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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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is beginning heat after being appointed to replaceher superintendent of schools
; upi in Bradford County with late husband Dave Paulk, 25257.

r t1 r4V'P 11 y*: most incumbents expected to who died in office in 1974, announced A county commissioner now 1
,seek another term with ,local, two weeks ago she \ earns $8,445,and a school board
-- ..-.. stale, and federal offices on the won't run again. member $4,640, the lowest paid
line in 1980. Only announced candidate for county officials. County com
Play: Ball! Qnly county commissionerHazel Mrs. Paulk'S seat on the com missioners have a better lobby.
r $ i p 4o? a'. Paulk has announced mission is Starke city commissioner one school board member said
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4'4r4Y v. t +A O + t Thli .... ill pad of the action Mon. definitely she will not seek re- Wilbur Waters. Former when asked about the disparity.

day nigh a. Dixie. Youth Bantball election. Starke mayor Joeseph N. Warren Salaries of county officials art
started in Stuki with
a Major league
game between the Mete. end the Veteran tax collector J.R. Kelly beaten last term when currently under review by the
Dodgers. the senior county official now Charles Schaefer won back his state Department of Ad-
Stephen Spell of the M, te threw the completing his 32nd year in office council seat, says he is consider ministration, according to clerk ,
tint pitch (top), teuncto Drew Davis has been expected to retirebutlhas ing running for the commissionseat Gib Brown and the figures
connected with later(left), and ?
momma got excited a pitch when the Dodgera a not announced definitely. Mrs. Paulk is vacating.All above may change by a few :J
.rallied (below). Kelly hedged when questioned courthouse officials, three dollars. The state law has been
last week by ,The,Telegraph, county commissioners, and two changed recently. Brown says
saying he is undecided whether school board members up for and county officials no longer
he Will retire or seek a ninth election this year. get automatic pay raises. They

.lout-year. term, Salaries for the courthouse of- got a seven percent cost-ot-
Esther Shuford Hall a long ficials have risen over the past living adjustment this year, the
time employee in the tax collec. 6-8 years to respectable levels. same as all state employees.!
tor's office and backed by Kelly, The sheriff now earns $22,671. Brown points out.
} kv ;''and, former Starke mayor Carl the clerk of the court $22.671. There are also races upcomingfor
4 & PMw Hurst are expected to be in the supervisor of elections 18860. the State House seat now
race if Kelly retires. Several 'property appraiser $22,664, tax
.more names are being mentioned ,collector $18,788and the See POLITICS 14A I
U Kelly retires, but none Is'a
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definite candidate yet.

Athene time Kelly planned to '
Retire last Sept.. 30, but decidedto $7' Million.Housing
finish his current term after
r being told that Mrs. Hall would I ,
be appointed tax collector only Gets 10.5 Pet. Interest Offer t''

_. ra l14. a if the promised not to,run for 1:
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the office.; The Bradford County Housing Finance Authority (UFA)
Dixie Youth Play Oej.ei; : e 12 A for RoiJup t- County commissioner' Paulk, has haft an offer to sell its $7 million bond issue at an aviruniiinUrest j

I i ? ,.-. **-**$ -.. -. ,. .. .. :kcpTfetingQ; J >t'first,"fullt : ;.,;:.-...; .rate of-10.5percent,George, Roberta{ "Jiwaulhorit.vchairman '.
announced Wednesday April 1. ;"
The average mortgage rate to borrowers would IIt"\\f 1.5 percent '

Action on City Zoning Official Stalled 'oil 3+2" Vqte Sale or of slightly the issue below will Roberts be subject said to the approval of the pur

( 'chase agreement by the IIFA at a meeting to Il' held at .5:30::
I p.m.Tuesday, April 22, in the county commissioners room in

i Until Council Gets Ideas'frofai Clerk the Bradford courthouseIf -.
!= Money Saving present plans materialize, Housing Authority representatives
will be in New York on May 6 for actual sule of tht
bonds. The money should be available for borrowers through
Sticking to his guns, Mayor but the council stalled that on a Dees Appointed Epps and Oglesby, who will local lending institutions- Florida Bank at Starke. Cuarun-
Vernon' Silcox recommended motion to table by councilman Interim'DirectorOf meet with the power plant bond ty Federal Savings & Loan, and the Keystone State Hank- approximately -
Tuesday night, April 15. that Charles Schaefer that passed City UtilitiesIn trustees Tuesday May 6, 5 p.m.,, one week after the sale, Dudley 'Hardy attorney,
the Starke zoning director's job other to get.their input on a new direc-' for the authority, said., .
be cut back to halftime, 32."I personnel matters, tor. \,
not against zoning but
estimating it would cut $7-8,000 am the council voted unanimouslyto
feel the director's job is not a
appoint electrical superintendent
from the $12,500 Al Crosby now Dog'CatcherSought
fulltime position Silcox said Merril Dees interim
as
draws.
Councilman Harold Epps adding he wants the entire city utility director. S.K. Hicks ", by City Fair Crowd Reported Good
tried to add duties the commission to know his posi retired last month from the Oglesby brought up the fact
and to zoning tion. He named a string of post.. Dees got the additional that it was time to fill the dog

planning official's position, duties which Silcox said can -be duties, but no increase in salary. ,catcher's post. He said he has an Despite 2 Days of Rain Mud
added to the position. It was pointed out that Dees' .applicant for the position. ,
Sle| gown drier' clashes to be would be in charge of all depart. Oglesby indicated the city will
; "Personality seem" ments except police and city have to pay more than $115 per ,Attendance: was surprisingly look into and try to correct the
involved in city hall Silcox hall. Both the police chief and city month and furnish a vehicle: for good ,considering the two days'' drainage problems; at the
said but he did not comment clerk are elected positions. whoever is hired as dog catcher. of rain which marred the 30th fairgrounds. Wilson IIU 'S.
further the clashes.
on Dees will have jurisdiction over' The commission assigned the 'annual Bradford County Fair, Parking is still the number
The council took action
'R Oetrtreal the matter no Clerk Merrill on all other matters.Dees will have task of coming up with a person according to Chamber ManagerBill one problem confronting the
Edwards Tuesday.absent becauseof an office in city hall. to fill the position to the "dog Wilson, the guy saddled Fair 'Association. Wilson suys.

illness. Edwards was is in the A permanent director will be catcher" committee of Oglesby. with running the annual ex- and the board plans to work on
pro appointed by the board when i it Waters, and Silcox said he travaganza. further improvement in that.
of recommends
cess making receives recommendations on would like to be involved with Paid attendance in the area.
tions to the commission to
city from the Utility Committee of the committee. neighborhood for the fourdayrun Plans also cull for new
start tighening up city finances. is estimated by Wilson at restrooms for the fair complex,,

After no action was taken by 25.000. Wilson savs.TellOphones.
the commission to change. : 1\\ Snake No Fake Despite rain the first and In a public area for
: April 20CONFEDERATE Crosby's status, Commissioner ; third days of the fair which turn- the convenience of fair-visitors.
.I Sunday Harold Epps moved to add ". I' ed the midway to mud, ankle- i is, another problem which will l Ill'

; some duties to the zoning direc Bar Patrons Quake -. y 'deep in places, the fair did well looked into Vil.son says.
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tor's job by moving that Crosby ,, financially Wilson estimates '.
MEMORIAL SERVICE
; issue all building permits like that even with the two days of See FAIR 13A
F Following bizarre incident involving the of'a rattlesnakeamong'panicky ,
; ,3:30p.m. those now issued by the Brad tossing rain the fair did 80 percent of ,
a of the Lone Star in Gainesville,
: Croaby Lake Cemetery ford County zoning office. ; patrons Lounge ', the busineis it did last year..
; AprilS. Robert,David Newman. 2l.of.Hanopton, was charged with + BUS OrientationSet ,
Public Invited Silcox objected, saying the possession of a>poisonous reptile without a license a misdemeanor'. Over the five years he has
motion was not in order. Epps' offense under Florida law directed the fair there has been April 23 )
Monday,. April 21 motion was seconded by Com- Gainesville police Lt. E.E. Eunice; Jr.,said Newman brought the' only one other year that rain '.
missioner Ted Oglesby. ,anake.into! that! bar-with the alleged intention of taking bets on safely'' waste factor. Wilson says. In preparation for the 'v '
BRAD. CO. SCHOOL BOARD City attorney George Pierce performing ;some:type of activity; withthe reptile. According,to ,'There is no way of knowing up to high school, eight '
7 PM p,m.i pointed out that in order to ac- ,Gainesville detective James R. Hooten, the.nature of the activity' .' how' well the midway, did but graders now attending Bradford(
complish the step ,city ordinances Newman proposed was unclear from the investigation. >the''.rides ,seemed wellattendedand Middle School 'will have ,3.3 '
ELKS 4 ELKETTES 1802 would have to be (According to unofficial reports ,there have been instances wheiv 'the' midway always makes chance next Wednesday. April I

Cowed pal Supper 7 p mt amended. the, ctwijier of",* rattlesnake-would take,bets'on'whether or'not he ''money, Wilson says. 23 to preview Bradford High:> ,'' ,

: "It's very simple to make a .would bite the head off the reptile'However;it is not determined.at. : Amazingly good behavior was An orientation program will', ,,
MMfng8pm. big job out of a simple matter," I this time if this was what the j Hampton' man, proposed da) shown by visitors at this year'sfair begin at 8:45: am. with a tour of
Epps said. I Patrons at,the 238 W. University A ve.-lounge were angered by1 which went off with no bad the high school campus .following ., .
Tuesday.Aprq. 22 Commissioner Charlie Newrnan's actions.. Lt. Eunice said/and the Hampton man threw' ,incidents, Wilson''said., reflecting says: BUS Principal Jim
Schaefer then made a motion to i down,the snake and ran from the bar. ," "over the fair. in, his office Duncan. Parents of(the students ._ '
STARKE ZONING BOARD' table the request to put the .Carl Comstock manager of the ,Lone Stark gave an account' <' ,Tuesday morning.' are also invited to:attend the
7:30: pm. '*, ., building permits under the ;Boning : ....staging i that Newman left the place with,his snake when'requested ',Thee' good behavior, Is even orientation Duncan, says.' "' "
i and planning official 'until. to vacate. But according to Comstock. Newman tossed the snake more amazing; he said, considering Some 300 eighth graders will
Courtesy,'01- Edwards returns to ,\work. back into the bar through an exit door as he drove from the parking the weather conditions and a' be moving up to.the high school
Schaefer'a motion to.table passed lot. The reptile was quickly captured. by'a Lone Star employee and multiplicity of plumbing pro- next fall,' 1 ij lr1'#
JACKSON BUILDING 3-2 with Silcox and Commissioner beheaded, Comstock said. blems on opening day. After : ..

SUPPLY Or Starke :. Wilbur Waters} joining spokesman .In the State Attorney's: office m Gainesville said some trying moments the plumbing : BUS Registration Sett ;:.
N* .ui'()5. ,964-8078 forces with Schaefer to- stall Tuesday the case had just reached that;office the day' before and problems of the 'opening Registration for high, school
.....pp.nr, Phtnhl, Epps' plan. Epps and OgUsby", testimony would be taken from witnesses, If the testimony is sufficient day April 2. were!corrected: and classes for the 1980-81 term will ,
FM.'J" A.'" "I A voted opposed Schaefer motion .to warrant filing an information Newman'will be summoned .did not reoccur. begin the following.week.,Duncan '
4/3-4973 to table i 11, .' .' I to appear in court at a later date the spokesman said. The Fair Association plans to says!


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vehicles and no one was Injured. vehicle, the FHP reported.: Electrical 1 ShortCauses.$1,000 ; parties In various degrees depending HellbroqFiletllen; '::-;.,;
Two Vehicles Collide FHP said a 1979 Chevrolet pickup No citations were issued by the on use of building, the type of building ,Want County Funds
truck owned by Billy Joe Sanford.33, highway patrol. % Fire construction,the hazard of occupancy .
Causing $125 DamageThere of Starke was parked In the parkinglot An electrical storm Monday, April and other rating actors County Commissioner EL. (Nook)
was 1129 damage to two heading east. A 1978 Dodge sedan 14 at 8:48 a.m. knocked power out for He said residential type policies Insured Norman has been tabbed to meet with
chicles in an accident at Tenneco operated by John Elton Lott 44,' of 2 Hurt SlightlyAt a brief period and cauaod a fire in the under homeowners type policy the newly organized Heilbron Springs
l ervice station, U.S. 301 and Jackson Starke was traveling north ana struck Underwood Motel Restaurant. will have an approximate decrease of Fire Department about possible coast
:Street; Saturday, April 12 at 9:49 a.m. the parked vehicle. 16-225 IntersectionTwo US-301, three miles north of Starke'' 44 percent for wood frame construction
with no one Injured in the mishap. Trooper K.C.. Etherldge cited Lott persons sustained minor in- with $1,000 damage to the building and 20 percent for masonry con- t 1ty p ire Mcearthij o-
Police report said a 1979 Toyota for DWI. juries in a two vehicle accident: Friday County .. struction. quested financial from the county
sedan operated by Leonard D. April 11, at 7:35 a.m.. at the intersection Volunteer department record Elsberry pointed out residential but said the Hllilbron firemen, whlcb
Noegel, 46, of Starke was stopped, of SR-18 and SR-22S: six A spokesman roT'ttie fire deparfr'meet properties! insured under dwelling went Into operation March 1, 71or1'twant
waiting his turn to make a right turn One Vehicle Accident miles west of Starke'with $4,000 said the fire started about 20 type policies will have decreases of to operate independently of the
onto U.S. 301 when a 1977 Chevrolet Occurs On Griffis LoopNo damage to the two vehicles.A minutes after the power Was restored approximately 63 percent for wood Bradford .County Volunteer F.BDepartme't !
truck driven by Daniel Bright, 63, of construction and 33 for
1978 Chevrolet Chevette operated with the fire- starting:when an electrical frame percent undeYChief HarryGreen.
the one was Injured in a one vehicle !, ,
Lawtey was backing away from construction.MayorCommissioner :
by E. masonry type *'
Raymond of
Harper, 27, Starke plug shorted: out; ,
accident on Griffis Loop 1.2 miles
gas pumps and backed into Noegel'svehicle. was eastbound on SR-225 at SR-16 anda '.T.Ml x Ben Mc- ,also requested that the
west of Starke. 11 at S McCarthy
Friday April
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Crouse and Water
1973 Fiat driven Culley praised ,
Engle B. Smith
by be
No citations were issued by police. p.m. The received pickup truck involved In the Jr., 30, of Gainesville was southeast $1250 Damage RecordedIn Superintendent Barry Watt for con- allowed new Heilbron'to purchase Fire i Department.the
mishap $800 damage. bound on SR-18 as Smith tracting the insurance people and get-
approachedthe US-301 Collision' warehouse south of
FHP report said a 1951 Chevrolet Surplus Property,
intersection. ting them to come to Lawtey to con- .
Harper entered the .
Parking Lot Accident Pickup truck driven by Bandy Allen intersection turning left In front of $1250 damage was recorded In a duct an Inspection last fall, which Starke. J.
Chesser, 21, of Starke was travelingwest car-truck accident on U.S.'301 at Ed- Chairman Dave)Shuford la theptfly l;
Causes No InjuriesThere Smith with Smith unable resulted in the subsequent lowering of
to and
on Griffis Loop when he ran off stop wards Road, Saturday, April 12, at commissioner' who 'can sign :for
the Insurance rates.In
in two the vehicles collided .
were no injuries a the pavement onto the shoulder. As according. to 5:03 p.m. with no one injured.in the surplus property, commissioner
other business, the board -
vehicle accident in the parking lot of FHP records. approved ..
out to McCarthy. :
of ,
Chesser was coming out the curve mishap. :1 > pointed -
Hardee's restaurant U.S. 301 South in The report said Harper and Smith L a change in Its workman's compensation fire :
he skidded across the highway towardthe Police report said a 197J' Chevrolet Funding of all volunteer deport;
insurance to the Florida
Starke, Saturday April 12 at 9:05: a.m. south shoulder and turned over were taken to Bradford County truck operated by Kim Robert Cam- ments in the county should be stopped
with $100 damage to the two cars. several times. Hospital in Starke where they were 26 of Jacksonville was travel- League of Cities, a move that will because of the tight financial situation
Police report said a 1967 Plymouth treated In the emergency room and save the city$500. Shuford
north Chairman
Trooper K.C. Etheridge cited. Ing on\ U.S. 301 In the outside John Allen of Risk management of the county
sedan owned by Wesley Thomas, 46, released. said. Shuford proposed that .eacb
Chesser for careless driving. lane and a 1979 Lincoln sedan driven
of the insurance
headed north Harper was cited for failure to operators programs
of Starke was parking yield
fire -
district a special
by Robin Lynn Mann, 20, of Orange impose protection
when a 1971 Ford sedan operated by from a stop sign, Trooper D.C. for the League of Cities,quoted an an-
Harold Cruger, 23, of Starke backed Randy Crawford Cut Roberts. Park was traveling north on U.S. 301 nual price of$1,707 for the workman's tax levy. ..fi i
in the inside lane, when Campany at-
Insurance.
into the Thomas vehicle.No tempted to for traffic light, compensation In other action, the commission f J
issued By Flying GlassA stop a Allen pointed out Lawtey will
citations were by police.
Passed resolution accepting the
skidded around into the outside north- a
hit and run accident occurred receive an automatic IS pecent dis-
Tuesday, April 8, at 10:25: p.m. on Car Entering SR-100 bound lane and was struck by Mann. count off the quoted rate for joining annual plan for 1980-81 for the District
Accident In Hampton SR-18 one half mile east of Hamptonthat Causes AccidentOne Campany was cited for speed too the League's self-insurance fund. 3 Mental Health Board as pertains to
fast for conditions A.B. Bradford County and presented by executive -
by patrolman
resulted In $15 damage to the He said that because of Lawtey'ssmall
Causes $1,150 DamageA person was Injured In a two Sharp. director Jean Hess of the
pickup truck Involved in the mishap. number of claims against it, In
accident occured accident miles southof Gainesville office of the district
traffic 10
two-vehicle vehicle could
FHP report said a 1979 Ford pickup the future the city probably
Saturday, April 12, at 9:05: a.m. on truck operated by Randy Eugene Starke at the Bradford-Clay County receive as much as 25 percent of the board. .--.:,>
SR-18 one-tenth of a mile east of Crawford, 18, of Starke was going line Tuesday, April 8, at 9:00 p.m. in Man 23 ArrestedOn premium back in a dividend. J
SR-221 in Hampton with $1,150 west on SR-18 when an unknown hit which two vehicles were Involved Workman Compensation with Hart Appointed county attorney DUdley
damage done to the vehicles. No one and run partially crossed the center with $1,600 damage done to the two Marijuana ChargeA ford Insurance Group would have cost Hardy to the St.Johns River Water

was injured in the accident. line and the mirrors of the two cars.A routine stop by Starke Police $2,273 for the next year. Management District board. .... >
FHP said 1972 Ford sedan ..II
report a
vehicles collided with Crawford sustaining resulted in a 23-year-old Starke man
operated by Fred Blocker, 56, of 1970 Plymouth sedan operated by arrested misdemeanor Appointed L.M. Gaines as :fuel
being
cuts caused by flying glass. on a
Starke was east bound on SR-18 with Charges are pending further In- Nick Pappas 22, of Crystal Lake marijuana case, and a criminal traf- Two Out-Of-Town Cars allocation officer for the county. Theo
Blocker following a 1975 Opel Coach entered SR-100 from the driveway of commission was informed that Civil
vestigation by Trooper W.M.Abrams. fic violation Wednesday,April 9 at the Involved In Accident
the Hut Restaurant and drove .
driven by Thomas L': Boles, 19, of Burger corner of U.S. 301 and Center Street. involvedin Defense Director Jerry Thompsoncan
Gainesville, when Blocker stopped Into the path of a 1974 Volkswagen Out-of-town vehicles were no longer act as fuel allocation of-i
sedan driven by James Farley Anderson Johnny Dewayne Spencer was a two-vehicle wreck at the Brad- .
suddenly without warning while Boles ficer.
was! following closely and the two cars Automobile Skids 24, of Macclenny that was charged with driving while license ford Square Shopping Center in n.
collided. No One Injured travelling south on SR-100, FHP suspended and misdemeanor amountof Starke, Saturday, April 12, at 10:30: Accepted the plat for the'Ari'
Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Fred records show. Anderson then skidded marijuana according to Starke a.m., with $75 damage done' to the Woods as presented by developer
$350 worth of damage was done in a police records.
into the left front of the Pappas vehi- cars.
Blocker for operating a vehicle withan Jack Courtnay for a cluster housings
booked at the Brad-
two vehicle accident Friday.April 11, cle. Spencer was Police report said a 1978 Chrysler
expired tag.Parking at 7:15: a.m. on U.S. 301 one-half mile ford County Jail in Starke and posted sedan operated by Charles Fred Par- type development near the Keystone!,
south of with injured in bond of$528, then was released from Heights Golf and Country Club. ,?
Lawtey no one Deborah Anderson, also of Mac- tin, 63, of Clearwater backed from a .
Lot Wreck the mishap.A taken to Bradford County jail. parking space, struck a 1973 Ford ,
,was
clenny Approved a request by Vetel' ri'*
sedan driven An-
1978 Triumph by in Starke, where she was sedan driven by Mildred I. Kier- '
Involves CarTruckEdwards Hospital Service Officer Bill Haas to be allow
dre Hazen, 31, of Gainesville stopped
and 80 of Marengo Ohio that was
treated in the emergency room naier, ,
Fire Insurance ed to attend 3-8.
a workshop May
Grocery Store parking lot, in the median on U.S. 301 to help a released, FHP records state. vestbound in the driving lane. .,
located 6.2 miles south of Starke on truck that was disabled, when a 1973 was cited for violation of Classification DroppedLawtey No citations were Issued in the acci- Reddish ?'
SR-100, was the scene of a carpickuptruck AMC sedan operated by Gale Luke, Pappas FHP dent. / Was told by Sheriff Dolph
accident Friday, April 11 at 33, of Starke was northbound then right of way and no tag by Fire Chief Bill Crouse advis- that the roof of the 30-year-old*
6.45: p,m.$325 damage was done to the skidded out of control into the Hazen Trooper W.M. Abrams. ed the Lawtey City Commission at county Jail leaks. The sheriff said he
their monthly meeting Monday, April Bar Room Fighting is getting estimates on repairing and
7, that word had been received that replacing the roof and will report
fire insurance classification had gone Results In ArrestsTwo back to the commission when the
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. down from a 10 to a 7 with the new out of county men were arrested prices are received.
rates going Into effect at the beginning : for fighting Saturday,April 12, Reddish estimated the repairs to be.
IL of this month. at 5:42 p.m. at the Michigan Ranch In the neighborhood of $3-5,000.
He told the board that all local: in- bar located four miles south Starke
Clearance Sale surance firms were personnally on SR-100, according to Bradford Was told by Sheriff Reddish that
Spring notified of the classification change. County Sheriff's Department records. his department Is a little ahead,' I
Crouse read a letter from WilliamE. Barnett A. Interest,35, of Lake City< meaning the department is not spcn-1 I
Elsberry, assistant supervisor of, and Jim Roy Simmons 27 of, ding all Its ,budget so far,."U.Y'YI'; )'
.. ".' .. ... the Insurance Services Office of Jacksonville*ere\ arrested forah'afi, tlms" 'ln thlll\isillo\\.v\ i \\'; aISle t o' I
( Florida in Jacksonville notifying fray (fighting) by deputies. turn back some money to you instead
TRADITIONAL? LOVE SEAT SOFA W/MATCH1N6GHAI il' n' Lawtey of the Insurance classification They both posted $113: cash bonds of asking for' more money," the'. I
change. each and were released after being sheriff said.Reddish .
In Quilted Flock Velvet Reversible Seat Cushions Dark :?
Elsberry said the change from a 10 booked at the Bradford County Jail in said gas prices are his
Loose Reversible Cushions Seat & BackRe299" 'Or Light Brown Plaid.Early American to a 7 will affect rates for some pro- Starke.Nothing main worry. Rising gas prices could
put his budget in the red, the sheriff
Close $24995 Was '.'3S9" Clo.. Out 328S warned.


CONTEMPORARY. LOVE SEAT ORE OF A KIND? Starke Man ArrestedFor

Brown. Rust Plaid Vehicle TheftA

Loose Reservible Cushions Seat & Back TABLE LAMPS UP TO 34-year-old Starke man was arrested
by police for stealing a vehicle
Reg. '269" Close Out $21 S9S PRICES TO CLOSE OUT from East Call street that was parked
50% in front of a drug store on Friday ,

HEAVY 18"x30" DOOR MATS 't Ol W BEDftGM SUITE i charged night, April with 12 grand, at 7:10 theft p.m.auto.He was :

Cocoa Yellow .,Trimmed In White Bamboo B Drawer'; j ENERGY Douglas Franklin Cooper was taken I

$695 Trlpla Dresser db8 Mirror.' S Drawer Cheat Can ), SAVINGS into custody and the vehicle was '
Were 8" NOW dose 011 recovered two hours later by police;
: Out The vehicle, a 1975 Dodge Coronet,
was owned by Deloris H. Carlson, of I
T-CUSHION SOFA W/MATCHIN6 CHAIR ELECTRIC ADJUSTO BED Starke.

Brown-Beige Stripe Loose Seat & Back Cushions Head Or Foot Adjust Separately Cooper, after being taken to the,
in Your House Bradford County Jail in Starke, was
8-Way Hand Tied Base Construction $ ; Head Or Foot Vibrators With Speed turned over to personnel of the

Costs More To Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic.CORRECTION .
'1499S. Operate
Bet. 'S99" Clots Out Control And Timer

Than An Electric

SOFA, LOVE SEAT & CHAIR :;, ST0BY BUDBY BE9RESTI ),:
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ALL 3 PIECES *$&" accident story that appeared in the
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219" a new April 10, 1980 paper that involved a
Was '239" Close Cut .' RI" '14". IOWa" wreck between Roy Lester Morgan I I
55, of Starke and Katherine demons;
SOFA W/MATCHIN6 CHAIR 21, of Starke that took place Sunday
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EARLY AMERICAN BOY ImmGas April 8, U miles west of Starke r SR-16.
Brown Plaid Or Rust Tweed Dark Pine' Swivel Rockers, The correct version of the accident/'

Wood Rail Across Back And Down Front Of should be according to the accident
Wing Reclina-Rockers water heater report filed with the Highway Patrol
office in Starke. Clemons was over-.
R.Co 899" -0ut54933 Wall Reclina Way Chairs taking Morgan as they were driving
With High Energy Costs ,rY west on SR-18. Morgan then came I

SOFA LOYE SEAT ft CHAIR Pc. E M SUITE YOU CANNOT AFFORD. TO alongside the other vehicle as they I
DO NOTHINGII! collided Clemons then veered off to :
Early American t Only Double Dresser
; the left, traveled approximately so 1 I

Light Brown/Beige StripeR Chest 'And Bed I GAS DOES IT FOR LESS. feet, left the road and traveled 60'
ALL 3 PIECES more feet in the ditch and came to

$32995 CLIS,, '24It, INSTALL WHAT rest. Morgan traveled approximately
I. 389" Clou-Out !oalT : Simply 125 feet west and stopped on the road-:
YOUR BUILDER SHOULD way.

5 PC. WOOD DINETTE Largo Selection HAVE ,-, GASH Cut dent Trooper D.C. Roberts in the acci
report said, "there was no'
Pine Or Maple Plastic Top Table physical evidence to determine which
Table And 4 Mates Chairs CEDAR CHESTS ,LETSAWYER HELP YOU. $25.00 vehicle crossed the center of the road-

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Rahn Robbery; School Board to Consider


One Arrested, I

Paving Mistake AgainBradford

2nd IdentifiedAn
School Board attorney than planned were layed out the
Jesse J. Wolbert promised tree removal "really didn't cost
Orange Park man was ar- a month ago that he wouldn'tlet you anything." Salley had told
rested April 10 in connection ,,sleeping dogs lie in the the board that because the vo-
with theMarch 11 burglary of board's mixup with architect tech building was built eight
the Starke home' of Myrna Lou Craig' Salley and his Vo-Tech feet off line of its planned loca-
Rahn, with some of the $3.600 school paving projectWolbert tion the parking lot capacityhad
:worth of stolen goods recovered seems to be holding that line. to be reduced and the school
;according to Sheriff Dolph Red- The Bradford attorney will officials okayed that revision

dish.. give his analysis of the problemand with a change order.
Rahn an administrator with recommendation at the Wolbert said McMillan refused
the. Bradford school I ,system, Monday, April 21. School Board to admit that the Vo-Twh\
said most items of value were meeting and an April 4 letter building was off line that much
.not recovered. Many items fro _Wolbert to school board without remeasuring the site. :
recovered were damaged beyondUse "It is McMillan then remeusured the
Head-On on Madison Street members concludes: ,
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she said.Marvin site twice, the second time with :
taken to the hospital, but therefore, my recommendationthat
These two pickups collided head-on on West persons were only one
Dee
Goodman is'
20 100 of the costs in- Salley Wolbert and fellow land
for observation. percent
admitted
Madison about dark last Friday afternoon.Three was
held ,
being in the Clay
County'jail
volved be assessed directly to surveyors Pat Welch and
Jn Green Cove Springs on Craig Salley and Associates, Joseph Knapp on hand and
Bradford charges of grand theft A.I.A." found that the building locutions -
and burglary in the robbery.The 3 Injured in Head-On Collision of 2 PickupsOne Those costs are $750 for the "were virtually correct".

robbery of the 1698 East Call removal of pine trees on the land off only inches '

Street home took place in person was hospitalizedand Herman Lee Brinkley. 20, of Brinkley vehicle, were treatedand the Vo-Tech parking lot sits on. "At that meeting, und utter
daylight while Rahn was at two others required medical Lake City was treated in the released at BCII. Salley has said the pine trees the building distances had been
work. treatment after the head-on collision emergency room at Bradford A 1974 Ford pickup truck were not shown within the park- verified Mr. Salley then attempted -
Another suspect in the case of two pickup trucks on County Hospital and admittedfor operated by Shadd was travel- ing area on suveyor Merrill to utili/.e other excuses
has been identified by Sheriff East Madison Street just inside observation. Leon Shadd. 47, ing west on Madison Street McMillan's initial drawing and in which I find no merit und suggested -
Reddish as Richard Lee the Starke city limits Friday, of Lake Butler and Michael (SH-100)). A 1964 Ford pickup told the board "I don't think I that the proper WilY t..
Sanders, 21. an escapee from a truck driven by Brinkley swerve for settle the matter would lie to
April 11, at 6:13 p.m.WoodFired Shipp, a passenger in the should have to pay anything
i
prison in Missouri and still at ed to the left to the wrong side really for taking trees out that divide the costs1! to Mr: .
large. of the road police records show, were not called for on the contract Salley. 1 4 to :\1 r. Triesl> (Krnest
..,The case was solved through a Plant Deadline Drawing NearThe resulting in the head-on colli- originally even if I made a Triest. the project's contractor. 'r;,
joint investigation of Bradford sion. mistake and didn't show the 1/4/ to !\McMillan: : and 1 ,I to i
Clay and Duval authorities. city commission heard Gurin said fuel l costs have Brinkley was charged by trees on that original contract." the School Board. That .ugge.- \
Bradford Lt. Glen A. Moore reports that Starke's "task risen 800 percent since 1970. Police Capt. Scottie Rhoden Salley added that because the tion. 1 feel\, border! on the alt
headed the investigation, accor- force" is working around the Natural gas was four cents per with driving on the wrong side board got credit on the project surd" Wolbert stated in his letter i
ding to Sheriff Reddish, and clock to meet a deadline of Friday therm in 1970 and now is 17.6 of the road no tag and no valid because 33 less parking places to board members.bounty .
linked Goodman and Sanders to April 25, for the filing of an cents per therm, according to inspection certificate. ,
similar crimes in Duval and application for a'federal Depart figures presented by Gurin. Damage to the two trucks was
Clay counties. ment of Energy grant to convert He said the project looks goodas estimated at 4500. News the ( Court '
,Clay deputies recovered the the electric generating plant to a he has been receiving nation- from : ,\
items in the Rahn burglary wood-fired plant, according to wide publicity. lie said word has
April 8, and notified the Bob Gurin of the private gotten to him'that story recently Man Arrested For Thirteen persons were tined John J \\'. \\ hi I,.lwlIll plead
sheriff's office in Starke. St.Augustine consulting firm appeared in the New York Influencing JurorA Thursday April 10. in Bradford guilty unlawful speed und wnstineil
Sheriff Reddish says he is coordinating the project. Times about the City of Starke County court by Judge Kl/.ie :S2.: : :), .Imltfe S.milerdismissed -
quite optimistic that the Gurin said the project is a proposal. He also got II. letter 59 year old Starke man was for Sanders on variety. ot Irllnkehargps. a iliivini whit
balance of the items taken in the viable one. especially after a from a man in Idaho supportingthe arrested Tuesday. April 1, license a.. "u- ';'nd lvd or revkk
burglary will be recovered. The meeting last week at the University idea for the project. attempting to witness influence in a juror civil Fred Starling plead guilty to ed when \\ hiU'h, akel produced .'
Rahn home was stripped com- of Florida in Gainesville in Gurin said arrangementsshould when he was a DWI was! fined $213 and his! valid driver's |ln tuut.|
pletely, including bed linens. which representatives of the be made to send Oglesbyand trial last November.The license suspended> for 90) ) days.! Don Grady i Clews was (inn. .
Willie J. Lee, was ar-
Sudan Sweden. Switzerlandand grant consultant Linda man Starling plead guilty to no valid Mill l court costs; ami ordeieif t li'
830O DamageIn other European countries Day. a relative of Rep. Fuqua. to rested by the Bradford Courtly driver's license and mis t fined mike restitution' in .u wimblescheik -
explained how they coverted Washington, D.C. just ahead of Sheriffs Department and was $55.50 for thai. rase. ('1"I, us al-o pl.it.
1-Vehicle Accident their plants into wood-fired the application being filed with charged with tampering with Paul Lester' Hoe was t lined eil on lrohata l ,mi nOd<,iv, <-.
operations. the Department of Energy.Commissioners juror Ted B. Curtis Sr. duringthe S433 for driving while intoxicated Kvelyn 'ru't'rd' plead I )irmll'.
$300 was sustained in a one- LindaLindseySolomanBruce .
He said it was a totally in- voted and his driver's license! to 1 threi. i.-- n>\ alt| uvji winlhltss
vehicle accident on CR-16, 3.3 Jarvis civil jury trial last ,
tin d sion 1 :
resolution In'iKSL \\If"
novative concept for the United unanimously to adopt a was revoked for one veur. < I
miles west of Starke Tuesday, States. backing up its vote of November.Lee Hobby! I Leonardaddell! phone e..0'art'; timl onlind i I' I
April 15 at 6:30 with in- released on a SI.000
p.m. no Gurin said the project has the March 21 to seek a share of the was guility to driving while intoxicated make 1'I''lIlul on.
juries. support of state Rep. Frank $2.2 billion that Starke wants recognizance bond after lie was was lined :S2IJ.;) and hiodrin'r' !Linda. Younn ple.m, tt.:ItV ,to
FliP records show a 1967 Williams, D-Crystal Lake, and for the wood-fired project.Gurinr arraigned before Bradford !< license! revoked for 1111)() issuing" a woilhless d1'I"I" ,'*
Volkswagen driven by Maria E. other "state officials. Including was present at the County Judge EI/ p S. Sanders..Mr7Y.IU days."WHoy'd. lined\ SKt:\ court cu-I I.. aixlorde'red
Kud/.ik. 44. of Starke; was w stbou'OrQ. .. "" ,,,"." ..." ', wuV : ii in'alfe,! ',' ,,, ilillli-; ;
'it11.Eva l J Pl1ft'Plf'ii k .. 5- q :! ( : Robt'rts! > : ?
b"P.Jala I) k1q: Jn- n'tyPg : ,,I Morrlaj .
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vrtillilrBWnPt1r'/ehi J { "l. l.ii.n'slt.Jlor
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,; dicated II VHecTiin'Vnr'
; ,i he will\ write a letter to dent of Crown !.Lumber Co. ot sentenced to 1 10 days in "the Cools | : ,
: vie going in the same direction. the Department of Energy in Starke, who has worked closely Broken;Vehicle Causes Bradford County Jail'l and was! : \: resisting./ r"r-I t with'l Mviolence. ,
Eudzik lost control of her VW Washington D.C. supportingthe with the University of Florida in S500 DamagesA t lined $213\ on a driving while intoxicated He au" (,IIt'I'd, ..n I '. '
which her north
ran onto project. studying I the woodburningiienerator 1963 Dodge, I truck driven b.v : charge. and l his billion for Jille ve.n.'' '
shoulder struck a mail box and
culvert. Gurin said U.S. Rep Don Fuqua project It was Jones Clifford Coley.44.. of Starke. driver's license was revoked tor Olio Sht'iI.trd, pli ud )guilt' 4
Trooper C.R. Cory cited Eud- D-Altha. has agreed to who approached the council veered out of control Friday 90 days. criminal misihiel., k\as (menxll.l. '
hand the application for with the idea !March 28 resulting in Clarence D.iviti :Miller plead
/.ik for DWI and driving while carry morning : I and placed on !proli.it, inn\
her license was suspended. the grant personally to the $500 in damages.A guilty to no tan registration and for one your.s. part ot pie.,
Department of Energy in Judge Fines SevenIn right rear hangar spring was t m'dll:: :, court costs. .Judge l>arr>iinin); the si.iii. droppnithe 'l
Washington, D.C. Gurin said efforts Traffic Court broke and caused the vehicle to Sanders suspended the tine and charge\ ol )butt, ,'ry a),(aiii-i'
2-Car Accident to get United States County Judge Elsie S. veer off the pavement onto t lu'Wl.'si rl.'ll'asl.dlilll'r: with 11 warning.{. Sheppard.Ol .

