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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 20, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Hardy,attorney for the authority,and Three local banks have committed
York representatives of two local financial themselves to local borrowers for the
or at institutions participating In the Issue, $7 million over 13-month period
bond J.E. Tomlinson, president of the
Florida Bank at Starke, and Harold Such an Infusion of building dollars
middle Davis, manager of the Starke branchof is about the only hope middle Income
...,..." ..._...,........ Guaranty Federal of Gainesville.' people have. It is difficult to obtain
l lE lr selling Hardy said the next step, after the home loan now; money Is extremely
rating is received is for underwriters tight.
the of the issue, Fisher, Johnsonl\llen"
Is Burke, to obtain a buyer at a The HFA hopes to make 95 percent
favorable rate of Interest. loans of up to $52,000 to qualifying
days
home buyers or builders at around 9.S
/ rating "We can live with anything around several
of tht. 9.S percent," Hardy says, "but If the below percent the current inflation-ridden percentage points len-
offer Is as high as 10, we have to do ding schedule, Earning eligibility cap
rating some figuring.A Is presently set at$21,044, but that will
y and much larger Duval County issue be updated over the next few monthsto
Sa eewfR recently sold averaged out at 9.43. take Inflation into account. The
E The bonds are tax exempt loans can be repaid over. 30 years.

l The issue could build up to 115
homes if all the money went to new
<,Developer homes. Money can be loaned on existing -
: homes and the HFA thinks It
will go at 60 percent for new homes
and 40 percent for existing homes, or
selling a current home and to build a
Sewer Lines new home.
.
Lending Institutions have nine mon-
_ ths to commit the money and In 13
months the homes must be occupied.

4 Subdivision Lenders must put up a committ
1 ment fee of one percent of the amountof
h ( water lay the lines for Griffls, saying the Im- money they ask for, plus a letter of
,!NI+ !.e!!!+i .an .. ,jIr pact fee was more than enough to off- credit for 1/2.percent of their commit-
t set the cost to the city. City Clerk tment. The letter will be returned and
March Merrill Edwards told commissionersthey the fee refunded if the bank or savings
, ; were violating an ordinance & loan can get all the money it com-
Ij'I fM..r.The which protects taxpayers from pay- mitted for loaned out.
Ir tl a ing for commerlcal development.
; ask- Lending Institutions will be entitledto
. him an .. City Attorney George Pierce asked a two percent origination fee. A
il/ .. ., "O'k I tost!: ;; if it,was possible for-gas-department ,bankr for-instance, can'collect up to, ..
-' employees to do 'In* work for, two percent of the amount of the loan
-, Parking Lot Blues... lines Longchamp, saying if they did, it'' from the builder or seller and 1S per-
he should pay anything for trees thai had to be taken of the would eliminate the labor cosU-for cent from the buyer.a total of up to
, Contractor: Ernest Trlest. architect Craig: Salley,
is A direct wasn't four
; re- Longchamp. answer percent.
and weren't shown on the surveyor' drawing.
Merrill McMillan, with
holding plans: surveyor kneeling
how for given, but It was implied by S.R.
McMillan tries to show Ernest Tries to Hip a
i school board attorney Jessie Wolbert acting as referee without Hicks, street superintendent, that city The trustee, the Florida National
Into double coil breaking
check McMillan's measurements In top photo. Yep, the surveyor's tape a until he'd mastered employees could do the work.If Bank of Jacksonville, then will pur-
but Trlest didn't quit
vo-tech buildings were within foot of where they were gave up Bes- chase the loans from the bank at 98
supposed to be. trick. He didn't break the tape either. an the labor costs were eliminated, percent. Thus, the lending institutioncan
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Using right .ngl.gl. McMillan right
I In- each lot would cost Longchamp about retain a net two percent origination -
Salley explains to school board members Jim Lawson point parallel to the properly line from which to 1,000 for materials. fee. Lenders can charge less but
I and J.T. Parrlsh that he shouldn't have, to pay the $750 Attorney Wolbert listens to architect Salley's not under terms of the contract
because a notation of pines and oaks outside the propertyline tion at the site examination, but told the school "I would love to see these lots go in, under more which the bonds being sold
on McMillan's drawing made him assume the trees McMillan made no error, that the fault that the for but not at the expense of the tax- are
that turned out to be Inside the parking lot were outside board has 33 fewer parking spaces than It paid for sewer payer," said Commissioner Charles The Florida Bank at Starke is com-
when he drew the construction plans. Salley doesn't: feel with the architect or contractor Schaefer. mitted to find borrowers for $3 25
per lot Engineer Ruckman said the cost million. Guaranty Federal agreed to
Bes- estimates were "computed on the absolute -
take on a $3 million committment
minimum. He said his firm
After The Keystone State Bank in Keystone
an was asked by the city to do the study Heights committed to lend $750,000.
BITTER MEDICINEWho had of and the Job was done right..

sewer Ruckmafl/ also pointed out that the

Will Take Responsibility for Paving Project Snafu? ? ground behind water Powell's level Dairy in the subdivision Freeze on mitt Bourn (CltritrTHURSDAY

by the US-301 could create some problems,
"They thought we'd let sleeping dogs lie, but that's $750 school board should bear the cost of taking them out. with even If the lines are dug only six to
established when the change order was eight feet deep.
of the people's money, says attorney Jess Wolbert. was originally pave
Question is, who'll pay the $750- the architect the con- proved to take the trees out and to accept the smaller; water
explained Silcox ended the meeting by telling
tractor or the surveyor? eight feet parking lot, Salley said as he Install
Problem is, the Bradford school board has 33 fewer length why he shouldn't pay the $750 for taking the Schaefer he was tired of hearing that
parking places than it paid for in Phase of the vo-tech out. the city should do the work.
center construction recently completed. Attorney Wolbert Question basic to the problem hinges around the pro- No further action was taken.
has been asked to submit his recommendation in writingto tion of pine and oaks which is shown outside the he
the school board at a special meeting at 5:30: p.m. April line on the plans, Salley insisted Monday. the J
8. Wolbert said Monday night he thinks the problem lies "We assumed that the notation was saying that on'
with the architect and contractor, not the surveyor. The pines and oaks were all on the outside of the property Index.
vo-tech buildings in question are in the right place within because that's where the notation was and there were mean ..
a foot, and that clears veteran surveyor M.G. McMillan arrows off the end of the note to Indicate where the ,
far as Wolbert Is concerned.The were... And, apparently, that was an Incorrect the Two Sections
board approved a change order okaying the 33 tion SECTION At
fewer parking spaces when told the vo-tech building was "There were trees,and a substantial number of trees not In' News..... ?.:.., .... Pages 1A-3A MA.JUL
line... We did not indicate '.. Pall.' 5A-7 A&13A CITY OP STARKE
built in the wrong place by eight feet and there was not the inside of the property the Society.t
enough room for the parking lot as drawn trees within the property line In our : Editorial .. ... ........Page 4A Planning A Zoning Comm.
Ten small pine trees also had to be removed from the documents when we drew the site plans from the the Legal& Real Est...... .....IOA Regular Me.tlngCny
site for the parking lot. The school board did not pay "Mr. Triest did the Job without figuring the School Lunch Menus..Page 11* .' Mall-7:30 P.M.
extra to have the pines removed. the trees, because we did not show any on our SECTION Bi
anything"That s the last damn time I'm going to measure this "The additional cost that came up. which was then re Sport .... ._.. ... ..... 4B-'BiB
thing." said McMillan after he. the attorney, architect set by the amount of credit for the diminishing of Sub- Obituaries. ...... .". -,..., .4e SATURDAY.MAIJLBARBQ !
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Craig Salley and contractor Ernest Trlest gathered at the amount of paving came about because there were to Classifieds ... j
site at the vo-tech center Monday afternoon to once again or 9,or 10 trees that had to be taken out once It was Elks Lodge
measure how far the buildings are from the property line. established where the property. line waat Salley said. ".00 per plate
Working with a crew paid by all parties It was deter- "Actually, it wound up... you djdn't nave to pay n A.M.J P.M.
mined that the buildings were 200 feet from the property money out of your pocket because the credit for the SUNDAY Htl .
line at one end and 201 feet and inches at the other end. paving. All we had was the cost of taking the trees REVIVAL SERVICES
Architect Craig Salley said Monday that a notation of the architect said.It Church
"pines and oaks' placed outside the property lines on thesurveyor's cost the school board the same amount of money Bethel Baptist
plans led to the mistake about the pine trees less paving, attorney Wolbert Injected."I d ,7MPM.nightly
: which had to be removed. Salley said since the notation is don't feel like I should have to pay anything MONDAY. MARCH J4BC _
outside the property line, he assumed all trees were outside for taking trees out that were not called for on the r TEACHERS CREDIT UNIONMEETINGJI30
the pl'operty'ine too. originally, even If I make a mistake and didn't show 4 KlY r r P.M.
McMillan said the notation could have been placed trees. Philosophically. I don't think I should have to School Board Rm.
anywhere on the plans. The surveyor said he indicated all for something never shown on the contract Administration Bldg.
significant trees on the plans, as requested. because: I made an error and did not show the trees In + eeeeeeee
T'I can tell from this discussion it was a pretty hot contract," Salley stated.
discussion down there," said school board chairman Ar- If he understood everyone correctly the fault lies HEALTH CLINIC
thur Gaskins when the issue was brought up at the. the architect. Parrlsh told Salley. Klngsloy Lake Civic Center
meeting Monday night. '"Well. I certainly don't feel like paying for' It. t 00 am.toll noon
,"Come on, put it on us," prompted an Impatient board board member Pat Spengler. All Ages
member J.T Parrish. Salley offered a 4-way split with him, TrIest t Ili .TUESDAY.. MARCH 23
The trees weren't In,the original bid. Therefore, the) and the school.board sharing But that was rejected.] I OVER era PLANNING

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cities asking the Public Service Commission could possibly create a gas shortage merger of Florida Gas with the
to look Into a, proposed for Florida. They had asked the PSC mental Group Inc., a We Forget SUPPLY Of Stark
merger of Florida Gas Co with an International to look Into the proposed merger and based in Stamford Conn, which Derby Oak In front.'the comfy eowrtbouM
determine the likelihood of such ,a HW53os s 984-6078, +
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ding in the state Supreme other and circuit court clerk Virginia Darby j
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line the under state law to .413.4973I'
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.........n................ News Briefs' ............................. '1" 1-1. Arrests '

,; ""I. III. A total of 15 persons were arrested as of Wed., March 19 rat J k,.s'Other Bradford County arrests Include: Marcus Kevin of'
,I noon In the three-county investigation of drug related Bradley 23, of Starke, charged with two,counts
and felony
felony possession:of marijuana
cases being conducted by the Galnesville-Alachua County racketeering ,
Five Men InvolvedIn KII Man Arrested Mrs. Cummings was admitted to Organized Crime Unit in conjunction with the Bradford possession of methaqualene. He was released from jail ..
the Bradford County Hospital where County Sheriffs Department.The after posting bond !
2-County FracasAn For Attempted she remains in satisfactory condition. arrests culminate more than a five-month In-, Noonan M. Bradley 51,of Starke.was charged with one
vestigation and resulted in arrests under the state's count of raceketeering. He Is free under $10,000 bond.
Investigation by the State Attorney BurglaryA arrested one
Racketeer: Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act also Richard Lee Fill, 24,of Starke was on
and Lake
In Starke
office

Heights Man Hospitalized count of racketeering and one count of marijuana possession.
Butler Is still Incomplete following the 26-year-old Keystone known as the "RICO Act. were his
beating of two Raiford men after be- man was arrested Friday night and After AccidentA State Attorney Eugene Whitworth filed direct Inf rma- He was transferred to Jail In Gainesville'
involved in fights In Union and charged with attempted burglary. tions and warrants on March 3 for the arrests. bond was set at S20,000.
Bradford ing counties Monday night, Walter Lee Helt was charged with 21-year-old Starke man was Latest arrest In the case involves L.P. Bradley 37 of Other arrests to date include: contractor
March 10. burglary with Intent to commit hospitalized Saturday after he was In- Starke, who was booked at the Bradford County Jail In Alvin Ernest Henley 29 a Melrose roofing releasedon
John Gregory Griffis, 20, and Dan- assault after he entered his wife's volved In a one-car: accident on Ed- Starke last Friday afternoon on one count of racketeering. charged with one count of racketeering." He was
beaten after retur- home at Rt. 1. Box 208C. wards Loop Road. Bradley posted a$10,000 bond and was released from jail. 17,000 oond. with
ny Sibley, 19 were released from the Brad- arrested Marvin Tex Patrick, 29, of Melrose, charged one
Helt of was
ning to Raiford from the scene of a was John Allen Goolsby Jr. was travel- Wiley Morgan Bradley 22. Hampton set at $ 5.000.
earlier that started on the Joel ford County Jail on $1,000 bondMan Ing west on Edwards Loop in his 1976 Tuesday afternoon on a charge of one count of racketeerIng. count of racketeering. His bond was arrested
fight bandleader
Roberts on East Ford when he ran off the pavementand He posted bond of $5,000 and was released from the Gene Ray Parrish 41, a Trenton
property bond set at 15000.
His was
Moran over Into a ditch. Bradford County Jail in Starke. on one count of racketeering.
northwest of
Road (C-233) Lamar
flip residents Danny
ArrestedFor laceration Information the racketeering case Involving extor- Former Bradford County
sustained on
took at the Hi-Lo a scalp
The beating place 38
were
,
Ann Jackson
Store at Raiford after Griftts and ForgeryA and was taken by rescue unit to tion and interstate trafficking of at least 1,000 pounds of Jackson, 27 and his wife Brenda .
Sibley along with Michael Alan the Bradford County Hospital. He was marijuana 10,000) methaqualene tablets cocaine and charged with two counts of racketeering.Cecil Mills Parrish, 38 \L
ld Starke dust released last week Assistant State Attorney Parrish 52, and his wife, Shirley
by
Dobbs, IB, returned to Raiford in Grif- 19-year- man was arrested for observation and angel was with count of
released document both of Gainesville, were charged one .
fis' 1970 Ford Mustang. Wednesday and charged with Sunday. William Whitley who ordered the 30-page
Griffis was reported to have been uttering a forgery. Estimated damage to the vehiclewas be made public with the names of persons taken into racketeering.. was charged with one
Gainesville
taken to the ground, choked and Walter Rhoden was arrested by set at $2,300.Mayor custody. Clyde Parrish. 19, of
in Parrish and and Barbara count of racketeering. His bond was set at 10000.
beaten in the face and kicked several Bradford County Sheriff's deputies Clyde and Shirley Danny charged with
with check written to InvolvedIn Jackson named in the case. Roosevelt Watson of Gainesville was
times in the rib cage. He was treatedat connection a $30 are as principals His bond was set at
Union General Hospital for fractured Doyle Thomas of Thomas Auto Parts. The long investigation initially caught the two coupleslast 'three counts of dealing in drugs.
and concussion. Rhoden was released from the Wreck November for selling 300 pounds of marijuana for '$tOOOO.
ribs slight
a charged -
Gainesville, was
startedat Bradford County Jail on $1,000 $30,000 to "unknown subjects." William Edward Jordan 19, of
Records show the Incident Starke Mayor-Commissioner Ver- one
of marijuana
Jackson is charged with transporting 147 pounds with one count of felony possession
6 In Bradford County when recognizance. non Silcox was involved in a two-car Danny of
p.m. of
count felony
and possesion
Roberts about get accident afternoon Broad- of marijuana to the residence of Barry Crawford In Wood- count of racketeering one
Monday on
Sibley approached
Quaaludes. lie is In jail In lieu of $10,000 bond.
said bine, Ga. The information charges Jackson with extortion -
ting some money. Witnesses a way and Center Streets.
Reward OfferedIn Crawford is not the 18 charged in the
developed between Police records show that Silcox among
then was
fight In count one of the Information,all 18 persons are charged -
Timothy Bryan and Eddie Jackson, Go-Kart TheftA driving a 1974 Pontiac and failed to racketeering case. with receiving, packaging repackaging selling,
The information Jackson and his wife tried to extort -
both 18 of Starke, and Griffis and stop for a stop sign. Silcox's vehiclewas says and using narcotic drugs and controlled
reward Is being offered In connec- $5,000 from Crawford last Oct. 8 for 147 pounds of distributing
Dobbs. struck in the left side by a 1972 substances. This count Involves 58 sections of the RICO
Witnesses also told deputies that tion with a theft of a Go-Kart that was Plymouth driven by Charles Hardy marijuana which was lost In Woodbine.
Bryan obtained a pistol and shot at taken Monday night from the National 61, business maanger for the Other items pointed out In the information Include law.Whitley released information that Gene Ray Parrish
the Griffis vehicle and struck the car Guard Armory headquarterson Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic. Jackson and a co-defendant not yet arrested "maliciously and Jackson conspired to intimidate another person last
in the right front fender. Griffis Edwards Road. Estimated damage to the vehicleswas threatened to injure and received$3,750" from Crawfordin of
Nov. 4 into selling or delivering 200 pounds marijuana.
for the loss of the 147 pounds of mari-
Dobbs and Sibley then reportedlydrove The Go-Kart is valued at 1500.The $400. partial payment at that time with
Jackson and Parrish were charged
back to Raiford stopping in the reward Is being offered for the arrest No citations were Issued. juana. The state did not indicate how the marijuana was possession sale and delivery of 80( pounds of marijuana.
Hi-Lo parking lot. and conviction of the person or persons lost.

At 7 p,m. a blue van approached the responsible for the theft of the No
Griffis vehicle from the rear with Armory vehicle. InjuriesIn Seven Persons Fined In CourtSeven I
several unidentified white males Anyone with any Information Minor WreckA County :

armed with clubs, ball bats who approached should contact the Starke Police 25-year-old Jacksonville woman
the trio. Department. was involved In a minor accident Sunday persons were fined Thursday the Bradford County Jail and put on $531. Torode was charged with driving
Sibley was attacked with a bat or night in the Noegel's Auto Sales March 13, in county court before six-months probation. while intoxicated and driving witha
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wooden club and also wrestled to the parking lot. County Judge Elzie Sanders. Williams pled no contest (o driving suspended license. Torode was also
ground without serious injury, according Pair Charged A 1978 Chevrolet driven by Timothy Crawford 37, of Starke with a suspended license and was placed on six months probation and
;
: to the report. With Grand TheftA Catherine B. Robinson was attempting had a trespass charge dismissed by placed on probation for an additional ordered to serve 10 days in the Bradford
; The Griffis vehicle had the rear to turn around and backed into a the court after he promised to stay 'six months, fined $213 and ordered to County Jail.
glass and right rear window broken. pair arrested last week and 1974 AMC owned by the auto sales away from his mother's home near spend todays in jail, concurrent to his John Farris Lester was fined
Dobbs, not involved in the fracas, charged with petty theft have been firm. Starke. Crawford was arrested last other sentence. $379.50 for driving with a suspended
: ran to get help. charged with grand theft and Estimated damage was set at $225. week for breaking into her home. Charlie A. Brumfield Jr, was tined license and driving while intoxicated.
; Dobbs has a case pending in Brad- burglary of Hercules. Inc. No citations were issued. Clark Ray Williams pled guilty to $25 for unlawful speed Wilbert Lucius Thompson pled guil-
: ford County where he has entered a Jim Reddish. 22, of Starke and a driving while intoxicated and was fined Charles Arthur Torode pled guiltyto ty to unlawful speed. and was fined
; plea of not guilty to driving while Intoxicated 17-year-old youth were arrested last No InurlesIn $318, ordered to serve 10 days in two cases and was fined a total ol $25.GDAYI.

: That case Is tentatively sets Wednesday by Starke police and 2-Car Crash
....
to be tried the week of March 31. charged with shoplifting a box of 12 There were no injuries Wednesday
i Griffis was found not guilty of driving glazed donuts from a local supermarket in a two-car crash on Epperson Street
5 while his license was suspended or During the arrest, police near SR-100.(
revoked in Bradford County Wednes- noticed the youth had a radio under According to police records, a 1978
i day, March 5. In Union County a sea his arm. After further Investigation, Chevrolet driven by Ruth Griffis
coed battery trial was postponed to the radii boots and a coat were Scott of Starke and a 1973 Dodge
S await an updated pre-plea PSI. recovered that had been stolen from driven by Ruby Waldron of Starke,
; Bryan was arrested recently In Hercules. were both northbound on Epperson
: Bradford County on a charge of Reddish was booked into the Brad- Street when Scott turned right into a
; burglary of a structure with intent to ford County Jail on $1,163 bond. The private drive. Scott started to back
; commit theft of property of David juvenile was taken to the Division of out of the driveway to turn around
:: Martin, doing business as Slim's Fish Youth Services in Gainesville. and hit Waldron's vehicle on the right
; N Stuff in Starke Disposition of that
side.Estimated
S: case is pending. damage to the vehicles,
z Jackson was arrested on a chargeof Burglars Clean Out was $230. No citations were issued. i jj I

aggravated battery with a deadly E. Call St. Home ..,-- ,
S weapon a pool That case Is SR-16 1
also pending in Bradford County; A home on 1693 E. Call St. was Open Again I

burglarized Thursday afternoon with The six-mile section of SR-16 that
1 Starke Man Arrested approximately $4,000 worth of has been closed since last Novemberto 1
valuables taken In broad daylight allow DuPont's mining equipmentto 1ra
\ In Union Break-Ins while the owner was at work. cross opened Saturday.To .

E A former Union County Times Myrna Rahn a Title I program continue the mining along the
:employee was arrested Monday, coordinator for the school system, Trail Ridge a dredge and floating mill
March: 17, and charged with two was at work during the burglary. cut a canal across the road. Mining
: counts of burglary and two counts of Valuables taken Include several will continue on private land north of
s grand theft for the February 28 robbery rugs jewelry silverware and other SR-16 on the Clay County side of the
:E of the Union County Times and household goods. According to the Bradford-Clay line. The Trail Ridge / 1
:Powell Printing. sheriff's report, the theives enteredthe deposit, running north and south, is a 1
; Lawrence David Oglesby, 23, in home from Wilson Road and used strip 19 miles long and half a mile s1w
;Starke, was arrested by Union County some kind of pointed Instrument to wide.A f..
;Sheriff's deputies at the Bradford force the locks.Woman 1,000-acre area just mined southof
;s County Jail following an Investigationof SR-16 and north SR-230 has been
the early morning theft. returned to Camp Blanding and will
:s A portion of the over $1,000) In Shot be used as a parachute drop site during a
: money and property was recovered. annual National Guard training, !
5 Oglesby had a first appearanceS During ArgumentA according to Col. Agustin Gonzalez. -j,

: Tuesday, March 18, before Judge A.L.Driggers. 30-year-old( Starke woman was Cost for the road crossing was
:' Bond was set at $500 on shot in the leg Sunday after an argu- estimated at $250,000 by Ken Platt,
:each count. Oglesby posted bond and ment with her husband at their home. DuPont plant manager. Expenses
:was released late Tuesday afternoon. Gloria Cummings Rt. 2, Box 153-F covered moving phone and power
sustained a gunshot wound in her lines tearing up and replacing pavement -
: right leg after her husband John Installing culverts strippingand
Woman Charged Cummings shot her with .32 pistol. od-all of which were paid by Du-

c With Resisting ArrestS Pont. r
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A 25-year-old Starke woman was ar-

:Crested:resisting last arrest Friday without and charged violence.with THE SOUTHERN,.

j:: Betsy Jackson, Rt. 2, Box I37-A [ COUNTRY KITCHEN ]
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::was arrested by Bradford County
Sheriff's deputy Paul Stegall after he
attempted to serve Ms. Jackson a 2 Mi. S. on US 301Discount.

=:paper She is being held at the Alachua On
General Hospital in Gainesville under D 1 4 I I
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I Starke Commission t Riggson Gets 150 ,Years For 2nd Degree MurderHarold
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1 'Catherine" Allen, of Lake Butler, and ,
T. Riggson, of Starke. pled 'lloretta Allen, 34. and Demps
.. guilty to murder In the second degree Robert Demps, 27, are scheduled for of Starke, were charged after they
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i last Thursday before Circuit Judge trial Friday on charges of forgery and wrote two checks to the Florida Bankat
Wood Generators for StarkeA R.A. Green Jr. and was sentenced to uttering a forgery. Starke amounting to $1H5.
Burning a Possibility 150 years in state prison.
The 48-year-old Riggson had been
charged with the beating and stabbing I
proposal for wood-burning generators to supply the ci- shortfall by 1905, Gurln said. death of Nancy Lee Mays Pelham, ,
ty's electricity was presented Tuesday night at the city's Starke has a good chance of receiving federal monies for 31, last October. Miss Pelham was iLiirnrtiJ'Alaskan : I II
regular commission meeting, with commissioners agree- the estimated $30 million project. At this point however, found in her apartment In the Reno I
ing to send Ted Oglesby to Washington.to find out more the city merely has to pay for 13 copies of cover letters and section after Starke police were call
about the proposal. resolutions indicating the desire to participate, Gurin .ed to quell a disturbance.The $ 9 9'
pointed out.
Bob Gurln a consultant with the federal Department of autopsy showed Miss Pelham King Crab Legs
Energy, told commissioners about $2.2 billion In federal Earl Jones, owner of Crown Central Lumber Co. has had been stabbed 40 times about the I
funds was made available to study and develop alternativefuel worked closely with the University of Florida In studying chest and shoulder area. It was also
sources. the wood-burning project. Indicated that she had been drinking All Fish Gleaned l
heavily and death was caused by Rock Shrimp
Gurln suggested Starke "represents an optimal opportunity"
for wood conversion. The North Florida area Is Basically a wood-burning generator yielding one million trauma from the beating and drink- 'FREE $1' 9 9 ,
10 Lb.
good for using "biomass" (wood) to produce energy, he BTUs woula create a$720,000 per annual gross fuel savings. Ing. LImit \
Wood burned would from sawmill.
said. come clippings, the
At the time of
It was pointed out that Florida will see major economic residues, and unused harvesting and processing wastes- murder Riggson
was on a maximum conditional fresh Flounder
disruptions in the next two years as a result of the energy theoretically making it possible to furnish thousands of new release from ,I
a for
13-year term
crunch. The governor has predicted a 25 percent energy boilers without cutting one tree. carrying a concealed prison weapon and oystersPint $959 Fillets $299

armed robbery from Gainesville. 1 Lb.
Court records show Riggson has
been in prison 24 out of the last 32
I City Zoning Director May Be Part Time years. He first tangled with the law in 8'6 8 6:30Mon. :
Hours '
Houston In 1949. '
Thurs.,,... & Sat.S .
Zoning and Planning Director AI Crosby may be working that point where want to do other things..I don't need the. The sentence handed down
in the future only if the commission approves Mayor- money that much," Crosby said after the meeting. 150-year
a by Judge Green Is to be serve/1 con-
Commissioner Vernon Silcox's recommendation. '
The suggestion was tabled until the next meeting. The main issue the commission should attack Is the ordinances secutively to any other prison terms.
pertaining to building inspections, building permits Riggson is currently being held at the
Saying he had a few suggestions,Silcox asked that the city -
consider cutting the 40-hour week of the zoning directorto and the like, Crosby said. The ordinance does not givea Lake Butler Medical and Reception
20 hours, and making him a contract worker Instead of a zoning official the power to do any of that, he pointed out. Center.
city employee."I've Silcox said he felt the cut would free up some money for Riggson will not be eligible for
never felt this should be a full-time job anyway..Iwas the city. He said the city needs to tighten its belt and now Is parole until he has 50 years.
sort of pushed into this by the commission and the a good time to start tightening.
Other scheduled for circuit
cases
Planning Board, Silcox said.
City Clerk Merrill Edwards!: had suggested earlier that court Include:
Commissioner Harold the
Epps strongly
opposed recom- Crosby's position be cut, indicating that that was one
way
mendation, saying, "We're barely out of the
crawling he would balance the budget. Curtis Lee Williams, 27, of Starke
take stages considerable on this comprehensive time to land use plan..the plan will Crosby draws a $25,000 annual salary. will face trial today on eight counts of
,i prepare. forgery and uttering a forgery.
Williams wrote checks to the
Epps said apparently Silcox was not aware of the work Florida Bank at Starke last
involved in the zoning program to suggest such a cut. He City Still Needs Dog CatcherThe September amounting to$3,259.64.

asked if Silcox was going to cut the other departments as issue of hiring a dog catcher for the city was broughtonce
well. again by Mayor-Commissioner Vernon Silcox.
"No, just the zoning," Silcox replied. The city had advertised for a dog catcher and received
Silcox said he had not discussed: the matter with the zon-
one response from Steve Corson. No action was taken of
ing board."I Corson's January application and it was later discoveredthat
Corson was convicted felon on charges of breaking and
entering.
probably don't agree with that (part-time proposal)," Commissioner Ted Oglesby suggested the city run
Epps added. another advertisement and up the salary from$U5 a monthto
Epps suggested that Commissioner Wilbur Waters also something more appropriate. Oglesby also suggested
never wanted to hire Crosby, to which Waters responded that Police Chief Jimmy Bowen interview the applicants. blor
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with a definite "No.

