $t98V CHUCK ROLLS :'. lB'I" Garl Mathews.

iVH i lHlBHHiMMIHBHBHBIBBVMMVMHMMH Billie Hall
of Orlando
was Fri Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns have
w day and Saturday guest of Mr. and
/ i'' s e had as visitors Peter David and
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Mrs. J H DuPre.
Muller of Mich. last
I I r George Detroit 'II
: I Friday and Saturday and Wayne
Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwin was of N.C.
Henley Advance on Tuesdayand
last Friday visitor of Mrs. J.H.

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I Advai ,dj gram Admissions Procedure'"Questioned: :by' BHSf) | sfijiifr '.

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,''' r..r.been V. I .
A problem getting students who identified through testing. The Elementary- Correlating Art and to the auditorium. Casey said the hot 'next year, since win soon. be 1 'follow up 'On three truancy cases tq)
for advanced program is in addition to the federally' Reading Essentials and 5) Bradford water heaters operate and the air can buying tlm8'1lgal.-.. j see whether' the students were Aver..
programs:
may tested qualify and entered Into the program supported U.S. *Elementary t and. HighL.E.G.A.L.. (a study of law), be circulated but there is no way to Agreed, since gas I available"' : V:, referred to the visiting teacher !X'i
was cited by Bradford High English Secondary Education Act (ESEA TI- heat or cool the building which was pay for gas for all athletic and fiel-
instructor Julie Miller at the Fet, 181 I 'tle 1 program. It will bring$131,000 into Approved a series of six steps In originally built without. air- trips and charge 25 cents per mile fuse Was told by attorney Wolbert that
meeting of the Bradford school board.. < the school system In 19 It takes months at times to have an $200,000 In 8182.Authorized Program as requested by Community "To the best of my knowledge we're pass physical education is unconstitu
advanced student admitted to her advanced Education Coordinator David Smith, making a lot of progress without spending Wag told by Supt. Casey that It\. tional. Physical education instructor
English program, said Mrs. the construction of two Including appointment of an advisory a lot of money!' Casey said of may be possible next term to house! George Loper said the middle school!
Miller. Her program is currently serving > portable classrooms for the .Tltle 1 committee a personal service agree- the auditorium. New curtains are. also the county's three profoundly mentally -' 1,. does not require a specific uniforms}
12 students and should be serv- l program, one each at Starke Ele. and ment, a salary schedule for CIS fo be Installed, see above retarded (PMR[ ) students here. (but asks that students buy them,
ing twice that many Mrs. Miller told Southside )Ele.: The classrooms are to classes, a rate of pay for contracted Three PMR students are now I)Wolbert said. school dress code re*
the board. be constructed by the vo-tech carpentry programs registration fees, and Instructed board attorney .Jess transported to Putnam County;'Next Viuirementa must be addressed to
School administrators however class for $10,743.Authorized adult Instructors now working In the_ Wolbert to pursue whether the year an additional PMR child Is expected jealtn safety or public decency' to bit
said there Is no testing problem currently program. surveyor or building contractor will in the local system. : "titutional.
that every-student submittedhas application for five have to absorb the cost of taking out The people Want a local center and e
,
been tested. projects at five different school .Approved a 2-night 3-day trip to pine trees in the vo-tech parking lot to the school. board has a "reasonable. .Was asked to consider the schoolIf'
There are many reasons a student, centers under ESEA Title 4-C for the 4-H camp site at Cherry Lake near make the required number of parking' responsibility here," Casey said stern accepting 10-15 high school I
Is turned down for an advanced Which the grants could be up to$5,000 Madison for the Special Education spaces fit in. Surveyor' Merrijl Vdents from Cologne, Germany _.,
and one would have to loo program each. The projects written at each Department of Bradford Middle McMillan has said he will pay for Instructed the staff to examine Wing students for 2-3 weeksr' a A
individual cases to see the reasons, school center, are: 1) Starke School. The trip Is set May 8-10 for 31 misplacement of the parking lot if it is elementary report cards on which the Tjrn trip with local students vfr iiitjna
said Carl Clark, administrator in ElementaryDeveloping Models for students and at least 10 chaperones. his fault, according to attorney levels are unclear says board In ermany could be arranpJ, *,, ac-
charge of special A screening Social Education 2) Hampton Wolbert who said "it cost $75 a tree to member J.T. Parrish.. The middle .Doling to Supt..Casey. .ssj' '
committee which programs.considers each ElementaryEnergy ManagementCenter Was told by Supt. Casey that unused take those.twigs out of there." school report.cards. In contrast, are .A..
student admitted to a special program (energy education), 3) Lawtey boilers In the BHS gym and easily understood. Parrish says. 'St its next monthJiRJ work session
turns down a high percentage of ElementarySkills for Democratic A-Building and! an air-conditioner Was told by s'upt. Casey the board for Web 4 at 7jpK.1n. in the school'
students Clark said when questioned. Participation, 4) Southside from A-Building could be transferred should consider buying diesel buses Instructed attorney Wolbert to boartrneeting r;(,""',om.

Supt.Tom Casey said the Bradford-
Union Guidance Clinic will assist the J
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school system In testing when there is
an overload. But Casey said there is
no overload at present.
Board member Vernon Parmenter
who has a daughter in high school who
is advanced in most areas but has not p
/ yet been admitted to the advanced
program said he sees "all this
rushing il\-for grants for special programs
but nobody worries about ad-
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vanced students. : .
Screening committee members are
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Carl Clark Dr. Florence Jennings, --. ::
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Theresa I O
Counselor
BHS Guidance II


Tech Clinic Holiday Director Guidance Bradford-Union Dr.Counselor Bill Lennon Guidance Owen Vo- I'I'j -- ;I i; 1 : ,

Hoover,and a teacher from the school SKIN

which the student being considered '.: ," .'.: .:. III'
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Was told retirement of speech and I : : : '- :
hearing therapist Earl Howell will be RIGHT = I MISS ; VASELINE : i

effective Feb. 29. The board thought I.. CREST 'BUFFERIN ,; ; GUARD : BRECK ;: ; :j WILKINSON .. INTENSIVE CARE CRICKET' ,'
Howell was already terminated but TOOTHPASTE I TABLETS DEODORANT HAIR SPRAY BLADES LOTION
: :: :: ;, LIGHTERS ; I I7oz.
Mrs. Pat Spengler saw travel paid to :: .RegularorMint Santa, 01 too analgesic =:: ; 3-oz. aerosol.Bronze i '; 9-oc.aerosol spray. .: ; Double.edge,8Ialnle.s w Softens moisturizes Adjus'.blell.me. I
Howell through Jan. 31 and questioned !. flavors. Li 1 : tablet Limit 1 .' can. Limit 1 ,,4.typea. Limit 1 :, :. steel bladas. Limit 1 dry skin. 10-or Limit 1 Reg. 79- ea. Limit 2 1


finishing it. Supt.up..Approved. Casey said Howell was .. 99 : ; ..,' 149 '. 87* '.;- ; i-. 99 '.! i -: Pi/29.. 0 = ; 89* Fo/79f ,

a terminal pay agree- : : "
ment for non-instructional employeesof .. Coupon Good Th.u i :: Coupon Good I :: Coupon Goad Thru Coupon Good Thru _, :; Coupon Oood Thru Couoon od Thru Coupon Teru i
3.1 My a 8a1.M.r.a I fiat Me, e = I 6.1 Mar.a ; Set Mara aol..h ra N Me, a -
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one-half of accrued sick leave up to ; .
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75 days effective after three years of I II
employment. A public hearing was ; 1 I 1 1 ; 1 1 : ; /
held, as required, but no objectionwas
heard.


Approved a request to add a para- I DRISTAN TEK VIDAL BASSOON CLAROL 1r 1 = '
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TABLETS :
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professional the Special Education WITH.PICIAL MB ATI OFF I A* t TOOTHBRUSH I FINISHING RINSE ; COIDITION SHAMPOO i
Program at Starke Elementary to I := GAIN 1" -.... C Choiceol 3 type*. / 39Seais8protectshair. : A* 18-oz.Price redacts I
and three : ... 9 W*
work with EMR students : Limit I :: : 30- off label. I
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new emotionally disturbed students. Bottle t I ; 1 Limit 1 I
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Approved payment of $96,539 to :: Coupon Good rhru as Mara 1 Coupon Good fhru got Mare I ; Coupon Good Thru eel M. a ; ,: Cou rod Thru Sal.Me, ,
Triest Construction Co. and $1.158 to "" "". '" '" ". "
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architect Craig Salley for work on the ---- --- -- ""---""-- "" -- -
Lawtey Elementary addition. .'The'project :: : : : : : -'C: ;; ;:::; : : -

Supt. Casey is moving told the along board.fairly'well,'" I j AFRIN Afri-n ; LISTERMINT., i... i !I CONSORT MEN'S : i; 'N-OXiMA: -- /

i ,,: NASALSPRAY I ", MOUTHWASH. r ; HAIR SPRAY "= : :: SKIN Y-EAM\
.Rejected bids for bookkeepingtables HO* 9 Long.la"ngna.a.. ErRAltr 1 ? f Q 24-oz. Dottle Price fl'g; C Hair control for( ---.IIiII! .: ; ooling, msd lcated .
and for a business ", spray. 15ml : reflects 50'all label. I j: i/I- 13-oz. apray. ; : j: 12 kin Cream 10.oz. I NOXZEMA .: :
typewriters Limit 1 Limit 1 ...
class at Bradford High as being too ; :: ; \# :; ': Limit 1 : : mil 1 <: ': i ii
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bid for
high. Only accepted was new :; Coupon Good Th'...' M. a := i ;: Coupon Good Tnru gel, M. a ", : : ; CO.OOhGoodTh'U." Mar a :- Ceupon0 Tnru gat Ma" e : :
curtains for-the BHS auditorium. The ... .,, ,,, ,'. .', ,' '' ''' '' '' '00'".',,' --------1--- .' "', '", ,','"" ," "" ", :
action was taken on recommendationof -
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BHS Principal Jim Duncan. The : : ," .. .. "." I II ::: .., ....., ;------------r.------- : :- .--; -------- 7 1.i .
auditorium curtains will cost $4,950 : ':
and be scarlet and gray the school i j O-TIPS c- I : CUTEX ;: COVER IRLPROFESSIONAL i

colors. I j TUMSANTACID rnlraon : I COTTON SWABS ,: POLISH REMOVER I r MASC A I
:: PAC 3.roll pack = t = flexiblesllcks : ': 3.0z.Condlton., .hens ,
without
0 : b1J"III A : : : : .
'Discussed fixing up an old bus for ; ': 0" 49' with 1.roll Iree. = / = 594 Pack 01 170. : ; ': 294 nella. Limit 1 : ,. 5S4 Trial' alza.
: 3 Limit 2 backs LimIt 1 : : ;'Ing
the vo-tech carpentry class to use to :: = _: : ,
haul students and material to con : '- :: : "
struction jobs. Only two old buses are : CoupooOood"Set Mar a i CouponGoodThru Sal Mar a : .Coupon God T.h.usn' Mere I .CouOOnG""d" go, M. a I Io

available neither worth fixing up. :' : : :' :' :' :' :': .: :' : : Ii
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said Operations Director_Lennard t 7 7' t' : 7 .-- ...
Register Board member Jimmy AMP:7: I ;
Lawson said the board has been offered : T == FARR < != 1
used 1974 model bus. Noactionwas
taken a Feb. 18. : TAMPONS : EMERY BOARDS :: : j
:; ': I Box of 40 Choice :: : ': t: A must for good '. i '. lids "
Approved a new Primary Education i =: ISOPROPYL i ICQ 3 types. Limit 1 ;: : : 194 nail Limit/ care.pack Pack of 9. FVWC&& i

Program for grades K-3 as man ALCOHOL : nj: = :: KNEE HI OR /

dated program by the is designed Florida Legislature.to identify skills The .:.: Limit 16oz. I plastic bOllle. :' :: .Co"ponGondTh'. ",, ,'.,,.', ,,, '. ".., Mara ', ,, "', ,:: ': ;: ....Coupo.Go.dThruflat. ""........ ... Mar a ."... 76, "_ :' '4 ANKLE HI HOSE :

which students have not learned an'dto ::': I-----------------...---- -'-- ..........--I;Idefe -___...__--______ -u__._______._____ ,: 2 ir pack. .one. siXe: :<:
provide remediation explained the : L TTSIS!... :: I ,'." '''.'.'' : ,','''. ......... : r "'....... ... fill all. ":
two primary specialists, Mrs. Mary .: 29" : : : ,: :: : C :'
Ann Kyle and Mrs. Eugenia ;:::;;....: :; : FLEET :, : :; POND'S CREAM A COCOA BUTTER : : ,; 59 .:
Whitehead. Six new teachers will be ': -; !-i : DISPOSABLE ENEMA l' : TROPICAL BATH L :' : :: :
employed to work in the classroomsIn Z :: i;.: I v-: i :. ".% Premixed 4.5-oz. :: : :; .". Moisturizing bath .: : : I :: l
grades K-3 with students who/ have :' :: I 3 9' LimIt 2 : -: 99' beads. 15-oz. : -' :
Limit 1 : '
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FmHA Loans, Grant I :' Co"oonGoodTh'us.t Mara :: j Cou on Good Thru So Mara i :. CouponOoodTh.uSo! Mar S I. CouoonGoodT..uS.t Mara :: I

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Total Over $10 MillionIn : ; : ; : : ;: ; : .

Bradford CountyThe j; CONOITIONCR/FUHNACI' .t'L'Li' j CON-TACT J :j i ; ASTROTURF :j !. : MENS > t i

'= FILTERS : ", SHELF PAPER :: ,,: DOORMAT : ': ORLON SOCKS / ,: :
On Many 1-Inch thick : :: Sel'-adhealve o : = Monsanto. Will 1-. Assorted' 'fashion = I
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Farmers Home Administrationhas .: ..zaa Limit 2 : ,,: 99'.. CholclI 01 : : ? 2OOBy rot mildew or : 97".. ah.8ests/ miles 10 01
a total investment of over $10 :. !! -'rr = ': many styles, 0> :' 17'ZJVk"' I 10 11. Reg.. 1.39 :
million in Bradford at the is I Rep 1.79 : Reg. 4.49 -
County pre- 1 t .: :. : : .. : :
sent time. James hoobler. assistant ,: Moo a I Co"ponoodTh.uS.t Mara n : :: Coupon Good Thru Sat Mere :: I Coupon Good Thru Sal- Mer a 1
county supervisor in charge of the .
Starke sub-office located in the old ,- : :- --A .- -.------------ -j.-- ----- .--- ____________ __--t----:-:-:-:-___ -- -- .--:--::- ;--- -i-: :-- ..-.. .. :.
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Bradford County courthouse told '.' ,'. ". . ." : : '. I

last members week.of the Starke Rotary Club i 'OENERALELECTRtC :j i' =j i NORELCO I MR. COFFEE or !; DRtP..DRY C. :: !I

i STEAM/DRVIRON :, ; TOASTER.OVEN. COFFEE = i = VINVLHANGERS lr .; I

Hoobler listed $1.277.250 In loans f\An 25 steam venia. :., =; ..aLS wiTh/FICiaLfloo., .39"**'.. .A... Pack of NORELciI' ..: : .. ".. 8turdV" '\\ ::. i
1 ft
Wr C.
/ ;. Duraver cordsat. ( .: / ,,:. IIlIars. .I :: hen en. I
...... .CII/59"/ ,
and grants made in Bradford County : % No.F-63 R eg. 12.99 '. :, .."....0......... COO .. ': : R ag. g- \ '". I
with the : : BrollstoaSlldeoutlrsy. "
during 1979. largest category : :: .w"co. .......
being for rural housing. 443850. Ap- .' :: wn No. TO-4400Reg.4 : : .
proximately 16 single family dwellings I '- CouoonGond Thru sal Mars ; ? Coupon Good T-1...Sat Mara Coupon Good Taru9al ; Coupon Good Tnrusal Mar a .

were built in the county last year ---:__:_-_::-______----__________-_ .____..__.----_---:-_---_.:_..__.__ 1----- _-_ __ _.-_J.-_-:---_-----__:_-___.-___.-___._-_____---_t_--._____.-- -- -- _____.__ :
under FmHA's 502 program the .
I I.
speaker said.
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The next largest category was for
water and sewer grants for the town J Q"i1 'I j jJ
of Lawtey and the town of Hampton """..//J .:
which totaled $415.700. Another water -.. : I
and sewer project for Brooker Is now I I
being finalized Hoobler said which II ::f1J NORELCO10CUP / ; I I
S i =
will involve another $169,300 in loans tl--_- :. I II

and grants. I DIAL-A-BREW' ': I "
I VII 1250 WATT -TEXASINSTRUMENTS I_ .: GALAXY) 3-SPEED20-INCH! j I FAMOUSBRAND I
Agricultural loans In 1979 totaled I 'PRO DRYERS I CALCULATOR COFFEEMAKEP j
which Included purchase of < r BREEZE BOX FAN : WATCHES
392700. I a speedy 14 hut Fluoa.cenldlsplay. t W"lsperquletmotor.' : Men's&'ladles'les.
farm property operating expenses, I 1 settings .Includes .:. 8QQ 4.1 unction memory SALE 22 "9Brews3-/0' I 1999' bel.ncedbladea.r. : Wide
and soil and water improvements, : nozzle. No P12-T. "" No.TI.-1025Reg. 1099 PIICE cupa.S<40'1'Ieg.'No. m""abl.grlll.Modal W features bonds
.
such as Irrigation and drainage projects. I \ Reg. 11.99 (\'. 2999 j I. No.0713/ip.24.99/ I: ft hapesReg. 34.86I
I Coupon Good Thlu Set M. a .' : Coupon Good Thum Sat Met e 'coupon Good Thru Set M. Coupon Good Tnru Set M. a C".OoodTh..or.. eN
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Hoobler invited anyone InterestedIn ...______________.___.________ ._--l._._.-_..__-.____.---___.._._--____._ .--..--.-.---.------------.-------.-._____ ----.--- .-, .---- .. .. _- ---.--.-- .. --------J.5t
FmHA financing to visit the new office : : ; ;; : : -
in the old courthouse: on Call
Street for additional Information.. :

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March*. I9HO TELEGRAPH Page U



.1 First, Rabies' Case Since 1962 Confirmed I Clinic Buildings Needed in Brooker, Hamptoii t j I I


A case of rabies has been found in a For this
I the Bradford Coun-
I animal reason life as pets particularly racoons, Buildings to hold health clinics at a clinic for residents "Brooker children
domestic in Bradford County ty Health Department la advising the skunks. sees an average of 100 a day, Ii
I lot the first time in elgbteen years. residents of Bradford County to take foxes, and Brooker and Hampton are being Graham and New River. The Brooker creating a traffic problem both Inside '('
1 The. HRS office of Laboratory Ser- the following Biting or strangely behaving sought by the Bradford County Health council told Miss Clark that a buildingwill and outside the health department ,
I special precautions: animals are to be reported to the Department In effort to be found.
vices notified the Bradford County an save gas building on Church Street In Starke.
I Health Department this week that a 'Bradford County Sheriff's Depart and give easier access to elderly pa The Brooker clinic would be open The outlying clinics would lessen that i"
I cat submitted by the health department Owners of pets have the responsibility ment-9644280<< ,Starke Police Department tients. each Tuesday. The Health Depart- problem in addition to making clinic
to have their animals vaccinated -964-5400 or the Bradford Coun- I
I as ment will work services
nurse 10-hour convenient
was positive with rabies.Rabies a day more to residentsIn
soon as possible. ty Health Department 9647733.Report Miss Connie Clark, nurse for the schooland
with three hours Brooker and
( has not been reported in Bradford spent at the Hampton.
They are to confine their animals to .to the Bradford County Health Department was present at
I since In the clinic. Until be found the
County 1972 and rabies In pets eight buildings can
the Feb. 19 meeting of the Brooker city
their own property. Health Department any case of a person
been The Health Is also looking Health
Department
have not determined since Department may notify
j 1962. Peoole are advised not to keep wild exposed to an animal bite. council seeking a building to setups
for a place to hold a clinic In residents when to be present at a certain -
Hampton. A clinic is already in opera location In Brooker and Hamptonso
J | j., tion In Lawtey, and has been held shots can be given without patients
Introduce
I NEWFORKORD"ANSVCE, {.,olrimunityDevelopmentAgent Himselfnecessary there for years.At coming to Starke, according to Mrs
present the Health Department Joyce Riherd.
Community Development Agent evaluating and resolving community housing unemployment
The Department ol Profmilonal Regulation Neil Spirtas introduced himself to needs and priorities" Spirtas said in survey data for a Housing and Urban .
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hal Installed a toll-free number to DC. Bradford County Commissioners at a letter to the commission Development grantOrganizing ;
. cept comp'alnti against any of the State' their regular meeting Monday, Areas that Spirtas has become In- and Improving the BRADFORD MIDDLEDATES \ SCHOOL
I licenced proleulonolt. This Includes: accountants March 3.Spirtas. volved in Include: American Vegetable Cooperative in
barber, doctor, contractor who serves Baker, Union, .A Complete Count Census Committee Lake Butler.
and morai. For more Information on Bradford, and Columbia counties, explained In Baker County; TO REMEMBER: D.C. for 32 students and their
government ervlce available to you to commissioners what his Investigation of need and organizing Spirtas said he would like to Friday March 7 4th Six Weeks chaperones; Mrs. Griffis Mrs.
CALL INFORMATION. AND REFERRAL job encompasses. for Farmer's Market In Baker develop a Community Development Report Cards go home. Farnsworth, and Mr. and Mrs.
TOLL-FREE "My primary goal will be to work County; Advisory Council and/or a Rural Friday March Intramural Basket- Petrella.
AT closely with local groups governmentand Assisting Sara Zarella Baker County Development Committee. ball Game 7 p.m., BMS Gym. Tuesday, March 11-7 p.m.t Citizens
1-800-342-3400 people in Identifying, addressing. Grants Coordinator, with Spirtas can be reached at 2594390. Everyone Is Invited to attend. Advisory Meeting in the BMS
March 9-13 Field trip to Washington. Library. Everyone is invited to at
tend.

Tuesday. March 18 7:30: p.m., BMS
Gym, March PTO Meeting. Installa-
tion of the new Beta Club Officers

will We be were held.sorry to lose Mr. Buddy

cA cfuX: Paterson who accepted a promotionto
? Principal at Brooker Elementary.We .

lot of all luck.will miss him and wish him a

We welcome our new Assistant
IL itO Principal, Mr. William McRae,
UU former music teacher at BMS, BHS,
I / I I I Y I O I I schools.Mr. .
and county wide elementary
.':.. ''', McRae officially began: February
'. .
-
..'. -" .. 25.We invite you to stop by and visit
,, '' with Mr. McRae at BMS on or beforeour

'. : : March 18 meeting.
': '" ,,. :' ii During the week of February 25-29 '

-,. ,' '... --' !! the Bradford Middle School has been
audit
undergoing a complete program

:; :: : :; ;j ji \ ; :. ; by ment auditors of Education.from the We State have Depart.been

to have them as our guest
very happy
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SCHRAFFT'S = HI-DRI : and look forward to receiving the

FLAVOR ROASTPEANUTS : JELLY BIRD 1 PAPER :: ; IVORY J I 11:: SAFEGUARD ': aCNERALCLtCTMIC : : 2-LITER I results of this audit.

: EGGS :: TOWELS :' DETERGENTBAR: SOAP ::- SOFT WHITE =, COKE CC CC

:: 12-oz.Jar ol tasty dry 1lb. bag. Assorted :: Absorbanlpaper .:; 22-oj.Gentle to hand*. ': I 5-oz. bath size :' ;' BULBS .: :. Thlret quenching beverage I
.: roasted nuts. : flavor Reg. 69*4a. : towels. Design print : Price reflects 20 oft deodorant bar. Reg. 49 :: '; Choice ot 6O.75 or 100 :: throw away bottle. -,
: Reg. 1.39ggc Limit ; Limit : label.Reg. 1 29 Limit Limit :: ;: watt Limit 4 bulb ., :. Reg. 1.09 Girl Scout NewsBy


t : FZ,/1 00 ; Fa,//88C: ; 8SC ,: .2,?'77e !; I P 7159 'j 89'Coupon I scouts Saturday Carolyn at the was Ka\fK First a full United phone morning Methodist''HII.for KI2.the:!


.Th'.U' CouponOoodlhru' : Coupon '"ITh'U" COU& Oood Thru Coupon "aTh'U' Coup on Good Thru : : Coupon Oood Thru Church at the Beauty Bash. There
881 8.t M r.et 8 1 M.r t.Ma.a 8.1 Mer : 8.t Mar Sat Mar a
I .. ... were 60 scouts and leaders present for
the sessions on hair care make-up.
/ I 1 -L 1 / / i_ 1 I Knowing yourself, fashion and

aerobic dance. We also enjoyed
refreshments with each troop bring-
:. .- ing punch and the Seniors making
HERSHEY : i =: LADIES a :: i iKORDITE 16"x16"x16" cookies. A big thank you to those who(
I ,: KISSES :: i CHILDRENSZORRIESFor :: ; :; TRASH BAGS } :; PARSONSTABLE gave their time and talents. The

:; Bit8.slze II. ... ; } beach A :: ? Choose".''-'''' 9 /"7Q O Decorative table*. Senior troop 669 and Laurie Mullins
I :: 109 choeolll. :: 49 clsualwea,,assorted ;;; t 1-1.1 or 40. 8-gal. "> Choice ot color*. I did a great job of planning and carry-
: 9-oz. Reg. 1x49 I color Reg. 2.29 Limit 1 ; r Reg. 499 Ing out the activities, with Carole

I :: ..---. .. __ Stevenson. Evelyn Womack Joyce
: Coupon 000d Thru SM Mn-S ; 1 11 Coupon Oood Thru Sat Mar I S i Coupoft Qood Thru Set Mere Coupon Good Thru S.1 Mar 8 Rlherd and Glorltkso }'/ti !!UC' .
\ (
;'' 1..1" / 1
eell81ul da ,

l' .7 .7. .7 e .-----------e--1 1 r ---- ----- .- .-- . ....... .' '. .. .... .... I ... .... .... .... .. .. .. ....... -.-, :- -;-- -- -::--- A fewcookie crumb'S" aft'sales afniosY'\ '.
I all that Is left of cookie 19110.