Results in $145 DamageNo senators Lawton Chiles and Sanders fined seven persons in shoulder and into the Judge Sanders dismissed two >ed :Macel Puulplt'lld, no I .1 .
Richard Stone to accompany traffic court Thursday. March woods si riking a pine I ree. The charges ol driving while 1 licensewas contest to driving while jntnv \ ilicated.

one was hurt in a 2-vehicle Fuqua are being made at tht'pn'sl'nt 27. for various offenses. accident occurred seven ami a suspended involvinghiller.. wlI"I lined til>:lil.t':! and hidritor'i .. '
accident Tuesday, April 15, at time. Carl Eugene Luther pled guil- half miles south of Starke on \\ llwrt LuciousThompson ", |licen.e'ta' revoked 'for .
4:35: p.m. on CR-16 6.1 miles Gurin at a previous meeting ty to five cases of unlawful SIM 00.No produced a valid license in court !91))() da.v".
.
said the gathering of materialsfor citation issued by the and was tined :H4.7o: : l'ourtl'l.t. '
was
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west of Starke with $145 speed and was fined $140 on ("har, es! ol dHrmidmjr; an innkeeper
damage to the vehicles. the grant application which those cases. Highway Patrol. for a charge of driving while ht.license a),('ain-t \1.. h.,1. 1 \ithon.v "
FliP records show that a 1965 could range up to $10 million is Luther was fined $18 on a no was suspended or reok C'oliMiuin, MTI"> di-iin>'.i"i
Ford' truck operated by John being made. tag case and $18 on an expiredtag ed.
Treman, 36. Mount Dora was Commissioner Ted Oglesbywas case. He also pled not guilty Accident Caused By -- r

eastbound on CR16. appointed at a recent to two counts of driving while ...... ,.,.._ ,I
On the back of the truck was a meeting by the city commissionto his license was suspended or Sleeping Driver Oadcoc.Ic4
large generator. A 1969 Ford serve as the city's agent in revoked. Afterward he .
station wagon driven by Dallas connection with the federal presented a valid license in n J>1'"")< InL.LL.cJ. -"
Ray Crawford 64. of Law ley grant application. Oglesby is court. !Michael Wayne Starling. 19. ';)) ......
was westbound and struck the chairman of the city's Utilities James Gladwell pled no con- of Graham was injured in a omyehicle .; '
generator.No Committee. test to willfull! and wanton accident Saturda '.April C "'". r .qtSpectaailar
citations were issued in Gurin told city officials!! that reckless driving and was fined 12 at 11:55: p.m. one mile west! !.\ -- : ......
the mishap. Florida has 82.2 billion availablefor S55.50. He also pled guilty to of Hampton on SH.l M.
the federal government's leaving the scene of an accident FHP records show Starlingwas ,1,1"B
Jacksonville Man program to develop sources of and was fined $86.50. In addition taken to Alachua General in
alternate energy. ., he pled guilty in failure to Gainesville for treatment of in- '
hWJITrect r<.. J./
Arrested for SpeedingOn Gurin presented an outline for immediately, report an accident juries. (' 11044 ,J
converting the plant generators and was fined $86.50. Starling was traveling weston "
a routine traffic case a to wood-burning capability in Kenneth Charles Hampton SK-18 when he fell asleep and, '
28-year-old Jacksonville man stages that he said would causeno fined $23 court' crossed the center line into the : '' ''' '. '
was costs on a :
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was arrested Monday. April 14. interruption of services and violation ,of drivers license eastbound traffic lane. Starlingran ,;r o a' ,.d.J' t ., qJ'
at 10:45: p.m for speeding and no risk beyond that of the existing restriction case., off the pavement onto the 'J.- t, .,e:4 _. f.
with a suspended -: .. n 'i
driving system."The Fined a total of $48 on two south shoulder for a distance of !
license. information to be cases of failure to display a 214 feet, struck an oak tree just
Roscoe Thorpe. Jr, was released developed will be used as a sales drivers, license ,and, unlawful off the state right-of-way.
from the Bradford County tool designed to present the city speeding' was'San Owens. Starling was cited for careless
jail after posting bond. Thorpewas in the best possible light to Donald Manning Cribbs pled ,driving by Trooper K.CJ.:
arrested ,by Trooper, C.R., receive' federal funds." Gurin guilty to- driving: while his Etheridgt Damage to the 197:,
Corv about'a mile south of said. : license orre'oked -' Ford sedan was estimated at- r
was suspended
Starke ,on a speeding charge He has repeatedly emphasi/ed and was: fined 5550. S6.200.. ': '
where was clocked by radar going that who gets the grants will be ,

72. mph in a 55-mph zone: a political decision and has urg- ,
A check by FHP showed ed the city to enlist local state. DeWittCUonesFUneraliHome
Thorpe has eight outstanding and federal support. That sup-- ,

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TELEGRAPII AprU n,11188I



Census of 1860 Listed 137 Whites And One Black Boy. Living; ..in.. StftJk I fj.; :'1 i _kA


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Starke's 13th Federal Census Is now More than half of those '
early settlers "
under way and when final results 138; and ten large families,averaging .
arc came here from two nearby over six persons" each made hail "','1/\' \"'' '' '. ,
in, It should show almost 6,000 more states-Georgia and South Carolina- up '. .
people here now than when the first with the Palmetto State" outnumbering population .. .

t that census is, was ring returns In IMO-the from Starke first, the Georgians 41 to 37. Of the 45 different family name ap.on .

ti; which did Others pearing the ueo census,about one-
not have a post office until came from Virginia North ,
third
,
1857. Carolina, New Jersey. New York are still commonly found in I .
Connecticut: Nova Scotia, Ireland, Bradford County. Among these are I
d
According to the handwritten England and such familiar names as McRae
nose- Germany. Mr. Pace, a
t count made by enumerator Ives, partner in Starke's first merchandise Balsden. Crosby, Johns Andrea, L i
:. Starke In I860 bad 137 whIIt In store, Richard general, was Gatlin Hollingsworth., Mansell Wynn Norman, Triest. Lee, ,,. '' T' rA1 j't. yt H rT!'+:Z,rySti3{
habitants and one negro boy,Thomas practically the only native Floridian Dowling ti
Martin Smith. White Long; : '
Williams, who was apparently a In the lot.Families. and
houseboy for the George Pace family are the (not In
and resided with them.He was the on- were larger In those days eluding children) listed as residing : 'Fr var1E11f Sfokp .. ,
ly black counted in the census since averaging about 4.S Starke during the I860 census: : i!, { a ,1 i ,
only "free Inhabitants" (no slaves) household Today families average
were counted according to a notation less than three. Only 33 family unit. Howell Balsden( (merchant) and

in the census heading. made up the total I860 population of wife. Eli abeth.Census I I II





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Projections Show Trend !


To South and West

;:'Starke in the 1880s had population of around 500 j t


exceeding Will the 1980 the census show Starke reaching or 40 per cent of the nation's population growth John Hodges (railroad agent) and Wm. M. Cox (wheelwright) and originally. from Spain and at one'.;time

5,400 population which was projected since 1970. wife, Mary. wife Mary. operated a boat between St.
for this date by the Bureau of Economic The number of U. S. households grew by 25 Lucy G. Thompson. Elbert Edge (wheelwright). Augustine and Charleston,S.C. '('

will Research Bradford at the University of Florida? And per cent but the number of people perhousehold wife George Margaret.E. Pace (merchant) and Regina.James Pickles (engineer) and wife, Abraham Crosby, listed as teacher,
County reach
or exceed the declined. Myer Triest (merchant was later elected to the State Senate
), widower
18,144 projected for it by the year 1980 Median household income of Americans is with seven children. James Devine, Lawyer. and served in the 1881 session.He was

A lot will depend on the completeness of the about $16,800-a very small gain over the Edward James M.Brown Lee (farmer(merchant) and). wife Jonathan Franklin Dees Beech bricklayer.(farmer) and wile farmer.also a He part-time was the uncle preacher of the:.and late
Federal Census now in $16,600 income median reported in 1970. Nancy.
progress, which in turn ; Mary.
will depend the .For the second time in history the decennial Geo. W. Martin (farmer) and wife, Philip Crosby who has a large
on cooperation of the public in Minton E.Bloodworth(lawyer) and Rebecca. number of descendants In this county.
promptly returning the census forms received. census will show the median age of U.; S. wife Esther. Benjamin Gatlln (teamster) and Dr. Hollingsworth was the great
population to be over 30 years. The first time Wm. W. Gordon (physician) and wife, Caroline. grandfather of the late Frank Holl
was in 1950 before the post-war surge in births wife Elizabeth.Wm. Madison Woodward (lawyer) and ingsworth and Mrs. Frank Heonm-
In the meanwhile, the Census Bureau makes began to affect the nation's age distribution.One Emeline.. Hazel (hotel keeper) and wife, wife, Caroline. ingway long-time residents, of
regular annual forecasts that are fairly ac- Jane Snowden. Starke. According to an early Civil
curate, although their projections need to be analyst draws these conclusions from Baptist Solomon reacher.F. Holiday Missionary Robert F. White (carpenter), War history, he was visited. by"vigilantes"

verified every ten years by an actual head- all the projections: "America is aging; it's on Daniel McRae (carpenter). widower. Mansell with,seven farmer.children.M. because at of his his home reputed on one occasion anti-:
count. the move to the South and West there's Stephen Smith ( .
; a wheelwright) John S. Speir (farmer) and wife, secession: beliefs. .3
surge in households and more people are remaining Thomas B. Tompkins (railroad Cecelia. Teaching and preaching were outnumbered
According to the best estimates, the 1980 single longer. There is a large increase supervisor). John Gatlin (farmer) and wife, professions in those days
census will show that the U. S. has some 222 of singles under the age of 35, but this Thomas Thadeus Dillon Foster(merchant(clerk). Sarah. when only one teacher and one

million population, an increase of 18.5 million doesn't mean they won't eventually marry. Jacob Johns (clerk). ) Leaston A. WinD (Wynn), farmer, preacher as well as one blacksmithand
over 1970-the smallest ten-year increase since They're just postponing marriage until later Isaac Dowling (occupation and wife Martha. one hotel keeper in the'-tiny
the 1930's, due largely to the decrease in size of years." unknown). John H. Burghelm (merchant) and village. Farming was the most
the James T. wife Johanna.Adolph popular occupation with ten listed in
average family. Brough (carpenter) and
the followed
Are we better off than we were in 1970? The wife Mary. Washier clerk. census by six merchants -
four
The current census will also John Perry (or farmer Abraham Crosby (teacher) and carpenters, three
verify some in- analyst says there has been no significant in- wife, Mary. Terry), ,and wife,Sarah Jane. lawyers, three wheelwrights and two
teresting trends such as the fact that crease in real income for American physicians. What? No saloon
Americans Jane Andrew (widow), occupation Very little (Is known about most of
are still moving to the South and households over the past decade in a nation farming. these earliest settlers. Keepers?

West-two areas that will likely pick up 14 new that has always heretofore taken large in- William Hollingsworth, physician Jane Andreu was the widow of
seats in Congress at the expense of the Nor- creases for granted. the "real in- and wife, Nancy. Francis N. Andreu who received a
theast and Midwest. come" of Americans is leveling off and that John Dupree (blacksmith) and land grant in 1843 from the U.S.
wife, Sarah. Government to 40 acres lying just FORESTRY
Florida is expected to gain another three perhaps, should be a warning signal. John R. Pace (farmer) and wife, south of present Highway 100 in -.,

Congressmen, and California two., New York But in spite of all these interesting Mary. southwest Starke. Andreu, -was IN MAIfORft COUNTY

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; "Uons,,.," will eagerly await the real thing-the -" UIIU- "'''"'' UI1 """1/1,011 lIJtn.! .. WOIIt"! .. tga|
sylvania and Ohio may lose two each due to actual reports when the 1980 census resultsare Demo Committee Reorganization HeldA W 1 ,ffihfftt: PI I'rk'nnivIn9dark ;
the
population shift to the Sun Belt states. completed and published.The .

the Other significant trends to be revealed by current census is costing the U.S. tax- reorganization meeting of the Curtis Sanders and Cecelia Ter- --
1980 census: close to billion. Bradford County Democratic Committee wUlegar were re-appointed at-
payers $1 It would be a shameto as If you're a timber grower in this
spend that much and still not was held Thursday April 10, large members for one-year terms. the
Senior citizens threaten to outnumber money get ac- with EL. Matthews elected chairman Two new at-large members, Arthur area future may be.very bright
teenagers in the U. S. for the first time. curate results. If you did not receive a census ; Jewelle Brown vice-chairman; Schulz and L.C. McCutchen were for you.
form in the mail it is still not too late to call Muriel C. Gilhooly secretary, and also named. Most experts agree that by the

The population-booming South added another the toll-free number 1-800-342-5874 and request Robert W. Milner Jr.,Treasurer.All Tommy and Linda Cox of Brooker 2000 the demand for softwood year will
ten million people in the past decade. that one be sent to you. Do your part to help officers are for four-year terms. were appointed to fill vacant commit- double.There are several I reasons for
Florida, Texas, and California accounted for make the 1980 census the best yet. elected James State V. Crosby Committeeman, Jr. was re- teeman and committeewoman posts this,one Is that over the next 10 years
and
housing starts are
In Precinct 15. expected to
Desta C.Dyal was elected State Committeewoman average at least 1.9 million
per year
for four-year terms. Anna Felos was appointed commit compared to 1.7 between 1968 anti
I New Meaning in GleaningAn March Three new members elected in the Precinct teewoman 8. to fill a vacancy in 1977. Population trends are a factor
11 presidential primary were since there will be an increase of
seated on the committee at this time: Copies of new by-laws for the commute in the prime home-buying pen.pie ,
age
Michael P. Shemer. Precinct 1, to conform with state requirements between 23 and 34. An Increase in the
idea whose time has Lawtey; Roman M. Alvarez and Bet were distributed for study
come again may be the need for small number of two-income families who
that of gleaning, the practice of going into the dinated groups make, well-organized the and function coor- ty Jo Alvarez, Precinct 0, Starke. and adoption at the next meeting. can better afford new homes will also
fields after the program be a factor.
commercial harvest to pick, and serve its intended
for free, the surplus fruits and vegetables left purpose. Another occurrence is the trend

behind. "Members of my staff have done in-depth County Agents toward house remodeling. This
market
We first studies on the program and have come up with bt. Robbt I. 'r.lor I of the now total accounts wood for products 20 to 23 percent
saw an example of a successful a detailed of Phnnr: M4-&JNI: con
plan procedures which Notebook sumption and Is advancing
they are at a rate
gleaning program on the CBS television show to share ahead
ready with any and all interested parties of the overall economy.
'Sixty Minutes"
a few months ago. It struck / Conner said. A site in the
us then as a very good idea. Successful area has St.Petersburg At present the west supplies 42 percent
been
programs selected for
a pilot of the nation's timber and
program the
are under way in California and because of the highly As our lawns and grass begins to south also
Oregon. organized senior citizens Brown patch kills grass In more or supplies 42 percent. The
groups there. grow this spring I have noticed: a less circular patches that begin as west Is cutting 57 percent more
good bit of disease
showing up small spots and may expand to timber annually than it grows, where
Now we hear Commissioner of Agriculture throughout our area. Diseases of turfgrass several feet in diameter. It may also the south Is cutting only 2 percent

Doyle Conner is pushing to bring back the old Closer to home, there is a little bread basket year they are cause common the in disfigurement Florida. Each of cause a thinning of the turf over a more nand than will grown.have Any increase in de

custom of gleaning, which dates back to right here in Bradford County. What we need thousands of turfgrsss plantings. It is warm large area.humid It weather.usually occurs: during south since the west to is come already from being the

biblical times, to Florida! If so, Florida would is a senior citizens group to get busy and make fortunate that much of the damage overcut substantially.

have the first gleaning program on the East arrangements with some of our farmers. resulting or minimized from diseases if can be avoided Dollar spot kills grass in distinct This
practicesare Increase
Coast. proper la being shown
patches that are 2 to 3 Inches in as
carried out. Therefore it la ad- many companies In
diameter. the timber
Take strawberries for instance. In a few visable for those Interest In growing straw color.Patches In take on a bleached business are moving south.An exam

It's an appealing ideamaking use of weeks the hot sun will diminish the current turfgrass to acquaint themselves patches may coalesce severe so cases that small large pie of this was the recent move of

vegetables that would rot in the fields for crop and berries will get overripe in the fields. with factors and concerning occurrence, areas are affected. Leaf spot-type lesions Georgia Pacific headquarters from !
senior citizens on a fixed income. Folks up north have never tasted a really ripe turfgrass symptoms diseases.control of the various may be seen on the blades of Portland Oregon to Atlanta. Other
strawberry. Untold amounts of berries grass at the outer margins of the companies with large Investments in I
lay in southern timber include
small
Commissioner Conner announced plans this the fields and rot each year. Diseases are Jess likely to cause ex- to warm patches.humid It weather.occurs during mild Gamble, Time Inc. ITT Proctor, Mobil and and .I

week from the Florida Department of tensive damage to grass that has been Tenneco. These' companies are J

Agriculture to support and coordinate a glean- A gleaning program here would sure beat properly recommended culturalaccording I to Control of a disease Is usually accomplished their generating 10 to 15 percent profit on
plowing by the use of a fungicide. timber after taxes. Of 22 forest
under. It's
ing which would crops one
program enable low income
way people on a industry
When companies
people to go into fields and pick fruits and fixed income could beat the price squeeze They are most l likely to occur dur- points should be fungicide kept in the mind following: 20,000 acres each since buying 1974 more, 20 than of
vegetables left behind. brought on by our high rate of inflation. ing the periods when the weather is them bought southern land. Industry
warm and there is an abundance of In most cases It is best to spray the seems to have no doubt that the south
Our hat is off moisture. This moisture may be the entire planting and not just the is the right place for timber
to invest
The would Commissioner '- ,. ,
plan work through coordination! Conner and result of rain fog,heavy dews or disease spot. ment. -
with senior citizens and other groups dealing to anybody locally willing to try to organize watering practices. carried out by the The directions and precautions on

with fixed income people. Conner says he saw such useful program. individual. the fungicide container should be Timber prices in the, south should
lollowed I..r.h.liv continue to rise above the national
Many types of Injury such M those The fun&lcldl'lhouid! be sprayed on average, which already is above the
caused by nematodes, insects spilled the area so that there Is complete and inflation rate. In 1J79 the price for
toxic materials, excess fertilizer and even distribution; otherwise, the southern plywood alone
QR1Q4 rose 21.6
gKAUftn1 t ( "1 improper mowing can be confused grass may be Injured and the diseasenot cent. per-
vO SINCE with disease damage. The Individual controlled.A .
& mil F should eliminate thepoaalbWty 01 in- small amount of wetting agent, Because of the increased: demand
y\ pl1 : Jury by these causes before assuming such as a liquid detergent, should be for southern lumber pulpwood prices
it disease II present. In general, the used in the spray to Insure complete should Increase. More trees will be
c & presence of a disease.u Indicated coverage of the grass foliage. It is, left to grow to sawtlmber sizes and
when either the grass continues to best to spray small areas at a time to this will decrease the amount ,of
SOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER decline or the condition spreads. to obtain uniform coverage.Use available smaller pulpwood. '
new areas. enough water to wet the
Publishers grass What

f ubllthad. { .aaxH Thursday and._..,...lacand.cr..Matlar a<"' .Post OHka at Stark. Fla.. under. A.t.'March I, IS7tl If a disease is found lea planting ofgrass square thoroughly.feet la(Ten usually gallons sufficient.per )1,000 downers does in! all Bradford this mean to the lan

I it should be Identified and the An means that landowners TSSoTvest
crlpila.,.,.In".....,... If Par v...:IS SI.Months recommended control measures may be application necessary every to keep 10 the to 14 disease days JS.to. Showing timber will to
...........6JOS Otrlflda,,.'....'110 far Yaarj: IS.SH III Month started u soon as possible. Two of the under control. I on their Investment when the
S......Florida most common diseases I have seen Do not mow the grass Immediately take trees mature,and be In the position to
are Brown Patch and Dollar Spot. after applying a fungicide. advantage: of the favorable
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HjalmarMcMillan and'Bi'tl Wilson, Jr. -


Wed March 22 in First Methodist Church -

First United Methodist Church was fJ A m oeeal fA te '

i, the setting for the marriage of ;
Hjalmar Jane McMillan of Starke to "
William Wilson Jr. of Lawtey on
Saturday, March 22, at 7 p.m. with (J ladyd I//oozy TL.Il"X'j

Rev. George Harper performing the. /if/ ;
nuptials.' &
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; The bride is the daughter of Mr.and I ne j'eU!
Mrs. Merrill McMillan of Starke.The : i :
964-7608
groom la the son of Col. (Ret.) and :. ', 1 II{ :
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Mrs. William Wilson of Lawtey. : '

Organist JoAnn ,Canova, pianist '
:
--_von Drives and :'soloists'' Kathy -- "
jf Green and Joey Herres presented y Mrs. Susie Owen JM Mrs. W.H Thomson,,' '
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% program of lc. M1 ,. .
Reelected President
The theme used the, church Celebrates 80th u

decorations, was the traditional "allwhite" Birthday April 13 u Of Woman's Club' ..
carried'out'lg- mixtures of
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white spring flowers Centering the Mrs. Susie Owen oj 'Starke The nominating 'committee
bolr loft :was a %Jarge heart celebrated her 80th birthday Sunday, presented the new slate of officers for
candelabra holding burning tapers. April 13, at a reception given at the 7JtT' the Starke Woman's Club at their
To either side were two seven branch home of her granddaughter, Mr. and luncheon-meeting Wednesday of last
candelabras 'and greenery trees of Mrs. Dale E. Brown, 1102 Colley week.
lade fern and sprengeri On the pulpit !/ i '. -3' Road, given by her children 'lee O.'< Nominated to serve with Mrs.
'.,"level of the church was a fifteen lite f Goodman of Gainesville, M4mdj Thomson will be Mrs. William Wilson,
'?-arch: candelabra with a spray of Mrs. Johnny O. Goodman ot,lAtke' first vice-president: Mrs.J.E. Hardy,
-,:glads, killian daisies, carnations, irisjf'and Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. second vice-president; Mrs. Louis
mixed greenery. On either side McRae of Starke and step children. ; Young, third vice-president; Mrs.
** were two spiral candelabras holding Mr. and Mrs. William E. Owen and D.W. Whiffen, fourth vice-president;
burning candles-'Adjacent to thehsbirals v r i I Ir It Mr. and Mrs. Les Gibson of Starke. Mrs.Susie Owen Mrs. J.D. Warren, recording
were two standing ar- secretary; Mrs. Douglas Hardy, corresponding -
r rangements of glads, killian daisies, The Brown home was festive for the secretary; Mrs. Olin
L3tirnations) and iris. Greenery pots.'snd occasion with arrangements i r I Homemakers Have White, treasurer.The .
I white mum plants decorated the flowers at vantage points'The'refreshment Handcraft Program new officers will be Installed at
floor area.Centering the chancel area t table was covered with a the annual May Breakfast, May 17,at
was a unity candelabra holding a white nylon lace cloth and centered 1 i Mrs, Marty Barry of the Magic 10:30 a,m. at the club house. Mrs.
large unity candle, given to the bride with an arrangement of the same"9 Needle presented a handcraft program W.C. Powell is chairman of the
and groom as a wedding present. flowers. Also on the table was a at the Bradford County Breakfast. Tickets at $3,00 each may
Flanking the communion table were beautiful birthday cake decorated in Homemakers Club meeting Thursday be purchased from Stump's Depart-
ami two large urn arrangements of glads .,,1ti white, green and yellow. morning April 10. ment store, Leila's Dress Shop, Mrs.
,I? killian daisies, carnations, and iris. Seving coffee and Mrs. Barry had a table full of her J.M. Blackshear, from other
punch, cake
To the Inside of the chancel rail Barbara Brown and were crafts on display Including materialsto members or at the door.
which was decorated with a garlandJ. Linda McRae and daughter,Dodie Kim, make them with. Among the finish President Mrs. Thomson presidedover ,
J.h:of sprengeri, were two tree and Nancy Glisson daughter, ed crafts were objects of embroidery the Wednesday meeting where
";!'candelabras. To its outside corners needlepoint, crochet and crochet yardpompoms. the spring theme was carried out In
bf.s were two more large standing urns J Craft catalogs of all kinds the lovely floral decorations The lun-
Over 100 friends and relatives call-
'holding matching arrangements. were also on hand. cheon was served by Mrs. Ervin An-
93 white .. ed between the party hours of 3 and 8 Mrs. distributed free
Greenery pot and mum plants Barry em- drews and her committee. Several
"/a 'were placed at vantage points. pm Those from out of town were Lee broidery samplers, with thread to all songs were sung after the pledge of
l .-. The family pews, and every other y1yJ' ', .All O. Goodman and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd members and visitors and taught allegiance to the flag accompanied by
*8"pew in the church, were marked with ....... .' ;, : \ .. Woodard of Gainesville, Mr and and Mrs. them how to do the work. Mrs. Mona Canova, pianist.
It.' ... Johnny O. Goodman granddaughter Mrs. also had
aisle candelabras holding draping arrangements Barry on display a Plans for a pianathon which will be
-'''' of white carnations and Connie Browning of Lake beautiful, long sleeved man's shirt held on May 26 from 4:30 to 9:30 were
11.< miniature carnations. Glass globes Mr and Mn. William Wilson Jr. Butler, Mrs. Karen Beating and with the embroidery on the sleeves in discussed by Mrs. Canova. Plans are
I'''''surrounded burning tapers in the daughter, Patty of Providence, Mr. cross stitch. Ready made the shirt also being made for the coming
A lions, tulips, yellow roses, and Mrs.Jackson of Hawthorne
;.: center of the arrangements. reception was held at theWoman's parrot Tyre would be over$100. beautification of Starke project with
Club of Starke. white daisies, and pink french
'; Sprengeri fern spiraled to the floor. Mrs. Canova chairman.
The main hall heather. the tiers of the and Mrs. Tyre and as
,1.* ,,, The two tables in the vestabule held was decorated withstanding Separating Mr. Tommy
two three-branch candelabras and arrangements of yellow cake and used as a top ornament were daughters, Tammy and Valerie of 2JtJ1/ .J<.. .
of glads, pink french heather, white small bouquets of spring flowers, Keystone Heights Mrs. Bell Godwinof
two arrangements glads, mums SELECTION
u: daisies, pink carnations, blue iris and matching the candelabra arrangements Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Mark GREAT
.rand iris. Mrs. N.K. Hurst has returned her Slacks
to Shorts.
Tops
parrot tulips, placed at of High Springs, Mrs. Evie
vantage Tyre
Col. Wilson attended his bestri home in
son as Ind of
Indianapolis, after Terry
or spending New Shipment
points about the room. On the pianowas Covering the two punch tables were Johnson of Jacksonville and Mrs. Lot
| man. Ushers were Ray Wilson, the winter with her sister Mrs. Leila's Dress Shop
white
taffeta flounces with Sanford.
an arrangement also in the spring yellow tie Benton of
v,groom's brother Randy Andrews, flowers. lace Army Navy overlays. They were Clyde Sinclair and other relatives In Bradford Square
if"Michael Andrews, Gary Lupton of bowls Florida.
centered with silver punch en-
McAllister of
Key West Raymond The food table In the sun room was circled with sprengeri and mixed spring
Gainesville of
,
George Muggins
: covered in a yellow taffeta flounce flowers.
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Savannah Ga. and Steve Futch.
with a white lace Army Navy Mrs. Douglas Hardy greeted the
Mrs. Rebecca M. Bacchus of Silver
: : overcloth It was centered with a guests at the door. Miss PhyllisBaumwald
Md. attended her sister
Springs, as large spring arrangement In a silver kept the bride's book.
of honor. She
matron wore a yellow bowl. The fireplace mantel held a Serving the bride's cake were
chiffon waisted dress with
empire large arrangement of yellow glade Maria Kopelousos and Donna Gruen.
She carried white I
:matching cape. a iris pink carnations,white daisies and Serving the groom's cake was Gus
lace fan with two white
cattaleya orchids CONTINENTAL
I and attached to It. parrot tulips. In the! hallway was a Kopelousos Assisting were Mrs.Con-
sprenteri table holding the bridesbook and an nie Costan, Mrs. Franklin Ritch Mrs. ,
Ribbon In lace
streamers
yellow accented -
arrangement also in the spring Ervin Andrews, Mrs. Pete Felos,
the throats of the
I y* Wilds.'She1! 'wore'tt yellow hairpiece' of baby's or- werVLij .* :'*,V.'"" Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs..J.E.
The brides 'table, covered with a Hardy. 1ii'I; ; (.It" )
"In(, -'j-1. .liI I : ;
breath a.ad ?
spranger/*/* *
*
) Serving as bridal Mtendaatu were yellow taffeta flounce and white Army Following a wedding trip to St. asf/tiCft: fElq, 9it! JI.oupRE'SENT': 5'; rnmOQD am ri3
Navy overcloth, was centered Augustine and Orlando area the con- ...
Miss Foster cousin of
Lynne a .1:: IIj'
with a three tiered white wedding pie is residing In Lawtey.
Cal. Maidie
I Hollywood, Kenney a cake, encircled with sprengeri fern The bride is the office manager for
cousin of Cal. and .
Benecia Lynn
*. and mixed spring flowers. On either Dr. Harry Gruen.
I Peddle of Crystal River. They were side of the cake were two three The groom Is the new owner of
all attired similar the honor attendant
to -
branch candelabras holding arrangements Wilson's Florist formerly Nancy's
of blue iris, pink carna- Flowers. THE $1.30
Junior bridesmaids were Erika and

Allsha Gruen Elizabeth and ..
"i Stephanie Kopelousos and Elizabeth Engaged Couple Honored At Open House
1 Smyth,niece of the groom.They wore .,
yellow chiffon, empire waisted Miss Kitten Hull and Steve Denmark vantage paints throughout the party
dresses with puff sleeves. They car- whose marriage will be an rooms.
ried yellow daisies, white miniature event of May 17, were honored at On the deck a punch table was FAMILY
carnations, yellow freesia and baby's Open House Saturday night at the overlaid with yellow linen runners
, I, breath in baskets. They had hairpieces home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris and was centered with a crystal
I, of baby's breath and yellow Williams at Kingsley Lake. punch bowl. Yellow mums were in an
daisies. Co-hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Randy antique basket and potted palms
The flower girl was Jacqueline Johns, Mr. and Mrs.John Miller, Mr. flanked the stairway leading down to
'. Courtney Lines She wore the same and Mrs. Randy Cory, Mr. and Mrs. the lake. REUNION.
style dress as the junior bridesmaidsand Jim Womack, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Assisting In serving were Mrs. Olin
> carried a similar basket. Ferguson. White, Mrs. Scott Whitehead, Mrs.
The bride, given in marriage by her Greeting the guests at the door Jim Reddish, Mrs. J.E. Hardy Mrs.
father, wore a white, empire waisted were Mrs. Williams, Mrs Cory and H.H. Adams Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr., '" The cost of getting
gown with seed pearls highlightingthe the honored couple. Mrs. Marlle Sanderson, Mrs. Pat _, .x. a
bodice.Accenting the Queen Anne The refreshment table in the dining Farnsworth, Mrs. George Roberts, e ,.,;'fr family together shouldn'tkeep

neckline was Venise lace, which also room was covered with a white hand Jr. and Mrs. Lennard Register. ,., a family apart.Ratunately .
,
.. adorned the cap sleeves It had a embroidered linen cloth with crystal Out-of-town guests were Mr. and r f ,
chapel length train also trimmed in punch bowls at each end and centered Mrs. Joe M. Hull,Sr., Mrs Katherine : k longdistance
Venise lace. She carried a cascade of with a yellow, beige and white silk Snead Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holt Mrs. ; rates are still a bargaia Inthey're
stephanotis and phalaenopsis orchids. floral arrangement. A side table Katherine Dancy, Dr. and Mrs Steve .. t t:' fact low enough too
Sprengeri fern, ivy and silver king holding hors d'oeuvres was centered Beckett, and Mr. and Mrs. John
aglaoema leaves added graceful with a crystal candelabra with yellow Mussoline, all of Palatka; Mr. and w keep you close to every
length to ,the formal bouquet. She candles. Mrs. Bud Mizell of Keystone Heights, + side of family. No
wore a necklace of pearls and mat- In the living room a punch table Tom Williams of Honolulu, Hawaii 4 your
ching earrings which the groom gaveto covered with a white linen cloth embroidered and Melanie McKnight of Gainesville c, matter how< far away they

her as a wedding present. Her with roses held a silver The hosts presented the honored .' 'v might be.
Venise lace capped veil with punch bowl and compotes of nuts and couple with three pieces of their : +. For if
cathedral length train held a small mints On the coffee table was an arrangement everyday crystal as a memento of the ? example, you
.' decoration of stephanotis, sprengeri of salmon and beige silk occasion. 4p have family in Bakersfield,

and a single phalaenopsis orchid. flowers. Potted plants were placed at Approximately 100 couples enjoyed California and you live in

,this delightful. affair.
Lewiston, Maine a three-

minute call will cost you no

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Patricia: Ann Byrd, Madison St. Baptist

Ronald C. Goodman Give Spring LuncheonFor

Wed April 4 Senior Citizens

Patricia Ann Byrd and Ronald C. Madison Street Baptist Church held
Goodman were married Friday April their Spring luncheon "April
M 4 in the East Palatka Baptist Church. .,,ki e Showen'for their JOY group.JOY Is
The Rev. Edward Straner officiatedat our Sr. Adult group. JOY stands for
the double-ring ceremony. "Just Older Youth' .One definition of
Thomas Byrd and Mrs. Gertrude JOY Is "that which causes hap-
Byrd of Palatka are the parents of the piness." We feel this portrays our
bride.The groom is the son of Mr. and Senior Adults. Every Spring we give
Mrs. Ronald V. Goodman of East tribute to them through a luncheon -
Palatka, formerly of Starke. in their honor.
Arrangements of Easter lilies, "April Showers" was the theme of
bridal wreath and fern decorated the this year's luncheon. The church
altars of the church for the wedding. fellowship hall was decorated with
Mrs. Becky Altman played the Spring colors, flowers, butterflys and
organ music and traditional wedding umbrellas. A beautiful backgroundwas
March. made with the "April Showers
cAr Given In marriage by her fahter, Theme" by Miss Monteray Wasdin
the bride wore a gown of white peau tar and her first grade class at Southside
d'ange organza, styled with bishop Elementary School. White wroughtIron
r sleeves and empire waist. Chantilly 1 patio furniture was placed at
lace and seed pearls accented the various parts of the room. The tables
high neckline, bodice and skirt frontin Mr.and Mrs.Ronald C.Goodman were set with burlap place mats that Five GenerationsEaster
a redlngote effect. had a flower and mushroom on each
Matching lace and seed pearls trimmed sages.The reception was in the fellowship place mat. A cup with a plant and a Sunday brought the reunionof
the cap and elbow-length veil. umbrella five of the Margaret
paper was at each setting generations
bride's table
hall. Focal point of the
Her bouquet was eight white Easter made and and were given as a token of the lun- Griffis Ruis Skinner family at the
lilies in a spray of white netting. She was the wedding cake, cheon to each guest.A home of Mrs. Bobby Hampton. Mrs.
carried a white Bible, a gift from her decorated by the overlaid groom's mother.white menu of Roast beef, mashed Skinner of Lake City (formerly of
The table was with a
matron of honor Mrs. Tommy. crocheted cloth over blue made potatoes and gravy, beets, peas Hot Starke) Is pictured with daughter An-
Kynard, sister of the groom. Good-by Rolls, tea and coffee with Lime na M. Sequin of Lake City, granddaughter -
the groom's aunt, Mrs. Ethel
0 Miss Kim Wilkinson,maid of honor, Sherbert were served. As each guest Evelyn Sellers of Starke,
and Vanessa Campbell, sister of the man. came In they went through a salad great-grandson James C. Gibbs of
Assisting at the reception were
bride and Janette Westberry were at Mrs. Edie Kynard and Mrs. Ethel bar that had a large variety of saladsto Starke and great-great-grandson
tendants. They wore gowns in shadesof choose from.Entertainment. Christopher J. Gibbs of Starke.
blue and each carried a blue tinted Goodman
the
was brought by
After a wedding trip to Silver Spr-
carnation with pale blue streamers. Youth of Madison Street. To begin Memorial Service
Flower Shannahon ings and Ocala, the couple plans to
girl was Nichols
with "Make me Laugh" was played.
niece of the reside in East Palatka. Sunday at Crosby
Kynard groom. Then the Youth led"JOY" In a round
Best man for the wedding was Bill of favorite songs. The youth then Lake CemeteryThe
Goodman brother of the groom and p.t. brought several special songs. Bro.
ushers were Charles Strickland. Dan- Robert Gillis, pastor brought a short Confederate Memorial Service
ny Goodman, cousins of the groom, devotion. will be held Sunday, April 20, at 3:30
and Chip Mills. Mrs. J.M. Blackshear visited Mrs. Approximately 71 guest enjoyed the p.m. at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
::1 Mrs. Byrd wore an aqua marine Fred Guy in Gainesville last Thurs- luncheon. The address will be given by the
,1,14 7O 1' two-piece suit of polyester and Mrs. day and Friday. Honorable Elzie S. Sanders and music
Goodman a powder blue floorlengthgown GREAT SELECTION will be provided by W.B. McKinney,
with matching jacket. The Mrs. J.M. Barron visited her aunt, Topi.Shorts, Slacks violinist.
mothers and grandmother of the Mrs. Lula White, in Alachua General New Shipment of Terry The W.T. Week's chapter,U.D.C.
groom, Mrs. Rosemary Hudson, Hospital on Sunday. Leila's Dress Shop arranging the service.
Gainesville, wore white rose cor- Bradford Square The nubile Is invited to attend.


J.M.Howards Celebrate GoldenAnniversary We're Sick of Inflation, too! EckerdFreezes Prices:


ON ALL PRESCRIPTIONS ALL VITAMINS. ALL ECKERD LABEL PRODUCTS ALL PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES. FOR A MINIMUM OF 60 DAYS.