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"That's not true at all. If that bad been the case I would
have told you at the time," Waters said Self-Insurance Program DiscussedA I Ir' foP
In the original proposal to hire a zoning director it was representative of the Florida League of Cities explained '
pointed out that several jobs could be brought under the one a self-insurance program to city commissioners that
office such as building Inspections and issuing of permits. could save them up to $13,000 on their annual premiums.John .
Allen, an insurance agent with FLC, pointed out caster
However, Crosby said he does none of those duties that Starke is now paying approximately 33 percent more
because of the city ordinances. The ordinances state thai for their workman a compensation premiums than other
the street department will Issue building permits and that cities around the state. Starke pays $48,000 a year for Its
all permits will be signed by the city clerk. The various per- premiums under Gerald Brown Insurance Agency. .
mits are being Issued" by separate departments now, Allen said 150 cities are currently under the self-insured
Crosby said.Crosby program. The difference in the FLC program, Allen noted,
said he now spends most of his time working with Is that the premiums vary with a city's payroll, unlike Sizes 0 6x
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the comprehensive land use plan and explaining the zoning liability Insurance which requires a set premium. .
regulations to city residents. Commissioners said they would look into the matter fur- t: tit r 0
Personally I don't. care if they cut me. I'm getting.toM ,ther, before taking any action. '" "

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Murder for Revenge Sent First. Man To Electric Chair in Bradford. CountyAt

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9:30 on Tuesday, Jan. 10, there looking at me now, I'm just Chapman, then superintendent of Starke with her neck almost severed dolence by the negro prison chaplain
1934. Lonniea.m.) c the another poor nigger going down, but Florida, State Prison, the atrapplngfint' by the blade of 8 pocket knife, and and accompanied by two guards. All
man from Bradford County to going! in the name of Jesus." young black aid his only reason for several stab. wounds in other parts of of the way he retained his calm until
the death the brutal murder of the child was to her body. seated in the chair,where he nervously
pay chair. penaltyn Florida'selectric The crime for which Lonnie Green get revenge on her mother. Pearl 1 fumbled with the large'wooden'
paid with his life was a terrible one Frazier who had lived for a time as The electric chair had been In use arms.
He walked to the chair unaided and the revenge murder of Evaline his common-law wife, and had left since 1924, in accordance with a
just before the prison electrician placFrazier, his nine-year-old: ephim for another.man. legislative act of 1923, changing "After his final statement,the long
ed the black cap over his face, he daughter. < Florida's method of execution from black mask was pulled over his face
made his final statement in a calm The body of the child was found In a hanging to death in the electric chair.So a full second of silence, and then the dr
even tone: "All of you white folks out In a last minute confession to L.F. pine thicket a few miles south of indescribable: sound of electricity as
far as Is known, only two men the switch was thrown and 2,500 volts
died on the scaffold In Bradford County raced through the taut body. He was
during the period prior to installing pronounced dead at 9:24, four
EDITORIALWatch the electric chair, and each countywas minutes later. L"Old

responsible then for performing .
its own executions. Since the electric "A sigh of relief came over the
chair, the record shows that three small group of men required by law to
others have been convicted and doomed witness the electrocution, and a few
Those Cypress TreesThe to death from Bradford, although minutes later two negro Inmates

they were not residents of this county. came to claim the body."That's r
The three were George Wolfork, Jr., "
fine boss Green had
just ,
Walter McDonald and L.D. Robinson
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water has gone down now, but the coun- times, as well as a way to get rid of it quick convicted of the murder of a remarked read the when death Sheriff warrant W.J. to Epperson him

ty's drainage problem remains. when it's wet. All the ponds in the county are Starke storekeeper, D.L. (Dave) early Tuesday morning.
recharge areas for the Florida acquifer. Silcox In May 1949, during an attempted -

Without water standing in the front yard and Water drained out to the Gulf of Mexico as it holdup.In Although within his right to do so,

running over roads, tempers will cool until the is now, doesn't recharge the acquifer.So a brief report on the execution of Sheriff Epperson did not choose to ,.
pull the switch that sent Green to his
Green, published in The Telegraph in
next big rain. Last week it was a different its Issue of Jan. 10, 1936,reporter Red death. Sparky";
story. Water was everywhere. It inconvenienced far, our drainage program has consistedof Kerce wrote:

people, caused some property cutting ditches to get rid of water quickly. He paid Richard (Dick) Drew a
Nobody has thought of conserving water. "Into the small gray room that prison guard officer, then assigned;( to BoardTo
damage. houses the state's electric chair duty at the main gate, $25 to performthat City Zoning
Green walked unaided, given con unpleasant task. Meet March 20(
Fact is, there is precious little the countycan Commissioner Dave Shuford drove his
do to alleviate high water. Time to workon pickup truck through washout after washout A public hearing will be held at the

roads is when it's dry. That's when in his District 1, the wettest part of the county \ sion City meeting Planning tonight and Zoning(Thursday Commis-) at

residents should approach the county about a last week while residents fumed because County Agents 7:30: on rezoning over 20 acres of property
Shuford wouldn't talk to them about ,, "
drainage program. putting a L. in southeast Starke from
by Bobby Taylor
culvert in here, or cleaning out a ditch there. Phone: M4-S2HO ,. Agricultural to R-1A (single family

When 4-5 inches of rain falls in a short period It's not that Shuford is unsympathetic with Notebook I.., ''ii residential The ). owned S.R. Hicks
tract
by ,
Bradford County is going to be a wet place. those residents, but he knows the problem. He 1\ Larry P. Herbert, Etta F. Thornton,

Water runs to the lowest places. All the small knows nothing can be done until the water and J.E. Hardy, lies south of Wilson

county road crew can do in such times is to goes down. Even then, if somebody lives in a Road and east of Parker Street.
will be
weeks
rush about taking care of the major problems.It's place that water drains into, the county can do busy The times next two for to many three folks who will One have of the is improper most common fertilization problemswe or All persons wishing to be heard In

too late then to ask for a culvert, or to havea little to help, especially in times of big rains. have spring crops and gardens. Last fertilizer burn in many of our home the matter may attend the hearing.

ditch cleaned out. minute preparations should be gardens.This injury usually) results in
If you're looking for a place to build, follow over and seed should be ready for browning and die-back of the ends

The county needs a drainage program. But Shuford's example. Ride around when it's .planting. and margins of leaves. Severe burn 1 1J.e 1
results In death of the Of
it'll cost money. It'll take a tax for drainage to really wet and see which land is still high and Don't forget that seed (or plants for course, there are other things plants.that

have enough money to do any good. The coun- dry. Find a high spot that drains down to transplanting) are the most impor- can also cause leaf-margin browninglike

ty's budget this coming year is going to be somewhere else. tant considerations when growing a nematodes, insects, overwater- PAYMENT IN OIL

tighter than Dick's hat band. There won't be crop. All the good soil preparation, ing. diseases,or physical; injury to the Dear Sirs:
extra to start a water conservation Basic rule: Don't build in a low place. fertilizer, irrigation or other production roots during cultivation.
any money practices will not make up for a Let's get our hostages home NOWI)

program. Around here we have a real frog strangling poor quality seed, or a seed that does Much of this problem can be avoid- I learned long ago that the best way
to get a difficult job done is to "keep
summer about 10 so. not have the inherent to ed by using the right amount of the
years or ability pro- back.
build every the monkey on the other man's
work miracles if
won't ; you right kind of fertilizer and using one
Drainage
Remember the big flood of 1968 when 16 inchesof duce. Make sure that you plant the I understand we have about 250,000
where a cypress tree will grow it isn't thecounty's best seed or plant that is available to of the acceptable techniques for ap-
rain fell in four days and 54 homes had to be plication. One technique Is l to broad- legal and "illegal" Iranians in this
fault. Maybe the county could refuseto you. country, and I don't think there are
evacuated? That happened the first week of cast the fertilizer over the entire
issue a building permit to someone buildingin That rain garden area and work it into the soil that many guarding our embassy-so
September. huge was preceded by Good seed the difference
has the to may mean let's round them and ship them to
right up
a hole. But right now a man by spading,chopping, disking, rakingor
several 4-5 inch rainfalls, starting in early in between success and failure in your Iran.
down he wants to. rototilling This method, while effective -
put a house anywhere the summer. garden. Buy good seed from a reliable They cannot holler "illegal"because
Is somewhat wasteful since
dealer. For some crops, seed may be
what they did to us was il-
There are two sides to the drainage pro- Old-timers hereabouts say this summer is saved from one's own garden, but for some of fertilizer the ends up out of the root legal. Our embassy is U.S. property.

blem. We need a way to save water in dryWe'll starting out like 1968. many other vegetables,saving seed is zone plants. Then, when they free our people and
impractical.Plant they arrive safely at home- the ira-
Another l Is to broadcastthe
technique nians can come back to the U.S., justas
fertilizer in swath about 2 feet
varieties of vegetables which a
have been tested and found to be wide down each row center, and then soon as they pay us all the expenses
this whole cost But
I Miss 'em When Gone .1 j jM adapted to your area. Vegetables working it into the soil. A third technique they must pay us in thing oil at the us.going
They're resistant to pests and tolerant of l is to place the fertilizer in bandsor price, of course.
.' furrows located on either'Side of
adverse weather conditions are, much
As the little boy said "Let's
.''.'r.. _, -s,. -1 t t. ._ :y,...easier' to grow successfully. than, those: the see urrpwLr; ".Iltulh, 9)l-Is12 fight.Ulari. a,? youandiliun
are
Faced with so many r problems that seem ,\; that not. Perhaps the'best technique is'the Gilbert GoldwireBox

much more pressing, it is little wonder that ci- Of course, it is a privilege enjoyedby combination method where about 658 Starke

ty officials and others interested in the r presentand gardeners to try varieties which one-half the fertilizer l is broadcastedover ,
CHURCH NEEDS HELP
future of leading a comfortable and satis- have proven themselves elsewhere the entire area before planting,
and the other half l is banded
to the
fying life in Starke have overlooked and and which may do well In their sides at planting time. As the garden Appeal to The Public:
neglected one of the major factors con- gardens. However, many gardenersare grows, additional fertilizer may be We are in deep need of your help.
tributing to enjoyment of our small-town cheating themselves of the best needed. Such applications are called On Dec. IS, 1979 our 105-year-old
lifestyle.The possible results by continuing to grow sidedressings since the fertilizer is church building was burned to the
inferior varieties without ever testing placed to the side of the plants,and at ground. Through a generous donationof
neglected factor is one of our silent the suggested varieties. the edge of the root zone. land by Mrs. Ella Mae Perry we
will be able to raise our church againin
assets that everyone takes for granted and few a new location.

note, or seem to care about trees. Now we are asking everyone's help
FORESTRY- for anything you can contribute even
Very often it takes a visitor or a newcomerto By if only a single concrete block or the

town to call our attention to something that Mark Fries money for one. It will help us build a
has been with us so long that we won't miss it 11 IN BRADFORD COUNTY new church for the glory of God.If .

until it is gone like the water in the well that further Information is desired,
call Mrs.Janie Mae Frazier at
runs dry. It is not surprising, therefore, that it please 964-7990. '

took a comparative newcomer in our midst, Quick: what's your state tree? "We sold 4-5,000 of the seedlingslast Checks may be made payable to
County Forester Mark Fries, to take note ofStarke's item"is year," said Division Reforesta- Mt. Nebo Baptist Church Building
"Nearly a perfect landscape
Mon Supervisor John O'Meara, "and Fund and mailed to the address
trees and launch a of their
survey how it Is described in Flowers,
condition.In anyone ordering them right now will below:
Shrubs and Trees for Florida Homes.It
have a wait of a few months before Mt.Nebo
We heartily endorse forester Fries' tree provided food for shipwreckedsailors Baptist Church
his Telegraph column last week, forester survey and hope that when it is completed his nearly three hundred years they have could left be delivered.The seedlings c/oJanie Mae FrazierRt.
we too
are just small to
Fries asked: "Have you ever noticed all the recommendations to prevent Starke from ago. Fortunately, for Florida, It's right now." ship Starke.3,Box 468

large laurel oak trees that are dead or in very becoming a "treeless Sahara" by the year amphibious-able to live either in constant ,Fl.32091

poor condition along the streets in Starke? 2,000 will not fall on deaf ears. rock soil-and water or it's on tolerance permanently for salt dry is
Health Services and
Because of these oaks and other areas where I very high. AssistanceFor
feel trees could be planted, I have decided to After all, someone cared enough to plant the

do an inventory of all the trees located within oaks for the enjoyment of generations that The Sabel Palm, also known as the Elderly Offered at KingsleyTwo
the street right-of-ways in Starke." were to follow. Should we do anything less? Cabbage Palm, became Florida's

state tree in 1953 though not without new services are being offered -Home Repair, with the client paying -
From his still incomplete study, Fries has controversy. Royal Palm, Slash Pine to the residents of the Kingsley Lake only for cost of materials.
concluded that of laurel oaks in and Longleaf Pine all had their proponents community through the
Kingsley
many our are in the but the -Volunteer Services such
Legislature, as visitingand
a state of decline especially those in the The Governor's NumberGot Lake civic center on Highway C-16.
,
Sabel Palm won the argument with its The center is located in the former telephone reassurance; transportation
Walnut Street area. wide distribution over the state and Nail's store building which is to medical appointments,
its Integral part in the history of now meals on wheels,and recreatlonslac-
Laurel oaks are fast-growing (probably the a problem on your mind? Wanna Florida. owned Owner's by the Kingsley Lake Property tivities, including crafts.
call the Governor about it (or at least Association and has been '
reason they were planted to begin with) but remodelled for club and civic -Home Visits
use. by trained community
to?). Food and shelter were what the
have a comparatively short life span of about try service workers for general
100 years, as compared with the live oak's 200 Sabel Palm meant to settlers in the On Monday March 24, from 9 a.m. counseling and other aids.
The toll-free number for
placing a early days of the state. The sturdy to 12 noon the first nursing clinic at
years or more. phone call to Gov. Bob Graham's fibrous trunk made a good wall for a the lake will be held staffed by a All persons 60 years old and over,

"As these trees become older they will needto statewide television program tonight fort or cabin, and the leaves provided public health nurse,and offering such who reside In the Kingsley Lake area,
thatching material. The small berry- are Invited to take
services as blood advantage of the
pressure screening,
be pruned to remove the dead and dying (Thursday) is 19003406090.The like fruits are sweet tasting, and set- Immunizations, limited blood work,, health clinic and also attend the Coun-.

branches. Many of them have already been Governor will appear on "On The tlers and shipwrecked sailors learned nutrition counseling, and informationand cil, .on Aging meeting.
pruned drastically and some to the extent to extract the bud from among the referral services. Vision, hearing
Line which is
being produced by new leaves and eat it like a vegetable. and T.B. screening be addedat
where all that remains is the trunk the may 300 Sign Petitions
Tallahassee station WFSU-TV for
one They called it "swamp cabbage" and a later date. The clinic Is being provided .
forester says, then adds this advice: hour, starting at 8 p.m. It's still eaten today though gatheringthe by the Clay County Health. For
65 Per
Cent
buds l is generally thought to be Department.No .
"A new tree should be planted wherever an We can't guarantee that you'll reach more trouble than it's worth.

old one Is removed. I would recommend the Governor with your complaint or ad- Botanists discourage. the practice as charge is made for services' ,Appraisals in BradfordProperty

replanting with live oak, which Is a little vice, but that's the. number, in case you It kills the tree. rendered from but donations will be ac"

slower growing, but will outlast any other want to try persons wishing to contribute. appraiser Jimmy Alvarez
tree." ", The species is considered nearly said yesterday that about 300
perfect for landscaping because it is have been
For Senior CitizensOn signatures obtained in
able to survive in almost any type of Bradford County on petitions asking
'
soil and requires little or no Tuesday March 25, at 10 a.m. for. a referendum on a proposed
maintenance. The thick straight Robert Whetsel, director of the Clay ,amendment to the state constitution
QRID,4 t trunk grows to 50 feet or more,toppedby County Council on Aging, Inc. will setting property appraisals at 65 percent -
drooping fan-shaped fronds, and meet with persons over M years of instead of the 100 percent of fair
t.iliijf small fragrant white flowers appearin age at the Kingsley civic centers Pur- market value as called for in the constitution -
iA ACOi J pl1 clusters in the summer. The seeds pose of the meeting. Is to determine at present
MlMtla -= are fairly easy to germinate, but what services are desired by lake Alvarez said this Is about 64 percentof
0\-, / p transplanting a potted seedling Is the area residents in order to develop a the 470 signatures being sought in
best way to ensure survival. program. to meet their needs., Bradford County.
BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER ; .Over 9,000 signatures have been ob-
Services Old/
Until t Sabel Palm seedlings offered under the
year, ) tained in the Second Congressional
Publishers were not available anywhere In Americans Act Include: .
District -
Alvarez
said -about 58 -
Published each, Thursday and. entered as(ecend. dens, Matter.at.the Pert'Office at St.....;He.. wider; ; Act al March:3. 1I7Phene the state. However, the Florida Division cent of the 15,943 quota set for per-this
of Forestry now offers them from -Homemakers service to assist in( district. '

Subscription. .rate In trod,street M Per"';..r M Six Month ear of its South Florida nurserit-s. shopping, 'cooking, meal planning ., ,.On the statewide level, about M percent
Outside. tred area 110 for Veer; 1.5051.. Months ttey are sold In small pots and there assistance when needed of the 259.000 needed
signatures
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Miss Peggy!! S elesta. Cooper, eTeMWi96a- ? ,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Bob .soc.l Jr..
Cooper, and Randall Crosby Crews, .lcv1! y /fly .
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A.Crews, a I"" nWoman's .
all of Starke repeated their weddingvows "'J" ',
Saturday, March 8, at 6 in .
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Performing the nuptials were Rev. yN' ,

Ben Cooper Bryant.The father. of the bride and Rev. Club Has Two Speakers At March MeetingGuest I

altar was decorated with two
wicker type baskets of white speakers for the StarkeWoman's a lovely prayer, and the devotionalwas Saturday, May 17,at 10:30 a.m.and. a
gladiolus, blue carnations, white Club meeting which met at given by Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Pianothon for May 23.
chrysanthemums and baby's breath. the Woman's Club on March 12 at Mrs. Levy Canova Sr., chairman, A delicious spaghetti luncheon was
The kneeling bench was decoratedwith 12:IS were Ms.Alicia M.Hormich,extension discussed formation of plans for the served at the Woman's Club on Fri- I
plumosa fern and baby's breath. home economist and Mr. beautification of grounds in Starke. day, March 14 by Mrs. Betty Young
The choir loft was centered with a George H.Pierce, Attorney-at-law. The May Breakfast scheduled for and her committee.
heart shaped candelabra and tree Ms. Homrlch gave an outline of the
candelabra either side accented Extension Home Economics Programs Sr.
on Marcus Howards, To Celebrate 50th
its' functions and
with plumosa fern and baby's breath. areas I
with other She March 30 ,
Presenting a program of nuptial ,cooperation groups Anniversary
music were Mrs. Mona Canova spoke of the importance of wills and
organist, Mrs. Charlene Francis, Living (the right to die) joint and You are invited to join in the cus Henry and Farron Dukes.
pianist, and Mrs. Kathy Green, mutual. Pierce In- celebration of the 50th wedding an- The family requests no gifts
soloist. Attorney George was niversary of Mr.and Mrs. John Mar- please.
Andy Crews attended his brother as troduced by Mrs. V.J. Spengler who cus Howard,Sr.on Sunday,March 30,
of his educational
best,man. Ushers were John Cooper gave a resume from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at their homeon ,
Background, his experience and professional .*fly jP Jff-t4t*
brother of the bride Chub Johnsonand SR18, Lake Butler. jF gy
Chuck Johnson, cousins of the t activities.He gave a very In- This invitation is extended with joy
McGriff and formative talk on the Importance of Do have a wedding comingup
groom Jerry Jerry t by their children Jerome and Gere you
Blalock. probate and cost of wills and con- Johns, John Marcus and Cheryl this spring? Let the Office
Miss Becky Cooper served her ducted a question and answer period. Howard, their grandchildren Frank Shop at 110 West Call Street order
A St. Patrick's Day motif was usedIn Elizabeth, Invitations and other accessories.
maid of She
sister as honor. wore along and Debra Williams, your
empire waist, nylon chiffon decorating the dining tables, and a Dukes, Phillip and Shan Johns.Paige You'll be surprisedhow
delicious luncheon served the
gown with V-shaped yoke with lace In- was by Howard and John Marcus Howard, much you can save. For
set and lace trimmed flounce. She hostesses.Mrs. W.H.Thomson,presi- III; their great grandchildren Mar- more Information call 964-5764.
carried' a silk nosegay of white Mr and Mrs. Handy Crews dent presided. Mrs R.A. Green gave

daisies, blue sweet peas blue roses
and lily-of-the-valley outlined with Mrs. Marie Scruggs cut the cake.
lace and blue and white lace ribbon The punch table held a lace cloth
streamers. over white satin and was centered
Attendants were Nancy Crews with a silver tray holding favors, for I __ I I
Cassie of bells filled with almonds t u
sister of the groom Cooper, guests
sister.in-law of the bride, Pam tied with blue net and white ribbon.At with the lowest Prices & top quality
Underhill,' Sarah Faulk and Cheri one end of the table was a silver coffee
Scheetz.They were attired identicallyto service and three-branch
the honor attendant and carried a candelabra. At the other end was a I
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similar nosegay. crystal punch bowl and three-branch .A, BUY-I GET>1
Heather Smith, attired similar to candelabra holding white tapers. wr pjIt r ''
the attendants, served as flower girl Mrs. Anna Felos presided at the coffee
and carried a white lace basket. service and Mrs.Linda White and
Darien! Crosby,cousin of the groom, Mrs. Helen Crosby poured punch. CHARMIN
was ringbearer.The Also assisting in serving were Mrs. TOILET 1 1 DELMONTE J j BRUCE '.
bride,given in marriage by her Imogene Locke Mrs. Beanie Smith, I I
brother, Lewis Cooper wore a white Mrs. Arlin McKnight, Miss Christie I TISSUE I TOMATO I CUT
chantilly lace gown with high Redding and Miss Gina Brown. I i I
neckline with chapel length train lined Following a wedding trip to Amelia SAVE UP TO 1 4 ROLL.PK. : I SAUCE I YAMS
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pleated chiffon inset down the front of W. Madison Street Apt. P-l, Starke. I J.R.CI8 I I I I 29oz CAN I
the raised waist. She wore gold chain The bride and groom both <: 1502 CAN
earrings, a gift of the groom. Her graduated from Bradford High $2.39 1 79 ; I 1 J.R.419 | I J.R.420 I
chantilly scalloped cap secured her School.'The bride graduated In 1980

fingertip veil, trimmed with chantilly and is currently attending Santa Fe WITH THESE _1.Wm,.mnca'.wNT.Nn, N............ W.o ...1 1.wiTMTMteoiowtm_ ... MAH wtHHUwto N..I I...."".MiTl/Nlw't'ICUI/aIN,' ,/ IfTwmiWtO.. ..1
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grandmother's wedding dress. She employed at the City of Starke
carried a cascade bouquet of silk Recreation Department.
white roses and lily-of-the-valley with CHECK THESE VALUES
lace ribbon streamers. She carried a AVI IV.Mot" D OR CHAM "
white lace trimmed linen handkerchief Eastern Star B D Hawaiian Punch. 99*
belonging to -her maternal March 22 -1 IAVI GIANT,
grandmother... 'Supper UKleenex Towels..59'.rvsAr
A reception was held In the tacl Starke chapter, No.i2; '
Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Rose Smith the Eastern Star will have a covered DT"'vl..u'o"'D. 'NON. : :"'79
presided at the bride's book table. dish supper Saturday Mar. 22, at 7 ... 'chip.w
Mrs. Charles Darby greeted the p.m. In the Masonic Hall. .N lAV..73..TWIN
guests at the door. All Masons and their families are 130z BAG 840z BOX U Tom BBQ Chips. 79!
The bride-'s table was covered witha invited to attend. VI. toe COUNT PANINV MIDI

white satin cloth and was centered DTea Bags. . . $129
with a three-tiered white cake accented
with wedding bells doves, Easter Greeting Cards now at the
cherubs and white roses, topped with Office Shop, 110 W. Call St.When $219 $199 LJRealemon Juice.. .69-
a bride and groom encircled with you care enough to send the very IL j | | l.>OI An7.FIAVOBLJ
white lace. Mrs Carol Prevatt and best give Hallmark. Duncan Nines MUMMIS) 1.13


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Candy Stripers Making Plans for Future EventsThe Thirteen: Young Ladies Enter ,".

Bradford'' County hospital is children. She also fills the patients' Upon acceptance, dues are $3 a '
very proud Of its teenage volunteers. water pitchers gives out. visitor year and each member is required to Strawberry Queen Pageant
perhaps better known as Candy cards helps pass out food trays feeds work at the hospital a minimum of .'
The 17th annual Strawberry Queen Motor Parts Starke.
Stripers. patients and she read or write eight hours a month.
What is a Candy Striper? She is a letters for patients.A may. The Candy Stripers earn their own pageant sponsored by the Starke Sherree Lynn Shinn, daughter of
Junior Woman's Club is set for Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Donald W: Shinn of
who and recently bought I.V. r
young girl might give you a Candy Striper earns her cap by money poles
warm friendly greeting as you enter working 50 hours and earns a pin for the hospital. The girls earn money March 29 at 8 p.m. In the.Brad&ford Lawtey, Is 17 years old and a senior at
the hospital. If your child Is left alonein when completing 100 200 and 300 from car washes and other fund rais- High School auditorium. BHS. She is sponsored by StartMotor
the hospital lobby she is the one hours. She is easily identified by her ing activities. This year's theme is "StrawberryFields Parts.
you may find upon your return candy-striped pinafore, white blouse Mrs. Kay Thomas a nurse at the Forever". Joy Carol Bell, daughter of Mr. and
has volunteered The junior Strawberry Swingers, Mrs. Robert H. Bell, IS 17 yean old
reading him a story to help him pass and soft soled shoes. hospital her time
the time.A To become a Candy Striper, one one day a month to give the girls a from BMS will perform during.the intermission and a junior at BHS. She' Is sponsoredby
Candy Striper has other duties as must maintain a C average in training class. The girls are really ex- Irene's Beauty Shop. ,
well, such as running errands for the academic subjects In school be 14 to cited about the classes. Saturday Mar. 22, the contestants"will Catherine Ann Schoening Is 18-
doctors nurses and patients. She IB years of age and provide her own Newly appointed officers Include be given a coke party from 1:30-3: years old and a freshman at Santa Fe
makes tray favors and entertains sick transportation. Marie Pendarvis president Tammy p.m. at the Starke Golf and Country Community College. She Is sponsoredby
Griffis, vice-president and Debbie Club. Then they will visit Denise Car Bullin ton's Studio and Gift Shop.
Roark, secretary all of whom were rol's modeling studio in Jacksonville. Deborah A. Baei daughter of Mr.
awarded their caps for 50 hours workat There will be a dance following the and Mrs. Bernardo Baez of Hampton,
The the last meeting Mar. 11, at pageant at the Starke Woman's Club Is 17 years old and Is a senior at BHS.
Office Of McDonald's.Any LorrleCtiappell to honor the Queen and her court. She Is sponsored by Farm Bureau.

girl wishing to become a Candy -, This year's contestants are: Lorrie Sue Ann Meadows, daughter of Bill
Striper or anyone having any money I: Anne Chappell daughter of Mr. and Meadows of Starke Is 16 years old
raising Ideas or community project ", Mrs. Hiram Chappell of Starke.She is and a junior at BHS. She is sponsoredby
John D. Campbell M.D. Ideas for the girls call Mrs. Michelle .' 16 years old and a Junior at BHS. She Cecelia Terwillegar Realtor.
Smith 9648103. is sponsored by Edward's Grocery,
The girls are planning active Starke.
a very entries Pennirae
Previous are:
Will Be Closed year and hope they can be of more Deborah Elaine Ratliff daughter of Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
service to the hospital and community. -. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Ratliff of
Hunt is 20 old and a
Starke is 17 years old and a senior at years
BHS. She is sponsored by Starke junior at UF. She is sponsored by
March 20 and March 21, 1930 ( fa"rf Diane's Beauty Shop.

t+ .sSS' ., Robbin Elaine Stephens, daughter -

Regular Office Hours Will Resume DUPLICATE BRIDGE / ,, ,' I' IbSherree -\ of years Mr.old and and Mrs.a junior Gary Stephens at BHS. She, is 16 is

CLUB RESULTS sponsored Mitchell's Drug Store.
1 by
Monday thru Friday 1-5 : ,' '. Tammy Gail Baldree, daughter of
Griffin and Eva Mathewsonwere '
Evelyn "", Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldree, Is 17
the winning couple at Duplicate ''t.: old and a junior at BHS. She is
Beginning Bridge Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. 'jf ,. sponsored years by J.J. Wolbert, Jr., at-
Gerald ,
Moran were second. ,
Monday, March 24,1980 The club plays every Tuesday night .', torney.Renee Franann Williams, daughterof
at 7:30 at the Starke Recreation
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p.m.
it. Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Williams, is 16
Center Pratt Street.
964-8650 on ,, .. ..,.. ..., Fir years old and a senior at BHS. She is
sponsored by The Looking Glass Styl-
Deborah Katllff ing Center.

Virginia Gail Crawford,daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Crawford is 17
years old and a senior at BHS. She is
GOT sponsored by Leila's Dress and Gift

foods. .. 'VE w Shop.
t'A Sheila Marie Starling daughter of
:WI Mr. and Mrs. William E. Starling is
7A 16 years old and a junior at BHS. She
WSATI is sponsored by NuWave Hair Salon. i

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Cheese 68 Hygrade Fresh with a :
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1s covered with a white lace cloth over a Did You Know........
s e 8 s yellow liner and was centered with a
Y a i E cake decorated in the Easter theme.
The gift table was covered with a Senator Charley Johns Is home I
pink cloth and centered with a huge after several days last week in St. i '
0 LL PkO. 9799 uIM11101104 ofuo.mA Easter basket which held the gifts. Vincent's Hospital for observation
MIMIUM cool Games were played by the approx- and treatment.
imately 65 guests and prizes awarded
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LB Lg BOWL 6L GAL CTN. MF The hostesses Mrs. Royce Joyner in Fort Myers Wednesday to Saturday
I now Mrs. Joey Reese, Mrs. Willari visiting friends.
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March 20, 1980 TELEGRAPH Page 7A

McMillan Catherine Lewis Shower HonoreeMiss Adam Wilson Did You Know...........