1\\: RAGU jj 1 \: PAPER PLATES I jj HANDI ij I j COMBILOUNGER however is, the now.time Approximately for thanks andcredit 7-1

:: SPAGHETTI SAUCE :, : :: Psckof100.9"r'j :f STEPSTOOL :"I : Adjuatabla 23"x 73"lounger. scouts sold 479 cases or 5.748 boxes of
:: i A0U :_: : :: 77e Ihrlfty plate I :: Heavy duly plastic :, Colorful vinyl trapping. cookies In Bradford
I : ; : 1 1. 2OQ with Blip proof f top. : R.O 12.89 Girl Scout
69t8oz.laohelly : : : Reg. 1.09 Limit : I :: ,: I :
999 This out l ICI
"- : Reg. 3.99 i : Neighborhood. averages
.
I :: : : ,: : }I _:
be 77 boxes girl
I :; ': 1 :; '" :. I :, :: I :: approximately per /
': Coupon Qood Thru get Mar 8 i! ': CouponQoodTrvuSat Mar i :: i : CouponOnodThruSm Mar BITH.I : I :: Coupon Good Thru Set Mar which is great. This year the troops
I .... .. ... .. .... .. .' -- ftm? ._ -j.riN'iV.Vi.T.'iV.'iT.fffaWTTTTTyMEN'S. !, .. ',' .' .', .... .... .- (aS... .... .... i.i-J ... .. .. .... ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. received ill per box and wore eligibleto
-- --------..--------I--------------- --- -- ------------------- --------------- -- -- ------------------1---------------- -- ------------------ earn up to 33* per box. The host
r---------------' . ., .. .' ... "" "". .'. ".. ...... .- I sellers again this year were peunul
I : : JS *- ,(tfl((4.(_ ,)) ,: : : ': ,: : butter (DoSiDoSl 102:! boxes and mint
I : FIRESIDE :: i: .:.i 18-INCH :, : : 1-POUND :1': PENN I < I 11011.) We were all crazy about the
: COOKIES i =:: BAR-B-Q GRILL '" 1: =: MOTH BALLS :' :: TENNIS BALLS :: new cookies bul they did nut do as
=
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I :; 8-oz. box. Choice :: I :; 4 8821"hlgh.3-way :' ,;: ::: KIIII moth 6 I :: :: Bright yellow Cham I well as the ole favorites Samoas
:: ,20/7ge ot delicious flavor*.1St 11 :' NhSlclghe'IlcdhJUoSm'meeOnrltd'. :' ,:' ::: 67C moth larvae :, I :: In plonshp, quality. .'. : came in third with 65 boxes.)
R 1.19 Limit 1 '
.:, I Reg. S3 es. :; ::: Reg. 9 99CouponfioodTnruSa ; i : ego :: : : Reg. 2 39CoupnnOoodThruSal '.: A huge thank you to our
: : :: ::
Limit 2 : :: : :: : i Cookie Chairman Lila
Neighborhood
I Coupon Good Tnru Sal Mnr 9 1 Mar S ': CnupOn Good Thru Set Mer S 1 ; Mar 9 '
t ., \ .. :. ,trrl, !rl et p'r' 'i, .... .. .... .. .. .. .... ..,. I Rae Yawn once again she has done a
.___________ __ _____________ __ __ ___________ _.____'"-_-------.----- __ ___ __________________1________.___.___ __ __ _______________---1 'great deal of swapping and begging lo
... .... .. ..... .. 7--t---;: ...... . '. . ,, '. .... '.' .... ....... 1, .. ..... .. ... ..... . .. meet (the needs ol the than and \\ edo

j j j BARBOLITECHARCOALLIQHTER :j : -1 WAFFLE WEAVE jj ,_ the appreciate troop cookie it. Also chairmen to for eachof a

:: "- I = :: : :: DISHCLOTHSroYQ7C (( == i :: :: great job: Senior troop 11m! Margie
: I ,; I-:: : :: Woven d"hclohs, | '} :; -- :: Pratt. Cadette Troop 52U:! Janet
:: WILD tzp.1! 1 _:: 79""sal.waYlOlighl' .1] : :: 3// f Assorted colors. ,.l': : :: ._, Kimutis, Junior Troop guy\ Gladys
Made
; BIRDSEED 1 ; 99* : : :i lo last. {I, I j LYSOL 1e1.e.T Thomas, Junior Troop 614 Pal

:; : :: Limit 2CoupondoodThruSat :: i I : 'f! :, :: DISINFECTANT ee. a : Thompson Junior Troop 61H
1 .
_7 I.: =.. Coupon flood Thru Sal 1 Mar a Altamease Chandler and Junior
:: Premium quality seed ?O !1 :: ...,.,,.., .,.,., Mar 8 ...,.,..... .. ,.. : : .. .., ... .. :' I I -: odors.Eliminates 18-or household aerosol.Reg. ,; Troop 691 Olivia Scott.
: Including Millet a Sun- --..-------.--- --- -- ------------------. --""-----.-"- -- --- .. : : .
:: --- 2 79 Limit
:: flower 5.poundbs\J.\ R _- -. .. .. ..... .. -. .-.........-..-.-...-.. -f, :: I Next week 1 will have the high
each
Reg. 99 Limit 2 :1 :: ,: : :: :, : :: 88 .;; cookie sellers for troop as/fwas
:: : : LUNCH MATE ,, : :: ASSOATEDJUMBO =' i : 1 :, unable to starts contact Girl each Scout chairman.WL'Ck'Itn

59 := i} : COOLER : : : SPONGES : :: all Sunday scouis encouraged to be in their
:; .r '1 :: Holds(drink can. :' :: 3l dtype.hPack + :: I ,; : church or their church
own
:: .1. I :: 888 Ha /fold-down lid & : :: rot 01 3. R.g. ,: :: ,:_ sponsorfor
:: 1; : :: food)tray. Reg 10 99 :" : '. / 49- ea ,: ,. I '.: Girl Scout Sunday in uniform if
: : Limit 3 I possible. During the week all troops
: 1 : : : : : ': : I
Coupon Ooodnru Sat Mar 0 Coupon'Oood Thru Sal Mar a are asked to plan special events for
: :
CouponQood Thru9 l Mitr I ; I : : : : :
the Girl Scout birthday March 12. A
f :: ;:; ::::- -- ; :::: ;- ::: I :; ::- -- -- ------------- ; : ;:: :;:- :;:;:::;;;::." :1-c---7-; :: :;::;:; ::. special treat for all adults is the annual
:; : : : : : : J;: : : t; : : : ::: : ;; : : Air Station Friendship JUicers Dinner Club at March the Naval 14.

; HOYLE ""I i SUPER GLUEIII '": '': VINYL I :' OSCILLATING Reservations were due the Slh but we
:: PLAYING CARDS : I :: ADHESIVE ,, : :, GARDEN HOSE : : SPRINKLER ::. will call yours in if you see you can at-
:: ., : : Bond* most surfaces ': : ,: ill :1 :' 44Covar.upto2200-
:: 77.Plllllloooalod [I :, I -: 884 In aecond 3-grams ..I' ':; :; 449..X&O..RUg9.d : :: 4 .eq. watering .. tend.We are requesting a warm dry
:" :: 1 "' Reg. t 99 Limit 2 ./'. "'_ : ,. :: I ,:,: dial pettern' No. Bt Adjustable Reg. S 49 weekend for those leaders who are going
: 3 I : : : :: : : : to Chowenwaw lor their over
flood Thru Sat Mar I 1 C""ponO..T..u9.' Mar a :: :: Coupon seed Thru Sat Mar A ;, 1 :: Coupon Oood Thru" Sat Mar 8 I:,
have fun time.
Coupon : all
.. . ': I :' .. ... . . ... ..... .... .. night hope you a
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; 20 PAGE :' EVEREADY ALKALINE : =jj VAPORETTE == : : 300 SHEETS I Card of ThanksWe

:: ALBUM "C" or "O" BATTERIES : :: COLLAR -= FILLER PAPER -- '- _
FLEA _
PHOTO 1 :: wish to express our sincere ap-
:: sheet dry-mount.iiI :; Pc/"fl33 Dependable iIj :; Y1/ DogorcatoiT1 ', ?- :: 1! :; Quality bond, ruled -_ preciation to Mr. and Mrs. Archer
T alkaline } 1QQ S punched eheet _
::. 1CT10 Reg. 2.99 : 2// | cell*. power. : }, _.: .' Ilylal.flea A Kill ticks. :::: I I ::;: Peg. 1 69 Tanner for their kindness to us in the

:: '. / Reg. 99< ': 1 _: death of our mother Mrs. ,Jennie
Mosley, who departed this life Feb.
CouponOaod Tnru Bet M.* :' 1 j. CouponOood Sal Mar I :j i = 'CouponaoDdTnruaal Mir ; Goad Thru Sal S
Miir
Coupon" :
'
..... .. .... 281980. A special thank you for open-
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J- = :---------1---- P ',. ecKcno's FAMOUS. PHOTO OFFER lJ/l (;Jfilf' 'I ll.li1.J1-] ; '" ,County friends to and view loved her body.ones She in Bradford was laid
TWIG TNI Da1NTe Qoi n qua wtofpfinm .L"jWWL.IU'L.IW&.I ClIaid WWL1
.
,iwitn, jv fY voH of cow or andpfint to rest by her husband Roy Mosley,
hte film tfjv
: POLAROID SX70INSTANTCOLOR SYLVANIA lii TOOAV.AND THl IVEHVOAVTWICB FILM O H wo roUt)olpnnf LLlL.IVVLlWL.l: L: W LI In Orange Park Fla. She leaves
.' him' lor ir*. ..*..ol one KodcoOf or.).cllnd behind daughter and five sons anda
PRINT i Pack FLASH olio BAR wnit* M non KC>l you*>rtf no] **-your' MqiplOCVMtMHl ';,831 S.,.'Walnut St. Starke Fla. host. of relatives -and friends ,to
.e. TODAY AND EVaAVOATOuAaAMTaaeurOnlythepMl grieve her departure. Our loss ,la
guaranteedfaahe
.,: FILM ? 'SI..r. ) .. hiBM.wan AIM goot...in_.Oeaur.IMne Teu..tl, N. heaven'.8aln. ,
D..ign.droruwitt. >. 'For all flash- y/SA 1 i Mr.and Mrs.-Loyd Mosley,
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I Hampton Highlights as so so as so as 0 COMMUNITY N]EWS I' '1 .. ... Former President ol[ Southern, Baptist; .'

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By Dolores Meng phone 468-1911. first solo flight from the Gainesville By Elisabeth Walker, phone Mt. ZIon AME Church: Each Tues- Convention At first:Baptist Starke
Senior CItizens Airport Feb. 29. He has been studying 964-6683. day 7:30 choir rehearses. Sunday
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Aviation for several months and Girl Scouts: School 10 a.m. Communion Service 11 '
to his license In and Dr: Herschel H.. Hobbs, president of Tuesday: "The Virgin Birth';
plans a regular meeting Friday afternoon hopes get pilot's All Girl Scouts will observe Girl a.m. 4 p.m. .
Mar. 7 at 2 o'clock In the City September. Scout Sunday Mar 9 by attending Antioch Missionary Baptist the Southern Baptist Convention from Wednesday) "The Bodily Resurrect
Hall All Interested are Invited to attend church services Sunday morning. Church: Prayer Meeting each Thurs- 1961-1963 will be the revival speakerthe lion";.Thursday) "The Unpardonable
Hampton Lake Girls will wear their uniforms. day 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. week of March 9-16, at First Baptist Sin" ; Friday:' 'Speaking in
Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned to her Dell Chapter 168 OES: All members 'Communion Service 11 a.m. Evening Church, Starke. Tongues". .-
City Council home last week after several weeks of Dell Chapter are asked to meet Sel"Vlce7p.m. All members are askedto Revival services will be held each
The Hampton City Council meetingis visiting her daughter and son-in-law, with the Deputy Saturday. Mar. 8, 6 cooperate with all activities. Dr. Hobbs Is a renowned' Baptist evening at 7:30: p.m and conclude-on
scheduled for Tuesday at7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fitspatrick In p.m. All members are asked to bringa Free Canaan True Church of God In preacher and leader of Southern Bap- Sunday, March 16 with the three. .
than He .
tist for served
more fifty
in the City Hall. Everyone is Tampa. covered dish. Unity: Monday Prayer Meeting 7:30.: years. regular worship services.
welcome. Mrs. Phyllis McClure and sons, The regular/ monthly meeting will Tuesday Choir rehearses 6:30.: as spokesman for Southern Baptistas Rev. Ben Bryant, Pastor, extends a.
Kasey and Ryan, spent last week be held Mar. 13, 7:30: In the Masonic Wednesday Tarrying Service'7:30.: the radio preacher on "The BaptistHour" this hearty welcome for all to take advan
.-11 Club visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Hall on Brownlee Street. Business of Friday church service.Sunday School for eighteen years. During tage hearing this faithful servant of
The Hampton 4-H Club held a Paul Meng, and other relatives and vital importance. 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. period of time, he made significant God while he Is in this ana.Dr.llencbelil. .
meeting Monday night Mar. 2, at the friends here. On Wednesday they NAACP Bradford County' Branch Church of God ol Prophecy: Sunday contributions in other areas of Baptist
Harold Waters home. The ten visited Carlton and Joyce Meng in NAACP will be held Monday Mar 17. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 life.
members present welcomed a new Jacksonville. Mrs. Robbie Shatter accompanied Meeting place will be announced next a.m. Evening Service 7:30.: He has left a mark that can
member, Connie Davis. them on this visit. week. Calvary Baptist Church: Prayer never be erased in Baptist life.
Vickie and Frank Sheffield, Doll Mrs. Paul Meng, Mrs. Randy Scog- Church Activities! meeting Thursday 7:30.: All membersare
and Lynn Waters provided gins and April took Mrs. Kenny McClure New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer asked to cooperate with all activities In addition to his leadership and
refreshments. Cindy Alderman gave and sons to their home In Tampa Meeting each Wednesday 7 p.m. The Sunday School 10 a.m. preaching accomplishments. Dr.
the American Pledge/ and Donna on Saturday. They returned homeon pastor and congregation will visit Preaching services will be conductednext Hobbs is author of seventy books deal-
Mowry. reporter, /gave the 4-H Monday. Philadelphia Baptist Church In Sunday, Mar. 17. Ing with various Bible study books
Pledge. The Bradford County Fair Jim O'Neal of West Palm Beach Lawtey 7:30 Rev. Mayberry pastor, Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: and doctrinal subjects. He will t r ?6
and 4-H meetings were among items visited the Francis Meng family on Friday, Mar. 14. All members are Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- begin revival services March 16.
discussed. Wednesday. He was ordained a asked to cooperate. ship 11 a.m. Revival will start Mon- and
speaking at the 8:30 a.m., U a.m.
Their next meeting is scheduled for Deacon recently At Pope John Notice Saturday, Mar. 8. all officers day after the third Sunday in March. 7:30: worship services. Monday
p.m.
Apr 7 at 7 p m at the Harold Waters Seminary In Weston, Mass and is and members of all churches of through/ Friday a Bible study time at
home. For more information call now serving/ St Patrick's Catholic the Association will go to Newberry, aa 10 a.m. each morning will center on a
4(18.1163.: Church in Gainesville. St. Paul Baptist Church, Rev. Eddie different church doctrine each day.
Byrd, pastor, to plan for the Associa- The subjects are as follows:
Cake Decorating Happy Birthday tion. Bike-a-Thon In Brooker Monday; "God's Inerrant Word"
Mrs. Lucille Vickery is instructing Miss Aimee Hodges celebrated her Sunday services will begin with ; Hobbs
students in Cake Decorating Monday 7th birthday on Feb. 24. She enjoyedher Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- To Aid Cystic Fibrosis
lovely Holly Hobby cake at the Brooker will hold a bike-a-thon on ..- .-i.
evenings from 7 until 10 p.m. at theCi- ship 11 a.m. Communion Service 5
ty Hull These students appreciatethis home of her grandparents Mr. and p.m. Members are asked to attend all Saturday, Mar. 22, starting at 9 a.m.
service made possible by Mrs. Mrs. E.W. Hodges./ services. from the Brooker Baptist Church to
Essie Crosby, Mr. David Smith from First Born Church of The Living/ aid Cystic Fibrosis.
the Vo Tech School in Starke, also Hampton Elementary School God: Tuesday 7:30 Bible Study. Friday The ride will Involve riders of all
they wish to thank Mrs. Vickery for CTBS Testing 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday ages who acquire sponsors for the
her efforts. Teachers are preparing students School 10 a.m. Morning Worship number of miles that they ride over a
If enough/ interest is shown, perhaps for the CTBS tests which will bed 11 :-30.; Evening Worship 7:30. described course and time. It is both r
more classes will follow. For more Information given during the next two weeks. It Is Pleasant Grave United Methodist fun for the riders and a way to raise f' v 1 1C
call 468.2661 or Mr. Smith: hoped students get plenty of rest and Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. money for the research into Cystic ,
at Vo Tech. will feel in top condition for these Stewardess Anniversary will be Fibrosis.
Prizes will be awarded to the riders
tests. observed 2 p.m. All members are ask
Hampton Area Volunteer' ed to cooperate. The public is Invited.Mt. who collect the most money for C.FIn .
Fire Department Auditing/! Morlah will have Sunday School addition, T-shirts will be given to
Members of the Hampton Area Principal Connie Clark and faculty only. every rider who turns in at least $25.
Volunteer Fire Department wish to members have been busy explaining Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Sponsor sheets are available at
thank those responsible including the school curriculum and policies to Church: Senior Choir rehearses Green's Grocery or by calling Juanita Resources Conservation Act
Cecil Field Naval Base for the recent State Auditors last week and this each Monday 7:30.: Prayer Meeting Adams chairman, 485-1532. and
gift of fireproof coats and hats for the week. The personal survey forms each Tuesday 7:30.: Wednesday all
use of the Department. This kindnessis returned from parents have been Circles will meet at the church, 7:30.: Ie How It Affects Ton As A LandownerFor
very much appreciated! very favorable and assist In this All members are asked to bring a More Information Attend A
audit. covered dish. Thursday Story Hour at Gospel Sing
Birthdays the church. Friday the Junior Choir The Frampton Family and the Public Meeting
David Roberts celebratedd his 6th TimeTables and Usher Board will rehearse 630.: Weeks Family will be featured at a
birthday Feb. 28. Among Miss Claudette Peterson's Saturday dinners will be sold from the Gospel Sing on Saturday, Mar. 8, 7:30: Monda", March 17 8PM
Happy Birthday to Tracy Prevatt fifth graders who have been kitchen. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning pm at the Pleasant Hope New Cong Bradford
Agricultural Bldg.
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cooperative in successfully masteringthe Methodist Church. t
on Mar. 1. Worship II a.m. Dinner 12:30. Sunday
Ruth Paladino celebrated her birthday Multiplication Tables recentlyare 4 p.m. Tiny Tots rehearse. 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome, says the Contact Bern Smith, Soil Conservationist 964-6280 ext 289
Mar. 2. : Paul Bawek, Kevin D'Augustine, Women Home Mission meeting with pastor. Rev. Jimmy L. Scott.
Gail Sullivan was 14 years old on Shannon Ford, Frankie Rahme, Ran The Out Reach chorus providing The church is located just north of Bee Conservation Comments column page 11
Mar 3. dall Glisson, Roger Green, Robin music. The public is Invited Stuckeys on 301 North
Family. Reunion Griffin, Michelle Gunter, Sandra
Mrs. John Bawek and children Melton, Tammy Peeples, Kim Smith,
!Brenda and Paul, attended Mass at Justin Wadsworth, Laurie Whiteheadand
the Cathedral of St Augustine/ Sunday Kirk Williams. It Is a require-
Mar 2, before joining relativesfor ment of this class to not only recite I
a family reunion at the Quail these tables in order but to also be NO..
Hollow Condominium. Among those able to know the facts at random.

attending the family dinner with them OFFICIAL BALLOT, SPECIAL ELECTION
New Home For Chickens
were Mrs Bawek's parents, Mr. and .
Mrs. Otis Millenbine of Orlando. The baby chicks grown in Mrs. BRADFORD COUNTYFLORIDA \
Relatives from Iowa and Indiana also Carole Stevenson's 7th grade Embryology 1 ... 'I. ,. ',."".. I
class were assigned to "_j'-'" '. ... 'r1" ..... ,
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joined them for the celebration. 0.() B : :
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homes with the following students last'Friday PRECINCT .m.9J ,ll ifl.hhALS OF ,.- ;,
Visitors : Ann Baker, Kenny Clark, 'ISSUING .. ,r
Mr. and Mrs Jerry Wadsworth Marie Innocent, Timmy Leith, Teresa '
spent the very cold weekend at Melton, Elizabeth Payne, Elizabeth MARCH 11 1980 OFFICIAL ? .
Horseshoe Beach visiting friends Ryan, Patricia Scott, Chris Sherwin
there, too'E4 and Jerome Mitchell Parents were
They saw snow of Elector
Clarence (Bucky) Melton spent required to sign a consent form before Signature (STUB NO. 1))
Sunday visiting his family here and the chickens were distributed.
returned to his Army base Ft
Stewart, Ga., Sunday night. e .e 1 ,
Steven Earnest from Jacksonville OFFICIAL BALLOT, SPECIAL ELECTION .a '- ,

v isited his family here over the Grace Baptist Church .' < .
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weekend He was happy to see his :
Uraiidparents\ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Education Bldg. Dedication BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
I Oliver of Keystone Heights, also. Grace Baptist Church will hold a I
dedication of their PRECINCT NO. INITIALS OF ,
David Earnest of Venice was Fellowship Hall
recently married to Martha Blackieof and education building on Sunday, ISSUING f fw :-
Venice !Mar 9. at 12:13: p.m. following morn OFFICIAL, ,
NO MARCH 11 1980 .
ing worship.DinnC'r ; : :
Solo Flight will be held the '
Greg Mowry was happy to make his on grounds. i ;' (STUB NO. 2)OFFICIAL ) : !

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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS REFERENDUM FOR BRADFORD COUNTY \h. !

I Just add-on or (Mark a cross (X) In the square at the right (Mark a cross (X) In the square at the right For the Roferen-St>i !
modernize with, one For the Amendment the Amendment).
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of dum or Against the Referendum) *
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Ot a 178 ea." ........with she BxtxmtlT*WwUimtna* hw....... CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS upon every gallon of motor fuel and special fuel sold In Tnt1:
Heats nd mole Both with high otnownoy And MVM 31 82"In operating coot
var muiary cooed roautAno, electric tiamL (ActuiJ omOWdopond on 1 rwneve Article VII, Section 6 Bradford County for the purpose of paying the cost and expenses -4:
and now you liveAdd >
of establishing, operating and maintaining a/
an "' "",, "y. WeMhartroa* heat pomp to your present t Proposing amendments to the State Constitution to transportation system and relative facilities and the cost of
forced aU foraac,and get $76 The heal pump operates till the ouuide of from certain
homestead $25,000
provide a exemption
mprai\.m irupa to near.nesting Then your furnace .UUtM over WrVA acquisition construction, re-construction and mointenancei! i t
Made,) 3d" 000 19OOO BTUH' capacity' ) r 1 ad valorem school mlllage levies! providing authorization ,
of roads and streets In Bradford County? !
for ad valorem tax relief for pertnanent resident renters,
.umrff.efficient mod!O> mjHtM.Sit. l back: and. itart.YU1I With& and providing that the $25,000 exemption from/certain
'Jetton*. energy EfTloiency Ratio of 9 8 to 11 4.saute Department of Energy" ad valorem school mlllage levies shall take effect upon t I

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speed '. "u that hall the tune AUl.Omotroh"'h.onIYwh.n, ., r the assessment rolls for the year 1980 and each year E3 1
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I CONSERVATION COMMENTSby r' SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWSThe '1 Investments Increase

Bern Smith review what they have found and 'Comprehensive Tests of Basle All fifth graders at Southslde with last week's Telegraph, explained to For Smart Drivers
Soil Conservationist'Resources what they have proposed for, the Skills (CTBS) will be given during their teachers, Mrs. Donna Hartley, Telegraph reporters exactly what Smart Investors who want the best
future. Jim Faulkner, chairman of March at Southslde Kindergarten is Mrs. Elaine Wood, Miss Shirley leap year was and how it comes about return for their money can drive 55
Conservation Act the Bradford Soil and Water Conservation scheduled for March 3-14; first grade Johnson and Mrs.Sandra Duncan,enjoyed every four years. the class thanks miles per hour or slower and Increase
(RCA).Under the provision of the Soil District emphasizes the importance March 10-13\ ; second grade, March a field trip on February 21 to Mrs. Burney Winkler for visiting the profits said the Florida Highway
and Water Resources Conservation of this Act because "it will 3-7; third grade, March 4.5,6,11, and Gainesville to see the movie, Oliver, class and teaching library skills Patrol.
Act of 1977, the U.S. Department o determine USDA policy on conservation 12; fourth and fifth grades, March On the return trip they stopped in Mrs. Verna Schmidt Is proud of her Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol
Agriculture has just finished appraising programs for the next SO years. 44-20 with the exception of Mrs. San- Waldo at the train station and had a first grade students who have director said, "Many drivers speed
national resource conditions any I Services provided,not only by the Soil dra Duncan's fifth grade which has picnic lunch on the park grounds.Mrs. mastered the skills in Magic Rings because they feel that accidents only
trends,, and has prepared review Conservation Service (SCS) but the the schedule of March 13, 14, 24, and .Donna Gruen's fourth and fifth and Funny Things reading book and happen to other people. But if drivers
drafts of three major documents. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation 25. graders are studying digestion They are beginning their new book Red analyze that statement,. they will
They are Parts I and II of the RCA Service(ASCS)and the programs March 7 Is the' date set for will learn what happens to a ham Rock Ranch. They are Kevin Jordan realize that it cannot be true."
Appraisal and the Program Report such as. ACP cost-sharing Southslde's Spelling Bee.Fifth grades burger after the first mouth-watering Katina Kelly, Todd Manning, Tract
and' Environmental{ Impact State handled by Warren Carver, Farmer's will participate with three students bite. Congratulations to the award- Strlglers, Donte Williams, and Amy "The one thing fast drivers can pro-
ment. Home Administration (FmHA) loans from each room taking part. Mrs. winning multiplication experts: Ed- Woods. ve to themselves Is that they can save
The Appraisal describes the pre handled by Jim Hoobler, programs of Elaine Wood Is In charge of the plann- ward Hudson, Curtis Knights, Tam- money by driving 55 or slower whenon
sent conditions jof the Nation's soil the Forest Service, and all other ing and arrangements.Judges will be my Lane, Emanuel Brown Lucille ***** the highway.They should fill their
and water resources and makes some USDA agencies will lie affected. Mrs. Marjorie Murphy, Mr. Dewey Hollis,John Manning,Donald Martin gas tank at the start of a trip, check
projections for the future. The Program You can get more information on McKinney Mrs. Mary Agnes Dawn Mosley Amanda Melton, the mileage and when they arrive at
Report and Impact Statement RCA from the SCS or ASCS office,or Ferguson. The Pronouncer will be Stephanie Jeffries, Bernice Collins, Thomas Aaron Complete their destination or after delving one
identifies seven resource problem attend the public meetings to be heldon Mrs. Burney Winkler.The winner and Randy Wood and Tancie King Basic Training to two hundred miles, fill up the gas
of Mr.
areas and lets objectives for each RCA. One will be sponsored by the the runner-up will then go to the Bradford Mrs. Bobbie a third Pvt. Thomas E. Aaron, son tank and check the odometer reading
area. To organize and deliver future Bradford SWCD on Monday March 17 County Spelling Bee to be held grade room Is just finishing a unit on and Mrs. Dros L.basic Aaron Starke.at again."
conservation programs to reach these at 8:00 p.m. in the Bradford Co. Ag. April 8 at the County School Board Offices. Map Reading Skills and Community recently completed training
objectives, the USDA has offered Center on US 301 In Starke. The Life and Helpers. The students have Fort Jackson, S.C. By dividing the number of gallons
seven alternative conservation deadline for public Input Is March 8.I9SO Remember March 21 will be a done a good job learning directions used Into the number of miles traveled
strategies. These strategies range Teacher Planning Day with no school using a compass rose, scale and map Aaron is a 1978 graduate of Brad- the miles per gallon can be deter-
from no Federal action to complete I would also like to remind for students that day. key. Dane Clark, who was featured in ford High School. mines. .
regulation everyone of the Bradford SWCD's
The USDA is asking for your monthly meeting which will be heldon III
to help determine the future poly Monday.March 10 at 7:JO p.m.also
concerning the 34 conservation programs in the Bradford Co Ag.Center. Royce
which are now being ad- Joycer, vice chairman of the Brad-
ministered by the nine USDA agen- ford SWCD, would like to invite your
cies. To get your comments, the Sol) participation. The Board will be .'
Conservation Service will present the working on the annual plan for Bradford NO. "
RCA story to public meetings in the County. They will set prioritiesfor OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY
next few weeks. Times and locations the kinds of technical assistanceand ,
art to be announced later. You may amount of,time SCS will spend '
also review copies of the draft pro- working on certain projects in Bradford '
posals at the SCS or Agricultural County.For SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT .
Stabilization and Conservation Ser more information on RCA or .,
vice (ASCS) offices. Then mail your the Bradford SWCD contact 964-6280( : ri 'A' ? .