YES.WE RE FREEZING OUR REGULAR PRICES ON ALL THE ITEMS ABOVE OUR VOLUNTARY INFLATION-FIGHTING PROGRAM AND WE RE CHALLENGING ALL OUR SUPPLIERS TO JOIN THE FIGHT 'FREEZE YOUR PRICES TO US ON ANY ITEMIS
Mr. and Mrs. John Marcus Howard, Ili EFFECT THROUGH MAY 21 AND WE WILL NOT RAISE THESE PRICES EVEN THOUGH OUR COSTS ARE GOING UP WE SELL AND WE WILL FREEZE THE REGULAR RETAIL PRICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS NOT JUST FOR 60 DAYS BUTIF
Sr. celebrated their golden wedding WE CAN SELL FOR LESS WE WILL FOR AS LONG AS YOU HOLD THE PRICE

anniversary Sunday, March 30, at WE CANT BEAT INFLATION ALONE. BUT ALL AMERICANS WORKING TOGETHER, CAN. LETS START NOW.
their home on SR-18 at a reception
given by their children, grand-
children and great-grandchildren.
Guests were met at the door by a \\t
grandson, John Marcus Howard, III s .
and great-grandsons Marcus Henry I .
and Farron Dukes, who gave them a *
commerative scroll written by their RAC n I II
daughter Mrs. Jerome Johns. PoolG,f I fit I
Assisting with the guest book on the sr4r
veranda were granddaughters Mrs.
Elizabeth Dukes, Mrs. Phillip Johns .11
and Miss Paige Howard. On the black
d'
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slate table was an arrangement of ..
A9A, ...
green and white straw flowers in a -
pewter and brass container. A brass 0. :
stand held a bible bought by Mr. GILLETTE PLANTERS \
Howard's father with his first
paycheck March 9, 1903. Encirclingthe .COLGATE ISOPROPYL TRACE I DRY ROASTEDJ1... i GATORADE> : \

double front doors were garlandsof
gold ropes and bells. TOOTHPASTE ALCOHOL BLADES ALMONDSNo THIRST QUENCHER
Greeting guests in the foyer was Pint i
7 ounce tube bottle. Lemon/Lime
or oil
Mrs. John Marcus Howard, II. An antique with fluoride Crystal brand. STwinbilide. Pack 99 added.sugar 7.5-oz.]jar energy booster. I
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willow easel held a large gold LIMIT 1 :
LIMIT 1 free. Quart bottle.
frame. It contained pictures of Mr. 8ge 29 1 1 REG. $2.69 49.
Howard's parents Mr. and Mrs.John LIMIT 1 LIMIT 1 REG. 63'

Stoutm Howard on their wedding day
and Mrs. Howard's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathaniel Enoch Roberts on . .
their wedding days as well as picturesof .. .
Mr. and Mrs. Howard at various "' .. Im '"
ages of their lives. :t w.I. .. n 1-POUND
The receiving line in the living I BALLS
room was composed of their ALKA SELTZER LADIES MOTH
daughter, Mrs. Jerome Johns, their
son, John Marcus Howard, II and the I TABLETS '. Kills moths mom larvae.go '

honored couple. Mrs. Howard's corsage [! 36 foil, wrapped tablets SWIM SUITS REG. $1.39 I'';. IF-
and Mr. Howard's boutonnierewere for relief of upset I
of yellow tea roses. An Italian REG. 9M
commode facing the receiving line stomach. LIMIT 1 8Se ; .
held an arrangement of hand blown I : 7 Q
Venetian crystal flowers and yellowtea .';- ,

roses. .
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Floor hosts were Mr. Jerome !' "r; 1 -

Johns, son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Williams, grandson and grand- CLAIRMIST LADIES'MACRAMETHONG BATHSCALE

daughter and Phillip Johns, grand- u HAIR SPRAY
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son.Serving cake in the dining room t"1i' "' 4-ounce,non-aerosol.' Cool&comfortable for casual A must for the weight
were Mrs. W.S. Howard and Mrs. } 2 types. LIMIT 1 wear. Assorted sizes. conscious. White only.
Amos E. Howard, sister-in-laws of 4
REG. $6.99 $
Mr. Howard. The table was covered w1m
with a white organdy cloth, hand em- 11 S8
broidered with red roses and rose 77
buds in medallions. Centering the SREG.
table was a white cake decorated with \ --
white roses, flanked by large antique PONDS
bronze and crystal candelabras
j COCOA
holding white tapers. Nuts and mints BUTTER
were served from dishes that belonged V LOTION ECKERDCOLD 32GALLONTRASH aa ,
to Mr. Howard's maternal grandparents s 8-ounce bottle WATER
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan and Mrs. moisturizing hand & CAN
Howard's paternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Roberts. 13 Ctefa 89' body lotion. WASH Heavy duty plastic with lock tight "r1 ,
The table in the family room wey P CAZ ba LIMIT 1 For all fine fabrics. lid to prevent accidental spills.
covered on each end by dove silve silk runners with gold tassels. At on I1 REG. $1.19 LIMIT 1SERGEANTS '
end was a silver service and the othe fend g 1
a silver punch bowl with gol. r I rMMMWHATATAN 699i
punch. Centering the table were tw
dozen deep yellow iris in a silver chal LOTION OIL '
ing dish flanked by white statue t or .
depicting the engagement scene. S 6-ounce size.promotes ,
Hors d'oeuvres were served from deep, dark tan.
silver and gold and white Lennox con- I \ 249 LIMIT 1 SKIP DIAL
tainers. Presiding at the tea and coffee I
service were Mrs. Carl L. Brown r ;t.lJ1] FLEA SHAMPOO STEP STOOL

and Mrs. N.G. Daniels, sisters of Mr. Cleans&beautifies, kills Lightweight& sturdy.
Howard. Presiding at the bowl 41-lnches
punch
:: J high.
fleas & lice. 8-OZ.bottle.'
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were Mrs. Glen S. Howard, sister-in- LISTERINEMOUTHWASH REG. $14.95
law of Mr. Howard, Mrs. Marvin R. I REG. $1.49OCELO.
Holmes and Mrs. James L. Locke, Pille. fTl r.
cousins of Mrs. Howard. Sereant53f" 88 .
The patios and verandeas were { 24-oz. bottle 11
99'
decorated with yellow mums at van- t. : 1.9 price reflects :
tage points. The pool held floating 1 30 off label. I't
ducks and yellow and white water LIMIT '
lillies. ,1 .
Approximately 300 guests sharedthe ; HOME ENTERTAINMENT
day with Mr. and Mrs. Howard. .
> SPONGES CENTER. :
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MAYB ELLI N E Many uses around home Mar resistant.Hickory wood-XS .L -
or shop. Pack of 4. REQ. S grain finish. No tools needed for.o-- :
Mrs. Louise Renner has moved NAIL ENAMEL 73- EA. LIMIT 2 PACKS assembly. REG. $39.99 '
from Pine Forest Apartments to the Choose Coral Blush. rl r
Oasis Apartments in Gainesville. |g Caramel. Rose Coral & j /
15W*<*other coral shades.
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;});/jo..J/ < ".. Junior Women

Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Mills and family Mr. and Mrs: Paul Lynch of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wiggins of Nominate Officers
L of Puerto Rico spent the past week Jacksonville were last Thursday Stockton, Ga. and Mrs. Dicey Tim- Joan Hal was renomlnted presi- J' ?
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy visitors of Mr.and Mrs. Fred W.Bennett merman pf Vsldosta were Sunday dent of the Junior Woman's Club at
Clemons.j Sr. guests of Mrs. L.D. Vlnin their meeting Monday night held at
j the club house.Nominated .
Mrs. Jerome'Johna spent Monday GREAT SELECTION Mrs. Clyde Sinclair was visiting to serve with Mrs. Hall
and Tuesday.of last week with her Top.Shorts Slacks friends and relatives at Captlva and were first vice-president, Chris
parents Mr. and Mrs. J.M..HowaCit New Shipment of Terry Sanibel Island last week. Wilson; second vice-president ,
Sr.: In Lake Butler and also visited
Leila's Dress Shop Carolyn Autry; secretary, Marie
Mrs. Elizabeth Dukes of Lake City Bradford Square J.W. Ritch returned last Thursday Polk; treasurer, Judy Dukes. The officers
who was also a guest. after 15 days in North Florida will be Installed at a May
,
Regional Hospital. meeting.
;:4Mr. and Mrs. Don Thayer (Pearl Mr.and Mrs. Larry Tilley and sons Following the meeting a surprise
tSldwell; \) were last Monday over Ronnie and David of Terre Haute! Larry Williams of Thomasvllle,Ga. rw bridal shower was given for Kitten
flight guests of Mrs Lila Caldwell and Ind., were last Wednesday visitors of was home for the weekend.Mr. Hull bride-elect.
Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn while enroute Mr. and Mrs. Rex Anderson. Melissa Green
fom!! their home In Battle Creek, and Mrs. Charles McQuaig of, Gregory Davis
Mich. Local students receiving their Waycross visited her parents Mr. Cindy SmithLuncheon
degrees awarded by the University of and Mrs. Mack Williams on Sunday. Melissa Green,
"fiMr. and Mrs. Leo Champion have Florida March 22 were: Terry Davis HonoreeMiss j
returned from 10 days visit with their Eugene Cullison, BSP PH; Nancy Gregory Cindy Smith, whose marriageto
grandson and family, Lt. and Mrs. Katherine Hull BAE ED; Erma Lynn GREAT SELECTION To Wed April 18 Larry White will be an event of Debra MarIe Kite, .
Don R. Thompson at Virginia Beach. Moxley, BAE'ED; Arthur Charles Tops Shorts. Slacks Mrs. Barbara Bridges announces May 24, was complimented at a lun- William
Nix. BSCE EG; Larry Olin White, New Shipment of Terry the and approaching cheon Saturday In the Pecan room of A. Vaughn :
engagement
QMSA Tom Williams left Monday BSBA BA.Marcie Leila's Dress Shop marriage of her daughter, Melissa the Garden Restaurant given by Mrs. Engagement Told
for his base in Honolulu Hawaii after Bradford Square Annette Green to Scott Robert Barksdale Mrs.Jim Reddish, I
Gregory
214 weeks visit with his parents, Mr. Irene Goodge was on theDean's Mrs. Linda Johns Mrs. J.E. Den Mrs. Marlene O. Hughey of Starke
Davis, of Mr and Mrs. George
Mrs. Bill Morar and of son
list with 3.0 at Tift daughters
and Mrs. Morris Williams. a average mark and Mrs. Robert Green. announces the engagement of her
College Forsyth Ga. for the winter Panama City spent the weekend]with Davis all of Hampton.The table daughter Debra Marie Kite to
The T-shaped dining was
her Mr.' and Mrs. H.A. wedding will take place Friday
Betsy Yawn State's quarter. parents William Albert Vaughn son of Mr.
the
won awards Lawson. April 18, at 7 at the home of Mr. centered with an arrangement of silk
for brass solo (difficult division) at and Mrs. Edward p.m. Mobley on Hampton dogwood with a garland of English and Mrs. Melvin Vaughn of Pen-
the FJorida Federation Carolyn V. Redding was on thePresldent's sacola.
of Music Clubs dogwood down the length of the side
contest in Orlando on Saturday. Dirk Honor Roll at the University Mrs. J.H. Fields has returned after Lake. tables.Bridal place cards marked the The couple are both graduates of
All friends and relatives Invitedto
two weeks In Alachua General are
of Florida for the winter Bradford .
Schmidt',-was presented a second quarterby seating arrangement for the 25 High School.A
attend! the and
Hospital where she underwent wedding reception.
place award in the Brass Concerto earning straight A's. guests. September wedding Is planned.

Contest. surgery. The guests included Mrs. Olin
GREAT SELECTION White mother of the prospective ;bJ1J.: JGow. .
Tops Shorts Slaejts groom and Mrs. Robert E. Smith of
Christ New Shipment of Terry BIRTHSAmy Lawtey,mother of the honoree.
Mrs. Garl Mathews celebrated her
Leila's Dress Shop
The hostesses presented the
Bradford SquareMr. honoree with the pierced silver spoonto 86th. birthday Sunday and had as
Lutheran Church Ruth Crews
Mathews of
guests Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Franklin Crewsof her chosen silver pattern as a
and Mrs.' George Huggins memento of the occasion. Maltland. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews
Starke announce the birth of
SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS a of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
returned Wednesday of last week
daughter, Amy Ruth born 3 In
April .
Bumstead of Orlando and Mr. and Mrs.T.
6 P.M. after a weeks visit with their Alachua General
WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Maternal grandparents Hospital.are Mr. and p.,......! Breazealle of High Springs.

Keystone Lions Club Oler Crosby in Fort Myers. Mrs. Wayne M. Wall Sr. of Starke.

Keystone Heights Fla You can make ketchup Mr.Paternal and Mrs.grandparents Louis Crews.are Maternal the late Clay Gilhoo/y/ son of Mr- and Mr- KKKATSEI.KCTION:
Mike
Call 473-4177 flow faster if you stick a great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Gilhooly arrives home today Tops SharK Mucks
9
to 5 for
p.m. 22 days leave from his base New
in
straw Into the bottle C. Marks Ritch of Starke and Mr. and Shipment wfTrrry
473-2007 After 5 P m when you first open it. Mrs. J.E. Wall of Lake City. Kaneohe Hawaii. l.plla'H Dress Shop
Bradford Square
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,_ wood tone. Mr. and i.MrsJerom Johns of
Crystal and Earl Joiner' of
Green Cove Springs were the
guests
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Aiken,S.C. last Wednesday to Sunday
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*' Citizens met Tuesday April 8, at 1
8 +wo rnws-a,.,..+cc L. On/.off monitor switch built-In p.m. tor its regular meeting.After the
8 condenser mike business was considered and :
448 remote mike necessary decisions were made the '1
EVEREADY Jack president, Mrs. Wellons introducedthe

B BtAOK-FLAG 2o-GAL"'Q" '" I 9-VOLT w'-_.. a .; !, ;lJtQ. M2402 Homrich speaker,for'Extension the day. Mrs.'Home Alicia t
REG. ::
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gave the group lots of good In-
A/f No mess no PAC COSMO CALENDAR e+. novative ideas on how to buy and

odor. Killsroaches OF / ALARM prepare food for one or two people so
9ge| 24 299Plasticconstruc- /159HeaVYdutY. CLOCK that such preparation and food would
hours a day. 2/ Precision time piece,7 Inch electronic dis be inexpensive nutritious attractive '
REG. $1.29 play. Fast & slow scan controls. 24 hour and tasty. She demonstrated some

repeat memory alarm REG. $21.99_ recipes with which an individual
,. could prepare several different dishes
I _. I from the same recipe use one and.
freeze the rest for use another day
\ '/,-INC Hx 50-FOOT VINYLSTRAP&ALUMINUM It* I*. thus saving energy and avoiding the
problem of leftovers and/or waste.
i GARDEN HOSE I' LAWN FURNITURE MODEL E503S She also discussed the use of small appliances -

Durable flexible Colorful vinyl straps on lightweight :' as energy savers. She had
l vinyl' reinforced with aluminum frame. Chaise has multi- :Ji prepared a tasty healthful snack requiring -

888 nylon> Brass fittings. : position, back. Both, fold for storage. .:; no cooking which she served
JET-X
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I !C8 : PRESSURE WASHER all.Mrs.

NELSON 1 5 2588REG. Makes any outdoor cleaning Homrich will be with the
E L.= Job easier. Great for car Senior Citizens again May 13 with
TURRET $19.99 $32.99 r412"x16"TABLETOP 9991 windows REG. $ sa' more goodies for us, something we
are looking forward to.
SPRINKLER a We remind all Senior Citizens

1.I ;.. members of the annual luncheon to be :.
88ssprinklersint.I HIBACHI = STAR BRITE999castironcon. held April 22 at 11:30: a.m. at the 'f
4 I diameter circle IY AUTO POLISH Kountry Kitchen on Highway 301 .b
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MODEL 2150 REG. $5.99 Gives
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paying members can Join us for the
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| Hhmpton Highlights / 4.erses.4_ sea n 1-,
following slat of officer to serve the Don Roberts Kim Hodge Roy Payne First Grade BreakfastMrs. Asslstingxln preparation and serving
by Dolores Meng mother PTA during the 19801 school term: Dana Underhill, Quinton Ford David Jean Clark's first graders enjoyed were Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth,
phone 4881915Bookmobile three weeks, while her ,. Mrs. President M.... Kathy Fenboti; vice Parker Cassandra Fisher Jeannie breakfast in their room last Mrs. JoAnn Home and Mrs Cathy

Vera- Oliver. Jane Fontaine was hospitalized.Mrs. of Oxford, Connecticut President Mrs. Cathy Williams; lodge Sid Russell Bradley\ Snow Thursday. Following their unit of Williams.
arrived via Amtrak Tues- Secretary Mn. Inger Campen and Brandy Phillips, Andy Redding, study on Health Concepts, students Mena-AprU 21-23 .
The Bradford County Bookmobile time with on her Treasurer Mrs. Jolene FrI_. The Laurie Whitehead, Sandra Melton, enjoyed a balanced menu of orange Monday Cheese w macaroni,: ::w' .
serves this area every Tuesday from day' to spend JoAnn some and her motherinlaw officers were unanimously elected. Tammy Peeples' Amy Clark Brenda juice,dry cereal and milk,scrambled bologna sandwich brocolli. Pay:;;.i" '
daughter,
12:30: until 2:30: p.m. at the Hampton Fontaine. Physical Education instructor Curtis, Marleen O'Steen;, Melissa eggs and toast with butter and Jelly. orange, milk.Tuesdays ..,.
Mrs. Josephine Mrs. Kathy Ledbetter, trained her Williams Angle Hornbeek, Bridgett meal bun, baked. :
Post Office parking lot. Use of books, ;, In preparation for the Hot Dog on
magazines and records is a free ser- Hampton Lake i .. students in a delightful variety of ac Skeen, Julie Dorminey, Stephanie children cut pictures from magazinesof beans cole slaw banana pudding,. '.
vice. due Crawfordwho tivities. Performing as Indian Redding Michelle Rahme and Dareren health foods which they used in milk. .:'
Apologies are Kenny '
has been incorrectly identified Dancers were Wayne Kershner, An- W tehead making their place mats. Wednesday Sliced turkey w gravy ..... .
dria Fenton. Marcle Carpenter Jody Wadsworth with his electric Students seated four beans;
Senior Citizens several times as Kenny Clerk in this Amy were as family mashed potatoes, green
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club column.The last time we erred was In Horne, Aimee Hodges Scott guitar was a delightful help for the units, headed by Mom and Dad. cherry cobbler biscuit, milk. .
will meet on Friday April 18, at 2 'last week's paper when,Kenny was Williams Jill Powers, Carrie MannIng dances. The Square Dancers were Tables were properly set by students Thursday Pizza, tossed salad, but; '.
p.m. in the City Hall. All Interested lauded for winning first prizes for his Jason Gilbert, Rhonell Estes Sandy Friese, Shelley, Carter, Diana who used the proper utensils In eating tered corn, peaches milk. '";,: .
persons are welcome. woodworking entries the Bradford Cindy Davis, Misty Koehler. Cardin, Eva Hlnz, Justin Wadsworth, particular food Items. Good manners Friday Tuna salad, cheese bread,,' ;. '
Fair. Stephanie Hughes Polly Woods. Kirk Williams, Amy dark. Brenna were also emphasized. Various committees stick, letter leaf & sliced tomato,
Christian Church County Kenny Clark,also from this area,is Tracey Bradley Pamalou Rhoden. Skeen,Marleen O'Steen, Tracy Baes. were In charge of certain food mixed vegetables applesauce, milk.. .. .'.'::'.':
The members of the Hampton that famous athlete and Nicole Clark, Lyn Mixon! Jennie Brenda Bawek Mindy Mersey Todd Items. ,. .
Christian Church are grateful for the ballplayer! ;' 'Rhea Kenny Huntley, Tina Branham Parker Andy Frey. Brian Kidd .
recent donation of a beautiful United Birthdays and Rob Powers. Frankie Rahme.' Leslie McKinney, Conservation Comments ...-cNII C :}::.:
States flag and a lovely Christian Steven celebrated his bid Gymnastics were performed by Melissa Williams, Julie Dorminey. :
Spell 15th
flag The church member who made .. Shannon Hughes, Christina Bunner Brenda Curtis Darren Whiteheaaand by Bern Smith pie of the County to participate. It will .
thday April .
this donation wishes to remain on to -Mrs. Sheryl: Janet Bunner,Sharon Forsyth Susan Stephanie Redding., 1980 Conservation Speaking Con give the students! a chance to work "
anonymous.! Crawford Happy Birthday who celebrated her birthday Waters, Eddie Hawkins, Melissa Angle Thomas and Donna Dor- test. This year the Bradford Soil and with a local unit of government, and ; .
11. Byrd, Mary Hill, Cheryl Thomas miney presented an.. unusual jump Water Conservation District (SWCD) at the same time become familiar .1-. '
Condolence on April Christy Manning, Allison Archey roping routine. plans to participate in the Soil and with the practices and employment, :
Sympathy Is extended to the family Beach Visitors ,it, Karla Rush, Macey Rhoden, DonnieRoberts Water Conservation Speaking Contest opportunities in conservation.
and friends of Mrs. Clora B. Clark those enjoying the Si Becky Watson Tina Kenny Crawford'served as Master being sponsored by the Florida The district contest will be held on. I I
Among Branham, Cindy Frey,Terri Kennan of Ceremonies for the Association of Soil and Water Conservation during school
who died on April 10 in Gainesville. Augustine Beach during the past performance. Thursday April 24,1980 ,.. 1
weekend Mike and Chris MengMr. Amy Custer, Denise Curtis, Sharon Andrew Timmons took care of sound Districts (FACD) and hours In the Bradford High .'
ConvalescingMrs. and were Mrs. Eugene Meng andAngela Godwin, Donna Peeples, Cindy Grit effects. Brett Russell! was responsiblefor Troplcana Products Inc.This contestIs Auditorium. But the competition does
Vera Oliver, a former resident and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence fie, Kenny Huntley Barbara Davis, lights.The stage crew consisted of designed to develop leadership not stop here. The Bradford District "
of this area, returned to her home In Michelle Kirchaine, Richard Kidd, Jackie and Jerome Mitchell, Mike through providing for participation in winner will proceed to the Area "
Keystone Heights on Sunday follow Meng.Steven and Donnle Brown, Joey Scott Woods, Diana Cardin, Harold Godwin and Dean Padgett.The public speaking activities and to eliminations to be held In Green Cove ;
ing three weeks of tests and treat Cribbs and Tommy Meng had a good Mitchell, Melissa Kapp, Bernardo set designs were done by Marie stimulate interest in conserving our Springs on May 15.and the Area win .,"
ment at North Florida Regional time at O'Lena State Park on Sunday. Baez, Shelley Carter, Shannon Ford, Innocent, Lori Mixon, Karla Kidd natural resources. ,The topic is ners will go to the State finals iif ." '
Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. Kim Smith, Robin Griffis, Brenna Tammy Rhoden, Dawn Manning andBarbara "Conservation of Florida's Natural August. Contestants will compete for ..: :..
David Meng returned home Hampton Elementary School Skeen, Angle Hornbeek, Melissa Jean Phillips. Resources", and all Bradford County a scholarship, prize money and plaques. .. ; "
Friday from Orange Park Hospital PTA Program Payne, Stephanie Redding, Michelle Among those assisting with the program junior high and high school students The last day to enter Is Friday,. .. :. .
where she received treatment for Principal Connie Clark welcomedan Rahme,Ann Baker,Elizabeth Payne, were Timmy Leith, Billy are eligible to participate in the local April 18. .
three days. overflow crowd of parents and Donna Dorminey and Brldgett Skeen, Bauldree Darren Whitehead, AngieHornbeekc speaking contest. For more Information contact GregAlvarez ;:
friends to the 1980 Physical Education The Limbo was done by the follow. Bridgett and Brenna Jim Faulkner, the Bradford SWCD secretary-treasurer for the.." 'K'
BirthdaysMrs. Program held on April 10 at the ing limber athletes:Michael Starling, Skeen. chairman, encourages the young peo- Bradford SWCD at 9646092.SCOTT .:.1., .
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Judy Archey celebrated her school.
birthday on April 11 with family Preceeding the program Mrs.
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members. Mazella Smith on behalf of the
Happy Birthday to Michael Starlingwho Nominating Committee presented the
turned 7 years old on April 13. '
John Underhill was 11 years old on Sil''CI-SfttIIC
April 16.Sandra.
Melton is celebrating her In Memory t
11th birthday today, April 17. FEATURE OF j
In memory of Aubrey Moore, who
Happy Anniversary passed away April 17, 1977. .. COMPLETER PIECES- 1 T
Harold and Alice Faye Waters "
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celebrated their 22nd Wedding An- Be gentle with him now, dear Lord 0 ttto ;
niversary on April 12. He was a gentle man you know FRYING PAN
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Judy VhilorsMrs. Gehron from Fort him InFor he was tired and full of woe. 2'/2" TEA KETTLE g

Lauderdale visited her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Give him your tender loving care A r, 1 I- [ i-1 i.e
Collins, periodically during l the past That shall make his spirit soar q -- .._.. ...
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about ten days. send a special thank feelAre
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by Elisabeth Terry Friends of Mrs. Thelma Harris, Ga.. visited their mother Mrs. R.H.' Mrs. Elsie
phone 732-3300 aunt of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett, Futch in Scruggs of Chlefland Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Brown
Bradford went
County Hospital few to her 10th birthday
Grace United on spent a days with her on Sunday.She went
Methodist! Our main regret to learn that she is a patient In Thursday.Deepest. brotherinlaw Atlantic Beach to visit John Tyson with her sister
and for lunch.
I
concern this week Is St. Vincents sister Mr. and Mrs. James and
prayer for Hospital and friends
our underwent on Sunday.
Is They all viewed Elizabeth
I NATION our sympathy extended to D. Kelly.Mr. Smyth returned home on
I OTHER LEADERS.PRESIDENT'and open heart surgery on Thursday.Our Mrs. George Shuford and family and and Mrs. R.W. Edwards of the Shriners Parade after which Sunday after two weeks spring vaca-
prayers are with her. We heard later other relatives in they enjoyed a picnic lunch outside. tion
the death of her hus Jacksonville with her
grandparents, Col. and
J Meetings of note: Terri Oglesby'g that she came through surgery fine. band. spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Mrs. Wm
I for prayer on Tuesday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell their mother Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. Palatka Wilson.
April Menear of Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Mr. and were Sunday dinner guests. of
122. Mrs.
The Stout Ladies each Monday Syracuse N.'II'l!: are the new couple their Daniel Wilkison and their mother. Mrs. 0..1. Anders. Mn.
cousin Mrs. Loco Whitten of They Nellie
daughter. Wilkinson
at Dana, of and Mrs.
J evening 7:30 p.m.in the Fellowship who bought Mrs. Joyce Bennett's Lake Butler Jacksonville all attended the funeral of Mr.
Easter George Daisy
on Boch
afternoon.
Hall. home. We are glad to welcome them Sunday were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Shuford Sunday afternoon. went with Mr. and Mrs.
1 The "Singers of Heart will be to Lawtey. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shawna Brown Buster Bennett and daughter Nancy
went to
Chief and Jacksonville
Mrs. to
Wayne Gustafson of Wilkison. spend the weekend
J ministering in music at LWCI Friends of Mrs. R.H. Futch and the with their
on Pensacola spent day with her
I April 27. regret are the proud parents of a Mr. and Mrs. Gene DuBois sister cousffl. Mrs. Elsie Bennett, and her
Also in a revival to learn that she Is and Miss
during the in Thomas
patient Bradford Sandy and
week of April 21-28 daughter Anna, weighing 9<4 IDS. family of Ohio visited their brother enjoyed a mother Mrs. Virginia Lastinger of
at County Hospital. Our bicycle which
I Springs Methodist and Worthington St. John's with her. prayers are Dobbs Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill and slater-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill her sister gave her for Holly HilL
and
I Methodist. great grandparents are Crouse and family,
Mrs. on their
Thelma to
Prevatt way
came from Mr. and
Mrs.
J Special Bible North Florida Arlle Dobbs both of Disney World on Saturday.
Study at the Regional
par- Hospital on Lawtey.Mr. .
sonage each Friday evening at 7:30 Friday and will be with her son-in-law and-Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Teston visited Starke I
Ricky Frick
and
sons their aunt, Mrs. Elementary
B BLast
|I p.m. We studied this past week about and daughter Mr. and Mrs. L.H. of Pe1lll cola visited their uncle and the home of her Thelma Prevail at News
the differences in kingdoms of Harper Starke, for some time. aunt,''Mr. and Mrs. Hermie son-in-law and -
Kelly on daughter.Mr.
,
and
Mrs.
heaven. God light Mrs. Ronnie L.H. Harper
darkness, Dyer of Rldgewood, Saturday.Mrs. week's Math In Ms. from
In Starke superstars the Health
weed's on
|seir..Next study Fla. Sunday afternoon. Department C or
will be was a your
on Sunday'dinner guest of Edna Cason Cissy's 4th
of Jacksonville grade are:
is Sherry
Mrs. John Mack. personal
Friends lye Sr. physician. We will
,
of God, Children of God her parents Mr. and Mrs.Thomas gave a birthday make a
D.
1 Babes in Christ Sons of God and the, Chastain and family. and spending some time with her brother party on Saturday at her home for her Nicole Ricky Kimutii. Mary Alice Howls copy of the birth certificate to keep
sister-in-law Mr. and Johnson and Bell. for
Mrs. Tammy
Arlie two grandchildren our files and the
impact these have the Mrs. Linda John Etta, immunization
upon
Body. Boatright returned Dobbs. The
M The Choir should attend home from St.Lukes daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tye following children made 100 record will become part of the child's
every practice Hospital Friday Mr.George D. percent on their in
Kelly and son,Dave Jr. who was 8 old spelling our third permanent health record
the next few after years and Tracey at the
weeks
having had
as we are cur- on Thurs- of
grade
surgery Jacksonville attended the Masters Talley.. daughter of Mr. and Lange Arts class: Brian school.:
randy taping for a day. Our Mrs.
planned radio prayers are with her. Golf
ggram. pro- Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Tournament in Augusta, Ga., on Tommy Talley of Jacksonville who Brantley Shawna On SaL May 10,there will be tables
Boyette Jr. and Blom
and Renee
Saturday Thomas
Sunday. was 2 old. The Mitch Gray. set at the Bradford
yean other up
family, Mrs. grandparents Square Shopping
O.J. Boyette, Sr. of Lake Laura Johna
Mr. and Mrs. Stills Janie
Casey Dobbs of Mr. and Mrs. J. and Allen Center from 10 a.m. until
Lawtey Little League Association City Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette and Jacksonville B. Talley of Porter. 2 p.m.
sponsoring Men's Church family of were Saturday dinner Starke.were also present. They had a for those of you who work during the
Slow Pitch Macclenny and Mr. and guests of their The First Ald/CPR
Mr. and Workshop will
parents Mrs. week and
hamburger fry and cannot to the
Softball Tournament Mrs. then served birth- get school to
( Thursday. Friday Robery Joyner and
family of
Arlie Dobbs. day cake and ice begin Thursday April 17 and continue come and register
and cream. child for
Elementary 18 and 19. Jacksonville were Easter Sunday din- Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCully enjoyeda Mr. and Mrs. Monday April 21,Thursday April 24, Kindergarten. Again your,
Place Jimmy Hogan and please bring
{ : Lawtey ner guests of Mr. and
ball Mrs.
field Robert
J"Cobble Field". Concession Manning and family of fishing trip at Ray's Landing in Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hogan of Jacksonville Monday April 27, Thursday May 1 with you your child's birth certificate
stand Macclenny. and
Georgetown near Crescent Monday May 5. The consultant and
City on visited immunization
,
their record.
open all games with fried chicken dinner Mr. and Mrs. Jim Haga and family and brottier-in-Iaw and will be Cliff ehapman
Saturday
Sunday. EMT.
They Time of We
of caught a sister Mr. and Mrs. Doss are hoping to register as
Saturday only. Hollywood Fla. Higgin- many
were Sunday din- big mess of fish. the workshops will be 7-10 The
botham p.m. Kindergarten
I old, on Sunday.Col. children as
Friends of Mrs. Luther Hillard ner guests Rev. and Mrs. David Robert G. and friend workshops will be held at the possible
Kelly Miss Vo-Tech
.
and Mrs. during this week In
Wm order
Wilson to
I to learn Brown and visited help the
regret that she Is attended
a patient in services with Mary Ellen Walters of Jacksonville School. Call David Smith at 964-8150 school
1st. their brother-in-law and to : better plan for and order
Lukes Hospital Our them on Sunday.Mr. sister Mr.
prayers are were register.Mrs. .
dinner
Sunday guests of his and Mrs. materials for
Hal the
Iwith Hamilton children
her. .and of Jacksonville next
Mrs.Arle year.
Blevlns of .
Lenox. parents Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Kelly. on Sunday. TeUtone's class: welcomes Your cooperation in getting the
Victor Favela
from Mexico. children registered
early this
Scott Allen and Train Blye are will be greatly appreciated. year
celebrating their birthdays this

month. Menu April 21.25
The week of May 5-10 is being set Planned by 4th grade

aside for Spring Registration of Monday: Sloppy Joe on bun but-
ttttlI.e children who will be in Kindergartennext tered corn,
potato
chips, peaches,
PORCElAIN-CLAD fall. You may come by the school milk.:

4 any time between a.m. and 4 p.m. Tuesday: Chicken & rice mixed
THE WEEK PIECE ir SQUARE that week to register your child.Your vegetables!, cheese toast,orange jelloWednesday
child MUST be 9 years old on or w fruit, mt k.
GRIDDLE before Dec. 1, I960 In order to attend : Fish portions cheese

BUY THE SILVERSTONE Kindergarten next fall.Previously we grits steamed cabbage,celery& car-

COMPLETER PIECES AT ONLY could accept children who were 5 rot ads, cherry cake cobbler, hush
$599 Y yean old on or before Jan. 1, but this puppies milk.Thursday .
OUR SPECIAL LOW PRICES is no longer true. Now they must be 5 : Spaghetti w meat sauce,
on or before Dec.
1. cheese sits cabbage slaw, apple
To help make the registration proceed crisp French bread, milk.
as quickly as possible please br- Friday: Bar-b-cue:
on bun garden

:i ,_ ;6Q-\Pf.fi\ ;tB; PANTRY PRIDEpR1CES1 ing with and you your immunization child's birth record certificate cake salad milk.French fries,strawberry short


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TOMATOES I 1 I LAUNDRY $13V |: :NOTltlH>AoI / Bradford Middle School News I

16oz CAN I I DETERGENT THROUGH MAY 10 PANTRY Dates to remember The BMS Alternative
WITH THIS COUPON tMIJHS APR 17 THHU WOO I I I PRIDE WILL BE HOLDING THE April 17 5th six weeks ends today. Education
WITH THIS Program under
COUPON
l AHM 13 IW I LIMit It-OUPON JR THURS APR If THRU 'to. LINE the direction of Mr.
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I OF
UITSLAL CIS PANTRY April 24 Report cards home
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__. .: : :. ..TOBACCO :: ___ ..: L__': :':: TOBACCOpRRODUCTsLACIUDED:. :,,:, :: .:.:___ 412 PRIDE BRAND ITEMS. April 29 Talent Show sponsored by April Pete Powell..The,program began a new called project the Peer on
the Jr. Beta Club will be held at 12:45 Facilitator Training
Program Is
in the BMS gym with admission 25 sored and directed by the Corner spon
cents There will also be
an evening Drug Store from Gainesville. The
SiTr. activity -
tams performance at 7:30: In the BMS gym will be
every Monday and
HYGRADE WEST VA. BRAND admission $1. All proceeds will go to Wednesday 2nd period. The
CENTER CUT SMOKED t the American Cancer purpose
Society. Is to teach students how to get along
PORKCHOPS' '$139 with one another and it looks to be
'.,..-'. The I960 8th grade trip to Disney very Interesting.,.
orld will be May 17. Letters were M......April 2125Mondays
SAVE 60' A LB sent home this week to 8th grade Bar-b-cued
: chicken
on
parents concerning this event. bun macaroni salad
on lettuce
green
Parents who wish their students
to go lima beans, carrot
SMOKED WHOLE OR / should sign and return the permission milk. stix peaches
HALF SLAB note to the school office immediately.
SLAB y The 8th Parent Tuesday: Hamburger gravy, mash-
Association Chair-
ed
potatoes, turnip
greens apple
man, James Fender, announced that crisp, cornbread, milk.
BACONSMALLER the 8th grade class made
$1300
over
a Wednesday: Turkey pot pie, tossed
SIZES LB with their candy sale In January. .salad potato banana milk.
68 PER POUND SAVE 30' A LB Money will be used to assist In paying Thursday Fred chicken, potato
PURE FLORIDA for their trip and to go with the class salad buttered
HOOD OR HALF GALLON 30' A LB to BUS. Prize winners for most candy green peas, applesauce
hot rolls milk.
1 LB PKG. SPARESAVE sold were: 1st place, Beth Underhill
FYNE TASTE SLICED ORANGECARTON ; Friday: Fish buttered grits, cab-
MEATBOLOGNA $119 (: .88 2nd Gerald place, Richie Fender; 3rd place bage slaw,fruit cup cornbread,milk.
RIBS sTv Petteway. Other prize win
JUICE LB ners were: David Young Shane

Mvtjr.tuiouMiMiwootiHac Johnson, George Davis, Rebecca Kingsley Lake Seniors
Lamphiear. Mr. Fender wants to To Organize Club
SAVE 40' $119
Country Sausage. .
thank: all parents and students who
All
FREEZER AVI ir MC HKf D 9QUAM 1VKU persona In the Kingsley Lake
helped make the sale
24oz PKG. 2 LB PKG. Cooked Ham. . $188 success. Mr. Fender candy also extends a great to area meet over at 55 years of age are invited
11
LYKES BUDGET QUEEN a.m. today (Thursday.

SMOKED $149 DINNERS $1138 MVI Mvtw JT 1 a "l-;:: . $138 special Underhill and appreciation office and the staff BMS(Dewey to administration Mrs.McKinney Joan-- April Center.organize 17)Purpose a in Senior the Kingsley of the meeting Lake Civic is to

Citizens Club
SAUSAGE CHARLBROIL BEEF PATTIES. Meat Weiners $148lAVf Buddy Paterson, Mary Cissy. meet to
MANSIZE BEEF PATTIES. SLICED . Josie Williams and Marian Douglas). regularly to enjoy crafts,games
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and
50'S TURKEY A GRAVY. SALISBURY SAVE 40' lAVf IV CUP HAM other activities.
S. SPAGHETTI MEATBALLS
Axelrods Yogurt 88
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IN THE. CIRCUIT. LENOTICE GALS; .., ..J I. .- ... ." ... ." L


COURT EIGHTH and WITNESS the seal my of hand this OFINTENTION Hon. Any bid accepted or School Board Architect, '-110 on Iron pipe for customary .... (action to Its approval of the. 'm.nt under the National't fenvlronmentol ; /

JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Court on April 1, 1980. contract awarded shall prior to obtaining Bid. point of beginning.. From release of funds and acceptance Policy Act 'W
FLORIDA. IN Gilbert S. Brown. As TO REGISTER be to the lowest responsible Documents, written the) point of beginningthus Dated' this '8th day of of the certification.only 1969 (PL ".'90)). --,: 'U
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AND FOR BRAD Clerk of the Court By: FICTITIOUS bidder meeting the certification that h. described, continue April, 1980. If It ,I. on one of th* '- <**
FORD COUNTY. Beulah M. Moody, NAME prequallflcatlon require'meets meets the following North Eighteen ((18)) .following bases: (a) That the The reasons for .uch deei
Deputy Clerk stated herein and minimum. requlromanfe: degrees and Thirty-five lucid Sriuford City Clerk certification was not In fact sloe not to pr.po.'I1ich:

Civil Action Case No. 4/3// 4tchg 424.NOTICE Pursuant. to Section requirements of the law 1. Sucesstully' perforated ((33): ) minutes West along 4/17 2tchg 4/24 executed by the chief .*- statement. etc as fallows

80144. 869.09 Florida Statutes. and State Board of similar projects, In sold Westerly boundary. i *cutlv* officer or other officer L'! ml
IN RE: THE MAR. notice Is hereby given Education.. scope and nature. Submit One. Hundred Twenty-. of the City of Stark approved This project doesn1w

RIAGE OF BILLY B. that the undersigned Each bid must be oc- list of Owners of pro- Five ((129)) feet to an Iron TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES by HUD or, (b) that oderselyalfect the..qualitylth !