Wilson Jr. Catherine Lewis, whose mar- The hostesses presented Miss Lewis Celebrates 2ndBirthday Mrs. James Barron was pleasantly
Saturday riage will be an event of March 29, with an electric can opener. as a surprised on her birthday with a visit
Jane McMillan and was honored with a miscellaneous memento of the occasion.Approximately Little Adam Wilson, son of Joe and from her son,Lyle Anderson and Mrs.
,-Jri wUl be united In shower Monday night,' March 17. between 20 guests enjoyedthe Terri Wilson of Starke,celebrated his Virgie Arrasmith of San Diego, Cal.
the hours
,Mar.22,at 7 p.m. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. party. of7:30-9p.m. second birthday Sunday afternoon at The couple was here from Thursday
Methodist Church Wilbur Waters and Mrs. Charles their home on Morgan Road. to Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Nealy McConnell -
following in the Blalockl held at the home of the latter New arrivalsMr. The outdoor party was held In the gave Mrs. Barron and guests
of Starke. d Street. yard: where more than 20 guests en- a birthday dinner party Friday night
and relatives are invited Miss Lewis and her Mrs. Joyed a weiner roast, birthday cake for 12 guests. Her daughter Mrs.
Elmer Lewis, 'were presented with and Mrs. Stephen Price of and other refreshments. Janet Turner, also had a family birth-
silk corsages when they arrived. Milton announce the birth of a son, Little Adam opened his gifts at day dinner for her mother on Satur
Guests were seated in the family Stephen Allen, born Mar. 7. Great fireside and helped to cut his birthday day.
room where games were played with grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. M.B. cake that looked like a little farm in
: prizes going to Mrs.Bobby Lewis,and Jordan of State Farm. replica. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Biggam of Santa
Mrs. Mervin Jackson, sister of Miss Among those attending were Barbara Cal. are visiting their son-
Church on Griffis Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Richard[ White of Bed- Adam's grandparents, Mr., and Mrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
: a deacon led revival on The refreshment table was covered ford, Va.,announce the birth of a son, Larry Cochran of Lake Butler. Morris Williams for three weeks.
nights, Mar. with a yellow checkered cloth and Zachary Harper White, born March a
: p.m. centered with an arrangement of spring in Lynchburg, Va. Paternal grand- ELKS s-..Q Saturday Did You Know...........
flowers. Mrs. Johnny Chapman
is invited to attend. parents are Rev. and Mrs. George L. $3.00- 11 a.m.la 3 p.m.
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\ SA, TELEGRAPH March 21.1180I C'


I I BROOKER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS -I| Starke Shrine Club Contributes 9,100 To { ; ::I

The Starke Shrine Club, because.of Chicken Dinner"on : .
25.
Mini Olympics, Tuesday, March '
Wednesday, Feb. 13, was Pare The visiting school this year will be community involvement last year, Our parade will i.
Volunteer Appreciation. Day, Honorable Doyle Conner
the
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contributed over $9,100.00
Two and two girls
Lawtey Elem. boys
Brooker Elementary. ParrVolunteer's will each grade from each'' Morocco Temple. The Starke Club ta Commissioner of : .Y.. .,:
were honored at an after represent number of different Morocco's oldest Shrine Club and la Grand Parade Marshall. ....
school in a L..
school celebration.A Brooker Elem. student one of the leading contributors to the Our parade will step off '
special thank you and a Red C.r- events. The refreshments with Shrine Orthopedic Hospital in Greenville 11 a.m. and will be led by Reporter'i' (, ;: :
council will serve I "
nation were given to 9 Pat Parde, S.C. We also contribute to the of Honor of Morocco \ .
to student services. "
all proceeds going .r.
Ruth Douglas, Bobby Jones, Karen Invited to Galveston Burns Institute In The parade .Is for .
Smith, Margaret Dyal.and Mrs. Mc- attend.Parents and the public are Galveston, Texas. This year our goalis local uniU will be featured. "'. :;

Clellan. Anyone wishing to participate dates to remember are, April to raise over $19,000.00. We will desiring to( participate in > '
Two .r- "
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in the Volunteer Program i effort can do so
4, an Easter Egg Hunt for the need another tremendous on munity parade t tu
school please contact Martha Pillow primary grades sponsored by the upper the part of everyone in our community 964-5569. .
or Gall Cook. grades and April! a Softball tournament to achieve this goal. There are> Our chicken dinner will : nm
On Thursday, Feb. 14, Dr. Norma' for all elementary schools in many Shrine hospital patients In our .sharply at 12 noon In. the
Calwaye Fagen, a dentist from the' the county.Congratulations. community working and leading nor* Elementary School ;i .
Suwannee River Economic, visited to the spelling bee mal lives because of money con- ners will be served until :
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Mrs. Cook's Kindergarten class. As Terri Jakobs, runner-up tributed by Shrine Clubs in North( asking everyone to .
champion, I "
Health, 1 Dr. J
part of a study on Dental Sabrina Starling and the alternate America. chicken dinner fund for ,,, .
Calwaye Fagan showed the class how Tish Goss. They will compete in the To begin our fund-raising drive for( .burned children. The cost of ( :, ;
to brush their teeth properly.!: As an spelling bee in Starke on April 1980 the Starke Shrine Club will hold ner is 2.50 (drink and :' ,,!
county !
added Incentive,each child was give a. its annual "Shrine Day Parade and ed). Gilbert Nelson Club .
tableland
his own toothbrush,disclosing -
"I Brush" Buttons.Mr .

cakes invited, Ezzell's and the cake.entire and Students staff Mrs.to Pillow's punch dressed,clas cu up| We're' Sick of Inflation, too Eckerd Freezes Prices : .

for the occasion. Students gave out l
Valentine Hearts to all the classes ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS, ALL VITAMINS ALL ECKERD LABEL PRODUCTS ALL PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES. fOR A MINIMUM OF 60 DAYS. .J

Cupcakes that was won were at the made last PTA from meeting money YES WE'RE FREEZING OURlREQULAR PRICES ON ALL THE ITEMS ABOVE. OUR VOLUNTARY INFLATION FIGHTING PROGRAM IS IN EFFECT THROUGH MAY 21 AND WE WILL / :

for attendance.On RAISE THESE PRICES EVEN THOUGH OUR COSTS ARE GOING UP. IF WE CAN SELL FOR LESS WE WILL. AND WE'RE CHALLENGING( ALL OUR SUPPLIERS TO JOIN THE FIGHT. Ji JiNOT

Friday, Feb. 15, the school took In! "FREEZE YOUR PRICES TO US ON ANY ITEM WE SELL AND WE WILL FREEZE THE REGULAR RETAIL,PRICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. NOT JUST FOR 00 DAYS BUT FOR AS LONG A3. ,1 ,
the following students to compete r
the annual speedball tournament All YOU HOLD THE PRICE." .

elementary competed and schools had a fine in time.the county Many;; WE CAN'T BEAT INFLATION ALONE. BUT ALL AMERICANS, WORKING TOGETHER, CAN. LET'S START IDYll.
other
thanks to Mr. Ezzell and the
teachers who helped.
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Fourth and fifth grade teams consisted
of Sara Crews, Sabrina Star!
ing. Diane Tetstone Sue Ann Page, l
Brean Perea, Duane Mott, Michael PALMOLIVE ERA
PERSONNA i
Navalany, Lorenzo Prescott, Michael CLOSE UP
Stilwell, Trampus Drawdy, Lama GOLD DETERGENT
Barnes, Wayne Polk, Kevin Starling, TOOTHPASTE BLADES
Donna McDavid, Pam Willingham, BATH SOAP >i Heavy duly laundry
Deena Cox, Suzanne Dyal, Debbie 6 4-oz.tube 2 Super Platinum detergent 32-oz. I
Thomason, Tisl types,with fluoride double edge, 5-oz..deodorant bottle.REG $1 69
Parrish, Tammy
Godwin, LIMIT 1 pack of S t bath bar EEG LIMIT \ r I
Goss, Priscilla Welch, Judy
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Terri Jakab and Helen McRae. _
Fifth and sixth, Baptist Team consists .
of: Thomas Moon, Darrell Polk, II
David Hamilton, Joel Brewer, Tin L'Iii :
Davis, Ricky Nipper, Kelly Bigham, I

and Mike Eddie Smith Bryan.Acie Hall, Steve Foster

Brooker Elem. will host the annual


BROOKERIN ,
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Jeanette WEEK-END Prescott REVIVAL 'i'i.t 'if
Dedan Baptist Church will begin a
week-end revival Thursday, March 27
at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Keith Johnson from f
Jacksonville Beach will be bringingthe i
messages each evening.Dr. .
Johnson who has served as
church pastor and seminary pro r
fessor, Is now working with teenagers LePAGE
in a rehabilitation program. The THRIFT
public is invited by Rev. John Hen- DECORATED .Y yL
dry. BWELS TAPE r
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a Large thirsty towels In Surfer. / n-in.s15o0-In.
$ HOUR DEODORANT Porpoise Seagull Hibiscus or f i ip REQ 59' EACHLIMIT
BikeAThonOn 24 .
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Tap SaturdayA i Florli ideslgns. V i ROLL8 ,

Bike-A-Thon for the benefit of 77e '!:i. .:- ., :'- :; .w
children with cystic fibrosis will beheld !I .,,,. ..r .. II
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at Brooker ,Saturday. Mari il I "'-' r
according to Juanita Arlamv chairman ; .' MAALOX PLUS TABLtableE" SPIN or LIFT TOP

of this year's fund urive. Pack.112, MEN'S BOYSSWIMSUITS' WASTE BIN ,
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the Brooker Baptist Church,the event 29' colors REG $4 99 j'
will include riders of all ages who ac ../ Cj Latest fashions inSTJOSEPM' i '
quire sponsors for the number of v 48 solid colors or laney I6'
miles they ride over a prescribedcourse patterns. Assorted ',+ w ,, !
and time.. ST.J lrASPIRIN "zes. REG. $599
Prizes will be awarded to the riders lock cap
BOX 01!36. Safety --
who collect the most money. In addi 1
tion. T-shirts will be given to every ASPIRIN LIMIT HOLIDAY PLASTIC DOME
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entrant who turns in at least $25. roe CMILO.N
Sponsor sheets are available now at ,???,,,,,tin it"* .>'*"< ROOM FOGGER ACCENT LAMP I
Killsallesposedinsects, Large Perfect for family room student s
Green's Grocery in Brooker, or by
14-cz size REG. $5 99 room or palio Assorted colors
Mrs. A.B. Adams.
calling JERGENS REG $s 9s ,

LOTION 15-OZ boulelordry, sKin. 399 j

Library SundayMemorial DedicationSet 1.39 LIMIT 488 i'iij:


services for the James L. MILDEW rl.
Temple Library will be held duringthe DISCS 5-SHELF PLASTIC J 11
morning worship services at CLAIROL r-
Brooker Baptist Church, Sunday,, NICE It EASY HAIR COLOR Prevents mildew ETAGERE 1r7 I "J
March 23 fShampooin hair COII'f'' & musty odors Choose White.Almond or Yellow.
shades 1 2'4-ez\ SIze to assemble REG $29 99 Ja
A basket dinner will be served. All -- assorted Easy -L- u
friends are invited to attend.The late 19 REG S',9 '
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Rev. Temple served as pastor of the r U.. 2288' '
church from October, 1957 to -
December 1974.! ,.
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Testing Next WeekAll 329 Iragrance LIMIT 1 REG $475 FLOOR 10-OZ. MOP i 12"x .assorted r,;;;; 1'I. IfIi. J'E"lraab.orbenthead.lmooth

students planning to attend Santa subjects, extra width i ?' '.. 'I
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time this summer or fall, should take \ I.b II
the required Diagnostic Tests to be !/ TROPIC 888 [ .I I
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here at 9:30 } ANNINGLOTIONorOIL 144 I
administered Tuesday : -e ; '
a.m. at Bradford High School. Foratleep.darkten ........
These tests help the student determine 7 9 REG $3 50 LIMIT 1 I'It'A
what English and Math coursesto Is_ Al '! 'W!) 'II\! \. 1I1\ .nI Jwim,"'<< l'' .fI
take, and the results do not affect 1 4SR1. 6r't1k... leM 1 ,1f.S. ..MW'A' AS ,// J .!riII 1
admission to the college, according to z
Bernie McFadden, SFCC Starke NTh STAYFREE MINI PADS NELSON 4 -IN. x e0-FT.. ,a.' fJ 139Bo"ot30LIMIT1"

Coordinator.The tests are. short and self scoring BETA RAINSPRINKLER GARDEN HOSE'

which gives the student immediate ..r, 1 I Dur.blaa"a'ble.doublar.nlorced with' nylon tire .
feedback as to his level of academic '
REG $1399
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ability or readiness. They help the .. Full or part circle, "'
student and his academic advisor __. pattern edluetsJONEL i
schedule the best courses for the first __ -i- NA SHAPER to any part of .n 1288 /;. i
semester In college. Synthsucdumonderystas. 88lootDtliameterloan -1w '
Dr. McFadden pointed out that ;:: : abrasive surface I .
those who take the tests here in 6 shape 1CHOCOLATE controls distance' } "
Starke do not have to keep any appointments Wild snap connector ORTHO r
ordinarily required to NO. 1170 MALATHION 50 Omtlo i
take the tests at the main SFCC Cam 8. Mult.purposalnsect.IClda v.rw. i
pus in Gainesville. 28 8 8oz. boW ...+1.

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Bradford-Union ,t
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Cecelia Terwillegar, President, an- TOOLS POLYROPE ,
GARDEN
nounced the Bradford-Union County EASTER .. .. HMVy Outy tto.tri> .,
Board of Realtors will hold Its mon .BOW RAKE 41 A A resists. gasoline 4 "yam", ? ,
thly, general dinner meeting, Thursday EGGS Metal head, wood handle / other chemical, : "\.: "", ". .-fl.,.
March 20 at 7:30p.m. at the Holiday it p* E GARDEN HOE i REG. $2 09. .
Inn.Card. A delicious treat for their Matalll.a".moolh '. .
Easier baskets wood handle. /
10-oz. REG 19 SHOVEL M'-
bag
of ThanksThe Heavy duly metal head. .ARMORALL
family of the late Mrs. Marion i9v woodnandl. REG $999 PROTECTIVECOATYOURCMOICE ,
method to I 'Protects vinyl,leather ft rubber '
this
Dell wishes to take
thank our many friends for their 79t : '-ClZ. size REG. $2.09

flowers, cards, telegrams, prayers :488 '
and other acts of kindness rendered 19
during her illness and our hour of ..
bereavement. May God Bless You. 3
Sincerely, ..:
Oscar Dell and Family '1:3!
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\ SCHOOL NEWS '. III.n_ ,_.
ELEMENTARY
COMMENTS +I.a..9ar ''''I SOUTHSIDE ,

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: mane of several thousand participants All grades at Southslde will be the first runnerup with David
.y Bern: Smith, Soil Conserva- servationist explained RCA to'about Mar. 7. Report cards were sent / In 1978.! The performance of finished with the CTBS. Comprehensive Williams the alternate.
d. 45 members of the Bradford-Union home with students. the thousands of participants were Tests of Basic Skills, before Spring TIM new Safety Patrol members for
IrrigatloaT With aU the rain that Cattlemen Association at their last Mar.21,Planning day,no school for tabulated and formed into percen- Holidays I _start.Southside the next six weeks are: Shannon Hig-
e've had in the area during the lasteel monthly meeting The RCA story was children. Ules. Awards are presented to those glnbotham and Greg Wiggins from '
you may be wondering why my also presented at a public meeting Mar. 26-28. Spring Holidays students that are able to obtain at held their Spelling Bee Mrs. Donna Hartley's fifth grade
tide la about Irrigation. But did you which was sponsored by the BradfordSoil Southside has a new music least the fiftieth percentile on all six Mar. 7 to select the students eligible Timothy Weir and Sharldy Harper
so* that of all resource problems, and Water Conservation District.If substitute teacher. Ms. Sharon test items. A special "Presidential to partlcpate in the Bradford County from Mrs. Elaine Wood-Ms. Shirley
fatloa was listed as the number you missed theM meetings or If Lavender started teaching Mar. S at Award" and patch Is awarded to Spelling Bee on Apr. 8. The students Johnson's fifth grade,,, Tancie King
i concern in Florida? This Is just you want to read and study the RCA Southside. those obtaining at least the eighty- who were Involved at Southside were:. and Bernice Collins from Mrs.Donna
i of the facts reported by the U.S. documents in more detail so you can It's that time of the year again for fifth percentile on each of the test Louise O'Guinn, Chad Mullins Chris Gruen's fourth-fifth grade, Pam
artment of Agriculture In the make an informed judgment on the the third, fourth and fifth grades Inphysical items. Winners of the awards will be Farmer from Mrs. Sandra Duncan's Clark and David Barnes from Mrs.
Appraisal Part I, which was USDA proposals,you may still review education.Along with spring announced later in the ear.Mn. fifth grade; Bernice Collins, John Sandra Duncan's fifth grade, Cassie
Uy published In response to themources them at the Soil Conservation Service comes the AAHPER physical fitness Donna Gruen's fourth-fifth Manning, Loretta Austin from Mrs. Autry and Eric Packham from Mrs.
Conservation Act (RCA). (SCS) or Agricultural Stabilizationand teat. This test is given annually at grade congratulates their new school: Donna Gruen's fifth grade; Ron Iva Jean Harrell's fourth grade,
net I use ranked second and drainage Conservation Service (ASCS) office Southside to all students in third helpers : Tancie King Thomas, Erin Schulze and David Carla McCutchen and Victoria Butler
Mas thlydtThese located in the Bradford Co. Ag. through fifth grades.It is composed of and Bernice Collins; Library Helper, Williams from Mrs. Donna Hartley's from Mrs.Ernestine Thompkins-Mrs.
interesting facts and more Center. six Individual tests that measure such Lucille Hollis. The multiplicationstars fifth grade; Sabra Sweat Jason Thebna Knight's fourth grade John
ere brought out at two meetings You have until March 28, IBM to get fitness components as speed, en- are Tommy Jones, Loretta Belcher and Blanca Simpson from Stanwlx- ay and Eric Nasworth from
inch were held last week to inform your comments to USDA. For more durance, strength, power and agility. Austin and Jeff Rulevttch. Membersof Mrs. Elaine Wood-Ms. Shirley Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth grade.
he citizens: of Bradford County about information you can contact me at Each -student's performance 1 I. the A-B honor roll are John MannIng Johnson's fifth grade. Loretta Austin Mrs.. Donna Gruen would like to
Frank Turner the District Con- 9644280. ext. 289. measured In comparison to perfor- and Bernice Collins. was the winner Chris Farmer was_. commend the responsible students

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:-.:::::.:; :: ward Hudson Tancie King Curtis
JCKERD'SNO HASSLE" QUALITY PHOTO GUARANTEE L KnIghts,Tammy Lane, Lanette Starl-
ing, Lucille Holhs, John Manning,
II trie, was In the" picture'taking _
only the prints you want No haul even goof .
Dawn
Amanda Melton, Mosley,
ENTIRE Amanda Griffla and Bernice Collins.
STOCK OF
FILM'
TWICE THE PRINTS TWICE THE "Save a place for wildlife" is the
\\i1UV Get an extra set of prime with every G."oroll.o'. print IIHn for me I,,.WATCHES: theme for this year's National
ol color or black and wnlte print price of one Koeacotor/ or black and .' a Wildlife Week Mar. 18-22. Southslde
while. when you hew your 'Him '
film TODAY developed AND and EVERYDAY.printed procea Ml at Eckard.. t: zip Fashionwatchsslnmen'sbladies'styles.' Bright library is celebrating this very Important -
week in wildlife
TODAY AND EVERYDAY, J many ways:
posters, mobiles, books, pictures and
.. .. 2'00/0 other items, including WildlifeWeek
a! crossword puzzles, a habitat
OFF hideout puzzle, "Let's make a food
chain" activity page among others.
REGULAR PRICES Also Southside boys and girls are encouraged -
to read a book about wildlife
FLAVOR ROAST and to learn more about their habitats ..
and their importance to us. As a
MIXED NUTS MIG TTYMACH SHARPCALCULATOR special project boys and girls may
snow their concern about whales,porpoises
DrvrOlSt.d.no Hundreds dehts and baby seals. by signing petition !- :
sugar or oil,'added. pendablellg ; to be sent to the governments of
7-oz. jar REQ Adjustable flame. l High' styled' Sensor Touch.8 digit' liquid crystal Japan, Soviet Russia, Canada and
S2 19 LIMIT 1 D isposableRED. display Includes case NO 8153 REQ $1999 Norway. We will try to learn about
EA LIMIT 2 "endangered species" and the
"extinct species" and to try to learn
how only we can prevent the endangered
I S species from becoming ex
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9-INCH' FAN SCHOOL NEWS

Whisper quiet, motor, balanced blades, grill removes Important Dales to Remember:
ti v for cleaning MODEL NO. 2158 REQ $1499 ; Friday, Mar. 21Teacher planning

dayMonday; Mar. 24 Class pictures to
1199 betaken
Wednesday-Friday, Mar. 26-28 .
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{ PUtskurgSteeler Visits 4th Grade

GRAN PRIXSTEREO Former Bradford High Tornado
Larry Brown visited Mrs. Kitties and
r SYSTEM Mrs. Hoffman's fourth grade ::
MEMORCXM classroom Monday, Mar. 17. Larry
TArES ) AM/FM. 8-tracK player.Full size BSR 3 speed was Invited by Mrs.Kittles to visit her
CAStETTE automatic record changer.2 wide range speakers [ students and
answer questions sign
:_: r Premiumquaktyblank I, MODEL 4200 REQ $11999' ;
I autographs. They certainly did enjoy
t', recording tape 60 minute I ?
PEG S469 talking with the Steeler and best of all
l I size had his autograph to show to family.
I \ 11 9999 and friends. ..,
:. I o S gu The Department of Education in-\ l

a4 _, ', ''> ,17". visited our school on Tuesday. Mar. ,
Wf! I I 18, to review the Bradford County in-
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ALKALINE guest .',
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COLORBURST250 2 speed*.4 heat settings Lightweight,easy to CTBS (Comprehensive Tests of
BATTERIES handle MODEL 085 REQ $17.99 k Basic Skills) have been concluded except
CAMERA For calc"'ators.toys.' flashlights for makeups. The results will be :
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Built-in flash fixed locus motorized print & photo equipment 8 back in several weeks.If .
'" REQ SI 74 158 you are planning to visit your
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4999" f'i our planning day, please look below to
see whether the teacher will be in
Palatka for inservice workshops. The
following teachers will be attending:
Mrs. Anna Freeman, Mrs. Yvonne
Long, Ms. Deborah Gray, Coach
Ramona Jordan Coach Ben Moxley
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Philomena
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Janet Gunnilll.Ms.Cindy Cissy,
Sue Winkler, Mrs. Willa Mae Randolph ;
Mrs. Joy Tetstone and Mrs. ;':
REDWOOD & ALUMINUM Mary Ann Kyle.
The following students were on the .
LAWN FURNITURECalifornia A honor roll the fourth six weeks ;
4 grading period: : .
Redwood slats on lightweight aluminum' frame Jill Williams, .
First grade .
old for ,. '
Chaise has multi-position' Both
Mrs. Lamar
and
I daughter of Mr.
CHAISEPEO.$29.99't '
CHAIR REQ $1599 t IL Williams.
: SeceMl grade Audra Brantley.
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1,2824 8 8 f : \ Brantley.daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Fourth grade-Jonathan Rowe, son
I I. of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rowe. Robert al
Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Ii"
2501..0I I Thorpe. David Thorpe,son of Mr.and oil

15-IN. x 16-IN. REDWOOD Choose from popular' 1 Mrs. Robert Thorpe. 3U
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''I! Parado
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brands. Daiwa Super. Fifth grade Cindy
PATIO TABLE .r Rod more. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo
California, Redwood slats on aluminum V. REGULAR PRICES -'I Parado. Brad Green son of Mr. and m
frame.The perfect complement to your a \ Mrs. Edward Green. "
399 chair and chaise. REQ $4 99 I .1 Most, improved student In Mrs '>"
Tetstone's second grade class are: ,tf
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I Sean Supsky. Richard Smith. J.J. 1

.., ..._ .. .. ... ..' .. .. ... d. ..' '' ... ", .. .. ENTIRE STOCK OF Burch and Scott Allen. Mrs. Tetstone <"
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'" "" .. ., '' .- 'F" ........ ''' 'oO . .. .. ... ... .. is very proudef the following students it!
who reading books at
TENNIS RACKETSChoose are presently
home and bringing notes from their i'I..
from our'large selection, of famous brand parents telling Mrs. Tetstone of the "a
rackets Many names you will" recognize books they t have read: Scott Allen >10'
Tommy Balkcom,Train Blye Freddy >;:
: 25% OFF Cain, Kenny DeSue, Robert Hanker-
: .r\1 son, Derrick Lent Tiffany Clark, 0111
. t ) REGULAR PRICES Sean Supsky, Richard Smith Eric ::12)
\ Walton, Jennifer Williams Rachael 'WI l
J Tyson, Vickie) MeFsrlane, Tara ,c)
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,. ,. DeSue, AUstaa Manning and Monique kl 1
-.' .? Banks..
" Mrs. Griffis-Jenkins' second .
ENTEX ELECTRONIC From
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;F grade class: We welcome two new

IGLOO.1QALLON. TAKE-A-LONQ BASEBALL No. 2 students te .. reom.They are Brenda 1
LUNCHMATE PICNIC BAR-B-QUE Sue Scalf and Jimmy Day Those .
i making perfect score on their spellIng '
COOLER JUG GRILL GAMEst test tit week were: Randall ron
Plastic tray separates. food Molded ol heavy duty polyNhyKaked.namet lire bowl rust Play against the computer or another player" C blenta, James Martin and Dawn ",
drinks A ice ktne Wld.oul"lOre.sv'IIII'G' resistant. grid' compact Carroll had blr- M '
can Allows unusual, maneuvers REQ $39 9V0E1MJGLI McFarlane. Mignan a
RBQ. SS" .IM.... "EO. $4 elt sb'
REQ $1099 b cleaning thday on Mar. .. She is now eight :


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Page 10A TELEGRAPH March ZO, 1180 / ""It"1' ..I

--. .. a. S. SI .1 I' 5. at a. ee se ... S Senior CitizenS ... I -- :, II I __ ,
a.venue --as ee ,
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as as
.. .. .. a. LEGALS .
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One ((01)) validity of the will the
and
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'IN THI CIRCUIT or (jurisdiction. of degrees / of the. Senior Citizens'held At our next meeting Mr. DanSmithc: >>
West, One Hundred Qualifications personal Bradford County
COURT EIGHTH the court. .. A Florida corporation minute Bradford County Librarian will iJua.peak.
lotoln Herr owner. Iffynineand representative their regular meeting Mar 11 at
I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ALL CLAIMS AND OB. Dated this 6th day of PlalntlHs( ) vs MALACHI' Hundredths venue) or Jurisdiction of 1 The waa amaH due to The club will present to ,theltttuy
AND FOR BRADFORD JECTIONS NOT SO FILED .t et ol.' Eighty-nine p.m. group books in' of theoo..r;'
JENKINS
March A.D. 1980 In ux., to IP the court. We Library memory .
feet an much sickness in the community.
)
r COUNTV. FLORIDA. WILL BE FOREVER BAR. 3/6 Defendants( ). (1159.119) Lillie J. Joseph, '
Johnson
Bradford County. on Southerlyboundary ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS wish to those who following: gatKerrigan
I FileS RED a speedy recovery .
PROBATE DIVISION 4tpd 3/27. NOTICE OF aforesaid; NOT SO FILED, business William B. ,Richards and.uj.
short
NO. 80-23-CP.C Date of the first SALE were absent. After 8 .
South Eight,"-mIne WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Elisabeth Stables. u
ESTATE OF publication of this Notlc. thence meeting, those present enjoyed
'In
re: Notice .Is hereby given '
and We hope Individuals who are over rfI\oJ
tJ WALTER JOSEPH HOFF of Administration: March NOTICE OFINTENTION that to an orderor ((69)) degrees Thirty- REDDate games song, bingo and !
MAN Deceased. 20 1980. pursuant final' of four ((34)) minutes West, of the firstpublication refreshments. The group voted to 55, but still young at heart,will Join us ,It-J.
5 a Judgment
sold Southerlyboundary. of this Noticed at 1 Mar. 25 at the Recreation
o NOTICE OF /s/Shoron Marie TO REGISTER foreclosure entered 'In along March hold our.nnualluncheon at the Koun- p.m.
Three Hundred Administration: Hall on Pratt, Street for funi anrfaTJJ
ADMINISTRATIONS Metonas. Personal FICTITIOUS the above-captloned action and 13, 1988.Enema. try Kitchen located on 301 Just south- :
C Representative.. NAME I will sell the property Twenty-one Hundredths /'./ Louise Kelly. Starke. The date. will be Apr 22. fellowship. Lucy G. Wellon u..III!
administration of PIERCE HARDY. P.A. situated In Bradford Thirty-four ',-) S of Doster Strong formerly".
Ai the estate of WALTER /I/George: .H. Pierce, Pursuant to Section County Florida ((321.34)) feet to point Emma Louisa Kelly ,J gatd

JOSEPH HOFFMAN P.O. Drawer 1030 869.09 Florida Statutes' described. as: beginning. the Doster =-, ;; ..,If'

deceased File Number Stork.. Florida 32091 notice Is hereby given A parcel' of land .lyingIn at public and sale best, to bidder Pierce a Hardy. '-.A.I a J llf/ jI, dsvof

BO-23CP Is pending In Attorneys for PersonalRepresentative that the undersignedRoger the Northeast Quarter highest. the East front /i/George: H. Pierce. i !! je/'/I ,OTwIU
the Circuit Court for Folks, Rt. 3, Box Northvist for cash at .
tcat (NI / ) o entrance of P.O. Drawer 1030. I**:*;
Bradford County, 904/9M-370I. 3,0 2tchg 328. Starke. Flo. 32091 Quarter (NI M) of Street front Starke. Florida 32091, ,-. -'r 919111'
Bradford CountyCourthouse -- -
hi Florida Probate Division 3/27. business under the SW the -
doing Southwest Quarter ( In Starke. Attorney for PersonalRepresentative =--
ai the address of -- firm name of "B 4 F M of Section Twenty-,
)
.
Florida at II a.m., on By the time young people .reach the ages 18 to 17. over
which Is Bradford CountyCourthouse. AUTO SALES", 2117 N. Five
five ((25)), Township
of March 3/13 21chg 3.0. 80 of them reed at least occasionally r"\-
the 31st day percent a newipaper
inC Bradford NOTICE OF Starke
Temple Avenue, ((5)) South;Range Twenty-, Publishers Assn. i \oJ
( Stark. Florida 'INTENTIONTO Fla. Intends to Bradford 1980. the American Newspaper reports.
County. 32O9I two ((22)) East Brown.Clerk /IN THE!CIRCUIT COURT .
S. .
fo 32091 Th. nom. and address REGISTER register said. fictitious County. Florida; sold Gilbert Court FOR BRADFORD COUNTY LEGAL ytfI
Vi of the Personal FICTITIOUS name under the provisions parcel being more particularly Circuit By: FLORIDA PROBATE and mull Indicate the /
Ci Representative. and of NAME of aforesaidstatute. described as sBeuloh M. Moody, DIVISION File NO. bails for the claim the SONAL REPRESENTATIVE 'Board will consider o'l HR

th the Personal Representatives follows:: Deputy Clerk. 79-57-CPO-3U6)( ). name and address of the : Charles .. Wlldt?, Monday April 7. 1980 ot
fo attornsy are set /Pursuant to Section Roger Folks, owner. Commence at the Northwest Harold B. Haimowlti. In re: ESTATE OF creditor or his agent or Wlldl, Quesada Brock tha same sold place' ate Ot.
forth below. 865.O9. Florida Statutes, Dated this 13th day of corner of said P.A., Lawrence J. Bernard Harold A. Bishop, attorney, and the and Skinner P.A., Suite 10:00: A.M. an Ordinances *aj
th All Interested persons notice is h.r.by given March. A.D. 1980 In Northeast Quarter (NE Attorneys for Jr.Deceased. amount claimed. If the '2320 .Independent relating to: <;RJ'*

th ore required to tile with that the undersigned' la- Bradford County. 3/13 '/.) of Northeast Quarter Plaintiff 1001 Blackstone.. NOTICE' OFADMINISTRATION claim l I. not yet due; the Square, One Independent The ratonlng of the0513followlna :
eli the court WITHIN THREE tomes Herr... I 118 S. 4tpd 4/3. (NE SL) of Southwest Building. Jacksonville. date when It will become Drive Jacksonville,. described pro-"? <;
MONTHS FROM THE Thompson St.. Starke. Quarter (SW%), and run Florida 32202. 3/13 2tchg TO ALL PERSONS HAV- due shall be Mated.' If Florida :322O2. Telephone perry and amending the r ?..
CO DATE OF THE FIRST Flo.' 3209doing South Zero (0)) degreesand 3/20.: 'ING CLAIMS OR the claim contingent or1unliquidated ((904)) 35S-44O3. Comprehensive Lon*""'

th PUBLICATION OF THIS buslnsss under the firm NOTICE OFINTENTION One ((01)) minute DEMANDS AGAINST THE the natureof 3/13 3tchg 3/27. Use Plan to provide thaffUtnSlands

Lei NOTICE: ((1)) All claims nom. of "MERLE NOR East along the Westerly 'IN THE CIRCUIT ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL the uncertainly shall currently soned tfwJ.