comments directly to USDA. You ext. 289. .: :
need not be concerned about style or .. ..' REPUBLICAN PARTY : .
length. Read over what the USDA has .
proposed, then put your thoughts on METHODIST YOUTH

paper and mail to: USDA RCA- ACTIVITIES :, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA .
Response Analysis Center, P.O. Box
888, Athens, GA 30603. Following snack supper last Sunday
This is your opportunity to help evening served by Mrs. Carolyn
determine future national conservation Eaves and Mrs. Sharon Williams, the PRECINCT NO..
policy. The review deadline is youth continued their Bible Study of : .
March 28. For more information contact the Sermon on the Mount. ,
the SCS office at 964-6280, ext. The youth group is planning a trip March 11, 1980
289.: to the Passion Play; in Lake Wales on
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Mar. 27. Reservations must be made
RCA and the Bradford SWCD. The by Mar. 17 for all who plan on atten- SIGNATURE OF ELECTOR INITIALS OF ISSUING
Soil and Water Resources Conservation ding. Reservation forms are OFFICIAL
Act (RCA) of 1977 required the available from the counselors and the
U.S. Department of Agriculture to appraise church office and should be picked up (STUB NO.. 1))
the Nation's land and water as soon as possible. .
resources and to re-evaluate the 34 Youth ushers for Sunday, Mar. 9,
conservation programs presently administered will be Jay Eaves, Brett Smith, Pat
by the nine USDA agen Mundorff and Richard Gaines. -
cies., USDA Is now asking YOU to The Methodist Youth Softball teamis NO._ '

about to fill up its roster. The team OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY
FFA NEWS will be coached by John Dempsey ; ,
again this year. Presently the tem-
Members of the Bradford Senior porary roster is made up of the follow
and Junior Chapter of the Future ing: Coach John Dempsey,John Den- SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT .
Farmers ,of America attended the mark,Jay Eaves Brett Smith, Chuck
Orlando Central Florida Fair for Williams, Kevin Miller, Scott Polk,
State Horticulture Identification and Doug Reddish, Ricky Johns, Nelson SAIWPLeJ
Demonstrations BHS had State Win- Green, Bill Sanders, Greg Thornton, REPUBLICAN PARTY
ners In the Demonstrations.They Daryl Thornton, Earl Biggs, Garet
were: Jones,Terry Mundorff,Ed Wall.Tom \
1st- Randy Harris- Landscape For Pallidino and Rex Siemer. Q '
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fun & Profit (Landscape). .PlrXhe team is attempting to collect '
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1st Scott Clark The PerilousPecan |enough funds to purchase uniforms S .
(Marketing). with for this years season. Anyone .
2nd Sheila Starling Bring Them wishing to help with the uniform fund .. c PRECINCT NO. .
Back To Life in a Floral Arrangement should contact John Dempsey or the :
(Artistic Arr.). church office. "
4 third place winners: Bruce Don Denton March 11, 1980 '
Rehburg and Randy Luke Team Youth Director ,
Use II .

John Riggs and Tommy Crosby ServicemenMichael INITIALS OF ISSUING
Team Marketing OFFICIAL
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Virginia Feeney Artistic Arr. G. Markham P. I .
(STUB NO. 2)
Doug Watson Production4th Gets Promotion :
Lisa Alvarez and Teresa Grif- Marine Sgt. Michael G. Markham,
fis -Team Use. son of Hershel Markham of P,O. Box
There was a total of 60 demonstrations 26, Brooker, Fla., has been promotedto '
with all chapters in the state. his present rank while serving at
They received their awards at the New River Marine Corps HelicopterAir "
Awards Banquet In Howard Station, Jacksonvile, N.C. OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY,
Johnson's of Orlando Thursday at 7, He joined the Marine Corps in July

February 28. 1977 .
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"My old tax service, didn't REPUBLICAN PARTY: '

double-check everything. SA.tAPLS

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA SAMPLi'i
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PRESIDENTIAL': PREFERENCE PRIMARY approval by the voters and apply to the taxes levied on
the assessment rolls for the 1980 and each
(Place a cross (X) In the blank space to the right the eatt.r. year year

of the name of the Presidential candidate. tor ,. .
whom. you wish to vote). ,. .
I FOR THE AMENDMENT
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for President. I AGAINST THE AMENDMENT EI '

JOHN B. ANDERSON

HOWARD H. BAKER JR. : '. NO.2.


GEORGE BUSH .. .. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

JOHN B. CONNALLY '.<" '\ ,.. ;, ,,'..,...' Article V, Section 3 .

PHIL CRANE .... ': '. Pr+ on amendment-to the State Constitution -. '
modify .
to the Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
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C ROBERT DOLE

BENJAMIN FERNANDEZ : FOR THE AMENDMENT '

q O I II RONALD REAGAN '". .'." I AGAINST THE AMENDMENT EI .

111 HAROLD E. .
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situation before we prepare your return. And then we (Mark a cross (OO In the square at the right. : L1i

double-check every return for: accuracy. For the Amendment or Against the Amendment" ). Are you In fever of en.additional !. tax being ImposedNO. ,
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1 upon every gallon of motor fuel and pedal fuel, sold In .i.
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j Bradford County for tilt .purpose of paying the cost and *x-
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H&R' CONSTiTUTiONAL AMENDMENTS I. pen*** of establishing operating and, maintaining a

transportation system anti relative fecllltle and the cost of
Section 6
Article VII
INCOME TAX PEOPLEWE r-contrvctlon
J THE acquisition, construction and maintenance
Proposing amendments to the State Constitution to of roads and street In Bradford. County?, '
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PREPARE ALL STATE'AND CANADIAN RETURNS provide a homestead exemption of $u 000 from certain "

: 827 S. Water St. Mark*. Fla. ad valorem school mltloon levies;providing authorization .
96401<1'. for ad valorem tax relief for permanent resident renters ;

: The Monitor Office;Keystone Heights and providing that the $25,000 exemption from certain FOR THE BEFEKfNDUM B .
ad valorem school millage levies shall take effect upon, AGAINST THC KEFEHEMPUM p
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By Elizabeth Terry, phone 78Z-3.100. ner guests of their brother-in-law and : : : OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY I

sister,Mr. and Mrs Robert Lee. .". .' I. '. ,. ., .,....
CHURCH ACTIVITIESGrace Mrs. Cora Hodges and her sister, : .
United MethodistThe Mrs. Marian Hall of Jacksonville '. '." v \' AND SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT :' ,' '' .':.''::

Fellowship Supper will be this spent the weekend with their sister, ?. ." ,}) .. .
next Sunday evening eating promptly Mrs. O.J. Anders. .. 'r" .'. .. . :.: .... '. IMlA
at 6 p.m.The Sandiford Family will Gustafsonand ... .' '
Chief and Mrs. Wayne 'h '''jI' 1 r' '. Ion
be ministering: to us in music. This daughter of Pensacola spent the "I -. "t ,,\:JI DEMOCRATIC PARTY .} :. :'Y.I',: i,. ." : !
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will be a special Praise Meeting emphasizing weekend with their parents, Mr. and .' ," 'if" .',.. .' ,
the revival we will be having Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris. f. t \" \\.,"." '
Mar. 1922. Covered dish affair Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and '.' *' 'I i'" :rr. ,.., '.1," ,
with everyone welcome. The singingwill family and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace : '. BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA' :-' .'" ',... .. .
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be around 7 p.m. Chesser and family attended an rf'rit;. : :; .
The Loves will! be for the ;: ; .
singing : .
oyster and weiner roast at the homeof
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Florahome Methodist Church on Mar. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred ... .. !. ', .. .. ."
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IS at 7 p.m. Later, they will be singingat Carter of Clay Hill on Friday night ., I.' ,, : ..
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Lake Butler Methodist at 7:30 J ', '''''' ;,' .
p.m. Mrs.Fred Moore was a Sunday din ; '1. .
Mar 19. ner guest of her son-in-law and ':. March 11 1980 .. .. ,'V ; ..
On a more note Mrs. ,, > .
personal daughter,Mr. and Mrs.Tom Casey of
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Eloise Olin continues to be a blessingto Starke ..I ";;' ; .
us as she convalesces at her home Mr. and Mrs. Lee McClellan visited 1., VY' ," ISSUING1
after repeated Little Maura SIGNATURE OF ELECTOR' ;;, ;. INITIALS OF
surgery their mother Mrs. Julia Hall in St. ,
Lynn Love will go to Shands Heart Judes Nursing Home in Jacksonvilleon ; : : OFFICIALSTUB -
Clinic for the third year check-up.The Sunday. ( NO. 1) '. >- ., ",. : : ,;';
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Estes are home recuperating from a Roy Swan of Apopka was an overnight ..,
recent bout with illnesses. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Truman .: :
The church is planning a community Norman on Tuesday.Mr. -
wide visitation before our '.
program and Mrs. Fleam Starling were .
revival. Consider this a personal In- Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and NO.., ..'"' \ ;
vitation to come and be with us. Mrs. E.F. Caldwell of Jacksonville. .: "
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Special music and good preaching Julius Eunice of Starke was a Sun- OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY. ; ', : ,; : .
every night. If you need transportation day dinner guest of his parents, Mr. .
rail 7823881.Special and Mrs. Harold Eunice Mr. and .' '
mention this past Sunday Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake City visited ., AND SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT :
went to Micki and Michael Becker them in the afternoon.
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Jamie and Elisabeth Slater, MichaelWilkerson .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lett and Mr.
Stephanie Traylor, Nancy and Mrs. Wilson Ryals of Douglas .
Struth..for being Fishers of Men dur- Ga. spent the weekend with their DEMOCRATIC PARTY .
ing this past quarter. This simply brother-in-law and sister Mr. and .
means that they brought someonenew Mrs. D.O. Brown and Shawna. .
to the Sunday School. Mrs. Wendie Smyth and daughter Sp.tIAP"e.SAMP .
Laura Baptist Elizabeth of Jacksonville spent the BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
Rev. Ralph Coleman Second Bap- weekend with her parents Col. and .
tist Church Middleburg and Rev. Mrs. Wm Wilson.Mr. r. \.6. .
David Brown, First Baptist Church and Mrs.J.C.Smith of Jackson '
Lawtey will speak at Laura Baptist ville and Mr. and Mrs. Granville : PRECINCT NO. :
Church on Friday. Mar. 14 at 7:30: Anderson of Orangedale were Sunday ..
p.m. Rev. Lester Austin, pastor. afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. DO. '
guests :
Norlhslde Baptist Brown. March 11 '1980 .. .
The church is to have Balloon Day : .
Mrs. Jackie Lines and daughter s" .
next Sunday during the morning ser home from .
Jacqueline came Germany '. .
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:tINITIALS OF ISSUING .
vice. for her brother Bill's weddingand 'y ;' .
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OFFICIAL
for the Fair.
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PERSONALSdMr.. and Mrs. Tony Galli of .. .. .. .1 (STUB NO. 2) '. ..rJt -: .

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Jacksonville visited Mrs. Elva Red- . . . . . . . . . .. .
dish on Monday afternoon. They had SENIORCITIZENS '* .. : .
visited Mrs. Eldridge Niblack, a : ; : :
sister-in-law of Mrs. Elva Reddish in I" .
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a nursing home in Atlanta Ga.,who is '
in terrible condition.Mrs. : OFFICIAL PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY '
Darlene Mosley of Highland : ; .
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The Bradford County Senior
and Rodney Harris of Maxville, were .
of her Citizens met February 26 with the -
supper guests grandparents AND SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT '
Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Teston on Fri president Lucy G. Wellons presiding. :
day evening After a short meeting for business .
Mr and Mrs. David Gaines of Mrs. Wellons introduced Bobby :
Starke and their mother, Mrs. Earl Taylor County Agent for Bradford
Teston and sister Na ncy spent Sunday County who talked about gardening, DEMOCRATIC PARTY. .
with Mrs. Teston's brother-and- especially mini-gardening. His e. .
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G.W. discussion was illustrated by slides ItI1P ;
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showing various gardening techniques iA f1r..i .
Teston of Land O'Lakes. Fla. S -
Friends of Nathan Blom son of Mr. used for small gardens. He provided _1"\11 BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Kti'VI1F &>!*
the members of the with
and Mrs. Randall Blom are happy to group .
learn that he was able to come home several pamphlets pertaining to the ..."-i; '! '10. '
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Sunday after spending two days in subject. PRECINCT NO. '

Bradford prayers are County with him.Hospital. Our many After questions Mr. Taylor, Mrs.had Wellona answered In-'- ....* Jm ,.. k fLf ,s. j .to.. .. ",x ". .... ..,..\ .. .'I'.'! _If 1 1 II .."" .. ..b.. ,. ,0. that. ," .. ,.
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troduced David B. Smith. Jr, Trorlr"the t Marchlt".980 1 ..U. .
Miss Rhea Corbett Mr and Mrs. J : : "! ,, M 'Pi\"f't"c .. \\,, ."
David Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Randy Bradford-Union Voc Tech Center .
who presented plans for classes for '"
Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Teston ,
Senior Citizens. that be ,,'
and children Pam and Johnson and Subjects may PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE PRIMARY
mother, Mrs. Earl Teston and offered are gardening sewing \ .
daughter Nancy treated Mike Teston macrame and others we may suggest (Place a cross (X) In the blank space to the rightof
with a steak dinner honoring him on Several of those present signed up fora the name of the; Presidential candidate for
his 17th birthday Feb. 26. After the gardening class; the time for this whom you wish to vote). NO.2':
will be announced at a later date.
dinner they were guests of Mr. and '
Mrs. David Gaines where they served Individuals who are not members For Puident' CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT .; .
birthday cake and coffee preparedby Bradford Senior Citizens who may be .
Miss Rhea Corbett and Mr. and interested in such a class are urged to Article V, Section 3Proposing
Mrs. Gaines. contact David Smith at the Voc Tech EDMUND G. BROWN, JR -
an amendment to the State Constitution .
Center 964-6150 or Mrs. Wellons.
Friends of Mrs. Sheryle Rosier
regret to learn that she is a patient in We urge all Senior Citizens to joinus JIMMY CARTER to modify the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. .
at 1:00 ,m.each second and fourth
Alachua General Hospital Our : p RICHARD B. KAY _
Tuesday of the month at the Recrea- :
prayers are with her. tion Hall for fun and fellowship. I FOR THE AMENDMENT I I .
Mr and Mrs. Robert Whetsel of EDWARD M. KENNEDY .
Keystone Heights were Sunday dm- By Lucy G. Wellons NO PREFERENCE .' r AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I J :

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..j'. '; PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS I
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\ :J.erltr 1"1"f : (Mark a cross (XI) in the square at the right REFERENDUM FOR BRADFORD COUNTY ; I
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For the Amendment .
Amendment the )
or Against [
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NO. 1 or Against the Referendum) : ; I.

p'r'emi' um Law', f.

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Are you In favor of on additional \l' tax being imposed : Ii

i 6 Food Pellets Article VII, Section 6 upon every gallon of motor fuel and special fuel sold in : I

Specially manufactured for all Proposing amendments to the State Constitution to Bradford County for the purpose of paying the cost and expenses

provide a homestead exemption of $25,000 from certain of establishing. operating. and maintaining a .
Florida
I j grasses ad valorem school millage levies, providing authorization transportation system and relative facilities and the cost of ?

I 16-4-8 plus iron and minor elements to give for ad valorem tax relief for permanent resident renters, acquisition, construction reconstruction and maintenance i

I that deep green color to Florida soHa-wltti and providing that the $25,000 exemption from certain of roads and streets In Bradford County? '

f 12% high concentrate sulfur. ad valorem school millage levies shall take effect upon I''.
I approval by the voters and apply to the taxes levied on -
I ruin* Sit 5 the assessment rolls for the year 1980 and each year -. T ,1
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.. thereafter FOB THE. R llif.RmUM. 1
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Dog eev..s up to 5XW04e.fr.
lAGAINST.THE. ...REFERENDUM. I K
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Stop Lawn Insects I FOR THE AMENDMENT.. .
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/I":}. As You Feed Your GrassNow AGAINST THE AMENDMENT T 1 ., .. :=

in one easy application .?' I

Feed your lawn and at the same time/ get rid '

I [,I.,t... of Insects that are trying to destroy It.II Precincts 3,5.6,913 & 14 Will Vote On Precinct Democratic Party Offices Appearing On Similar Ballots. .

D Chinch Bugs D Ants d Fleas D Ticks

D Grubs & Many Others Precinct Committeeman Precinct Precinct Committeeman Precinct 6 Precinct Committeeman Precinct 13

( : 1Bap (Vote for One) (Vote,for One) (Vote for One)
town 3000 *
I M 086 I 1 tARRY LoFOlLETTE 1_ROMA:_ M._ALVAREZ_. GUY ANDREWS
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-_, VERNON E. OLIN,,_ ARTHUR_: ._.W: SCHULZ. ___ === .. RICHARD' I. CRANEPrecinct --i ,

SO Precinct Committeewoman Precinct 6 : I. ,
fertllomeCyclone 1 ABAODELIVERY Committeewoman Precinct 3 (Vote f for One) .Precinct! i Committeeman Precinct 14 .

Spreader andSPREADING (Vote for One) )N f c.:.. ___ : _..___..;... .......:-- (Vote for One)

FEE ./-_ BETTY JO ALVAREZANNIE.LSCHULzlJ' =T : _DON E.HALLGREN ;
Easy even spreading J ,MURIEL GILHOOLY T <1 -T I a
Mflropolllan City ._ -.. ==r I := CARL L. JOHNS
SALE PRICED ArffLAWNGARDEN I GWENDOLYN LaFOLLETTE I J. -w-:;:

3995 Precinct Committeeman Precinct 5 .\: '. Precinct Committeewoman Precinct 14'

Only '. .. Precinct A (Vote for One) '
(Vote for One) Committeewoman Precinct 9 : '

USE YOUR I _..._ ;; (Vote for One) .
CHARGE ACCOUNT J_ JIMMY V. CROSBY-JR.-' -- .- J .. J VIOLET T. CROSBY .. I ,
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,PUBLIC NOTICEAnOKDINANCtomen. Hall. Slorke, FlarldO.ha FLORIDA Merrill Ed. and 'deilgnated by the i
1.1 \\iWilrdi: .: Is., Itchg plan Agricultural' IMPORTANT DATESFfiday' dish ind Mr.Jim Lawson Hope to see
a*
I < Ing the) Comprehensive' fnh, .SAIVISM: a Itn.4's' it tan"n-u-1;.. prnfy'PROPOSAL\ FORR01UP) J!,. :J1'65 .I'Vier. rezoned to RIC and I',\ March 7--Starke Elementary you there!

and UM Plan Element whatever In the enactment forth below.LU141.11.1zlil.. INSURANCE". designated Rural Spelling Bee. 9:00a.m., Starke Your child should bring his/her

!IJInd Map Of the City ol O. this I \ Reildentlal' the properly : Elem. Cafeteria.Report report card home tomorrow, March 7.

fork.. Florida, In accor ORDINANCE should oJO:; I r16-:14".I :% This Some; ;' 116-groupbenellt forN'""I ti-t. Of WARREN STEVENSON cards go home. Contact your child's teacher if there

dance with the local pear and be heard at the the court WITHIN THREE package'* for the City of LEGAL NOTICE described as follows Monday: March 10 CTBS Testing is a problem. Please send back the attached

:Slovernment Com. lime and place describ. MONTHS FROM THE Stark personnel of Notice I* hereby given Forty ((40)) acre begins. slip with your signature so

reiterative' Planning Act ed. ., THE JFIRST ," which there. areapproxilmeitaly' .- that the Bradford County located '/ mile South of Monday. March 17 St. Patrick's your child's teacher will know you
,f 1975. a* provided for By Albert L. Crosby.Jr. PNI=, II-OFTHIS < BVAfvlltlmeemploye Historical Board ef St. Rd 18 on the Westside I Day; Don't forget to wear green I have seen the report card.

n Chapter 163 of the .. Planning a Zoning NOTICE: (1) All claim **., Trustee has asked the ol Hwy 100 In Section Friday March 21 Planning Day; no The CTBS (County.Test of Basic

lorlda Statutes and Official. City of Stark,, against the .estate andt.4.2).tlnW' The City of .Starke.reserve Florida Legislature to Introduce 2 Township 8 South 4 school for students. Skills) will begin on Monday March
25 Code of Or. Florida.Itchg. 2/28. objection, by a bill Increasing Range :22 East parcel' I Palatka Inservice Is VERY that
; :hoBter an the right'to eject -" (* Workshops; 10. It Important your
!finance*. City of Stark. lJ J I personal"* ", 'any* and .atLi (froA Opotalt from 7 to 11 the numberol Bradford 9360 for single familyresidences .day for Interested teachers. child receives the proper rest and
the
l flarlda.. whom notice was mailed to waive formalities members an Historical on 20,000 Sq. Monday March 24 Classroom pic- food Please send two number 2 pencils

:f: TO: All Citizens, Taxoyera NOTICEWARREN that challenges the and to accept or County Increasing Ft. tures to be taken this day. Please with your child.

1> and other In.rra'ed has mad application STEVENSON to validity ol the will the reject any or all part of Board of from Trustee 4 to 6; the You are further given have your child dressed in the pro-- As you may know, rabies have been

persons the Bradford County Zoning qualification of the personal any proposal a* they number of member re- NOTICE that a of per attire. We want our students to found again in our county. This Is the
representative.venue may deem to be to theb..t copy have nice pictures to take home. first case In several Please
each of Board for reclasslllcatlon of quired for a quorum. aid proposed ORDINANCE years.
youjfcre or (Jurisdiction Interest of the City.Comprehensive ., March 26-28 tress to children not to stray
Wednesday pet
hereby and herewith of the property the court. Plant 2/28 3tchg 3/13. Is available for Spring your

> Ivan notice In accordance described below from All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Lifetime Maximum. your Inspection at the of- break for all students and animals on the way to or from school

; with Florida' Rl A to fl-J. one and one.located NOT SO FLED 1000000. ties of the Director of teachers. Class News

Ctatutea.>and City Or. :'hoK'..I''A( ) 12 'Will BE FOREVER BARRED Deductible, per calendar Of -APPLICA- Zoning and Planning Tuesday April 8 Bradford County The winners of the February
; miles South of Stark off NOTICE Bradford County Courthouse Spelling Bee Bradford County Contest from Mrs.
"Irson 0 City of Stark, \ I year' _100. Ac- TION FOR REZONINGAND Reading
Florida that the City the Southeast tide of Dote. of the first cumulation period, 12 AMENDMENT OF Storke, Florida. School Board Off ice, 10 A.M. Tetstone s room are: David Stephens,

fommlsslon: of Stark, Bedford lake In Section publication of this Notice months. Family limit per THE LAND USE PLAN Each and every person Monday April 7. Tuesday April 8; 102 books; Tommy Balkcom 87

Florida; hot designated 13. Township 8 South of Administration: March cal year 2.Coinsurance.. An ORDINANCE amending having any Interest Thursday, April 10; Friday AprlII books; Alisha Manning 82 books
Range 22 East for multifamily 1980. whatever In the enactment School Law for In- booksRachaQ
Workshop
Mi*City of Stark Plannng 6. 80/20. the Comprehensiveland Jennifer Williams, 42 ;
]] and Zoning Comml1 *- dwelling (up to A/Dudley ... Hardy, Room ft Board. Semi- Use, Plan Element of this proposed. terested teachers 3:00-4.30: p.m. Tyson, 42 books; Vickie McFarlane

1 to conduct a public and Including 4 units). Personal Representative. prlval and Map by Bradford ORDINANCE should appear BHS Media Center. 41 books; Tara DeSue 31 books; Tiffany .
Trill and be heard the
Eon C regular changeIn Covered Hospital ft Florida In occor- at SCHOOLNEWS Clark 31 books; Eric Walton 21
be held classification It subject Pierce A Hardy. P.A.'BY11G.or91 County time and place. prescribed Our school will have a Spelling Bee
to at Physician t Subject to done .with the local books; Lesley Padgett, 20 books; and
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930: p.m. In the CityJamml..lon to a puMfcfibrtlrjtaLtol"be 0"; 3. H. deductible 'and.'coin Government Com on Friday, Mar. 7 In the cafeteria Derrick Long 20 books. These
held Tuesday. 'M' \ BOARD
oh OF BRADFORD
are Pierce
P.O. Drawer Fifth
room. City surance. Expanses prahenslv Planning Act beginning at 9am grade students read library books and
Mall. Stark, Florida on 29, 1980 at 7:30 p.m.. In 1030 Starke Florida Payable a* usual for in COUNTY COMMIS. students wilf be participating. Class
of 1975 as provided readers on a regular basis. They readto
the .,_. SIONERS.By .
March 20, County Comml. **. 1,32091- %' Attorney for Per- ft reasonable bees held Feb. In
Thursday customary Chapter 163 of the spelling were on 26. their
grandparents aunts
Room In the Bradford .. tonal Representative, /./Gllb." S. parents, ,
:)980. and make a reconvihendatlon charges. Florida Statutes.TO Mrs. Barbara Reddish's LanguageArts
uncles brothers J sisters. Their
ar
Courthous At Brown, Clerk Itpd 3/6. ,
County
to the Cityfamml.'on this time all Interested ((904)) 04.3/01.3/4 2.tchg Maternity CareSo aas : All Citizens, Taxpayers classes when sixteen finalists guardians sent notes telling Mrs.
; and the City persons 3/13. regular benefits for and other In school
shall be hard were chosen for the SpellingBee. Tetstone which books had been read.
Commission will can. for or the ,. employee and spouse. forested personsYou Those students who will par Mrs. Tetstone's class 'welcomes
against proposal NOTICE OPINTENTION
aldsr/ on Tuesday April REQUESTS FOR Accident Core -
I MRS. REDDISH'SHOWROOM
as specified In the Richard Smith who moved here from
1. 198O at the lam laid I'ROPOSALSHEALTH Charges payable withinFire and each of you Moody
Tammy
place at 7:00: P.M. an Ordinance Zoning Code of Bradford INSURANCE 90 day of an accident. are hereby and herewith TO REGISTER and Virginia. I
Nelley Jackson Rebecca Lawson
relating: County. CITY OF STARKE WOO at.100%. No given notice In accor- FICTITIOUS Ms. Cissy's Math Superstars this
t Jerome Johns, Cholr-1 Proposals. subject| to deductible. done with Florida NAME Jim Dixon. From MRS. ADKINSON'SHOMEROOM week are: Erika Banks, Janet Ken

rezoning of the ,man Bradford County pacification In this Invitation Stoplot One a Statutes that the Board : Yolanda Walker and nedy Michele Kersey David Thorpe

described proIS" Zoning Board. Itpd 3/6. will be receivedIn subscriber has paid of County Commissioners Pursuant to Section Melissa May Logan Ricks and Earl Terrell.

and amending the office ol the City $1,000"out-of-pocket" ((2 of Bradford 86S.09, Florida Statutes, Learantlne Jefferson. From MRS.MCCLELLAND'S .. .

omprehenolve' Land Clerk at City Hall. per family). all further County Florida. have notice Is hereby given HOMEROOM: BUS Seniors' Cap

IM Plan to provide that IN THE CIRCUIT Starke, Florida, until covered expense Shall designated the Bradford that the undersigned La- Brad Green, Steve Jones. Kim Sapp And Gown PicturesSet

rods currently zoned A COURT, EIGHTH 7:00 p.m. at which time be paid at 100% of County Zoning and Planning toln Hrr**. 118 S. and Lisa Waters. From MRS.