ALLEN. Husband and Kathy Rogers, P. O. Box ""componled by a certified -. pipe; thence l South. GROUPS AND PER- the City of Stark.'. environmental -, hunter IP nvlropm*!ifd
JOY F. ALLEN Wife 2., Contractor must. Seventy-one1 ((71) SONS review record '
902 Starke. Fla. 32091, check cashier's check or : : '
ORINTENTION doing' business' under the bid bond In the amountof have been an approved degrees and Twenty-five for the project Indicates An'; Environmental Review :

NOTICEOF firm name of (CATS S% of the base bid as roofer far a minimum of ((35)) minutes West One On or about May 9. 1980 omission of a required decision Record respecting the within
ACTIONTO TO REGISTER PLACE 108 E. Call Street guarantee that the bidder five ((5)) years by one of Hundred Ninety-nine the City of Stark. will request ,. finding ore step op. project| .toe. .bn mod. by '
FICTITIOUS the following manufacturers ,and 'Blghiy.Five Hundredths pllcabl to the In the.-the .City of Stark. which
Starke, Florida, 32091, Intends If awarded the contract the U. I. Departmentof project / ; I
: Joy F. Allen c/o NAME Celotex 5 ((199.89)) feet to environmental .. ."'document Ih. ...vlronm. !
to register sold fictitious will within ten ((10)) ; Byrd Housing and Urban. review pro.cms. ; "-
Joe July 630 / name under the consecutive calendar Son: Johns-Monvllle. : .an Iron piper thence Development to release Objections must beV ,sal' review of/ the project and
McKinley, Sand Springs Pursuant to Section provisions of aforesaid days after written notice Certlnteed Industries; South Eighteen.. ((18)) Federal Funds under Title I prepared and submitted "bvi fa I more fully sets forth the !

Okliihonia 74063 865.09,, Florida Statutes, statute. being given of such 'i,. O.A.P. degrees and Thirty-Five of the Housing and Community accordance with the re K Treasons why such Statement

notice Is hereby given Kathy. Rogers, owner. award enter Into .a written -3. Bidders must have a ((35) minutes, East Development Act of quired procedcur ((24 'CFH'* .Is not required. This Environmental i

YOU ARE HEREBY that the undersigned Dated this 17th day of Contract" with the fully operational. office parallel. with said. 1974 (PL 93-383)) for the Part 58)) and may be aaV/ Review Record i
NOTIFIED that an action Dorothy Bishop, Rt. I. April A.D. 1980 In Brad- School Board of Bradford within seventy-five ((75)) Westerly boundary. One following project: dressed to HUD at U. S. HUB" Is on file at the City Hall and
for dissolution of Boa 641 Stark, Fla.. miles of Starke Florida. Hundred Twenty-five Jacksonville Is available for >
ford County. 4/17, 4tpdADVERTISEMENT County In accordancewith Target Area I for Area Office public examination
marriage has been filed 32091 and Cheryl f.Strickland. The Board '(125))feet to Iron and
5/1. the accepted bid reserves an pipe; rehabilitation of the 661 Riverside Avenue, copying upon
and you are required to Rt. 1. BaitIOOF and give a contract surety the right to waive Informalities thence North Seventyone neighborhood Jacksonville. Florida. 322O4.: request at the Community

serve a copy of your Stark, Fla. 32091 bond satisfactory to in any bid and to (71)) degrees .and signified No. Iln the City of Objections to the release of Development O'"co' between .

written defenses, if any, doing business under the AND INVITATIONTO said Board ,In. an amount accept any bid which Twenty-five ((25)) minutes Stark funds on. basis other than the hours of 8:30 and

coil on I ho petitioner' firm name EXERCISE oTHE/ BID equal! la 100% of the they consider to be In East. One Hundred for a total cost of$350,000.An those stated above will not .3:00., :.
attorney whose name UNICORN STARKE FLORIDA contract. price. their' best Interest and to Ninety-nine' and Eighty. be considered by HUD. No _
and address Is J. J. STUDIO. 128 East Call No bidder reject any and all bids live Hundredth (199.85)) Environmental Review objection received after No further environmental 1

WOLBERT JR., P. O. Street Stark, Fla. Sealed bids will be withdraw his bid for may a School Board of Bradford ,feet to point of beginn Record re.pecllnillh.within May 2, 1980. will be considered review of such. project! Is

Box 1086. Slarke. 32091 said Intends fictitiousnam toregister received by the School period of thirty ((30) days County Florida. ing. B.lnll'oca'ed' In Section project| has been mode by by HUD. proposed to b* conducted

Florida 32091. on or Board of Bradford County after the date set for the Starke, Florida. Ten ((10)), Township the City' of Stark which Jerry Wadsworth. prior to the request for
before May 21, 1980, under the provisions Florida at the office of opening thereof.All Thomas L. Casey, Jr., Seven. ((7)) South Range documents the envlronmen- Director release of Federal Funds.

and file the original of afor.saldstatute. the Superintendent In work shall be doneIn Superintendent. 'Twenty-two ((22)) East. tal review of the project| Community DevelopmentCity
with I the clerk of I Ms S. andCheryl the School Board accordance with the 4/3 3tchg 4/17. Bradford County This Environmental Review Hall. 'All interested. agencies,

court either before service Dorothy F. Strickland Bishop. Administration. Building Prolect Manual and Con Florida. Record Is on file at the City Starke, Fla. 32091 groups and persons

on petitioner's( attorney Owners. 52B North Temple tract Documents relative IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. At public sole, to thehlgho.t Clerks Office, City Hall andIs Itchg 4/17 disagreeing with this decision
or immediatelythereafter Avenue, Starke. Floridaup thereto as prepared. by EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR available lor public examination TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES are invited. to submit
Doled this 17th day of and best bidder
I : otherwise a to 7.30 p.m., on Mon Craig Salley and CUIT. IN AND FOR BRAD. and copying GROUPS AND PERSONS written. comments for consideration .
April A.D. 1980 In Bradford for cash at the East frontentrance
will be
judgment County. 4/17 4lpd' day April 21. 1980. at Associates, Inc. A.I.A.. FORD COUNTY FLORIDA of the Bradford upon request. : by the Clty Je-9!$
entered for the relief CASE NO 79-579-CA
which time and place all Architects. Project office of the Community
SIB: County Courthouse inStark.
dnninnded" in the petition bids received will be Manual and ContractDocum.nt. Florida The City of Stark will FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT Development Director? *iAi
at 11:00In
publicly opened and may be examined TUCKER BROS.. INC., a the forenoon undertake the project| EFFECT: written comments shoulcttfe'
read aloud for the furnithlng at the Bradford Florida. corporation I. 1980. on May described above with Block received at City Hall) cmpr

of all materials County School Board Office Plaintiff I Grant funds from the U. S. The City of Stark, before May. 2. 1980. Altsilh",

and labor for the following Starke, Florida or vs GILBERT S. Department of Housing and Florida. proposes to request comments so rec.lv/f't, ;/: vfi\r
project In. Bradford. may be obtained .at the JAMES BROXTON Clerk BROWN. Urban Development (HUD) the U. S. Deportment of be considered and trniAp;
E. of the Circuit Court
I Jaya (5Ioucr County) : office of the Architect 01 COOPER and DEBRA J. By Beulah M. under Title 1 of the Housingand Housing and Urban Hall will not requedl!'**

3911 Newberry Road. COOPER his wife, Moody Community Development Development to release release of Federal funcfsW
leg. Real Ettatt Broker Deputy Clerk.
REROOFING Gainesville, Florida. Defendants Act of 1974. The City Federal funds under Tltl* 1 take any administrative be'*

150 W. Call St. BRADFORD COUNTY Two sets of Project HAROLD B. HAIMOWITZ of Stark Is certifying to of the Housing and Community tion on the within prttjeVA

4 Stark HIGH SCHOOL Manual and forms for NOTICE OF SALE P.A., Lawrence J. Bernard HUD that the City of Stark ) Development Act of prior to the date spectflecHn.
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964-5527 CAFETERIA AND bidding may be securedby Notice Is hereby given 1001 Blackstone and Merrill Edwards In his 1974 (PL 93.383)) to b* used the preceding ..nt.n oo-.t.,2(

L HAMPTON AND Contractors from the that pursuant to an Bldg. Jacksonville, official capacity as Clerk for the following project: Jerry Wads worth, DirecMA
BROOKER ELEMENTARY office of the Architect by order or .a final judgmentof Florida 32202. consent to accept the Community.. Development.

2 Trailer Pork. Special SCHOOLS depositing therewith the foreclosure entered In 904.632-2010 jurisdiction of the Federal Target. Area 1 Stark, FlaJ3.?!9fi!"
the
Fenced sum of TwentyFiveDollars above-coptloned action 4/10 2tchg 4/17 courts If an action Is brought Rehabilitation for rehovlllto- *ir.rifl3:
II trailers 6
0'1 trailer park Appro acres I will sell the
Any bid received .after ($29.00)). property to enforce responsibilities' tion of the neighborhood' 4/17 I 21chg /2.
"If)
trailer, II trailer, 2 BR frame house, barn .
01 I park op the and situated In Bradford
time The
specified deposit from Contractors relation to environmental signified No. 1 In the City of MJtO
pro 22 acres fenced poitureland. LARGE down pay. date will not be con will be refunded County, Florida NOTICEOF reviews, decision making Stark for a total cost of 3
ment Owner will finance, balance. sidered. submission of described as: SPECIAL ELECTION 350000.
upon r- and action: and that these
a We Handle Rentals Bids will be tabulated bona fide bid and return responsibilities hove been Each ounce f-

'2 BR unfurnished house. and evaluated by the of said Project Manual.. Commence. al the City o/Lawtey/ Fla. satisfied. The legal effect of It has been determinedthat liquor contal""O
Superintendent of/ Bradford good condition within. Southwest corner of sold such
for
01' unfurnished the certification. Is that request
04 BR. 2' Ba Home.apartment. County) School Board ten ((10)) days after date Section Ten ((10)), and run TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Its approval City of Storke upon release of funds will not one calorie fo-&J,&

'3 BR LAKE HOUSE Furnished Feb. May. or a member or set for the opening of North Eighty-nine) ((89)) : may use the Block Grant constitute an action
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYwarehouse members of his staff or bids. If the Contractor degrees and Twenty-' funds. and HUD will have significantly affecting th.qu..lity vary degree oT.'wn
other Individual, or individuals desires more than. two eight (28)) minutes East, Notice Is hereby given satisfied Its of the human en
I on US 301. Air. conditioned, offices. Great i I designated by sets of Project Manuals. along the Southerly that a special election will under the responsibilities National. Environmental vironment and accordingly proof. -. :..,'..If1
location boundary thereof Three be held on June 3, 1980 In
these may be obtainedby Policy Act of the City of Starke has decided : : .qA
I Tackle and Bait, business Large inventory him.At Thousand Four Hundred. the City of Lawtey Florida.
the next regular. or paying the cost of 1969. HUD will ob not to prepare an. Environmental
One block in downtown Starke. for the Fifteen. and The accept an : ..N
city lust waiting special meeting of the duplication and handling Five Tenths(34IS.S purpose of said electionIs Impact. State- .. ,
right i business Great opportunity' for downtown mall Board or at a designated which will not be ( feet), more or to fill the unexplred term I
I large warehouse approx 6000 sq ft. Needs roof and i meeting thereafter, the refundable.' less, to the Westerly of Councilman Ben Mc-

repairs Has floor and standing, walls bids, as so opened Subcontractors. and boundary of the right of Culley.Interested. .,i1
INVESTORS DREAM tabulated and material' suppliers may' way of State Road 100;

Income Property Will, Pay For Itself evaluated and the purchase. Project thence North Eighteen persons may U

0'1 small apartment complex. Handyman special' 4 ran recommendation of the Manuals for the cost of ((18)' degrees and Thirty. quality) at the City' Hall, City

al units, possibly, S Superintendent of Bradford duplication and handling five ((35)) minutes West of Lawtey Florida from

0' small frame house County) School Board which will not be along said Westerly noon April 28. 198O through
and the School Board Architect refundable.All boundary One Thousand noon May" 12 1980 Persons
0'1 large frame house Needs repairs Residents or 4 .
I regarding them bidders interestedIn One Hundred qualifying. must meet the requirements 'MrWiUCJ" '
apartments ((4 BR. 4 BA)
0'1 2 BR frame house. Apartment on side., Zoned commercial shall be presented to the this work must submitto Svnty-sin 'and Two of the City Only/ t
Board for Its considera- the office of the Hundredths. (1176.02)). Charter and pay the I
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NEW LISTINGS

02 BR I Ba LR. Kit,' on each side duplex brick land REALTYROBERTSREAL

scoped yard it.

03 BR I Bo Greenhouse Zoned Commercial, REAL .... t
02 Apartments Downstairs 3 BR 2 Ba Upstairs living Ralph Bryan Real! Estate ESTATE I CIU PHONE 964-7776

Quarters Rent will help pay mortgage. i 988 N. Temple Ave. TER'WUUGA* 205 N. Tempi Stork I IWE

310 W. Call St. Starke Starke 964-7827
Please call us to list your property.
881B '
RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH
John E. Glover (Co,. US 301 a CHI Street; 98a- ESTATE See Classified Ads let u. help you with PEOPLE '
your llnonclng..Form.r's
Reg. Real Estate BrokerLu Horn*
Green Sanders Associate, VISIT US AT OUR NSW LOCATION I For Listings Adm.. VA. FHA Conventional or Rand Program. 0'T
ACROSS MOM WESTERN AUTO.

Interest rates bothering youF SPECIAL ..

Check with us Private Property Week 3 Bedroom Ranch I '/ balht.
YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A 4% LOAN! April t3-19. HBO Coal Eat-In

I Kitchen C.n/raIH.at, A IC units, ponei/erf/ ,
9't'
Jrvtd < v carperW, garage paved driveway Conveinlen
NEW HOMES PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS PROTECT THEM! b FIORIIAND fo SovffMid
Elementary
Wl ARE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF SEVERAL

Realtor' 6ia.. GOOD BUILDERS. WE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH HOUSE REALTY School. . . . . . . $32.900. .
Office 7823931NEW I isomer
782.3196OOn. PLANS AND FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS. Our services
Phone 964.7700
Acre 301 with cost nothing--.the builders I '
an you pay Comp'lnfarma.FAULKNER 393 N. Temple Avenue + + + ft * * If,'
septic end well. Very pret Lion on the new COUNTY BOND [L] .

LISTING ty. $4,000. << 'j'
HAMPTON AREA '
:
Far The
Innovator
Lawtey: 3BR. I bath HEADQUARTERS LOTS ACREAGE RERLTY !3&4.SD&SREALTOR 20 Acres, $1100 per TtS4
frame on very shady lot '10 \o\;0 ad.d. FOREST HGT$. Restricted V ecre lets S2.50O end up 2* acre, : prime tiersc, mile on railroad 40' on Rd.:

close to elem, school pet. down 5 yrt. at f Vfc' pet. In?. ...... .J 1 1/2 acre I lot, $300 dawn, # 100 Suitable for shopping center Industrial park

Very nice. '10 Ac. $18.000 10- On. ROLLING HILLS) (Soyleis Hwy). 1 acre end up. $3.500 end $50 month pmts. # or housing development (operas. 3 lots per acre) .<<

'10 Ac. 540.000 Beautiful up 10 pet. down S YR. et 10 pet. Int. 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone # 53071. .In acre owner will finance 2000 down ...

Stand of Pines. 020 ACRES! Forsyth Rd.. with barn, well pump ..ptlc.nd GRAHAM <<

'IN LAWTEY' Block from '20 Ac. Fenced. Exe. electricity. $33.0OO termi. SUPPORT PRIVATE PROPERTY WEEK -APRIL 13-" *4 1/2 acro.. $1385 per # * * <,<

school. 9';ciom* onr' Failure S.c0.000. NORTH OF LAWTEYl 2'/i ecres, $5.000. acre, FOR THE DISCRIMINATING

ac. Lot $2.SOO. S tiers, $ ,000 FHA-VA 5 Cenv. Financing Available 17 acres $1100 per ecre.LAWTSYl .
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY Only 20 pet. dawn and Beautiful Hampton lake lot. . .SIS.OOOCountry :
'3 Acres with Small Lake. COMMERCIAL I INCOME PROPERTY Club lot 180' s 303'$10.000 *
to own an extra nice 5 years et 10 pet. Interest

fenced Hurry only piece of Income producing -3 acres and up. $3,000 per acre, 12 pet. dawn 9% pet. fenco-$15.000.Washington St.. let with building 5 chain (link *29 acres, $1100 per acre, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES atis

$12.500. property liDO ft. ',,'.r..t. with 3 old .Croat from
iq -Store building downtown, Call St. Over :WOO yr. plantedpines. property across Holiday Inn Owner fin.
home with 900 sq. ft. rental '10 acre. pines. S22.000 and $24,000. 12 pet. down *'/ f_. lt.500 Terms. e'Store a opts. 301 $27,500. Owner financed.
square
NEED FOUR BEDROOMS? en 2.60 ac. In Stark. pet. Interest.US 1* acres $1500 per acre.se 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. en. Rd. 16 E Owner financed.

Call today! Owner retiring $46.500 REDUCED to 301 N. 34 acres, 1340 en :301. $54.500 terms. ACREAGI 10 acres, $1485 per acre.e' Home (commercial) I cottage $22.500 Owner Inenced.
and moving $27,000. S5>.900. ISO acres all or part. MAKE AN OFFER! -:Hwy -"'ul"ul 77 ecres, enly $50,500., very s'3 buildings on Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed.

301 North. T all Motel Lawley OFFERING APPROX. 800 acres In various location.! good tepee.50.cres. Marion* Owner. financed. *3 BR. 38500. 10 pet. .404 N. Cherry 2 large furnished! Apts. Owner fin.
County
Ann W. Rieske. Associate Eves/Wkends 44 5223 down, fair mortgage rote.. w$500. ma Income 4 rentals Call 5 Bay $35.0OO.
'4 acres. Hwy 225, .goad land. Improved pasture,, o- I''
COMMERCIAL fenced S2.7SO, per ec... ; large Apt. complex 301, good cash Mow. Owner II4.T
LOOKING FOR :301 FRONTAGE WE HAVE OVER 1 MILE i *
-21 ecres Hwy :301 South, good 'rante,.. Evenings Please call ACREAGE ,I
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED-IK TOWN AND
OUT I ./5 ..... with 40 .... 12''i 70' MH end
pecan I. Vernle '* I ecre large two home
P. Odom, Broker story lewtey $21.000 Owner (NiQ 1
JACK COURJNA Y & ASSOC.. Inc. HOMES 2 MH hookups. : GRI Phone <''.'476. *2.6 acres Hompt9n $5,500 Owner financed. C
-30 eC... liafff weeded haH Improved pasture 5.5 .
Licensed Real, Estate Broker NEAR COUNTRY CLUB 5rlck veneer 4 5R, 2 .beth, f.. .oed lecatl_. Creek /.._ge. Pearl Andrews V44-773 ."acres near Presbyterian.. Church Hospital. 39000.
with fireplace CH/A. double garage, large lot. $57.700. acres Oriffis Loop timber $10.500 Owner fin
Slate, Certified, Builder t ;
HOMES e. 13 301 a '
EXCELLENT CONDITION! Great lacatl_. 3 M 2 bath acres Morgan RaVSITOOO Owner fin. e
block with FR, CH/A. en nice .lot 40000. TWO STORY freme house en Coll Street. 5 reams. 20 acres 301 N. Railroad prime Owner fin
LAKEFRONT 2 "baths. 13 acres > 117.000teu;. Baptist Church Rd. C
BRAND NEW:4 III. -2 beth. "'"'""'! CH/A. with
100 ft. on lake Hampton Lovely wooded lot in prestigearea. fireplace $45.500. ''Y' --HAM"'ON' : 5R. IB on. 3 ecres with nice/ fish *2 acres Home off rd_ 125 .barn fenced $24.900. ,
514.7SO. Owner financing. Good pond. $24.MO. T.r..... 10
terms acres 4 BR 2 Ba brick. Rd. 125 Home with
TWO STOIIYlrlck/w..d..4 M,, .1% beth walking -1 bedroom. I beth f...... en nice' ..... Owner te 12 acres .,". 225 extras.
ACREAGE distance to town.. $41.SO.' anxious to sell. 117.IOO.r...... offer. C L AR I( 14 acres BraWnlee Nice home 3 BR 2 Be COMA 43500.
Rd.'l IR 2 Be CH5A 544.500.
CHRISTIAN ST.l 2 8R black 100.,7SIot. $25.000.
3 Acre parcels fronting en SR 21. toned residential. These -2% ere 2 ER. I bath PRICE REDUCED to $15.500. IIK"LTO" 4 acres Neat 2 IR 1 Ba off Rd.
beautiful tracts of heavily wooded rolling land are KINCSLEY LAKE Brick) duplex 90 It. on water $54,500. Three .bedroom. 2 beth llvlne ream:, dining ream.- 125 $32.000., A.

investments for Individuals or builder developer excellent CROSBY LAKRi2: 5R freme, 45 ft. en weter. S3V.OOO. kitchen, breekfest nook, family room. CH/Achaltt lots FO l vf3TMENr _
.
From $13.300. Owner Financing Terms eicellent. STRAWBERRY ACRES Country Estete. ..... 2-story Cape link fenced ,.rd. several pecan end fruit trees, flRSTTlM1 -7 Trailer lots Irawnlee Rd.,' $ .ooo per lot 20% down.
Cod on 14 .beautiful fenced ecres. fenced 5 crass-fenced posture. Can'be bought with ON THE MARKET .I sere, well tank else. pump house'vtll.blda..5OO.

BUILDING LOTS LAWTIYi Rd. 225 2 8* frees.. 2 cc.., $15.125. 3% er 7V4 ..... Tens In 20 years 3 .bedroom, let 4 Sutler Court $390.

Magnificent '/, acre lots with lake view Near Keystone RD 225AI New 2 II. with great ream end 1I.lac.SOUTHGATE, 2BR. I Both, family ream, carpet. 1% baths, fenced yard ferB.autlullat near Country Club 200'..I24' $5.500 Rd. 230 ,

From $2.f50. Owner financing. CH/A en 4 .c.... Tractor end disk harrow Included.. Nice comer..... 8,5OO.. Terms ,, the. kids $25,500.OWNER Commercial n.lt.o Terwlllegar Realty IM/mltV./ 1 )

$45.000. HOMESlTES" Hempton Oaks' lot #25 $7500 pretty'frees' Owner fine s
COMMERCIAL HAMPTON. S BR frame comer lot. c...... In. $l".200. FINANCED 'Call St. commercial 235' x 84' $19.800 Owner i

Camm.rclallot. an SR 100 near Keystone. $9,950. Owner MANY MANY OTHERS I IDON'T 0 Crosby. Lake.restricted home.lles', brokerownerTerms. 3 bedroom country home. .lessen Rd.trees-lest neighborhood $4000 Owner fin.fla.4.".

financing. 8E SORRY YOU DIDNT CALL .> '. i ie. eu 3 acres, living room, .3 Country Club lets t "AcrAeech $4050 each
Owner
tew'S.'R flnr
.,3 ..... $2.000. In '
dining kltch.n.C.II
ream, St.
HOMES a2 .lots In rlty paved street. .$5,500 excellent. $22,500. commercial, 100' x.,190' $9.900 Owner! fI.... :

Furnished model garden home In All WOODS. Golf M..y. 'rlcI.y 9. S...... $Saturday 12Evenings terms* "' C7I8 PREFERRED HOMIS }
Laura St. Completely
swimming tennis end trails. A new In lake end. Sundeye by appointment RtTIIEMENT HOME Remodeled $37.100.,
concept I APARTMENTS FOR RENT C43I:
Center SI. :3 BR | Si Walk ..... *
region living. On Bill fairway. .Available.Peul Well beet 1 ........tit Ibeth "..he..ln.IOO. .
Property M41nave-tlefwlc. CJ1320 Johns Dry .
EVININOSi home convenient, toeverything. 10AiQ nq.4restebllshed: eree I.. tow,..
I Ralph P. Bryan Realtor 40 ft. stick extras.CHes .
Custom designed law maintenance, efflclen S2I.500.WEEKEND .
energy 44-4208 H. PeulknerReeHertesen It elll Edwards Rd. 1 BR I B
brick home. Two 8R 2 bath CHBA 1 Acre.
2 carport with 250' frontage .
M. PeulbnerReetterlveitlnase DBesf ,
en n Wayne[. DouglasIrokorSaleimen lllllen C.PeersoflBrekerSekserMH RETREAT neighborhood. 1301: Soaring J BR 28 CHtA .
fairway Keystone His. Golf Co....... Under con 4-50M DMove garage
struction. On e crystal clear. .lake,. Right /In Comfortable home 130B Pratt.

44-453 5 Office Meneger4443I REALTOR ASSOCIATES Isuge esreened patch end (D5I w _ral.nd 2 IR I aium.S1S.MW. Owner fin.

P. O. SOX 1354 Irene f.vlknerEe4$142veil. lets:: el trees. $35.500. OL.k.lt. Ocele Block trees-$27.500. Owner Inenced.eerier .

M.............. 961.095Jvlle Associates
Keystone Hgts, Fa.| 32656 Jude Moody Nevis S.Word Vicki Pewef' | L. GrIffI...M. *4e74WEDOAPPRAHAIS PhilIp W. Clerk Byron TIII..r Martha Dense

(904) 473-7080 \Asseclete /BrekerSelesnmnte4754 Associate R_(_ VickieNorman After rlevrs 782-3397
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TELEGRAPH PagellA

Lawtey Mayor Resigns Because Of Job Conflict I Lewis Hersey

Lawtey 1Ia Ben Samples Life At
McCulley resigned as i a member of ford After County receiving High t School system.at- thus creating a 2-2 vote. McCuUey The Citadel
the Lawtey City Comnbmmlssloner at the then voted for Scott.
end the torney Richard Welty that he could The board then authorized clerk CHARLESTON, S.C., Lewis
rd meeting.Monday night April 7, vote In the election of a new mayor- Lucille Shuford to call a special election / Martin Hersey, of Starke, was one of

,.;Recited a conflict with a Job be Is commissioner, McCulley cast the to be held Tuesday June 3 to electa I 1 150 young men who recently spent a
taking with the Lawtey Correctional deciding vote which elected veteran successor to McCulley. Qualifying weekend sampling life at The Citadel,
Institution a* air conditioning and Commissioner Robert Scott to thus will be from Friday, April 28. to Frf the Carolina.Military College of South
post by a 3-2 vote over Marvin Rosier
refrigerator
maintenance man. tic- day, May 11.
Culley will tart work at the prison Commissioner Buster Bennett The person elected will take his feat
Monday, April 14. He also has resigned nominated Rosier and Commissioner on the Lfiwtey City Commission for a While on campus they met Lt. Col.
aa school bus driver for the Brad- Wayne Massey nominated Scott. Both th eends balance of McCuUey's term which David L. Smith, a 1963 graduate of
"" -n commissioners voted for themselves In December. 1 G The Citadel who Is commander of the
r / U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. He flies
the No. 1 aircraft of the aerial
Full Gospel Businessmen's Dinner:April 19 demonstration team which participated
a't
in Kids' Day activities held
t at the Charleston Air Force Base Colonel

e The Full Gospel Businessmen's Ohler Is now at Lee Chevrolet in the ,f'yy Shiith's status Is that of No. 1
Fellowship of Starke will bold Its fleet sales division. Among his other fighter pilot In the Air Force.
monthly dinner in the rear dining activities, he Is working with the
room of the Western Steer Family Christian television group in Jacksonville Many"prospective cadets visit the
Steakhouse Saturday,April 19,at 8:30: to get Channel 47 on the air. military college during their junior or
r 5 ? The fellowship welcomes both men senior year of high school: They
p.m.The and their families to its meetings. reside In barracks, eat in the college
fellowship will hear CG. Dinner is offered at regular menu dining hall, view a dress parade, attend
(Hank) Ohler of Jacksonville speak. prices at 8:30 p.m. The speaker academic and cadet briefings,
3t Ohler Is a graduate of Ohio State begins at 7:30 p.m. The fellowship is Lt. Col. David L. Smith (right),, Fred Slmkme (left), his crew chief, and hear an address by Vice Adm.
eommander/l ader of the U.S.'All-' Jlscuss the T-38 Talon aircraft with James B. Stockdale
University, a former FBI agent and an interdenominational Christian president of The
Force
president of seeral new car sales companies service organization based In Costa Thunderblrds, and Staff 8gt. Lewis Martin Hersey of Starke. Citadel.

). Mesa, Calif. The goals of the
organization are to lift the name of

I .. businesses In his losing career thousands be has of dollars taken Christ Jesus in,can give the make support area a and difference for the to share local in churches one's how- Parole Board Gives Up One of Four OfficesThe GIRL

",n.,. .. per month and turned them around. life. &O
state attorney's branch office ourt wanted space for the state at- SCOUTS
md Robert G. Pierce in the Bradford courthouse will be torney's office, the commission
? recipient of one of four offices given assigned the grand jury room, and
Cooking With Small Appliances the state Parole and Probationstaff. Judge Yawn followed with an injunc-
Robert G. Pierce tion. Judge Yawn wants the second by Carolyn Eaves
:Receives Troy Tom Elwell, assistant state attorney floor reserved for court related purposes phone 94-5812
If you have all sorts of electrical ap these utensils Some of the appliances assigned here, said he will and its layout left for court use, Last weeks QSP dinner at the
Scholarship pliances your kitchen cupboard but to be demonstrated Include: food have to check with his boss State At- and the grand jury room to remain as Western Steer Steak House for Girl
'.Robert G. Pierce of Gene Drive, just don't seem to use them, this program microwave oven, electric processor torney Eugene Whitworth before is.The Scout leaders was great. Every troop
Starke, has been named recipient of a Is for you! The Extension Home wok, fry pan, crock pot and blender. assigning the additional space to his county commission appealedthe but one was represented for dinner
George C. Wallace leadership Economics office will be teaching Plan now to attend at one of the times staff case to the District Court of Ap- and Neighborhood meeting. Janet
scholarship> to Troy State University. how you can conserve energy and and locations listed: Harold Martin and district supervisorof peals and won, but Judge Yawn has Kimutls gave pointers on bridging activities
,1-Tbeannouncement wa made today make great meals and the the Parole Probation office in called for a rehearing and the case is and fly-up ceremonies and
by University President Dr.Ralph W. same time. How to use portable ap- Gainesville, Informed the county still pending. leaders received packets with Infor-
Adam pliances will be demonstrated as wellas Agriculture Starke-April Auditorium.22, 10 a.m. In The commission that the lease for the four Because of the dispute which the mation for the remainder of the year.
r A.. graduate of Bradford High tips on buymanshlp, use and care. offices at the southeast end of the second court contended the Parole Board The Girl Scout booth for the Bradford
School. Pierce was senior class president Various foods will be prepared In Starke-April 22, 7:30 In the floor of the courthouse expires at should not have space in the cour- County Fair was discussed and
a member of the football and Agriculture Auditorium. p.m. the end of August. Martin said his thouse, the Parole Board began: payIng several leaders volunteered to help
tennis-teams. Fellowship of Christian staff would need only three offices rent. This year the Parold Board set it up. The theme Is Scouting in

chorus.Athletes, Boy's State and the school Pvt. Thomas Moore II The Agriculture Auditorium is and lease asked for the the three commission offices. to grant a staff without Is moving unneeded to cut expense by doIng look.'80'. with emphasis on the new scout

Attends Center located at 2268 N. Temple Avenue After a recess to inspect the Probation space.
He Is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Training near the fairgrounds.
George H. Pierce. FORT JACKSON, S.C. Pvt. and Parole staff quarters, commissioners QSP Is a subsidiary of the Reader's
Thomas L. Moore II, son of Mr. and These program are open to all agreed to assign the vacant City Zoning Board Digest Association For the third year
Mrs. Thomas L.. Moore, Route I, regardless of race creed office to the state attorney's office we will be offering magazine
sex or na- and the To Meet April 22
grant parole office staffa
CorrectionalLE's Raiford, Fla., Is attending a wheeler- tional origin. subscriptions through/ them. This is
vehicle mechanic course at the U.S. one-year lease effective Sept. 1. The Starke Zoning and Planning not a door to door drive but we will be
Principal Left Out Army Training Center Fort Jackson The Parole Board began paying Commission will meet Tuesday, April happy to take an order for you if you
Omitted S.C. rent to the county about two years ago 22, at 7:30: p,m. in the city hall At its do not have a scout daughter. For the
from the list of air after the dispute between the commission March meeting, the board first
During the course, students are changed its time the troop will receive 50c<
ministrators reappointed for the trained to perform maintenance and SFCC Registration and Circuit Judge Theron A. regular meeting date from the third per subscription We are delighted
Bradford school system in the assist In the repair of automotive Under Way Now Yawn over use of the space on the second Thursday of the month to the fourth about this. The Council made over
April 18 edition of The Telegraph vehicles and associated equipment. floor of the courthouse The Tuesday. 818,000 last year and we are glad to
was Lawtey Elementary Principal They become familiarized with the The Starke office of Santa Fe Community help with this project. Girls should be
Charles H. Hall. functioning\ of automotive wheeled- College, located at Bradford bringing home all the information this
vehicle components, operating prin- High School, is presently registering week with the deadline for turning in
Ve apologize to Mr. Hall for ciples of internal combustion engines students for the Spring Term which Madison St. to have Marriage; Class money and subscriptions the last( of
[ the omission; it was not intentional fundamentals of fuel and electrical runs from April 29 to June 18 April.

we assure you. but pro systems, and the use of organizational The Young Adult class of Madison invited to come and join in these
tably'can be attributed to the and test equipment. Two special developmental courses Street Baptist Church will be having a classes. 'Thanks to Senior Troop 669 for the
Set that Dr. Charles F. Hall Is are being offered this term. A course Marriage Enrichment Class during egg tree at the Bradford County
an in Basic Writing Skills (ENC 1013) the Church Training Hour. The class SCHEDULE: Sunday School,9:45 Public Library.
:assistant principal at the high teaches the student to write a well will begin on April 27 at 6 p.m. and a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Congratulations to the scouts who
( s-/1ool l and the two Charles Halls James Clemons, developed paragraph In standard last for 8 weeks. At the end of the 8 Choir practice & S p.m. made the basketball team at the Mid
confused. your intrepid editor. Claim Your Gas, English;A course in Basic Math Skills weeks an overnight retreat will be Church Training p.m.supper Evening Worship dle School: Rosalynn Lennon,
(MAT 1002) Includes work In frac- held. The class will be led by Mr. &. 7 p.m. Mashell Brown, Pam Sams and Myra
'V'T f1; A James C1en.on.- lives ttanaudeclmalmrand. : percent 1 I".w m "w,......Un,-Li..tin Morgan;III. Tin tiames' "" ffXVUQSfvTBtvSfiOu I p.Hi::.. "' Cummings
on Highway 301 has won 100 will be held in the fellowship hall In Wednesday Mid-week Bible study 7 Congratulations to Robin Stephens
Hardenbrook is Consultant gallons of gas in a drawing held Regular credit courses Include the Young Adult class. The public is p:m. Church Choir practice 8 p.m. (former scout, the new Strawberry
Religion In America, Principles of Queen. Sarah Biggs, the retiring
by the Heilbron Fire
Springs Physical Science, Introduction to queen, was a scout also. Beauty
'.To City of Hampton, Department at its booth at the Philosophy, and Introductory abounds in the Bradford

Not Legal AdvisorIn Bradford County Fair. Sociology.The Community News_, Neighborhood Girl Scout.
Only problem is the Heilbron Congratulations to the first place
several issues The SFCC Starke office in Bradford winner in the youth division at the
Telegraph has incorrectly refer- fireman can't locate demons. High School is open from 8 a.m. to 4p.m. by Elizabeth G.Walker tivities.are Invited to cooperate with all ac fair, the Girl Scout booth. Great job
red to Lee Hardenbrook asadvisor" To claim the gas Clemons needsto For information, please phone phone 9M4683 Clarice, Adona, Willie Mae and Ann
Notice! Bradford County Branch Calvary Baptist Church
: Thursday
get in touch with Terry McCarthy 64-5382. Davis
gal of the City of NAACP will be held Monday,April 22, 7:30: Prayer Meeting Sunday School Julee Wise
pton. at McCarthy's Garage at Pleasant Grove United Church at 10 a.m. Preaching Service Sp.m. each Basic recently earned her
r'] Consultant" is the proper till at Heilbron Springs and have 7:30.: All citizens and members are In- first and third Sunday. Chowenwaw.Canoeing She Certificate sunburned at Camp
ll ) for Mr. Hardenbrook is his ticket stub.BUARC vited to attend. Plans are being made Ebeiener Baptist Church: Sunday wet but enjoyed got the and
con- course Con-
Church of God Pastor for the banquet to be held May 24 at School 9.30 Morning Worship 11 a.m. gratulations.
with his duties for the 8:30.: This is an annual affair. We ae Evening Worship 7:30.:
95ion city council, we are asking the cooperation of the public, Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:
: apologize for the error. Drawing Winner Recognition Day Sunday as well as members. The support of Family and Friends Day will be
began work with Omitted from List everyone is needed for success. observed May 18. All members are
(the The name of C. Small who won -Reverend M.E. Drake, pastor of the The monthly meeting of the Con- asked to cooperate with this activity Brooker News
Hampton council after the local Church of God, will be honored cerned Citizens will be held Thursday to make it a great success.
'resignation of former Hampton two Chinese dinners from the by his congregation on Sunday, April in the cafeteria of R.J.E. All Sunday activity will begin with Sun- by Vera Prescott
:attorney Reggie Flynn. Chinese Carden Restaurant in the 20. The day has been designated members are Invited to attend. day School 10 a.m. Lovefeast service Phone 485-1(17
-The EditorI April 5 drawing held by the Pastor Recognition Day. 11 a.m. All members are asked to Brooker deserves the best words
Bradford-Union Association for Reverend Drake came to Starke In Card Thanks cooperate with all activities. said for Its town and I will be writing
the Retarded (BUARC) 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Qulntence Mitchell First Born Church of The Living to keep you informed of the latest
I need was om- The special Sunday morning services express their gratitude to their many God: Friday 6:30 Bible Study, 7:30: social activities here In Brooker.
frozen you to defrost mitted from the list printed in the at 11 a.m. will feature speakers friends during the Illness and death of Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 The Improvements got under way
hurry bread or rolls in a April 17 edition of the Telegraph from various departments of the their Infant son. May God bless you a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. YPCW last Monday for the Water Works. It is
brown put them in a We apologize for the ommis- church. After the morning service all. e p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. being funded In part by the Farmers
that in paper bag and put slon. there will be a dinner on the ground. Mr.* Mrs.Calving Mitchell Free Canaan True Church of God In Home Administration. Construction
I a 325 degreeoven Friends of Reverend Drake are In- and Tankard family Unity: Monday 7:30: Prayer Band. will be done by the Mechanical and
for five minutei. -The Editor vited to attend the observance. Tuesday Choir rehearses. Wednesday Chemical Co. Inc. of Brandon.
i The Grand Session of the Eastern Tarrying Service, Sunday School 10 The Brooker Rainbow Marine Softball
Stars began Saturday in Jacksonville a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Even team placed second in the Third
April 13-16 at the Masonic Temple,410 ing Service 6 p.m. Annual Gator Invitational Softball
NOTICE Broad Street. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Tourney in Newberry last weekend.
Church Activities Church: The fourth Saturday at 4 Dick Wheeler went home with three
Church of God In Christ Sunday p.m. the Sunday School departmentwill trophies to his credit He received one
School B:30 Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible sponsor a Caravan for Christ. It for the moat valuable player, the best
Band. 11:30: Missionaries will be In will be an afternoon of fun for both all around right-center: fielder, and
charge. YPWW S p.m. young and old. We will bicycle, ride In one for the most home runs. Gene
THE HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY OF Ml. MorUh United Methodist cars,and trucks down state road 16 to Raulerson received a trophy for the
Church: Sunday School 1:30,Morning 230 and back to the church. There we best all around pitcher. Wesley
Worship 11 a.m. will continue with refreshments and Sheffield received a trophy for the best
BRADFORD_ COUNTY, FLORIDA, WILL HOLD Pleasant Grove United Methodist games. We are extending an invitation all around third baseman. Joey
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m.. to everyone to join the ride withus Sanderfer received a trophy for the
iAN EMERGENCY CALLED Lovefeast service 3 p.m.All member! for Jesus best all around second baseman.
MEETING THE
FOR rec. Wesley Shefield had the highest bat-
ting average of 7S8, and had six
PURPOSE OF THE CONSIDERATION homeruns tieing with Dick Wheeler.
OF THE JOHN BROWN will J.J. Wheeler had an average of 552,
and had five homeruns Dick Wheeler
EXECUTION OF THE BOND PURCHASE "SAVE YOU HUNDREDS OF. DOLLARS batted 529, and made six homeruns
J. The total team average was SS2, with
21 homeruns.Sherrl _

AGREEMENT AND OTHER RELATED MATTERS.: During OjJrJ'ovin-g Sale celebrated I and their fourth Dewey anniversary Jenkins

(! < bt April 9. 'Jimmy Drawdy's birthday
;" ,.. was April 10 when he turned seven.,
'. Jamea Bass celebrated his first birthday -
._. April 10. He had a party at his
This"n : .
meeting: will be held TUESDAY APRIL22. I [- '- aid.borne Among with cake the party, Ice cream members and were kool


1980, AT :5:30 P.M. in the COMMISSIONERS EI't.I" .' Drawdy August Jenkins, Krystal, Michael and Ted Bass Curtis,Steven, and

Anthony.Chris and
Stacy Wentworth.