] against the eitate and MAN COSMETIC TO REGISTER boundary thereof Three COURT. EIGHTH OTHER PERSONS IN be> Hated. If the claim Is NOTICE OF APPLICATION R1C and designated' byJIh. !: ':

sil'n ((2) any objection by an STUDIO' 118 S. Thompson FICTITIOUS ((3) feet to on Iron pipe JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN TERESTED THE ESTATE: .secured the security FOR REZONINGAND plan as Ruralff !rtl
( Interested psrson to St.. Starke. Fla. NAME (hereinafter referred to AND FOR BRADFORD YOU ARE HEREBY shall be described. The AMENDMENT OF Residential be reionedjaV

Br whom notice was moiled 32091. Intends to as !IP) located on the COUNTV. FLORIDA NOTIFIED that the administration claimant hall deliver THE LAND USE PLAN to BH. and designated iirv

Na that challenges the register said fictitious Pursuant to Section Southerly boundary of PROBATE DIVISION. File of the sufficient copies of the An ORDINANCE amending Highway Business, tbej fjrfj:

Stl validity of the will. the nom. under the provisions 865.09. Florida Statutes the right of way of a NO. 80-20-CP( 1-13198)( ). estate of Harold' A. claim to the clerk to tho ComprehensiveLand property of WILLIE,.c

Ba qualifications of the personal of aforesaidstotut notice Is hereby given graded County rood for In re: ESTATE OF MARTHA Bishop. Jr., deceased enable the clerk to mall Use Plan Element BROWN described a't-II

Don representative, .. that the undersignedThomas point of beginning. From ROBINSON. Deceased. File' Number 79-57-CP on. copy to each personal and Map by Bradford follows: ':f(,' '
L. Francis Rt. I. point of beginning thus ((1-3146), Is pending 'In representative. County Florida/ In accordance 24.000 SQ. FT. locoteq :
Pa Bon 10. Hampton Fla. described continue NOTICE OF the Circuit Court of Bradford All persons InterestedIn with tho local l/Bth miles South of.J'jS
!
GoTe / 11: (Sloucr 32044. doing business South Zero (0) degreesand ADMINISTRATIONThe County Florida the estate to whom a' Government Com. Starke on the East side of; :?.
3/oIjn under the firm name of One ((01)) minute administration of Probate Division the address copy of this Notice of Administration prehensive Planning Act Hwy 301 In Section 32.c"

I Reg. Reel Eitate Broker "VOM KIEFERWALD KEN. East along said Westerly the estate of MARTHA of which Is Bradford has been off 1975 as provided for in Township 6 South Rong..M:

sis NELS", Rt. I, Box 10. boundary One Hundred ROBINSON deceased County Courthouse, mailed are required Chapter 163 of the 22 East parcel 4266 for
Cell .
ISO W. ft.Starke
DaDa Hampton. Fla. 32O44 Intends Nineteen and Thirteen File Number 80-20. Is Drawer B, Starke, WITHIN THREE MONTHS Florida Statutes.TO convenience type stars
to register sold fictitious Hundredths ((119.13)) feetto pending In the Circuit Florida 32O91. The personal FROM THE DATE OF THE : All Citizens: Taxpayers with gas pumps.

Mi rt 964-5527 name under the an IP located on the Court for Bradford County representatives of FIRST PUBLICATION OF and other Interested .

L provisions of aforesaid Easterly boundary of the Florida Probate Division the estate Is Harold A. THIS NOTICE to file any persons You are further given t>

amt ,, Special statute. right of way of State the address of Bishop III. whose address objections they may You and each of you NOTICE that a copy of
Trailer Pork Thomas L. Francis, Road 225; thence North which Is Bradford County Is I 1528 East Call hove that challenges thevalidity ore hereby and herewith sold proposed ORy d7

.2 I trailer, park 11 I trailers. Approx. 6 oc.... Fenced. owner. Eighty ((90)) degrees and Courthouse, Starke, Street, Starke. Florida of the decedent'swill given notice In accordance DINANCE Is available for**)..;,
Dated this 13th day of ((18)) minutes the qualifications of the of
Eighteen Florida 32091. at
trailer 11 'roil.... 2 BR frame house barn op- Bradford County. with Florida your Inspection i}gym::
1 park
fenced pastureland. LARGE down pay March A.D. 1980 In East One Hundred Fifty 32091. The name and address The name and address the personal representative Statutes that the Board flea of the Director of,.,,.,1.! :
prox. 22 acre Bradford County. 3/13 ((150)) feet to an IP: of tho Personal of the personal or the venue or off County Commissioners Zoning and Planning
.
ment. Owner will finance, bolance.B 4lpd 4/3. thence South Zero ((0)) Representative and of representative's at jurisdiction of the Court. of Bradford Bradford County Coursjy1

.. w We Handle) Rentals degrees and One ((01)) the Personal' Representative's torney ore set forth ALL i CLAIMS County Florida have ... Starke. Florida. !JOvc r'.hou.

'2 BR unfurnished house. minute East Sixty-five attorney" ore set below' : DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS designated the Bradford Each and every persoPhaving "

I 'I unfurnished apartment. IN THE CIRCUIT ((65)) feet to an IP; thence forth below All persons having NOT SO FILED County Zoning and Planning any Interest

we '4 BR. IV' Ba Home. COURT. EIGHTH North Eighty-nine ((89)) All Interested. personsare claims or demands WILL BE FOREVER BAR. Board to conduct a whatever In tha enactment -

at ''3 BIt LAKE HOUSE Furnished F.b. May. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT degrees and Thirty-four required to file with against the estate are REDDate public hearing at a of this proposed
Ja COMMERCIAL PROPERTY BRADFORD COUNTV. ((34)) minutes East, One the court. WITHIN THREE required WITHIN THREE of the first regular meeting held at ORDINANCE should ap:. ::!''',

the I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned off ic... Great FLORIDA. Hundred Seventy-three MONTHS FROM THE MONTHS FROM THE publication of this Noticeof 7:30: p.m. In the County pear and be heard at thrfaarrtime
ocotion Civil Action Number and Forty-nine Hundred.ths(173.49)f..tloon DATE OF THE FIRST DATE OF THE FIRST Administration: March Commission meeting and place prescribe S: It

I Tockl. and Bait business large Inventory. 79-S94-CA.TUCKER. ( ) IP: PUBLICATION OF THIS PUBLICATION OF THIS 13 1980. room Bradford County ed.. r1 tce
1
cht On. block In downtown Starke, just waiting for the BROS.. INC.. thence North Zero ((0)) NOTICE ((1)) All claims NOTICE to file with the /Harold A. Bishop. Courthouse,. Storke. BOARD OF BRADFORD) nr'

fee: city business. Great opportunity for downtown mall.large against the estate and clerk of the above court III, As PersonalRepresentatives Florida on Tuesday COUNTY COMMIS>riu' :
input right
I warehouse, 6.000 sq. ft. Needs roof and ((2)) any objection by on a written statement of of the March 25 1980 and SIONERS. :'i""'i<'u
approx.
walls.INVESTORS Interested person to any claim or demand Estate of Harold A. make a recommendationto By /s/Gllbert S4J1J.I: ::
dry epairs. Has floor and standing whom notice was mailed they may hove Each Bishop. Jr.. Deceased. the Board of County Brown Clerk. !/13 2tch3-1:-

Incom. Property Will,DREAM Pay For Itself Ralph Bryan Real Estate t that chollenges the claim! .must be In writing ATTORNEY FOR PER. Commissioners and the 320.PHONE. o..m

B '1 small apartment complex. Handyman's special! 4 renal I

O units. possibly 5. 310 W. Call St., Starke m I -

.1 small frame house. (Cor. US 301 A Call Street; 964-8768 L..I3 al
A '1 large from. house. Needs repairs. Residents or 4

chile ((4 BR. 4 BA). VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION "
apartments
held '1 2 BR Irame house. Apartment on side. Zoned com ACROSS FROM WESTERN AUTO. ESTATE j) .. o't" I IQ
acco mercial. ,* '#* I C REAL -- ..' ; ;1st(3
: 8 .2JL, fc _. leter ef es.ebonrlngyout..iChech ..._
manSci NEW LISTINGS with us twi ill i;c' I
each side, brick landscaped ;
tneEwill :2 BR 1 yard.Ba, LR, Kit.. on duplex YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A 4% LOAN I


i '3 BR 180. Greenhouse. Zoned Comm.rcial.quirt NEW HOMES ..g 1C

'2 Aportmenti' Downstairs, 3 BR. 2 Ba. Upstairs. Living WE ARE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF SEVERAI EALTY I

mile; Quor..... Rent will help pay mortgog.. GOOD BUILDERS.! WE Will ASSIST YOU WITH HOUSI :

coun: PLANS AND FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS. Our service. FIOS.IA.11REALTY ) 1
Please call us to list your Pro petty.
Pr John E.Glover cost you 'hlng.-th. "builders peyl Complete lnformo< 947776TERWLIGAR ; ; !

who tlon en the new COUNTY BOND PROGRAM. 205 N.
lion.entn. .'11. Real 1 {state Broker Tempi Starke j

Lu Green Sand. Associate HEADQUARTERS LOTS ACREAGE Phone 944-7700 nit, l ,
,
FOREST HOTS. Restricted '/, acre lots S2.500 and up :343 N. Tempi Avenue
Sp i
Terms WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE :F a
Greecalln FRULKNER IS) SALVAGE YARD with 10
.. ROILING HILLS (Boyless Highway) I acre up $3,500 'ecres of 1 lend on Ml.

up-10% down. REAL TV 9&4.5D&5 REALTOR SPECIAL .i :

3 bedroom IVt both en 2 Foil .;
HERE A HOW NEW HOMES READY
)
Li JfMdt9/ 20 ACRES Forsyth Rd. $33.000. acres IN COUNTRY
YOU $28.000. UP..FAKMWS HOME ;'
Se .
Realtor LAWTEY 3 acres t up.>. $3.000 per acre terms. Come See Us At Our NEW LOCATION 1 bedroom both. CH/A. In ADM.. VA.. FHA et CONVENTIONAL
t ....300. Corner ef Hwy 301 South end Lafayette. St.
Me 7.11 acres well pole septic town. FINANCING. YOU INCOME 'IS $9.000T
Ternthe THE BEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH IS THE EARTH 10 acres pines $22,000 8 SZ4.0OO. ACROSS FROM WISHBONE CHICKEN
ITSELF. Off OVER THIS' IS A GREAT OPPORTUNE I
1AWTIV 3 .bedroom
Broo US 301 N. 36.35 Acres with I MO*en 301 56.500t.rm.. FHA-VA a Cenv. Financing Available home, with edelnlng| 'Income rr..ur us HELP YOU FOOAYI' i *".

Marc EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY NEED FOUR BEDROOMS I property

AI I to own en.xtra Cell today Owner retiring. ISO Acres All or. part. Owner reedy to sell Make An COMMERCIAL' t INCOME PROPERTY IT PAYS TO CONSULT A REALTOR ** .3 .

!frienRev. nice piece of Income end moving $27.000. l Off..I.! 1OFFERING I .Washington St. Lot with building a chain link Evenings: Please call WE NEED LARGE TRACTS OF LAND HAVE CLIINTi'.b.rr ;
f.nce-SS.000. ,. .
producing property Varnle P. Odo.... Broker "
downtown Cell) .t. Over 3000
chur: UOO .". ft. home with On. Acre on 301 with septic APPROX. BOO ecree In various locations. Store building Terms. GUI Phone '...S.7.. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 4:1'.1': i
feet. '''.500
Dece: 900 sq. ft. rental on and well. Very pretty. square 301 large bldg. '/ acre $39.000 Owner financed. ""'' :
Pearl Andrews .".7739
2.60 ac. In Starke. $4.0OO. COMMERCIAL ACREAGE Greet property across from Holiday Inn Owner flit; ;

SF $...500 REDUCED to LOOKING FOR 301 FRONTAGE? WE HAVE OVER I MILE 'Hwy lOOW-Beautlful' 77 ecres, only MO.SOO., very Store a opts Ml $27,500. Owner financed. It.3" I

$59900. 10 Ac. '''.000 10. On. IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED IN TOWN OUT!I I good terms.SO 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg., on Rd. 14 E Owner financed
Te 10 Ac. 20.000 Beeutlful acres, Marion County Owner financed. Home (commercial/' cottage $22,500 Owner financed/ '

Stand of'I_.. HOMES '4 acres, Hwy 225 goad .lend In pasture fenced .3 buildings en Cell Apt. upstairs Owner Inenced. 'U 1't
IN LAWTEY 1 Hack from i
All *
school. 3 BR Home '/, 20 Ac. Fenced. Exc. Concrete block home 3 BR 2 beths Family room CH*A 2.750 per acre. .w.; 404 N. Cherry 2 large furnished Apts. Owner fI... '1 J&. .
ta Fe on well ,
Includes septic
Pesture $40,000. Inside utility separate' storage closed garage excellent '2'%' acre, Hampton area ) $500. mo Income 4 rentals Call a Boy ISI.OOO.101o*
time oc. lot 25500. CLARK
lot light pole, terms. -Apt. cash flow. VUV :
location end condition nice $40,000. complex 301 good Owner fin. :
the nadrnii NEW HOME IN COUNTRY- 021 acres Hwy 301 South.

S Acres with Small Lak. W. ef La"" ., en 3 Ac. 3, I '490 pecan trees. 29''' oc.... 17 70 M.H. C.... ACREAGE .._
a.m. i '."c.d. Hurry only '1. 2 ... Flreplece In 'If.Fm BRAND NEW 4 homes Low down payment Interest H/A. 2 MH hookups, 24 ecres In Improved pasture. I acre large story home lewtey 21.000 Owner!.Ir'?
ra.. te qualified. ( bu"... W.4.II1 *J.4 cc,. $1.000 Owner '
Themine I S12.SOO. Rm. Built In Vec. $ys. Fenced. Hampton financed. JV .
$54,000. Good location. 30 ac,... half wooded half Improved *I.' acres near Presbyterian. Church B Hospital. S39.M3K.
2 BR Block In walking distance to town an 100 x 17$ lot- fenced. Starke' office 964-5731
to tak pasture creek. frontage partially *4.14 acres O riff Is loop w timber" SIO.SOO Owner fl4/
admitBern 301 North Trail'Motel L."" ., ream for large garden S2I.OOO. HOMES 13 acres 301 4 Menjen. $39.000 Owner fin : ::11
SHUSH a BUCKET 3 .;;...
Offlc.7.2.3931 Home 712-394: TWO STORY frame house en Cell ....-. Good bedroom country home en *20 acres 301 N. Rellroed prime Owner fin. '
Handyman Special Excellent location 614 W. Adklns, a IIacres-517.000.: Ore J
Coord location 8 rooms 2 bath. of land has living
3 acres ft a
The rame LR eat-In kitchen/ w/bar 4 BR IVi Ba chain HAMPTON '.. IB Three acres w/nlce fish end *2 ecres B Home off rd. 125..bent fenced S24.90O. ...

whichfeedb JACK COURTNAY & ASSOC., Inc. Ink fence nice tool shed 11000. Terms. pond. 23900. Good Terms. kitchen room, best dining of room all ITS 10 acres 4 BR 2 Be brick, Rd. 125 Home with extras1 _

Licensed Reel Estste Broker 0' bedroom. I bath on I acre, nice. trees, I7.JOO. OWNER FINANCEDI. *12 acres Rd. 225 Nice ....... :3 BR 2 Ba CMA 563,600.5 ;
abilit; KINGSLEY LAKE Tars. *1* acres Brewnlee 1 Rd. :3 BR 2 Be CHBA $...500. "",*' :
studet t ;' State, Cenin.d Builder Brick duplex with 90 ft. en water $...500. '$ .*.'I IletIG'oO"( 'o1)lo..ed."' 11.9M. 122.500. *eecres-Neat2BRBoeff. Rd. 125 tU.OOO. '*. ;.
P. O. Box 1354 S. I BetE 9.500. **
sched: '2/'' acre :LOTS INVESTMENT JI
CROSBY: LAKE '7'/' acres with > BR. I lath. C/. home, CHAA. COZY FOR A COUPLE : ,
semei Keystone Hgts Fla. 32856 '
Dr. ? 2 I BR I Ba frame flame with 45 ft. on water with SO ft. chain link" fenced yard, messy fruit frees. several Well kept 2 bedroom 1 .7 TRAILER LOTS BROWNLEE RD. mir. r

thoseStark;; ((904)) 473.7080 dock. $3.000.STRAWBERRY. pecans, fenced 8. cress-fenced pa.", .. 2 smalleuthgete2BR. BATH HOME CONVENIENT :$ .OOO PER tOT 20%DOWN. itwi: .

........ T....... TO IVIltYTHING.21.HO. '1 acre wall tenk....... pump ......... irtll.bldg.M.aOaJ. ,
ACRES ,$ I Beth family room, carpet ACsnIP. Let 4 Butler Court $M90.Beautlrvl 3wq .

take pointr Country Estate Large 2-story Cape Cod on 14 beautiful nice comer tit 28.MO. Terms. COULD Bl YOUR BEST lot near Country Club' MOV 124' ".100 Rd..211II !

in OWNER FINANCED PROPERTIES I fenced and cross fenced oc.... Hwy 22$. stone exterior nice, 2 BR. I Beth with MOVE .Lovely block homeen Commercial, let next te TII...... Realty' ISO'*I 50'..H3
pus LAKEFRONT I acres ender cwWeatfoe. here end. ..r... comb., a large weeded lot with MamptM Oaks Let It5 $7101 pretty Wren Owner fin 11 j

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strawberries this 2
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Study. 1 ...._. 2 beths. 2 acres. Sues kit- .3
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ResCece ........ Must so*. Goad serene then, specious living ream Call St. commercial lot 100' x 19V I9.9OO Owner fins MPREFERRtaPROPERTY .
5 Acre 21 toned .. ... Three bedroom I bath. _..'. -
parcels fronting an SR residential.These ..... A. with fireplace central! heel ,
Mew 2 BR home with Greet Room t Fireplace Osl A en 4 Central .heat a air. Fenced yard.
"beautiful tracts ef heavily wooded rolling lend ere .. Mock homo. a .1,. $91.000..
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Evenings end Sundays by eppolntment APARTMENTS FOR RENT -.
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NEWS .__of.-c.-c__ ....c O lll c____ .._ '" 11 n l..e.c_9so.91.9.ot I tit'
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Our prayers are with him. We Heard Anders on Saturday and she spent the Bruce Boger of Columbia,S.C. Friday Revels and son DeWItt, Mr. Margie
By Elizabeth Terry phone 782-3300. acquired while doing revival therein later that he came home. Sunday and weekend with them. until Sunday.Mr. Reddish and son Randall were Sun-
Grace United Methodist Church October. Rev., Will Wright Is is better. Friends of Nancy Bennett are hap- and Mrs. Fleam Starling were day dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs. Les
e Fellowship Supper of the pastundaY presently pastoring the church there. Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mondayand py to learn that,she came home Fri- supper guests of their son and McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. Burchfield
was an enjoyable affair. The The Singer of Heart (Love Family Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. day after having had her tonsils daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Miller and daughter, Marlyn and
blessus. ) participated In the Lake. Butler C.E. Strickland, of Gainesville. Mrs. removed in Memorial Hospital. Franklin Starling and family of Mrs. Gladys Pringle of Sanford
I United Methodist's revival this past Strickland spent some time with her Jacksonville on Thursday morning.Our Bryceville on Wednesday night. visited their mother, Mrs. R.H. Futon
Guest of Rev. and Mri. Love this Monday night. The blessings received son-in-law and daughter Chief and prayers are with her. Mrs. John Tye Sr. had a cookout at In Bradford County Hospital Sunday
st Sunday were his brother, Jim were many. Mrs. Joe Bason and son. ;She:; returned Miss Arthurine Blanchard was a her home Saturday afternoon. Those morning.
e and family from South Florida. Please note that we are no longer home on Friday, Mar.: 7. Her guest of her friend Miss Esther 'present were: Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Tally
IIG, Joan and Keith' Grant of having Sunday night services. AU daughter Mrs. Paul Pawlak of Mason, of Jacksonville on Friday.Mr. of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy ,
'acksonville. other services remain the same.PERSONALS' Jackson, Mich..r came on Friday to be and Mrs. James Bowman Talley and family of Jacksonville, YOU '
REVIVAL this week at our church, with her. On Tuesday, Mar. 11 SFC celebrated their daughter's birthdayon and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
r.1922.Chaplain Tompkins will bereaching. and Mrs. Daniel B. Hardin of Berlin, Sunday afternoon. They had a and Mrs. John Tye Jr., and family. AUTO
Rev. Love will be conducing Mrs.Doris Harrison of Jacksonvilleand Germany,who are on leave at present delicious dinner and then later on Mrs. Eileen Kelly and her son f4
the music. Everyone welcome. her sister, Mrs. Evelyn Henry,of and will be stationed at Huntsville, they served cake and ice cream. Her Justin of Jacksonville spent the KNOW
The Love Family spent an enoyable Starke, spent Tuesday with their Ala.came to visit them Tuesday mor- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. weekend with her parents Mr. and
Saturday night singing for the aunt Mrs. O.J. Anders. ning and brought their aunt Miss Altwater, and Mrs. R.W. Boman of Mrs. Earl Troxell. Mrs. Troxell went By'Gena
"Iorahome Methodist Church this Friends of Mr. Ab. Norman of Terry to the bus. Jacksonville came for the occasion.Mr. home with her daughter and will
st weekend. They enjoyed seeing Highland regret to learn that he is a Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of Milliard and Mrs. Oscar Carter spent spend a week with them. RossQ.
me i of the church friends they bad surgical patient in Shands Hospital. came after her mother Mrs. O.J. last weekend in Lakeland with their Mr. and Mrs. Frank Honaker, of

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Orlando spent Friday until Sunday Even though I have a
MrS. Ken Frank and from there all of with their brother-in.law and sister, super battery in my 1978

I( COMMUNITY: NEWS --..--.og a ss+t them went to Naples to visit Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts. Pontiac, I'm afraid it will
Mrs. M. Sheldon. Miss Bilhe Doreen Wilson returned wear out soon because of the

By Elisabeth Walker, phone Dell Chapter 168 OES members are Sunday School 16<5 a.m. Morning Mrs. Beulah Norman spent two home Sunday after spending four long time it takes to start OB
cold
asked to meet with the Deputy Mar. Worship 11 a.m.' The Fellowship of months with her son-in-law and months with her brother-in-law and mornings. When It
trip' Help Please! '29 at 4 p.m. in the Masonic Hall on Churches activity at 3 p.m. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, sister, Col. and Mrs. James Dougherty finally catches It still
In response to the report regarding Brownlee Street. Please bring a Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist and her son Marcus Norman who and family, her brother Timmy sputters a couple of minutes
before
e i dilemma of Walter Lee Hender- covered dish.Church Church: Easter rehearsal beginn- visited his family in Starke and his Wilson of England, and her brother- Ideas smoothing out. .Any
?
n Jr. and his family In Lawtey Activities: ing Monday at 6 p.m. daily. Tuesday mother came home with him then. in-law and sister Major and Mrs. A.
Citizens of good will all over the county New Bethel Baptist Church Choir Prayer Meeting 7:30.: Wednesday the Mrs. Sherry Norman spent the Russell Lines and daughter Jac- Yes. Test the choke
Circles will meet at Mamie Mitchell.. weekend with her husband Danny of Frankfurt operation. It's a simple
are being asked to contribute)to the No.2 will rehearse Saturday 5 p.m. at : queline Germary.Mrs.
alter Lee Henderson Jr. Fund. the church. A meeting for the Blye's Circle will meet at Mammie Norman of Boca Raton. Mrs. Beulah Robert Lee attended the examination. With the
McCutchen. Thursday 6 Easter Norman also visited her grandsonand Postmasters Meeting in Jacksonvilleon engine cold, remove the
Please, won't you be a part of this Deacons and Trustees will be held p.m. carburetor
;roup today and make your contribu- Saturday at 2 p.m. rehearsal. Friday 8 p.m. the annual wife, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Thursday.Mrs. aircleaner
ion to the Walter Lee Henderson,Jr.Fund There will be an honorary servicefor usher's anniversary. Rev. L.R. Davis Roberts and their two little girls whilein Pierce Crews and her niece assembly and look down the
carburetor
at the Community State Band in Deacon Leon Thomas Saturday, will be the speaker. The senior choirof Miami. Mrs. W.F. Atwood, were business throat as
the Bradford Shopping Center? 7:30. AU well wishers are Invited to be the church will sing. Saturday, 8p Mr. Arlie Dobbs returned home on visitors in Gainesville on Tuesday.Mr. someone in the car presses
and
Your support is seriously needed present at the church. Sunday School ,m. Easter rehearsal.Sunday School Saturday from Alachua General and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were releases the accelerator
nd.wlD be greatly appreciated. by 19 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. 9:30.: Morning Worship 11 a.m.Dinner Hospital. We are happy to know that Sunday diners of their son-in-law and pedal. Press to the floor
._'J unfortunate family. Fellowship Hour of Churches 3 p.m. 12:30.: Tiny Tots rehearse at 4 p.m. he Is better. We will continue to pray daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie once, then release. The
Please give generously. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Evening; Worship 6 p.m. for him and his family. Mosley of Highland, also their son-in- engine need not be running.
Heroines of Jericho: The HeroinesT Revival, sponsored by the Fellowshipof Deliverance Miracle Revival Henry Hodges and his sons, Hank law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pat The valve should close fully
T Jericho will celebrate Palm Sun- Churches began Monday, Mar. Center: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- and Mark. attended the Stock Car Henry. over the carburetor. If It
doesn't
ay Mar. 23 at Mr. Morlah United 17-21. Members of the Fellowship ing Worship 11 a.m. Evangelistic Ser- Races in Lake City Speedway on Mrs. Danny Thompson and sons the choke linkage
[(Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Thesonic Choir will sing each night. Rev. Rose vice Thursday, 7:30.: Dinners will be Saturday night. Brian and Kevin of Jacksonville spent may be binding. Get a can of
Family is invited to be pre- from Jacksonville will preach each sold Saturday beginning at 11:30.: Friends of Mrs. Selma Eunice Sunday with her mother Mrs. Fred and carburetor-cleaning solvent
sent. Pastor Elder James Mitchell. Even- regret to learn that she is in Cathedral Moore. They ate at the Steak House In soak an old tooth brush
night. ing Service 7:30.: Health and Rehabilitation Center 333 Starke. in the fluid. Clean the choke

Ml. Zion AME Church: Friday 7:30: East Ashley Street. Jacksonville. She Lawtey Dixie Youth winners for the linkage so you can inspect it.
I Hampton HighlightsBy -.c Board meeting. Sunday School 10 Is doing better. Lets pray for her. Turkey Shoot were: ((1)) Wayne If it appears unusually bent
a,m. The Stewardess second anniver- Mrs. Ernest Hewitt, of Tallahassee demons (2) Wayne Clemons, ((3) (normally is bent slightly),
MS-UU Anniversary sary will be held Sunday 11 a.m. Rev. returned to her home on Friday. Cecil John Green (4) Jimmy Prevatt ((5) replace it.Automotive.
Dolores Senior Meng.Citizens phone Mr. and Happy Mrs. Lynn Hall celebrated F.J. Satchel will hold the second Dobbs of Huntsville Ala., is still with Louie Starling (6) Frank Honaker

The Senior Citizens will their 55th Wedding Anniversary Mar. quarterly conference Sunday at 4 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie and (7) Eugene Taylor.Mr. Parts Center
Hampton All members invited Dobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Dobbs and Mrs. Burchfield Miller
elebrate St. Patrick's Day at their 14 by dining at the Western Steer p.m. are to at- Casey and
Mar.21. Steak House. tend. returned to Jacksonville for a rest. daughter Marly Ms. Gladys Pringle Starke
\ in Friday the City, Hall. Mr.!; dint Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng Church of God In Christ: The Union Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith of of Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Claude

p.m. will be selected and celebrated their 3rd Wedding An- will begin in Jacksonville Tuesday, Jacksonville were supper guests of
erreshments! will be served. All are niversary on Mar. 18. Mar. 18-21.' There will be no service at her mother, Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and
the church Sunday. her brother-in-law and sister Mr.and CASH MONEY
elcome. Please wear I 5555 SSSS
green Hampton Elementary School Antioch Baptist Church: Prayer Mrs.D.R. Brown and family on Satur-

Refund Club Friday. Mar. 21. h a Teacher Plan- service 7 p.m. Saturday the Union day night. For All '
Coupon Choir will rehearse at 6:30.: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly went to 9 c
The second meeting of the Club ning Day. Students will stay home UBErookar .
School 9:30 11 Jacksonville General to visit CANS
for the of saving that day. a.m. Morning Worship Hospital ALUMINUM
organized purpose
a.m. The Choir Union will present a their brother Cecil Whitehead on
will be held Saturday Mar. 22,
oney at 2 at Putnam Hall. Friday afternoon.
Bat at the home of Mrs. Edith Spring Break program p.m.
2
p.m. Recycling:
Smith. Edith and Carolyn Slater Wednesday Thursday and Fridayof The public is invited. Reggie Norman of Cedar Key spent

originated the Club in this area for ex- next week Mar. 26, :1 and 28, have Free Canaan True Church of God In Tuesday until Saturday with his HWY 18 Brooker, Fla
Unity: Monday Prayer Band. Each parents Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nora -
been set aside for Break
and refund slips. Spring vaca-
I changing Bring along coupons your food coupons and ex- tion days. This might be a good time Tuesday Choir rehearses.Wednesday man his grandmother, Mrs. Carl Each Saturday S RIVJ to 5 PIUI
7:30.: Tarrying Service 7:30.: Friday Prevatt.
to catch work
yard
Call on or
change with neighbors up
468-2124 or 468-2920 your for further infor- housecleaning or just resting I church service 7:30.: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCombs Cash In Your Hand For Aluminum Cans
am. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- visited their friends, Mr. and Mrs.
mation.
CTBS Testing ing Worship 7:30.: _________n.____
Happy Birthday The CTBS tests will be completed at First Born Church of The Living
the school this week with the God: Tuesday 7:30: Bible Study. Fri-
Tina Marie Meng celebrated her excep-
J 3rd.birthday Mar. 14. tion of some absentees who will be re- day 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday
I.Lyn Mixon celebrated her 9th birthday quired to be tested when they returnto School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 OMCE YOURCHILM"
"' class. a.m. Evening Worship 7:30. .
Mar. 16.
I on Church of God_of Prophecy I Sunday )
Jftt ( !N Students
bbir- ii t :
the ayMar.15.celebrated ""- -"'Among students recently enrolling SCIltJoI'11)'lI'.MMorning Worship 11 '
a.m. Evening Worship 7:30.:
Scott Williams celebrated his 7th at the school are: Angela Hornbeek
Mt. Morlah United Methodist Sun-
I birthday Mar. IS. His family had a from Jacksonville in the 6th grade. :
School
party consisting of cake, ice crea Kim Woods in the 2nd and her day only. CAN
Class Reunion: The class: of 1962 SAY"HELR"
other goodies and games on Sunday. brother, Scott Woods, a 4th grader
from
RJE is planning a class reunionin
Mrs. Debbie Bigham celebrated her from Jacksonville. Cindy Frye a :3rd
July. Anyone interested in atten-
birthday Mar. 17.3tobbiePadgett. grader and her brother,Andy Frye in
ding contact E. McCloud 1190
Mary
,
celebrated his 7th the 4th grade from Ocala. Stanley Old Rd. I
birthday Mar. 19. Rollins, a 7th grader, from Jackson- Lawtey
:.....:: ville. In Memory
In loving memory of our husbandand
father, A.C. Cummings who died

1 BRADFORD MIDDLESCHOOL 9St.a Mar. 20, .976.
Friends come in to comfort Bring

!ithe Bradford Middle School Is having help he had given during the time he flowers by the score. Did many thingsto
its annual spelling bee on Tuesday with BMS. comfort Till they could do no more.
;
was
TEACH HIM HOW
We shall start another long and
;Mar. 25, in the BMS Library.
Thirty-five sixth, seventh and eighth This week. Mar. 18, all BMS lonesome mile. We are trying to carryon
students have been taking CTBS would have
will be competing as you us do. Hoping to
graders Thfor winner tests. We hope to have the test results have your hand. When our work on

BMS.and spelling championship.will then have the- back and available. to parents by the earth is through. .

honor of runner-up representing the middle first of May. Wife and children 10 GETIl:

school at the district spelling bee on

Api, The Judges for the BMS spell- .
ing bee will be Principal Dewey .