'find designated by the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN and place all proposal usual customary Board to conduct a Thompson St.. Starke. STRONG'S HOMEROOM: Julie May, For March 13

ylon Agriculture, b* AND FOR BRADFORD will be opened and reasonable charge for. public hearing at a Fla. 32091 doing Donna Bonnette, Sue Ann Nettles and
rezoned to *.|A and COUNTY FLORIDA. tabulated. Tabulation remainder of calendar regular meeting held at business under the firm Marian Sutton. Cap and gown pictures of 1980

datlgnated Single-' PROBATE DIVISION. will be presented to the year. 7::30 p.m. In the County name of "MERLE NOR Mrs. Reddish sent letters home to graduating seniors will be taken on

family. Very low Density 'File NO. 80-17-CP. Board at a meeting en Dependent children Commission meetingroom MAN COSMETIC the parents of each of the participants Thursday March 13, from 9-30 to 2:30

: the property of S.R. ((1-3185) Tuesday April 1. 1980. In Covered to the end of Bradford 'County STUDIO" 118 S. Thompson Inviting them to attend the Spelling in the main office of Bradford High

rllcks.. Larry P. Herbert; In r.: ESTATE OF OLUE the Council Room. In* calendar year In Courthouse, Stark, St. Stark. Fla. Bee. School.

Stta F. Thornton; J.E. E. TYSON Dcaid. Sealed .nvolopesshould which they reach age 19 Florida on Tuesday 32091 Intend to From these sixteen students three All seniors who are not on campus

hardy, : described at NOTICE OF be addressed to or 23 If a full-time college March 35 1930 and register said fictitious will be selected to participate in the throughout the school day should

follow: Parcels being In ADMINISTRATIONTh the City Commlnloner tudnt. make a recommendationto name under the provisions Bradford Co. Spelling Bee to be held stop by at their convenience. Seniorsat

jfheS'/k of NWIof NW/ administration of Envelope* should be CITY OF STARKE. the Board of County of aforesaid Tuesday April 8, in the School Board BHS will be scheduled throughoutthe
Section 34. Township 6 S. the estate of OUIE E. Commissioners and the statute. day to be dismissed from class for
office at 10 A.M.
long* 22E. Parcels of TYSON. deceased File' Board will consider on lataln Herres owner. pictures. A 2.00 deposit Is requiredfrom
ladies and
The
following gentlemenwill
fond lying South of Number 1-3189 Is pen Monday. April 7. 1980 at Dated this 6th day of all the students at the time they
ding In the Circuit Court March A.D. 1980 In help our school during the Spell-
Wilson Rood and East aff the same said place at are photographed. deposit will
Bradford Ing Bee. Mrs. Dina Petrella will be
for County 3/6
ok S treat within the 1000 A.M. an Ordinance Bradford County be subtracted from the cost of their
City, son, ,.* of Stark. FL. Florida Probate Divh- : /" relating to: 4tpd 3/27. the announcer. The judges will be order.
I You are further given Stan the address of .ft pff1 Mrs. Sue Shubert, Sheriff Dolph Red-

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laid proposed ORDINANCE Bradford County Florida ........--I Broker V following described property
available for and amending theComprehensive
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; 32091. The name and address 301 North.Trail Motel.Lewtey ;
your Inspection at the Land American Vote !!! I
of the Planning of the Personal and of Office 712-311 Home 7B2SBMXCILIENT Use Plan to provide that Way guen Tuesday
rice Representative
Official. City land currently toned OR
OPPORTUNITY NEW HOME IN COUNTRY
W. of 3 Ac. 3BR.
Lawsuit on -
to own en extranice
2 Bo. Fireplace. In Ig.Pm .
place a' Income

'Ralph Bryan Real) Estate' producing property Rm. Built In Vac. Sys.
MOW..
1100 .... ft. home with
One Acre on 301 wan septic
900 sq. ft. rental on CREAL ESTjTE.
310 W. Call St.. Starke m 2..0'ac.. I to Starke. and _II. Very pretty. ) .

(Cor. US 301 "ciStie.J':9S4', s' LI3 I "'.5GO ftBS&D'to' )".000.

$...tOO. 10 Ac. $18.000 IsDn. n

I VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION ACROSS FROM 10 Ac. 120.000 Beautiful -1
| WESTERN AUTO. N LAWTEV I Block from Stand, of Pines.school. ,

3 BR Home en V4 20 Ae ....c.d. ...c.DC. '
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN
NEW HOMES Lot 121.100. Pasture. 140000. Don't
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF SEVERAL BRADFORD COUNTY CALL ,
j
Small lake.
NEED with
FOUR BEDROOMST 5 Acre
GOOD BUILDERS. WE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH HOUSE
Call only
Owner Fenced.
todayl retiring Hurry
|PLANS AND FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS. Our services end moving 27000. 112.100. BILL POWELL !
I cost you fothlng..th' bulldrt peyl.Comply\* InformO' Forget ;; "
I tkm en the new COUNTY BOND PROGRAM. THE BEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH IS TIll EARTH qNWK'R1

11;_ ITSELF. REAL ESTATE
'1 }*
HEADQUARTERS LOTS ACREAGE
i
Terms FOREST HGTS. Restricted '/, ocr lots $2.500 and up 11B N.lrValnut St. 964-444 24 hrs To VoteTuesday CKBIIATIKWILlibAR !, I


FRULKNER I'D Properties Wanted For DevelopmentWE 2

ROLLING HILLS (Bayleti Highway) I ocr ft up $3,500' ftup WILL BUY OIRICT

>1O% down. RERLTY 9B--BOBB NO COMMISSION INVOLVED PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE


20 ACRES <- Forsyth Rd. $33OOO. IP YOU WANT TO TURN YOUR I IFLORIIMt

PROPERTY INTO CASH- CALL MIL POWELL SPECIAL

LAWTRV 3 acres ft up, $1.000 per acre tems ::131II N. Temple A_. Of c.."..wu79U 517 WESTMORELAND 2 BEDROOM 1 BATH
7.11 acre well pole ft septic $1t,300. FHA-VA Cemr.Financing Available. Over Tw*Hundred. LeftInside
10 acre pine $22.000, ft 24000. City of Stark. Par sale. FURNISHED ON Vt OF AN ACRE WITH PRETTY

COMME.CIAL&.NCOMII'.OI'.nv.MlnlStar. Special Price far Tee er More REALTY LANDSCAPING..OWNER FINANCED. -

I US 301 N.".3$Acre with 1J401 on 30V 0- $ <,800 4 term T_..... afTMwav J ,tWaihlngtan -* IM-. SIBth.*X Office new rented.Coed SEE BELOW Phone. 964778OTMAvtMi ..$5.500.

3"N |
[ sell Make An St. Lot with building A chain link
ISO Acre All or part. Owner ready to 1111..11..1.-
fenca-111.000. IT PAYS TO CONSULT A REALTOR
Offer I MI I IO"'NO Also Solklf listingsComlstlonl 3 bedreom 1V4 bath
j Stare building downtown Call it. Over 3000 square reel.ACREAGE WE NEED LARGE TRACTS OF LAND HAVE CLIENTS
NeeottaMe ham...with adjoining metal
ACREAGEI
I APPROX. 800 acre In various locations.COMMERCIAL .. 14Call Income prop" with
acre large two story home liwtey$21,000 Owner llnr.
Office Associates assumable 7% mortgag -
or is
.2% ecrS>HO 25.1&SOO per acre. *2.4 acres Hampton ".100 Owner fInanced. ,
Hmlmmf4-6235 *. Cash Haw is enough
Mary
Hwy lOOW-Beeutlful 77 acre*. only 10.800.. vary, good *11 acres neer Presbyterian Church "' .pltal.139.000.
HAVE OVER.1 MILE
LOOKING FOR 301 FRONTAGE WE CWO (Ret)Dom Detentlaee,964U7SRobert to cover peymonta.
ft OUTI I I t....... *'.1' acres Grlffls Loop timber 110.100 Owner lln.
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED IN TOWN A. Mc..7279
.M acres. Marian County Owner. Hnenced.I 13 acre 301 A Morgan Rd. S3'.000 Owner lln.
Movie Small house with PmHAmtg
S. Ward M&Y0404n
: HOMES acre.Hwy 321 goad land. In pasture, 2.750 per act.. to a qualified buyer *20 acre* 301 N. Railroad prime Owner fin.

Concrete block horn 1 IM 2 bath-Family room- CHftA_ tVt, acre, Hampton 0.". Include. well, sop.Ic. light 13 acre 17000. '
pole term *2 acres B Home off r". 125 barn lanced I24.MO.
Inside, utility separate storage closed garage -, excellent 10 ac. goad building'
.21 acre Hwy 381 South. 10 acre 4 BR 2 la brick, ld. 131 Home with e.tres,
location and condition nice lot $40,000. slt/20% down. I 11% mor-
.40 pecan tree, 2Vk, acre*. 12 st 70' M.H. Can. H/A. :2 EGlnUtt( 12 acres Rd. 239 Nice home 3 BR 2 Be CHBA '''.500.
.. I Milo out oftow.
: MH hookups. 24 acres In Improved ,",otu... Fenced I .eg* 14 acre Irawnlse Rd. :3 BR 2 Ba CH8.A 144.100.
Interest
.AND NEW A home low down payment ...
] Goad location. 30 acre. half wooded hell Improved .... Reel litete Broker *4 acres Neat ] BR I la off Rd. .2S 132.000.

Tt' to qualified buyer. pasture, creek frontage partially. ......... III W.Cell if. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
As Comer of Ml and Marketmood.,66W
5t BR Block In walking' distance te 10an loon 171 lot- 13,41 acre LAB BtKlM**{*"f" H.MO. Owner will Iterke tMt each road.solveg >'30I large bld0 acre I3 .000 Owner llnenced.

joom for large garden $38,000. finance. 964-5527 .business. I worth. Greet property acres from Holiday Inn Owner fin.

asking (trie*. Store, a apt. 301 27500. Owner financed.

.{Handyman Special' Excellent location 614 W. Adklns, HOMES Special 7000 SO). ft. Cl bldg. en ... 14 I Owner llnenced.Heme .
frame IR eat-In kitchen w/bar 4 BR IV4 la chain TWO STORY frame house an Call Street. Good location. J Trailer For 6. ....nlnf*i planes coil (commercial) I cottage, 122.100 Owner llnenced.I .

link fence nice tool shed SI4.00O. I rooms 1 bath .1 trailer park. II trailers. Appro:6 acre*. Fenced. V.n.U. P. OdFfi Broker buildings en Cell Apt. upstairs Owner llnanced.

.. ... HAMPTON 3 ... IB' Three.., acre. "w/nlce. "fish. pond. .I trailer park}'11 trailers3IR from house bam,'appro OKI. Photon 945474.NSWlYWIDtf .' 404 N. Cherry 1 large furnished Apts. Owner lln.'
... -, I23.MO. Good Terms.
tUNO "YLAICIt. *.. "*ed. posturoland.,LARGE down' pay 1100. mo Income rentals Call B Bay 111000.
'JS bedroom. | /bath en I acre, nice tree,.17.IOO.iT., Owner.W1171 trend Andrews % .nB .
trick duplex with to f'. a"wrr'.su.IOG..I i a .r.'UI\1r; ment. llnante boloncs.- ,Apt.complex 301 170.000 goad cash Haw Owner fin.
; t go BRVI Beth, tot. fenced. ll.VOO. .
.' a* city ,.- .** *. -.W.-... *" ; lOTS INVESTMENT/
.. -' v or"*'Ogre 2 B1 Both It.SOO.
-
XROSIV-IAKK. home with.....:.orTweler1, with'10.H..ell|| .It acre with I BR. 2 Beta. C/B ........ CHBA.chain "linkcressMenced .2 8R unfurnished house.I *7 TIAIIIR LOTS BROWNLIIRD.
) .1 la f .
term*
fancad yard. many fruit t..... wevenal __.. Instead. A unfurnished apartments ;; 14.COO) PER LOT 20% DOWN.
dock. ttt.OOO. '. \ lot m1cov! ...tu... 2 mall bam Term .4 8R, 2% Be Heme. .., .I act.:wall tank elec., pump house utll.bldg. .IS.SOO.

iT.AWIEI.Y ACRISl Southgote-lR, I Beth family room.. carpet. ,A/C. wit. 0 3, B* LAKI- HOUSE Furnished F.... May.' C L A RI( Let 4 Butler Court I3tt0.
vA/-.O. ,.t t, nice corner lot. 128.100. Term COMMERCIAL PROPERTY *111ALT04111 Beautiful tot near Country Club 290'026' SS.609nd. 230.Commercial .
beoutllul
Country Estate Largo J-stary Cape CaoreK Nwy 221. atone errartor. nice. a II. I Beth with 4 acres I warehouse an US 301. Air.conditioned aHices, Great ;;; let next t* Tarwllleger Reelty ISffmtUf,
famed and cress .**cod ecre*. jllAAtjtAVyTIYl ) I (J1.A :d) Owner Hn.
under cultivation barn, end gerege comb.. fenced. location. .' Hampton Oaks Ut #25 SYM pretty tree
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Greet Roam IB' x 21' with fireplace separatedining. I Tackle and Ball business, Largo Inventory. "' 'I' .C.lllt. commercial 23S' si Be' '''.100 Owner lln.

.. aparasD 1 acres' )ten room.1 I.....'.' 3 bedrooms. 2 .bath*. 2 acre*. .barn. Must One city block In downright !own Starke. |just walling'for the Plan sentiment .-_-." neighborhood. 14000 Owner lln.
I Crow your awn trewberrle-enthta .>... Goad term business. Great opportunity for downtown mall. t* .3 Country Club lots 1 Acre each 14010 each Owner Ha.

I ...231 has 2 S* from.'I'houe.;,.., \4"lilloofttS10,126. .Breaker Ames Three bedroom I .bath concrete block I large warehouse. appro*. 1000 sq. ft. Need. root and ..new Into your. .fare mat .Cell It. commercial tot IOV a 1W .tOO Owner ''''.

i 4 home. Central heat I air. Fenced. beck. yoo!. Gee*). lacelan. repair Has Hoar and standing ....011.. .todoyl. 8>tr n..t t PREFERRED PROPERTY
3 BR home with Great Roam I.Kreptocp r Olf aa INVEITORSORIAMIncome bedroom.one bob borrow.rowdy .

an.peved reed. .....000 lncl.a.i'fr6ctodl.fc, h. Only S200. : Property Will Fay For Itself' M st usi howsokoofj.In *Historical IM, N. Cherry 140 .'1. ft. '2 room 1Vbath <

f.w J.1HOL J J I HOMIIITES .1 small apartment co"fonI''D"" : '' specloft, 4 rental *..Just listed of 111 400.FIRI I fireplaces j I beautiful tot Owner fin. Use

lake restricted. braker-awner. units possibly S. ""no"'Two
Crosby heaiesHa Term
MANY OTHCVSr H." .,u.J '.)41, '... ..93....* > '2.000. .In town. .I small frame house '>, ,.>- .' i", > I II NOUR lANDLOtOI BEDROOM- HOMES
'ItAity ,
erlN" ME SOI.Y OU ":! frame house. Needs Residents or 4apartment. xdrcwmi. ,, Hvlnf. room, U7 WertmorelenJ Jilt I B fu.n..SOO.'o-.
2 I lots,In, clty( paved! street..18,100,excellent term*41. large ., ((4 .It. 4 .A): ''. !?repairs. v dining, roam, .bitches. 4 lake St. Deals Block.trees-127,100. Owner llnenced.MOBIIB .

today-Friday 9-*p.m. Saturday 9. 12 ,APARTMENTS FOR!RENT '1 3 BR frame hOu..-.Apartment en side. Zoned com rmd swells A.......*. HOME .... 100A IW Neat "Elcherdsen", 13400.

Evening.and Sunday.by'6pPSMtVo1- -T 4 [10.. Property: Management Services Avellabla. mercial. .?. -Xi', V ? .. I trtcif'3! ec_ of sjMdnsdford THREE BEDROOM HOMES
0 Co. tend. Owns
I NEW LISTINGS "';3IR2B C H. I were Rd. 180 121.000.
newcerpet
c avomPM43. -)JjAH AOIl1:1:. : PowlitiorR"iusea Kitten! .hr.'clupl.it.'tIrid / nd. ; n.M..*d. .t M.8M down,,
''" tllllan C.FearsonE Paul H. 2 BR. 1 Ba. LR, ',*431 Center II. 1 BR 12. Walk. everywhere. 123AM.e .
Notion Anchor 04.of IMO .
!Ralph f. art 11% Ifftafsxf.
E Brek.lSol._ $ M. FaulknerReahavvenmge4lvel > leaped yard 1320 John Dr. Scratega Helghte goad neighborhood..
.44-30S: Office .3 BR, t Greenhouse, Zoned, Commercial monthly payments *Ha H elll Idward. .... 3 IR 3 I CHIA 1 Aero.e .

.. I AftogorWayne M-9JII .2 Apartments; Dewnttblf'.':3 BR, 7 '0. Ups6Quarters. ... Living aft sale tall,", far -18.Mars!!, J Beet neighborhood 1301 leering I IR IB CHIA garage.Move J
Douglas jsrtee JJ.SOO.
REALTOR ASSOCIATES Rent will help pay mengage. Right In CemtortaM. home # I30B Pratt.Realtor .
f Broker/Salesman ,
I*...-...,. Irene,Fulkaer-lva.e4-S142 Please call us n |jl lt4vauproperty' Fix, ''Ml Uf-, -C.estate Aisocletesyrea '.
Veda Mol......-.... .*...5." .......: .lock houn-'i\ ..vol....0. ,;Terwllleaer Martha Parka
.Vkkirowell. Julia, L,OrlHU, Eva..44174BVKIDO .' Vickie Norman ,AfinsorMews 7B1-U7 '
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ode Moody ..... .1\.1--..... "as- "" .to"I *44-777e Sally WMaa'h

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1 No Injuries Sanders sustained minor injuries cle rolled three'times coming to rest The accident occurred when a U79 'Juvenile Arrested Greyhound Bus Station on Cherry
: In 2-Car Wreck and did not require medical in the southbound lane. .Mercury driven by Susan Crosby 26, Street to quell a disturbance. When
assistance. Abel was treated and released from of Brooker.traveling south on S111.431, For Motorcycle TheftsA police officer Denton DeVoe arrivedthe
: No one was injured Saturday in a Starke police officer W.K. McIntire the Bradford County Hospital. failed to stop for a stop sign,and plow manager told him that David Rae
two-car accident that occurred is investigating the Incident. Estimated damage to the vehiclewas ed Into a 1974 Ford pickup truck 17-year-old Gainesville youth was Lowndes was "crazy drunk." Lt.
around 3:30: p.m. on CR-200B, one $4,000.No driven by Gary W. Clark, 42. of arrested Wednesday l Feb. 27, and DeVoe reported he saw Lowndes
mile south of Lawtey. O'Brien. The truck slid approximately charged with grand theft. wandering down the middle of road,
A 1978 Pontiac driven by Former County S3 feet after impact. County A spokesman Sheriff's for the Bradford said jumping up and down.. :-
Wilhelmina Jenkins, 30, of Lawtey InjuriesIn Matthew Crosby 22 months suffered that Department Lt. DeVoe took Lowndes to the
was eastbound on CR-200B when a Employee Arrested AccidentThere a fractured skull and was hated deputies Acting on a tip, police station where Lowndes
1972 Dodge driven by Marian in stable condition by Shands recovered two motorcycles taken reportedly hit DeVoe under the left
Elizabeth Puttman, 17, of Lawtey Nothing happened the first night were no Injuries.Jn! a two- Teaching Hospital officials. He was from two Starke men. One motorcy eye. Lowndes and DeVoe scuffled,
entered the Intersection of N.E. loth but the second all-night stakeout vehicle accident: Thursday afternoonin taken out of Intensive care. Monday cle valued at$600, belonged to Edwin' with Capt. W.S. Rhoden helping
Street and CR-200B, striking Jenkins' Saturday netted a former employee of front of the post office on Walnut night. Conway and the other,valued at$400, DeVoe handcuff Lowndes. .
vehicle. the Bradford County Road Depart- street.. Kay Crosby 18. daughter of belonged to Clarence Jackson. Records show that Lowndes had
Damage to vehicles was listed by ment who was arrested by sheriff'sdeputies According to the police repot t, Richard Crosby of Brooker a cut One of the motorcycles was been released from FSP earlier In the
the Florida Highway Patrol as$500 to and charged with burglarywith James William Mcintosh of Georgia, chin a slight concussion and lost a recovered near Alligator Creek and day. Lowndes was serving a term
the Pontiac and $25 to the Dodge. Intent to commit theft and ex- was attempting to park his{ .1978 Inter- tooth. the other was found In Live Oak, ac- from Palm Beach County for posses-
Puttman was cited for violation of hibition of dangerous weapon. national truck and backed Into a park- Susan Crosby the driver was cording to the spokesman. Both sion of marijuana. '
right of way. According to sheriff's records, Cur- ed 1973 Ford pickup truck operated by treated and releaased from Shands. motorcycles The were recovered Feb. 27. Lowndes was booked Into the Bradford -
tis Lee Williams 28. of Starke. Herman Harris Jr., of Starke. Gary Clark Jr., 5, and Shawn Division juvenile of was turned over to the County Jail and bond was set at
entered the road department property Estimated damage to the pickup Cleary, 10, were thrown from the Youth Services on two $2,100. -
counts of theft."Deathwork".
301 Gulf Station carrying two 5-gaIlon gas cans. Lt. truck was $100. back of the pickup truck upon Impact.
Robbed Glen Moore and Deputy Samuel Clark his wife Betty and anotherson
Again Eunice were hiding in a pickup truck Jeff Cleary also sustained In Heilbron Firemen
Happy's Gulf Station on the cornerof watching Williams. The stakeout had Man Severely BurnedIn juries. All were listed In good condi Filming Want Funds .
US-301 and SR-100 was robbed ear been initiated by Leon Ellington,road Trailer FireAn tion.Both Schedule DelayedThe County -
ly Thursday morning, Feb.28,with an superintendent who reported that vehicles were listed as total County Commissioner E.L. (Nook)
undisclosed amount of money taken. gas was being pilfered from county elderly man was severly burned losses by the Florida Highway Patrol. filming of "Deathwork, the Norman has been tabbed to meet with
Two men entered the station shortly tanks. Tuesday evening when his trailer off Crosby was cited for failure to yield prison execution novel by James the newly organized Heilbron Springs
before .4 a.m. and struck the attendant CR-227 went up in flames. right of way. McLendon has been postponed until Fire Department about possible coun-
Robert Gene Sanders, of The records show that Williams approached Kelly Thompkins 78 suffered second late April or early May due to a con- ty funding.
Keystone Heights according to the the pickup truck carrying a degree burns on dn0 upper part flict In the schedule of Ed Asner Fire Chief Terry McCarthy requested -
He arrested Moor Man televsion series star who will have a
was by ArrestedFor
police report. weapon. of his body. He was listed in very financial aid from the county :
and Eunice and with leading role in the film.
charged critical condition by Shands
Teaching but said the Hellbron firemen which
burglary with intent to commit theft Hospital officials. Tompkins lived Drug SaleA Original plans were to start production went into operation March 1, don't II
and exhibition of a dangerous in March and contact was made
alone. 20-year-old Starke
man was arrested want to operate independently of the I
weapon. According to his neighbors Jim and Saturday March 1, for with the Starke Holiday Inn concern. Bradford County volunteer Fire i
Williams in being held in the Brad- ing reservations for actors and filming
Sue Patterson a person drove by and delivery of less than five grams of Department under Chief Harry
BRADFORD COUNTY ford County Jail In lieu of$8,000 bond. stopped to ask the Pattersons if they marijuana. crew earlier in the year. Green.
Court records show that Williams is knew the trailer fire. Starke police called A.J. Dugger Inn manager con-
was on were to McCarthy also requested that the
MIDDLE SCHOOL. scheduled to March 17 in cir firmed the delay saying the last con-
appear "By the time we got out the front Washington and Grand Streets new Heilbron Fire Department be
VO-TECII SCHOOL cuit court on a forgery charge. door there were flames shooting out around 2 p.m. to investigate the incident tact he had with the producers with allowed to purchase equipment at the
and all ELEIM. SCHOOLS Williams was dismissed from the from the back of the trailer" said In which Marklee John Harris two or three weeks ago concerning Surplus Property warehouse south of
LUNCIIlIENUMARCIII0These county road department on Jan 15 for Jim Patterson.He was formally charged with delivery reservations In late April or early Starke.
numerous reasons one being he was said he heard some thumping of a controlled substance. May. Fifteen to 20 rooms will be need-- Chairman Dave Shuford is the only
menus were written by the unable to work with the inmate help, noises coming from the trailer and Harris was booked In the Bradford ed to start with increasing up to 70 commissioner who can sign for
Lawtey Elementary School student according to Ellington. pushed open the front door. Thomp County Jail where he remains on during progress of the filming, accor- surplus property, commissioners
Monday: Pizza, French fries, tossed son's leg was visible through the $5,000 bond. ding to information given Dugger. pointed out to McCarthy.
,and milk. By The moviemakers should be In Starke
salad, banana pudding smoke and Patterson pulled him out. Funding of all volunteer fire departments .
Allison Davis Tonia Parks Valarie Avoiding Animal "His hair was completely burned about four to six weeks filming scenes in the county should be
Jenkins 7th Gr. Totals VehicleA off and his clothes were smoldering. Man ArrestedFor at Florida State Prison after which because of the tight financial stopped situation :
Tuesday: Pork chops mashed It looked like he had burned from the they will move to Miami for additional of the county. Chairman Shuford
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potatoes 4 gravy, string beans. Fort Lauderdale man sustained top down. He was In pretty bad Worthless ChecksA sequences. said. Shuford proposed that each ,
biscuits, peaches and milk. By Evan minor Injuries early Sunday morning! shape," Patterson said. 22-year-old Green Cove Springsman district impose a special fire protection '
Mosely and Jim Norman 7th Gr. when he lost control of his car and The cause of the fire is unknown at was turned over to Bradford tax levy.
Wednesday: Tacos buttered corn. rolled three times. this time, according to Harry Green, County Sheriffs Saturday March 1, Man ArrestedFor
apple craps and milk. By Mike Michael Abel was traveling northon chief of the Bradford County on 12 worthless check cases. IntoxicationAnd
Gowens,Tommy Barnes and Jimmy US-301 in his 1977 Chevrolet when Volunteer Fire Department Jerome W. "Jerry" Davis was arrested -
Muse. he swerved to avoid hitting a small The call came at approximately and charged with BatteryA
Thursday: Salisbury steak, mashed animal. When he swerved, he lost con- 8:30: p.m. and the BCVFD and the count for a 1,500 worthless one check.felony He ...................
potatoes & gravy, green peas. trol, skidding approximately 75 feet Graham station responded.The was charged with 11 misdemeanor 37-year-old former Florida State
biscuits & butter peaches and milk. into the median, after which the vehi- trailer was a total loss. counts for worthless checks Prison inmate was arrested Monday ,
amoun-
By Jimmy Barnes.Muse, Mike. Gowens and .................. ting to $2,885.Davis afternoon with disorderly by Starke police intoxication and charged and "Th love of liberty ii the
Tommy was booked in the Bradford love of others; the love of
let- later with battery of a law enforce-
Hamburgers
Friday: County Jail where he power it the love of our-
tuce/tomatoes/pickle, French fries KLPOA BOARD TO MEET 7 InjuredIn mains. on $4,385 re ment officer. selvei." William Hazlitt t
peanut butter cookie and milk. By Members of the Kingsley Lake Property 2-Car Crash Police were called to the
Jimmy Muse Dit Austin and Bucky Owners Association will meet at
Kite. 10 a.m. Saturday, March 8, in the Seven people, three from Brooker .-
Kingsley Lake civic center. All were Injured In a two-car accident
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL members of KLPOA are invited to attend Saturday at 3 p m. at the intersectionof
LUNCH MENU SR-231 and SH-121'ln Lake Butler.. I