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I Starke Baseball and Softball Roundup II Starke Rec. Schedules i II I



't Men's OpenStarke Men's ChurchThere Starke Dixie Starfce Roe Department Starke Rec.Dept. Starke Rec.Department <

Dixie Youth Baseball Men's Open League Men's Church League1se9Schedule
Minor League ISM Schedule
Truck Plata ran its unblemished ) were some close. games and some Youth BaseballDixie IMOlstHairHome : '

mark to 4-0 with 32-1: roll past Con runaways but through it all defending Vodei' 1.: First Methodist !

tinental and a 21-3 breeze over Hayes champ Northslde Baptist and Kingsley MajorThe Team on Left 1. Hampton Vol. Fire Dept: 3. Hope Baptist
undefeated *
remained
Electric last week. Lake Baptist (St) PraU St., Starke 2. Continental Connectors a. Church of God .
LWCI with its first heading Into their first meeting of the Nets opened'thai Starke R c.Dapartment'a .
Hayea had pinned (eL) Games played. Lawtey, 3. Starke Truck Plata 4. Jr. Boys
loss- 21).1 5 list week but the prison season- 7:4.5: p.m. clash at Edward'sRd. Dixie. Youth Major 4. Starke Stan .. First Baptist :

team came back with a 31-12 win over Field tonight Thursday, April 17. season Monday with a 14-6 pitcher'sduel Thursday. April. 171 .5:4Phillles 5. NuWaves/Affordable Homes '. Brooker Baptist '.. .
,
Lake enters with, a 6-0 league win over Dodgers. Suns (esu.) :
Hampton Tuesday to go to 3-1 on the Kingsley .. Hayes Electric 7. NorthsUe Baptist .
seasontied for second with the Senior mark while Northeide la 2-0 in league Yep it was a pitcher's duel. Stephen Friday April 18: 5:30: Indians TwinsSt 7. LWCI '.
II. Pine Level Baptist
ralnouts) Jones tossed two-hitter to beat the .. .
Boy., who won their third straight afteran play (with two a ( ). 8. B 10Home .. Calvary Baptist -
Dodgers 14-6 even though his team 5:43 Suns Twins
opening loss 21-4 over Continental Monday April 21t Team Listed First H. Kingsley Lake Baptist '' : .'
Tuesday nighLThe The close. ballgames last week Included managed just three hits off Dodger pitchers (eL). Game Times 1:30.8:45

individual high note of the week Kingsley Lakes' 13.12 struggle over Stacey Bowen and Joannie Clark. Tuesday, April 22t 1:30 Phillies Indians Field. (E) Edwards: RoadW : Home Team on Left. : '. .
Pine Level's 26-23 decision Jones struck Out 13 batters "
Tanner's three home run Hope Baptist (St). .
was Gene ( ) Westside .
Game Times: 7:30 &8:45 .
night at Edward's Rd. in a 23-5 B-O of Calvary Baptist Tuesday night, In other season openers; Tuesday Wednesday April 23: 5:43: Twins Westslde
Fields Edwards Road (E) )
Electric win over Hampton last and a 26-22: win by Calvary over Churchof night the Giants topped Lawtey Gold Tigers (St). -
God. On the flipside were the easy 7-1 In Lawtey and Lawtey Blue got by Thursday April 24: '5:43: Indians (W).
Wednesday. '
wins- a 28.8 bombing of First the Braves 16-7 In Starke. Suns CSt). Monday, I\pr1l21: 8.6E),7-4
Tnaadav..April 15 Methodist by Kingsley Lake, Northside's Lawtey Blue and the Mets play..In Friday April ZS: 5:30: Tigers Phillies Tuesday. April 22: 3-l.E), 5-2E). Thursday.April 17: 2-4 (W), 10-7.(E),

SaalarBaya 7 1 I 4 9 21 23.2 win over 1st Baptist and Lawtey tonight, Thursday, April 17, atLawtey (St). Wednesday, April 23: 4-3CE), 8-5E( ); 6-SW,9-lE). .. .,
01110.4 8-7W,2-UW) ( ). Friday April 18: 7-6 (W), 8-8 (W)
Conllnanlal Calvary's 25-5 dumping of the Jr Boys Cobble Field with games at Monday April 28: 1:45 Suns Phillies
Santor Boy. Chub Job..... 438 Slava Irtffla 2B. Mlaa 2.3 25-6.) Pratt St. in Starke Friday.Monday,and (L). Monday, April 28: 6-2E), 1-4E( ; Monday April 21: 10-3 (W), 6-t (WJ$!
H R.
Jnekann 14 2B. Kola Till. 7-5E 3-8E). Tuesday April 22 5-9 (W) 64 (W).
IB. Tuesday and a ballgame in Lawtey Tuesday. April 2>: 5:45 Twins Indians Tuesday April 29: ( ), ( : ,
Coati......: Laa MeDuffta 14. M. d.y.April 14 Tuesday night. esu. Wednesday April 30: !5-3E,7-2E( ); Thursday April 24: Is-! (W37.E).
KI.....'to. 4 0 8 10 8 28 (I.4WI-6W). 4-10 (W), 9-2 (E).
LWCI 6 IS e I 4 31 lalMathadlal 80001-8 Wednesday April 30: 5:45: Tigers 5-4E) B-KE Friday 25 2-6 (W) 1-7\\).
5 ( ). April : ,
Twaadny,April IB Monday, May : ,
VFD 7 0 S 0 0 12 Klng.by Lakai. Do.....Hanbo 4418 2B.Donald Suns (St).
Hampton LWCIiMnranalll.22B.UrrvLaaHK.Laa2HR.Millar Koala 2.2 Iwo 2B.. 8. Crawford M 2B DannlnCrawford 01.... 401107LawlayOoM Thursday May I: 5:45 Phillies Tuesday, May 6: 2-3E( ), 6-7E). Monday April 28: 4-7 (W), 1.3 (W).

S-S Iwn 2B'..Day 3-4 3B JB.Parlor 3....03B'. 3-830 28. D.Jokaa 1.1 28 Olant'Gray.HR,Cknea Caltran..0100-1....:3B.Baraaa Twins (St). Wednesday May 7: 7-KE< ), 3-6E); Tuesday April 29: 8-10 (W), 5-2 (W).
2B. lit Malhodlalt Ton Pnladlnn 2-1 38. Kavln Millar I.a.WIIIdIB. Indians 4-2W( ), 5-8W). Thursday. May 1: 10-9 (W), 2-1 (E),
5:30
2 Tigers
Friday May : -
M......'.April 14 1-3. Lawta,Gold:C.Cribba 1.'..- .BoaMright I.2.LawtayBlua (St). Monday, May 12: 3-7E( ), 1-5E( ). 6-5 (W), 4-3 (E).
4-tHE) 2-8E). Friday. May 2 8-7 (W) 9-6 (W).
NuWnvaa 00010906Baceiactrlc PlaaLavil 1341471-28 5 5:45 Suns IndiansL Tuesday, May 13: : ,
i a I 8 19Bravaa Monday May :
0010102-3 Calvary Bapllal 1 0 I 0 1 4 5 23 111100.1 Wednesday, May 14: 2-5E( ), 1-3E( ); Monday, May 5: 1-4 (W), 3-8 (WTuesday. ).'-
.Wavaat a... Moyara M 2B. Doug Malna 22. Finn Laval Lloyd All. 94 3B. .... Moahar 4-., ( ).
Nu
: Uwlay Bloat Roblnoon 2B aad 4 ... aoprao.Bowana 4-7W,1I-8IW( ) ). May 6: 6-2 (W), 5-10 (W}.
Randall, Th..... HR. Tarry Hood 3B Richard Mllnar 34 3B 2B. Laa Cry 34 IHR 2B. Tuesday May I: 7:30: Tigers Twins
Bad Klacun! Joh.., Grllll.J1 2B. Lloyd Ollpla w.,..Blnakraahlp 3.420. Mlchaal Moon 3-13B 2B. 2B and 1...--.Roan 2-far4 28.Brown (SI). Monday. May 19: 1.2E( ), 3-4E). Thursday, May 8: 9-3 (W), 1-6 (E), 5-7
2B. Calvary! Billy Arnold S4 two 3B'.. Ray Tool.. 2B. Tuesday. May 20: 5-6IE( ), 7-8E( ). (W), 2-10 (E). '. .
Bravaat A. Gvnya JforJ J WUUaraa I lor-2. R. Wednesday May 7: 3:43: Indians -
S I 7 7 I 21 IHH. H..E...44 two.Wa, Randy Tralnar 34. Brown 1.1.C.Milliard 2BMonday.. Phillies (SU.Thurad.y Wednesday May 21: 8-3E( ), 2-8E); Friday May: 9-7 (W), 4-8 (W). .

.i\ 11.StvaaTruck,_Klartrir. 10 I 0 0. 3Stork. Friday.April 11 May 8: 5:43 Twins SunsSt 4-HW( ), 5-7W). Monday, May 12: 8-1 (WI), M (W),,-
.Track Plata:Charlla Ones M IIR IB.Jim Calvary 820344829Jr .. .April 14Dada. 0Mau ( ). Monday, May 28: NO GAMES. Tuesday May 13: 7-2 (W), 3-5 (WT) ;
10111.
L.-I. 3-4 two HR'. 2B. Tarry .. .. 3-4. Jimmy ,noya 0011300 5 Memorial Day. Thursday May 15: 6-7 (W), M (E),
......... 2B two walk (" Norman McNaal :3-3 two 3B', M. Griffla 5055.14Doda.n Friday May >: 5:30: Phillies Tigers
.Ivory .. 27 2-7E( ) 3-5E( ). 1-9 (W) 2-3.E). ,
\ Hajaa, David 0.1..1-3. Wayna Taalon 1.1 2BWadnaadayAprll9 3-9 3B. Billy BU'8I.2-3. Rkb.nWill....364 Brad Groan a-lor4.: Ron Tboman 3 .1. (SI). Tuesday, May : : ;,?
Malai Hal Wood 2-for-4 IB 28. _... pltenarSlapkan Wednesday May 28: 18ESEI( ) ); Monday May 19: 3-6 (W) 10-l'Wv-:
,Jamaa 3-4 2B.
Boya Craig 8app 2.128 turtla
Jonaa ........ nnl 13 nnd wan 1.,..-.. JaaonHugglna Friday May .1: PLAY OFFS for 1st
00112401SaitlorBoya and p..............3 Uaaaa.StniHHnga HALF (If necessary). 7-6W,3-2W( ) ). Tuesday May 20: 8-9 (W), 7-10 (LW).
No-W._ ISO 0 I 3. II Klnaalay Laka 0180832-0311030-0 Thursday May 29: 4-8E), 6-KE( Thursday May 22: 9-5 (W), 3-10. (E. ,),
1 Nu-Wavaai. Bill Rattlltr IHR. Randy Corbln two BrookarBaptlat Klngilay Laka. Dannla Crawford 44 CurtlaCrawford after T...,April 19..._ Monday June 2: 6-3E), 1-7E). 7-1W,4-6E '
I'' 2S'.Tiny Hardaa 2B. to........Staka 28Snlor :34 3B. Donald' L. Ennla *4.Brookan Toam W t Tuesday, June 3: 8-3E), 2-4E). Frlday'May 23: 5-8 (W), 10-8 (Wr. '
Boy.: Mlka A.d"...2.3. Tom Paladlno 3B Jaroma Killy .... Bob D.... 2-3 2B Mala Blua HGlanta inLnwlay > Starke Rec. DepartmentDixie Wednesday, June 4: 8-2E). S-KE); Monday, May 26: NO GAMES:: ;
Mlk.J..._2B. PU Mundorlf 2B. Hkhard Croaby t-S 2BTnuraday. Memorial .'
14 Youth Baseball 6-4W,1-3lW( ) ). Day.

B&GEIartrle" ..1..1.||.> B l I. 2 0 0 23 .April 10 Dodgara 0-1 Major League Monday June 9: 3-KE( ), 5-2E( ). Tuesday May 27: 8-2 (WIl-1i) (W).
H..p&ooVFD Ilolo.a Hop.Bapllal 04080010- B.ta.Oold._ 0-1 O-l 1980 1st Half Wednesday, June 11: 8-IE( ), 7-4E( ). Thursday May 29: 7-3 (W). 4.2 (W)? '
B a Friday 30 NO GAMES
3-4 HR 2B. John R....' 2-1 Iwo 20'.. J.. Hopai Pal Murphy 34 D.... _I. 3d, Emla' May : i'H.S.-.;
......... 2-3 JB. Mike!IoOHlon1120.John Orllll.1-4 Triail :3.A s.... H.. I. HR, Martin Haraay 23. Dixie MinorThe Home Team on Left Graduation. -
3B Iwo 2B.. Suva Th..... 3B Buddy P....... 34Iwo ....11.B...38. St.) Pratt St., StarkeL Monday June 2: 10-4 (W), 6-8 (W)': *
2B a.Hampton. Klaialay Lakai. B......... Crawford 34. Curtla Dixie Minor league season opened In Lawtey Starke Rec. Tuesday June 3: 2-9 (W), 10-8 W
played Dept.Women'
Willie Hart 22 Dv/oyna Wlnalaad 22 C...,.... 3-9 HR 3B 2B. Doug Crawford. 2-3 2BFlral in Lawtey Monday night. April 14. ) Games
I Roy Hart 3B. ,Open League Thursday. June 5: 7-4 (W), 6-9 (E),2-5
MHhodl.1 3 18 4 0 I 28 with the Lawtey Suns outscoring the Thursday, April 17: 5:45 Lawtey Blue 19HO Schedule (W,3-1E) ( ). :
Co>Un..UI 100001Buraa 0.......B.ptl.t 01 3 7 0 II Tigers 13.10 in the opener. Mets (L).
1 Truck Plaaa 13 8 10 3 a 32 Flral MMhodl.l.Tarry Mundorft 44 IB.Doug Red The Phillies came up with a 7-5 win -
Contlnanlal Canneelora*Ol,. Norman 2B dial:343928. Earl Bl... 23. Tom Paladlna 34 Iwn over the Twins Tuesday night in the Friday, April 18: 8:45: Giants BravesSt Code: Camp Blanding _, .
s......Truck: Tommy WI. 4-4 HR. J.., BrnaallM 2Ba, Nrlnn (:roan 2J John Dampaay 23. R.. ( ). 8:15: Dodgers-Lawtey Gold(St). 1. Dazzlers
HR l-o IB..Ellli f f f0.44 3B 2B, Ihmnk WI. Srimir3BlatBapllat first game played in Starke Tuesday Monday April 21: 5:45: Giants 2. Domino's Closing Dates ChangedThe
4-9 Iwo 2B'..Larry Mrarar 34 2B.Randall McCaa 2 night as Richie Barnes Dale Barnes,
3B Ricky 110.... 23. Danny MrKlnnay 2.2 2B.hklp' 01100-2 Eric Noegle, and David Barnes all bash Dodgers (St). 3. Saints Florida Army National Guard
Crawford 2-3..Jim Lawtwo/ 3B a.HayaaElactrle Nanhalda Bapllal 10 I 4 4 a 23 ed doubles for the winners. Tuesday April 22: 5:45: Braves Mets 4. Florida Bank of Starke headquartered at Camp Blanding;
3101820 20 1.1 Bapllal! Jaaala My.. J-3 Frank Swlndall Minor league play continues with (esu. 5:43 Lawtey Blue Lawtey GoldL 5. Rowdies has revised the closing dates set for

LWCI 0 3 0 6 2 I 3 IS 2BNorth.Id..: Tarry Sharp 3-4 2B. D. Jonaa 34 2B games Thursday. Friday, and Tuesday ( ). 6. Hampton fish management lakes within the
H.,_PlarlrlcBuck Norman"'-.John Valln.kl Daryl Milliard 2.2 2B Buddy Ravali 2.3 2B. Jimmy night in Starke and a Monday night Thursday April 24: 5:45 Lawtey Gold Game Times: 7:30 & 8:45 Camp Blanding area. I
3B Iwo 2B'a, Mlka Tralon 3-., W....Toot,. 44:.IB AI..... 2.3 3B Ronnla Thomaa IHR. David Tblgprn Braves (L). Home Team on Left Fish management area lakes, Magnolia I
Iwo 2B'.. Donf. Jonaa two 3B.. David (. .. Iwo 28 game In Lawtey.
25 6:45 Dodgers Blue Pond and Perch
28.. Friday, April : : Lowery,
LWCI R Davla 44 Iwo 2B'..Larry Laa Iwo HR'.. Calvary Bapllat 10 10 0 3 0 3- 2burrh > Pkllllan 00043.1 Lawtey Blue (St). 8:15: Mets Giants Thursday:'April'H: -, 3.5. Pond will be closed April 7-25 and I 1i
Tarry Parlor 21 2B. D. Hooalnna:3-4 two 2B'a, (' of lod 6 2 7 0 0 8 23 Tots 0 a 0 I 2. 5 (CSt). Monday April 21: 2-3,1-6. April 27-30. :
Phllll., Dala Brown Itari 2B, Klmutla 1.for.I. Monday April 28: 5:45: Braves Wednesday April 23: 4-5. 63. The National Guard reminds
LaaHua Stnndlnga af.. Monday gown: David Barnaa. Rkbla Barnaa, cod Eric Norgla 2B'a
Taam WL8larka Calvary:Raymond Trol...14 Johnnla Ball 3-,2B. Cnria Noagla for.2 land.tracknil .winning pll- Dodgers (St). Thursday April 24: 1-5, 24. everyone that the indicated dates are
Track PI... 40 Jimmy Scott 2 3.Gana V.n....2-3. Richard Willi.... ...... Hal Davin I.for2.Twlna Tuesday. April 29: 5:45: Lawtey Gold Monday, April 28: 1-3, 52. subject to change without written

SaalorBoya LWCI :3-1 H :34 Church Iwo 2B af..Uod Jack, Aadrraon Harvay Rhodan 3B ... 3B 2B. SamBaaam : D. '.....Ino I.for Z.D WIIII._2B.Women's Mets (L). 7:30: Giants Lawtey BlueSt Wednesday. April 30: 6-4,2.1. notice. Anyone wishing to fish the

NuW.vt. 22 4-9 IHR 2B. Douglaa Bcnnalt 3-9 2B.CkarlaaMcKlnnay ( ). Thursday May 1: 4-3,6-5. area ,should call in advance to con-
Havaa F.laelrle 24 3-9 Open Thursday May II 5:43: Lawtey. Blue. Monday, May 5: 6-2 5-3. firm the status of training at

Ban Klaclria _.... UConU..1 13 Women's Open Softball play openedin Braves (L). Wednesday May 7: 4-1,3-2. 9045332268.
Can
HimpunVFD 13 Starke Monday night April 14, with Friday May 2: 6:45 Giants Lawtey Thursday May 8: 5-4, d-1.

-...last.year's top two teams-the Domino'sand Gold (St). 815; Dodgers.- MIlts,, (St). Mondayi.May: 3-6.4'Jjt oa..".r Lawt ts- '
Florida Bankpicking up where Monday May 5: 5:45: Mets Lawtey Wednesday. May 14; 5-1, 4-6. y'H

. End'7l they left off with two wins. Blue (SU.Tueeday Thursday May 13: 3-1, 2-5.
BHSLeggers The defending champ Domino's top May I: 5:45: Braves Giants Monday, May 19: 3-4, 1-2. Church TourneyThe 1

ped the Dazzlers 18-7 behind Terri Par. (St). 9:43: Lawtey Gold- Dodgers (L). Wednesday. May 21: 5-6, 14. I

rish' 4-for-S, two double night while Thursday May 8: 5:45 Lawtey Gold Thursday, May 22: 2-6, 3-5, Lswtey Dixie Youth Associationis

Bradford's Tornadoes closed their BIOS PI..... Florida Bank Iced the Saints 16-0 as Lawtey Blue (L). Monday, May 26: NO GAMES. putting on a men's slow pitch Softball
track season out with seven wins in V....,. Laka City Debra Gilpin and the FB defense surrendered Friday May >: 6:45 Meta BravesSt Memorial Day.Wedn..sday tourney with eight teams from the
eight dual or tri>meets with a a 74.43 BOYSIrliciia', just two bale hits. ( ). 8:15 Dodgers Giants (esu.) May 28: 2-3 16. Starke church league/ this weekend,
II AI.LEN SCOTT 13TMI, 21
win and the BHS girls won 70-60 over HILDHETH 112. Shot Put, II SCOTT 412 BRAD 21 Play continues at Pratt St. tonight Monday May 12: 5:45: Dodgers Thursday, May 29: 45. starting Friday night.
Lake City on the road Tuesday.The HILDRETH.... Lana Jump: BARRY THOMAS Thursday, April 17. and Monday night. Braves (St). 5:45 Lawtey Blue Monday June 2: 6-3, 2-4. Games will start Friday night at 7:45:
Tornado girls had edged Lake IK-*',. 21 STEVE MARKS 1810. High Jump, 21 Giants (U.Tueeday Wednesday. June: 1-5.6-4. p.m. at Lawtey's Cobble Field with the

Weir 60-ST in Candler last Friday but BARRY 100-: 21 THOMAS MARKS 109.9-10 XI DANNY HILDEBRAN Domino' 4 2 0 I I I I ISDaatlm May 13: 5:45: Mets Lawtey Thursday, June 5: 5-2,1-3. Starke Jr. Boys playing 1st Methodist.At .
the Lake Weir boys dealt the BHS boys 109 I20HH, II BARRY THOMAS 151 I I. 21 2100101-7 Gold (St). Monday, June 9: 2-1, 4-3. 8:45: Calvary meets Kingsley Lake.
their first dual meet loss 791/ to 52'/i. HlLD.BRAN IS 2. Ii MARTIN Hr-RSEY 177. 220: .....Ino..: Torrl. Parrlak 41. two 28'.. KalhaWhltakaad Wednesday May 14: 5:45: Giants Wednesday, June It: 4-1,8.5. Play starts back up Saturday mornIng -.
Barry Thomas won three times and JONATHON. JOHNSON Z3 4. .3-a. Baity Jaaa Hudaoa H. CaaaandrnJolinaon23 Mets (SU.Thur.day. Thursday, June 12: 6-2, 3-3.) at 8 aim. with 1st Baptist playing

Allen Scott and and Richard Smith won THOMAS:lOOM" II 441 BARRY.3IHFRSF.Y4BO THOMAS 44 431*JOHN 21 BRIAN BENNETT Danlara: Edna Alia M 011.... Harpra 1-3. May 15: 5:45 Braves Monday. June 16: 3-2,6-1. Brooker followed by Church of God ver-i'

two events Tuesday In Lake City. Tor- M 7. 8HO-II( RICHARD SMITH 207. Milo Lawtey Gold (St). 3:43: Lawtey Blue Wednesday June 18: 5-4 3-6. sus Northside. Games continue all day
nado coach Ben Moxley also praised SMITH SOB 2-mlla-21 LARRY LONG 1130. Florida Bank 05305-IC 00000-0 Dodgers (L). Thursday, June 19: 4-2 5-1. with the finals set for Saturday night.:

ninth-graders Brad Hildreth and Curtis 440" aalayII, Job.: ..,.BRADFORD,48" .Hlld....... Marka.HaoUna Salala F.. Bank,Jay M....HR Marian Vialm.lay 2-32B. Friday May 16: PLAY OFFS for 1st Monday, June 23: 3-1, 25. Fried chicken dinners (Saturday) and
Jones who placed in two events each Sua Fuantaa:3-4 2B.Deism Cllpln:34. HALF (If necessary). Wednesday June 25: 46. other refreshments will be served. I
and Larry Long who was second in the

2-mile. The mile relay team also ran its GIRLS,
best time of the year ((3.35): ) but was Hllh Jump, II TERESA: WOODY 5Dlacua, II With 4-3 Win Over day !
beaten. MARIAN PUTTMAN tin. :Jrdi JUANITA BFTTrRSONWM .
: ShoO Put: II PUTTMAN: 2.21 BET.
Marian Puttrnan who unleashed the
TFHSON2D4 IIIII.H IIJl' Y HANKt:RSON 193.
discus a school record 128-6 in Lake 1111'31. SHEILA S.ARCY: I2..
Weir lone of the state's longest throws) Milo: II TIFFANY C.RIrllSaOS. 31 JENNIFER Tornado 9
won two events for the girls ai did Tiffany NIX 147 44& II KIM SI.OCUM M 2 :TKII.H' it Snaps I
HANKFRSONS77. "SHU31" ALPTIA SHErFIF.LD Ir
Griffis and Louette Smith. Teresa 261.31 NIX 236.
Woody climbed up to 5-4 in the high Mil Modi.,: II. BIOS 2414. 220 II LOUETTE I
SMITH :2H4 2mll. II C.RIFFIS I SHFF.
jump to set another personal best Kim 1.111.2)
HFIII 16(16.( LYNN LOPKR: 17 17 Mil.R.I." BHSI4U r
Slocum won the 440. and the girla won Streak
both the mile medley and mile relay Losing Want to know the best 1


teams.Lake Weir broke the Tornadoes win reason to buy a "

string with superior depth. Steve BHS placaraIJ11IIM AlLafcaWalrHOVS The Tornado baseball team of BHS Hurricane Allan Ennis and Brad 4- VICTOR from the Office I
Marks. Scott Barry Thomas, Danny II HII.DtHRAN" IS 1. 21 BRIAN snapped an eight-game losing spin with ford's Clark matched mound performances II
Hildebran and Jones 111:01 personalbest THOMAS 170, 3t BARRY THOMAS ISO 100- II a 4.3 eight-inning win over Clay High In and though Clark surrendered ? I,

in the 2-mlle) won events but Smith Mala MARKS;' II 108 BUS Mlla-21.iBHti'(K I'RTIS SIMMONS.' JONFS" HERBERT 4:VI :410 Green Cove Tuesday night. fewer hits(IT Tornado safeties to 5 'Cane Shop I 1 1I

was out with a minor back injury and HAW KI"IM." MARKS JOHNSONI4&9440JI "We finally got one" sighed a relieved hits) Ennia got better defensive help
sorely missed. John Bennett won the JOHN BKSVrTTUH.: : :IKIIM II BARRY BHS coach Mike Hartley after returning and the win. Because when your
slower heat of the 440 but his 52.5 clock. THOMAS tit 21 HIIDFBKAN .IO. 31 BRIANTIIOMAS to Starke. BHS took a l-O lead in the second.
44 J SM DANNY, Nl'liFNT 216. 2JO1 / -
ing was one-tenth of a second slower | JOHNSON 247 The Tornadoes tallied on a delayedsteal Sparka! reached on a fielder's choice and machine breaks down
than the winner of heat one. "He would 2 mile JONES 1101. Shot Pul: :MOT 39-II to beat the 'Devils. With the score stole second. With two outs Donniel ,

have won if was in the fast heat." M on- IHM-o.l-l'i :Mink II !.OTT Jump IIILong MARKS....Jump ::11 MARKS tied 3.3 after Clay had reached winner 'Doster topped a slow roller between pit ..'11 give you loaner'
ley promised. Kenny Clark (I4-7)) for two runs in the cher and first with Sparks running and
bottom of the seventh BHS went back while Doster beat the toss to first base

ahead in the eighth. With two outs Hartley waved Sparks on to score.
David Sparks walked and stole second. OHS tied the game on an RBI tripleto MODEL,100Electronic

Fla. Game & Fish Commission Scott Hudson rapped his second singleof deep right field In the fourth and took ,
lead when two Tornado errors allowed
the game to move Sparks to third. the ,
I Hartley then put on the delayed steal a run across in the sixth. OHS addedan "

the Clay pitcher stepped off and went insurance) run in the seventh with

Offers Record Fish ProgramLAKE after Hudson between first and second, Bradford's third ,error allowing a run

and while the Tornado sophomore ..
stayed in the rundown Sparks Goodge solved Ennis with three hits Printing Calculator

CITY Fla. Game & Fish measured and weighed the fish. scampered across with the lead run. in four trips with Allen Doster Chuck

Commission).....It has been said that Weighing must be done on scales: cer- All of the Tornado scores were the Johnson, and Clark adding the other e Combination calculator and adding. machine \ +I.

records were meant to be broken and tified by the Florida Department of result of two-out rallies. In the fifth Bill BHS hit. with minimum training I \ J;
spring is traditionally the best time of Agriculture and Consumer Services Goodge who was 3.for.4 with two RBI'aand It HE. e Easy to operate : ,

year for catching record fish. Many found at supermarkets or grocery two runs scored bashed an insida- Bna.fa.4 0000I025452 000010102.2 C Adding machine keys separated from'caicu

fishermen are not aware of Florida's stores etc. the-park home run with two down. Two CtayHIgn W.Clark 171
Record Fish Program and therefore 3) Only an unfrozen carcass will be Innings later Scott Allen started a raUy IHatOandgailBI.3BCIrklBa I lators minimizes operatorerror. '
!
some record fish have been eaten acceptable for certification. If circumstances with two outs with a single. Goodge : e Features "adding machine" logic

before being officially weighed and make it necessary to then singled off the third baseman' .
,..ittiin 00 101 i I"i i
measured. freeze the specimen before It is glove.The Clay third baseman retrievedthe Bredrod n.i. Ole trJO. 1 TJ e Accepts drop-in ribbon cartridge for fast

Anglers fortunate enough to catch presented to the certifying authority, ball and tried to nail Allen rounding w. E... ud1..Y13,24'. neat and easy changes '

exceptionally large pan fish or it must be thawed for weighing, second but his toss was wild into right ,
largemouth bass should call the GFC measuring and detailed examination. field allowing Allen to score and Goodge BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY
for record application forms. Only 4) Proof must be established to take third. Clark's triple to right

Commission employees may certify beyond a reasonable doubt that the brought home Goodge tot a 3.1 BHS
record-size fresh water fish but certain fish was taken by a legal sport fishing lead. Clark was 3-for4 for the night. Unique Ground Floor Available for only $13900OFFICE:
Information Is needed. Criteriafor method. A notarized statement to that

the record fish program are as effect Is a part of the application for Goodge started and was In control for Opportunity.OuaVVrtaMd .
( follows: recognition of the catch. Names and four innings, allowing just two hits and
1) Any fish to be considered for a addresses of witnesses must be listedon a walk while striking out seven before Gtwgy Savv Product.

record must have been taken In the record application.All getting Into a Jam in the fifth. Require) '280** Investment
Florida waters. completed record application SHOP
3) Applications for recognition< of a forms should be returned to the Gainesville High School which pinned For Appointment Call

nan as a state record must carry the regional education officer. These the first loss of the year on BuchhoU Mr. Porter

certification of a Game and Fresh forms will then be forwarded to the Saturday, tuned up for that feat with a 964-6496
Water Fish Commission employee Tallahassee. office for certificationand 3-1 pitching duel win, over Bradford last 110 w. Call St. Starke Fla.:! 964.5764r
he Identified of state record After 6 p.m.
stating personally completion :Thursday night.








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1st Quarter a Wet OneA t"c t"- Federal Grant Sought


wet first quarter bringing almost''l6 inches of rain to Bradford I

County during the months of January, February and March has, 't4''.' .,,.
slowed down the planting of spring crops and curtailed strawberry For New Prison Sewers

[production by softening and rotting fruit during what should normally -' I
be the height of the season. An $850,000 federal Environmental cost of the new project a million

January's 5.4 inches of rain was about.average, but, Febuary Protection Agency dollars.

dumped another inches on the,county, and March tapered off to a grant will be sought to help install Earl Smalley of the DOC in
2.7 inch average. The first two weeks of April added another 3 Inches, i', an overland flow sewerage Tallahassee pointed out that

brining the total since January 1 to around 19 Inches in the county. disposal system for the treat- instruction on the new ''pro-.