Lennard McKinney, Director of and Operations retired "Special tax benefits for Senior
Register,
educator Mrs.Jane Trawick.The pro- Dialing"Q" for the

nouncer will be Language Arts Citizens? should have operator in an emergency

teacher Bill Dey.The spelling bee will is so simple even a child

begin at 12:13. come here last yars"i can do it. .

Dates to Remembers i But you'd be surprisedhow

; Friday Mar. 21 Teachers Planning many children don't
Day and holiday for students. know how-only because

: Wednesday-Friday, Mar. 26-28 they haven't been taught.That's .

Spring Holiday I I 1i b it why it's important -

Friday Mar. 14, the BMS Band put I to teach your childrenthis

on 'an excellent concert for all BMS emergency procedureas

students and staff during 5th period. soon as they can under-
After an excellent performance, the stand itrDialing
.
band: under the direction of James because
0" is fast
Peronto went to District Band Contest -
on Saturday Mar.-13.J there's only one digit'to '

dial. .
'
j J The BMS PTO met Tuesday evening Dialing 0" is easy because

."Mar.. 18, in the BMS gym.. it be used for
the for- can any
Highlight of the evening was
mal Induction ceremony to Induct the emergency situation.
new members into the Junior Beta And dialing "O" alerts

Club Beta Club sponsors Mrs. Linda Y"w an operator who's specially
Mrs. Karen Black and Ms.;:
Bennett, trained to handle an emer-
Sandra Tompkins, planned the ex-
cellent Induction ceremony.Principal gency. That's particularly

Dewey McKinney,introduced the new important if a younger child

BMS Assistant Principal, William M. becomes confused or panics'
McRae.' The BMS PTO presented a Older children can be

gift.as Robert a token Paterson.of their appreciation former BMS toMr. taught to find the emer.

Assistant Principal and new Principals gency service number in
at Brooker Elementary.' The the telephone directory.

PTO thanked Mr. Paterson for all the you are 65 or over, you are entitled to special tax 'And;course, make sure

benefits.. At H&R Block, we know all the deductions and, all yOur children know that
io' phones aren't toys and
credits that Senior Citizens.
sazSo can help
,shouldn't be played with.

'IItONDIU'I', T : Any child can get involved -.
says the VA... Yang' a by..r '
i al&R BLOCTHE in an emerge !
Now 9101 c01No. Ills; .,I9NYM 1N11NtN1Ni What's important is that
{ 1116MW"0.0v
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glow 0 pax.** sMVQ they know how to get out
nw/s Pal" INCOME TAX PEOPLE
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Terri Jakab and Sabrina Starling of their school's spell-off Friday morn- ,

Brooker Elementary School won tripsto Ing, March 14. i4' -, '
the county-wide spelling bee to beheld Terri, of Mr. and Mrs. S
April as they took top honor at Zoltan dater Jakob and a stu-

dent in the 5th and 6th grade class
taught by Rick Ezell and Mrs.Martha

.. Pillow won by correctly spelling a
I word she said was a toughie-
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I1 i h "quietus". It means payback of a

debt discharge from obligation, or a N
pttpi state of Inactivity.

Sabrina daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie and Dorothy Starling and a
member of Mrs. Joan Watson's 4th

and 5th grade group, went out on
"platitude a word Terrl got right to
earn her chance to win.

Third placer and alternate to the
county spelling bee for Brooker is
Tish Goss also from Mrs. Watson's
class, and the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray and Micki Goss of Brooker.
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Judges for the event were Principal Brooker Elementary's Top Spellers
Terri Jakab .
Sabrina Starling Buddy Paterson and Judy Burrows These 19 students tried for the bee s
spelling championship
Brooker Runnerup with Susan Scott serving as the pro- Brooker ChampionSpeller of Brooker Elementary.Front 2nd row (l-r): Keith Starling. Terri Jakab Sabrina Star f.:
Ing. Tish Gosn. Joel Brewer and Pam Willingham. .i'Sa:
Welch.
nouncer. Prlscllla
Speller row. left to right: Judy Godwin Top row: Tim Davis Darrell Polk Duane Molt. Davit!! j
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I Audit Report Shows City Loses Thousands, But No Action Expected 3[-




The city had a $76.239 deficit for the The utilities system Inventory in bad utility debts for the 78-79 fiscal unable to do so. determined and billings rendered. ac- Inoperable water meters wefe-Ss;"' ;

1978-79 fiscal year and lost some taken Sept. 30, 1979 was unreliable. It year."I've. "You just can't find an Insurance cordingly. once again found. Efforts should continue '
$104,714 In the utilities system's net is recommended the commission take been trying to do this review company to insure an city-owned According to the city clerk, the city in this areea to ensure that the ::
Income it was shown in the annual measures in the areas of the rate structure) for three years," power plant unless you want to go to receives about $3,000 a year in pole city does not lose revenue because ofa
audit presented to city commissioners polices and procedures regarding the said Edwards. "The commission someone like Lloyd's of London rental fees. He said to charge more lack of corrective action on its part,
recently. utilities systems' internal control of doesn't want to do anything." which would mean an extreme expense would mean a "hidden talt' on the said the letter from Farnsworth.
Commissioners unanimously accepted inventories.The ," explained Farnsworth. taxpayers. "If we up our rental fees it
the audit without discussion City Clerk said the Inventory is wouldn't add more than a $1,000 to our "The auditor's criticisms don't
The utilities bond ordinance
and to re- budget," Edwards said. bother me a bit..that's what we hired
according Mayor- worked
"being on. The rental fee charged the
quires that the city have adequate insurance '
Commissioner Vernon Silcox him for-to step on our toes some-)
probably on the plant. To date telephone company for pole at-
power said Silcox. .
will be done about theauditor's )"
nothing has not substantially Edwards said he had Idea of how
The Utility System Revenue Fund the power plant has no Insurance and tachments no He pointed out that he will not call.j
audit recommendations.The done by Harold "Pat" incurred a substantial loss-$104,714 of the city has no public liability In- changed in the past few years. We many poles the city rents to the Farnsworth to discuss with the com-
that billings for atat- .
recommend pole telephone
net Income-and it was recommendedthat surance. company.The mission the recommendations. "They. .
Farnsworth cost the city $16,750.In the city review Its rate structure, According to Farnsworth. the city chments be updated or renegotiated recommendation to update ren- have made no indication to me that.
a separate letter to the commis- Each the number of tal fees has been made In the two
sion, the recommendations Farn- hardship and cut-off policies.The has been trying to find a company to entirely. year past they want to do that and I can't do It
sworth made for the audit ending city wrote off a total of $24,713 Insure the power plant and has been poles with attachments should be years. on my own." .to :,.

Sept. 30, 1979, were as follows: .-I
b.:,

v The city does not take an annual *
a physical inventory of its general fixed Bradford County Fair ,; :..

_____ ,-.a
J assets. The rules of the Auditor
rit

tlc and shall General they be maintained state shall that be inventoried permanent on all fixed annually records assets- Just 2 Weeks Away, To Be ]Bigger and Better Than Ever i).::

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The city is working on the Inventory J. Hamilton J.
irS according to Farnsworth. Now just two weeks away the 30th Mosley Debbie Parrish, Doug Red- Curtis Thomas, Patricia Thomas and elude: Randy Anderson Kevin Box, cy Carleton E. Jones, ,Nancy Susan Nayalany Hayes,
annual Bradford County Fair, expected ding, David Reichert, Joe Reichert, Regina Thomas. Dwayne Carroll Tammy Carroll, Melanie Parrish Susan Brian
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The city purchased several items to be bigger and better than Mike Rourke Frank Sheffield Vicky Bradford FFA Swine Show entries Pam Carter Kenny Clark Deneen Whitehead and Jamie Whitehead.Sapp ''

over $1,000 contrary to an April 1978 ever, Is set April 2-5. Sheffield Doll Waters, Lynne Waters, Include: Bradford Junior FFA, Cindy Clyatt, Ken Clyatt Bobby Crosby Bradford,FFA entries in Steer Show
) resolution calling for competitive bid- John Watterson, Marcia Watterson, Alderman Ricky Alvarez Eddie Jr., Marcie A. Mooneyham, Alan Net- Include Drew Frankie Andrews '
Andrews
4 ding for all items over$1,000. The fair will officially open at 11 Priscilla Welch and Susie Welch. Barnes Johnny Brown, Stanley tles, Kathleen O'Guin, Greg Phillips :Bradford FFA An-'
a.m. Wednesday, April 2, with ribbon chapter .
Commissioners could not Brown Mark A. Crews, Tommy Dwight T. Seay, Del Sweat Davin -'
drew Dodd and"Marilyn
remember what the items were nor cutting ceremonies. Taking part will Crosby Blaine Dyal Darrin Hardee, Thomas, David Ward, Curtis Waters Bryant Griffis. Cindy .'
chhe could City Clerk Merrill Edwards. "I be the newly chosen I960 strawberryqueen Carl Johns, Randy Luke;Guy Wayne Dennis W. Waters, Dianne Wiggs Union 4Hsteer- show entries In':
have,, idea of what he's and 1979 strawberry queen Union 4-H swine show entries Include Parrish. W.T. Prevail Bruce Karl Williams and Leslie Williams. ''
ac bout.'Said;no Edwards. V _talking', : Sarah Biggs now a student at Santa_.' : Del Carter CAsti Crosby! Lort Rehberg- John Ruhl and Shane The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA' elude: Darren Brown Curtis Clyatt;
mi Edwards went on to say the com- Fe Community College, and some Lee Hicks Ann Hunt. Lester Hunt, Thornton. Swine Sale Is set Thursday night Kenneth Clyatt Landa Lyn Crawford,

missioners don't abide by the or local officials and dignatariea. Chris Nettles Spring Hill 4-H Club, Union FFA Swine show entries in- April 3, at 7 p.m. and Union Shanda FFA Howard.Steer Show entries In.
the Bradford4H
Steer Show entries from
wi dinances anyway. Annual Rural-Urban Day clude: Jon Brown, Dwayne Crawford,;,
Silcox said the items purchasedwere Ceremonies in which members of the include: Tammy Baldree Randy John Johns Lake Butler Senior FFA
qumi probably emergency items and Starke Rotary Club begin work before Balkcom, Bradford chapter. Randy and Lake Butler Junior FF A. Gary.r-
i Conner, Connie Lanell Guynn,
the bidding procedure would have daylight to prepare and serve a Professional Negotiator Lee Joey Lee, and Alan Woodington.
coi 1wh taken too long. chicken dinner will begin Wednesdayat Beth Hamilton, David Hamilton, Nan ,.

"In an emergency situation are we noon. Wednesday Is also Senior
going to take however long it takes to Citizens Day at the fair in which all
tio Bid on these things or just authorizethe senior citizens are admitted free ol
enl School
J purchase and be on our way?" charge.Set Signed by BoardA Keystone Heights ..r

Gr was the question Silcox posed in Wednesday night at 7:30: Is the '
cal response to why the items were purchased annual Bradford-Union Swine Show Lutheran Church ::;. ;

directly. open to qualified 4-H and FFA contract has been signed with a switched over to the management .: ,.I
members who attend Bradford or West Palm Beach labor relations firm side and started a labor relations SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS
I Union County schools.Some 7S pigs a to conduct negotiations for the Bradford firm according to a teacher union _..
There record number are expected to be School Board when bargainingwith source. 6 P.M. .
was a $76,239 deficit in the
s general fund coffers. "Such entered into the swine show and sale.A teachers starts this spring. Former school business manager WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. .:
overspending is The Eddie Douglas, who is an accountant,
J is not conducive to sound financial showmanship contest set. The bargaining agent could cost the Keystone Lions Club
Teethe The commission first place winner will receive a school board anywhere from $56,000to was the school board's negotiator in
should management.review the current 79-80 trophy and flS cash; second place $10-13,000 under the contract which past years. Douglas resigned last Keystone Heights Fla

Bn budget periodically and make amend- winner will receive a $10 cash prize calls for Thomas M.Forbes to be paid September to go Into private business Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m.
and third place $5. $90 hour plus which In- with Davis Monk, Farnsworth & Co.
Ma ments as appropriate to keep levels of per expenses 473-2O07 After 5pm
/ spending in line with anticipated The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA clude travel, phone etc. The contract Attorney Jess Wolbert recommendedthat
Forbes must be paid for at least a negotiator who Is not an
frii revenues, said the letter. says
Swine Sale is set Thursday night
of the school be
Re five hours per visit to Starke. Final employee system re-
April 3,-at 7 p.m. tained to do the board's bargaining.Since .
cost will be determined by
chi many
inflation has disrupted the of
Saying Miss America Cheryl Prewitt
Supt. Tom Casey doesn't wantto
city's budget in the past few years Ackerman Mississippi, will visit the hours the bargaining takes. Supt. take on the chores himself and Itt4r F itA
Tom Casey recommendedd the con
DeS Edwards said he would balance the fair Thursday, April 3, from 2-4 p.m. tract with Forbes. since no new business manager was
city budget by cutting, not increasingthe and from 7-9 p.m..Miss Prewitt is a hired until recently the board and
The board chose the hourly rate
expected utilities revenue. "I just 1979 of Mississippi State
graduate
Supt. Casey went to an 'outside'negotiator.
5I flat contract Forbes
$10,000
over a
do what the commissioners tell
1J me University where she majored in .
also offered at the request of Board '
though. piano and voice music education.The We ArePleased Ih
Chairman Arthur Gaskins. Vote to ac-
tal I ItilT.
Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA cept the hourly contract came after
the; Edwards said the city has always Steer Show is set Friday April 4. at attorney Wolbert said he couldn't see Florida Gas... To ; 4 "
overspent but the inflationary rate -
7:30: p m. "a dime's worth of difference in the ;
adr has made It worse in the past few Highlight of the final day two contracts." Wolbert said under 1A
from )
amT years.' He said this year however, Saturday, April 5) will be the B-U the so-called flat fee contract the ( Page Welcome
should be different because of the one- board would still be liable for
extra
4-H and FFA Steer Sale to begin at 7 cities
min almost all of the state's gas, the
cent increase in electricity rates. The
payments if Forbes would be called
tot increase is expected to generate an p.m.Advance fear the merger could lead to reducedgas
for duties other than
adnBer price tickets for the mid- upon any supplies in Florida. Attorneys had
additional $300,000 a year. way are still four for a dollar. Ride bargaining at the table, such as ses- asked Florida Gas and Continental
COOl tickets are available at the Chamberof sions to acquaint administrators with directly what their plans were and did CONNIE PAYNE 1

Tt The commission has already been Commerce office at Madison and the issues. not receive an answer. They then .
whitfeed warned by the city clerk that spen- Walnut Streets in downtown Starke Gaskins pointed out the board has went to the PSC to ask for the review. Back ;: '
ding should be cut and the city doesn't at Brooker and Hampton Elementary not yet needed such services. 1:1
abili have enough money to pay its bills. Schools; In Starke tickets areavailable Forbes, who owns Forbes LaborRelations The PSC would not have jurisdiction f .ia
studt "We've been receiving letters at Starke Elementary Service Inc. of West Palm over such a merger.According to '
schei<< threatening to cut us oft if we don't School Southside Elementary and Beach, came to Starke in Februaryand a spokesman for Spiegel McDiar- rt
seme pay our bills" Edwards told the Bradford Middle School. In Union met in private session with the mid. Continental agreed to buy out SpecialGood ?
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Dr Telegraph. He added he wished the city County tickets are available at at school board. 'Board attorney Jess Florida Gas if the gas distribution j ,.1.
thoseStark would be cut off so the point of Union County High School. Wolbert said an executive session was properties were sold off first to avoid t 'O!{'

overspending could be made to com allowable, under Florida's Sunshine the stringent federal regulations of
Close to 100 booths will be set at '.1
missioners. up Law. because the board discuss-
was Securities and Com .
point the Exchange o ...
this year' fair. n It.
take ing bargaining tactics with a prospective mission.
li Edwards also has The Horticulture Division competition negotiator.In 1 0 Off :n:
pus complained bit- Is to all residents of FloridaIn ,I *,_
Per
terly in the past about engineering open a Feb. 11 letter following the The question of public interest and ms
both the Youth and Adult Show nne
fees for the private meeting with the board
study on a parallel tie to how it is determined Is another ques-
BrRe Florida Power & Light but agreed the Classes. Entries wil be accepted Mon- Forbes wrote Supt. Casey offering a tion in the suit, a spokesman said. Thru Saturday March 29. ("Jotu

study is necessary. The engineering day and, March 31, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 13.380 package for negotiating the Cities participating! in the suit In- .. ..... ........ .. .. ..,..,..-.. .
firm R.W. Beck & Associates has Wednesday. April 2. from 8 a.m. I960 contract. The package is broken clude Gainesville, Lakeland, Fort l( .

Cec been hired by the city to study the to t-11'a.m..Judging will take place from down Into $10.500 for contract Pierce. Slarke. Homestead .1V'1..;
nounBoarc power plant's generator problemsand a.m.Home analysis development of a manage- Tallahassee Sebrlng New Smyrna "
a parallel tie for additional will be Division competition March entries ment negotiating package, and Beach and Klssimmee. Fort Pierce The Looking Glass i ;
accepted Monday 31.
thly I power.Edwards. from 1-6 and negotiations (exclusive of Impasse), took the Initial action. '
Would not how p.m. Tuesday. April 1,
day ( say much and Inaervice workshops with the
from
day I. the city has paid the engineering firm I a.m. to noon. Judging will take school board; $2,000 for travel airfare till I

and added "It would take me two place Tuesday afternoon. A best ,and car rental; $480 for per diem Center442F
overall winner will be chosen in addi- Styling
hours to look it :
CaiThe up. tion to other ribbon places. charges, and $400 for telephone copy :; '

charges, preparation of material and PARENTSPLEASE . .
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Policies on purchasing goods from Swine show entries include from the poIIu.e.
Dell v the Florida Division of Surplus Property Bradford 4-H: Annette Balkcom Forbes also offered the school NOTE w Madison St.

thankflower by city personnel need to be Amy Black, Jamey Carver Robert board a two-year package for a ....1140 SNEAK' WU M MARCH '
CALL NOW
reevaluated. Farnsworth noted the city Carver Tim guaranteed price of$19,000 for professional ,
Coleman, Roger Dobbs. J-J ,fHi MM DAWS AM A.L2.S. "
$
and ol buys by the pound and there Is no Christie Faulkner.Joe Hagan, Ginger fees, plus expenses of page OUR TO MISS AMf MCA'S FOR ANAPPOINTMENT ,
duringBerea. record of what was acquired or whereit Herndon. Monroe Herndon. Ken imately$4,000. The two-year KHttHJll.. THE MM DATM HAD TOM -. ':
was used.According. Howard.. Tammie Johns, Anthony would have cost the school board approximately CHANGID. t/MMUT INS SCHOOL '
to former commissioner Luke Melissa May. Robbie May. $791 monthly. tAIAK CO/MCIDIS WITH INS MM 984-8547 .
Joseph Warren there are no policieson Belinda Melson Randy Merrltt. Forbes U a former education unionrepresentative out ma VIA SCHOOL win M IN

purchasing surplus goods. Deborah Moody, Donna Moody Lisa who several years ago fiSSION DU"NO.rtf.. MM., J








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I Bloodmobile Returns To Starke : ;'1"" ,1';

Chamber of Commerce, April 8

SOS! vIN t414
) ,'ha.' a Irrrl. Folks, we need some new blood donors! ; ;
The Bloodmobile will be In Starke at the Chamber of Commerce,'Tuesday \

April. So now Is your chance to help your count.
At this time we draw about 30 units every 2 13 of the donors
being those people who give blood every time the mobile unit Is here.
As you can see right now, we have 30 people supplying the blood needs
for the entire county! Blood Donors usually represent 6% of the area's
population r '
The population of Bradford County Is 17,300.: If 6% of the residents of .
Bradford County gave blood It would mean that we could draw 20 units of 0 46
blood per week every year with each donor giving only once year,which
would allow us to draw 1,040 units per year.
If you would like to donate blood, please call the Chamber of Com-
merce, 1(II4- 278. for an appointment. REMEMBER, Tuesday, April 8 Is
the day the Bloodmobile; will be In Starke. Please Give! r




K +1. Shriner Hospitals For Burned F6

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and Crippled Discussed at RotaryRoy

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.0i 0.i P. Lord, Past Potentate of burns, many of which would have
Morocco Shrine Temple In Jackson- been fatal without the aid of the
ville, discussed the 18 orthopedic Shrine hospitals. He commended the
hospitals and burn institutes operatedby Starke'Shrine Club which was
the Shriners In the U. S.with an annual organized in 1954, for its annual con-
budget of$33 million. tribution to the program which
amounted to 19,000 last year.
Lord said the Shriner organization The Shrine event this year will be iv
started In 1919 as a fun and social held on May 3, the speaker said,
.... group of the Masonic order, but soon featuring the traditional parade and
.i' wCommunity went on to a more serious charitable chicken dinner.

t ....... : program of aiding crippled children The speaker was Introduced by Dr. L
-....-...,. }[$. and those who were victims of serious RS..Mulling.

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.. .', ... ,".It. ,.' Democratic Committee To Meet April 10

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.; ..., :;,' Members of the Bradford County Democratic District Caucus to be
"" Democratic Executive Committeewill held at 12 noon Saturday, March at
.' ,., ," 'w meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, April Tyson Armory in Lake City at which

,. .' to, at the Western Steer Steak House, time delegates will be elected to the
to elect new officers and Induct new National Convention In November. kp
members who were elected in the Delegates will be apportioned to
March 11 presidential primary. All President Carter and Senator Ken- No Rabies HereA
members will take the oath of officeat nedy on the basis of the percentage of
Honors Black Citizens this time. the vote each received In the Second red fox was shot and killed late Monday afternoon by Starke police after It
The public is reminded of the Congressional District In the recent wandered Into driveway of Carlos Johnson's home on Debra Street In Green
r presidential primary. Acres.
Eater Ellison (above) was recently presented an award for Indlvludal achievement The fox, which was foaming at the mouth, was found to be not rabid by Health
by the Concerned Citizens of Bradford County during Its observation of and Rehabilitative Services officials In Jacksonville.
Black History Month. Architect Authorized to Start Planning Starke police officer Scotty Rhoden (holding the fox) shot the animal In the
The first black county financial officer. Mrs. Ellison has worked with the coun- head. Standing with Capt. Rhoden are Lt. Denton Devoe and Mrs. Carlos
ty for four years, starting part-time when she was attending Lake City Community Johnson.
College. Several School Construction After the fox was shot it was taken to County Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal who
'I'm' quite proud to have received this honor...It really Is something for this ProjectsApproval then sent It to Jacksonville where two different tests were run on the animal.
area," said Mrs. Ellison. Recently the first case of rabies was confirmed in Bradford County-the first In
As financial officer Mrs.Elllson handles all of the county's financial matters for architect Craig Salley Advance funding is a turn-a-round 18 years.
and helps the clerk. Gib Brown, prepare the annual budget. to begin work on preliminary drawings In the thinking of the board. The con-
Several other awards were presented to notable black citizens for their and educational specifications on member been pushed by board
outstanding achievements as part of the Black History Month celebration. Win- a $220,000 Hampton Elementary J.T. Fairish and is now accepted -
ners were Included: cafeteria and several smaller pro by all board members.
In the Individual Achievement Category jects from funds available in 1980 was Idea la to get state funds now and .....
Esther Barber, Robert Scott. Patty Morris, Gloria Mack, Marvin Davles officially given Monday night Feb. pledge to repay with future state valued&
Willie McCullum, Dr. Samuel Strong Benjamin Franklin Laverne Franklin 18, by the Bradford school board. funds at no Interest. Until the development of refrigeration, pepper was
of the flavor of
means masking overripe meat.
chiefly as a
Earl Barber, and Larry Brown. Other projects approved for ar-
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.chitectural work are:
For Achievement In Education: Refurbish the Bradford High gymnasium
A.B. Anderson. Zrporah Jennings Barber Altamese Chandler, Leona Royal. dressing rooms, shower Vlake
Estelle Roberts C.C. Anderson, and Jessie J. Moore Jr. locker rooms and a new floor if
money Is left over. $40,000 had been upto
For Community Service In Youth Leadership: tabbed to replace the gym floor but
Edna Williams Wlllla Mae Randolph Beulah Lennon, Sarah Morris, Donnie board members, after listening to
Burch, Charles Jackson and Johnny Jackson.. parents at a BHS advisory council
In the Community Leadership category: meeting decided dressing facilities
James Prince. Herman., Johnson Elizabeth .I!'. Maurice!! tAhller I _Vernon'!! must come fin"Reroollng .. . : 'J.
Olin. Theresa Holiday and.Hevi Levy Lennon.:!-; ', "r, of: 1) BHS cafeteria 2)'".' .
Dome at Hampton Elementary, and
3) Dome at Brooker Elementary.The .
Did YOU Know
I .., from pageT Hampton Elementary work Is D
to be done with some of the L1'fUIOO) In
Jimmy Hazen of Gainesville was construction funds to-be available as
Monday visitor of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy at- of July 1. A new cafeteria will free
Mr.:and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. tended the funeral of his brother three HE classrooms and the media

John T. Nasworthy, last Friday in center now being used as a
Mr. and Mrs. George Muggins Winter Park. The Nasworthys at- classroom and push school capacity
returned last Friday after 10 days tended the funeral of a great nephew, to 242 students. HE now has 206 pupils
camping at Anastasia State Park. John Charles Nasworthy, the last of in grades K-7.
Feb. in Jacksonville. The other projects can be done with
Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Thomas of $48,000 in new clical (funds 0
Palmetto were Thursday to Sunday the state has allocate to put construction -
Kirkland. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cindy Walker of Fort Lauderdale workers back available b)
spent the weekend with her grandparents money and some $25,000 in
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief.Mrs. safety-to-life projects.The .
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kight of board, at its Feb. 5 work session .
Jacksonville were Saturday evening Arlin McKnIght attended the temporarily cancelled a new
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver. advisory board of Upjohn Health Care fence around the football field and a
Services meeting last Thursday in covered walkway at BHS to run the
Tom Casey returned Tuesday of Gainesville for Bradford, Union, total available close to $80,000. .
last week from 10 days In Alachua Levy Alachua and Putnam counties. At Its regular meeting Feb. 18, the .
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General Hospital where he underwent Mrs. McKnight was elected to serveas board accepted the suggestion of .. /;#
surgery. chairman of the board. Operations Director Lennard /' #17/1',
Register that he get estimates on fencing ::7
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Mrs. Lucille Lyon of Kings Mountain Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand the athletic field and see if the =
;' N.C. is guest this week of Mr. family were in Lake City Sunday money can come from the -
an.. \\*lira. R.A. Colson. to join the Montgomery families in maintenance budget. ;:
2 celebrating three birthdays at the Supt.Tom Casey also announced an In Our
Mr, and Mrs. T.T. Lan aton of Manning home of James Montgomery. appointment today (Thursday, Feb. 1 1
S.C. were weekend guests of his 21) to discuss advance state funding
sister i Mrs. Arlln McKnIght. Ronnie Kirkland of Homerville, Ga. of around $1 million. Printing Department. ..
was home for the weekend. If advance funding can be securedthe
Mr.and Mrs. J.R.Weldon and family school board decided at its Feb. S
of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs. N.K. work session to go ahead with the next Camera Ready Copy We Can Print Your
Jack McComb of Starke were Sunday Hurst returned Sunday after two : on its state approved
dinner guests of Mrs. Gladys. Weldon. weeks at the Hurst home inHomasassa. priority list. The projects are: 1OQQCopi.t 8'/ 111 Camera Ready Copy On

They were joined by
Mrs. Elizabeth Shikas, Mrs. Mrs Denver Fuller and Mrs.. AL. Brooker Elementary: new Colored Paper At A
Charlotte Majors and Mrs. Margaret Rohlwing of Indianapolis, Ind. classrooms. $1580
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Regan of <:Greenville N.Y. were Reasonable Price...
guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.Mike Among those attending Karen Southslde Elementary: a' media
GilBoMr. IY. Glover's wedding in Inverness Satur- center and additional classrooms.
day''Were Mrs.. Harry Green andddaauughtersCiCindy.and
and Mrs W.S. Haas spent the .
Joe -Starke Elementary media
Cissy : a
weekend with their daughter Linda Hanoi Mr. and center and addtional classrooms. '. Camera Ready Copy In 3 Days Or Less.
In Tampa and celebrated Mrs. Mrs Doyle Crews and ;
birthday Sunday at the Kapok Tree> Diane; Miss Prlscilla: Tanner Miss '- education School 2 new ex- (Copy that's typewritten or previously 'printed.)
Restaurant. Janell Dyal, Mr. and Mrs. John ceptional classrooms.
Myers, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.. Sherrod Hamilton N.K.: Hurst.. '-A new< cafeteria at Bradford Middle -, ..
(pent the weekend with their sons School, a ,B-priorlty ". Cheaper Than Machines.
Copy
Mart Hamilton at Vero' Beach and Mrs.. W.B. Mundy and Mrs. Guy meaning cannot be built project-
Hamilton and family in Tampa. Sale visited Miss Jean Mundy in A-priority. projects are completed, or
DC Tallahassee Sunday to Wednesday. unless the school board can get the
and Mrs. R.E.' Dopson. and project priority list changed. The
children. Christopher and Cara spent Mr.and Mrs.W.H. Green and family State Department of Education, 1111' 1114
Sunday at Silver Run River and look of Tallahassee spent the weekend however places first priority en
and lr guest Tom and Linda Dreher with his mother Mrs. Lex Green. Mr. building classroom space.' 50 Copies '5.
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children. Dawn and Thomas of Green ran in the River Run in Board member Pat Spengler. who to Copies .5:15 ,

Keystone Heights "Jacksonville on Saturday.Dr. for several years ha pushed for a ....'100 Copies 15".70. 100 Copies. '5.85
middle school cafeteria, dissented on
Mr? and Mrs. Harold Jensen of Box-' Klert Sundusadee attended a .the vote to start the architect work. '.. 200 Copies !06.85 200 Copies '7.15
bore Mass. were guest last week of surgeon's seminar in Chicago, 111. last .ing.i''There. 300 300 '
Mr. and Mrs. Al Carlisle. They visited week Is one'thing on here that's Copies 8.05. Copies 8.40

Disney World and points of )interestWhile ', "-, missing, you all know..."" Mrs.. f 400 Copies r' $9I b 40O Copies ,9.95
here. Mrs: 'Mary-AmToth and children Spengler told the board, drawing 500
Copies 10.90
Mil! pent the weekend in. Orlando visiting grins all around. 500. Copies '10:25
and Mrs. L.E. Denonn are 017.90
relatives. "I'm sure we understand your 'no 'l,000. Copies
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to their home In Brooklyn. .
returning < 4 : vets Pat, Chairman Arthur Gasklns
N.Y.M Friday after two weeks visit Mr. 'and-.Mrs.' John Myers have told Mrs). Spengler. ,
with their son and daughter-in-law. returned after two months with The board and Supt. Casey agreed ,
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Mr. and Mrs Andy Denonn. The four friends at. Vero Beach and Captive at the Feb.S work session that the entire '" ,, \ A" .
attended the MontrealMinnesotabaseball ,Island. five project =" be built,,, ,\ ; .', : :. :Professional Printers'ill t.1p ;.
exhibition game at. Daytona Including the middle cafeteria.
Beach on Saturday. Mrs. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta If the advance funding is approved, tIJIDiJDfltlllD .
spent the weekend with her parejcuX- -Word at Monday's meeting was that, mOWVI3W
Mr. and Mrs.. George Milter'spent Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch.Mrsv the protect) en which the architect: .
I !the weekend with their son and famlly. was authorised to start on ,do not In-, ",'fI'' "I' '01. ,
| Mr. and,'Mrs. Jack Miller' In H.C. Bitch returned Mondays elude toe advance funding but. that,,. a I.' s,,?.,. .. .ili', (. ,..am$14 NI47M. :'
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s aaday last week .to* ;the board still Is committed to the. c "
I Miller's! Uth birthday' ,celebration"I .. > Ae Hospital, ,BMS cafeteria if advance funding is ,
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I Pittsburgh Steeler Larry Brown Gives ,Local_ Schools Treat J I