PRESEASON
REGULAR
.,
NOTICE "--
Monday: Hamburger gravy,rice,tur-
nip greens, cornbread pear half
peanut butter cookie and milk. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Tuesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce OEHRHAOEONGAS' ,
Italian salad garlic bread, cheese BRADFORD COUNTY
stix applesauce and milk.
Wednesday: Meat loaf, potato salad. ROAD DEPARTMENT
buttered green peas, coconut pit -
w/whipped topping, cheese biscuit : -
and milk.Thursday .
: Fried chicken Spanish POLICY RELATING TO CULVERTS
rice, mixed vegetables, fruit jello
hot rolls and milk Bradford County Road Department must have
Friday: Tuna salad on lettuce potato
chips, green beans, saltines, but- budget and energy conservation. In serving this Interest -

terscotch squares peach half and the Department will no longer cover culvertsfor

milk. driveways. The Department will Install culverts at

A-LA-CARTE grade level. Responsibility for the covering. Including RRRao BQUEGRILLS

Monday: Hamburgers pizza, French material will belong to the applicant. Weather permit-

fries and milkshakes. ting Friday of each week will be used as Installationday. ..
Tuesday: Hot dogs,
cheeseburgers
French fries milkshakes. advance application for grade level Installationmust

Wednesday: Hamburgers, Pizza be made with the department with a minimum of '
,
Thursday French fries: Cheeseburgers milkshakes. pizza, 5 days notice. Effective, March 1 1980. "
'
French fries milkshakes. This policy was adopted by the Board of County trN4 ;r.

Friday: Pizza corn dogs, French Commissioners March I. 1980. 36.RABIESCLINIC
fries, milkshakes. Itchg .
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Rabies Shots Given Epr CHARMGLOW



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Feline Distemper Vaccination For Cats M04lOGO
This modal' nee the deepeit

DHLP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Lepto and Paralnfluenza) of ell d.the, which>Chermglow glvei It BerDeque remark-
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For Dogs Available At Special Clinic Prices. your steels. rotleeerle hem burner.ainale Big turkey minim or a
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for the current economic woes. Referring to the presidential r+, ; 1
Concerning the consltitulnal primary race Wallace, who Is a y
amendment calling for a $25,000 homeowner with, one child, says he
e homestead .exemption i from school has not made a committment on a
':d mlllage: leviea.j/ Crews ;says he's in candidate yet. Wallace says he voted
I I!favor, of :'anything that, !would, lower fort Jimmy Carter four years ago
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I The special1 'referendum for'Brad- washy." Wallace will definitely not
ford County jealling for a one-cent: gas vote for Kennedy because of his views
N tax to be used for road maintenanceand against defense spending "We are no
building got a resounding ,"NO" longer, the number one power,"
1 tn, a from Crews, who says the gas pricesare Wallace says and this he Is opposed
v Ny high enough as it is. to. ; :
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to just do without-like everybody else age and possibly up. against poor
does when the money is tight,".Crews + health, Wallace says his vote will be a
proclaimed. toss-up between Reagan and Carter.
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gonna I Another area resident, Bruce ,
Earl Dobbs Lester T.Crew 'em," says Randall Chism,' a McRae says he currently has mixed Marie Tilley
; Union County Bradford County registered Democrat when asked if Dave Wallace feelings on both amendment Issues Bradford County
he would vote for either Ted Kennedy Keystone Heights and is still information.
Lake Butler resident Earl Dobbs '"1 despise 'em both, (Sen. Ted Kennedy or President Carter. gathering to the Ex Saying she hasn't made up her
Referring Homestead
culled; himself a "thoroughbred and President Carter)" came He classified Carter as a bumbler McRae the mind yet, registered Democrat Marie
Carter manand' mishandled Another Keystone Heights resident says state Is Tilley indicated she'll have to.'tdlk
proclaimed, the emphatic statement from Lester who has grossly the obligating itself with
without a doubt, he was voting for T Crews a registered Democrat, economy and called Ted Kennedy a Dave Wallace says he will vote"yea" and a bigger their respon- with her husband some more before
future
siblity questioned
[President Jimmy Carter In theIr when asked who was going to vote for "coward." Chism said if he could, he on both the Homestead Exemp- commitment school the March 11 primaries.
to
!:presidential primariesl' -. in the upcoming presidential would vote for Ronald Reagan,saying tions'and the Supreme Court re- don't budgeting." he said."I "I know won't vote for Kennedy
I iCI l' "1 voted for him four years ago andTm primaries March 11. he was the man best qualified for the jurisdiction.' as well. McRae see any who safeguards is a homeowner, with though," says Mrs. Tilley, an

.. votin' for him this time" Dobbs .The outspoken owner of the Rexall job.Chism Referring to'the court system, four children, says although he is In employee at Koch's Drugstore.on Call
/said.i Drug Store on Call Street says if he says he Is strongly in favor of Wallace says many of the cases which favor of tax reductions, there are still Street.
i Dobbs says he's also In favor of the could he would vote for Ronald the $25,000 homestead exemption, come before the Supreme Court to be many questions in his mind which "I think Carter is doing the best he
1 $25,000.homestead exemption amend- Reagan in the primaries, and he said saying it would take some of the tax reviewed should be sent back to the have not been answered fully yet. can and I can say he's .an honest
ment because It'll reduce taxes. he'definitely giving Reagan his vote burden off of poor people.On state courts to ease the burden on the Regarding the court rejurlsdiction, man," she added.
And as for the Jurisdiction come the Nov. 4 election."I the other hand, Chism Is higher court. Too many times, McRae asked, "Are we giving up one Mrs. Tilley is in favor of the$25,000
ment to change the of the might just vote for Ted Kennedy adamantly against the proposed one- Wallace said criminals continuallyseek of our constitutional gurantees" of homestead exemption amendment,
state Supreme Court, Dobbs says the Just to knock Carter down that cent gas tax for Bradford County. to get appeals In the higher having a worthy case be reviewed by saying "Why not? If it'll lower taxes,
(justices should run for their office. much," Crews said. "To tell you the truth, I think those courts. As an example, Wallace men- the Supreme Court? I'm for it."
r i'Then they wouldn't do some of the Crews says he thinks Reagan lathe guys are just squandering our tioned the Ted Bundy trials and questioned In the presidential primary race, The gas tax will get a negative vote
things they do-sitting up"there not most qualified man for the presidential money," said the lifelong resident of ,-"How many times can a per- McRae says he plans to cast his vote from Mrs. Tilley. who says "The gas
thinking about the people. job and blames President Carter Bradford County. son be convicted to die?" on Jimmy Carter for president. is high enough as It Is."







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upcoming presidential preference primary has most everybody thinking ,
about who they're going to vote for to be the next president of she United States.
Residents of Bradford Union and Clay counties were randomly surveyed to
get an Idea of which presidential hopeful will I have an edge. OO
'Voters have a regular! smorgasboard on the Republican slate: Rep. John B. ,: .L Os !
Anderson, Sen. Howard Baker, former Ambassador George Bush, former Texas v F
Gov. John Connally, Rep. Phillip Crane. Sen. Robert Dole, former California \
Gov. Ronald Reagan, Los Angeles economist Benjamin Fernandez, and former
Minnesota Gov. Harold Stassen.

Democratic presidential hopefuls include President Jimmy Carter, Sen. Ed- ,,
ward M. Kennedy, California Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr., and Cleveland Attorney BgKER
Richard B. Kay. AX ..'
Two constitutional amendments wifl also be on the ballot? an increase in the ASS / (
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homestead exemption from $5,000 to $23,000 for school millage taxes. ..
Rep. Frank Williams said he's In favor of the homestead exemption amend- 1 / 000 a '
ment, saying it will save property owners tax dollars. A homeowner with a : .
Gilbert Goldwire $50,000 evaluation would save approximately $168 In-annual property taxes NoMESt oN.X' t,;'
Bradford CountyA Williams said. Williams pointed out the state has agreed to help finance the -
: Gilbert Goldwlre says If, school system if the amendment is passed. I \p"
he coup would vote for Ronald The other amendment calling for a change in the jurisdiction of'the state / %f _----_-
Reagan in the primaries, but as a Supreme Court proposes to reduce the Supreme Court's caseload by introducing
registered Democrat he'll have to a rule by which appellate cases can be heard. Proponents of the amendment say
wait'until the November election. the Court's 3,000-a-year caseload would be reduced. considerably if the amend- ,I "
:rTm: sick of President Carter and ment passes.
what-I think about Kennedy you Bradford County residents were asked If they were in favor of the special .
couldn't print," Goldwire said. referendum on the ballot calling for a one-cent gasoline tax to be used for road
'.Goldwlre is most definitely In favor repairs and road building. The tax, If passed, would generate about $130,000 a ,
of the homestead exemption, pointingout year. That figure ii based on the 14.9 million gallons of gas sold In 1979. 1 ,
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that on a fixed income, he needs *! * * * * ** + .* .
very tax break he can get '
As for changing jurisdiction of should be raised to give tax relief to
the Supreme Court to reduce the homeowners and the people of this
number of appellate cases heard, >country do not have "justice with a
Goldwire says he's in favor of the slow justice" system, Henry said. STARKi I : s'
amendment because It will reduce the Henry says he plans to cast his vote
caseload of an "already overloaded"court. >for Ronald Reagan In the presidential
primary preference. Reagan is a conservative : -
The one-cent' gas tax will get and he wouldn't plan to run K US: 1 /
Goldwlre's vote, "as long a* they for president'' as soon as he was. 646436
don't put It'1 on diesel." Goldwire elected.Henry said.
laughed as 'he' pointed to his
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Union Co. High's Tigers
Kenny Clarkjwtisit't[ 'L a (Eodelmartj !(, 'tlose'Id a'hit. Dwayne:Mallard beatout close to the.500 level by topping Cross '!second: out on a passed ball, taggingthe
show but he was the next thing to it as' an infield chopper to the right side I City 3-1 in their conference opener runner out at home on a throw
Bradford High eased by Union County In the very first Inning but both BHS 'Tuesday night. Tommy Honour up- from catcher O'Steen, and then fann-
'*Tigers 2-0 in the drizzle. Stark. Coach Mike Hartley and Tiger boss !' his pitching mark to S-O with a ed the last man.
Saturday May 1: '.* Joe Register gave Clark an error for 'Ted-hitter. Union had scored twice in the third,
The Tornadoes fell to fate-ahar ing tot fielding the ball cleanly. Mallardwas Honour walked tustone.,while strik- on strange plays. Tony and Tommy
Gainesville High 11-4 Tuesday night picked off and Clark breezed un- l 9ja e*' rIn ing out five and throwing mainly Honour stroked base hits to start the
for their first loss. The 2-1 BHS Club til the fifth when he walked Steve ground balls at the visitors. UCHS rally.Tony scored on a walkof steal
hosts Macclenny tonight Thursday 'White and Dean O'Steen to start the 'l bad lost to Jasper a-4 last Thursday when Tommy put himself In a rundown
March 6. for a 7:30 p.m. game and frame. A sacrifice bunt moved both ,but squeezed past Macclenny 2-1 Fri- and MacclennY hit Tony In the
visits Palatka next Tuesday night into scoring position but Scott Allen day, with Honour getting the win on a back on the throw home. Momenta-
Clark tossed an It-strikeout no"-"' made a one hand snatch of a toweringpop three-Utter. later Len Shipley scored on the sameplay '
hitter at the Tigers only once allow fly in foul ground to end the "We've got to get some pitching with Kenneth Clyatt, the runner,
ing a runner to third base,and knocked threat. b help for Tommy and we'veaot to start at first being hit by the ball In a run
in the winning run to boot. Clark's BHS rapped out nine hits but added hitting the ball if we're going to get up down to allow Shipley to cross. '
one-out single to right-center: In the' just one more score. that in the fifth .there.500.,,Tiger boss Joe Register Barber had the third Tiger.safety.:
third chased Ricky Sullivan accross I when Chuck Johnson who like Clark ''assessed. "Our defense has been our
.
for all the scoring BHS would need. was two for three, singled to center to 'bright spot since Jasper. His club has The Tigers almost came back from
Sullivan had singled off starting pit score Bill Goodge. Goodge had singled Under the Throw Its chance at.900 tonight when it visits behind 4-1 and 6-3 against Jasper...
cher David Barber's glove and moved and swiped one of his two bases. Santa Fe for a 7:30: p.m. game The despite committing five miscues in a
to second on a bunt. Clark added I HIUntoiiC Tiger pitcher David Barber dives back into first base before Tornado first :Tigers also visit Williston Friday poor fieldlnllame.
another hit but his only out in a two- .a.d**. MI sa1 lie as K a a t *e I 1 sacker Chuck Johnson can apply Ihe taf.( ''night and P.K. Yonge for a 4 p.m. UCHS scored twice in the bottom of-r:,
for-three, two steal game was the wfew.WkIM. ((1))'"*O_.Ctaril.. day's hardest hit ball a drive to deep w.awl (M), I-MUM(M), Cross City scored on a single and down' 6-3. Base hits by TommysHonour.
center that was chased down and one- 111..,toritord c,......_._S!..wttfc 1 Ml double but Mallard (RBI) and
in the first Tuesday Dwayne
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handed by UCHS' Ronnie Pinkston. ;;;:.::: Honour never allowed a man past Kenneth Clyatt sparked the rally but.
Clark did give up what was at least first base from that point on and I a pop-up aided the charge with the-.
.. UCHS didn't commit one fielding er bases loaded. ''
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j} J ;f:, _"'.. _1 11.IIU ror. Tony and Tommy Honour both Mallard had knocked in.Tony.
walked and scored on two wild throwsoff .I Honour with a base hit In the third to T.
Untouchable a grounder to give the Tigers back make It 2-1 Jasper and UCHS pulled to--: '
rt Hj Konm Clark In ,.' the lead in the first. They picked up within 4-3 with two>>In the fifth as SieveWhite's
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vr") ; bases-loaded fly to left scored
Y lust Saturday' 2-0 BUS A Insurance in the fourth when Tommy
c win over Union ounly. reached on an error, was moved to Dean O'Steen and an erroi-.off.. .
f The junior allowed no Sports CalendarThursday. ,third when Len Shipley walked and Clyatt's bat scored Tommy HonourMI ,'':: : ;
..
hits and fanned II fur Steve White layed down a bunt and ..:...: :.
RA..aitt his.econdwin. 1 scored on Dean O'Steen's fly to I :
yin March .
i s.m '
Krnn throws heal in Macclenny at BRADFORD baseball (1:") ,center. and =cog MB : I, ..t, "
the a I left and Oak White, Woody Edwards, W._(La). : .: t
Interlachen. Hall and FSIN iwL
yy ''yiy al right. he cflchralf BRADFORD boys and girls tennis it Clay (3:30) hits.Dwayne Mallard had the only Union -Dm O1MOT.ItatouC ""..'..".. .
the final out with a a Interlachen at UNION girls Softball <4> *. MI M a 1's%! .. :.
behind-the-back flip uf s Buchholz at BRADFORD girls Softball <4) struck out Ml M I tit.. ..... .' .
his +* Honour Just one againatMaccenny : ::
Kliivp. w.II"I.
UNION baseball Santa Fe <7M fielders booted .
but his only '
KEYSTONE baseball' Hawthorne (4) chance and David Barber /.y. III Ml a 4 IMl :: :. ..
Oak Hall at UNION tennis (3M> came once on to save the game with ...- .. M* S r".4' .'I..'.Y-' p.l.Qi.lelel .

Friday March 7- seventh inning relief..Macclenny hadi MMn*MMt.nr) .IIMtar41.WMM I..". :.i : .: r
UNION baseball at WUliston (7) i cut a:2-0 lead in half with an RBI dou- : :
KEYSTONE baseball at Interlachen (4)> .::.: : I:
BRADFORD track field at Palatka Invitational (all day) .. .' .
Saturday. March 8- : 1.
UNION at State AA welghtlirtlng. Hawthorne ill) :,:.
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KARATE demonstration Old Armory In Starke (2) Rainbow InviteThe Starts Softball ; .
Monday. March 10- '" -'
BHS Tripped Up By HurricanesBradford Oak Hall at KEYSTONE baseball (7:M) slow-pitch Softball season for start the day Saturday and finish the .
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KEYSTONE girls tennis at BRADFORD (3:30) the area again opens in Brooker this first round with an 8 a.m. game. .:" '.
hung with tough In the sixth BHS rallied back as Chlefland at UNION tennis (3:30. year with Rainbow Marine hostingan Play In the double-elimination '-
Gainesville High (6-3) for 5'. inningsbut Clark singled and Goodge poled a BRADFORD golfers at Clay (3:30) eight-team event Friday and event is scheduled to continue all day: .:
suffered its first loss of the season 350-foot triple over the center fielder's Tuesday March 11- Saturday. March 78. Saturday with finals slated for 8:3O .
when a sixth-inning rally fell short of head to make it 5-4. After a groundoutand Clay & Santa Fe at BRADFORD track Held (3:30) pm. said RM coach Steve Nipper. :
tiemg the game and the Canes rallied Mark Williams reached on an error UNION baseball P.K. Yonge (4> Action starts Friday night at 7 p.m. First and second place team trophies .
for six runs and an 11.4 win Tuesday BHS tried a double steal with KEYSTONE baseball al HIlliard C4'> with RMC of. Lake Butler meeting and championship individual trophies.', :
March. In Gainesville. Williams walking off first. The GHS UNION track field al Trenton with Bell. O. Hall Cross City Gainesville Tire. Host Rainbow are on the line.
The Tornadoes play again at home pitcher ran straight towards Williams BRADFORD baseball at Palatka 7M Marine takes on Guynn's of High Spr-
tonight. Thursday, March 6, with but Goodge broke for home before KEYSTONE track at Jasper (4> ings at 8:IS, Starke Truck Plaza Did you know that the Office -
junior David Sparks due for his first any throw was made and was an easy Wednesday. March U- (Water's last year), meets Hogtown I Shop sells wall and
varsity pitching assignment. BHS target at home plate. Allen beat out BRADFORD tennis sit UNION Co. (1:30): Rollers of Gainesville at 9:30: and the floor safes
visits Palatka Tuesday March 11 an infield hit to put runners at the corners UNION girls Softball at Newberry (4) Orange Park Stan and Lake City
BHS spotted the hosts three runs in but GHS got out of the jam with a
the first as starting pitcher Scott strikeout."It 000-0............................ 1Ump' 1-- .
Allen, making his first start after illness .4.
walked four batters and gave sounds funny when the score Clinic Set f ..,.. .
up a double before being relieved by was 11-4 but I think that one mental
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error probably cost jis the game : ;
- Kenny thrown enodgrrtiat Clark. "Scott: d]i just ohtlCmnM'rHartley t hasn. uatdretU coach Mike Hartley;tflt'M"jifst" .oj!r The clinic for umpires for Starke's Itlhvl,>nl" ) .... ,,....
**|T something ''juniors' and' 'adult Softball and youth baseball: 1.':
has been set for 7 Moo-
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leagues
Clark shut GHS down and the Tor- sophomores (no senior starts for p.m.
day night, March 10, at the Old Ar- .
nadoes forged a 3-3 tie In the fourth as BHS) are going to do. but we're going .
Bill Goodge homered to right center to learn from things like this. With mory. All umpires who have signedup \
with two on at the fenceless GHS our young kids the way they are I and those interested in calling :. :,1:
park Goodge's shot a 340-foot line think if we had tied it up then we .games should attend. Call 964-6792.,. 001.'
drive into the alley cleared might have gone on to beat them." .
Parado. who had singled, and Clam GHS pulled away in the bottom of I
who reached on a fielders choice.The the sixth, smacking five of their eight FLORIDATHEATRE '1
'Canes took the lead again as Rich hits off Clark for six runs. "After that
McMillan crashed a two-run HR into sixth inning Kenny just started
the same gap Goodge had hit to put throwing the ball up high, and they
the hosts in front 5-3 after four. started ripping him, tarfce-9S4-5451 Saturday n


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Karate Demonstration .




Saturday in StarkeOrange



Park karate Instructor 2-hour sessions Tuesday and Thurs
will be in Starke Satur- day nights starting at either 6 or.:30
day, March, to give a demonstration p.m., if enough Interest is shown.
of the anclentart of self-defense to the
public at the Old Armory (US-301) Instructors (probably two black
Pak demonstration, a promotion belts) from Pak's Karate of Orange
for karate classes to be taught Park will teach the class at least 10
through the Starke Recreation people enroll. Charges are $15 a
Department, will start at 2 p.m.and Is month with a uniform cost of 2080.
free to all. "This Is something that The type of Karate is Tang Soo Do
Starke hasn't seen In a long, long (the art of hand and foot fighting),
time, If ever" said Rec. Director which emphasizes foot fighting.If .
Keystone Heights High's Baseball Indians Cheryl Godwin. Interested call 964-6792 or come by
Are front The karate classes, for men and the Rec. Department at the Old Armory
: row: left lo r'8hl' Clark s' vall, Kim Boslick. Scott Slormer. Second row. I.to r.. assistant coach Bob Smith, Eddie Dyal.Chris Prichard women ages ease will be taught! In to look at a brochure.
Scan-Bannon AH Mike Orailano, Grady Bostick, Dale Furlong,Greg Sapp, Scott Greg Prlchard Jeff Smith. Shawn Prichard, Sam Sibley Scott Harvin Jeff
."!?'' Stone, Jim Gruenwald, Kenny Jennings, Coach Rodney Nelson. ,..,
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20 Indians Bash Interlachen 153Keystone ;:'.','i.'I'f" .,



Heights High's Indians "We're gonna Improve because a had walked and Gruenwald who had 1041,111 M/1.,",b.d a....Pol""'",..... '
jumped'itli over a weak Interlachenclub lot of these guys haven't been around singled. ....::....5.2.. ....-. .. 5..r-w '. $1" I. Co ,atr
for a 15-3 five-Inning win Tues- long" KHHS coach Rodney Nelson KHIIS committed just one error to
day afternoon and will J take a 2-0 said Tuesday night. He was talking Clays five. ".** 001 lies t I
record anto road IC_, 450 m x t
a game atHawthorne about starters Just out from basket r t
H I I W, OnxmnM(I."). t.N..1(HI.Ml .
today Thursday. March ball. Nelson said his top two hurlers k/.A.Aw M I ...- a.IM.k.N.A4_
6. 9V3JS juniors Grady Bostick and Clark n n I for. _, Ad-, a.... ._ a. O...
The Indians, who edged Clay High Stovall will get their first starts this w., -.1)( -enl I.
7-5 )last Saturday In their opener, also week, Bostick tonight, and Stovall
visit InterJ chen Friday and play at against Interlachen.The its,. P+ Jr
home Monday night at 7:30: against Indians opened their season on .
Oak Hall before visiting Hilliard the right foot dealing Clay High (2-1) Tornado Season .r"I
Tuesday's its first loss Saturday In Keystone Cage
Last game was a laugheras with a lineup that Included I r ( s
Interlachen made eight errors to sophomores Adams. Prichard, and
help an 11-hit KHHS attack and the In- Bannon In the infield in the stead of
dians plated five In the first five In varsity players just out from basket Ends With 70-27 Loss
the second and four In the third. The ball.

offense made junior Scott Harvin a ___ _
winner in his first varsity start. He "Those three really did a fine job" An embarrassed Bradford five BHS led 12-11 briefly with iw: leftin
surrendered five hits but walked none coach Nelson said after the first win. went down 70-27( to Live Oak in the the first period but the Bulldogs
while fanning seven. Junior Jim Gruenwald also got his preliminaries of the District 5-AAA were on top 19-14! at the end of the lie Flies With Ease...