Only good effect from so much rain has been to raise the level in ment plant at Florida State iect must begin by April of

area lakes that had been suffering from below normal rainfall for Prison, it was announced by next year and be completed by

several years prior:,to 1979. Last year's total, however, hit 68 inches, engineers at a public hearing the summer of 1983.
19 inches above the 50-year average of 49.1. Monday April 14, in the Brad The project will include

Brooklyn Lake at Keystone Heights always the hardest hit In a ford courthouse. rehabilitation of sewers on both
dry cycle, has "acomeback!' reachsing a level of 107.12 feet Three different grants that sides of New River

above sea level in March- inches above its low of 99.1 feet above can be sought by the Depart The overland flow system has

sea l level in 1977. The historic law in Brooklyn was 97.23 feet, recorded 4J. ment' ''of Corrections were never before been used in

in February 1958. Brooklyn's historic high was measured at discussed by project consulting Florida but is quite successfulat
117.43 feet above' ea level in October 1960. showing fluctuation of #>;"y engineer', Leslie M. Thomas of Clemson University in South

202.0.feet. from low to high mark. Other lakes in the Keystone area Retiring Handshake. the 'Tallahassee engineeringfirm Carolina and in a sewer projectin

have\' shown only slight ga ins of one or two inches. ,Warrant Officer Albert Foster gets a handshake from Col. Gus of William M. Bishop at the Ada, Oklahoma according to

..Rainfall during the week of April 7-14 averaged 1.5 inches with Gonzalez camp Commander! at ceremonies marking Foster's retirement = public hearing Monday night at- Thomas.
Highland fire tower reporting 2.2 inches Santa Fe 1.2, and New from the Florida National Guard after 32 years of service. tended by local employees of the "This system won't work in

River ..9.F.orcast. Foster's wife,Willie, holds one of three plaques Foster received. He prison and representatives of sandy soil," said Thomas. EPA
for Friday ,.through Sunday is for partly cloudy and mild was honored at a dinner attended by 60 NG personnel. the Bradford County Soil and recommends the overland flow
with.increasing wind and humidity; scattered showers and thunder- Water Conservation Board. system for clay soil, such as at
showers Saturday and Sunday. 'The'overland flow system in FSP he added.

which the effluent is applied to Most of the Will be done in
: the ground surface and allowedto Bradford County at the FSP

Judge Yawn's Decision Reversed by,District Court in Prison CasesThe run off, was chosen over two site with line work and modifications
Other systems ranging in price across the river in Union

length of times prison Inmateis changed by.. the administrative "There was no showing of actual County cases affected by the district from almost $2 million to County.The .
held In administrative confine- grievance procedure, the inmates' prejudice to the defendants sufficient appeals court ruling, would be set for almost $3 million, according to
ment,'with some loss of privilege, loss of privileges remain until a decision to support due process violation base trial the week of June 18. Thomas. Price of the overland project plan was filed
does not violate his due process the Is made not to prosecute or until upon prosecutorial delay,''said the Tobin said it may be hard to prosecute flow system over a 20-year with EPA Tuesday, April 15, according
First;'District Court of some of the cases witnesses
has as
Appeals the charges are disposed of by the to Thomas.
ruled in reversing a 1978 decision by courts. The Luke and Hilverson cage was may have died and others may not be period has been placed at State funds have been
Circuit Judge Theron A. Yawn. The ruling by a:3-0 vote of the hearing sent back to Judge Yawn for prosecution available for one reason or another. 1,969,000 by engineers for the approved
for the and the funds
:judge Yawn dismissed 97-caaes In- Judges who said the prosecutorial of escape charges. "We are In the process of project.He project
volving 54-inmates Union County, delay, as long as it is within the Assistant State Attorney Harris evaluating cases to see which of them described the second must be under contract by next
basing his decision on the cumulative statute limitation, does not in itself Tobin said the Luke and Hilverson we can prosecute," Tobin said. system as an advance waste April or they go back into the
effect.of a long period of ad- justify dismissal of charges. case, along with the other Union At the same time the District Court treatment plant over 20 as state's general fund.
years
ministrative confinement and the if Appeals upheld the Bradford Coun-
length of time it took to file official of Ronnie Stacey Henry $2.343 million. A spray irriga- Engineer Thomas said New
charges. In another ruling the> Wolf, Dennis Michael Pickle, John tion system estimated to cost River is being polluted by the
District Court upheld the convictions Bruce West and Gilbert Hill. They $2.999 million over 20 years was current sewerage treatment
of five Inmates in Bradford County were sentenced to additional prison also
to
rejected, according
plant at FSP which also
time Osee R. serves
where: cases were allowed to go to Kd. t'' 1i f .a by Judge Fagan.All Thomas.
their.conclusion by another judge. those cases stemmed from UCI. The treatment plant is cur-
crimes occurring during 1978 and not The sewerage treatment plantat rently not good enough to
In handing down its ruling Thurs- prosecuted by the state until last FSP also serves Union Correctional
remove enough pollutants. The
day,April 10, ruling in the cases of inmates .
Milton Lawson Luke and Ray- .. year.Those sentences were affirmed by Institution across New new project is designed to add
'
mond Hilverson, the District Court \.. DCA. Stacey and Wolf received five River. treatment to reduce the pollutant
said the two inmates lost their television t.(; ,. I years for escape. Pickle, three yean Thomas explained that EPA discharges to a level which
and dessert privileges for eight l for escape, and West three years for will provide 85 percent of the can be handled by the river

determine months while if officials they should were trying be to- ....... attempted escape. Hill received three grant and said the state has without deterioration of the
proqecuted additional for assault.
for escaping from Union Cor- '' years pledged $150,000 to make the water quality, Thomas said.
,.eoUonallDlUtuUon Dec. 7, 1977. ," '0' .
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The pair was recaptured Dec. 14, .. t-:;
1977 and escape charges were not filed .J '::r. .
against them until August 21, 1978 .. d' .. .
and first appearance and arraign ; IWI- !'
ment. were held August 28. '
sIColoring
The ruling said the loss of prison .Q
privileges, called "administrative i LauPtoh
confinement" in prison parlance, .
does not on Its face violate an Inmate's #:

constitutional rights. f' .. \\'aJ
.
The decision said if It is improperly
Imposed in a specific case an inmate Book Winners

it grievance anttUiust procedure beTbBow exists 4 pefote to remedy re.5r- These tlire'ytran<< + 11f tgditgA'winnere' rt1i. CioldringcBooli'ConVr.; .

ting to a lawsuit. test sponsored by The Office Shop. From left, Shana Schmidt;
Chief Judge Theron A. Yawn, Jr. Sherri Mann,5, and Tancie King, 10.
bated his dismissal of the Luke and Tancle won first place and $25 in cash, Shana was second and got
Hilverson case, along with other $15 cash and Sherri was third and won $15 In cash. Tancle is the
cases, on the cumulative effect of administrative daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.B. King, Shana is the daughter of Mr.
confinement and the and Mrs. Charles Schmidt, and Sherri is the daughter of Mr. and
delay of the state prosecutor In filing
official charges. Mrs. Louis Mann.FAIR. .
Yawn said it defeated inmates' fundamental -
due process rights.
The DCA ruling indicated there is

no time escape limit and on when other such criminal infractionsas violations .. (From Page IA)

by an inmate are reported to the An office for the fair. staff is tentative does not have school
state attorney following completion of
another for the fair.
the prison Investigation. And unless goal.Expansion holidays

of the poultry and Booth Awards
rabbit exhibits is planned next """"'""""' 0
Ladies of the First United Methodist -
Graham Post Office year. Church of Stark won the Commercial
...; Division of booth judging. It wag the #// J
Needs Postmaster Winners of the side of beef first time the ladies ever beds booth at : : ; : ; ci:::

given by the Bradford-Union the fair. The Country Hub of Lake 15
''Cattleman's Association in a Butler was second Sawyer-SIade Ga.of O:: ::
A Postmaster vacancy: exists at the' Stark w.. third. C J (-y
drawing Nina
Graham, FL Fourth-Class Post Of- were Parrish of Lawtey Correctional Institution
won
fk1e f Regional Postmaster Emmett E. Lake Butler hind quarter, and the Adult Education Division. National In Our /' .
Cooper,Jr. announced today. Christine; Wood of Island Grove Guard was aecond.. the county I 1
Sectional Center Manager, J.E. front quarter. agriculture booth, don by County
Workman, Jr., at Jacksonville"F'lorlda Agent Bobby Taylor,was third.. Printing Department.. .
Post Office has been
Th. Girl Scouts won the Youth
Next year's fair dates are tentatively
designated to accept applications ..
Education Division of booth
from interested this April 14. The judging. Camera Ready Copy Print Your
persons In posi new The Cub Scout were second and Pop We Can
Bradford school calendar also .
Warner third.School
tion.Sectional
Workman said that Center applications Manager will 1,000 Copies 81/ X 11 Camera Ready Copy On

be accepted from April I960 to Colored Paper At A
April 24, 1980, and t'the appropriate March of Dimes Superwalk to be HeldThe $1890(
forms may be obtained at Reasonable Price...
(the Graham FL Poet Office. The
annual Bradford County students in Bradford
for the Postmaster
salary
position starting Is$6,393 per year. No written March of Dimes Superwalk will County"have. always been well
toUs required.Mr. be held Saturday April 26. at represented in the Walk. More

Workman applicants must. .'the National Guard Armory. adult paticipation would be Camera Ready Copy In 3 Days Or Less..
.
reside In the Postal Sectional Center: The distance is still 10 miles greatly welcomed.
,
area, In which the Post Office Is and participants will be given a (Copy that's typewritten or previously printed.)
located on the date of their appoint .
Participants' ,
map! of the route at registration, : are 'encouragedto J a,
which will begin at 8:00 a.m. save themselves?time and v '. e4 '
kiHSROTCRifle r <+> 'Saturday morning. The walk trouble by. collecting pledges
'; ,, Cheaper Than Copy Machines
,; V > 'itself will begin at 9:00 a.m.. 'before the (Walk and bringing 11

Participants will be served them to"registration.1: Verifica- :. d
Team To Compete refreshments at the conclusionof tion' of participation 'will' be 'iae .

the walk and those turning in given. 1'/aI11 :': ,'. 8Vn14
the BHS ROTC'' rifle' team t $25 J : ,
worth of pledges and money ,. ,'.,' .;To !I/, ,'
journeyed Saturday April t2 will be given Superwalk pat Anyone-wishing participate .:< *.-. 50 Copies ". ?>** ""5.85"',!" ; 50 Copies '8.15s
t compete agaisnt'26 'other, :high more ,will receive a Superwalk the Walk should contact George s .v. ,,"iooCopies ., '.... e.eo' '"!+ 100 Copies 7.25 '
school teams. ', T-shirt. W.. Loper'at 964.5334. .''" I "., '8.00 200 Copies '9.30 '
,"J $I .,;,;200 Copies ; .
(The BHS team the Tornado'Battalion '' 300 Copies '11.35 .
Copies' .'9l40t ; ,. ,.t. f
received verJ{,,goo4 Gainesville Man Cited for Careless!,DrivingNo ;..\l:tfftf"";.' 300 i ./1. 400 Copies 13.35 r ,
scores of 1,033. '.. 400 Copies .... 10.76 ", I
: 'i,w '
:One of the flrst I, cadets.; one was Injured in*a.one- Plymouth' sedan operated by Copies; : .'12.10' 500 Copies '15.35'1.OOO \
.; 500 ."
Sgt. Pauley. fired 245 the car accident Monday, April 14, Willie Langford, 16, ofGainesvW'.t -n ." Copies '25.35. I'
highest score on the team. at 2:50: p.m. on dirt road.2 miles toff; ,:'a dirt ',' .. ,
., -
1
!command Sgt..Maj.' Hahs of' west of Brooker with $150 road. Langford lostT control and I. .rat'

the junior ROTC department of:,. damage to the vehicle., skidded off the.road into a ditch. ..',,'tri. .
BHS, said that it was one of the Trooper: XXR.vCory I cited Professional Printers "' I
FliP report said a 1973 Langford for careless driving.For ""
had ;
rifle ,

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il Camp Blanding Begins Busy Training Season .

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'< by Andy Dennon l" '
.j BCT Staff Writer I

This spring and summer will
be another busy,training seasonat
Camp Blanding aa 12,000 Na
tional Guard and Army Reserve
trainees flood into the camp for
two weeks of active duty and irk

weekend training ,
4 i
The training,.which Is already, l.k. f b t il'i '
in progress*' 'will: ;continue
through July.;29r-according= to
Operations".nd..Plana Officer

MaJ. James L Locke. i rtip t, ,r"r
rjt
The first units arrived Saturday ''i }
sri r (
March 29. 'and included f
u'y Company, 26th AVN Bat-
talion of the Flordia Army Na- V= c i Y ;
r tional Guard They trained
through Saturday. April 12.
Camp Blanding facilities provide
training areas for,Infantry, +
k
engineering/ signal sand air ; ;
defense artillery, helicopter gun- \i'\ /,,,1
.
Heading for the Woods ships and infantry weapons. ? ,
,
units that trainat
During part or the training period troop are required to live in the wood. four Engineering .
day and three nights,sleeping' In tent.. Here troop are checking equipment after. Camp Blanding practice --
brief instruction on camouflage demolition technique and construct Map Making

floating bridges on manyof Topographical training IB part of the aaalgnmenta' given to the 120.lrd: Engineer
the camp's lakes. Battalion from Alabama.. Thla battalion la the only one of 1''dndl.pe"I.Uzlnllln mapmaking
I From Page lA Politics. Engineers are 'also 'assigned ,land *urv'y(In the country.
.. (Jimmy) Lawson says he will bea projects to help maintain the
candidate for a full fouryearterm camp as well as to give trainingto Photo. Deborah Davidson
:, held by Rep. Frank Williams Sheriff Dolph Reddish, County -, in the 1980 election. the men and women attending By
$, and the Judge Elzie Sanders, and .
D-Crystal Lake, state Lawson was elected over two opponents -
senate seats now held by Sen. Clerk Gib Brown each indicate in 1978 to serve the Since Camp Blanding is an
Buddy Mackay, D-Ocala, and they will seek a third term. balance of the term of Arthur Army National Guard training <.
Sen. Pete Skinner D-Lake City. Supervisor of Electioh "Doc" Holiday who resigned site, the Army provides funds r
The U.S. House seat of veteran Geneva (Neva) Flynn said she because of ill health and movedto for its own units to train there. 1
I Rep. Don Fuqua. D-Altha. is on will be the first to qualify for a Atlanta to live with his The federal government accor-
the line. Sen. Richard Stone's new term. She seeks a fifth four- daughter. ding to Maj. Locke provides
U.S. senate seat is also up for year term. Mrs. Flynn was ap- Circuit judges Wayne M. about 85 percent of the fundingand
grabs this year. pointed in 1963 to serve the Carlisle and Chester Chance will the state government picksup
t On the local level, the other balance of the term of Marion L. be up for election this year. the remaining 15 percent.
two county commissioners up, Crosby, who performed the election Carlisle was appointed to Among other units using the
chairman Dave Shuford com- office duties part-time replace the late Judge George facilities are the Marine and
pleting his fourth term, and before she retired. Patten who died in 1974. Carli- Navy Reserves, active Marine
Maxie Carter Jr. completing his Clerk Brown was elected in sle was elected to a six-year and Navy groups and the F.B.I..
first term, have indicated they 1970 after coming from behindto term in 1974. The F.B.I.. periodically slatesa
will seek new terms. win the Democratic nomina- Judge Chance was apointedlast five day training program, as
Most courthouse officers in- tion in the second primary after when a new circuit do various sheriffs departments.These .
year
dicate they will seek another trailing in the first primary. judgeship was created for the groups primarily use the
term, with only School Supt. Brown then beat Republican In- Eighth Judicial Circuit. rifle range.A .
Tom Casey undecided about man Green who was appointedto State Sen. Terrell (Pete) Skin full-time year round staff of S
seeking a new term, his fourth. succeed the late Charles Dar- ner, D-Lake City, has indicatedhe 50 is maintained at Camp Blending -
Casey says he will make a decision by who died in office in 1969. will seek a second fouryearterm. by the National Guard.The.
School board member J.R.KEEP .
in July. camp also contains maintenanceand I
Sen. Mackay has announcedhe supply facilities for the
will resign from the Florida Florida National Guard.In ,ff
senate at the end of the current addition to the two-week
legislative session to run for the summer active duty sessions
Democratic nomination'for the Camp Blanding is used 42
.ti United States senate seat now weekends a. year for shorter

held by Sen. Richard. Stone.. training programs.
D-Miami. ,;- Increased camp use is plannedby
Three candidates have announced the Florida National Guard.
they will seek the two The intention is to have an entire
r.
}- years left on Mackay's state brigade train at one time, to
t senate term. They are Perry make the training more like actual
McGriff, Jr., George active duty.
Kirkpatrick and the Rev. Gene Listed below are the units
Keith, all of Alachua County. scheduled to train for the spring
Qualifying for state and local and summer months:
offices will be from noon Tues Co D, 26th Avn Bn (CFl. AU
day, July 9, to noon Tuesday, NG*) March 29-April12.
July 23. State office holders Second Bn 263d ADA (S.C.
qualify with the Secretary of ARNG) and the 1203d EngineerBn
State's office in Tallahassee. ARNG 12-26.
(Al. ) April
Local candidates must file their The 53rd Infantry Brigade Camouflage TrainingPart
COOL with of 10. of the training given to troop In learning to camouflage equipment throughthe
ARNG
candidacy Supervisor (IFI. ) April 26-May
u.e of a net and other meanH. Here a Hoilder attempts to untangle a net before
Elections Neva Flynn in the Alternate Command Head covering equipment with It.
Bradford courthouse.The quarters(Fl.ARNG) May 1731.
first primary is set Tues- The 1st Bn, 265th ADA (Fl.
CUT cosTsWITH day, Sept. 9. The second ARNG), the 841st Engineer Jf..Jf..Jf..Jf..Jf..Jf..Jf..Jf..
primary is set Tuesday, Oct. 9. Battalion(* *USAR)and Com
The general election will be held mand and Control Headquarters
Tuesday, Nov. 4. (Al. ARNG) June 7-21.
A PRE-SEASON AIR
Registration books will close The 167th Corps Support $ ___ c
CONDITIONING CHECKUPHERE'S August 9 for both the state and Command (Al. ARNG) June REN NYkd 1
local primaries. The books close 21-July 5.
October 4 for the general elec The Florida National Guard FOOD I I I BUYS
HOW YOU'LL SAVE MONEY... tion. All registrations are doneat Military Academy. July 12-27.
Order a pre-season check-up now and save two the supervisor of elections office *Army National Guard
ways on this pre-season service special and on energy in the Bradford County *U.S. Army Reserve Good April 17 thru April 30
costs with a system operating at peak efficiency courthouse in Starke.
Prevent expensive breakdowns In the sweltering summer


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Tlso Air Conditioning Exports will have a special time with the children each night..
332 W. Madison St. Starke 064-7701 Services will begin at 7:30 each evening. City Fish Meat[ Market
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Camp Blanding Begins Busy Training Seasonby I


Andy Dennon
BCT Staff Writer

This spring and summer will -; -1

be another busy training seasonat
Camp Blanding as 12,000 National
Guard and Army Reserve
trainees flood into the camp for
two weeks of active duty and '
weekend training.'
The training.,which ta already, a ,

in progress, will' /continue -
through July:29,"according to :.
Operations 'and Plans 'Officer
Maj. James L.Locke, ,
The first units arrived Saturday ,, frM
March 29,' and' ,(Included
Company D, 26th AVN: Battalion
of the Flordia Army Na-
1 tional Guard' They trained ,
through Saturday April 12.
Camp Blanding facilities provide u .
training areas for Infantry,
engineering! signal ,and air
defense artillery, helicopter gun-
Heading for the Woods ships and infantry weapons.
in the wood four Engineering units that trainat M
During part of the training period troops are required to live
day. and three nights, Bleeping' tent Here troop are checking equipment after a Camp Blanding practice
brief Instruction on camouflage.FromPagelA demolition technique and con- Map Making '
struct floating bridges on manyof Topographical training I. part of the assignments given to the 120:)Ird Engineer|
the camp's lakes. Battalion from Alabama.This battalion Is the only one of It.UndfepecialUing In mapmaking
. Po/itics. Engineers'are also assigned land lI.rveylln) the country., -
FI (Jimmy) Lawson says he will bea projects to help maintain the
candidate for a full fouryearterm camp as well as to give trainingto Photos Deborah Davidson
held by Rep. Frank Williams, Sheriff Dolph Reddish, County -, in the 1980 election. the men and women atten By
D-Crystal Lake and the state Judge Elzie Sanders, and Lawson was elected over two op- ding.
I held Sen. Clerk Gib Brown each indicate Since Camp Blanding is an
I senate seats now by ponents in 1978 to serve the 11- kr o
Buddy Mackay, D-Ocala and they will seek a third term. balance of the term of Arthur Army National Guard trainingsite
Sen. Pete Skinner, D-Lake City. Supervisor of Electiob "Doc" Holiday who resigned the Army provides funds
I The U.S. House seat of veteran Geneva (Neva) Flynn said she because of ill health and movedto for its own units to train there.
Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha is on will be the first to qualify for a Atlanta to live with his The federal government, according
i the line. Sen. Richard Stone's new term. She seeks a fifth four- daughter to Maj. Locke, provides >f
U.S. senate seat is also up for year term. Mrs. Flynn was ap- Circuit judges Wayne M. about 85 percent of the fundingand
grabs this year. pointed in 1963 to serve the Carlisle and Chester Chance will the state government picksup
On the local level, the other balance of the term of Marion L. be up for election this year. the remaining 15 percent.
two county commissioners up, Crosby, who performed the elec- Carlisle was appointed to Among other units using the
chairman Dave Shuford com tion office duties part-time replace the late Judge George facilities are the Marine and
pleting his fourth term and before she retired. Patten who died in 1974. Carli- Navy Reserves, active Marine
Maxie Carter Jr. completing his Clerk Brown was elected in sle was elected to a six-year and Navy groups and the F.B.I..
first term, have indicated they 1970 after coming from behindto term in 1974. The F.B.I. periodically slatesa
will seek new terms. win the Democratic nomina- Judge Chance was apointedlast five day training program, as
Most courthouse officers indicate tion in the second primary after year 'when a new circuit do various sheriffs departments.These .
they will seek another trailing in the first primary. the
judgeship was created for the groups primarily use
term, with only School Supt. Brown then beat Republican In- Eighth Judicial Circuit. rifle range.A "
Tom Casey undecided about man Green who was appointedto State Sen. Terrell (Pete) Skinner full-time year round staff of
seeking a new term, his fourth. succeed the late Charles Dar- D-Lake City, has indicatedhe 50 is maintained at Camp Blan- \4
Casey says he will make a decision by who died in office in 1969. will seek a second fouryearterm. ding by the National Guard. The '"
School board member J.R. ,
in July. camp also contains maintenanceand 1
Sen. Mackay has announcedhe supply facilities for the ,..
,- Florida National Guard.
will resign from the Florida
senate at the end of the current In addition to the two-week
legislative session to run for the summer active duty sessions
Democratic nomination]for the Camp Blanding is used 42
United States senate seat now weekends a year for shorter
held by Sen. Richard Stone. training programs.
D-Miami. ,;- Increased camp use is plannedby
Three candidates have announced the Florida National Guard. Mf
they will seek the two The intention is to have an entire
years left on Mackay's state brigade train at one time, to "r
senate term. They are Perry make the training more like ac-
McGriff, Jr., George tual active duty.
Kirkpatrick and the Rev. Gene Listed below are the units
Keith, all of Alachua County. scheduled to train for the spring
Qualifying for state and local and summer months:
= offices will be from noon Tues Co D, 26th Avn Bn (IFI. AR-
KEEP day, July 9, to noon Tuesday, NG*) March 29-April 12.
July 23. State office holders Second Bn 263d ADA (S.C.
qualify with the Secretary of ARNG) and the 1203d EngineerBn
State's office in Tallahassee. (Al. ARNG) April 1226.
Local candidates must file their The 53rd Infantry Brigade Camouflage TrainingPart
COOL of the training Riven to troops In learning to camouflage equipment throughthe
candidacy with Supervisor of (Fl. ARNG) April 26-May 10.
line of a net and other mean. Here a Huilder attemptH In untangle a net before
Elections Neva Flynn in the Alternate Command Head- covering equipment with It.
Bradford courthouse.The quarters (Fl. ARNG) May 17-31.
first primary is set Tues The 1st Bn 265th ADA (Fl.
? CUT cosTsWITH day, Sept. 9. The second ARNG), the 841st Engineer
.............
primary is set Tuesday, Oct. 9. Battalion(* *USAR)and Com-
The general election will be held mand and Control Headquarters

A PRE-SEASON AIR Tuesday, Nov. 4. (Al. ARNG) June 7-21.
Registration books will close The 167th Corps Support $
CONDITIONING CHECK-UP August 9 for both the state and Command (Al. ARNG) June
local primaries. The books close 21-July 5.
October 4 for the general elec- The Florida National Guard FOOD I I I Id BUYS
HERE'S HOW YOU'LL SAVE MONEY... tion. All registrations are doneat Military Academy, July 1227.
Order a pre-season check-up now and save two the supervisor of elections of- *Army National Guard
ways' on this pre-season service special and on energy fice in the Bradford County U.S. Army Reserve Good April 17 thru April 30
costs with a system operating at peak efficiency courthouse in Starke. !
Prevent expensive breakdowns In the sweltering summer
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I '1 Man fromIndians Ptc ct Thomas Joins BHS Football Staff ;,,: \ I



Blast IBolles i ti Sexton,' Concentrate on Basketball,

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9 Keystone Hlgh'B Indlana.eappad off ajtbusy month with a 5-4) decision Friday nightat rl4 Bradford High School's coanhlng ,il'm: looking noW for. another defensive muted that Sexton a Tornado coach
week with a big; ,big win over KHHS. N staff was given a shakeup thin weelfcss coach and if I find one to work with the since the 1965 state championshipseason .
; '_Jacksonville Bolls Tuesday nigh Baldwin's Ray Wilson ((6-2) checked long-tlrae football defensive coordinator ,front,seven Jimmy will handle the will be sorely missed.
i 5: The Indians broke open a 0.0 standoffS Keystone on four hits, and while the Milt Sexton will be dropping chose defensive backs." "Mike has really done a tremendousJob
with nine runs on ten hits In the last two visitors only managed four hits too "1 think will He's been here
,, '' duties to concentrate on his family and Jimmy do us a good job. for our program. so
St Innings to stun the Bulldogs W). Boles they plated five unearned runs.. bat tbaU> and former Union. Co..High, ,He's got good experience, just the type long... it's Just like having two head
had won 11 In a row after an opening "We played sloppy, we were Just with him in of the
headmen Jimmy Thomas will be stepping person we were looking for. There coaches really, charge
i 10...and fell to 11.2 to Keystones down I don't what It was," Indian' into the football defense post. always Is a difficult transition period defense. We've had some great defensive

.. 1171" ., coach Rodney Nelson wondered after PHS.,Athletic Director David HurM but the system Jimmy cornea from Is a teams under him"
Indian pitcher Clark Stovall was Just the loss. "Maybe" thla'U bring us back to confirmed Monday that Thomas will lot like ours so the transition won't be Hurse stopped to choose his words
'-one batter from a perfect in earth though. join the Tornado staff April 24, If notsooner as difficult for him." carefully and then described Sexton.a
away game
winning his fifth without a loss. The Two walks,s passed ball,a wild pitch, u } t ,to fill the gap left by Sexton,one .Thomas, a 1965 graduate of UCHS "master teacher. He's unique."
and two errors coupled with a double of, Florida' ,and of Tennessee had Sexton asked what emotions he
leadoff hitter for Bolles rolled a i ? most respected assistant University grad a was
"grounder through the middle In the first and aingls gave Baldwin four runs in the coaches. 16-17 record in threw.years as head foot- felt In leaving football. "Right now I
inning for the only hit. KHHS aecond third inning. :"Jimmy will probably be the defensive i ball coach of the Tigers after serving as don't seem to have any. I'm looking forward
baseman Eddie Dyal gloved the ball but Chris Prichard went two for three for ., ( coordinator" Huraa said. "He'll an assistant for six seasons. to spending little more time with
his long throw couldn't beat the runner. KHHS with Sibley and Eddie Dyal most likely work with the front seven. managing the other hits. AU were
Stovall went on to get the last 21 batters daughter Michelle) and
13 on strikeouts,, and Keystonenever singles. basketball
made. "I guess the thing I'll miss is the kid..
an error.
The Indians had no trouble with I had a lot of good year and enjoyed
The Indians were shut down on Just listless J... Victory Christian Thursday Joyful Acres Sweeps them and the kids. To ms that's the
one hit through five Innings but they exploded In a twilight doubleheaderbelting 0 pleasurable part of It. You get to see
for 10 hit In the last two Inn- the visitors 16-O (five innings)and 92. Stsrke Truck Plaza second baseman lm'i1Union them come into. the program and progress
Ing. Oruenwald fired a no-hitter for his Joey Bennett ranged right to glove this through it until graduation. I sawa
Nine men came to the plate In the fifth strsight win In the opener while ball but Joyful Acres of Jacksonvillegot lot of them come and go and, enjoyed
sixth with Dyal plating Kenny Jenningsand Harvin won his third straight with a enough baas hits through to sweep every one of them."
: Sam Sibley with a two out single to three hit-eight strikeout performance In doubleheader 16-9 and 11-10 at Ed Sexton said at a recent BHS sports
give the Indians the lead.Sibley's single the night cap. ward's Rd. Field last Thursday night. banquet that his basketball squad has
started a five-consecutive base hit str1 Shawn Prichard was 4-foi-4 with a "We left s-o-v many people on base," been working out virtually every afternoon -
Ing ss Jeff Stone, Grady Bostlc and double and two RBI's Jennings was moaned Stark- Truck coach Dwight Dixie Baseballers since the season ended.
V Scott Bannon followed Dyal with base 3-for-4 with four runs scored, and Chris Elder.' "We Just didn't hit the long Brsdford's football staff now Includes
.1 hits and the Bolles rightflelder let Prichard was 2-for-4 with two RBI's In ball." Play- Saturday in Lake CityThree Hurse, Thomas, trainer Bradey
5 Stone' liner get by him for a two-base the opener. Starke Truck had no home rune, but Greathouse, Mike Hartley RickStev.n.
3t error. five runs came across. Greg Prichard was 3-for-4,Jeff Smith was led at the plate by Jim Lewis and ., and JV coaches Ben Moxleyand
'1:0KHHS kept rolling In the seventh 2-for-3 with two runs batted in, Scott Brian Johns who were .both ft-for-7, and Union County Dixie Youth Braves and Tigers play each other to Carlton Faulk.
\r with Jennings starting the rally again Bannon 2-for-4. and Scott Stormer Randall McGee and Larry Mercer, who baseball clubs play Saturday April 19 open their home seasons.
J5 with single and Shawn Prichard scoring smashed a two-run double In the second were both B-for-6. McGee had four in Lake City.
3 him with bass hit.Chris Prlchard's game. RBI's. .The Bret&Jerry Pirates play Dixie
base hit kept thing.going before Sibley Major (ages 15-17)) game'against'
X; busted a two-run double to deep lefty Lake City lit National Braves Saturday -
center. Stone singled to score Sibley to L morning at 11 a.m. The same two
put KHHS up 9-0. squads will open the Pirate home season
2 Sibley ended 3-for-3 with two doubles 4 1i Saturday, April 26 at 11 a.m. at the
3:: while Stone was 2-for-3. t Lake Butler-Union County Recreational
Complex off Highway 121.

S. The Indians had ripped Wllliston 10-1
1 Both the Union County Tigers and THOMAS
Monday night after seeing their own METALS INC.
ID-game win string busted by Baldwin Union County Braves(ages 13.16))open
&-0 Fri night. their seasons Saturday. April 19. In
Lake City against Lake City teams. The
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IT first and then erupted for six more In Trsver's Braves while the Tigers play at Specializing In. Mitered End Sections And Elbows

5 the fourth to ease past Wllliston ((6-16)) 3 p.m. with Lavell Jones getting the
t 10-1 Monday on the road. mound assignment from coach Robert
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wald who came on in the third to mop y t-, of 31'T On Tuesday April 22. at 5 p.m. the
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Wllliston to Just two hits. : i f raj 1 lake Butler, Fla., 496-2013
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r 'dJ Tornado Bovs 3rd in District Tennis I


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? dsF Bradford Tornadoes finished third- and Johns both won 10 doubles mat- LY NEWSOMKKHHMbMt
tea......./ l8l4l,4-l. MAMCIKMOUNKYJIAMUCHBI ,.
their highest bowing .v.rat the ches., ( )tot..Bkk. IS.team District 8 tennis tournament 4.......NATALIE:DUOUID KHHW Mat TH\ *.
DMbl.t-r-oIo-yIw.1 .inTrr--*.** ** tot to Cnriw lltadiU O<<.t.*
played in Gainesville last week. .
PIIu>-Mods ,STACEY DENMARK BMW...to H.'Ii.' ..6-7.
7 BHS piled up 18 paints to finish BOys.. ,1.7 PAM RICHARDS UlHB/ lea to B rt>.ctlM(
behind only Gainesville, which advanced N...... I ...... CHUB JOHNSON asset tart HaJllOt,&* '
to the state tourney this weekend in KoIow CkMlndl ... e* h..4 PMfcMt(DhW4, (riHtoi MICHELLE MUSE HHHI lest to KMshtUA.CIIJI04.0
Iii .kM Club ,00 M e* HENRY CURRY ( PAULA ROCKER lUCHUIkM/
Gainesville] with 28 points,and. Lake City which totaled 19. t....... alP PRATT IBHHI tort Bkin.ste. IM ,cIIOCIUUARIPrISIBHItI I w..
GHS won every, final in both the girls! ,Hi tart Ca.ipia(Bucktohl) ...7*TnUd. -.t...<4 k?.wI...t beat Mllto ...- IPKYt 4-1.S-2,lot..
t and boys division to to both IONS> .to ..'. !'*. 04 KEVIN/ TYKEU.IUCHW ___ K11IHI/ to _I'. M. .14. WEEK
Y sweep tat..III......" PRY M.M. NEWBOME: IKHHBI tot .. Rkou! ho4o. lO.kHIUI24.44.
} a crowns.The girls squads from Bradfordand I W .y Keystone High tied with four U,bM Dahl iFlmUtl' )7-4 It-It.O*Ml lort.Cetato- to l....C- 41.4"eI''ly'oe. I" '
RrRa points while Union County didn't score. il lOok loata 44, 14 W..O* DAMON I d.ublast HANK8-DUOUID (KHHSI .Mat
The Tornado boys could WIERICK UCHSI Irat..OeM IPkuM...M. Rkkvck rightly brag
4 riMltar ROBBIE: PIKRCB: IBHW' bead Cnw .(lobs 0.11101.00. MU.E-KAREN CHITTY
about being Bradford's beet tennis ICkWI.ie>llloMtoNm __ ._ L team ever after their 11-5 season and STARLING UCHSI Seat to CUit ILCI ML M. '
showing at district. Four singles .......MIKE: AKRIDOE: IBUSI k".t Pea,..
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IDtaW 6-1 OOi beat c IBak.ll
ChampionshipSwing players- Chub Johnson, Rip Pratt ., al<...... City ta"o.l'.!... 14.Niwtxr .
Craig Sapp, and Mike Akrldge-reachedthe I dads. JOHNSON.PRATT IBHBI( '" lMeLw
semifinals and both doubles teams- S..IUi IBiHshkoM, ftll beat Bath-KIL.R.bea154 FLORIDAStarke9645451
Championship flight winner Harold Johnson and Pratt and Sapp and Eddie < .2J.; ...to Ctark. _......IL.k.Clljl
Bishop won his fourth Strawberry Golf te.si'.07.8-3.11-8..
Wmkler made the semi's THEATRE
1 mfclw. BAPP-WINKLER IB pet 57.. .beat
ttlle ass1Putter Final season records Included W.nl-N_by DkM 4-1 Ml tot to rUld..o._
Johnson- 14.3 singles 10-3( doubles; KlH8I.real'
Pratt 13-6 and 14.4; Sapp 15.4 and 14-4;
Power Akridge 9-8 and S-li: Winkler 7-3 In GIRLS- Fri., Sat. & Sun

Third flight placer Warney Adkinson on a green. doubles. Nu.b. 1 sleds MICHELLE WEEKS IKHHHI.
Only Bradford's number one doubles Mat Seat .,. JANICE: JOCKEL
teat lo Milk IPKYI 1-6 -
team of Janice Jockel and Elise Johns IBH8I tea to Ivi.,......City 14..... CAROLYN
made the semifinals in girls play, ORIPFIft IUCH8I lea to thntewi 44.M.
Bishop Simmons and Riggs Win though Johns and Julie Oriffis of BHS. I 01...... ELISE JOHNSBUSH/ beat Hulk*
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and Michelle Weeks Kelly Newsome (MICHELLE!! Pol l 4-1 HAN 4-h KSIKHHHIto.kM to Cmn*( (-ILik CI'.CI-

and Natalie Duguid of Keystone reached 1,1 04..4. ROBIN HILL UCHSI toil to ....._
the quarterfinals.Jockel 4I"o- .
J..kmtoi JULIE ORIPriS IBH8I beat Muly..a18r1&$61i
ended 13.4 in singles whilellh.
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Storkt1 s Harold 'Bish Bishop Tom Sykes(IPalatka) 150 PHILLIP NICHOLS Sports CalendarThursday
already a thrre-time winner. won the Berger Warner(Ocala 151 (STARKE) 162
Strawberry Invitational Golf Tourna- STEVE CHEEK(KEYSTONE) 152 8th JOE PETROCK IONH BEIUSHi'AN '

mint championship flight again on his First flight ((5-8 handicaps-) (MELROSE) 167 April 17KEYSTONE AYKA Y YA
home course and Starke Golf&Country
(flub members won two of the other Guy Sapp(Ormond Bch) 152 US basketball banquet at KIIHS cafeteria ((6.30): )

three flights in the 1 tth edition of the JACK Mark Spindler HAZEN(Gainesville(STARKEI)) 154 153 3rd flight 113-18)) Net Scores: Santa Fe at UNION CO. baseball.(47:30)) STEVEN SPIELBERG FILM
Perry Rings( (Penney Farms) 135
tourn.'y lust weekend. Newberry at UNION Co. softball ((4))
5thl)DOUG GRAY(STARKE) 154 WARNEY ADKINSON girls
Keith Bishop Hornlon squeezed in past a sudden Jackion\death'ille s 2nd flight (19-12)): (STARKE) 138 KEYSTONE at Ocala Municipal for District golf 1PANAVtSION'ra.

pluvoff after matching four-oer par STEVE SIMMONS(STARKEI) 157 Robert Stevens(Jax) 139 BRADFORD at Willow Lakes for District golf
UK- over the 36.hole regulation Gary Alvera(Middleburgh> 159 LYNN BOBO(STARKE) 113 KEYSTONE at St. Augustine for track & field invite r
distance Bishop, purred the extra hole John lemma (Gainesville) 160 ROY REYNOLDS 144
to Hornton bogve JIM: HESTER(ISTARKE) 161 OR.H.GRUEN 145 Friday, April 18KEYSTONE- .. M. .: 0{ 1
Orange Park's Guy Sapp won flightone BOB MCRAY (ISTARKE 162 ERIC REDFERN IKEYSTONEIJ45) at UNION CO. baseball ((7:30)St. )

with a 152 but Starke s Steve Simmons Augustine at BRADFORD baseball ((7:30))
shot 157 for the flight two title UNION at Suwannee Conf. track & field, Chiefland 301 DRIVE III

and Perry Riggs of Penny Farms Rainbow Marine Invitational Rainbow Marine men's Softball tournament thru Sunday in
another local member, shot a net score Fri. & Sat.
135 to win the last flight for 13.18 handicappers BROOKER Sun. & Mon.It's .
Cranks Up Friday in BrookerThe

Other locals who plated\ high included Monday. April 21- .
Keystone High junior Steve Greek who Rainbow Marine Invitational men's Softball tournament gets underway Friday Gainesville High at KEYSTONE baseball ((7:30): ) Aliveand
shot 152 for sixth" in the championship night April 18. at 7:30: p.m.. weather permitting with the Senior Boys from Starke Clay at BRADFORD girls Softball ((4))
Jack Hazen and Doug Gray of playing the Green Cove Stars.
flight BRADFORD baseball at Buchholz ((4))
Starke who were 3rd and 5th in the first Other first night action in the 12-team,double-elimination fracas has host Rainbow
flight Jim Hester Boh :McKay and :Marine playing the Green Cove Rebels at 8:IS.Starke Truck Plaza versus W.W. Gayof Tuesday. April 12- It's Alive 2
Phillip Nichols who occupied slots 4.6In daim-sville at 9,30, and Gwynn's of High Springs against Lake City at 10:45.: Williston at UNION CO. girls Softball ((4))
flight two and Warniy Adkinson Play starts Saturday morning at 8 a.m. with Cedar Key playing the wlnne of Fri. Chiefland at UNION CO. baseball ((7:30):
day's game one.. Stonrcraft of Jacksonville tests the two winner at 9-15 Jax
!Lynn Hobo. and Roy Reynolds who game Rated R
were 2nd. 4th and 5th in the third American Fitness plays the game three surivor at 10:30, and the Outlaws of Crystal BRADFORD baseball at Santa Fe ((7.30): )
flight River go against the game four winner at 11:45. Saturday last game is set for 11 KEYSTONE baseball at Baldwin ((4))
pm. with play cranking back up at noon Sunday with the winn...'. bracket final KEYSTONE girls Softball at Baldwin ((4))
THE LEAnER BOARD sluttKl for 1 1:15: p.m. and the first championship game set for 6 p.m.
Top scorers and loral placers ".11's gonna be good" promised tourney coordinator Steve Nipper of Rainbow. 'I
championship flightHAKOLD : really think there's about six teams that could win it. Starke Truck Plaza is playing
"BISH" BISHOP real reul tough. Stonvcraft in there, we're coming on now I think and Crystal
ISlarkel I4M Rif er's. gonna be unreal 4 look, foi)',.hem to hit 80 home runs if they go through the 1
Keith Hornlon(Jax 14H thing
Ray :Merrill(Gainesville) 149 Hot dogs and refreshments will be served up at the ball park concession stand.