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Talk turned to is
For the kids at Starke and recognize their families. It really camps the now 30-year-old Brown will _
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Southside Elementary schools in something for me. he continued. where ,
through. After incomes sport
go
Starke Monday, March 17,wasn't Just Larry remembers the friends he the only thing tall more often

another run-of-the-mill school day, made in his only year His at fame Bradford has than bruises Is a new Influx of eager I It
thanks to one guy. High School in 1965. and talented, rookie hopefuls, a t
Classes In those schools were. grown as a local here since he .
10-year starte*Is considered a grizzled -
visited by a pro football player. Not transferred as a senior over from the vet. I =iiEL .
RJE School to break the col- _
NFL either. This one all-black
player It -
any "At this poinU'm just taking year
lust barrier at BHS as the first black .
10 year veteran of the pro game, a or by year," he.bald. "I've got three
starter for the World Champion Pitt- football player there. He continued years left on my contract but that A Hero's PL \
the Most
sburgh Steelers and owner of four breaking barrierswinning award afterBradford' really doesn't mean that much. I'm Welcome p r r
Super Bowl title rings. And what Outstanding Tornado next season but -
definitely playing That's what Pittsburgh -
made the visit even more of an event, state championshipseason I
schools after that I'll aft down and think Stealer and ,
the special guest was local in 1965the i/ i
surprise
things over for the next year. former Bradford
Brown state grid title in a row. Larry still I 1
fellow made It big Larry What were his sessions with the Tornado Larry
the 1965 BHS graduate who now livesIn visits Tornado coach David chance Hurse his he elementary school children like? Brown gets when he S = I 1 I
Carnegie, Pennsylvania. high school mentor, every Informal said. ''
chance "Oh, it mostly returns to Starke. .i t
time he the ,
Every time Larry returns to Starketo gets. This BHS field house Mon "It's mostly a question and answer Larry was a big hit
the
visit his parents and 10-year-old son stopping by type thing. They ask some good, intelligent at local elementary
Ronald and five-year-old daughter day. questions. They'll ask me schools this week. i

Tiffany, who live in the house he built Kansas University what it took to get where you are... or where he visited to V
Brown went to '
on
on US-301 South, he brings a wave of what's it like to play in four Super field questions from + M.3
filled out what a 6-4,190 pound i '
was
enthusiasm.. "Larry Brown's here, +'M(
Bowls. Some of them ask me if I really the kids and sign
frame to its present proportionsof
the call goes, all over town. And near know Terry Bradshaw," he
and for most of his nine autographs.
earn their money 6-5, 260,
phone operators remembers with a chuckle.He .
when he a back too, handling all the seasons has been a starter at tight end was asked how he answers the
calls to dad Willie Brown's householdthat or tackle for the most successful NFL first queston.
team of the 70'sthe Steelers.
Is. "Well, I think it starts where they
"Oh, I really enjoy getting back, He's been with speaking are right now, In the schools. I tell ,
busy
caller Monday
Larry said to yet another .
the Bowl them you have to achieve a certain ,
since Super .z
afternoon. He had already missedhis engagements
standards along the In life. Right tNl'J
way
win but that will slow as camp opens M
back to Pennsylvania
4 flight .
m
p now they have to achieve standards to...
because of his prolonged talk at the in mid-July.
go from one grade to another.
schools. Still, while waiting for a 7:45: In life.
"The same thing holds true
"
chat. "Idon't "I have been busy, he admitted. "I
he to
departure, was happy
You have to achieve to go from high
In Pitt-
I worked for Westinghouse
and when
get back that often
for instance. Youcan't
school to college
do there's so many things I want to sburgh last off-season but because of '
until
take college you've gotten
do. I wanted to get over to the RJE the Super Bowl I just didn't have the
those basics in high school. So I tell 't
and didn't have time this year. When you win It you
Headstart School just them to take care of their chooiwork.Of Activities Planned
the time today. I feel bad about that. get the chance to do a lot of different course it's not realistic to ask themto Day-Long ";.
"I made a lot of friendships here things, speaking engagements and have
all the time. You can't
that sort of thing. You kind'a have to study
and still hold those friendships dear tome
work and and I don't wantto
all
It's great to get back to see take advantage of that when you have no play MeetiJMembers
just lecture to them. Life is to en 42nd Annual
friends and I enjoy talking to the kids the opportunity. Listening to Larry joy. But if you take care of the studies at Clay Co-op's
his -
back and converse in easy-flowing manner
at the schools.. I come see leisure time be that
then can
the children of my childhood friends. I it's not hard to imagine him as a top- much your better." 1
can look at some of the kids and notch after-dinner speaker.sem of Clay Electric Cooperative are invited to at- C.M. Smith

-- -" tend the co-op's 42nd annual meeting at the company's No Second Nominee
-- headquarters on SR-100 in Keystone Heights on Thurs., District No. 8-AI1 of Levy County; all of Lake Countyand
SCOUT County Zoners Wilt Act on Four Petitions March 25 March 27. Marion County west of US-301 and south of SR-40 to its

GIRL A full day of activities lasting from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. Is junction with SR-314, then to its Intersection with SR-J9! to
Public hearings on four rezoning Also on the agenda will be a petition been planned for the meeting including a visit by U.S. the Putnam County line.
NEWSA petitions will be held at the County from Maxie Carter, Jr. to rezone one Rep. Bill Chappell, D-Fla. of Ocala; voting for three Anguslfastings
Zoning Board meeting Tuesday acre south of Starke on the east side of members of the co-op to fill three positions on the Board of No second nominee
portion of the following March 25, at 7:30 p.m. U.S. 301 from R1C (residential) to BR Trustees; singing and entertainment by a nationally District No.9-Allor Putnam County lying west of St.
paragraph was inadvertantly left out -Warren Stevenson, rezoning 2'/i (business) for operation of a nursery.. known gospel group, the Cathedral Quartet; a free fried Johns River south of SR.20 and east of SR-315 and all of

of last week's column. We apologizefor acres, 12 miles south of Starke on chicken lunch and over 100 prizes to be given away after Marion County lying east and north of a line beginning at
the error.Congratulations. southeast side of Bedford Lake, from the business session. the intersection of U.S.-301 to its intersection with SR-40,
to the top cookie RlA (single family residential) to R2multifamily Tim MurpheyIn Trustees Ray Wingate of Keystone Heights.Dist.l, and running east along SR-40 to its intersection with SR.314,

sellers from each troop: Cadette ( residential) allowingup ConcertTim Angus Hastings of Ft.McCoy, Dist 9, are seeking re- north and east along SR-314 to its intersection with&8-19,
Troop 520 Julee Wise sold 230 boxes, to four-unit duplexes.Joe musicians will election. C.M. Smith, Jr. is seeking election to the board north along SR-19 to its intersection with the Putnam
Junior Troop 605 Lynn Barber sold 212 W. Pentecost, .49 acre, nine Murphey and March 21 for the first time; he is the nephew of C.M. Smith who is County line.
boxes, Junior Troop 614 Kim Thompson miles southwest of Starke (Sampson present a concert Friday. retiring after more than 39 years on the co-op board of
sold 354 boxes Junior Troop 684 City), from Open Rural to R1C, allow- at 8 p.m. at the Star Garage near. the trustees. At the annual meeting the secretary will place in

Angela Ball sold 65 boxes Junior ing mobile home. Community Plaza in Gainesville.will Wingate has served six years as a trustee. Hastings, nomination the above named official candidates. from
Tasher Allen sold 123 boxes Brown feet, One half of the proceeds go served each district.
Troop 691 -Willie 24,000 square current president of the board, has 19 years.
and last but by no means least Senior one-eighth mile south of Starke on toward the preservation of the Star There is not competition in any of the three districts. However, additional candidates for each district may be

I Troop 669 Joyce Wainwright sold 461 east side of U.S. 301 from RlC (single Garage as a historic landmark. However, nominations can be made from the floor at the nominated from the floor. Clay Electric members
t boxes to be the HIGHEST for the family residential) to BH, for conve- annual meeting. registered at the meeting will elect one trustee for each of

Neighborhood. Thanks to these scouts nience store with gas pumps. Chappell, who will be speaking sometime after 1:30: the three districts. \ .
and to all scouts who did a good deed -Warren Stevenson, 40 acres, one- Cosmetology Classes p.m., Is presently serving his sixth term In Congress. InItially -
for their troop and their council. quarter mile south of Road 18 on west assigned to the Committee on Banking and Currency

side of Highway 100 at Theressa,from Offered he was reassigned to the Appropriations Committee in PR4KI'I IW'IiEnCLE10i1 ; :
Webelos Visit Open Rural to RlC (single family Continuing Education for 1973 (on which he still serves). Chappell has been a .
residential, permitting mobile cosmetologists will be offered at the member of numerous Appropriations Subcommitteesand Clay blertrktootierslheUnd: .
h Police! Station homes). Bradford-Union Area Vocational- currently holds seats on the Defense, Energy and .\nnu.l Merlin

Techlcal Center April 21 and 28, and Water Development and District of Columbia panels. His .'.*.
0<<
a The Webelos of Cub Scout Pack 673 May 12 and 19. past public service also includes several years in the Meting called to order
n visited the Starke Police Station on Man Slightly InjuredIn Classes will be held from 8 to 9 p.m. Florida House of Representatives ((1954-1967, except for Invocation
Wednesday, March 12. Visiting weretI at the center on 609 N. Orange St. two years in which he did not seek re-election). In the Certification of nolle of meeting
AccidentA
scouts Mike West, Charlie Griffis 1-Car The State Board of Cosmetology is Florida House he received numerous awards including Determination of quorum
of Mmutei
Reggie Leverson, Roger Rowe and Starke man sustained minor injuries now requiring eight hours of continuing "Most Valuable Member" of the House and "most Effec- Reading Nomination of InuteM for DUlrlcli I I.8.. and 9
irci Leader Donnie Burch and the In a one-car accident on Griffis Loop license.A The gospel group that will be singing and entertaining, meeting recesses for voting entertainment by the Cathedral

Webelos enjoyed the visit and thank and SR-100 fee of $10 will be required. the Cathedral Quartet, made a previous performancehere Quartet and lunch .

ed Chief Jimmy Bowen and David F. Gunter, 21, was traveling Registration Is open in the main of- in 1975. They have also appeared on the Rex Hum- tYp.m.Fried
w Patrolman Eston Mosher for their southeast on Griffis loop in his 1967 fices of the Vo-Tech center. bard television program in the past. chicken luncheon prepared. and served by Clay Electric EmplayemIap.ni.

tu help and support. Ford Mustang when his brakes failed The By-Laws say that the two nominees of each district : .

near the intersection of CR-100 and receiving the highest vote shall be the official nominees in Business meeting reconvene
erG Griffis Loop. Gunter crossed the No Injuries In 2-Car WreckNo the district. At previous District No. 1,8, and 9 meetings of Invocation .

; BRADFORD COUNTY highway, knocked a sign over and ran members the following were nominated for membershipon Introduction of Board of Trustees and ManagementIntroduction ':;--:;;:::'
ca SCHOOL. Into a ditch on the west side of the one was Injured Friday after- the Board of Trustees. of guest. ...-;::
MIDDLE in two-car crash on Walnut and Listed below the district and nominees. Introduction of special' guest .
road. noon a are descriptions Introduction of the speaker of the day .' : :.:;
.
O-TECII SCHOOLand Gunter sustained minor injuries Jackson Streets.A Speaker of the day : :::

all ELEM. SCHOOLS that did not require hospitalization.The 1975 Pontiac station wagon driven Ray Wingate Presentation of awards ; ..'.i:;-:
Vivian Booth, of Starke, was No Second Nominee President a romarkeManager' '
: LUNCH MENUMARCH2.a25Tt Florida Highway Patrol by .; ::
estimated damage to the vehicle at traveling east from the Florida Bank District No. 1-A1I of Clay County lying south and east of Financial' report report '.;::.
bun let- $250. parking lot when it collided with the a line beginning at the intersection of SR-21 at the Bradford Unfinished businessNew '-::
= :
on
Monday: Hamburger French fries, left side of a 1978 Ford pickup driven County line and running generally north and east business :::
th tuce/tomato/pickle and milk. by Eunice Gilliard of Raiford travel- along SR-21 through Clay County to its Intersection with BenedictionDrawmgof, door primes .

Br peaches Pizza beans, fruit Ing north on Walnut Street. SR-224 CKingsley Avenue), east along SR-224 (Kingsley Recess until poll close -
M. Tuesday: green milk. Estimated damage to the vehicles Avenue) to the St. Johns River. '.
tossed salad and
cup
thanks to the voters was $175. No citations were Issued.
fri No School Wednesday thru Friday Many

Re SPRING BREAK!! for the excellent support --- Herres Is STAR Student
ch at the polls March Joey
given me
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL 11. $$ CASH IN YOUR HAND

DeS LUNCH MENUMARCII2425 Violet Crosby. FOR ALUMINUM CANS $$ F Joey Herres, a junior at Bradford Program, financed by the business
High School, has been named by the community of Florida through local
Dem. Committee-Woman. BHS faculty as winner of the school's chambers of commerce and endorsedby
1 Precinct 14 FLORIDA ALUMINUM PROCESSORS. A Student-Teacher Achievement the Florida Department of Educa-r. .

/ REGULAR RECYCLING TRUCK: WILL BE AT MILLER'S P Recognition Program (STAR). tion.

tal I Monday: Lasagna, tossed saslad,but-
tim tered corn, French bread, applesauce SUPERMAXXET-Ktjston Height Herres, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
the peanut butter cookie andadr Herb Herres of Starke, will competefor
milk. BINGO M.rch the district and state STAR student -

Tuesday: Hot dog on bun, bakedT 22.,880) from CAprH25.1I80 awards and a possible college
a nrmm April 1 22
beans, cole slaw, oatmeal cookie, 10 AM .2 PM Lb. For Cans scholarship. If Herres does qualify for
peach half, and milk.to state competition, he will be able to
$100 Jackpot
t. No School Wednesday thru Friday. nominate a teacher at Bradford High r1i

adn SPRING BREAK! awry SaturdayKlngsley for recognition. ,

Coo A-LA-CARTE lake. I [F'ERT..r 'ri E.rN. W: : Herres hopes to attend the Univer- :::

Civic Cantor sity of Cincinnati and major In music. I4cILT '0

whi Monday: Cheeseburgers, pizza, (formerly pairs Grocery) The BHS junior is an accomplished
French fries and milkshakes. M-toA If weeds are a problem.: .. use pianist and vocalist and will opt for a

feec Tuesday: Pizza cuban sandwich, Feed career as a performer. He is a
abil &
stud French fries hamburgers 1/20 Jtthg 9/17 Gro-Tone Weed member of the BHS chorus and pop

schi milkshakes. C.arlpls.> iianii toad u ortlsrlhiroAslssse. .Iran,and..MUK ensemble.
ohnmw. .ls.p1u.M aw-1M onaYre tws4htt.r. .0IIIgMd- I I
Di .aea... on 9L Kufmtn, Zor-ami CsinelpoeH: .wnu. Herres was selected by the BHS r ,r c
thosStar NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE PrcIoIId bnal..ertg ...... f..M****'*" niiimn faculty as the junior best exhibiting:
.
.. attitude toward the busines
w.srr (wo .0 LbajV 1) good
NOTICE community, 2) extracurricular ac-
PUBLIC
poin take toff. co*.r 2500 sq. ft, 848One tivities both In school and In the

!11 2-5-7,FOMUMULA buslnes community, 3)) leadership
pus positions In school or community 4)

A Meeting Will Be Held solid grade point average, and 5)) Joey Herres

BiRi If you do.n't Tia". weeds ... use academic honors and awards.In .
STAR competition Herres was STAR Student
March 20 1980
7:30
: pm Pellets asked to define the American financial -' ,.
Gro-Tone $ d 50 I and economic system, how to further

nom Hampton City Hall "7-7 -CeIII8IM........... WS.. asrd.iSI. .l nw.. j I A Bug the American standard of living,
and Iey.ntns 95* shalatsd Mstl .Ideal lam .., how government regulations affect

day.thly Boar,) for the Annual Election of Trustees .1a.ne.:ea.-isbs -18 e "DELIVERY ASPREADING the depression economy, ,and and to Inflation define recession and: how, Pvt.Gets John Assignment R. Thomas < ...

day I for Santa Fe Cemetery near Hampton LakeCa 1It. w those things affect the American stan- FORT HOOD Texas-Pvt. John B. .

......2100 ..O fL FEECyclone dard of living. Thomas son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
For the 16th consecutive year the Thomas, Lake Butler, Fla., recently'
Melropolliin Florida Chamber of Commerce Is was assigned as a gunner/loader with :

The IMPORTANT! i If You Have A Spreader Area Only sponsoring the STAR Scholarship the 7th Armor at Fort Hood, Texas.:::.
Dell

thank Lot Or Plot You Should :I: UU MINCED C.1."acS.s MFLOIIIDA
floweiand Family 3 9 P T...... Kiwanis Bike-A-Thon Set For Saturday .',

odurini .. ..
Be At This Meeting. Don't Miss It : ------- The Starke Kiwanis Club's second .at any of the seven Bradford Count '

berea s- CENTER annual bike-a-thon for cystic fibrosis school offices. -...
tai.LAWNCARMN.
will get under way at 9 a.m. Saturday, A party will be held Saturday.April
; March 22. The two-mile course to be ft, for awarding T-shirts and other:
Mark Your Calendar !I'' O"IIOL ""'I."I/ completed about 1 p.m., will start at prizes.\ The grand prize Is a ifMpecd'
Southside Elementary School. bike for the person collecting the most

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By Inei Davis without some pride, that he has a ONCE THE CHILD has adequately re'atives. "If we can't find a stable The spacious house is rented from He moved to another group home and
BCT Staff Writer!IIT'S great staff which will give the projectan expressed the desire to live there, a .family or relative situation, we try to Laverne Outlaw, who built the house didn't like it at all."Tills .
edge come funding time. this Oc standard evaluation procedure find a foster home for them," said himself 27 years ago. The wood panel- STAFF here is much more
and ,tober., begins-Uie child' educational emotional Mannweiler.In Ing and fire make the home experienced and
SPACIOUS places more
comfortablei' ,"If the project meets its goals, and social needs are determined. addition to career and and I'mletting/
nestled In the pine personal very cozy the five acres give the help from these people. Bob said.
there's chance we'll be funded .
and It's home for a group of five a good Residents already living there counseling, Mannweiler said the project kids some breathing space. Mann- Each resident Is allocated $380 amonth
unrelated teenagers who have no again by HRS, Mannweiler said. also have a say in who will be their aims to create a family-like at weiler is delighted with the location, by HRS. That money Is used
place they can call home. This year's grant was 113000. potential\ roommates.The mosphere. Staff members give their"cllildren" saying the only problem Is that the for food, school supplies, allowances
The Tom Sawyer House, a Health The house, Mannweiler emphasized a loving and supportive kids can't walk anywhere.One entertainment, etc. It is how the
and Rehabilitative Services is not a home for juvenile delin- length of stay variesanywherefrom atmosphere In which to develop their house Is maintained. The money does
demonstration project, recently open quents. "We would have to get into a three months to nine months or putentlal. resident though, says he might not !go: directly to the childrentheyreceive
ed in Bradford County. Its purpose Is whole different treatment therapy if longer. "We don't have an arbitrary! '.'WE'RE TRYING to maintain a have that problem licked soon. Bob, an allowance decided on by
to house teenagers who for various we had'at risk' kids," he noted. cut-off time, but obviously we can t strong group involvement here but of 16, says one of his goals Is to get a car. the staff. Mannweiler said the kids
reasons do not have a home. The residents are referred to the have a 14-year-old coming in here and course, there's room for In- Bob came to the Tom Sawyer House are getting about $5 a week.
The project, one of 17 across the na- home through HRS and are screened staying with us for four years," Man- dependence. And when a girl brings about two weeks ago and said he likesit "And that, too, is handled much like
tion that has been funded by HRS,will by the staff. "Essentially what we nweiler said. home her date, we want to meet him very much already. He had been in real parents would handle the situa-
attempt to use innovative methods want to find out from the kids Is why When the child Is ready to move out find out where they're going and the another home but it didn't work out. tion. If they don't do what they're sup
with 'dependent" children to give they,want to be here-Mannweiler, he/she is placed in a foster home or like. Just like real parents would," His parents are divorced and he says posed to do, they don't get their
them the opportunity to become func- explained. back with the parents or with said Mannweiler. he didn't have "his head together." allowance," he noted.

tioning, viable members of our socie ---
ty.Minors are declared dependents; of
the state if their family living situation -
doesn't work out.
"We're not dealing with juvenile
delinquents here-these are basically
good kids who don't have a supportive 1 'Jo
home environment"said Tom Mann- w't' r'' i alit
weiler, the program coordinator for ( sit:
the group home.

THE HOME takes in youths from a I
U5-countyarea (the District III area).
Currently there are five youths at the
home from Alachua, Marion Brad- Every Every
ford and Citrus counties. Three more
residents from Bradford and possibly Monday Wednesday5.00pmlOiflQpm
Union counties are expected soon.
Sarah (not her real name), for example .5:00.. : -10:00nm
is a 18-year-old whose parentsare
deceased.She was living with her
LASAGNA
aunt but had to leave because her SPAGHETTI
'aunt beat her. Sarah called the police Including Including
but didn't press charges against her
aunt. Sarah was sent to Interface a Italian Slaw a Italian Slaw
runaway home in Gainesville until Garlic Bread I a Garlic Bread
she could be placed In another situa- r S 7 Q VN a Ice Cream Bar a Ice Cream Bar

tion.The Tom Sawyer House Sarah

says, Is great. $499 $399
"The staff has helped me a lot
already-and I've only been here four
weeks" said the poised and ar-
Children Under 12 -1.95 Children Under
ticulate young lady.A -1111.95
Luncheon Special Mon thru Frl
STUDENT AT Bradford High
School, Sarah says she likes the 7. 1 Alit 1
school here much better because it's
more of a challenge than her other } ta.,4
school. She says she's made lots of

friends and has some very definite ldMit ,,., e I''
in mind for tier future', ._ : '
: goals ; ---- :
{ That goal-defining'process,is part or n._Niit'AItWork. 'the residents are the workers,as demonstrated here by one i
the innovative approach of the Tom Residents the'Tom resident. :
at House
Sawyer located In
Sawyer House. south A demonstration .project funded by the Health and
-
"The first thing we ask the kids is' Bradford County keep their home In tip-top shape. The five"dependent" Rehabilitative Services, the Tom Sawyer Home Is using Innovative I
'What are you going to do with youths now at the group home keep the place methods to work with homeless youths.
funetlonlng.moothly. the cooks
yourself?"' Mannweiler points out. They are ,dishwashers and
maids on a rotating basis. Staff members assign duties but
That question is asked monthly and
the teenagers are challenged to define
their goals and figure out ways to 'i

achieve Sarah those explains goals.it: "When we came APPLE TREE SALEFLORIDA $500 CASH .

here they asked us to write an
autobiography. And from that we had

ourselves.to design" a treatment plan for VARIETIES

ANNA- Early DORSETT Mid Season
INVOLVING THE youth in their
own destinies and giving them the op- EIN SHEMER Late Variety
portunity to discover their talents is
the essence of the program Mann- ..-t MID-BLOSSOMING DORSETT ENSURES BETTER | REBATES !
weiler says. .d;' POLLINATION OF ALL THREE VARIETIES.

The program emphasizes career '.' r.&." .
decisions and job skills. The Y CONTAINER GROWN 99
teenagers must go to school,either at Ends March 22 1980
6-8 Ft. Tall 7 ,
the high school or the Bradford-Union FROM
Vocational Technical Center. Theyare Reg. 9.99
encouraged to find a part-time or i
volunteer job and'much of the
counseling concerns jobs and future YOUR CHOICE:

plans.Sarah. says she wants to learn 79' ORD i
clerical skills and is taking several PETUNIA -owns" -
business classes at school. Smiling, orT
Sarah says she hopes she gets the Job
at a daycare center that she applied or 2/125 +r

for.And when asked what her plans are "
On 1979
after she leaves the Tom Sawyer ,, TOMATO Tr.YDe
House, Sarah replied without hesitation 'Y2
!>> "I want to go to college." PREMIER PElT MOSS Club Estate

A COUNSELOR is going to take her
to Santa Fe Community College for PRICE Pure Seasoned Peat In
vocational testing with the help of a Wagons
Economical Compressed Bales
computer called SIGI (System of In- 1 Only In Stock I II I
teractive Guidance and Information). Absorbs Up To 20 Times It's f II
,For those that want to go on to col- 1 SALE Weight I.
lege, the staff helps the child figure
out how to get there. And for others SPECIAL GROUP Cu. Ft, 399 $5014qmw 30 0
who do not want to go on to college an i Z sal.III .
effort is made to have the child In- OF TREES 99
teract with the "real" world of SHRUBS 4 Cu. Ft. 7 I

business.."We would like to have Limited Quantities Baja ON THUNDERBIRD ON FORD FAIRMONT _

businessmen spend a day with a kid
and show them what their particular
business ii like. Or have businesseslet COMPOSTED COW MANURE TOP
the kids work on a volunteer basisso
they can find out what their particular -' Organic 1-1-1 I SOIL
career choice is all about." WaadFraa An.IY..199 w
Mannweiler said. ;
The house la run completely by the 40 Lb: Bag Good Rich Dirt

residents, Mannweiler said. The staff For Patching 1 I
assigns rotating responsibilities and TIME TO FERTILIZE Lawn Planting '
the rest Is up to the kids. Having a say
: .
In what goes pn in the house Is also FRUIT I SHADE TREES' AWZXA ;.4Othw ; EPA .EST WA. .'ES '
of the "youth Involvement" 7 Needs @ Est 26 tftNV @3' Est 3S. tfNV 1 I
part technique,Mannweller noted. We Cany TI!. Complete Ore Ton Line ;tAl r 40 Lb. Bageaira MPG ,AAPG MPG MPG. I E
Of Plant Food Formulated
'
Specially'
AND AS A further extension of that ... 99ls'1 I;.1*BO_.ienoi* eomeoiioot taut rr.rapemW a Wr dacanona '
For Florid Plant Ncada. .. '
youth Involvement the project has a .O \ 1 on speed OUtanca: and vuatmt Actual Ngrrway iNtaaga wM
unique staff-six of the staff members ; {probably b lower
are under 18. four of which are BUS tAKXDEUVEBY and check f I
beta*, March 22,1980,. receive a directly frorri Fold
students. The students Mannweiler
said act as peer counselors role Motor Company; or apply/ an equal amount to your down payment.Otter good at Ford Dealers only on :

models and companions. ;.GAlHN new- 1979 and 1980-. .TnundeitXuds and Fairmonts. Including- dealer-owned demonstrators.TERWILLEGAR .
"They're learning and are able to I
take on a little more responsibility EST 539 E. CALL ST.
,a Mannweiler said about
every day
his'excellent" staff.ALTOGETHER. ..84.5145r. MOTORS

staff members, seven. THERE of which are are 15 Opt. a 9 AK-6> P if. : t

professionals. The rest are $ $ Madison 1* f&tarlfl* fig* i tC
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7-1. Indians Ontshig TornadoesBradford's ;:
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seventh against a lone Iou 114 Tues- three down In the last. III.eta*(.). ;
day night. T
The win coupled with a 4-3 edgingof
Gainesville High Monday, put
KHHS back on the winning track aftera
6-5 first loss to Newberry last Thurs Sports CalendarThursday
day. Bradford fell to 3-4 with the
defeat after falling to Clay High at

home Friday night 1410. ; March 20-
The Indians got the big hits when KEYSTONE at BRADFORD golf (3>
they needed them and used three BHS Eastside at BRADFORD track. field (3:30)
errors to keep rallies alive In their Hawthorne at UNION baseball (7:30)
Tuesday night win. Chris Prichard UNION tennis at Chien and (3:30)
w delivered two of the biggest hits for BRADFORD tennis at Palatka ((3:30)
Las's 4 4 three runs batted in and Eddie Dyal UNION track & field at Newberry 5 team meet
provided a 3-for-3 game, with two
scores, two doubles, and an RBI. Friday. March 21KEYSTONE -
Those two provided the tieing run in at Palatka for AA track meet (3:30)
A pee.dy CombinationBud the third as Dyal doubled off the fenceto HIlliard at KEYSTONE girl Softball (7:30)
lead a five run frame off and Hilliard at KEYSTONE baseball (7:30)
Prichard scored him with a single. UNION baseball at Chlefland ((4)
Sam Sibley and Shawn Prichard

Gatomatlonal title ever since he got Sharon is a partner in the car with followed with singles and Clark Saturday March ZZ-
Stovall poked a two-RBI double to left BRADFORD boys track at Knights of Columbus meet. Ocala (all day
Bud and
Spears Into drag racing. That came IS years prime sponsorship comes
ago when he moved to Starke from from Olin's Mobile Homes of Starke. center against loser Bill Goodge (0-1) Girls Florida Relays (all day)
'Tavares Fla. at age IB.After achieving "Starke Motor Parts and Smith's to highlight the rally which left the Indians
his goal In his first try he was asked Brothers Body Shop have also helped uBHS Monday. March 24-
Wins hapd7-4j out to Its lead in baseball (7:30))
atGatornatioDals "I added. jumped Hawthorne at KEYSTONE
what he can do for an encore. me out, Spears
can just try to win another one" the The money didn't hurt either not the first as Scott Hudson reached on Buchholi at BRADFORD baseball (7:30):
an error Randy Parado and UNION girls Softball at Lake City (4)
33 year old driver smiled without with the bills and busy-time that come ) 2for-3
hesitation. And then there's the with drag racing. Kenny Clark who was for KEYSTONE golf at Clay (3)
Winston Cup World Championshipmeet "I've probably got (12,000 In that BHS smashed a triple to the fence in KEYSTONE girls tennis at Clay (3:30)

In Ontario, Cal. in October. It car," Spears estimated. "And when right center to score two. Coodge'ssingle
"It was the first national! class race was that title that gave Faulk her I'm running it 25-30 man-hours a week up the middle pushed Clark Tuesday March 25-
I've ever entered. I was Just hoping to recognition as world champ and the go into it.You have to pull the oil pans across before a llneout double play to UNION track & field at KEYSTONE (3:30)
do respectable and not be embarrass right to wear the number"I"decal on about every 20 runs... the rear tires shortstop Sam Sibley helped Jim UNION tennis at KEYSTONE (3:30)
Gruenwald (winner and now 3-0) out Clay at BRADFORD tennis (3:30):
ed" her car this season. "I don't know are good for maybe 30 runs before you
maybe now I just might get a chanceto have to change them over.The engine of early trouble. Interlacken at UNION baseball ((7:30)
Starke's Bud Spears remembered go out there for it,"Spears guessed turns about 8,000 RPM awful hard, so The Indians got two back in the se- UNION girls Softball at Interlachen (4)
his thoughts before this weekend- as he talked outside his home on SR- you only get 75 to 80 runs out of it cond as Shawn Prlchard's seeing-eye BRADFORD girls Softball at Live Oak (5)
weekend where a dream came true 229A south of Heilbron Springs Bap- before we have to check the rings. It'll single found its way through the infield BRADFORD track field at St. Augustine ((3:30)SlLYERJlA.NsDOJTNTOJJ'N
for him. The Camp Blanding tist Church. A glimmer of anticipation crank about 800 horsepower." and Kennr.Jennings drilled a
mechanic fulfilled IS years of drag showed in his eyes as he talked of And )If you think your gas bills are double to score "
racing when he drove his 1970 Dodge the Winston meet. high consider that the Cam II racing Prichard and Sibley who had reached
Challenger to the Super Stock championship fuel Spears runs costs$2. O per gallonin on an error. Gruenwald was GAINESVILLE
at the Gatornationals in That kind of drag racing spectacle an economy 55-gallon barrel. "And caught rounding second by BHS relay
Gainesville last weekendrunning a seemed remote to Spears before this It's probably gone up since I bought man Mark Williams to end the inning. F71
10.4S3 second quarter mile ((127.29 weekend. He had survived a 128 car It," he noted. BHS made it 4-1 in the top of the $ '
miles per hour at the line) in the finalsto field to win the Southeast Division title The car which has to be basically third as Parado ((2-for-4) singled to
top world champion Amy Faulk of for drivers from the South up to the same vehicle as a Dodge left stole second and came home onGoodge's
Nashville Tenn. Before that Spears Virginia and out to Mississippi) last Challenger off the assembly line to bloop single up the middle.
had to win his Super Stock D October and competed in the NationalHot run Super Stock' got its soup-up from Goodge was a perfect 3-for-3 at the 22J\ W.UNIVERSITY
Automatic class Friday and then survive Rod Association's points meets Barnett Race Cars in Atlanta. "We plate with two rlbbies. AV.The
a 48-car elimination with five around the South but the Gatorna maintain it but the engine and the car The Indians padded their lead witha
runs into the finals Sunday againstthe tionals win finally shoots Bud to the including the cage, was built up four run fifth that started with two
best Super Stock cars and drivers top rung of Super Stock driving. Barnett Spears said. That, of outs and none on. Two walks andDyal's ,
from points as far away as Canada That gives satisfaction to Spears, course, figures in the cost of drag racing triple off the third base bag Suitand
and California. His saved his fastestrun his friends, and his most loyal fans- along with the travel expenses scored one and Chris Prichard follow-
of the weekend for last. wife Sharon and four year old son from meet to meet. ed with a two-run single.