Jeff Stone was two for two with two first varsity pitching win, going the Basketball Tournament last Thurs- stanza. BHS was outscored 11-1 In the Song KI Pak, and he'll be In Stark to demonstrate Karate Saturday afternoon.
RBI', Chris Prichard was also two distance and surviving nine hits, day night, Feb. 28, at Santa Fe Com second period as LO led 30-15 at the
for two and Scott Adams and Scott three of which were infield bits. munity College In Gainesville.Live half, and 18-4 in the third period as LO
Stormer had two ribbles apiece. The Indians jumped out in front Oak was dumped by Santa Fe increased its advantage to 48-19. A
Greg Prichard, Eddie Dyal Sam early, with a four run first Inning fuel- In the semifinals but it was 22-8 fourth period difference completed KHHS Boosters Meet Monday

Sibley and Shawn Prichard also had ed by two Clay errors. Adams' two Gainesville High School ((20-8)) that the runaway. .. .. .._
singles while Scott Bannon walked run double scored Stone and Graziano took the top prize, advancing to Coach Sexton inserted his reserves The monuuy business meeting ofthe demonstrations, as well as a "flea
twice and scored twice. and and a throwing error off Jeff Reglonals with a 53-44 win over Santa into the game with 7:09: left. On the Keystone Heights High School market like" sale on the football field
11 sparkling defensive play along Smith's grounder cost Clay two more. Fe (21-7) Saturday night. Defendingstate floor for BHS most of the fourth Boosters Club will be Monday, March by local merchants civic and student
the, way-was provided by second The 'Devils cut the gap to 4-3 by the champ Ocala Vanguard ((19-13) period were junior Steve Marks 10, at the high school cafeteria star- groups. A special garage sale of
baseman.Dyal: in the fourth Inning. fifth Inning but In the sixth KHHS knocked GHS out of the playoffs sophomores Eddie Thompkins andChuck ting at 7:30: p.m. All members and treasures" and "garage
Dyal ranged behind second base to tallied three runs. A bases loaded though winning Region 63-56 in Ocala Williams and freshmen Em- those Interested In promoting high goodies'!' will also be auctioned off.
backhanda shot up the middle groundout by Prichard scored Clark Tuesday."We mett .Watkins and Ben Tankard. school athletics in Keystone are urgedto The day will end with a 50/50 drawing
planted-( .and threw the man out at Stovall and Chris Prichard delivereda Williams,Tankard, and Watkins were attend.To for a cash pot from Booster ticket
first to take away a hit. two-run single to plate Bannon, who played Just cine quarter of brought up from the JV for the tournament be discussed are plans for the sales expected to exceed $500.
basketball said Coach Mike Sextonof game. up-coming boys and girls basketball
the Tornadoe's end to a 2-23 season. Kevin Miller led BHS with 10 points awards banquet and "kick off" plans Anyone wishing to reserve a boothor
Numerous floor mistakes, getting out- and 10 rebounds. for the Booster Bazaar, a project needing additional information
; UIO positioned on rebounds and shots that .HI (17)0 M4llh .-... ttanlHM, M.', Milter<.!.>., planned for Saturday April 12, to should contact Ann Hemme, 473-4062
Keystone Indians Baseball Schedul.DATE went in-and-out of the basket gave the ,...... t-J.J. Mn t..... -........ I-IJ. T MbII717. benifit the KHHS athletic depart- John Harvin. 473-3011.or publicity
advantage to Live Oak, which had ment. The first-year bazaar is to Include director Dick Jennings, 473-2784.
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DAY OPPONENT TIME PLACE; already beaten the Tornadoes twice PMry UVI.OAK>.-.,.((7e-a.|..1.11.1.22."T. "1.". PftofMH t1.-Ih.n l'lPMfclM l4 C. a. full day of athletic events The Booster Bazaar will be held at
Mart: :::::::: Thur. Hawthorne 4100 Away this season, the last time by a slim 1..-., WINtoM' ....1, toft ....., Brawn O>|.|, O..... music a special band concert, judo Gary Cooper Field. from 10 a.m. to 4
M.ra! Fri. Int.rl.chan 4100 Away margin.The ,.*.. ,_...-,..... exhibitions and novelty dance p.m.
Mar.10 Mon. Oak Hall 7130 Nome
Mar::u.. Tu. Hllllarel 4.00 Away

Mar Mar:' 7 Thu." Newberry .::.. 4100 ..Ay\JA6; \ ', Both BIAS Ten iis 5-3 .. .
.{ G.ln.svllle : 4100 Home f/.Ii' '{ I.. ,... ; Squads "
Mar;3s Tu.. rkeMarI1 tMlfltlr'l hw 7130 \ f .

Fri. HIIII.rel 7.30 Home '7"""I'i"'" For the first time this season _.............
Mar.:24 Mon. Hawthorne 71341 Home 1.1. neither the BHS or girls tennis .*..*..MttMfc(P|M.$* M.tffm(I)"._
M.r.rA' Thurs. Lake Butler 7.30 Homa .. boys OJ. -' (") ....TI04. It..N(., .... .Ak.d/. .
?F" win in weekis
Mar-29: S.t. WIIII.ton teams could muster a a .-0((14').MM***(r>)d.1. WI.kk. 01.
71341 Home f<, ;' A' Palatka edged both squads 4-3 4..M..I >HII-$IM ((0) *... "" ........11110... It.Kmnm .
Mar.-J1: Mon. Victory Christian 7130 Home ruesday in Starke and GaS topped .ftiUft. (a).... II.>..-C.."I.am .
Apr.s: : Tu.s. Clay 7.00
Away the Tornado boy 5-2 last Wednesday.Both .
ApIIE: Thurs. Starke ..Iw1,04-awe, Nd-0
Ap .:*: Tu. West Nassau. 4100 71341 Away BHS squads are 5-3. 11.01.. ..-...(.,....v.........._..(')_...
.31: Away The absence of number one man ter..1. Sakwdl(I))M. 0-00-./-aid(.,d-5. _
Wad.
Ap Victory Christian 3100 Away "1. Olffft m. _K.S .
and (V)
A .::1:1: Fri. Baldwin 71341 Home Chub Johnson (for a school trip) d..M-w ........_(e,.... vkI...._h..1.....
Ait: Tu. BolI.s two girls out with Illness hurt against .I--(P)W.. -OnmnA *.>.
A.... J: : Fri. Lake Butler 7.30 7.30 Away Away. Palatka"and we can't seem to' win ....-clod"f(t)....T.f, "! of the important close matches -
I some
A.-I1: I Mon. Gainesville 71341 Home : am..-2
Lt .x TueBaldwin 4100 ," said coach Jerry McGriff. .$01--m chub Joh._ (a, ... n-w .... N, c....
Air; IJI Fri. West Nassau Away Craig Sapp did claim two wins ((0')*.!.PraM 1*((5.2)).N,5,011.01.4((0''''.MN.,.
IS 7130 Home against Palatka for the boys and 6.4 II-,41.v((0)) ... "'-41.74((4th w-h((0'.....
] Mon. Newberry 7130 Home Janice Jockel twice for the Lady .AkIe.. .. 14.41.74.
May 2 2 = District Tournament Thurs., Fri. won 4..tUll -Iwft (a) *... ItoM.CwMl *.r,
may K-: ..:: Region Tornadoes.The 0wk.lwd N-dq((0') d....PraM-Ptafm <.0(..!).
May p .. Sectional ;Tuesday Tornado Winner Tornadoes lost 5-2 talent-rich (43)165."W41. ) ( )

may 1s. 14 State Thura.Friday. "rl" Bradford's Mike Jordan totaled 155: to win the 165 pound division against Gainesville High's JV Wednesday McGriff, :
Baldwin. Feb. 27, but as coach Jerry
said, "It was a lot tougher match than

';1 that score shows. Oak Hall Visits'
r "We lost three tiebreakers and the
Tornado Lifters Best BaldwinBradford's one three-set match (though Eddie UCHS Tennis Teams

Winkler won a tiebreaker In exhibi-
I GOLDENOPPORTUNITYSAVINGS Tornadoes won all but Mike Jordan Allen Scott Bobby tion play In his first varsity ap- Union County High's boys and girls
one weight class in outlining Baldwin Martin, Michael McDuffie James pearance)." tennis teams host Oak HaU this after-
Uol9last Wednesday. Yeomans Danny Hildebran, and Johnson won his singles and combined noon on the UCHS courts. The boys
Ricky Griffis took individual victories with Sapp for the BHS wins. enter with an 0-4 mark while the Lady
ON BRAND //, Today Thursday, March 6, the Tornadoes 'In the BHS win. Tigers are 1-3.
lift at Gainesville High Schoolin SHI 4t*B........19 Oak Hall disposed of both the Tigersand
a dual meet that was scheduled '114.? Pitman(hi''.... It*AO-N4((0)) '*..'.*-*,.. Lady Tiger boys 7-0 Thursday
CASE TRACTORSAs after a planned district meet was ... Mwita (Is) iw.inr.. Nmni (a) m.nt'ta.SIO.ir0400l Lady Tigers Feb. 28.Carolyn.
I wiped off the schedule. Today's meet 144., V..w... ((5)) 211.175all"I.kl.d (I:): Griffis won her numbertwo
144. imijmm IM-lll-4Mt 5.w-.N
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Is the last tuneup before the slate _........ ....101'_((0)) ........_. C.n-11((5)) singles match 9-8 via a 5-4
s AAA championships set for Saturday, ,............ 1I4.It OriMI.,(la) 140-IH410. HWVHMt Nab 8-Inning WinThe tiebreaker but that was the only win
March IS. ,(sat ....--. UCHS could manage as the Tiger
s Lady Tigers of UCHS opened boys fell to Cross City 7-0 and the girls
,
VCass dealer! wo "have MM kind their softball season with a 10-9( eight- were downed 6-1. Henry Curry was

af We prte*culling e you'H the like prIce bMt.low ol/every Case low, (cwj affirm i BHS Girls Lose 10-6 Inning decision over Lake City last the closest to being a winner.for the

c tractor by hundreds(or mousamrs..maybe) BHS girls Softball team second.'as' the Tornadoes Tuesday In Lake Butler. boys, falling 8-4.
I 01 dollars How much depends: on !tie model to a rocky start got off Lady committed Leading off the bottom of the eighth Pam Richards won her number five
and your bargaining ikill. These are the latest Oak as they bowed to Live three errors, inning score tied Rhonda Scaff singles match 8-O as the Lady Tigers
Case! tractors-ottered at some ot!me biggest 10-6 at Starke's Westside( Park. Shari Hankerson was the big stick slapped a single up the middle and whitewashed WIlliston 7-0 for their
discounts ever. But you must make your purchase Tuesday, March 3. for BHS as she went 3 for 4 and scored all home winning
raced the way with the first victory.
during February 1980. See The Lady Tornadoes will play > three runs. Linda Sawyer had two
us run when the ball got by Lake CI- Ibtat C...IHt. ,.WWliM t
now. ..and gel the deal ol a Mellmei Buchholz in their next action Thurs hits and Janet Williams stroked a ty'a center fielder. :' Hnliii O..>l lUlnll(UC)....WIM, --.....Can*"
i IonS great new Case. day March Sat Westside homer in the ... ... .
Park. .two-run fourth inning. OHM (UC) Billll* nn.myH.a (UC) ''
The, girls fell behind 1-0 In the first With the score Live Oak the UCHS goes after Its second: win at 4p.m. IMMk.1 .... 4MM HM (UC) *rf. ..fc.,l.. .... P.M
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8-S1' .
Inning but today. Thursday March 6, at 'Uliliiiii(UC).... -... ....
came back to tie It In lhe'bottom 1 Lady Tornadoes loaded the bases In
home against Interlachen. They to 4.I.MIII HmmH_ (UC) 44. *iallOHtml>
of the frame then Live Oak' the bottom of the sixth but were Newberry next Wednesday. go t.1.a- >.r-Mill (IK).... -lu>.....<...
erupted for six runs in the top of the unable to score. ,

"I thought we were cut of It in the
bottom of the seventh with one out," GatornationalsMarch
UCHS i coach Randy Register said
r;; 64- INSULATIONHOME after Tuesday's, win. The Lady Tigers 1316The
trailed 9-7 with just two outs left but

Page ,McGlll, Dawn McDowell and Gatornationals drag racing
April Hunt stroked consecutive weekend in Gainesville Is Thursday
singles and Pam Carter's groundout .through Sunday March 13-16
e.w.awe'a........:::0g brought McDowell across with the tie- Tickets are available now at P.O.
Ing run. Box L, Gainesville, Fla. 32602 (Mail

,.;. $1 for postage,. and information' at
g '.. i ... Carter was two for three In the 377-0046.
afea. ,ylt/ebnitiaveina.. game while Hunt was 2-2 and on base General admission will cost $4
::: reIrfl1rwaM .: : t tour times McGill was 2-3. Aon Bid. Thursday, S3 Friday $6 Saturday,
........ .. .lt/oaealaMeSk/ i ,: c"" >1 -
=='s: fSrdilktuoat"tM w dix 2-4, and Gall Rogers 2-& with a and S13 for Sunday's finals, with pit

Call Glenn Polk Or Joe Fimbach For: Further Details'At I I: COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL ,two-run homer that. 'put .Union up 4-3. passes S3 for Friday, Saturday and
jti we INSTALL in the second. Sunday. Reserved scats are SIS Saturday
,BLOWN: HIGH R' FACTOR CELLULOSE
; and S20 Sunday at pitside
INSULATION NEW OR OLD STRUCTION': JWe'.wera so nervous :to start I .Includes pit passes), and SIll Sundayon
a ROBEJt.rS MOTORS We Also Blow Insulation In ,Exte IO :,Wails Qf! ''thought we were golnl .to give It Children admission spectatorside.

.q: Existing' Frame Houses.. L ., ,.?>. away," Register' said. ''We made under 12 will be admlU
FREE ESTIMATES GLADLtGIVfH" '. ;' .'. three straight errors and they scored ted free with adults Into the general
AND EQUIrMENT INC. I. '" three runs in that first Inning before admission seats
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Ticket orders for 'the drag racing
knew .
'we what hit ..t.
I 2373 S;W;::hp{ flood- Galn'es I WIe{ Fbrldefs 2608\ '.\ ON HEATING. 964-6956 -r ONtytc a this extravagant year, boosted are reportedly by reports way that up

Phone: 372.8823 .or 3784306 DEAN : <> t 115 .es .'all >t w 1IYM Houston Oiler quarterback Dan
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Bradford High's boys and girls eo; .' \"'' \,:;''.,; .', .'.. track and field II. ''' '..\" '.,11 "'" and Santa Pis for
teams will be hard- >> '. "1\ ''" ",' High a 3:30: p.m. trl-
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: -i. 'I u
to produce 'tMl l" ,, << tmeet: Tuesday, March 11.
pressed a more exciting : I, ,: I. r r "1 \.
I10me,. meet than they did Tuesday ,,r al ) j .
I } with e.id. ,d..n
\ ''I wM.44. on )
afternoon (and as both boys Over at 5-8 ; .1 i f .
fore ,,:1'1. ; : : \ ; ..on L.r.r1.t.Mrw.J.y.I >
and girls waited final event, .'t' r. .,.', ,;.r ."'1\\"t' M P... MM (II ..... -'. (C'), Alton 11-91 ((11))
the mile relays to clinch victories Tornado Junior ./ 1i" ..Iv.5436 MId'M (5),5FTIe.al..or .
: over Ocala Forest and at the Steve Marks sails over S5.. (p) ,-. 551.6.. (C') 12s4. ow-4 (I)
., Jasper .. ....
'5-8 In the MM Alto I. ((5)) .11.
.BUS oval. : high jump ,' ...Ir.a........(b) 14.I .., : '. ,1 "
1.
\q.( o '_-.. The Tornadoes led by a hair over' 'Tuesday. He mimed ,, 'I F p. 5156. JIM" 0.s ( ) w, IMiri '.._. ((1iIt-I\"Y\
4.... .. ... .. class AA Jasper, 81-60. before three times at S-10 and Th.w.(5)( 55.
\ power ....f.d Ilium(In .:174
:: ::111II''' 'i'..' the gun starting the boys mile relay took, second place. ,\ '-1..1.v-" )* "-((1) .7.

and the quartet of Barry Thomas ask 60-) ...,.J.w.M.JA..n(y, 2s.4. .
.' "f' '.' Jonathan Johnson John Bennett,andRichard Mt MHm toXtk. (a), fl.., Owrtol Pnttr.Jas),ii.whie" ",..],'

'.' ,I Smith turned a 3:40.1 to outdistance M.kdd((4 ow.w 4.4.11, C,)". I 1s.d. ..... ((1') fnS.6iowMr, ;
the field and 44.5.(I) III.... .. '.,t
provideand '
margin of 71-60-97 over IMHIU -.t mlfcHM ((6)) II.M. tony 1k..vk, .|*)
Forest. t.... WWtam(I) "...M.M. ttan.f(C') Ir, _
1 seem $10666-i (') 44.t. w.-. j jr.\.
The BHS girls led 6340 over OF MMN. =(6)44.5. ..,
heading into the 4x440 but still had to _MMter(r)6.4. *. ClMH Jnm(I).'...I..':3 ff
finish ahead of the Lady Wildcats tor 5.511". ( ) 11.". .._ (C') Ibll, 00....

the win. They did, taking second '. ,. < ., :::-a.Mrap.Mill .44.1.:e.'M..... s..n.nl.(60';;,.T.

12. behind Jasper as Louette Smith who ., ..4 MLMM,HMteft HOTtlM., ,5/44 M....., Mm. ._...!)
had won the 440 and 220 earlier,smoked : ...., S74MI6.
an anchor split that had fans on the .a.6. oftill.d,....,,144..4411144 Jetb...
Mm 1mm.a1Md! fc.li)>i4*.I, taw I,a.,.,(
infield
buzzing. No split times were ... .
MU -- MOM llH *ra i4 (IMra FA..Ly
available but guesses were that the ...." -.MhO'S-w.N1.C.10......,4 Wfy.. ,
sophomore had churned out her first :
w .
.
sub:60 second S..dI.d.'01.-"W.J.M.r75 ';4
quarter mile. BUS
1555 J..er._w-dr((1'j.' )O" s,
finished on top with 72 points to ,.., .....:
.Umm>l N. (J) ''-'' T ((1)) WI Rrpr.r
Forests' 63 and Jasper's 38. ( ) is-r, IWOT WMr. (a l ..... ,
"My girls just showed a lot of deter- L JL % m ii Afci ?: J*l8r. f:1 MM 51.15.PMI M.rl.w pMtmOT ((6)) M.*. Urt CMpNI. -filletDtaani ; J t:)

mination after being behind almost Mlrt.il riMmM(I)1 WI.4.n....(Pair,*(..
the whole way praised girls coach (')M"io. ....ciHwM M.,.. ;..; ....0
Grover Howa d. "I give a lot of creditto lift IM.n.S) ,
UK Uimt Imnk I: ..*. fl"* M
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milers Griffin .
my Tiffany and Carol
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441 !..."sold(a) 41.9. "Wmi
Hildreth. Carol ran three distance tl.m Minimi((5))..M. Cw.l HUfrMfc(.)a.a.o H
races and did a super job. I thinkwe're ..,, ..t Helping ".H, JiKV_....(i) I IS.. ..; .-i.
starting to see some of the Hand MIHI' Stack (f) M.',Jirfr Hmtwwn((5)) HA, ?..--.
rewards of the work we've done the BUS trainer Bradey Mltol.7.jZ.OrlW. (s)(:nr', Glr.lx11..111.!N\2111I I'

last year-and-a-half." f Mltol flltaf 0_.(f) 10,". COT MMMk(I)MiA
Both boys coaches Ben Moxley and Greathouse provides 44* *..... 5.11.In..'. J.yw ..... .N.rd (WNMI.C .
Malachi Henry, noted that the long just that to sophomore _. 4_. 554411. 55.1/1.14. Judy ___.'_
..
roster they have ((48 boys are on the .. k her Louette 220 win.LoueUe Smith. after Mu.6. +r=. ....... rm#..4 (KMimr .: NdIl.M..M. / .
track team) has made the 1980 Tornadoes Nrl t .SSd11.44... WllllMK..-.\fi.Nn{ ).OIia .
a much stronger version. also won. the MIN. M.Mry.1..525 4 ..*. tanlTwM.wa. r. mm,
Danny Hildebran took both hurdles 140 and anchored the I..6..00-ME. 25.11.44. Immy wllll.n) liM.. rBHS
"" $
w
mile relay. team that '-'htJ
wins for the Tornadoes while Marian
A Bear on the BoardsThe Puttman won both weight throws and gave the Lady Tornadoes : ?
offensive rebounding of Irvin George, number 12. was the spark that lit the Griffis came up with two distance r. the win. Tues Golfers-w, -
)
day.
fire under UCIIS' Tigers last week. wins for the BHS girls. .g :
Here Irvin follows up a miss between Indians Eddie: Dyal. 21. and Derrick Both the BHS girls and boys are to Drop to 0-2 'I .y6I6. n.7a

Carr. 53."We. run in the all-day Palatka Invitational '
Buchholz' Bobcats outplayed the
Tornado golfers 162-192 on the University -
of Florida course last Monday

Took it to the Wire"Tigers afternoon,' dropping BHS to O-g'ftlth
'
the loss. : .,.
Tornado Joey Herres tied ,<'*!u''
Buchholz players for medalist honors
Fall ShortA of CrownJackson with a three-over par 39. Richard
4
Gaines shot 43, Richard Smith 54?And
Barry Thomas 56 for BHS. sec

team that won not disappointed, I'm just (seven of 12 and 15 points) The Tornadoes visit Clay High for a..
regular season we lost," the Tiger nestled in another layup to make it match Monday March 10. .h -?
hardly fits the mold of said. "Nobody thought we ever 59-52 with 42 seconds left and Irvin :-..... .-.. ;' --.. .
contender but Union have won this thing but we took George's follow shot with 26 ticks on Lawtey Cubs '
Tigers 1-19 for the wire. We played a good tour- the clock clinched the win. tilOJ lr 3GJJIY : ..
(P J (! ; ;
within seconds of The kids are looking forward .......... .. Start Baseball ;
District 6-AA title at year now. I really feel like this KHH8.- Chris.ii.Bdi; ;; OO..ii Irvin ,- r ,- :. ___ '/1 *,.
weekend. "We took It over. They know they can George for game scoring honors with K,The Lawtey Cubs semi-pro baseball 138 E. Call St. \ Starke Fla. 964-6890
noted a proud Tiger something and I think 16 and hauled down JsVjKboundstor team la starting !its Spring baseball \ ;
Ross. work harder next year." the top board game ot tile tourney. de training today, Thursday March 6, Own '
UCHS, which came Tigers shot just 38 percent Bodisco hit eight of 10 foul shots to with sign-ups. (,,tarke's Bakery :
points down to fight off Interlachen but stayed with lead a 18 of 22 KHHS foul line effort. Anyone interested in playing y
62-56 Friday, gave by winning the board war Keystone's second half collapsewas baseball with the Cubs should come ,
terlachen a Highland backed George mostly the fault of off shooting! -.9 out and sign up. Practice will run \ HOT CROSS BUNS' i j
over Jasper in the other ) rebounds. of 26 (35 percent) in the second Half from Monday through Thursday each F
all it wanted before 19 of 63 (30 percent) for the game. week at 5 p.m. For more Information .ot" '"
4 In Saturday night's UCHS hit 27 of 62 (44 percent)",. contact team captain Willie Brown :Llt'splaat1me grim!J-c '
:
the year 2-20 while Semi a Shootout ItaMte. W II II M .. 964-6986. between the hours of ,.. ,: 1__ c .: :
's semi's started auspicously taMttadlOT It r 14 II : aUitlM 7:30-8:30 .
out 9-15. p.m.GettI"1
blew Tro C.- *. *.!. I*, t. jMktal *. .. O.._ 14. .I
out
Interlachen ((16-11)) Jasper's Wftita S.W_.. J.M TOfAUl, ISM... 1 I
Region III-AA title, second game was far from a l UH. lmi,.Astor I. ;".. <>***>.5.H>W<*.
Nassau (17-9)) 66-52 fllMl." ....0...... ...,....
home. Heights led through all of married this Get
Spring
awls<*. 1* 14 IS I* Atiii.n.
half one that featured pa- ". f 11'. 11 MMM your wedding'Invitation' Iran the
The Tigers hit working the margin to ( C.-: .ill mi I*. I. O..rM ... ..+lt 14.II. place where they know how to 1OOWant
the break Derrick Carr w.bb .MWw. tOTM M k
fell."I'm on two >41
relentlessly and take of noels.
11105..II1 I. Corr ... C'WMV ... ..,11.41116. car your printing
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Rams all the way In ...... '. J. mmi 4,nunni ,. .0'.....M ,14-u w. The office' Shop. 110 W. Call St.
matching four corner point play ending the third
coaching chess match. upped KHHS' lead to 44-38.
15-10 after eight Dyal scored on a layup and was
22-21 at the half and with two seconds left. Dyal : .
la know the best i
stanza's as Irvin George his three point chance but
rebounds) converted the rebound and scored *
e to I
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reason buy a
bounds into buckets. point play as the period ex r I : .