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Tigers Out oif Suwannee Baseball RaceUnion I



County .((gia'a Tigers lost to P k. YongB took advantage of five Tiger Union war out.hit only 76 but: the

Nswbsrry Tuesday night( and errors, two of which fueled a six run Blue visitors made tough to come bark, committing
Gainesville
P.K. Yonge last Thursday Wave second Inning to top the Tigers 0-3 only oneerror and three times robbing
night by identical 8-8 scorn to lull out, Thursday night In Lake Butler
Tiger hitters of base hits with, sparkle
the
of
Suwannee
tl. chase.. Conference basebaj''.>:. Ing defensive plavi And three times PKY
f Pf "I"m telling you. that one bad Inning Is gunned down Tiger runners trying to takean
P.K.Y all but wrapped the tlUsffot'l\ what killed us' moaned Tiger boo Joe extra base
with their win over the Tigera- giving;:,1\ Brannen after watching the league- Tony Honour's greeted reliever Ricky

them a 7-0 loop mark to Union'1,93; leading Waves,.plate the half.dozen runs Dale with an RBI single' to plate Ronnie

Newberry then moved into second place to open the game up Take away two er Pink lIon with, Unions first run. In the
(at 6-2 to the Tigers 1-4)) with their
win. ran a couple of passed balls and a wild fourth
S in Newberry Tuesday That loss left the pitch and PKY would have had two, After the Blue Waves added runs on
Tigers 12-10 for the season with /home maybe three runs In the frame on four Dales solo homer to left and a passed ball

games tonight against' Santa "and base hits. Brian Rineharfs, double to left to make It 8-1 UCHS got two back In the

tommorrow night against ;s14rye center was the most damaging. blow scor bottom of the sixth Carlos lohary was hit
Heights both at 7 30 i *
: p.rn. tt', ling two;
by pitch, Tony Honour walked and PeeWee
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Henderson singled to load the bates
I and Dean OSteen delivered a two-out
I::; "- I I1'l1a Indian Golfers Best Tornadoes single to score two But after the ball got

; past the catcher Dale threw a strike to second

Tornado Richard Galnea won the bat District base from the backstop to catch
GolfIs '
I. tle for medalist honors with a oneoverpar O steen for the third out

37 but Keystone High's Indians Today For Henderson had two hits. with Tommy
... the warthe Honour and Dwayne Mallard adding thiother >
won team match- 168.17. KHHS BUS
SB Covering JUp at Home over the Starke Golf and Country Club Tiger sate 'irs
Golfers from Keystone Heights High
last
I II' rj course Thursday.
Gaines outdueled Indiana Steve and Bradford High will be vying for ,

Greek ((38)) and David McKormlck 138)) district tournament honors at two dif I
for low-man honors KHHS number five ferent sites today, Thursday April 17
man Kevin Coursey added' In' a 42 The 18.hole events qualify only thetop
I' I Tigers Outrun IndiansUnion Keystone though as Keystones second line team and top Individual to the state

strength was the better. .r tourney so the going Is rough.
Awards e
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Cage } Keystone which finished with a 10 4
County High 35 and The Indians went Spt'brangej record with seven wins In a row plays at
got points to I
U'23 SCOTT SINGLETAR..IKII'( OS on ? "" "
three individual wins from seemingly Mil..r.I.i,v.... Co.54.4. Given TonightKeystone Park by sudden death playoff for the second Ocala Municipal In a district that In. sac D
tireless Greg Jones and ran past time this season Monday to close cludes 24 schools- mostly class 3A and
Keystone High 62.43 In a dual track & The Tigers took third In a fourteamrun Heights High School will I out their regular campaign 10-4 with 4A. Indian coach Ron Brummitt figures
field meet at KHHS last Thursday. at Trenton Tuesday. St. Johns honor its boys and girls varsity and J V seven wins in a row. Ocala Forest will be tough to beat on its

Jones won the long jump high jump, Lutheran won the meet with 80 points basketball teams tonight, Thursday Again it was Greek versus OP'a Pete home course.. "Forest and Gainesville tkJRcksonvill

and mile run to lead the Tigers, who won to Trenton 78, Union's 84. and Oak dinner April 17 at at the the basketball appreciation Oglesby in the sudden-death duel after BuchhoU are the teams that stand out
KHHS
cafeteria,
10 of 13 events Union won all three Hairs 34. the teams deadlocked at 171.171 over as favorites
9 relays and Willis Highland 1604 440)), The Tigers controlled the relays with The 6 covered dish dinner affair startsat the Willow Lakes course, And again Bradford Tornadoes ((4-6 entering a 4Flonda
S Tommy Roberson. Irvin George, and wins in all three and Greg Jones and :30 p.m.Jacksonville. Greek brought KHHS the win. Oglesby Wednesday match with Macclenny) will
Jr:Phillip Jackson added wins Willis Highland won individual events University basketball hit the trees with his tee shot and never play their diatlct at Willow Lakes, out-

I.; Keith Jones won the 220 and was second but their lack of depth was a factor. coach Tates Locke Is lined up as the recovered while Greek parred the aide of Jacksonville That one too. Includes -
," in two events and third In another Jones and Rufus George were on all guest speaker 530-yerd first hole in four for the win. 4A powers from the Jacksonville
for: KHHS while Dale Seymour and three relays. area.

Robbie Graziano added Indian wins.. ..... On sale Thursday
Summary! 42'Boot. Put .ISJLI..I".IRVIN GEOROEIUI STARKE( STORE ONLY

(II...., DALE SEYMOUR IKI 1W.e. MORRY Lana Jump,Tbom. m 19-1114 Friday & Saturday!
,CRAVKY IKI 1021. IRVIN UEORGEIUI MM 01..... Bono IBJIJ 1264Hlk InIEAGLEIIII.
Long Jump, OMEn JONES IUI 19-S. SMITH IUI lump H_..... (OH) 9-10 4thl GREG Discontinued Paints -
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Shot Pull I, C.FOROK IUI 41..10, SEYMOUR IKI A...lth ISJLI 15.1I0 Tremendous: DiscountsAssorted
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Jump. JONES Ill M K.JONES IKI M. II O. Colors
WALT HONEY IKI MIflO MIlo! O JONES IUI'4:55., ud a Interior 8 Exterior Household
PHILLIP JACKSON IUI 11)5 CRAVEV IKI 440 R.I./, UNION CO DENNIS KIRMONFH 84 /w
161:GARY HONNtR.. : IKI II1, PHILLIP JACKSON R. GEORGE WILLIS
Mite a JONES IUI' >'29. CHUCK MARTIN IKI HIOHLANOI.IL4.!
94.1 ROBBIE WAZIANO ISIS 41 HIGHLAND IUI 529.
440 R.I.y llnlra. Co.4674WWILI.IHHICiHI.AND. 3.101":J HM m 45.S IIC4 SAVINGS ON
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rule TOMMY HOIIFKHON IUI 229 ALVIN JACKSON, G JONENI 4,02,
STANLEY IKI 2 34 HAL HARRINGTON lUI'1,40. i'tOBnulomon: 10111 24.A TOMMY RODtHSON:
Milt Medley, Union Co. 4-in IUI 243. /
221 K. JONES: IKI :a 9. DENNIS: ROUKKSON HIP 2.. ., BIN rTI 1102. "t':; FOR: MEN!
294. DUMHHOKKI 'IKI2OO Mil.' R.liy UNION.JONES R GEORGE T. eave 1.85 P JkM ogle ToOT
mile GRAZIANOIKI' U'12. BARB NGTON IUI ROBLRSON HIGHLAND!141 rat was
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Trojans Take KHHS Meet NEW boll style loop with five and pocket alralnnt,
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Jasper's Trojans state class 2A track 220- T.y lor HIM 4 WERE 10.88 want HIM 21 to 38. M
| champions in both boys and girls divlj 2mll PATTY MEADOWS IKI IS 10. PATTY WAS 5/5.85 PRICES! Inseam.

j sions last year, won both sides of a four- 8TANCIL Mil. Rtl.y IKI'In..I.IS:19. .....9 M Extra heavy dutyl! ProtongaSine ....
: life by reducing .ualow Shop where dollar more! Save to 39Hi
5.school meet at Keystone High Tuesday Shot P., FNOm..''JI 31011.4thl ANNA OAOI.IO roalon. and wear, HD 30. your miys up
afternoonS IKU47Dloeur: .
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Indians second, ahead of In- 11MlJAi'
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Cttulachen: and Williston In the boys half Lon. Jump TyIn.111199,

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na' JtHlf' and botWihe totorlacTftajg Slid, R;i.a5! .-._ If f. Koyilont f2. I..HI./: SO. IA1 r Isav sir e rn na, T,, nl 1, .,r ; y .. i:1: 1 -
i'dnjyili>ibis!" n 880 ", 41.'.. .10,
Simile' runs for KIIHS with Betsy Boat- I.1IIIM! J.... IJI 19 T. 4lhl MORRY TRAVBY IKI
I itiraght adding a high jump win and Pat- 'I6B,
100 P.uKJI IO d
!rtr i-Meadows winning the mile run.frrin Mlle. Word IWI 9 17. _1.48 save 19% 27% save 10- l.v.27% sav.16% gave 14%
:: meets earlier in the week Keith 440 R.l.y, Lilly IJI'91 9. KEITH JONES(IKI 11211.J.IOIM' 2PK.
J jyones lowered his school record In the : Plim III 42 9. 3rd IRAVEY IKI) ... 9lhl WAS WAS WA8 $ WAS WAS $ WAS WAS $4
J-UdO, yard dash with a 51.8 win In the PAUL STEINMETZ(IKI'48 4urn 3/3.4S 3..2 1.13 $1 1.37 3/1.11 SO 2.74. 461AQUAFRESH
.k..IJI 2 a ami TONY STEW ART IKI'2 33.41h' .
rCTonda Crown Conference meet and 'ALVIN STANLEY'2 aMIUMrdlty LISTERINE 6 ROLLS CAROLINA CELLO TAPE FAMOUS MAKER, 100% POLY WALK MEN'S DRESS SHIRT
IStbley 25 win the 880 at the ..... .
2 to 01 KEYSTONE
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TOOTHPASTE 4 60Z. ANTISEPTIC 12 OZ. BATHROOM TISSUE x 800" PILLOW CASES SHORTS FOR MEN SHORT SLEEVES
prestigious! Trojan Invitational at 220Cundy: IJI 23 8.,:3rdl JONES IKI'24.6
2.mllr) W.rd" (IWP 1 1 23.Irdl'GRAZIANO''K112OC1.:
Jacksonville. Ribault Saturday. 4lkl MARTIN IKI U 22 DOUBLE .....
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PAM THOMAS(IKI 20rju <, HI.h Jump Jan..III 94 JONES IKI 56.KHHS v r
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.4.0. Relay, InurlK-hrn 91 S. IOII9lhl GARY BONNER 109 440- I." KEITH
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!!..",..,.Medley, J>._4.9S BLADES 5. MILK OF MAGNESIA OR PASTE WAXES TENNIS BALLS DISH TOWELS T-SHIRTS S.M,L,XL T-SHIRTS, IRREQS
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KHHS Tops 104frSystones ucjRjiEnd Lady Tigers ROLL EJ dfA

Rout IndiansUnion ON

girls team beat Union ......-. t'r Isav.
CJftvijly! 5.2 Monday afternoon to end High's Lady Tigers routed

tbetesvaaon with 10.4 record. Chiefland 17.2 Tuesday at home- banging 29% says 39%' save 29% sav % two 27% saY. 24% save 10/s
pW i tks and Hanks both won two motiSoalo out a season-high total of 20 hits

pace the win while Paula HuckcrwijttJor That win, with a 10.6 win over WAS $1 WAS $- WAS 3:;..... wA8 31IS" WAS 41 WAS 2A$3 WAS2R$3
UCHS Hawthorne last
Wednesday pushed 1.40 UI 3/141 3/1.41 4/1.38 2/394
tel S KHIIS.lrl.9.1'1'IIS 1 UCHS above .500 at 68, They play '
St ij..o""'...,.IKI won,...,..., HoiUi.'IKI M flrtl. Newberry at home today, 1.5 OZ. SECRET 8 OZ. JOHNSON'SBABY POKER OR BRIDGE INFLATABLE 100% COTTON BOYS' BOXER STYLE BOYS' TANK TOPS
Thursday
llfSa": ?<...oi>.ISI lrl Moon.yh.m d-4 Ihiiiuld IKIdj. 17 ANTI-PERSPIRANT CORN STARCH PLAYING CARDS BEACH BALL DISHCLOTHS JOG SHORTS IRREQ. SOLIDS, IRREGS.sav. .
April at 4 m and host Williston
IkkwdoS-l Hurhn(1d.' <-r (14... (VII p at
kn, H.nk.N........ IKI o., (...",..Hill IM. 4pm. Tuesday. _
Mioo. him KI.h.....IVl'I won by d.,..... Union jumped all over Chiefland, ,

m building up a 15.0 lead before CHS 47\
scored Sandra Parrish went 4.fo..-..

KHHS Girls with four runs batted In, Rhonda Scaff << \
was 3.for.3 with three runs scored and

VQin Seventh Page McGiU belted a three run homer in 18V
I the win Diane Pace was 2.for.2 with a x
Jtifston* High's Lady Indians halted triple and Gail Rogers was 2-for-4 with 24% sav, 15% save 29% S.V614 ..". 12% ..". $.". 18% LADIES'


I, a wise(two'gam.reek Monday losing slide and with Tuesday a two night.game four RBI's. '/.3g,4R1' ,' WAS 9/117 Sw$ WAS 311.41 Sw$1 a.e5 WAS *6 WAS 2/1.14 2..1 WERE 2/SBJ 162i5:; WERE i/ata 2i5COTTONPOLY

bombing Williston 135 ,.on' the road Four girls banged out two hits apiece
, Monday and topping Gatnes4 ille. High against Hawthorne and pitcher Dawn BEVERAGE GLASS. 6" WOVEN WOOD ROCKINGHAM NYLON DUFFLE WASHCLOTHS SHORT SLEEVE
6.8 ac:hornet Tuesday night. McDowell checked the visitors on just CLEAR. 11.2 OZ. SALAD BOWLS STACKABLE MUGS ''j BAG FOR CAMPERS 10 GREAT SOLIDS KNIT TOPS. SML JOGGING SHORTSII'

rlliGHS; game was a close one but six hits v .
the.."ildy Indians scored three. time In'thco."ill Rhonda Scaff, Gail Rogers. Sandy t EN'S
th to take the "lean for good A Parrish, and Pam Carter all had two '

Sharon Walrath single turned into a hits with Rogers knocking in two runs 1 :

home-run on errors and Karen Smith's I and scoring twice and Parrish collecting Q s"T,.
base Kit brought home fU'cky Bund and two RBI'sLake ,

Donna Dodd In that, nning to' put ..4''
KHHft 6.2. Smith wa3.foi4 with a eft
up Butler + .. 12% 18 32% .. 10%' .
homrfun In the gameS '' Eagles I''I ".25% saw rn eay taus ,

,Th-**-. Lady Indian' (( bunted |:3 hits Finally Win One! m.1Ai' 'WAS 2 WAa2 ..1'i'' 5t7 $4. WAS .1 ;;' :36E: WAS ,,2 .3' .

three1= .by 'TrscvCallcmav. ,' .n and As coach Boh McGuinn said, "It 1/1.34 I .. ,117 2/334 ..

outscored hoaCWilliatdn.'8'6).'after ar>' finally happened." ; STONEWARE 'Y_1 ICE CREAM COCOA BASKETS SISAL ROPE RECTANGULAR COTTON CANVAS MEN'S TERRY; OR '
even,(ft.III' first three Innings tlonday His Eagles finally won their first soccer ASHTRAY AST: MANY USES .,,v 5ori.'BoU MAKEUP TWILL VISORS
Rune was 2.for-..4'Withf. triple-*and same tha( is.. besting the : : I I'j' IA
Melame Alford,.Stephanie herlert and Gainesville Eagles 3-2 after being down' i
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Sharon each added two hits for .2-0 last Saturday, ? ,;;::" 'I; ""'_"" ;:.
KHHS to atop two game losing. slid. Charles Adams, Alex Sanchez, and : .... !' MIRRORScsWORK j
Dillow, .....or.. ).> 4.
Randy kicked in goals for the 1o.J- ,
Baldwin had scored in thelop of the' Lake Butler team while goalkeeper fIlSCOOPS -' 'J7"' :: ,' -

seventh to edge past the Keystone girls David Wood. made ten saves, most of \ \I

M Friday night. them in the last period to totally. shut -..,... .- up to \;.. 1 '
Down 4-2 the dy"tneliana tied the ,off the Gainesville team save 18% "NO sav.15" % J' .av 10% .
in the sixth as Calloway'walked.Sharon Rookie Kenny Johns played a great ?

game Walrath' singled, and both ,game at halfback McGuinn added. He WAS Zw.5 WAS *. --2 WAS .*9 ,WAS11" I WAS S 5 U PTO 2.1:: WASes
scored on Hand's clutch double.. But, also welcomed newcomer Claudia Johnsto 2/.... 11..M I.. 1 I See 1/1.2' I

Baldwin tallied once and shut KHHS'down The the team team.still needs another coach fora GALS.. EAGLE EAGLE GRANULAR\ DIALAMATC'', ON&MAN'" BOAT i 'W MEN'S''KEOS' MEN'S/WOMEN'S MEN'S" 3UCDB
seventh
In the bottom of the' second Lake Butler LIQUID CHLORINE CHLORINE 7 LBS. SPRINKLER 2 ARM W/OAR LOCKS GRASSHOPPERSSTARKE THONGEP ZORIS WORK SHOES
tor team and
Alford hit a solo home run early more
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contributed two hits. McGulnn at 499-3714 if .Interested, 1 .MII ,,1.1 (JI.HIot--; '..I,oRliii' -k *' KEYSTONE Hgts. '

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Del Sweat. t'-FKA.' sho"t'lltht' grand champion hog a 210-pound Spot, and Buyers of the grand champion hog were six Starke businesses: Davis Monk Mark Crews B-FFA. showed the reserve champion hog ill the swine show at
I sold it for 1632.10. or $3.01 per pound. plus getting add-ons of 1213 In the swine Farnsworth& Co.. Rosier Monument and Nursery Bradford County Telegraph, the Bradford County fair. The 2H-poinul Hampshire cross, sold) for $2.ill: per
sale Thursday night. April 3, at the Bradford County Fair. In addition Sweat Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q George Roberts Insurance, and the Florida Bank al pound and a $196.80 total. Attorney Jess Wnlbvrt, shown with I'rews above '
also received'IS 1.52 in across-the-board add-ons given to all Union hogs. Starke. Shown with Dell and his champion pig are some of the buyers (l-r) J.E. brought the hog. Crews also received $li(<) in iiulividual udd-ons plus $71.52 In
Del. tH, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Sweat of Worthington Springs. Tomlinson, Pat Farnsworth George Roberts, and Marvin Rosier. across-the-board add-ons given for all Bradford h ns.
Crews, 13. Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Crew* of Brixikrr.



I Del Sweat's Champion Porker Nets $632 in B-U Swine SaleFFA'er : I



FFA: 1)) Randy Luke, 2)) Cindy Alderman, Hampton; 3)) Karl Williams, U, I
Del Sweat started a three-out-of-four Union County sweep of Some 60 buyers attended the auction, which was called by Angleta Haymon.
livestock competition at the 30th annual Bradford County fair by showing the Most of the 4-H and FFA members bought their hogs in mid-December and Worthington Springs.
grand champion hog Wednesday night, April 2. worked with them at least an hour a day until the fair. The students have to owna
Sweat's 210-pound( grand champion Spot brought $3.01 per pound for a total of hog 90 days to qualify for the show and sale. :..
$632.10, plus $215 In individual add-ons and $81.52 in across-the-board add-ons Best All-Round
given for all Union hogs. The swine show has made a steady comeback over the past five or six years A new award given for the first time this year by Guaranty Federal Savings& ::
after cholera outbreak caused the show to dwindle to almost
Del. 18. is the son of Mr and Mrs. D.C. Sweat of Worthington Springs.The a some years ago Loan Association of Gainesville is called the Best All-Round Award, taking into '
nothing. The last three the show have seen record numbers of hogs
champion was bought by six Starke businesses: Florida Bank at Starke; entered in the fair. years account record books, showmanship, hersmansliip, and appearance of animal
Davis, Monk. Farnsworth & Co.; George Roberts Insurance Co., the Bradford and exhibitor. I
The 62 hogs entered in 1979 was a record, and swine association members
County Telegraph Rosier's Monument and Nursery, and Sonny's Real Pit Bar Robbie May was the Bradford winner Deneen Clyatt, the Union winner. The
realized something must be done to limit the number of entries. This 4-H
Each sixth of the The the because year Latrelle Hamilton of GF's Lake Butler branch.
B-Q. paid a purchase price. group bought hog awards were given by manager
there and FFA members had to qualify their hogs by'weight,to get In, cutting the .
was-no previous designated buyer. eo.
number of hogs from 75 to 53.
Bradford FFA'er Mark Crews showed the reserve champion hog saving the Parting with their porkers is often an emotional experience for 4-H and FFA Add-Ons :
Bradford 4-H and FFA youth the embarrassment getting completely shut out. boys and girls some not yet in their teens. But some are old hands like 11-year-
The reserve champion pig a 216-pound Hampshire cross sold for $2.30 per old Belinda Melson. Add-ons are money donated by individuals or organization or businesses in -
pound and a total 0($496.80. Crews also received $160 in individual add-ons plus "All these other kids always cried- never cried, 'cause it's just a stupid old addition to the bid prices of the hogs. Add-ons to Bradford hogs! wore $74.52 .-
the $74.52 added to each Bradford hog by across-the-board add-ons given each hog" Belinda said of her Hampshire cross named Arnold. each, to Union hogs $81.52 per hog.
Bradford pig. Besides that, Belinda said, "The only kind of meat I like Is pork." Adding to Bradford hogs only were: Bradford County commissioners $10 per :..
Crews, IS, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Crews of Brooker. hog; Sam Johns of Lake Butler. $.1, and Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke, $3.
Starke attorney Jess Wolbert bought the reserve champion.The Showmanship Award 5 Adding to Union hogs only were: Union School Supt Billy McGill.: per hog:
53 pigs, nine fewer than the 1979 swine show and sale, brought a total of Marcus Crews.B-FFA, shower of the reserve champion hog, also won the Union County School Board.: Union Farm Bureau $5; Union County Commissioners i.
$11,331 at auction, an average of $1.03 per pound. Add-ons totaling $8,392 showmanship contest in the swine show and sale. $5 and Parrish Food Store $5.
brought the average up to $1.79 per pound. Market price for slaughter hogs is Robert Carver, B-4H placed second in the showmanship contest, and Randy Adding-on across-the-board for all hogs both Union find Bradford were: .
now around 29 cents a pound, according to Warren Carver, BradfordUnionSwine Luke, B-FFA, was third. Hillindale Farms, LB,$7 per hog: Howard Auto Parts. LB, $5: Clay Electric Co- ;..;
Association treasurer. op of Keystone Heights. $5: ; D.M. Hale Farm Bureau Insurance. $5: Union :ii
Each Bradford hog also received across-the-board add-ons of $74.52; each Record Book Awards County courthouse officials. $5; I\lanbell/\yres. Siarke. $.1; Louis Timber Co. of J'i'
Union hog also received across-the-board add-ons of $81.52. book Starke $5; Royce Joyner of Starke, $::1; Pierce &. Hardy, nltys. $::1; Lake Butler C
Winners in the swine show record contest
The total at competitive bidding plus add-ons brought the total sale price to were: Farm Center, $3; Osteen &. Gaskins Providence. 2 cent PIT pound; Osleen & :i
"-II 1)) Robbie 2) David Reichert, B, Moodyville 3))
May.B Moodyville ;
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hogs.$19,723 comparing very respectfully with last year's total price of$22,770 for62 Christie Faulkner, B, Heibron Springs.; Son 2 cents per pound;. and Farm Credit Service. AlactuM. 3 cents per pound. :-zr

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pound plus $115 In add-ons for his Spot bought by Howard plus $20 in add-ons for his Yorkshire bought by Ken (Chillv 130 in add-ons for his Spot bought by Bill Floyd for Howard plus lie in add-ons for his Yorkshire bought per pound t2
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Darrln llardee.- B-FFA. got $215 or $1 Telegraph publishing photos of swine and steer .
per pound plus $35 In add-ons for his fair entries. To produce the 7 pages you see this
Yorkshire !Mervin week requires lot of '
bought by Jackson a work and costs approximately -
and Wilbur Waters for Waters Meal $1600. ,
Market and Liberty National Life Insurance 1.
We sincerely wish to know
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and Pierce Hardy, attorneys. you like to see and
nM ,rsm.e read about what our young people in Bradford
a and Union counties are doing '

IF WE DO NOT RECEIVE" RESPONSE '

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i Jamey Carver, Bill got I2I3.M or 98 in these pages we' will not run as Intensive

cents per pound plus 1(43( In add-ons for coverage as this on next year's,. swine, and. steer
his Yorkshire bought by Bradford show. .

School Board members Arthur Please let us know what you think, In order to
. Caskins. Vernon Parmenter J. T. Par publish Items which
I A rish and Jim Lawson by Gaskins. Interest our readers we
have to know
Parmenter and Parrish. your opinion. Send response to
Telegraph, P. O. Drawer A, Starke, Fla. 32091.
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Club gV>t 1267.60 or '1.20 per pound plus 160 In add-ons for SH5 In add-ons for his Hampshire bought by Jess Wolbert SKO In add-ons for his Spot bought by Roy Adklns for A&K IMS: In add-ons for her Spot bought by Bill Floyd for
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Bradford Shane Thornton. Itl'F.got. S2III.25: ..r IKi cents per
pluf S20 in add-ons for his Yorkshire bought by
school board members Arthur Jaskins, Vernon r pound" plus '1\11111 ld-ons fur hit \'...'k"I"oulht\ b> J.K.
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3 Belinda Mf lion: 8=111'ol203.90] or 9* cents per pound !
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plus ISO In add-ons for his Hampshire bought by Bill Alderman pound plus $50 In add-ons for her Yorkshire bought by $450 In add-ons for her Hampshire bought by Bob Harris plus $75 in add-ons for her Spot bought by Jess Wolbott for :...'
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plus 120 In add-ons for his Spot bought by Tom Willis for add- ns for her Spot bought by Jess Wolbert for Charlie E. In add-ons for her Yorkshire bought by Steve Gay for :' : S
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IN5 in add-ons for her llampHhire hog bought by Jerry and pound plus $65 in add-ons for his Spot bought by Bill Boyd. plus f IS In add-ons for her Duroc Cross bought by Mr.and pound plus $110 in add-ons for her Yorkshire hog bought ., ",
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120 In add-ons for her Yorkshire bought by Shands Howard' add-ons for his Yorkshire bought( by North' Florida Co-Op plus $20 In add-MS for her Yorkshire Cross bought by plus 1130 In add-ons for his Hampshire bought per Bill .
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idd-ons for her Hampshire bought by Shands Howard for f us In add-ons for his Spot bought by Oviedo Worrell for plus III In add-ons for his Yorkshire bought by Paul Staraddons for his Hampshire bought by Don Harris and Joe
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dd-ons for her Spot bought by Bruce Scott for Jackson $20 in add-ons for her Yorkshire bought by Shands Howard plus $60 In add-ons for his Spot bought by J.E. Tomlinson plus $60 in add-ons for her Yorkshire bought by Mr. and
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|5 In add-ons for his Hampshire bought by Homer Hart pound plus $140 In add-ons for his Yorkshire bought by plus $60 In add-ons for her Yorkshire bought by James plus 140 In add-ons for his Yorkshire bought by John Smith
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: Parrish put It, In the Bradford-Union( Steer Show and Sale which capped four'
days activities! at the rain-plagued 30th annual Bradford County Fair'Union
; ; : exhibitors showed the grand champion and reserve champion of the steer.MoW! '
and the grand champion of the hog show and sale.
:, In his first year as an exhibitor at the fair young Curtis Clyatt, a membeX f
I the Spring Hill 4-H Club of lake Butler, received a total of $5,758 for ha grand
.i : ., P 4 p4 Ii champion 1,043 pound Limousin-Hereford steer. Named 'Big Red' the steer was
: purchased $2.98per pound by Publix Supermarkets with "add-on" money.
contributed by Individuals rounding out the total sale price :;
Clyatt Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Melalne Clyatt of Lake Butler: ,.
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: 3l. Dealers Bank of Lake Butler. Add-on money contributed $530 to the total saw

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Saturday night's auction went "better than anticipated, considering current
economic conditions." said Ray Norman secretary-treasurer of the Bradford--
Union Cattleman's Association( which sponsors the show and sale. -'#
The 27 steers entered In the show brought a total of$53,539, an average per
pound price of$1.89, including add-ons, Norman said. ?.i x
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Union youngsters completed a sweep of top awards in Friday night's steer
-- $ show when Alan Woodington 11th grade son of Mr. and Mrs. David, E.
Woodington of Lake Butler won grand champion honors in the home-grown steer
.i 1 Ra4 nY, category and Gary Lee ninth grade son of Mr. and Mrs.James Lee took reserve
: Mt champion honors. Both exhibitors are members of the Lake Butler FFA Chapter.Joe .
Bundy U-FFA won the Showmanship Contest. Connie Guynn, 10-year-old
: 4-H'er from Worthington Springs was second. Drew Andrews, B-FFA,won third
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Grand Champion George Barber.Jon Brown. U-4H.,sophomore son of Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy Brown, 1'
placed second In the Record Book Contest. The Union County Junior FFA
I Nine-year-old Curtis Clyatt. U-4H. showed the Grand Champion steer a Tree Shopping Center In Daytona Beach. Publix: bought the Grand Champion Chapter placed third. i
l.MJ-pound Limousin-Hereford cross named Big Red. Above Clyatt l is shown for 3118.57 at sale. f2..cents per pound. Clyatt also received $640 in add-ons I
with Publix I representative Lucky Robinson, assistant market manager of Big for a grand total of 3.758 for his champion steer. (see eepag014B> i

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Woodington U-FFA, shown above is winner of the Bradford FFA Chapter whose steer was shown by W.T. Bundy U-FFA. shows the Lake Butler Senior FFA Brown, U-FFA is recipient of the Ail-Around
19HO Herdsman Award given by the Starke Rotary Club Prevatt at right above receives a $26.84 plus $25 for winning Chapter steer which won the Record Book Award. The Award given for the first time this year by Guaranty
and presented by Pat Farnsworth. Second place Is Chuck the Weight-Gain Contest from Alachua Milling Enter award Is sponsored by Gainesville Stockman Supply. Ray Federal Savings & Loan Association of Starke and Lake
Brannen. Baker County FF A. and third place Is Jeffery prises. Ray Crawford, above presenting the awards. Is Crawford, standing In for Hal Herring of Gainesville Butler. The award Is presented to Brown by Mrs. Latrelle
Rowe Baker County FFA. Baker FFA members enteredas standing In for Ernest Spencer of Alachua Milling. Stockman Supply above presents a $25 check to Bundy, Hamilton manager of GF's Lake Butler Branch..The
exhibitors and as such were eligible for the Herdsman left. Second place finisher Jon Brown. U-FFA receives a award Is given for showmanship leadership while at. fair.
Award which goes for all barns at the fair. Marilyn Griffis. B-FFA. received $20 for her second $15 check and Kevin Box third place for Lake Butler neatness cooperation, and attitude. .
The Herdsman Award goes to the exhibitor with the place finish and Randy Conner, B-FFA, received $19.03 Junior FFA Chapter receives a $10 check.Home .
cleanest neatest stall, their animal in the best condition, for his third place finish. Second place Is Drew Andrews. B-FFA. "J 1FF
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Bruce Howard, brought I1.SS2, $2.10 per pound, at sale.
Randy Balkom B-4H. Is winner of the 4-H Record Book Woodington U-FFA. showed the champion of the Add-ons of$675 pushed the total to 2527. The steer was"
Bundy, showing the Lake Butler Senior FFA Contest sponsored by The Rancher. Inc. of Gainesville. Home Grown Class in the Steer Show and was sponsoredby bought by four Bradford school board members l-r),Ver-1"
Chapter steer, Is winner of the Showmanship Award sponsored Leverette Crews, standing In for Mrs Lucy White of The Union County Sheriff John Whitehead. Home grown non Parmenter. Arthur Gasklns,J.T. Parrlsh. and Jimmy'
by James Stalnaker of SCAH Custom Meats of Lake Rancher presents a $25 to Balkom left. Second place animals' are born and raised In Bradford and Union Coun Lawson: 'Gainesville building contractor George
Butler. Connie Guynn. U-4H. of Worthington Springs was finisher Beth Hamilton, B-4H. on right receives a $15 ties. Kirkpatrlck. a candidate for the slate senate seal of Sen.
second In the Showmanship Contest, and Drew Andrews, check and third place finisher Jamie Whitehead B-4H, Second place was Gary Lee U-FFA. Bred.all.h. local
cc. ..... tklnlConnie sponsored by Buddy MacKay; attorneys George Pierce and Jesse.
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pound at sale from the Gainesville Livestock Market. pound, at sale from the Florida Bank at Starke, pound, from the Florida Bank at Starke, represented by Limousin Chapter steer a
1.084-pound cross shown by Kevin
represented by Tommy Thompson Jr.) the Country Kitchen represented by J.E. Tomltnson, and Nell Tucker, for his J.E. Tomluuon, and George Roberts Insurance Co.. Box brought
$1.412 at sale. $1.3e pound. Buyer Is
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represented by Mrs. Robbie Worrell and 1.062-pound Hereford-Limousin cross. Add-ons of $591
represented by George and Nancy Roberts, for her
represented by Lucky Robinson. Add-ons pushed the total
Gainesville building contractor George Kirkpalrlck. Add- pushed the total to $1.744. l.aU-pound Angus-Limousin cross. Add-ons of $115 to $1,9ZT.
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from Bradford courthouse officials, (l-r) Clerk Glb pound. from the Florida Bank at Starke represented by
Brown Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Property Appraiser J.E. Tomllnson and Hosier's Monument It Nursery
Jimmy Alvarez for his 1,200-pound: Limousin-Angus represented by Marvin Rosier for her 829-pound Brangus.
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I. The Lake Butler Senior FFA Chapter steer shown by reserve champion for $2.022 at sale or $1.85 per pound.
Joe Bundy.had the Reserve Champion.The Farmer's and The Chapter received $530 In add-ons for..a total price of
Dealers Bank of Lake Butler represented by Shands 12552.
Howard, above bought the 1,093-pound Limousin crossSteers

Dwayne Crawford. U-FFA. received: 1183. $1.19 per Drew Andrews B-FFA, received 11,207. 11.27 per
pound from the Community State Bank of Starke. pound from Hurst's Shell Service and Gordon-Thompson
represented by Steve Gay. for his 994-pound Limousin- Chevrolet, represented by Carl Hurst and Stephen Kelly
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total of $1,648.Randy got $390 In add-ons for a total of 11,797.

Jon Brown U-FFA, received the over-all livestock exhibitor
award;: given by Guaranty Federal Savings &Loan
Association of Gainesville, a new award this year.

Beef BreedingAngus

Heifer; Grand champion Sherri Harrell;
reserve champion, Jill Moore.
Angus Bull: Grand champion. Chuck Brannon; reserve a 1pri"46w
.champion, Ryan Brannon.
Brahma Heifer: Grand champion Frankie Andrew.
Brahma Bull: Grand champion, Brian Whitehead.
Hereford: Grand champion. Lake Butler FFA, shown
by Timmy Moore.
,,nnJUoMusIn, Heiferi Grand "champimpoJulie.Browno. .
reserve champion, Jon Brown. sir
Limousin Bull: Grand champion, Drew Andrews.
Santa Gertrudls: Grand champion, Jerry Rowe.


,Dairy JudgingTop
animals In the Dairy Judging were shown by:
; Holsteln: Grand champion, Debra Green; reserve b + '.
champion, Robert Worrell. ti 4 ek{
.Guernsey: Grand champion, Chad Smith. f
Brown Swiss: Grand champion Don Green; reserve .
champion, Trevor Smith. ,
Debra Green won the showmanship award In Dairy ... : 1. vi 7'4trI .
Judging.
Alan Woodington, U-FFA received $.,.... 'I.Zf per Balkom. B-4H, received 1222. $1.31 per pound. Brian Whitehead, B-4H. received 1.266 from Sonny's
pound.. from the Community State Bank of Starke at sale from Liberty National Life Insurance Co.. Bar-B-Q. Wishbone Fried Chicken, and the Florida Bankat
represented by Steve D. Gay. $' 85 In add-ons brought the represented by Kenneth Chilly and Merv Jackson for hl8933pound Starke represented by J.E. Tomlinson and Blaine
fV- total price $.. 84 for the .......pound Angus and Limousin Angus-Limousin cross. $545 In add-ons pushedthe Thompson for his 1.091-pound Limousin cross. 1734 In
cross steer. total to 1767. add-ons brought the total of 1999.
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from Winn-Dixie represented by Bill Snead. for her ....w.by W.T.Prevail, brought,.,ss.,$1.35 per pound, at Hal Y. Makes, represented by Shands Howard, for pound from Public, represented by Lucky Robinson for
1.115-pound Limousin. $8M In add-ons brought the total to ale. from Publlx. represented by Lucky ....a-. The her..U.-.....UIII.Hereford cross. Add-ons of$713 his 170-pound Angus-Limousin cross. Add-ons of$630 pushed -.
$2.M Chapter aura received JIM to add-ou for a total of$2,151. pushed the total to $..-. the total to '..881.
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of Starke. represented by Bin Fonyth, for her Doe Sony's Saw Shop, represented Inmay for ---. from Mid-Florida Reck Hauler's, represented by ,pound from Usher Insurance Agency<< of Lake Batter
IMSf-pewid Uereford-Umonslai __. $670 .ha .fW.MI' bar .SuI-g Umoasfai craoa. $449 Morris Brown Jr.. for his l.UaVpomad AagasUnMMshtcross. :represented by Joe Usher for her SM-pownd. Angus. IMS'
.....pt the total to $.. 46. the total U $1.737., $"* to addons pushed the total tol.3U fat add-ons pushed the total to $2.278.




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from Trlest Construction Co. or Keystone Heights, for his 1,179-pound Angus from Wlnn-Dlxle. representedby sale; from Wlnn-Dlxle, represented by Bill Snead. for his pound, from the Columbia Livestock Market, representedby

represented by Ernest Trlest, for his 902-pound Angus. Bill Snead..,Brown received $768 In add-ons for a total '.I 6-pound Limousin. Brown received $693 In add-ons for John D. Willis and son, for his lZ6K-pound Limousincross.