The win paid close to$6,000 Spears Jim. "They go to the races every timeI Spears drives a different car in
estimated, counting prize money and go," Spears said. "And she even bracket races at the Gator raceway.
the contingency payments that parts drives the truck on long.trips to giveme "It's just too expensive to run this car BHS Falls 1410Clay
manufacturers will pay because a chance to rest up. in the bracket races," he said. fr
Spears won with their equipment in High's Blue Devils and the portcoatSALE
his car and their decals on it. Tornadoes locked up in a slam-bang
Spears had hoped for a shot at the hitter's dream Friday night in Starke
but when it was over24 Ease hits and
24 runs laterthe Tornadoes were on
0 (!Jmu0 the shorter end of the 14-10 fiasco.A .
BHS Netters nine-run Blue Devil fourth inning

did Bradford in. That uprising put 4
Union Clay up 12-3 and even though B
Top ..... clawed back gamely they could get no of the'Season.
closer than the final count.

Bradford's girlsedged.. -Union's .: Union Co. Registration Continues '.,":.-;' was pitching used andKenny
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Lady Tigers 4-3 while the Tornado: '-Tl< iV-'' ha ,just didn t have anything-
boys breezed to a 7-0 decision in Lake three Hartley said of loser Kenny Clark,
Butler Wednesday afternoon, March Registrations for Dixie Boys Union County will compete with now 3-3 in his sixth straight ap- .
baseball ( 13-17) in Union teams from Columbia.
ages Countywill
pearance. "Bill (Goodge) came in
12.The the BHS break be accepted through March 31. Registration fee is $10. a with
win helped girls ( one out and seven runs In In the
beat Santa Initial games'are scheduled for Each team will have 12 players. As fourth
out of a slump as they also ) and did a pretty
Fe 6-1 on the home courts Tuesday April 12. There will be two 13-14 year of March 18, 30 boys had registered though. That makes us our pitching 4"" ft;
after falling to Macclenny Thursday.The old teams in a league that will also In- leaving only six vacancies. For additional look a little bit better because he only OUR
Tornado boys carded a perfect 3-0 clude four teams from Columbia information telephone Mike gave up five hits and had pretty good
week with easy win over Macclennyand County and a 13-17 year old team from Bearden, 496-3621 or 496-2222 ext. 123. control."
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SF to run their mark to 8-4. Batting averages zoomed In the J t
Janice Jockel Michelle Sapp, Stacy loss. Chuck Johnson was 3-for-S and #M
Denmark and Karen Chitty won in Lady Tornadoes Win 2nd scored three times, Goodge was ONTINUES
singles to clinch the girls win for BHS 2-for-S with a triple and two RBI's
last Wednesday before UCHS took Bradford High's girls Softball team ed a home run and scored two times. Clark was 2-for-4, Ricky Sullivan was
both doubles. On the boys side Union played what coach Gayle Lee said Janice Berry tripled and Erma 2-for-4, and David Sparks had two
didn't get a game off BHS In singles was "their best defensive game so Hamm Hope Jackson Queenie RBI's with a single. A Never Before Opportunity -
and only five games in doubles. far," last Thursday turning back Berry, and Shari Hankerson added
Santa Fe fell by identical 6-1 scores Gainesville Eastside 94 for their se- base hits to round out an eight hit BHS to Selecta
Tuesday with Rip Pratt, Craig Sapp cond win after a season-opening loss. attack. Tracy Hankerson got the pit- FLORIDAJHEAIfiE Nationally Known
and Mike Akridge all breezing to 8-0 The now 2-1 Lady Tornadoes were ching win, giving up eight hits while
wins on the boys side.The only Raider to visit Gainesville Wednesday striking out five. Quality Brand Suitor
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number two doubles. "We just wantedto day, March 25. BHS girls stranded just five. Starke 964-5451 Sportcoat...
get it over with," noted Tornado In last week's victory the BHS girls a HItt4tmf4.
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Keystone Split With Newberry, GHS I



KHHS rallied in the seventh to tie ball down and threw to catcher Mike Bannon tried to score from second on
/ the score and then pushed across two Graziano for an easy play at the plate a single to left center by Graziano but
runs In the eighth to beat tough that ended the game. was called out at the plate on a throw
Gainesville High School 4-3 on the "The kids really came through for by center fielder Keith Ross.
'Canes home field Monday afternoon. me today." a happy Nelson sa di Both teams had six hits but made
x KHHS ran Its mark to 6-1 while had to come through In the the most out of errors for their runs.
dropping GUS to 11-4 thanks to the seven also. Down 2-1 in the top of Two errors by Jay Bergman allowed
4+ I"1of three-hit pitching of Clark Stovall and the last KHHS sent the game into ex- Jennings and Stone to score for a 2-0
last-inning reliever Jim Gruenwald tra Innings with a two-out rally as KHHS first Inning lead but a throwing
and the late-inning batting of GradyBostick Jennings stroked a base hit to right- miscue by sophomore Scott Adams
Chris Prichard. Scott Ban- center and legged it Into a double allowed two runs in for the Panthersin
41 non, and Kenny Jennings. .when the GHS center fielder relaxedin the bottom half of the first.. Both
With the score tied 2-21n the eighth running the ball down. Consecutive teams added runs In the fourth with
.0 J, Boetic lined a single past short mov- ,walks to Dyal, Jeff Stone, and Sam Sibley's RBI single. plating, "US"-
ed all the way to third when losing pit- Sibley by David Lee (4-0 before the run.
cher Robert Speed threw the ball game) forced the tieing run home. A'three run fifth put Newberry'(In
away on a pickoff move to first and Stovall was strong in the seventh the lead for good as Ross banged a
,':: t' then scored the lead run when striking out two and covering first on double and a wild pitch by loser
.'.t".:" j Prichard doubled off CHS' short left- a grounder to Stone for the third out. Bostic (1-1) scored two runs.A .
\. "J .../Mk"" field wall. Pinch-hitter Bannon provided Keystone's first score came in the two-RBI single by Shawn
'1''''' I'JIp a two-run cushion when he first off Lee as Dyal walked,moved to Prichard (scoring Sibley and Stone)
Will 't'.,;.:, : t..w, followed with a two-bagger to deep second on a wild pitch, and came brought the Indians to within 6-5 in the
'. ,i"'f\ 1 left-center to plate Prichard.In home on Sibley's line single past first sixth. '
: ." the bottom of the frame Stovall base. Sibley was 2-for-3 to lead KHHS
i .,. who surrendered just three hits while The Indians outhit GHS 9-3 with with Graziano Jennings Stone and
._ .'f fanning seven K'd GHS top batsmen Bostick going 2-for-3,Shawn Prichard Prichard adding the other safeties off
," ,," ; Jeff Hogg but two walks and a single going 2-for-4 and Sibley upping his Mark Wright.
: 'r', ,.,'ri loaded the bases with one out. Enter team-leading RBI total to nine with I HI
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ing smoke but in the eighth he was
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1'4\\ dropping his arm down some, KHHS s-0-4.
', \.' :;' coach .Rodney Nelson relayed. "I Newberry Tags Indians n-INNS 1wMNnn.n.c. P........
<" ." Tf ;MWv i' ,.1 could see the ball was tailing on him. With First DefeatThe I.am..5, ..ns.I.r.NNN0. .

I'i'. 1 : :" .> He was struggling. And Gruenwald'sa Indian loss to Newberry was ... :900 101 0 a. ItM
'r .C.Sg4' IBav&M, "'" ''Jfii' ....t** ." tough pitcher." marred by what Nelson termed "five 11.wMrry IM X 6 i Iw.
", ; He was on this occasion. He struck terrible calls. And four of them went .WrifM(.-t). 1Nwkk(1.1)1
) tW' out cleanup hitter Tom Cook and got against us."
40 prw'rfW '",jTiiwV Allan Ennis to top a grounder to third. "I'm not one to blame umpires but Do you need a file cabinet for
.
'
.., '':r''' Bo tlc fielded the ball crossing the they dictated the game Thursday home or office use? We have the
'A "< ''',**"yi f. .'V'M/>M*ii!;'\,. diamond but his hard throw to second that's all there was to it,"Nelson con fine Hon 2 drawer with 26''*deep
t : handcuffed Eddie Dyal and got away. tinued. "The catcher's yet to tag Ban- and 25" of inside filing space.
.........,., ., ..., .. ..
'
'n" "" .C : :r'J' The runner at third crossed easily but non and that was the tieing run." This Is reg. fllt.33 for only

Just a Brief Stop at Third.Keystone's when the. man from second tried to With Newberry ((8-6 with the win) 104.95 at the Office Shop 110 W.
come around to tie I it Dyal chased the leading 6-5 in the top of the seventh Call St., Starke 964-5764.
Kenny Jennings holds up at third after Eddie
Dyal's double in the fourth .
against BUS Tuesday night.
lie wasn't their long as Chris Prichard followed with a STARK STORE MIT .- ; On sale Thursday,
two-RBI single. A ,

The Tornado third baseman l la Ricky Sullivan. Discontinued Paints ; .-JIE I"\'\:GLEI--: ; Friday & Saturday!


I Indian Golfers Split T r Matches Tremendous. Assorted Discounts Colors

-- 1 Interior A Exterior HouseholdNational
Keystone High's Indians started Brummitt Wants
their golf season off with splits in two
tri-matches last week. 1A-2A TourneyFor

39's by Steve Greek and David all "major" high school sports-
McKormick were low scores for the football baseball, girls Softball track brand sale !
Indians Friday March 14, but they & field basketball etc.the state's
had to count a 50 and 51 and were high schools are divided into four M-
middle-man in a tri-match with Ocala classifications, 4A to 1A, by student
Vanguard ((162) and GHS ((191) with a body size for playoffs and tournaments -
181 total. The match was played on So, a 2A school like %
the Ironwood back nine in Keystone Heights High competes with I VlSAJ Price cuts that fight inflation! Save up to 39 _

Gainesville.The others in it's class for honors. But in
day before they split their as golf and tennis, the litteschools .
season opener, scoring a 179 to top ) are thrown in with their PROM FRATEDNC!
Santa Fe ((201) but fall behind defending bigger brethren. KHIIS golf coach J.G). DURAND rJjNEW
district champ Ocala! Vanguard Ron Brummitt doesn't much like that :
((168)) on the Knights home course- idea. t !

Ocala Municipal. "I've been outspoken for a longtime
"Ocala Municipal will be the site of to at least have the district and
the district tournament so its good state tournaments for golf and tennis uzrr.
for us to play here," Brummitt said. split for IA and 2A and then 3A and ..nt.r 7
Greek's 40 was again low score with 4A," Brummitt said as the newest .
McKormick adding a 44. golf season got underway. "We feel
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I Bradford High Leggers Beat Santa Fe EasilyBradford's Puttman Ranks UC So/Wallers


..3rd in Florida Split 2 -

boys and girls track and with 76 points to Buchholz' 68 andBradford's for the Tornadoes (with Smith also ,a-. tut b.T*l*..0-44 fo 41DIKVU Based on the state track and field ,

field teams topped Santa Fe's Raider 42 while the NM Lady anchoring the winning mile relay III)Allen MM ,..-.,M) tra4 IIINl.t,. In the Orlando
in a dual meet at Santa Fe site'! of the Colts won with 88 to Buchholz' 61 and unit) while Tiffany Griffis and b.n 144))Ios"4&0,....JHI.) .....30.. Palo Weeks Sid) honor roll published BHS Union County's Lady Tigers split I.
district Tuesday afternoon.The BUS' 32.Bradford. Louette Smith took first in two girls TW4 l.miM II'". ton*4OTWI M.) 0.+e_ !-,. Sentinel Star Tuesday morning two softball garnet last week, bombIng -
run
IM >ur*.n M) Damon, M'*kmt ...". M) Mnttotfr senior Marian Pullman ranks third in Chlefland ..5but losing to
BHS boys won 81-42 while the hosts Eastside for a dual runs (with Louette also anchoring the "... m Mi IM) IIIU.tc 41... M.) MrrTtv the state In the discus throw with her Newberry ... for a 2-2 record.
girls topped SF 71-38. Last Thursdayboth meet today Thursday March 20 at girls mile relay winner). >_.44.1. ten lit)....... ...,.M)0/ -UnmwM Invitational
of 123-1 at the Palatka UCHS hits the road to Lake Ci-
toss
Tornado squads had come out on 3:30: p.m. Highlighting last week's meets 11.0. MOl l.t>)... -Mmmi O... Sad)_...*. play
stack ...*. 4441 ...)defer Smlrll U 1. M| Mm *.,r.M last week.Marian's ty Monday, and Interlachen Tuesday
at the win Santa Allen
In Fe Scott 880
the bottom of a three team over were Smith's season-best 2:02 ,
.
..... M) knot Olmmw. 07.0. HOi 144)) Result IiOI.Ml throw Isn't listed In the afternoon.The .
Marion. NM won the bovs side and Richard Smith claimed two wins Hildebran's 42.3 330 hurdles. .. ..,..
North Danny .I.I 14)))Cents** &',11.M)OldHKrf W m roll but only a state-leading
Valery Chandler's best 880 of 2:46: 11.11.. 'ot''1.s 11,11. Sod,51.22..,11133. _...... honor Lady Tigers romped past
Scott's record 134-6 discus lit) BHt ...,. Mil.. ...l.yi IM)0 MO Ji... Ml ..41.7 130-4 effort by Orange Park's Tammy Chlefland last Thursday as we final-
personal best fM.fl ...) MO 4iO.. Ruffian and a 129-2 fling by Perdue of ly got our defense together" accor-
Steve Marks'
throw personal
Oak Ridge rank better. Both those ding to coach Randy Register. The
19-7 long jump and other season-bests
Grif- 11404,1.7/.lesMNN' girls are from 4A schools so Putt- Lady Tigers committed just two er-
Thomas Curtis Jones
by Barry ,
man's 125-1 ((120-1 throw Monday)
11II1 FIS-o. rors.
Crossroads LoungeLake fis Carol Hildreth Judy Hankerson, Disto' n lit)M.rl, PMMNM m... ....)Josnh'.. .... puts her at the top of the 3A discus That plus of Chlefland bob-
Juanita Betterson. Also, all five BHS tonwi.....3))Uri.CIo_....... .....fan IIH.)PuttKmK field still earl In the season. plenty
bles and 12 walks issued
relay units chopped their times down. .....M) .IIIIMII 31.7. lo o Jump'114).)1MM by Chiefland
Wedp ..... 'J) v...... Ch.ndl. ,.'.. Oft 1)) .....,. pitchers made the win an easy on4f.
Butler Hwy 121 -... II.', ll> rwr.....i M) *..> __ 17.4.JJOl UCHS ballooned a 6-1 lead to 15-1 witha
I) IoatsNMh M...1))tfmn,M.. U.kunHmtMirimtm .
Tornadoes Get 1), W.. 44| 1))fcnlrii' U1.1))Mm' _.>M. nine-run seventh that Included
'J)......MwHMd, 71. MOt 0))V.......-......*.1)) Indians Run 3 seven basesonballs.Dawn .
Come Join Alachua Counties _.,.....,..,...1))11"sor..../.....,... Mitel. 1))0,11I1. to McDowell went 3-for-4, Gail
1st Golf Win ill.. I) tm HIMrntl 4,1.. ....11.. 1)) Ortrll I..SI..J) 2-for-3 and
Rogers Ann
was Bidcflx
.. .. .. .
14 think .oa. Mlle < !I 1)) IMt (Wmm WurlMd
Bradford High's golf team got its c.....,...Smith|.'... The Keystone-P.K. Yonge track Rhonda Scaff, and Candy Parrish had
Parrish Band rained last the other hits for Union. ;
Original Ray first win against three losses as 'meet was out Thursday '

Richard Gaines carded a season best MM.,...N. _."1. 41.Wrl M. leaving a week off for the Indian On the other hand the loss.,,to
Golf& ._...pi-' thinclads. Newberry was a case of the Lady
the Starke
For Good Country Music 35, one under Club par on and three other 'loin M.) .....,. ..... II.>l tX.k.rdto.1 M) Judy KHHS coach Pete Valentino said he Tigers giving the Lady Panthers;

Country course 40's "-heN It MOi M)Tommy_William' Mil....1.411.., hopes to take the team to an Invita- freebies. "We didn't hit the ball... plus
BHS players came through in the IM)IIM.r.,0....'. lIar. 1 deft C l HIMrwh 4401tnd
for a 166-170 win over highlyregardedOrange )Uiwlt Smith, .M 0.1 ......... III)Mriwi P.n... tional meet of 'class AA teams in we played very poorly on defense.'?
...9%1".)I...,....ttarM 30>V lOltclii' ".)'Mo..*. Palatka Friday March 21, and Union It was 3-3 before an eight-run fourth

Wed. Fri.& Sat. Night9pm2am Joey Park.Herres shot a 42, Richard Ponmsn '''.'' Hit"' *>!".! IM) loin.wall..... County will come to Keystone Heightsfor Inning turned the game in Newberry'sfavor.

Smith a personal-best 43 and Barry a 3:30: p.m. meet Tuesday, March oa
..
NM k.yt,.. M. IHI 41.IM McDowell 3-for-4 and
25. was again
Thomas a 46 to back Gaines. .riN.rd piece..
Buchholz topped the Tornadoes ...,_. led) Dower mldr/' ....t M)..", Also Mickey Sibley will run the Rogers again 2for3.
KevinSpmdler's _.... I.tl 2101 M) -.... MmM .> .>, >..> half-mile and mile and Betsy Boat 190 IM Ia. tChMl.n4
behind .
155-173 in Starke .......... IM)Damn,Mil.....,ri 4>O...rr.,........44 S, wright will high jump at the Lady IMwiCo. 100 000 0 1 1 IIMO
COME BEFORE 8. NO COVER CHARGE 36. Gaines was again low 4401. V4| Richard. Smith U.4| HOl IM) Boomed ImllhIM .I LtUnions
man for BHS with a 38 with Smith ad- Mil. ...... DNS (.,"... _..... _..... ..d Gator Relays at UF's Percy Beard N. MO > a II 1 HI"
led! ol iiJ4 I but disqualified' ,Shut Full track Saturday .
43. john miH) 1M 0 "U !14 '
ding a
Olnotl ..4| ..ll.. fc." .130.61"I'll 1fawMn7
Under New ANN fc.lt 411.1'41
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Management if .do.& 111.11445173
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'HI_-.._,...3111.Smith, .............Mild..... 'i Jump 4lh) ..." ThM. .4,..Lane 1ml)
.'- . d. Steve M.... 111.7'4 t lid,)Mrry,.. .. 10-4. '
Obituaries
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Nathaniel Enoch Roberts daughter Mrs. Ralph Jones

N.E. Roberts 67, died Monday, Keystone; one brother Paul Sayers

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE March 17, in.Lake Shore Hospital In Springfield, Ohio; one sister, Mrs.

Lake City after an apparent heart at Helen Barnhart, North Highlands

tack. Calif; seven grandchildren and three

Born In Union County, Mr. Roberts greatgrandchildren.Funeral .

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S lived most of his life in the Lake services were held at 2:30-: -'

Butler community. He was a retired p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 19, in the

Correctional Office from the Recep- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

tion and Medical Center and a Chapel with Rev. Hence Allen and Dr.

GAINESVILLE SUNCLASSIFIED member of the First Christian James R. Neale Jr., officiating.:

Church. Burial was in Keystone Heights

Survivors include: two daughters, Cemetery. An Eastern Star service.

Mrs. Melvin Long of Alachua and was conducted In the Chapel Tuesday".

SECTION. Mrs. Tommy Lindsey of High Spr- evening at 7:00 P.M.

ings; one son, N.E. Roberts III of

Kansas; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtice RaymonciAttaway s.
Rawls of High Springs and Mrs. Ber- *
Raymond Attaway, 65, of Rt. 1 Box
nice Holmes of Lake Butler; four
Howard and 346 Lake Butler, died Friday morning -
The Sun'severy Classified section brothers Rodney,
Shop
Charlie Roberts all of Lake Butler March 14, in Union General

and Cecil Roberts of High Springs; Hospital after an extended illness... .

eight grandchildren and one greatgrandson. Born in New Berry S.C.. Mr. At
moved to Jacksonville in his
taway

day for great shopping values. Funeral. services were held early life where he resided until mov

Wednesday March 19, In the First ing to Lake Butler four years ago. He

Christian Church of Lake Butler with retired from the Florida Times Union

Rev. Raymond Baer and Rev. Bill mail room after 32 years. He was a
1 member of Johnstown
Baptist
...... Delaney officiating. Burial followedin
DRIVER Must be bondable' 4* EXTRA PAY ALBS' HELP
"50 tin./wk. Time and a half for The U S New ha* opening 'In talllno th. ..WANTEDRod vie, Mt. Zion Cemetery under the direc- Church, a member of the Order of the

EMPLO'IMENT.; :' Low fLow Fee the RESERVb locelREADY' / PROGRAM MARINER Keel- o product*..insurance aiasa salary'proorani pluscommlf.ft.on tion of Archer Funeral Home of Lake Moose. Lodge 1140 and a member of

Trm OOI Newberry Rd. 375121 ,lent trelnlho' and .041115. After frlno*. Pravlous. alasaxparlnca the International Mailers Union 138'-: >
.. or 3...-,. NW 13 St 31.''''. 12 week* to 10 month, active raquirad Call 10 a m.-12 Butler.
Your future U our concern" duty return homo end drill p.m. Monday through Friday ask Survivors include: his brother,
ALL MCDONALD'S. now accepting monthly.: Join now train,this' for Sandy 31S'i. -lSa." Cecil Attaway of Savannah, Ga.; four
summer. Find
5 0: .: r'.tm"- 3 .* f New Recruiter out at more jn-aee' cellyour WESTERN SIZZLING Mm Marlon Dell sisters", Mrs. ,SallyBolton of
full time tlon for
APPLY NOW osonsoloevrosiontf Apply In prunnCOCKTAIL COMPUTER OPERATOW. IBMOENERALOFFICE WIt.now.../ .lfrearp4100.4 CWtloW, Mrs. Marion Dell, 71, died Wednes- Charleston, S.C., Mrs. Mae Carroll,,
National' appliance company WAITRESS =,.o."c._.,', sled." cooks fry Cook.R'd-' !. March 12 in Bradford Mrs. Mildred Taylor and Mrs. Gloria'Anders '
announce* opening' of new ""on wit.. aoportunlrv.Parma.' 4 3950 K a day, County
branch 4 men and women needed WAITER lnw. 10 hr. work "'.. Hospital.A all of Jacksonville; and a hos(
BARTENDER .k'1..UD
for help' In Installation and SUNTEC .
itomer aervtce) dapartmantDENTAL Call 377 WtBbetwgenj 107 only, S:22nd Ave.372-342 1 SECRETARY Fee Pad lifetime resident of Starke Mrs. of nieces and nephews.
700/0o .0'..r/ mining' ..SS."NTM"N..OER. 7.MO 75 cw0m.. administrative, bllltv, Funeral services held Mon.
P/OV/ded./ J779110for soot Retell career experience' notntceuarv. U]... well. .. will Dell was a bookkeeper for a dry were
have ou tool no NIC. gerf40al/V' to.work with Nave baeiut.d.private' office.1O.OOO cleaning business. She was a Baptistand day March 17, in Johnstown Baptist
ASSISTANTFull n'Y: CuflomKS occur. .
'. fashion orient ""no. Call up
time'In orthodontic practice.Previous 5ll.. Wvndo777.0711.: Sn.lllno Voyla "Mother of the Church". Church with Rev. C.F. Durrance and .
Norm 373-4711 SnelllnaJL : &
Call : :;
Np rltnca preferred.N. :: Snelling. barVlq c.r., : ,.
73-10OO :Snelllna' ,Service, charge aueranteedTOdav tab 90 delve. Charge quart, CENTER ConiultantEttSONNEL 372-43T7 Survivors include: her husband Rev. James Lundy officiating Burial

Oscar Dell, Starke; two sons Milton followed, In Evergreen Cemetery |in

Ellerson Fort Lauderdale and Jacksonville. Archer Funeral Homeof

Robert Ellerson Starke; one sister, Lake Butler was In charge of ar-

Williams and rangements. Pallbearers were: Mar-
'11 'R" I9T7CHEVETTE Josephine Tampa one
PAulomau,cUN ta HONDAS O AM/PM eeradio, and tape brother, William Taft Ellerson vin Sylvester, Jimmy Prichette; '
/ power steering.S3A99HARF heater great gas mlleaoe, b''h...
RED AUTO IMPORTS Now taking' 07.110far new IMO. 4O.ooomll.2.500.C.IIJ1.39. Jacksonville. Johnny Gocek Robert Olen, Cline.
194 N.Main' Street Honda Car. In I to M Jennings and Quinton Bloodsworth
Funeral services held
were Sunday
37g 4373_ ITS 98M dev on most model* Including' 4 W73 Internetlonel Traveled ,
door Accord. Cell George Young. Power steering air, new tires' March 16 at New Bethel Baptist
'77 :
PINTO 372 2583 cruise AM/PM low miles lots
4 speed, air. moon roof, (2595HARF Peeler of room....... Call Steve. Church Starke, with Rev. Leroy Dennis Hodge
.. RED AUTO IMPORTS 197017 NGN1! J77 l/SX SIpm
.:411..Mein. ltfN3 II' Steak a enolne.. "" .1.. Davis conducting the services. Burial Dennis E. Hodge 80( of Brooker
NO DOWN PAYMENT !.'!.03T.I 31S-ttm 13.000 mil... hsO... duty o 74 MONTE. CARLO. iMcellentcondition. was in Dell-Johnson Cemetery under ,
'/ console.
{1530 400,307{ died Saturday, March 15, after an -
It you have been on your |ob ,a swivel bucket eets. elr power the direction of Haile Funeral Home.. apparent
79 DATSUN .
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nor and have good, established DODO" TRADESMAN ,100. on steer ing/brakes, ftiaoo or best heart attack.
credit. I can pufyou m a new or Silver, autOmatlcacfor0. alit silver gray 41,000 m11ea. II offer 31...... Student A life resident of Brooker and
long
used ear, truck or van To 00.11.' FOR 000 mpg encellent condition' 4IOO.
fy call Undv, Monday:Friday at Call. John"t.1J.'ii:: -2311. 372 4979 after S. '70 QUICK LeSebro custom elr, Bradford County, Mr. Hodge retired
Mrs. Ethel Vance BatchelderMrs.
Marbgf Chevrolet' 316-58" Harber Data100. NW 23 Ave "A brakes/steering excellent condition
100. "ON""C c..,ALI,..:. lust Insoected. ready to: go Ethel Vance Batchelder from the State Road Department. He
*6* CUTLASS SUPREME 2 *7l MOB NEW ENGINE, convertible compl..I200 .12.3194. oood transportation *95Oneootleole age
door good Point. machsnleally I runs excellent Need 3?./57. Student. 75, of Keystone Heights, died at her was a member of the Dedan Baptist :
Round, money for school 350 ENOtNC/tranmielon' :
air Mad. tlras uoo S2IOO will
best .".,.376-3002 Student or negotiate' price After 3.30 week- from 1974 Old' d001, any/I0l '. ... 376- 52,000m l >, only : Great gas.,great cer.air,a track apparent heart attack. Born in Survivors Include: his wife, Mr*>
4774 Student 376-9301 ask for Sebastian.> new fires tiooo firm.Call after 4
p m.. 373K77SPACIOUS New Burlington Ohio, Sept.. 21, 1904 Effie Clark Hodge of Brooker; one'

Mrs. Batchelder lived in Fairborn son Pete Hodge of Brooker; one-

Ohio from 1938 until 1972, and lived in brother, Tom Hodge of Jacksonville:

Starke until she moved to Keystone seven grandchildren and one great"

QUALIFYING 13000 DOWN ALL. READY FOR Mobile homo 100.1eh eot.with Heights in 1975. She was a retired grandchild.i

Assume eMlstlng, ,, S3'.ooo mo,.. tic Paved power road a.,slab 5, acre. .19,9OO Well. _eo-m.. end air refrlg conditioning' .. in NW. S1,51 0.. bookkeeper; was a member of the Funeral services were held Tuesday