With 46 seconds to VICTOR from the Office:
down 44-42 and had fourth period KHHS went to a ;

wanted to win it or to protect the lead but suf- Shop? '" .
overtime, we a big blow when Dyal, their
remembered. "I was scorer and a ball-handling 01
my last timeout fouled out with 6:34: left. It was 1 "' Because when your
was gonna be on of when Dyal exited but a I I'machln.

deals." And it was. full-court press sliced the breaks down
down rapidly. With 5:27: show- ,
"We wanted to Webb drilled in a 17-footer
Jackson(10 points for ) two UCHS steals to put the (8 wa'll. give' you a
the lane for the shot; up for the first time since the loins
for the three-point play 4746. Jackson's steal :

his last-play made It 53-50 with 3:21 to MODEL 100 .. :'f'
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didn't go though and Union led the rest of the way as ;
triggered off three shots didn't find the hole. "
final half minute- none two more Indian turnovers .. ,_ Mill ::1

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I Indian Coach : Electronic Printing Calculator ;;; r

e Combination calculator and machine
adding
"We Lost Our Composure5"I'm r ise

Easy to operate with minimum training .

still not sure why but we Just Dyal fouling out was a big part of It. in machine
fell apart" KHHS coach Ron Brum- People say. 'well lie only scored six Adding keys separated from calculators .
mitt said of his club's loss to Union. points' but they don't realize how -minimizes operator error.
"I'm not upset with kids though, valuable he to
my was us, especially on "
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ed hard for this. composure. It wasn't the press that ... Accepts drop-In ribbon cartridge for. fast. V.
did it. We just threw three or four bad '
"I'll tell you a lot of folks are sur passes down In our end.,.we just froze neat. and,easy changes.
looked about Lake Butler, but if you up"
at their record and who they Brummitt also served as tourna-
played... well they just played one ment coordinator and that facet of the
whale of a schedule. They and In. weekend pleased him. "I thought the Available for only $13900VICTOR
terlachen were well prepared for this tournament went real well. The atten- ,
tournament. Both those teams were dance was good and except for that

ready to play when it counted. Interlachen-Jasper game, which surprised DA H ", C E
"As far as our game I think Eddie me, we had tight ballgames."
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HOMES HOMES PERSONAL WANTED

rOKRENTi Trencher, compactor TAX SERVICE Individual OPPORTUNITIESOWN FOR RENTPALMS

cement mixer, FOR SALE FOR SALEMOBILE SERVICES ZOO SALEGET
) washer lawnmowers returns prepared. Call Tom PRICES PAID for used
pressure YOUR OWN
,Beard at 4733910. Ztchg highly mobile homes II APARTMENTS Furnished .
tillers, other mortgageIs YOUR COpy ol the
3/6-3/13., profitable blue |loan or LAKE CENEVAl 200 ft. HOMES Why pay' REMODELING. BUILDING. 3/4
paid OLIN'SMOBILE efficiencies and
,leerderso auto and construction 3-FAMItV OARAOE/CRAFT fashion shop for,$16,000 lakefront lot In Bradford more? Buy direct from fac > REPAIRS Now kitchens, HOME ortincore. BR 1 Bradford County Telegraph
SALES weekly
looll. KEYSTONE RENTAl Call anytime: Fashion with ranch tory. Large selection ol 24 baths family rooms.Bricks, opts. or mon CENTENNIAL ISSUE. We
SALEl. Clothes boby Items, County style 964-5606. Open 7 days thly. NEW FURNISHED
> $. -Hwy. 21 North,
Flair, 1-704-733-4048 block still have few left
concrete. Fireplace a copies
,14.12 wide COMMUNITY
books crocheted brick home. 2 BR, 2 bath weekly TFchg STUDIOS monthly
cameras only.
"7,.2'195. TFchcj:
Itpd 3/6. specialists. Grlflls Can'strucllon. In the office. 135 W. Call
NEW HOMES FOR SALEl Two goodies, etc. all SR.'00 on 2,166 sq. It. with op.nd.ck MOBILE HOMES SALES. US 2313 N. Temple Storke.
Phone 473-2109 WANTED Mobile home axles St. Don't miss out on this
and dock. Will 301 North Open 9 to dusk
porch TFchg
Immokatee Road.
3 BR. 2 both CH/A, under Friday- 473-2378.. TFchg and tlr... Will pick Issue I 102
up.OUN" You'lIg. pagesof
I Phone
to 6 Sunday KITCHENETTES
-construction. Cloy' County. Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. HOMESFOR sell or trade for commercial SEWING MACHINES MOBILE HOME Ono BR

Two BR. 2 both heat ond'olr.'Lbfce 473-3375. llpd. 3/6. property. Clyde W.Slmp.on 964-8741. TFchg REPAIRED All mokescleaned apartments, pool TV AC pure Brad/ord/ County
9645606. 7
NEW HOME AVAILABLE SALES. Open utilities Included. history' for only $1. TFpd
SALE a Co.. 1119 Totally
Brooklyn, finishel" LAKE LOTS FOR SALESKeystone oiled and adjusted.
ADAMS BUILDER, Heights. Barnett 'Bonk Bldg. NOWt Forest Heights, 16 SIO. Work days" a w .k. TFchg furnished. Weekly monthly FEEDER PIGS for sale. Phone".

Z-4470. Eves 473-2056. Beautifully wooded lots on LAKE GENEVAi 100 ft. Jacksonville, Fla. 32201. West towards prison. 4 BR. guaranteed. James CASH FOR COINSi Gold. rates. TEMPLE MOTEL 964-3718. Itpd 3/6.

Itchg 1/31. clear sand bottom lake. lakefront lot In Bradford Phone 3566849. 24 he.. 2 both plenty of room, Strickland, corner MorganRd. silver sterling, dental 880 N. Temple Ave., HMEROCKi 20 yd. semi

Wilt BUILD QUALITY Good terms or discount for County. Restricted for 1830 12 60 THREE BEDROOM. 2 stucco. Call Bob Harris, and Hwy 16. TFchg gold GF scrap fewelry optical Starke. Phone 9647357. loads only. ALLEN E.

HOMES your 'lot or mint. cash. 1 to 5 acres with nice sq. ft. one story homes, bath mobile homo. New 964-3311 or 4733133. 2/21 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Irqmes etc. J.R. Bull- 9/20 TFchg. TAYLOR. Lowt.y. Phone

$20 per tq. It. Inspection trees overlooking lake Sell or exchange for commercial AC and electric furnace. on 31chg 3/7. SERVICE Bradford residential Ington 964-625O TFchq. MIMOSA HOME PARK MANOR mobile MOBILE homesand 7823172. TFchg

welcome. ADAMS In Storke. 230 ACROSS FROM $45. Commercial ROUND BALES OF HAYS
from $3.500 $500 property private lot In country. pump-outs. $15
BUILDER, 473-4470: eves down$50 month.Commercial Phone 356-6849. 24 hrj. $ .OOO. Phone 964-8162 HOSPITAL 3 Br,. 2 bath, and industrial. Fully MOBILE MOVi AXLES"andwheels. spaces for rent. Phone each. Phone Arthur

..473-2056. 2/2S 2tchg 3/6. lots on SR-21 North ...nlnq..' 3/6 Jtchq 3/13. family room, fireplace, licensed. Phone Top price paid for 4682912. TFchgFURNISHED EFFICIENCY Gasklns 782-3140 or

RETIREES SPICIAIl 2 BR 2 available. Owner separate dining' ,room 964-8121. TFchg "like new" condition. APARTMENT 782-3497. TFchq
fantastic kitchen. available 90 Low HORns HOliNG. Phone 964-8331. 1/24 exceptionally
feath days. Trimmingor CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM
Salesman. 4734375. 2/22 Union Cot clean well maintained
over 1500 tq. ft. In enclosod tlnchg. !mfcy Timers SSO'.. Call Bob Harris, corrective work. 12 TFc.hg newly refurbished SI4O ,radio turntable, solid

area with gorog Corner 964-3511 or 473-3133. 2/21 years experience. Larry wood Mediterranean
month. hone con.
FOR SALES Two
acre near per
Call Bob LoFoltettO, Starke..
lot. Low $40' 31chg 3/7.
964.B151. Call collect. sole cabinet small record
SR-IOO PERSONALSERVICES
near Keystone
Harris, 964-3511 or FOR 964-6273. 12/13 TFchg
SALE 100 WEST
near oportmonlcompleM.
Heights. $300 down $61.88 3789837. 1/31 rln storage, Mognavox. Needs
"73.3133.2/21 3tchg 3/7. One lull 3 HOMES BUILT remodeled orrepaired
acre.
HELP some work p.rl"llo.do-
DEER SPRINGS 4 BR. 2 both per month. Phone 4734058or BR. 2 baths fireplaces kitchens THREE BEDROOM furnished
great room
fireplace, ono full acre..Over 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 3 BIOROOM.2 bath home plumbing and electrical home on Crystal tokis.carpeted it-yourselfers. S25. or best
2.600 plus sq. feet on 11/3 llreplaco. two car garage. WANTEDINVITATION oiler. Phone 782-3330.:
1/3 .
tfnchg.AMERICAN work. Phone Wade
1500 sq. It. $1500 63/4 High $40'.. Available 90 deck no pets.Adults .
-down for qualified buyer. LEGION BINOO CUSTOM MADE acres. percontassumable Behr. Building Contractor Deposit. Phone TFpd.
Ayears days. Phone Bob Harris,
ojymont under S300 Highway 21 north Saturday DRAPERIISiFreeestimates. mortgage. lawtey. 7823973. TFchg. TO BID Competitive 473-3581. 2/21 TFchg BASS BOAT 156" Collins
old. On SR 231. Call 964-5511 473-3133. 1/31
month. Available 90 day. .7 p.m. and Sunday.2 Local or CARPEMTER, specializing In Sealed Bids will be KlnJGSLEV lAKEl Furnished Craft 2 pedestal seats,
496 2968 alter 6 2/14 .
'Phone Bob Harris, 964-55) p.m. Public Invltsd. tfnchg distributors for completely' p.m. 3tchg 37.SARATOGA remodeling, screen rooms, received In the Department apartment. 2 BR steering console, live well
chgTFN.HOVE HEIGHTS 3 BR, sun decks. concrete and Phone rod locker. 2 old
or .473-3133. 2/21 3tchg 10/18 washable nationally' of Health and private dock yrs.
FOR SALE:3
3/7.' SEWING MACHINES advertised Gordsette bedroom I 2 bath home, llreplace block work. Phone Rehabilitative Services, 964-5391 days, or 964-7788 storage, fully carpeted 35
2 bath
EDUCE SAFE a FAST with "Due to Divorce" Beautiful Draperies. SW Enterprises. stone fireplace family room 2 acres with, $ISOO down available In 6 964-7816. 2/21 4tpd 3/13. District III Office. 2002 nights. 2/28 TFchg. HP Evlnrude electric start

Cases Tablets a E-Vop Singer Future Zig Zoo One Ed or Loma completely fenced completely weeks. Other plane, other N.W. 13th Street. 4th RENTERS II you can pay rent Mlnn.I
"water: plll". Andrew of Singer's finest stretch Stephens. 496-2219. carpeted. lots. Phone Bob Harris CARS TRUCKS' Floor Gainesville Florida. ol $195 to$250. you can afford w/foot control depth

Drugs, Keyitone Hit. 3/6 stitches, buttonholes, 3/I/79TFN. dishwasher. Coll 496-344O. 964-5511 or.473-3133. 22i31chg 32601 until 3:00 P.M. April to buy a homo. Only r.cord. anchormato.

21pd 3/13. REASONABlEl Small treat 37.BESSENT 2. 198O for approximately $1,000 to $1.500 down. drive-on trailer. Excellent
monograms, blind hems, S55.000. 2/28 TFN.ItEiTRIC 1977 P-1 30 TRAILER SPECIAL
Poll FAST EFFECTIVE weight and limbs cut or trimmed. ROADs Near 230. 5.104 square foot ol office Special financing for MID condition. 2695. Phone
Still In Sold PORTABLE
etc.
warranty. AT A/C excellent
.control, take Super $549.50 balance due Reasonable ,at... Call TYPEWRITERiwIth' manual Fantastic 3 BR, 2 both sundeck 400 V-8 ,AM/FM radio space within the city limits DLE INCOME AMERICA. 7823660. TFpd
new condition.
Slenderlte Capsules and month. Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. return. Elite, type Includes fireplace two boy ; of Starke, Florida. Optional Phone 964-5533 and see II ELECTRIC MOTORS S HP
PS
$129 86 or $13 per locking axle. PB,
."water Andrews 1/3 TFN. Can In
Eyqp pills" Middle SSO's.Available Full Service or Full you qualify. move
Will take older machine as, cosa. Excellent condition. garage. chrome recreation mirror; Heavy duty' single vacuum:
: Drug Keystone His. NEED TO BUYS II you need to 90 days. Call Bob Service less Electrical as soon as you are approv
C S125. 431-1114: offers control 2 HP motor, Both run off
p.m.HAIIDWICK 1001.0'011.
Visa speed ;
3/4 Mad 3/13. part payment. or buy a used truck or any : Harris. 964-5511 Lease with occupancy not ed. 3 and 4 BR homes
2/28 TFN. or
220 volt. Phone 964-5307.
box, heavy duty battery
accepted. ;
KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Master Charge type of Chevrolet call-John 473.3133.2/21 3/7. later than November 1, available. 2/28 3tchg 3/7.
II.I Freo delivery. To see, call 'GAS 3tchg sliding rear window; tinted 2121 4lpd 3>13
4BR I bath 1354 sq. Faulkner Leo ChevroletCo. 1980. Desire two ((2)) years TWO ROOM APARTMENTand
STOVEtlO-12 old. 12 H 0 MOBILE HOMES 1972
years coolingsystern NURSERY STOCK FOR SALES
I 'tot. Ready to -eyeI" credit collect .. Jacksonville. glass: super housekeeping .
targe' manager lirm 1 lease and two((2)) year' rooms.All
Looks good top burnerswork 2 BR, 2 i bath stove, 2 fuel 42
; gall. Citrus on trifolato root tar
.
: Phone Bob Harris 904-376-4467. Tfnchg 214.SPRING 721.1880.217 TFN. renewal option. utilities, also sleepingroom.
' 2/28 BUIIOFIREPlACEStReasonoble. oven not working relrlgerator AC. com tanks. $4,300. JamesGasklns. Come cold resistant. Peach
.944-5533 or 4733133. $ALI Gallon site Will needs Interested Bidders may to Underwood
new controls. $3O. pletely lurnlshed. Includesmicrowave 964-8336. TFchg. .
Motel 3 miles North pear, persimmon, nectarine
2tchg 3/7. azaleas, $1.50: gallon obtain bid forms and bid on
Call 431-1279 alter 6
p.m. beer 1973 3/4 TON 4 W/0 FORD
.1.., $4 All types Call for estimates.25 yearsof topper, conditions by writing or US301. guovo gropes, fig
Tues.. Wed.,
;CARPENTER WORK on or Fri color TV. for w/7x8%. steel box. ono
Ready living.
greenhouse plants and experience. Call Bob calling the Facilities Services 2/28 TF.FURNISHED. blueberries, anno apple
Remodeling work, kitchen Itchg 2/28 Phone Behind bwner low mileage. Excellent
hanging baskets Low.'. Bryant 496-2152 after 5:30.: BLOND POOOLEi One darling 964-6133. Department of' APARTMENT 8-10', dorset opple"4'-S',
condition. will
Or
,cablo.tt and trim TFN 2/28 Bradford Motel. 2/28 2tpd bedroom AC.
Azalea Farm on SR-IOO little blond male, Health and Rehabilitative ono carpet azaleas, camellias,-hedge
pup. trade for tractor
w/equip-
carpenter. Reasonable Florohome. Phon.659.2201.4IchIl36327 LAKE BUTIER CHILD Seven weeks old. $75. 3/7. Services District III, 2002 Come and see, It. 407 W. plants, junipers palms,
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at CARElunch snacks and Contact py. Elisabeth Mann 1 BY OWNERS Completelyremodeled ment. Call 964-5307. 2/21 N.W. 13th; Street. 4th Jefferson St., Starko. Itchg shade trees, many more.

1473-2477. tfnchg 2/7 \ fenced yard. Bring your mile north of LB on SR-Iii. 3 BR. one bath, Mad 3/13. Floor Gainesville, Florida 3/6. Roses on Fla. root stock.
!too REWARD For black and CASH FOR GOLD Sterling child by 521 SW 13th 3/6 Itchg. Family Room, Fireplace, 1971 CJS JEEP 3 speed 32601. TWO BEDROOM DUPLEX, O.C. Carnes Nursery 23

whfl.[ :'lemal German diamonds ,Jewelry, coins Street. (Shows Sub Div). 1974 OVER-CABitruck Screened porch Central AM/FM .stereo radio.Phone lawmileage. The Department ol Health carpet refrigerator, .'ov.. miles SE of Slorke at

ihepherd. 7 rno. old withed and dental gold. Will visit 2/28 2tpdREDUCEsafe camper good condition, Heat& Air, Nice Corner Lot 732-3281.$5700.2/21 ? and Rehabilitative Services No pets or children. 124 N. Florahome. Hwy 100.

collar and red name your home and lost with clean. $700. Stove, In Saratoga Heights 1021 Danny. 3tpd reserves the right to reject Myrtle St. Phone 964-8O82. Phone 659-2165. 217 6tchg
3/6.
M,. Rlttman. .376.S235'1 GoBese Tablets and E-Vap all Bids. $165 monthly. I Itpd 36.
>og.. tost In Melrose area refrigerator and porta. W. Pratt St. Phone 1974 DODGE CORONET station any or 3'13.

2/IO. Answers to nameconit CASH FOR SIlVEK-hlghast "water pills. Andrews potty. 496-3292 after Sp.m. 964-5639. Available Now. V-8 new State ol Florida Department NEW AND USED FURNITURE

... Call anytime175119O. prices paid for odd pieces Drugs, 225 W. Main. IB. 3/6 Itpd. 3/6 Stchg 3/20. '. tires weagon radio AC. PS, P8 of Health and and appllancts. Porch

1 2/7 tfnchg and sets ol sterling silver- 3/6 2tpd. 1978 GMCi Pickup truck. THREE BEDROOM 2 bathhouse AT. Call Steve. 9&4-62OO. Rehabilitative Services, FOR SALEFENCING rockers. BARGAIN

II SALEl 1973 Oldsmobile war..-Tea sets, trays, plat Good condition. II Interested single garage, now 2/28 2tchg 3/6. District III. Joseph W. CENTER. US 301 South,

VtJelto; Royal 88 PB. PS. AT. I....'.'c. $125 per poundm1nimvrp.Soc9nJyVJndJS RENT call 4962408. 3/6 under construction 1974 CHEVY 4WD pickup. Gllllam Facilities Services 9646679. TFchg

-AC. hitch less than 60.000 ,..,. FOR llchg. Stonework on front. On J'acr''r.sr'bn ''At AC' PS, PB. with new Phone: 904/377-4242 Ext. All kinds hog PIUMBINO ..FIXltlRES.wlnldowsV :

'", V... Original owner! N. Main St., Gainesville.- sEwimamAcHthi-k. Wino fTodd, '' Inspection sticker.--Plrione. > 2O8. 2/2B 2tchg 3/6. wire;'welded wlrie. barbwire doors', ,
"r""fO" "" 373.873jvand'37TJ'74'2STWill MACREFIElDt, OnOSR124.Contact : MACHINIST Capable ol wood chain link ; pipef.plot
;
2/28 3/7.
SO-475-1641 ltpd316 964-7419. 2tchg
Molly Dougherty "Due to DivorceBeautiful behind hospital. $43.900. reading blue prints and I 10.000 other Items now at
Used wheel chair visit home. We 1974 CUTLASS SUPREME free estimates. MANNING
"! SALEl your 493-2449 (evenings) or 22 Singer Future Zig Zag. Oneof Phone 4681918. 3/6 2tpd making own layout. Day Bargain Center US 301
FENCE CO., 4734822.
also and furniture AT. PS, PB, radio
Assort- buy AC.
: $125. antiques
: ar& .walker '
,. stretch 3/13. ,
live Oak lane Archer Snge finest and night ." It. Longterm South Starke. TFchg
and used T.V. fin 2/7 clean. Runs good. $895. Keystone. TFchg
32618. 3/6 Stchg 3/20. stitches buttonholes.monograms backlog. Excellentbenefits. SIX WEEK OLD hall poodle
Phone 4681853. Itchg 3/6. HAYS Bahia or Allsia. Larry
I tubes and tube tester $50.f .
FOR SALE) 26' Airstream, blind hems, PERSONAL Interviews Monday puppies. One black two
TWO VOLKSWAGEN dune LaFollette. Starke.
f 473-t$4a. 2tchg. 3/6-3/13. fully equipped $3,200. ClassifiedAds etc. Still In warranty. Sold ... one fiberglass, thru Thursday 1-3 9646273. TFchg. beige. $15 each. 1085 Neil.

COMPLETE:: HOME 4751641. Itpd 3/6 new S549 50 balance due with roll $373 lor p.m. or by appt. Aero Court. Storke, alter 4 p.m.
I iI-INTINANCE.. SERVICES. one cage. SKI BOATS 16 It. fiberglass,
Repairs.P lake
FOR SALES 1972 Nova 'GetResults $129.86 or $13 per month. both. Phone 964-5381. Itpd Corp. City Airport 73 boat. 74 Mercury 65 HP Itchg 3 6.
minor electrical minorJTpbjmblng Lake Fla. Equal Opportunity
City
rebuilt AC Will take older machine as BABYSITTING In my home: 3/6. GET READY FOR SUMMERIScottsman
good
engine M/F engine, gator-tilt trailer.
employer
pointing.5reasonable
port payment. Visa orMaster located between Starke 1977 MERCURY Grand Marquis 25 lb. cub.Ic.mak.r .
tires, clean. $1.100. Makean 3'6 1500. Call 964-5764 daysor
free 2/28
2tchg
rotes. and all 301. Small handicaps.
Charge acceptedFree lawtey. with red interior : $125. PHone
oiler. Phone gray
475-2487
5 .. 481-3706 MIDDLE AGED) WOMAN! to 431-1640 after 8.00p.m.
..lImal. or 374-8785 after 6 Avail. delivery. To see call Infants to 5 yrs. Ellen Mar PS PB Power win. 964-8690. 3 6 2lpd 3 13.

S Melrose alter S p.m. 2tchg. 36313.DRESSMAKINGt p.m. Career Position credit manager collect, tin. 9647145. 3/&.. 2lchg 'dows and seat, tilt steering operate small restaurant. TFpd BRAHMA BULL! pure bred
21chg.
CHAIN LINK
Phone 964-7184. 3/6 TFchg. FENCE
t 3/6-313. WE; OFFER: 3/13.
2'14. wheel electric door locks. real 5 old.
'JOST Black Alterations, -A c._.. iMt |wt .| 904-376-4467. Tlnchg ACTIVE REAL STATE SALESPERSONs material. Do It yourself gentle. years
DOBERMANl mending tailoring. .......11.......,........1b.0 BINGO Moose)lodge. Every AC, cruise control AM/FM Good commis.sion and .. 'Installation Phone 782-3292 or
| female, hod gold collar ....*..,..... Thursday night. 7 p.m. One 8 track stereo. $3,995. saw 7823784. 1 fad 3'6.
$ Keystone Heights, Melrosearea. .. .. block from Intersection of schedule and ample available. Free, estimates.HandyMon .
! l-yoar-old. 473-7045 or ... _.11". .. INSURANCEMAINES Phone 964 8369 after op.m. TWO ACRES with, complete
J 473-428O.: Itchg. 3'6. 4732903. 2lchg. ......_h''''n''... 100 and 10OA. Public Invited. tchg 3/6. floor time. Ralph Bryan Fence Co.
36313. .--...........'''' Come one, come all. PINTO REALTOR. 964 8788. 3'6 964-8559. TFchgWATSON' trailer set up. Bayless'
Adult for childcars MUST SILL 1979
WANTED .
If went to really work INSURANCE AGENCY 3113.MANAGEMENT. Highway. Rt 2. Box 102 A,
HOME FOR SALE yew 2tchg
'* ) ly owneron Itpd 3/6. IALL VI. 3door. all glassthird $ HOUSE OF
and .
housekeepingalter CALL 473-3254 160 S. Lake Ave. Lake TRAINEE! Starke. Phone 964-8308.
Lake 1to TREE TRIMMING and
Spring cut VACUUMS brands
door high M.P.G., Many
school. 473-2241. Butler. 496-3978. CompleteInsurance
2.b.doam. I both : Reasonable rat... High earnings, excellent 3 63tpd3'20.ONION : .
36313.REGISTER. Service. TFN ting. automatic: transmission ol new vacuums. Used
c Itchg benefits lor mature PLANTS Texas
storage building. parch MQBItK HOMK EVERYONE IS INSURAftlEl. Phone 964-7364. 3'6 2tchg tinted glass radial tires, fringe machines available.' Ports
Starting salary Grano. 2< each.Leon Starl
well. Swim. ski. llsh. SERVICE POLES Immediate coverage by 3/13. AM/FM radio. great opportunity persons. and accessories for all
; $173 to $250 per week. 782 3310.
EXPERT TAX SERVICE Individual ing. Lawtey
39500. Owner will phone. JOE USHERAGENCY4962126 to own a sportseconomy Phone 376-5811 for vacuum systems. 404 NW
finance. 473-3151. tlnchg. or and Corporate car. Call '964-S826 Itpd 3'6. appointment. 10th Ave.. Gainesville, llchg 3 6.

3/6. 496 2903.TFN returns filed. Also monthly or 782-3397 3/6 Itpd. phone 3767110. TFchg
service. SEWING MACHINE)
bookkeeping 1971 CHEVY VAN 302 Auto I SRIC-A-BRAC SHOPl Just
GAS AND OIL la It * 20O Phone 964-6918. 36 Stchg brk. "Due to Divorce" Beautiful
AMP Trans power st a j I opening. Hwy 21 North ol
FOR SALES No down pay" ft Ar Is 1e Ar BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete 21.00O miles. Excellent : Hts. Ceramics Singer Future Zig Zag. Ono
Keystone
SOt S. TfctMkiM Sf.964 ment.' VA financing AANTEOi'Mobile) homes to. sharpening service, .circular cond. S380O 473-7104. 3/6 I plaques dolls. Indian, of Singer's Iln..'. stretch

'. :- -"" FHA--8 percent down buy. t. hand carbide, 1#chg. I Jewelry other ,Items. stitches, buttonholes

'. ""- 15 years financing Cash for used mobile chain, nrawer blade hollow .1976 FORD LIDs 2 door. AT, Phone 473-7042. 7'26TFchg monograms, blind hems
Lp Bottles available., homes. ground and balanced AC. 49OOT miles. $2,495. .'e. Still In warranty. Sold

& Also good clean used We pay top price. leave Jackson Building Terwlllocjor Motors phone ] new $549.30. balance duo

mobile homes. 323-3607. Supply. Starke or Keystone 964-7200. I 3/6. $129.86 or $13 per month.
Motor Homes Filled * *' 1t. 3281669. tchg E aVACUUMCLEAKERS
East Palatko. Mobile Home lor 4tchg. 6-3/27.. His TFchg { ,,1979 CHEVY PICKUP! Diesel. BIRCH'S Will take older machine a*
FOR! SALE Looking ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
wholesale. Worth.M. Soles. mobile, home? Ar It It ArBlEAR.T.r. AM/FM cassette, tilt port payment. Visa or

East Palatka. FL. ;-;:. wheel dual gas looks pw.pow.r IPM PEST CONTROL Master Charge accepted.
fit Tim '. MM, 32i3607.41chg. Special new 12X60. S7.995. Phone 964-5148 946582.,
328-1669. door locks $7,49S. Free delivery. To too call
Delivered and !
tottarln \ 3t6327te set-up. l TFchg"NOEONON"O Terwlllegor Motors phone 964-5534 credit manager collect
$300,000 Inventory '0
>
a I
*,, * ; 964-72CO. IIch1l3/6. 904-376-4467. Tlnchg 214.
.
choose from.East'Palatka WATERS 1977 OLOSMOBIIE Omega.4 is Pest Cwitrolr :
Mobile Home dear AC. AT, 40.000 CtiO" 0

Sales. miles. $2.US.'
41 eUUDOZINO Terwllleaar
JZrtUlyrRobirts 328-169. 3253607. ile59ALIE I .Mature, inane ..-..72OCJ,

4tchg. 317-3'27.' .*Bulldozer WorK Itchg :3/6., HOPP TOPP Well3rilling

,21 '* IN * Large or Small .1976 FORD HANCHIROi AT, a.. Buys
AC. CB radio: 16.000 mll s.
L *'Land
1t Used Fill" In The Country
MOBILE HOME S3,493. Terwlllegor New. Used. Rebuilt TRUCK 3" Thru 6"
Ponds' Motor, 964-72O9.
Q64-7828 986 N. Temple phone
INSURANCE.HOMEOWNERS Mobil Horn*. chg 3/6. Klrbys. Royals Fast Rotary
WILBUR Filter Qun.H.r. .
1979 '-'50 RANGER PICKUP.
":**. ASSOCIATES! 24 14 & 12 ,WATERS 1 AM'FM cassette, cruise .. Eurekas. TOPS Drilling EquiPment

POLICIESAT control' dual gas tanks WE FINANCE .STATE-LICENSED..