Int..fImo.n fc '*443 on, principle this newly' ,A .... RALDWIN. REALTY 37 V575? R.klr',]c Ri:7TM70 C' Florahome Church of God; a memberof March 18. in the Dedan Baptist

remodeled leoo sq ft. home, with the Bradford Co. Senior Citizen's Church with Rev. Lacey Conway and
centrel air & heat
.In.the NW, Must be and sold fireplace by 3170 MAKE 40 ACRES OFFER CONVENIENT. COUNTRY LIVING Organization and was a member of Rev. John Hendry officiating. Burial,
Prestige Homes of GainesvHte L.nd".rL."D'C"' !. With this almost' new 4 :>
BR. followed In Dedan Archer
Rea,lore 3/7 ...MQ,. ] ../.. densely' wooded and priced' to aell bath home located in exclusive' the OES Chapter 279 In Keystone. Cemetery. ";
this w end. Cell' S'eve.Wm H. NW Lee than minutes' from Survivors include: her husband, Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in
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13INTEREST ...mmoc..OOO.C.II...-"'" 7041.Santa.h. Directly' across .10 turn. ..ml.autorn..r _0,3 i
LOVelV 3 541, 2both home in Pilot P* Community' CalMNOfa.. Laree.. : No ;
Pored fAlachua) N wooded UNIQUE STORY law >2/Vmo. 376-U26for eppt. ONI. 7150 mo. .u r.cc'i :. .. .
acre 001 114 1g. It. Ilv 22 B i..on.. Cedar home :In prime so trailer 'lot, for rent 4JY1010. r.- ,
/nfuls lad 1. I Thorrr l D4n wlndowl. COW PEN LAKEPRONT Try A Taste Of .
wr1.900 wlndowf[.sit to ,1 car- 'out alt. .....m.. a Urmotmcmt.' New 3 BM. 2 bath loft, fireplace BRAND. NEWI 3 BR 'bath home .
ONLY .40.300 mOrtOSge. +.ufs'.' '. > : -'ro Country
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fine NW Torr 'OOP ]161171 washerdryer:dishwasher cent. vision., schools and shopping .
C411wallecoca/nReaIlVlnce alr/heet' ,dock tsoo month. Absolutely no pets. *375month.
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0,071. si 7% .Ili/mo. Mc. are. 1 SR, garden available' 377-1717 or 373-7O.T4 eve. )
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: Mon.'So' )0am 3om Organ.: Hammond 1..212. -u omalic chal' "f 2 FOR 1.19
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financing v.ll.bl. for 34 mo. .
M.I 4D1100 l after O. 3 IUATUR COUCH 05 Inch..,

PEAVEY. SPEAK. .. SVSTIMt SIGH .f SIGH r''rl/_._. U GOLD wedding a.t: wom.nornSTdB1 ." Drawn separate K.,chguard'allows .&do.4 cu.n M:'fit,
J l0eak 'I: I miner with 6 Mlaf. cu.ft.: CMCollml. condition' t29 *-" .rin i :r'd:y Cr4l dt* new country nomo. .100. 373- 632.HOOVIM : GRAVY I IJ
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'WANTED. PERSONAL HOMES CARS FOR SALE FOR SALE ,


1 FOR SALE FO'R'SALE LOST/FOUND SERVICES FOR SALE TRUCKS
CASH KM GOLDt Sterling FENCING All kinds hog PONYi with saddle bridle.

diamond |ewelry calm ASSUME PAYMENTS REPOSSESSED $100 REWARD For block BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete MOBILE HOMES Why pay 1970 CHEW TRUCK Step- wire. welded wire barbwire $200. Phone 782-3074 after

and dental gold. Will visit 25" console color TV. SINGER FUTURA and white female, German sharpening service circular more? Buy direct from foc. side pickup: 6 cylinder. wood. chain link; 4pm. Itpd 320.
horn*. 1-376.5233. carbide, 69.000 miles. Many eMtras.SI tree estimates. MANNING DREXEL DINING ROOM
your repossessed. Pay off Late model fully automatic Shepherd. 7-monlhs-old hand lory large selection of 24.
.Mr Rittm n. tlnchg 3/6 balance due with red collar' and red chain mower blade hollow 14. 12 wldes. COMMUNIT4MOBILE 500. Phone 964-7973. FENCE CO.. 473-4822. TABLE 6 chairs buffet.
$192 cash machine. Does
CASH KM SILVER ..hlgh..t.prices orpayments sewing It name, tag. Lost In Melrose ground and balanced HOMES SALES. US anytime. Ask lor Tony Mit Keystone. TFchg $850. Phone 9647652. Itpd

paid for odd piecesand month. ol $19.10 per oll.stroight stitches., area 12/10. Answers to leave at Jackson Building 301 North. Open 9 la dusk chell. 3'13 2tpd 3/20. DAM HAVl lorryleFollette. 3 :20. .
sets of sterling silver Under warranty. darns monograms buttonholes 174 MONTI CARLO tinted Storks,
name Banshee.. Call any Supply. Starke or Keystone I to 6 Sunday. Phone NEW AND USED FURNITURE
White's .
Tea sets, Sewing and Appliance blind home windows excellent condi
war .trays plat- time. 475-1190. 2/7 tlnchg His. TFchgALCOHOLICS 964.8741. .964-6273. TFchg. and appliances. Porch
Mrs, etc. $125 per pound Center, 3527 S.W. Original contract $399. Payoff ANONYMOUS TFchg tlon. S2SOO. Phone CHAIN LINK FENCE rockers. BARGAIN
REWARD for 6 month old .V OWNIng Completely
Second Wind IS Archer Rd. Gainesville. remaining balance ol 4311373. 4311860. 3/20
minimum. or material. Do it yourselland
Lob. female mix. Block CENTER. US 301 South.
'N. St.. Gainesville 3764466. tlnctig 3/20 $144.10 cosh take remodeled. BR. one bath. 327.VOLKSWAGINI.
Main or overpayments with white star on host.Missing Phone 964-5148 or 9646582. 2tchg save. Installation
c 964 6679.
TFchg
Family Room. Fireplace
375-8733 and 3737425. HIGH QUALITY PECANS- of $12.60 per TFchg good condition available. Free estimates.
from McRoe ,
area PLUMBING FIXTURES windows

Will visit your home. We three different types: month. Trade-Ins accepted REMODELING. BUILDING Screened porch. Central $750. Negotiable. HandyMan Fence Co.
since March 9.
and furniture President 315. : Heat a Air Nice Corner Lot Phone 964-8699. Itpd 3120. doors pipes, plus
olio buy antiques Curtis and a. part payment. To see Answers to Sue-S_. Voc. REPAIRS New kitchens %4.9539. TFcha'WATSON'S
tin 2/7 Brick In Saratoga Heights, 1021 1977 FORD COURIER Sun 10.000 other Items now at
Stewart. 14 pounds, unshelled call credit" manager collect cination '953. Phone baths, family rooms. HOUSE OF
WANTED Chihuahua. lor $10. Phone 904-376-4467. tlnchg 3/13 473-3874 or473-4966. Itchg block. concrete. Fireplace W. Pratt St. Phone roof. AM/FM/tape. roll VACUUMS Many brandsof Bargain Center. US 301

JVS-3V4 pounds, lemaleprelerred. 473.4862 and ask for SPRING SAlli Gallon the 3/20.: specialists. Grillis Con 9645639. Available Now. bar fog lights carpeting new vacuums. Used South Starke. TFchg

Will pay up to Cho... 2tchg 3/20-27 azaleas. $1.50: 3-gallon struction. Phone 473-2108 3/6 3tchg 320.FORECLOSURE lots more .extra.. Good machines available. Parts TWO ACRES with complete
25. 4734897. ,2tchg 473-2578.. TFchg PROPERTY condition excellent MPG. trailer set up. Bayless
ONE II KILN. collar. f.,. on size $4. All typesgreenhouse and accessories for all
3/JO-27: kiln 2 full shelves, 1/2 plants and FOR RENT"FURNISHED SEWING MACHINES Large two story home. cor. Phone 964-SB24. Itchg vacuum systems. 404 NW Highway Rt 2. Box 102. A.
WANTIDt All makes 3/20. Slarke Phone 964 83O8.
ROOMATE Someone REPAIRED nor Madison and Orange
shelf $300. Also4adialsantique baskets love'sAzalea
hanging 10th Av... Gainesville
to shot house or 3-BRFront( and cleaned oiled and ad- Streets. Financing TWO DUNE BUGGIESi One 36 3tpd 3'20.
desk condition Farm sa.100.
good
on
mobile home and split expenses. rear)2-BA large yard with lusted. $10. Work available, Guaranty llbergloss. one with roll phone 376-7110. TFchg FIVE ACRES Road 214.
glass doors.beautiful Florahome. Phone
Call days room for garden excellent guaranteed James Federal phone 9645000. cage. S37S for both. Phone BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just Keystone Heights. Small
old $500. Phone 6592201. 3/6-27
4tchg 9645381. Itpd 3/20.: opening. Hwy 21 North of
473-2210. Upd. 3/20.: condition. $I7O per month Strickland. corner MorganRd. 3, 13 TFchg. equity assume payments..
NEED HELP WITH SPRING 4733085. 1'chg 3120 REPOSSESSED plus $100 deposit. Melrosearea. and Hwy 16. TFchg 12x40 MOBILE HOME furnished 197S DODGE VAN. power Keystone Hts. Ceramics, Phone 964-7933 alter 5

CLEANING Evan do win. TWO ACRES near SR-10O Amana microwave oven. .475-2694 or 473-2882. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK excellent condi steering automatic plaques dolls Indian p.m. 3/13 2tpd 3 :2O
dows. Craw work also near Keystone Heights. Only six months old. Under I#chg. 3/20. SERVICE: Bradford residential transmission 6 cyl., 18, Jewelry other Items LIQUID CHICKEN FERTILIZER
available. 473-3372 alter 4 $300 down $66 84 per warranty. $184 cash or FOR RENT Trencher compactor pump-outs. S4S. Commercial tion. S2500 cash. Phone mpg 2000. good condition. Phone 473-7042. 7/26 Delivered
$12.00 ton.
month. Phone 473-4058 take of 473-4508. Itpd 3/20. Call after 6 per
p.m. Homes or businesses. or over payments cement mixer and industrial. Ful. p.m. TFchg
and spread 6 tons
2tchg. 3/20-27.: 473-4367 alter 6 p.m. SIB.11 per month. White's pressure washer, lawnmowers ly licensed. Phone 4682931. Itpd 3/20.: HMEROCKi 20 yd. semi load. Call Bob 468.I 320 per for

tlnchg 4/24 Sewing and Appliance tillers. other 9648121. TFchgHORSESHOEING loads only. ALLEN E Information. 3/13 41chg
LAKE LOTS FOR SALIt Center 3527 S.W. ArcherRd. garden auto and coristruc- Trimmingor TAYLOR. lawtey. Phone
4/3.
HOMES Keystone Heights. .. Gainesville. 376-4466. tion tools. KEYSTONE RENTALS corrective work.. 13 HELPWANTED 782-3173. TFchg REFINISHERS BARGAIN

Beautifully wooded 'lots on tfnchg 3/20 Hwy. 21 North years experience. Larry CONSOLE STEREO AM FM

FOR SALE clear, sand bottom lake. 4732995. TFchg 964-6273.LoFollette 12/13, TFchg'Starke, radio '#turntable solidwood Mahogany table chairs. Duncan, and Phyla china
Good terms discount for Mediterranean
or CARS HOMES BUILT remodeled or can. cabinet. A good buy but
cash. I to 5 acres with nice repaired fireplaces kitchens MIDDLE AGED WOMAN to sole cabinet small recordstorage. needs refinishlng, ALSO

IY OWNBRi-.on Spring tress overlooking lake TRUCKS MISCELLANEOUSAMERICAN plumbing and electrical operate Phone 964-7184.small restaurant 3/6 TFchg., Mognavox. Needs electric lownmower in
from $3,500 $500 down. some work for do-
perfect
work. Phone Wade condition. See at 135N.
lake 2BR. 1BA. storage ACTIVE REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON good
building. porch well. $50 month. Commercial 17 CHEVROLET STEPSIDf. LEGION BINGO Behr, Building Contractor, Good commission It-yourselUrs. $25 or best Church St., Storke. or

Swim ski fish 39500. loll on SR-21 North 4x4. AT PB. PS. AC. 9,800 Highway 21 north Saturday lawtey. 782-3973. TFchg. schedule, and ample oiler. Phone 782.3330. call 964.7741. llpd 3'20.
Owner will finance W oilcbl'.. Owner- miles. SI.50O and takeover 7 p.m. and Sunday EXPERT TAX SERVICE Individual floor time. Ralph Bryan HAMMOND PIPER II DRV CHICKEN LITTER for

4733151. tfnchg 3/6 salesman. 4734375. 2/22 payments. 473-36O7. 2 p.m. Public Invited. and Corporate REALTOR. 964-8788. 3/6 ORGAN excellent condition gardens or pasture. I will

tlnchg 2tpd 3/20-27 tfnchg 10/18 returns filed Also monthly 4tchg 327.EXPERIENCED. $600. Phone 964.8092 load on your truck for SIS 1
FREE LUMBER and bricks. bookkeeping a ervic.. ClassifiedAds SAW Mill before S p m. After S, call per ton. Phone Arthur
Just tear down old house Phone 9646918. 3/6 3tchg 964-6604 ask for Debbie.
HELP WANTED
SawyerPine Gaikms 7823140. 3 20
B Union County Times I and clean up. Phone 3/20. Get Timbers-Automatic Itchg 320.GARAGE : TFchg
Jacksonville I-725-7I7O. JUST IN TIME for Spring
__ i 3/20 ResultsFOR Carriage-Hydraulic Feed. SALE This Satur.day HOGS FOR SALE Cut and
tfnchg gardening: Small garden
lumber Grader-Pine. and Sunday. 9 a.m. to
Pork andsausage.
PERSONAL SALEASSUME GARAGE SALE Sol.. March spots. Roto-Tilled for you. Planer Operator-Woods S p.m. 1023 Eastwood Dr. wrapped. chops
FOR SALE FOR Good price.Phone .
22, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Some Reasonable rates. Free 412 Machine.
Apply to (near Southside Elem.Storke ..
7823481. 3 :2O3tchg
furniture. SR-21 south to estimates. Coll Don Sapp
'SERVICES Alton Boxboard Company ). Itpd 3'30.
PAYMENTS
3 SEDROOM:2 bath home Follow 43.
Chautougua Way. 964 6005 after 5 p.m. for RENT
Whitehouse, Fla. Phone GARAGE
SALE Clothes,
2,600 plus sq. feet on 11/3' 25" console color TV the sign. I#chg 3/20: appointment. 3/13 3tpd GARAGE SALS IN LAWTEVl
CUSTOM MADEDRAPIRIIS3Freo 9047815811. 3/13 4tchg men women & children.
83/4 repossessed. Payoff .
acres. percent 3/27. PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished First doublewide MH on.
assumable mortgage. 4 balance due $192 cash orpaym.nl. BABYSITTING! day or night efficiencies and I 4/3. Kitchen and baby items left of 301 |just past school.
."''me'... local of $19.10 EARN EXTRA MONEY at and much. much
years old. On SR 231. Call per more.
PERSONALSERVICES in Raiford PHane BR opts., weekly or mon home 2 twin beds double
distributors far completely month. Under : good pay. Easy 1416 Randall
496-2968 after 6 2/14 warranty. St.. Green
p.m. 4311133. Ask for Darlene. thly. NEW FURNISHED work. No dresser with mirrorglassware .
washable nationally chg TFN. White's Sewing and Appliance x.p..I.nc.n.c.nary. Acres, Starke. Saturday 8a.m.
3/20 2tpd 3'27. STUDIOS. monthly only. Send for tools, pictures.otlor .
advertised GardsetteDraperies. HOME FOR SALE:3 bedroom, Center. 3527 S.W. 3rke. ap .4 p.m. Itpd.3'20.REPO .
FORMER KINDERGARTEN 2313: N. Temple. R. Items. Phone
plication. I.A.. P.O. Box
saw Enterprises. Archer Rd.. Gainesville.
2 bath withalone
family liNGER
room FUTURA
CARPENTER WORKtRemodeling TEACHER will watch and TFchg 552. Lake Butler Fla. 7823944. March 21 and 22.
Ed LomaStephens.
or fireplace 2 acres, 376-4466. tfnchg 3/20 Late model automatic
fully
4962219. REPOSSESSED work kitchen teach your child In my KITCHENETTES One BR 32054. 3/20: 4tpd 4/10. 8 to 5pm. Itchg 3 :20.
completely fenced, comcarpeted cabinets and trimcarpenter. home. Inquire at 9648187. apartments pool. TV AC. HAIRDRESSERS NuWaves. sewing machine Does it GO-CART S hp 'wopa..ng.
;
3I79TFN.RIASONABLES SINGER FUTURA ..
pletely all stretch stitches, darns.monograms .
Reasonableprices. Itpd 3/20. utilities Included. totallyfurnished.
Phone 9648431. 3,20 4tchg ... Includes 2
Small trees dishwasher. Call 496-3440. Late model[ fully automatic buttonholes,
Weekly
Call Ed mon
limbs trimmed. machine. Does It Dempsey at 4/10. helmets. Phone 964-5044 9
and cut or $55.000. 2/28 TFN. sewing thly rotes. TEMPLE MOTEL. blind hems. Original con
Reasonable .at... Call 1971 HONDA GOLD all-stretch stitches, darns, 473-2477. tfnchg 2/7 880 N. Temple Av... tract $599 Pay all remainIng a.m. to 6 p.m.Itchg 3 20. iYARO

. Tony 431.1114 qfteC.6 p." ,,It 'f WINGiGL1000.. 11,000-1...fnonogromftbuttonholes' PAINTING. Free1'estimates.Interior and exterior. %: ,LOST/FOUND.-. ..- ,Starker*Phone) 964-7357.." balance pi$144 10 cash -WEt little bit all!
1/3 TFN. J .;blind. horns.."Inall Von. Furniture, *
t > "mil... loaded loF-tourMc/- terms.; Sunshine .9/20 TFchg. or take over payments ol everything. .
NEED TO BUY. If you need to $3500. Ray Powell, tract S599. Pay oil remainIng Easy Maintenance Service. LOSTMALI WALKER DOG MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE WANTED $1260 per month. Trade- household goods tools.

buy a used truck or any 496-3377 Nites 496-3861. balance of$144.10 cashor 1-3754230. 2tpd between Lawtey and HOME PARK mobile homes ins accepted as part pay. Friday. Saturday. Sunday.
type of Chevrolet call John 3/13 take over payments of 3113320BIRCH'S GOOD PRICES PAID for used call credit
2lchg. Raiford. Numbers 305 on and spaces for rent. Phone ment. To see, or until every things gone.
Faulkner, lee Chevrolet ALUMINUM BOATl 14 It.. $12,6O per month. Trade- sides. Phone 9646458. or 468-2912. TFchg mobile homes il mortgageIs manager collect On SR 21 between Melrose
Co.. Jacksonville. "V" bottom wide hull 20 ins accepted as part pay 9647047. Reward. 3/13 THREE BEDROOM furnished 3/4 paid or more. OLIN S 9O4-376-4467. tlnchg 3 13 and Keystone off Ferris

721-1860. 2/7 TFN. H.P. Mercury outboard ment. To see. call credit 21chg 3/20. home on Crystal Lake MOBILE HOME SALES REPOSSESSED Fish Camp Road. on Wolf

WILL BUILDFIREPLACESReasonable. Gator tilt trailer, large external manager collect IPM PEST CONTROL LOST DOG Black and Tan. carpeted deck no pets. 9645606. Open 7 days Amana microwave oven Lane Follow signs Phone

gas tank many ex 9043764467. tfnchg 3/13 hall Irish setter, half Adults. Deposit. Phone weekly. TFchg Only six months old. Under 475-1502. Ilpd3'20.SUN .
Call lor..timat... 25 years tras. Very good condition. REPOSSESSED Ridgeback. Lost 3'17 on 473-3581. 2/21 TFchg WANTED Mobile home ax. warranty. $184 cash or
ol experience. Call Bob 1200. Call 4962961. 3/20 Amana microwave oven 964-5534 Water St. Reply to 608 N. TWO ROOM APARTMENT lea and tires. Will pick up. take over payments of

Bryant 496-2152 alter 5:30. llpd Only six months old. Under e Pest Control t Water St., Slarke Itpd and housekeeping rooms. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME $18.11 per month. Whites
TFN 2/28 191' MERCURY CAPRUTwo warranty. $184 cash or Protection 3/20. All utilities also sleepingroom. SALES. 9645606. Open 7 Sewing and Appliance

BABY SITTI NGsDaytime, door hatchback PS PB. take over payments of LOST Two Walker HoundsIn Come to Underwood days a week. TFchg Center, 3527 S.W. Archer POOLSERVICES

Worthington Springs area. AC, AM-FM. automatic $18 II per month. While's the Raiford area. White Motel, 3 miles North on CASH FOR COINS Gold. Rd.. Galneiville 376-4466
Phone 496-3781 alter 2.30 transmission 4 cyl 25.OOO Sewing and Appliance * * and tan mole with #57 US30I.2/28 TF. silver sterling dental ASSUME PAYMENTS

p.m. 3/13 Itchg. mil... small equity and Center 3527 S.W. ArcherRd. WANTED Mobile homes to dyed on both sides. A ONE BEDROOM HOUSE Inquire gold. GF scrap jewelry optical 25" console color TV. ., ._
CHILD CAREln my home all assume payments. Call .. Gainesville. 376.4466.tlnchg buy. white female. Both tot* at 864 MacMahon frames etc J.R. Bull- repossessed. Pay off IN GROUND

day and alter school. Fenced 4963347. 3/20 Itchg. 3/20: Cash for used mobile tooed CD. Collars are miss Street, Starke. 3.3 2tpd Ington 964-6250 TFchg. balance due $192 cash orpoym.nh AND.ABOVE .
yard, snacks, experience CAPTAINS BEDTwln bed homes. ing. Call collect Clifford 3/20. MOBILE HOME AXLES and of $19,10 per

and good with drawers and shelves, We top price. Dugger. Sanderson TWO BEDROOM mobile wheels.' Top price paid for month. Under warranty, GROUND

references. Call 496-22)1.) Seart. maple wood. $75 INSURANCEMAINES 3281669.pay 3253607. 275-243. Itpd 3/20. home: convenient to shopping "like new" condition. Whites Sewing and Appliance

3/20: Itchg Call 496-3574. 3/20 Itchg. 3/6-3/27. center. No pets or no Phone 9648331. 1/24 ,Center, 3527 S.W. _EQQLS_

MX JO CYPRESS INSURANCE AGENCY *4tchg* .* * EIRWIRR children. Phone 9648810. TFchg Archer Rd., Gainesville. Installationsand
376-4466. tlnchg 3/20
BUILDING:1X10 and 1X12 Itchg 3/2O.:
HELP boards. One old house : 160 S. lake Av.., Lake LAKE BROOKLYN ft * * !EAMPER IB FT.t Sell- aepqrSPhone !,

good lumber. Cali Butler. 496-3978. Complete Career PositionwV-011.' (Smokerlsei) Two bedroom FOR SALE looking for contained sleeps six air 786-2342

WANTED 4963181. 3/20 Itchg. Insurance Service. TFN WE OFFER house on lake w/w mobile home? and heat 1500. George
,
179 CHEVEROLET PICK-UP EVERYONE IS INSURABLE ..Aeo.AnII'.M-. _.1-0 0..... carpet CH/A. kitchen Special new 12X60. J7.995. T. Hugglns. 964-5588. Itpd

EARN EXTRA MONEY At TRUCKiToke. up payments, Immediate JOB coverage USHER by .__k-. 200 AMI* equipped. No p.'.. S250 Delivered and set-up. .1

home, good pay. No experience deluxe cab only 9.000 AGENCV496-2I26 phone. or'4962903.TFN .A P..Mfth. _..-... month $100 damage $500,000 Inventory to HOPP TOPP
necessary. Send miles. Call 4962308. 3/20 ........... ''''-. deposit. Phone 964-5664 or choose, Irom. Qtdf.arn ,
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Starke Truck Keystone Girls Split 2 7 i;


Takes 2nd in Keystone High's Lady Indian split slapping 12 hits in the Panther vic<:
two girls Softball games last-week, tory. Karen Smith scored twice foIlS:
Jax. Softball to Newberry 124 Thursday, Keystone, which tallied four times lathe :
SS'!' falling 13 but coming back to defeat seventh after being down 12-2. <.

Starke Truck Plaza, last year'sStarke Gainesville High-. Monday. March
City League and district class 17, to even their mark at 2-2. -..
'B1 champs (as Water's), took second The Keystone girls are at home for :
In a field loaded with top teams as the two games to end the month. They Bunnell Takes;
Big Oak Classic at Jacksonville'sDrew host Milliard Friday night and Jax.
Park last weekend. Victory Christian Monday night, with '
The Starke club won five of six both games starting at 7:30: p.m.
behind the hitting and defense of Ran- GUS was up 3-2 after two Innings RJE Tourney (
dall McGee, who won the home run Monday but Keystone scored twice in
trophy with 10 homers.and hit .667 for both the third and fourth Innings to Bunnell's Sixers won handily over aS j
the weekend. take the lead for good.They outhit the rugged Ocala team 118-94 to clinch its'
The locals opened by beating Col- hosts 12-6 with Murray Edwards going second consecutive semi-pro baskets;;
onial Uniforms of Jax. 19-8 as McGee 2-for-3 and both Karen Smith and ball ::
tourney championship at
had three homers in three at bats. Beth Walrath providing two hits In Starke's R.J.E. ;:
Henderson Gets One of Nine Runs squeeze bunt to third for one of Union's scores In an easy 9-0 They out-defensed Harry's of St. four at bats and two runs batted in. night. gymnasium Sunday-.:

Tiger freshman 'Pee Wee' Henderson cornel home on a win. Augustine 6-3 and did the same to a Smith doubled once. Stephanie A near-capacity crowd watched the
Lake City team that included former Wheeler, Angela Henderson Tracy title game but the crowd was its;.,
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Green Machine players Eddie Hazen Calloway, Melanie Alford Becky deafening loudest for the consolation::
Won 6 of Last 7UCHS Dodd added the ;
Dennis Crawford and Terry Stratton Rund and Donna contest as the speedy Oldtlmers of:'
winning 8-3 on the strength of two other KHHS hits. Starke trounced the host team.
Brian Johns. That scored nine times in its "
roundtrippers by Newberry '
I Lawtey Sonics 101-89 to win their
9 Hot StreakUnion was a revenge game as Lake City had first at bat and limited the Lady In- prize in the tourney's most thrilling-:,:
Tiger on handled Starke Truck Plaza easily in dians to four singles by Henderson, game. '
taking the Rainbow Invitational the Walrath Dodd and Edwards while ;3
weekend before.In I
High's baseball Tigers are on last inning six times with two outs to before a single with two outs in the the winner's bracket finals D&M -
a hot streak. stun defending AA state runnerup last dashed his hopes.The junior right Racing of Jacksonville's SA
After stumbling out of the blocks to Newberry 7-6 Friday in Lake Butler. hander struck out eight and pitched to (biggest) metro league bounced
a 1-3 start the Tigers have won six of The Panthers had eased out to a 6-0> just 22 battersone over the Starke Truck 30-7 despite Danny
their last seven for a 9-5 mark lead and with just three outs left in the minimum. He walked one in the first McKinney's two homers but the
heading into today's (Thursday bottom of the seventh appeared to but UCHS cleaned that runner off Starke team topped American FOR
March 20)) I p.m. conference home have their 9th win in hand. But with a double play and no Ram runnerever Fitness another SA member 16-8
game with Hawthorne at UCHS. UCHS, which had managed just three got to second base.It with McGee going 4-for-4 with three
The Tigers crushed Interlachen 9-0 hits off starting pitcher Marvin was scoreless until Ronnie home runs, to get another shot at
on Steve White's one-hitter last Boykin suddenly got cranked up Pinkston slapped a two-run double in D&M Racing.In .
Thursday, rallied for seven runs to against Boykin and reliever Mike the third and scored himself on Tom- the finals they gave the tourney
stun Newberry 7.6 Friday, and then Natliel.! my Honour's single for a 3-0 UCHS champs all they could handle before
withstood a seven run Jasper fifth In- Steve White Dwayne Mallard and lead. A two-RBI base hit by Carlos falling 28-27. "I really thought we'd
ning to claim an 11-7 win over the Trojans Dwayne Ellis drew walks to load the Johary made it 5-0 in the fourth and a win the thing and I think D&M did
Tuesday afternoon for the 9-5 bags with one out and Tony Honour bases-loaded walk to Tony Honour in too" said S.T.P. coach Dwight Elder.
mark. drew a free pass to force one run the sixth upped the count to 6-0. "We were down 28-27 In the bottom of
Tuesday the Tigers punched out home. The second out then came and In their last at bat the Tigers added the last and had the top of our batting
four hits for five runs in their first up even with the bases full UCHS still three more with Mallard cracking atwo.un order up.That was the only Inning we
and poured on three more runs for an was down 6-1 with two outs. single and later scoring on a didn't score though. Still to finish se-
8.0 lead before Jasper finally scratched Tommy Honour who used the rallyto passed ball. cond with the bunch they had over
his mark to 5-1, ,,,.. lot '00. 0 0 fU.1 "
against White (3-1 with the win). move pitching kept b,1 7 0 I there we felt real good about it.
... BOB 000 1
But when the Trojans got rolling they the charge moving with an RBI single G.. "-1)). McGee had three homers in the
W I00.wr(
cashed in for seven runs in the frame and when Dean O'Steen followed witha M-OInwi. finals with Charlie Green adding two
before Tommy Honour who followed crashing triple to right center that four-baggers and going 4-for-4. Afloat Ball
relief of White cleared the bases the Tigers were Y.1..G. OM Ml I 0 7 0 weekend fig. A% ,
Ronnie Pinkston in .,. .. 000 00 0 0 I a.r1 For the Terry Gaines topped 39
finally struck out the last batter to within 6-5. David Barber and White ''och. the Starke club with a .750
W.whit((2.1))
end the threat with Union still up by then drew walks to load the bases 2"Dw.,_M.ll.rd.tomiM rl...".. average with McKinney hitting .632 SUBSimmered iPA
one. Honour cooled the Trojans back: again. with six home runs and Ricky Bennett
down three .three down Innings Mallard topped a grounder into the .529.
getting in the sixth up and seventh to hole between short and third and as Keystone hitting.......................... .. .
preserve the win while UCHS was "Duck" beat the throw at first for a Starke Truck Plaza\ b..e..go. i ing to in Italian sauce, topped with Mozzarella
striking for three more runs base hit O'Steen scored the tieing run Netters WinThe the 20-team Gainesville Umpire'sTournament
The Tiger first inning was aided bya and Barber, running on the pitch with at Westside Park this cheese & served on an Italian roll.
passed ball on a called third strike two down came all the way around number two doubles team of weekend opening Friday night at
Michelle Hanks and Natalie Duguid 9:30: against Phillip's Tire of Crystal
the
and a two run error on a muffed fly from second for winning run. '
ball. Carlos Johary's two-run double "These guys just stuck together," proved the margin of victory in the 4-3 River."We've.
was the big blow plating Dean Brannen said of the never-say-die squeeze past Santa Fe for the Lady played twice and taken In
O'Steen and David Barber, who had comeback. "These last two games Indian tennis team of Keystone last home two runnerup trophies we needto Eat Only
led off with singles, Tommy Honour have been our best team ballgamesall week. Both girls had also won theirsingles get one that says champion on it
singled in another score. O'Steen en- year. Against Interlachen we had along with Kelly Newsome.The now," Elder joked. He rated his teamas
joyed a for-4, two RBI day while seven hits by seven different guys and Keystone netters, who movedto a good choice to win along with
Honour was for-4 witha double and against Newberry we had six hits by 4-3 with the win over Santa Fe are Ray's Metal Works. Little Italy Restaurant
RBI and Pinkston was 2-for-3 with six different guys. It just seems like at home Monday and Tuesday afternoon :
two RBI's. we've started to come together as a to play Clay High and.Union
Honour double started the second team." County. Sanford Mr.Sketch Instant watercolor :
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