:: Weekends and Evenings Cell Wides.You'll.Save'. ago W. Madison' St. Slarka fiberglass' camper top Export Repair Service Extra Low Prices.

Richard Roberts.'".1S95 Judith Flynn'"-31" REASONABLE RATES. 0948725. Bus. 6493. TerwlllegorMotors Blnee 1B97 Cary McCollurn! PumpnN
964-M39 Palsy Illca.t44-4S79 --- 994 8941 Home phone 9647200.IIchg .
Ar 7s iviobiie'Home ----------
f4ifirili4n9ford! ..."-,.14 ,. William Canon.....-.704 JOHN BROWN 3/6. Al Yang's 1-591-2314 & Used

L_.., .n... .944-8704 Lucille Sprit. .'U.'4 JO Sales 3 MI. Mann 30 i
M lnloch Fla. salespartsserviceEZTerms
Waters'64- M'B I ,
::s.- Key .Call 964-8913
FREE QUOTES
::SJ:*: !.' ; C FILL Be WEROCK.

. "SxL:: : I*** BUTLER Phono'964-51808 -

,:- :V Call 496-3014'after' hours E/alno/ M. Olin Agent IS, Hwy AK SEPTICTANk'Ik'S'fAifATI0NS PlumbingN
-.- w 4
....... '" ..' '. .
:"Beverel-- two bedroom homes.SloojjeSbedroemlierne.1 .- -'t J .Is al..,.

: ;! ..'', "f.Lt., Call CaaDIM BHOS. ,964-6750 '

>11twoot 2 bedroom rentals,-, plus.. 7 t.K sic! .vwoitt. .reslden.. THEHA.1"Your IDY MAN but ,tlltf-*.ft RemodelinG Repair

.
,oJ. 'I' _
'
:;::;:; .,. .
-.-- STARKIINTOWN[ 'I, JM Help ing Hand" ', ; Call DurrancaPUMP
/I< v:
:;:: '' Fill lilt
< ,. "

:vWvir.I I filcot boolroomlid; '...;.,.0.i',,:;....*, .\ t''J.: ., .,.'OJ". "You Name II:, We Do Itl"ristalleds 'I.AMKLEAIIMI.1 1 .. .3.' CIIISEY' \
'
Vle. .ely 4 bedroom home" Large.'Or SmallJobsi FAdditions .0. &

*Nit selection of 2 bedroom".homes.STARK11 .'f 4.rl.'l ... ,." :H' Carpet & Vinyl I It Rep irecl. .. ? r......" Hgbj. 473-2063' .
i.
.: :; SUPPLYCOMPANY
.., : OUT OF low" f I ,,:.. 'Limbs Trees: Removed DozerWorkFoUndations., .. 8O Veere Experience i

Jf, 'M fJ .?{ 'Remodeling '
.\It l' 'JX Lawn&: Maintena tic a *
,Beautiful 4 e......'".. Cou'rj Club. '

*Weeded lot et Country Club. -X;DocK Construc lionK. Additions! 'j .- 'I Garages 864 N.TempleAve. ri

*:3 Bedroom brick. on SR 130: lostst from
to
,
2 bedroom on SR 100 West.44we Let Us Ct,an And Readyr Top Soil ground .

- .behind Prlmlllvo Beptlsl Church; I Your Rental 0 Weekend- _00. Cottage 4 or any reasonable Starke Fla.:"*

*Several MH on large to... Steve Jim JIMMY MXmiN 964 5230)

Many more too numerous to tnenttanl Cell us today 478-104. FREE ES1 riMA TES75.237 Flat__so Available'I 964-70611








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I Tigers 3rd Behind New TrY: in..Suwa nee : :". .7:: : ;/ .



.
Newberry's Panthers made Dewberry 'Is their balance they'vegot

themselves the team to shoot for inSaturday's a lot of good lifters" Tiger poach.

state class-AA welghtlif- nql j .Lanier. Clyatt admitted after the

ting championships at Hawthorne meet. Clyatt figured the Tigers wouldbe

High as they won five of eight classesto In the hunt for the Suwannee title r I li 1

walk away with the Suwannee Con- but now thinks the crowd around the'

ference team title at Union County state trophy will be even thickerand
'
High last Friday. ills Tigers should have at least a shot

The Panthers piled up 63 points to at grabbing the hardwood. /

surpass Chiefland ((46)) and the host "I think we ought to.be right Up I .r NI Y '

Tigers ((28)) in the meet that always there. :The good thing about the state J 1 ;

serves aa a good. preview of the state fw ; ; meet Is you ve got a lot of other people

strength test. Hawthorne came in tot helping you (by knocking lifters from

with 28 with Williston notching four rival teams out of points) Clyatt

points. Union Chiefland and said. "Wakkulla's got a lot of strength State Contender'

Hawthorne split up the three classes In the same places Newberry does so l'ainn ('u. IIX pounder Dean O'Slecn has loUIrd in unit will bt> In I lie f(1)41)
Newberry lifters didn't take with those two are going head-to-head." flir
point at I he state I \ mect.woeT..a.s. .
Tiger Tim Holmes setting three new Clyatt said he figured the.top three
Suwannee records (of 12 busted Fri conference teams j
day) and school bench and total Newberry. -----.. Mil tea Motets (UC| .... OnkM (C)"44*. Orm
Chiefland, and his Tigers, along with .Tltev M.Yq (W, )_., I) fin y_ILL (UC)Ml. !
records with his 205-220-513 win at 132 Wakkulla and possibly Interlachen .1141 Rear w..... (N') 1M. ....11'.. (H] all KIITMMMII Ida .... OM_. (H') U>. WIIwK (N) .... MA*
Holmes outdistanced the runnerup by Suwannee's He'lLTII.r figure to top the state list. "That's all (,UC| ,..... I) SONY HONOU (IK)M*. O" 70 pounds."They're. Tim olmr.,...i (O W.l IM tat e.C.,1.(N)all.WIIHM,.(M|(II,CtAVroU
<0"N't.l PASSeS(ue).N... (|RICKY CAonON(tIC| MI. 1
strong the thing about board with his W total win at last weekend's conference meet. llh
Ny..M115.wN (N) "', JMM(I") W.hinMl
(C)4,..

.Ml, C.M.l...(N') in tl.m..(NI) 305.M4 (i'
(M. CURTK losses (UC).... i
. Nee l r- '**' (C') (...JIMMY NORMAN(UC)(M(
4 M (e) .

OBITUARIES. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '.. .. .n. ._ .. -_ -_ .H_ H. .HUH. .- ___. __ H- -__ --J- U. H U U H H. U ,'_ 'U +.Y .f
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Walter E.llolloway Mrs.Mary J. Starling Mrs. Agnes S. Meenws Meeuws, who diajLjoMTamiary 1980. grandchildren. 't

Walter E. Holloway age 64, died at Mrs. Mary J. Starling age 66, diedin Mrs. Agnes S. Meeuws age 78, died Mrs. Meeuws was a member of the Funeral services were held at 11
his home at Kingsley Lake Sunday In the Geriatric Center In Green Cove Park of the Palms Church Novo
the Bradford County Hospital in Keystone a.m. Wednesday! in the Park of the you thaughl about a :
Feb. 24, following a sudden attack. Starke. Monday. She lived 'at Springs Sunday morning. Mar. 2. Heights. Palms Chapel, with Mr.:John Meyer typewriter gift forg/ajfuatlonT( : I
.
Born in Thomasville Alabama July Born in Scotland Nov. 19 1901 Survivors include: two Leo Robert and .. j5tTf
Kingsley Lake. sons, and Mr. Mojonnier officiating. Buy now r .Iv.l a t + :-.
29, 1915, Mr. Holloway moved here Born In Starke,-April 22,1913. Mrs. 1I.frs.'Meeuws moved to the U.S.A. In Daniel Meeuws of Little Neck, N.Y. Interment followed in Keystone refund. Th. Office Shop 110 W..t ,t '.

over 20 years ago from Crane, Starling had lived most of her \life in the 1920's: and moved to Keystone and John Meeuws of Huntington Station Heights Cemetery with DeWitt C. Call SI., Stark. Fla. II

Missouri. He retired In 1975, after 21 the Starke area. Her parents were the Heights 10 years ago from Hollywood, N.Y.; several brothers and Jones Funeral Home in charge of the J '

years with the DuPont Corporation as late George Johnson and Deborah Fla. She was married In 1932 to Leo sisters living in Scotland; and four arrangements.
an electrician. Mr. of
Holloway was
Blume. She was a member of the Pine J
the Baptist faith and memberof ,
was a Level Baptist Church. /; .
the Masonic in Crane "
Lodge '
Survivors Include: her husband. '
MissourI.


S.sister Survivors Holloway, Mrs.include of Flossie Kingsley: his Manucy.wife Lake Maggie of; one St. four Rose Volley sisters Marie L. Starling, Hardee Mrs. ;Amy one of Newberry Wilmot daughter.of; YOU .MAY HAVE' MISSED THESE


Jacksonville Mrs. Nettie
Augustine his step-mother Mrs. Eva Simpsonand
;
H. Martin of Mrs. Violet Underhill both of
Pensacola.
Starke and Mrs. Bernice Bellender of GREAT
OPPORTUNITIES
Funeral services were held at 2:30: Denver, Colo.Funeral IN LASTSUNDAY'S
p.m. Friday, Feb.29, in the Chapel of
services will be held
today
DeWitt
C. Jones Funeral Home
Starke with (Thursday),.at 2:00: p.m. in the Pine
Rev. Mike Anderson of
ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake Level Baptist Church with the GAINESVILLE SUN

Cemetery with Masonic Rites. pastor Rev. Roman Alvarez of -
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ficiating. Burial will follow in the

'Wolf Turner Crosby Lake Cemetery with arrangements

Dolf Turner, age 82, Lake Geneva, under the direction of CLASSIFIED SECTION.

died Monday after a long illness. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.

Born in Alabama, Mr. Turner was a
former resident of Putnam County for Walter Joseph Hoffman -

the past 40 years.Survivors Walter Joseph Hoffman, 60, resi- '

Include: his wife, Gladys dent of Starke died Tuesday morningat : Shop The Sun's Classified
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Turner, two sons, Adolphus Turner his residence following a brief illness section

Jr.. Charleston SC and William 4b

Turner Palatka; eight daughters, Born in New York, December 30,

Dorothy Kennies and Betty Millican, .1919, Mr. Hoffman was the son of the

Keystone Heights, Doris Taylor Mandarin late Walter and Amelia Birkhofer every day for great shopping values.

Lana Dowdy, Starke Barbara Hoffman former residents of New

Carter Hampton, Charlotte Horsey, York. He was employed by the :

Palatka, Hilda Ke 'ey, Hastings, and Upholstery Company of New York
and was a veteran of WW II. He was
Carolyn Turner Tampa nineteen
0- Co..p.'ON' or NOUVk. IMMEDIATE! OPENING! '
IOK. for NEW! WI"-;;
also a member of the Methodist faith. selarled) full. certified/ NCSTAURANT.
grandchildren and five time director/teacher .
great can live in Chrf
: : tlun, ; r a. na-d' first rote crew. food
Needed D y Care Center. :
especlelly In the Mlnfmurr/
grandchildren Survivors Include: one daughter eve 3"ar, rvart. and kitchen hr a Call
nlngs 371 22441
4 or 377 470 n .
:sJ.'w:: 331 MO<
Send .. teatweanja p m it r m
The grandsons were the Mrs. Sharon M. Mataxas of Harr- COMPUTER Unit
D te Ave By/March 7
entry clerk NIGHT WATER PERSON
pallbearers. ington Park, N.J.; three sons, WalterC. .Muab....... test. A experienced' work. fla, >M start 19240n' MEDICAL
Services held at DeWitt C. Hoffman, Philadelphia, Penn, 90 tfeys plus WNMMdr Coif court giiDarlnc
were other frlng benefits.I EMC"lent SICIIIT"DY'.eCI"TION'ST! 5 or.frr.d but not n _
Jones Chapel in Keystone Heights Thomas J. Hoffman Flushing, N.Y. :t Cheerful R working CO"d".n. To worl 'In Ophthalmologists, "'!. ....... matur* or ....c..on
sumsf0P O. BOM 1779. MaoaCOMPUTER Mflc. Sand resume' to: eat retired/ apot ,
Wednesday with Rev. Jim Morgan, and Kenneth R. Hoffman Astoria .,:, Sun oraw.V A. Olin.I O.m: vl:1/:la1 Ooif, Cod Country 374174
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OPERA VIII
First rUW::nUpIIEIR'O" High' School TOR 71.07 Oe/7/ Oo! ''n"".q,
Baptist Church Keystone, officiating N.Y.Funeral I IMHre" .. iioiome, pass pro -fJt' em/aq.
Burial in services will be conductedat Pull time Apply' / 'In person .mm. aotltuda t4t end t LPN'SvVAMTEO! '
was Keystone Imperial Home Personnel. An.nex months experience In the opera Immediate. openings' all '''/111.NUD.e'S AlOE Comoenlgn' or J
Heights Cemetery with Johnson- the graveside Friday Mar. 7, at 9:30 am-11:30 am, Mon Non of computer Education may AODIVn' .....onl Gainesville' Couple' to alt with' I2 year oie
Wed. 4101 at ,MelnSfEXPERIENCED b. substituted. for experience. urfl n center, aooo SW men In plaa ant horn in Creen
Davis Funeral Home of Palatka In Mount Olivet Cemetery, Ridgewood salary, commensurate evpe aom Av.N Cove ....In... Florida' 24 hour t
charge of arrangements. N.Y., with Archer-Tanner Funeral 1 BODY PERSON c"<.nc."'actSent. Per more Fe information ''MANAGEMENT TRAINEE, payday use Ma|. | ?.4."3173MBOICAL
Home in charge of local ar ti><"EII'INCIDp"'NTIII! AND Office 3775141* Let Personnel' High' earnings. excellent frlno RECEPTIONIST
:\Mrs. a7//.mats./ 7371.0050w' benefits' tor' mature persons. With/ typing fk/111." aMpermetur '. ,
"Kl.irine: : Becker' WITH/ OWN TOOLS Call 372-4233 .CIIM/''' Stertlno "cod
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rangements.Mrs. I n/tV.mployar. salary Sfl per Pull or part'time.
Mrs. Florin M. Becker, age 77, week Call 374 l.'l..1 _Call/ 37?'4114 .::=: ;

died Sunday morning in the Advent
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Christian Home in Dowling Park. Llnnie Water Parrish
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Born in Newark N.J. 4 Mrs. Linnie Waters Parrish of :
Aug. 1902. 65 73 '
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BARRACUDA
Mrs. Becker had lived in Melrose 1160 S.W. 1st. St. Lake Butler, died 302 1971 FORD. TORINO condition. automatic reduced air.am/fm A 1 4? AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE'";t't'mln :

from 1958 until 1972 and lived in Saturday night, March 1, at her home 0 do.whlt..f falne.: 00 'tcwr 765077 10117' 1 ml tape tl4vQ, new 37k tires/ ease, battery Stuuent 15.ooo /interior condition clutch I new brakes paint,' eariv"--too- ;;: ,y

Keystone until she moved to Dowling after a long illness. 70's MO motor: runs greet, 2J---: o
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'PLYMOUTH MpG. asking' Siaoo or begoffer -; :
Park 3 years ago She was a memberof A life-long resident of Union County 4' MILLER BUICKy/V Station W.oon Low PURY mileage. Dave. 3774B53 Student tjl-: :;:

the Faith Presbyterian Church anda Mrs. Parrish was the widow of 197* .. 376 like.5S43 new condition.* sJOOO. Call '74 MGB. 4OOOO miles TO mpg ,: **.*' .
member of the Melrose Woman's Steve Parrish and a member of the .- Mint condition! S42VS r*( .1"overdrive. New tires. new top I
1973 Uc.II.na00/
PLYMOUTH f/on. 13.000 ;
7d eAMA RO. am/fm 3767571 AM PM .
tero, CaSsette _
Club. Lake Butler Church of Christ. adlalt, 30000 miles vinyl roof err good mechanical 1 con C17)7712_
Survivors include a step-daughter. Survivors include: three craam/ color umo Student1977CHEVETTE or maka offer MARK V 5473 dltion' after. tires 4*'Inspected weekends t-soo Student 373. lln OplL, train Sllv.r. br.cl, :
Caltj73-534e LINCOLN. 1977 ewcellent iM1rIGr
Helen Heafie of Stratford. Conn; a daughters: Mrs. Gereline Goodrich of tlon. 71.000 3/S-4424 condl days/ 1974 DATSUN B2IO. 4 Speed /1411 AM/FM S 100.0..wc.tencondo r1410. ar tOndl : :

brother Arthur W. Simmill of Lake City. Mrs Irene Bruner of Lake AM/PM t reo radio and tape r 3"00.5ov..y.s. ',;hobJ!lr N., reeular get" 1199537B1 .//M'no .lade. 7"Ch" .71471, I >

Lakewood. N.J.. two sisters Lorraine Butler and Mrs. Elizabeth Douglas of 40 heeter.OOO milet.great/ S29OO o* mllaepe Calll/f413V, blue N.w paint'67 PORSCHE|ot. rebuilt! 912 engine 01. ..., WNk.nd.. sup.. '*1 cheto stilt ...f4,5 a74 .7s...CNE,.... cond'J'on., i must A. ice.o. :
Karg of Jacksonville Lake Butler three Interior good IOOrr0l't.'.. UBOO i
and ; sonsStephen: shape AAutt see to or DOf1 orr
1973 CHEVROLET BELAK I .aOr c1.151550C., 4BI-2B04HONOA 1.7* PONT I AC OfrANDPftlX 77 5 d.VOr J7. ."'.v..
Dorothy Gorton of Allen and Parrish all
Ellenton Fla.; and Jay of Lake aiacM -I, i
/IIIM V 1 on toiacd. ta tn ( ,...
four Butler three ..wI00n..... N.vlrtlrs. CIVIC CVCC ,.... .._. Fully.KiuToD' d.o..condltlon U? CNlVYP/CKVP./ullYload.?
grandchildren. brothers Jird
; : Watersof C.II 772 eat! Call after 6. .15-_. Student A.klno, xooo / runt D'..'. nswn.p.cNM: 'I.j
call 3/
Memorial services will be held at Iva S C., Lewis Waters of Lake CI- '''OS II-S "'M''M. C'ulO./ eMfrp, n..... '_: .-

2:30: pm. Thursday ( today), in the ty and Lester Waters of Anaheim 0. : .'.p..n: lOb SI000or belt 4m ..,. :

Faith Presbyterian Church with the Calif; two sisters, Mrs. Loma Gillenof __. ,' .

pastor. Or. James K Meale. Jr. of. Lulu and Mrs. Mae Fleming of r. .

ficiating( Burial will beat a later date Lake City, and 16 grandchildren. .eowobMF: .:

in the Greenlawn Cemetery in Funeral services were held Sunday, ITS TIME TOPARM. .. ".J' CHAWORfH COURT

Jacksonville, under the direction of March 2. in the chapel of Archer .,_c4 ;- 5O land acres S deep. pr me wells.....u.c.....a.I.timber....... ThU. .lovely, nUtorlc,33 a OOO' noma Iof ....... By Owner. 3133 NW 3/m Avenue
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DeWitt( C Jones Funeral Home Funeral Home with Bro. Eddie James I _5 pecan frees b."IS".." frame J ow..00.0 Hat EMealMlfln.nel cant / and. 3.R. 2 bath den lerge family'
"BA 1 bam home. room 'large kitchen 2IOO tt .1
23ml toe
Keystone Heights In lieu of flowers( and rfev Bill Delaney officiating. JOHNO BALDWIN. MEALTV out Auoclattr Ing Cll, .Fhlll Wm.W J.HaltKaaltyol 6aW.rJr: ,?. ,*' ,.... iC.''lj7t tail

donations shold be made to the Burial followed in Mt Zion Cemetery R EACTQR Call anytime 374-5737 O:yll| ... BfetTO. J13.20'1 MOVE IN TOOAV

Melrose Woman's Club. Scholarship under the direction of Archer Funeral ...T L.. NT.C B E"C H, ..L. tar 4 eats ......., Mal a> .,II .'. 4 .* a bath 5911O.n, home on ,
Fund Home of Lake Butler blocks from beach uarot beautl. w.II"O wall co..... I.... family/ treed lot. Above ground padn' I
ful 2 Story clear and pine ) BR room Uranlac, 'tars cowarad NW with low ,interest .4a 000
Tl bah hOVV fuDDO/t.d On1tf patio carport. many. ea1/1f JOHN O BALDWIN RfcALTV
Wlihrlpl/ ,.C. fee SOO .".... Locat.di on 1O. mcrmi !. mllNorth Call, anytime:/ .t
of Calnasvllla, on S* 131 REALTOR 37. 57appt .,
eE COOL IN YOUR POOL Cal 494-3303 attar S PM w* fc I
3 bedroom 2 bath:: house: 20 d.Yf. nrm.. wakonds. for NEAR MICANOPV aulet, lettingunderneath I I.
mmufron town seller pays Pln.ncing' avalUble huge oaks I30O 'q '
4 aR.7 M2 OOO BATH 939.ll .OOO closing Call costs BJ: Associate VA PHA, 3 .... 1 bam. C*' U)'400.'wvood ft 2 aR., t .batn. femlly. room I
wIMral.C./ kitchen/
FULL MEAL This tovelv concrete block Roger* R.a11 .tov*. kitchen eooipoed. fenced
home .
V. REALTORS .
alb .ooll.nc'I
et ctnf h at/air. I
was built In l 1974. Peaturei cent .... After..ou... 377 HOT Near leH Newnan, siffOOOOwner ''. porch I
acre MO OOO
4A430D
heal/afr and has mother In-law wmll a-v. .37' 409JBR
lulfe. An excellent/ buy Call LOVELY! bedroom t Bath CB 1
Today Philip J. Stewart Jr central/ heat. fenced yard dote .3b ih NWon/iCMrlbt. two BEDROOM! two Oath '
Trees azaleas cemelias, romet ready for 'Immediate'
Aisocleite Wm H Hall Reclty b schools { occupancy I
off LANDMARK
O'v/11.., REALTOR,37320MCeroe MEALTV of Oainesviiie., RAW fencing privacy, convlenlenl/ : In Turkey Creek M3.5OO ooua
TOR.3741 O Owner will tlnace half 3774.31HSSOn, Bullrters. inc 372 1367ATTRESS. : ,


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contom or.'vc".om"'b'.wn, PHONE: Attractive/ modernpuh 'SBALV full wits'I'
.. tail" too L a swivel, chairs. SI50 button design. warm white. bO4 .pr1101,50 S/a/nl a\ :::.0::-...".
fJt. 2 contemporary cMv,> lounge perfect/ box Originally' / fed.. 'bu/11 'In Ov.". 130 GOpprrlpnl
tfaleyr' S2O ea 9.s carpel: 115 2 tell, for*45 3/a-IMSAQUARIUVIS .nOO, UO 577 o.7e 1:
pole lamps .101': f7.. N9111a. ,
bie., SIO. Or.mophone. S7S 30"00 aellon (1aa71 MOVING BOXCSJ' ISO
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J. ti Various site pictures
'' t'' from tS AMERICAN FURNt, S133 37"."'.k rO.trying, "OUNP, GAME. TABLE with t
a TURB! LEjASlNO TO NW 4th St I 1 BiCvCLCS IO '0"". .**i to m.fcnino' th1I.4t.. .IIM/ eon
fONd.40' Woman OIHKM2 mOr/C. }700 all lOll
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win' a tor frost free .
re'rlperetpr. '
/ 371 7753
', S13O' ienltn "WINO'M"'CHIN_ r'
black white TV. S/n0
ajo "v"". wll"/ Ub'".'. ,'IkI .
I A Kerosene ftoaca H..... aisnwashor 1 nsw
.Not slier. 317! A51 .....
.....-... e blower Drum 37a-2 9a 5 CANOE. MAD RIVER onK%'300 : call .J1T.WO; ,
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"._.11I deliver,Si5. 377 ijii. .Only' v.... 3 time.. 'I .
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before J: 4 S5 7 SO nothing down 970 month" .In..JOOln..bl./ J OUI..Jol.O>-tI.. .._. '
A VS -..... .rum we buy used furniture Furniture/ CHART II.ARMS BlrUCOOO- ': Id" '.D.: -I
and 44special ;.1' ,
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...... a ". SIN. SIN. Or.. 4 like new..>w wlnchesler .. M r -
eoe erne love ..., wit,, ,MAPLBl Bunk beds. model .4 two Bore 371 caliberunflred H..D 1 ORO" .Model C 1
c 1n tedlI1 1200 173 .record 'In bow list Slim. {Hino' two manual', full ,. ._ *
MS metal ., ,.. pedal vneI0'a4bl
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C.111..1 a0 Slaver 210 unw*d if
weight bench. SO '. .. .
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pure beef tingle burger with More I .

Burger Than Bun". A mall order of .. ,i! ", r
crispy golden fries. Your favorite small ,Need;_03ft9'' information? "/ ,

drink. And. to lop it off. a tool and '

creamy. 5 a>'. DAIRY QUEEN Sund..... brazier' ( Interested .tn i: plaelhgr:a classified'? ttftezlutlje[ un ,,.I,

All for only ft.69. Get a good deal. on a 7

full meal. Head fbr your participating 301 North ._I .,, tCa118; IA la Starke 964-817Q
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