Add-ons of$440 pushed the total to $1,508. $2,040.. a $1.887 total. $ 89 In add-ons pushed the total I to 2198. '.">


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Did you know that the Office Graduation Gift; Specials. A new

Shop 110 W. Call St., 964-5761. has We only sell the fine Victor Smith-Corona typewriter that Easter Greeting Cards now at the Nu-WavesRainbow .
Calculator at the Office Shop, 110 graduate can take to
I Faber-Castell) Velvet Wood-cased your away Office Shop. 110 W. Call St. When :
pencils on sale for only $1.49 a W, Call St., 164-5764. This college from $169.00 now at the you care enough to send the
very
machine has track Office Shop. 110 W. Call St.
dozen? Perfect for home or of a proven best give Hallmark
fice. record. 964-5764.
Newberry FieldTwo



teams from Bradford County the final out.

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE dominated a men's Softball tournamentat Nu-Wave had taken 7-3 lead after
Newberry last weekend- landing nine two innings as Randall Thomas and

of ten spots on the all-tourney team and Moyer bashed back-to-back home runs

bringing back the first and second: place but Rainbow's Dick Wheeler and

team trophies too. Wesley Sheffield who both hit Six out
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S Nu-Waves of Stark topped Brooker's to top the tournament had home runs

Rainbow Marine 9-8 in the finals Sun of their own.

day after the teams had split two earlier Four Nu-Wave players made all

GAINESVILLE SUN meetings. Greg Moyer singled In Bill tourneyleft fielder Thomas (.60S bat

Rattliff to put Nu-Waves up 9-8 in the ting average, two HR's), catcher Doug

top of the seventh but they had to come Mains(.600.3 HR's) shortstop Bill Rattiiff -

up with some last-Inning heroics to win. (.750.3 HR's) and left-center fielder

CLASSIFIED SECTION. With two outs Rainbow's Larry Randy Corbin (.500)).

Swakon cracked a long hit to right field. Five Rainbow players were picked. In-

He rounded second with an easy double eluding tourney MVP Dick Wheeler

and tried to stretch it to three but Nu- (1.529, 6 HR's). the right-center fieldnr.

Wave right fielder Fairland McClellan a Also: third base Wesley Sheffield (.758.

The Sun's Classified section pickup from the Church of God team, 8 HR'ssecond) baseman Joey!!
Shop fired the ball to third baseman Greg Sanderfer (.571)), left-center fielder

Moyer ahead of the sliding Swakon for Donald IJ.J.I) Wheeler (1.552, 5 HR'S.. ),
and pitcher Gene Raulerson.

every day for great shopping values. Information WantedOn .619.Also Moyer for Nu-Waves.565, and Larry McClullan Stakes..S56.'hit

Alvarez Family while Rainbow had Ed Allen at'1750..

Travis D. Alvarez of Houston, Doug Brown at .629 with his first home

Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.B. run ever and Matt Hull with two home

Alvarez of Starke, is compiling information runs.

KECEPTIONIST/TVPIST.. nvconatruetlon Elderly. parson to b.bvMM ow AeoawllollotISNWIw on the history of Roman and Nu-Waves got by West Gate, Merchants ..
firm. Hoew phonecontact horn weekdays till ..::10. vv ONII.... Permanent lob withoutatendli
t.chnlcalvOing.. SOcwpm nph' __ N/1q, 17../_. ** comwenv 1 V..rdIKM1a.15.kw Joseph Alvarez who came to Brad- of Inverness 12.9 Friday. They
,_...... Minimum. 1 yr ........._. aCC.'S 2 YON
T..t 17. ford between then Rainbow Rattliff
and slugged 17.4
office, .__.. ffeply to...... ........_., .nyttns w..5.,4.. ..___ Mlnlmlwn f.qulra- County 1860 1870 as
"-'525.G..v"..FL:3aiOT.fa =' Sand45..51"fa N. K.,WSF i from Amelia Island yvhere ,their .. pounded three homers including

>SPONSt LK. ,dependable.permon WHEEL ALIONMCNTMECHANIC >MIAppty 101 NE SI AVE....3001.. ,. "' Ir.." } falherv-JoseJ-Arvarez, settled.lnil. o_grand slam, tuppi'd 'Glfl9f'! Shop'-b?
to do ooll.Ci/Onf/ by phone + .
ise University Aye.TCACHEffS
MANAGE TRAINEE emonths In our office. Call 373-3310 Po, IN SOOKK. early 1800s. Jacksonville 22.7 in five innings and
experience desired with bank or sd........ ) .. _. *. c.IIso.. ACTION Anyone in the Starke Raiford Lake beat Hogtown Rollers 25-16 to win thewinner'
finance company. Meyy collection .tlmo S full tt.IC.resnboo, 'N .....00 It. 1904 HW 13th ./.*.. ,
45-SO n/.. week. Salary Hiram lATIfRS. area location. Good pov. Call Faa iietfutlabte term Butler or Keystone Heights area hav- bracket. Rainbow which-had
Good
depends on perlence. : JOB ACTION. 37S-2JOO 1JO4 MVfI3tn '
benefits. AAA EMPLOYMENT. U 00 hr. Commercial Dry Wall St..I. Feo-nogotlatote tanma CABLB TV T.CM O* TECH ing Information on the Alvarez family opened with a 6-4 win over Gainesville..
Low. Low Pee-Terms. 4OO1Newberry PI4 swln0. t...,-.",].. TMAiMEB. Som *._'."c. Is asked to contact Travis Alvarez Tire, came back after its loss to. Nu-
3131-1O
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NW 175/.775.1441.- CIIIUI. NURSES AIDES Avallebteon llpw.7.m ahlft. =*.rom OIo.a,0574.4 n S.d 5710 Schutz, Houston Texas 77032. Wave
Is our Concern'* '..... IIIall. ...,_ NO srP.r/.K.115M.My.
C.rf//1.OaNd well Ou. ads On/M lob t""n'no. ..__ DIWtWASHKtKft WANTBO
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P. I IV In 0.15011 onIV .400QSW TO Ave._ oasmMaii tn-m .
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tan I..'h.. ...).. aiactrlcwindows door 174 Good runnlna COndIS door air condlttonlne. radio .
/ Ann ca trt1a tta lion oa mllao*. automatic, excellent -'_. .
ri lock-out huo twoo,375-0100 yqOQ"Cr':71: -13 Stvcian* >1.3OO. Call 3747S33.EL .

*'.AUDI POM45Ava. STATIONWAOOt4 144) O."l430W.MadisonSt.;i 0,
.utom.tl :
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masd. In..nal.adwoik Starke Fla.
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Call ...-..... a.4 I!....,....._ ......Call evenings' 372-404*.

*7* MERCEDES 24O Olaaal 4 *n CAPMI. automatic/ V-4 air .
Is0 PORO Pick-Up, long bad door S.OOO :ml., undar warranty AM.PM. a.Slne 1OOO. '375271aftar 12 BUCK I _
cylinder, standard .hlf,. fair eruita. POOJOT tfaarlno bra***. a a waahafxya Studan. wand anolne, air AM-PM ood1971CACUAC -
condition/ *runs S3QO 445-1417 automatic" canrral lockln' *. par- n,_.410. ..,-_. ',01 .
f ct aU.SOO: or b st COWVBTTB. 173 T-_,4 oaodTair. .G
1919 HONDA WAGON "... ] --.war .>)./0..-711 0. full powr. Now 'Interior, \ [Fresh Grilled WHOLE :
braliot tran mlt.lon. Llk., naw.
.tue 4 Wood 4 4000 r LdON oVIII.. an__. 511CM- '
door. M moo .MUSTANOM"'CHI offer. 37aiaa. : :
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tclty)S31DO Csi17717n1S.nw7Sand.. .''r. Am/Fmwan.:naw lent tlon. Chickens
OAT SON :
Flraaton 157595 510. LYSVI y B-B-Q ::
173 radial tira' Mun parct Foal I.II.C1.d, LTO. -f$ Wtm tJOodcontMtlon. .1
MAZDA MX I. Cnolne good goeA 45 fOHO
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shape, body fair condition. mpg 41n0 MI.S. MOO or .baa offor. Call '
AMIFMII ,..c. r,..... "SO: TOYOTA COROLLA t.71. 2 door Call ...- .... Studant.MOBILfll 3n-ai aftor Sor Ito m. 7tr.; 1
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m"S 1571 OATUN 110. 1-La. 51210. MUST' SKLLt 1WO Ford MavorIck. .
375-7101 SIUda, t. Nd ." : ... Only Ready OO "
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SY OWrir.R-755.2. SAT. MOMS IXcountry a IY ASSUMAVL ICIfc Morttjaft.
C. Wood lloors, .C/a.nad_ Mttin a n S croa of mlnt-rancti for larva famllv and) In This Weeks Ad 1
utility 'room fancad 'ck yard toa_wootfi. paaturos wltti built horaa**tnlft nom*boast 1 family Piggly Wiggly ::
wim has. walk to .... ,
acAoola cut on D51 en. anclo..d 1 0d S AMISS a aOan
0.-S.C. NI area. U'."' .. ..., I
As- It. large ""aas fromM wltn .I..no 0004. MMIt rail
po/",......,at 31550y1, d Cen._. Owner wllI'.e...... atdll, f_ and) tacKbolldlno. BBQ Chicken Should Have Read 1-,:;:0. I
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half U OO 5140.100. Call
or beat 0571 47?"3034.ar Battylair
Fit AM eo SHAMS home bulls. In : .', I
ftanor frtmm.t MCONlMl
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.*... has wood floors, rent Innortheast ; .
TRAILER-101(5 ISN add-ow. _rfv. "E"'L TOOt.n-eo.. ;" I
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JACKSON. REALTOS- ._ ...... per
Arcr"d. 34tfi St.IV7S WALDO .O.S. Acnn. 4" wall,
.,.. LYNN REALTY of Oa1tIS5Lo' w lot._........ 317-454'. wvtic. and poxtar. Ktarm 101HORNlES
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Vllle REALTORS 3773475.Y NOKft"SAL S ESTAT.Makes
OWNe.*.NW..um..t. WALK,. : 377-.F. 777-fY7 We regret this
n11 d IS P, ..W. 'I error.
*'*.* mart. 3 ..*.. 9 bath, cent.neeffalr .
ASSUME t % MOATOAGC ..-. oareoe. nicely "'''-''. l9 eJ. ..*). 1Vbam. .. T I.UwE ACRES won 0...ROLLING. Wan a1IOr"AS-...
No a.Ct l.iw, on m)5 .end-jcaoed lot mat backs up to UnfurnlaftaO.. apollan. ..... _oct T ,,
HIIIS 3 51-, 2 aatti homa Wynwp0wood.built "'.SOD 37SV4M7Attrectlve M ... Fln.nelnO _,_. wiannanhly saynl.nts of only
177. owner Motivated to MM. 3 1 bam home In 55080 777-41T1 4551a 51Mt". 111 Includtn principal" A lnfM .1
OONtMAMieWI, REALTOR desirable NNW nelohborhood. 17 *. ant. Call MOW OOftC-ltABELL i
CONCORD 4' H 44 Two
377-003 or ]754557 sY.. AuumeMe S 4fc*mort SM.fOO. .M, 14 "UL .BSTATC MCALTOA..
batn. all electric air ... ,....
Mealfy Expert*. Inc ... -
DROOM.1 SATN REALTOR h. Other .**... rays o*
7 *C2.RES 77 INTERNATIONAL moved ".toO pnone...--._ .
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OWN.Wo nand 041.0.05451 v owner. Jo.t off Nawbarry ..... wan at -
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MATTWSSSeellent. / condl- chair nvevelie ..... TRfd5 r.Ot.I :.."/:"O MNfseans CHURN"e
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frame. Stand, matfreliner 4. .NOII..R P..s AeauetW _...
neater, tlU "/.m. Perfect condl: ..c.'Cwl"'L_ icrowae Or.w C_.'.'-I '
PISCMCLAftft Accassonics IM-OIVOUNO .-..75-0457. ran. pickup and nardaHill Ce*** -"... -lS.d ,51.,515,. : YOU CAN EAT- ,
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SERVICES, MISCELLANEOUS -. arl. GetResults

\,, __ AMIRtCAN LBOtON lINGO,
CARPENTER WORK Highway 21 north Satur: .
Remodeling work. day 7 .... .
,kitchen. 2 p. and Sunday .....__ ___._.__< ___ < _n_ ___
cobln.t. and trim p.m., PsibIM Invited., union COURTI ADS

carpenter. Reasonable tfnchg 10/11 _._ HOMES FOR RENT PERSONAL FOR SALE
price Call Ed OARAOI smog
Dempsey at Saturday,, ------ --- MISCELLANEOUS

,473-2477.LCOHOUC tfnchg 4/3 .April 19 9 a.m.-4 Sam, PERSONAL FOR SALE' FOR SALE PALMS AfA TMENTSi Furnished SERVICES
ANONVMOUti .Fairway 'Awe.' follow/ the, FREE KITTENSiGoodmousers. '.a ACRES OP LANDS East city .

W". Open meeting meeting Monday. Frl.I lgns.bouehol. J Furniture.goods 1 SERVICESCUSTOM 174 FORD STATIONWAGONiExcellenl MOMIE HOMCSi Why, pay BI op...efficiencies. weekly 01'and_I, Bill's SAW SHOPi.Complete, 468.2624.10. 2tpd Phone 4/17 /limit, front State Rd.
. I more? Buy direct from fac thly. NEW FURNISHED .230 and Wilson grade.Clear .
; day p.m. Alonon Monday clothing 50-gallan// con, Sharpening s0fVlc circular
*-..."8 p.;... Alateen Monday 7 aquarium' "with stand MAD dlton. will trod I for boss tory. Large selection of 24. STUDIOS monthly only. hand. carbide, SHOMMASTER ALUMINUM title and survey fur-
i; meeting' In ....0. Itchg 4/17 DRAPIRIESlFreeestimates. boat. 496-3894 weekdaysafter 14. 12 wid. COMMUNITY 2313 N. Tempi, Sto"' .. chain mower blade hollow portable' boat lifts and nlthed. $1000 acre. Phone,
:&.;ZJtIorwg Building Com- I SHOMMASTER ALUMINUM Local 3 p.m. 4/3 TFN. MOBILE HOMES SALES US TFchg ground end balanced docks.. Call for free demo. Dolph Reddish 964-6280

!"?: :"inanity Church. tlnchg. portable, boat lift and distributors for completely 173 VAMAHAi250 Dirt 301 North. Open 9 to dusk.. KITCHENETTES On, BR leave at Jackson Building Weekdays 473-2995 or 964-6907.4/17 Stchg S/I
: f 4/3. dock. Call for free washable .nationally II..... Run good. $250. 1 to Sunday. Phone apartments, pool TV,'AC, Supply fork...or Keystone weekends. 4753991.10 SHETLAND PONYl Red .with

;TL: j 4 CHILD CARds Two dame. Weekday advertised GardsettaDraparlas. Contact Don Roulervon 964-8741. TFchgFORECLOSURE utilities Included. Totally H... TFchgALCOHOLICS TFchg white man.. Gentle with

...:ij.; young mother with to 473299S.
;:;:.provide ''day cars lor 5 473-3991 tfnchg 4/10 prl.... Ed or Lama 4/1O4/l72tpd. Large two story homo, corner rates. TEMPLE MOTEL Mouse FOR SALE 9645693.417 2tchg 4/24
: :I-chlldren between age one Stephens. 496-2219.. TWO ,CHURCH PEWSlBO Madison and Orange 880 N. Temple Av*., Phone 9644148 or 964-7619. TWO ITEMS! One cycle bar
'and three 3/1/79TFN. eld. $23 each: pine Sta..... Phone 9647357. TFchg
; years
for Model
year old liar- Streets. Financing mower M John
,'. ting May S. large fenced FOR SALE MASONABLEi Small tree" good cond'.' n. Call. available. Guaranty 9/20 TFchg. REMODELING. BUILDING' FENCING All kinds, hog Deere tractor. Also one
:.yard. Two snacks a day and limb" cut or trimmed. 496-3463.4/7 Itchg. Federal phone 9645000. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE REPAIRS New .kitchens, "wire' welded wire, barbwire 2-wheel trailer. Phone

and lunch provided. Coll Reasonable rata*. Call NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINSilO -. 3/13 TFchg. HOME PARK mobile homes baths, family room. Brkk. wood. chain link; ....-1..17.tpd/ 4/17
for Interview 475-3179. ASSUME PAYMENTS Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. acre .Weal, for and space for rent. Phone. black. concrete. Fireplace free estimates. MANNING NEW
led 4/17 2'" console color TV 1/3 TFN.BOOKS mall farm or anything you NOW HOME AVAILABLE 468-2912. TFchg specialists. Griffin Can. FENCE CO.. 473-4822. AND USED FURNITUREand
repossessed. Fay off AND want to ma It far. All MOWS Forest Height 16 NICELY FURNISHED' one strsKtion. Phone 473-2108 Keystone. TFchg appliances. Porch

balance duo $192 cash or MAOAZINESiDlihe or any wooded. border. a good West towards prison. 4 ER. bedroom duplex. Utilities or 473-257E. TFchg BAHIA HAY. Larry rocker BARGAIN
WANTEDCARPENTRY payment of $I9.1O per Item you do not_nt.Call gravel road which give at. 2 bath plenty of room. furnished. Private' yard SEWING MACHINES LaFolletle. forks, CENTER. US 301 South

month. Under _rranty. 4962018. I will pick up. cess. Plenty of Ml. Laurel. stucco. Call Bob Harris, and driveway. Phone REPAIRED All makes. 964-6273. TFchg. 964-6679. TFchg
WORKS AND.MASONRY While's Sewing and Appliance 4/10 4/17 2tpd. In the I' %4-5513 or 4733133. 4/4 964.,...... TFchg cleaned oiled and ad. CHAIN LINK FENCE PLUMBING FIXTURES windows .

Brick-laying Center 3527 S.W. YARD SALEiFrlday and'Saturday. waggiftlaiiforest.. Owner Stchg 4/17. DOUBLBWIDE MOBILEHOMEtunlurnlshed. lueted. $IO. Work material. Do It yourself doors pipes plus
fireplace, mall |ob*. Archer Rd. Road IB to Road needs to soil this tract 230 ACROSS FROM .. 3 BR guaranteed. James and save. Installation 10,000 other Items now at
large jobs.. Free estimate 376-4466. Gainesville, 239 right turn at Freewill flB.300.. Term $2.000 HOSPITAL 3 Br 2 bath I 'A bath, positively' no Strickland corner Morgan available. Free estimates. Bargain Center US 301
3/20
tfnchg
Daytime phone 473-4473; TWO Baptist Church Rood. 4/17 down._ ..... family room. fireplace pets. Deposit. No objection Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg South Storke. TFchg .
ACRES HandyMan Fence Co.
night altar Sft-100
S near
p.m. Itpd. Mountain cabin with separate dining room to small child. In Lowtey. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK ONE A6D ONE HALF ACRE
n 782-3906. 7tpd 3/6-4/24 near Keystone Height YARD SALIiFrlday, noon 5 flrepl.... Dandy garden available 90 days.' Low Phone 782-3279. I tchg 4/17 SBRVICEl Pump-outs. 964-8559. TFchgWATSON'S LOTi overlooking Hampton
CASH FOR OQLDl S30O HOUSE OF
diamond Sterling down $66.S4 par p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. 5P.M. pot. This I Is a handy man $30'*. Call Bob Harris MODERN furnished apart. Residential commetclaigendletal..j. lake. Contains large pond
jewelry coin month. Phone 473-4058 or Three mile east merge Carpeted I VACUUMS Many brandsof
on special because It Is not 964-3533 or 473-3133. 4/3 BR Fully licens stocked with fish and
and dental gold. Will visit 473-4367 alter 6 p.m. 121 from 10O Intersection.Sale finished Inside roughedwire 417.SARATOGA. .....t/alr. Private, pavement ed. Phone. 964-8121.TFchg new vacuums. Used beautiful building site.
your home. 1-376-5239. tfnchg 4/24 cancelled If rain. and plumbfposted. 3tchg parking. Security HORSESHOEING machines available. Parts
Mr. Rlttman. tfnchg 4/3 REPOSSESSEDSINGER 4/17 llpd. Water and=; HEIGHTS 3 BR, doors and lights. No corrective w.Trimmingor &. 13 and accessories for all 3/27$13.000." Phone 468-1351.
PEOPLE MOM ALL WALKS FUTUMA Me Is completed large 2 both home fireplace children or pet. Phone vacuum systems. 404 NW 'chg17
experience.
year Larry
O'LIFE that are InterestedIn Late model fully automatic dock overlooking. mtns. $1500 down, available In 6 964-8263 after 5:30: p.m. LaFollette, Stork. 10th Ave.. Gainesville, ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL
working' from the homo.For sewing "machine. Doe It HELPWANTED You can live In It while you weeks.. Other plans, other 4/17 2tchg./2.. 964-6273.12113 TFchg phone 376-7110. TFchg SAWi Equipped for 220v

free Information end all//..straight stitches finish It up. Five miles from lots. Phone Bob Harris, TWO BEDROOM Housei fur HOMES BUILT remodeled orrepaired LIMEROCKt 20 yd. semi electric. $230. Sea at Brad-

tamped elf-oddreued dams, monogram buttonholes Murphy. $24.300 $5.000 964-3333 or 473-3133. 4/3 nished. No pet. Phone fireplace kit loads only. ALLEN E. lard Telegraph. 135 W.
envelope to G.A. Reid blind hem. down and assume loan. 3tchg 417.BESSENT 964-6352. TFchg chens, plumbing and alec- TAYLOR lawtey. Phone Call. Starke. 964-6305. TF.
P.O. Box 126. Keystone Original contract$599. Pay EARN EXTRA MONEY At Thee are a few of over ROADs Near 230. ONE BEDROOM apartment: tricot w..... Phone Wade 782-3172. TFchg GRAIN' FED PORKl Buy direct
Height. Fla. 32656. 4tchg home, good pay. No experience Fantastic 3 ER. 2 both. all utilities furnished. from farm and 72
Off 2000 lutings. We have all sun Bohr Building Contractor TOWEL OUTLET save.
4/3-4/24 remaining balance Of ........ Send !Many colors
.ry. of from dock. flreploco two CH$173 month. cent Ib. killed cut and
$144.10 type property bay per Lawtey. 782-3973. TFchg. and
Also
cash or take overpayments for application R.I.A.. P.O.box priced right.
$300 and We Middle SO'.. Phone 964-8704. Itchg 4/17 wrapped dressed .
per acre up. garaga. $ CARPINTSRi specializing In other weight.Phone
of $12.6O 552 Lake> Butler Fl. items new and used.
CARS STRUCKS permonth.TrocieIns hove small tracts wa also Available 90 days. Call lob TWO BEDROOM mobile remodeling, screen rooms, Brlc-A-Broc 782.3635.10 :'Jifd
TFN :
accepted 32034. 3/20 chg. Shop Hwy 21
have several cabins Harris. 964-3333 or homo:: AC furnished, 2 out deck. concrete and 424VACUUM
a* part payment. To see houses old farm, ate. 473.3133.4/3 3tchg 4/17. acres. Two miles from block work.. Phone Bud. N of Kevstona. TFchg. CLEANER: Spring

call credit manager collect904.3764467.lInehg313 FORRENT Write or call for free lilting THREE BEDROOM 2 bath Starke. $133 plus $73 964-7816. 3/28 TFchg SEVERAL ITEMS Magic Chef Sale Special! Clean and

76 Ford Econollnei Chateau brochure. You can call free Ingle stonework. deposit. Reliable couple GARDEN SPOTS PREPARED electric Chateau double service
your vacuum
Van I-ISO. 331 with LAKE LOTS AMt ACREAGE- MOBIL HOMEI8X36 on of charge by dialing 1 600 white columns garage sidewalks only. Phone 964-6479 after Small spots, '10. Medium ovon'; range harvest gold cleaner any make $17.93

Winter engine. power Keystone Height, owner 120X80 lot. Partially furnlihed. 438 7421. Write or call .... landscaped. Your choice/ of 3p.m. lead 4/17 spots $13. Sudden Service bottom oven never used: plus ports. Al Young 3
tearing and brake, AC"; financed 10 percent Interest. Call 496-2458 after day. Cherokee Land Com CLEAN 3-ROOM apartments locally. Phone Don. 32.500 BTU air conditioner: miles
3/4 lot N. US 301. Phone
front and back. AM/FM Lots on clear Send 3:30: p.m. 4/104/17 2tchg. pany. Murphy. N.C. 28906. carpet acre on Furnished bath. First Hoar 964-4005.4/10 2tpd 4/17 floor standing deluxe Ion, 964,6918. .
Wilson Rd.. bahlndhospital. 4/10 424VACUUM
8-track. CB. air thock*. bottomed ,lake), priced to 12 X 70 MOBILB MOMIt3 4/17 Itchg. entrance light furnished. Will BABYSIT In my home 2 speeds; antique drill 3tchg
mag wheel. $3,600. sell from 9000. One, to bedroom, two full both. ASSUME PAYMENTS $43,900. Phone No children. No P.... No anytime. Phone, Beverly pr.... very large: old CLIANERi. Sears
473-2713. 2tpd. 4/10.4/17. five acres overlooking lake furnished largo lot. 2'" console color TV.reresessed. 468-1918 or 9645092. 4/10 drinking. Married couplapreferred. 431.1916.4/10 2tchg 4/17 model office mimeograph. Best with power-mate, like

177 BLUI DODGE VANS (access available) with garden space. highway Pay off 2'pet 47 I Phone 9648071. NEED YOUlIIKlliPAllIlDf hand: operated: Foley law new. $90. Al Young. 3

Two brand new tire, excellent nice trees from $3.300 frontage near Lake Butler. $192 cash or THREE BEDROOM HOUSES 3 Ichg"/17 Bring to Suzuki of Starke. sharpener and tooth ..,. miles North US 301. Phone
condition. $2,000. $500 down, $50 month. $163 per month. plus payment of $19.10 per baths den LR kitchen MOBILE HOME Two U.S. 301 South Phone for; used refrigerator.New 964-6918. 4/10 3tchg 4/24
Glbby. 473-7013. Itchg Commercial frontage-.' deposit. Call 4962842. month. Under warranty. screen porch closed-ln bedrooms, on Griff loop. %4.6=. Repair on all and used bike parti. POOL TABLE 4x8 ft. regulation .
4/17 Investment /17 Itchg. White' Sewing and Appliance garage. Over 2 acres. Lake Reference required and make and models of will sell lor one price. New table' 7 cue sticks with
1974 VEGAS opportunity. Oak. deposit. Phone 9648816. .stand 2 ofball.
AT/AC clean. SR-21N. Owner.salesman. Center. 3527 S.W. Hampton $80.000. motorcycles. 4/17 TFchg rear osembly for 3 wheel corner sets
$850 1976 Honda 360. new Archer Rd.. Gainesville./ Phone 468-2830. 4/10 3tpd Itpd 4/17 GOING AWAY FOR bike. .. S300. Phone
.73..375.10 Phone
INSURANCE 964-6833
tire. $450. Call 4733965. tfnchg 3764466. tfncha 3/M 4/24 AWHILE I am a vary 964-8102 after 4 p.m. Itpd
REPOSSESSED daytime or 468-1340 after 6
2tpd 4/17-24. REPO SINGER FUTURALota ONE OF responsible In. 4/17
STARKI'S NICE person
MAINES
INSURANCE AGINCYl CARS ATRUCKS 4/17
Amana microwave p.m. 2tchg "/2IlPOSSESSED
171 DOOOI STATION oven. 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake model fully automatic AREASi3 BR, I bath car. 'tereeted"housa-lrtlng", SEVERAL ITEMS Travel
Only six month old. Underwarranly
WAGON 319 engine, Butler. 496-3978. CompleteInsurance sewing machine. Doe It port. ww carpet separate caring for plants pets trailer, S50O. Ski boat. 80
automatic *T84 cash or all-stretch stitches dams, moll. etc. Will exchange SINGER FUTURA
transmission dining' hp Johnson motor $1,000.
Service. TFN room CH/A stove.refrigerator .
take late model fully automatic
radio heater.- over payment of buttonholos references.
Clean Reply
on.own.r. EVERYONE IS INSURASUIsImmediate monograms to"HOCl..ltt.r" Swimming pool 4' deep by
wa.h.r.dry.r. ,
$18.11 month. White'sSewing 179 FORD FAIRMONT sawing machine. Does it
blind
$795 4737006. per hems. Original contract P. O.Drawer .
coverage by on beautiful large WAGONS 200 6 cyl.. AC. all..stretch stitches, darnl. 24' wide, sun deck, fence
tied /17 and Appliance S599. Pay off remain A. Starke. Fla.
phone. JOB UIN.IAOINC'v..962126 shaded lot. $37,300. .. AM/FM/cotselte, F8 4 monogram, buttonhole. and filter system $5SO.
167 Rambler AmboModar. Center 3527 S.W. Archer ing balance$144.10 cashor 32091. Itpd 4/17
A/C. radio' heater. No Rd., Gainesville 3764466. 49&29W.TFN'M0WLE..HGME or take over payments of WADE A. BEHR REALTY" ..peed. 'luggage rock. $600 WHITE MALE DRUM PLAYERS blind hem. Original contract Phone 964-5261 or
banaty ne brake Tires tfnchg3/20 $12.60 par month. Trode-. 782-3973. Itchg 4/10 .: and take over payment Have drums, Interested In $599. Payoff remainIng 964-8113. 4/17 2tchg 4/24 DOP-1

good.. A* to $350. tfnchg OAK DINING BOOM SIFT..ElghtnVrace. .A In* accepted* port pay- ....... Phone 964-7166..otNw.A.. BlayJnflo with Christian balance ol $144.10 cat"'.. -SUNN AUTOMATIC
'I"; !.'. ""I" l".iiMt, |. ."". So"rmSJZy1'radial ?....nt.-T--1o-6 credJfT"; :- HELP ;'f+fWANTED' n""r p.m. for mor.lnf ri;cili/ i;.: group. Phone 7S33334.Itchg 'or take over payments ;, TEEMAKERSi "Commercial,!
INSURANCE' manager collect 4/3. TF.It78 4/17 $12.60 per month. Trad- type. 10 cup .1... $45 each.
tire 473-2417.
HELPWANTED Itpd 9043764467. tfncha 3/13 TRANS-AM 6.6iLoodad. Ins accepted as part pay. Phone 9645615. Itchg 4'17
4/17. HOMEOWNERS REPOSSESSED ALSO 13 ft. Stumpknocker ....nt. To *_. call credit FIBERGLASS BOATS 15 ft.. 35

: POLICIESAT Among microwave oven. with 9.8 Mercury and WANTEDGOOD manager collect hp motor trailer. S45O.
HOMES < Only six months old. Underwarranty. LADY NEEDED to answer trZer. Phone 496-2433 904-376-4467.. tfnchg 3/13 Phone 964-SO34. Itpd 4/17.

UP!GUARDS-port time and REASONABLERATES $184 cash or phone take' messages, after 5:30: p.m..10 2tpd PRICES PAID for used REPOSSESSED YARD SALE Friday Satur
full time for Gold Head FOR SALE ""-------- take' aver payment of and outdoor dull*. Must 4/17 mobile homes If mortgage Amona microwave oven. day. Sunday. US 301 In city

State Park. phone Olin's Mobile $18.11 par month. White's be able to drive. Phone. 169 MERCURY Station Is 3/4 paid or met*. OlIN'S Only six months old. Under limits of lawtey. Itpd 4/17

305-746-9676. 3tpd 4/10-24 BY OWNIRi-on Spring Sewing and Appliance/ 782-3991. Itpd 4/17 Wagoni $130. Phone MOBILE HOME SALES. warranty. $184 cash or MOVING SALES April 19 8
COMMUNITY SERVICE Lake. 2BR Home SalesFREE Center 3527 S.W. Archer 964-8169 after 6 p.m. Itchg 964S606. Open.7 days take over payments ofIll. until?
ISA storage am. 1966 Chevy 3/4
1 WORKER .. $ .I I month. Whites
Clay County QUOTES Rd., Gainesville. 376-4466. /17 weekly. TFchg per
!Council on Aging Is In need building porch. wall.: ELECTRIC PORTABLE WANTED Mobile home Sewing and Appliance ton pickup; camper shell
1977
Sift ft Ckalr OLDS Custom CruiserWagon axls
Swim I ski, fish $39.500. Phone 984-5606 some furniture, all kinds ol
(of a community service I TVPSWRtTBRiwIth manual : Loaded all options, and tire*. Will pick up. Confer 3527 S.W. ArcherMd.
j worker for Clay County. 25 Owner will/ finance. Elaine M. Olln Agent I return. Elite type Include t.S'" one owner. Was $4.695. OHMS MOBILE HOME .. Gainesville. 376-4466. things. Everything must go
shr*.. per w.". Must hovejtronsportotlon. 473-3151. ffnthg: 3/6 case Excellent condition. Sttt from Now $3.693. BALDWIN SALES. 9645606. Open 7 tfnchg 3/20 because Uncle Same says
Call for opSXflnlment. BY OWNERS on SR-21.3 BR. I' $100.: 431-1114 alters p.m. 964-7500. day a week. TFchg ASSUME PAYMENTS for me to go. 237 Monroe
: 473-2112 Ext. Both concrete home. Fenc 4/17 tin. I CHEVY-OLDS. CASH FOR COINS Gold. 25" console color TV SI,. behind Eagle Star..
::2t4:1tchg4/17. ed back yard fruit trees. .Lamps. from 10t Itchg 4/17 liver sterling dental repossessed. Payoff J hone 964 8693. lead 4/17

$30.000.i percent Interest 1977 CHRYSLER New Yor".rBrougham. gold, GF scrap(Jewelry, op- balance due $192 cash or Career Petition Aval .-
This sold
Phone 473-4148. car tical frames ate. J.R. Bull- payment of $19.10 per
I FOR RENT Itchg4/17 Buyingor ,S MMfte Senfrom new lor over SI2.0OO. Has Ington 964-6250 TFchg. month. Under warranty. WE, OFFER. .:
.
I A c.** nat |I. | k.An
NEW BRICK HOMeVJ SR. IIi all options and only 40,000 WANTED House enKlngsley White's Sewing and Appliance ..lImll.4.....m...oo
LAKE GENEVA COTTAGE'Completely bath York" heat pump. GE ", mile*. Was $4293, now leke for 3 week*. Center. 3527 S.W flatA ..,..,.
furnished. $2993. BALDWIN CHEVY- preferably June or July. Archer Rd.. Galneivllle, poilHa, .w'''''... .......
appliances garage. Insulated I ,..,..... .
;SIBS month. Own.r.brok.r. OLDS, 9647500. 4/17 3764466. ThoroMMOSOHMM. .
llchg 3/20
; door and window Family of six. Call collect. tfnchg ,
: 473-4961. I Itchg SellingConvenient Use Our 30 Day 1977 CHEVY Monte Carlo Dr. Wilhelm. 3O3-384-3519. *Opportunity
*. $36.500. $ TON AIR CONDITIONER! Iff you want to really work
;417.FURNISHED. FIVE ACRES -900 ft. off paved Lay. .Way Plan Coupe: one owner. Solid red 4/17 3tchg 5/1 $300. In good working can. CALL 471-3154
HOME road. $3,000 down andosiume point and sharp. Was $MS. WANTED Double' Axle ditlon. Phone 964.5517
IBR.2BO, fenced yard.$200nonth Now $3393. BALDWIN Italian Phone 964-6363 after 3.30
monthly p.m.17 2tchg
plus utilities. AdultsI $47.71. Keystone paymentsof buyingand SpecialWhite CHEVY-OLDS. 964-7500. alter 5 p.m. Itchg 417LOSTFOUND 4/24 ; Did You Know
> .r 40 only. lake region. 1978 CHEVY CHIVETTEi 4

173-2933. Itpd 4/17 Height Realty, Realtor. selling is as close as Roof Coat door., 4 speed with AC.
473-4961. Itchg 4/17 That I Have A Cleaning
I F >R RENT Trencher' compactor clean. One owner. Was
cement miner. DEER SPfMNOSt 4, BR.full 2 both. your telephone. If 5 Gal. $!?." $.. 9S. now $3895. BALDWIN Service In The Keystone
fireplace one acre.
pressure washer lawnmowers Over 1500 .. ft. $1300 you are buying check CHEVY-OLDS 964-7500. Heights Area?
.
$108
( tillers/ .,he,' REWARD MALI
in the /Itchg 4/17
the
down for qualified buyer. classifieds Full Stock Mobil Horn
pardon. auto and construe 1979 CHEVROLET WALKER HOUND: last on 7182-3660.1 Alter Business Hours
'Ion tools. KEYSTONE REN- Payment under $300 comfort of your home. You don't haveto Pert /legal Doa,.'Window. CHIYENNEi Long wheel Meng Dairy Road. Address E Contact:
month. Available 90 day.
( on collar. Carl Keith, Ken
ffALS. Hwy. 21 North I
.73-2995. TFchgHOPP Phone. Bob Karris.964-5533 ,', buy precious gas and waste money base. Power windows and tucky. Phone. Morrill Grlf- Elaine'Ashley

or 473-3133., 4/3 Srchg' running all over town! Check every- locks. Super clean and a one fls, 964-6767. Itpd 4/17
OPEN 7 DAYSA ,
4/17. owner. Blue and blue. Was DIAMOND WRIST WATCH Cleaning Contractor

TOPP -lake: Geneva thing from antiques to real estate and WEEK $5893, now$4993. BALDWIN Lost In City of Starke.

after a few phone calls you have narrowed CHIVY-OLDS 964-7300 Reward. Phone 782-3376. 475-15.79.
ft
100 X 438 ft. UU the field down three, MM Nellie USES 1974 DODGE DART Swinger: Itchg 4/17 BIRCH'S
to two
TRUCK Restricted for 1850 sq. or I hard top. clean ono owner NEW CAR TAGS Lost Saturday -

ft. minimum building possibilities. When selling,, this low Sake 10OWMOBILE Hy N4-HM with lot of miles left. Was In Saratoga Ht*. area. IPM PEST CONTROL
size In Bradford County.SiMPSON. $233. now $"". BALDWIN Tag Number RYS 934. Call Well
cost classified ad is delivered to
over
,
TOPS 964-7500. Maria Wallace, 964-5511
30.000 potential ,buyers: That same'day HOME ICHEVY.OLDS... \ after 5 p.m. Itchg 4/17 964-5534 Drilling

Extra tow Prices SCRVICI ''POLES 177 CHEVY LUV PICKUP ge Past Control 4'"Th'ru"6''r'
they will be at your doorstep.., I Protection
One owner light blue little -------- Fast
; McCo'llumi ; ; 6dT *Mi Rotary
ary | !
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH work horse.Was$4193,
"" now
1-591-2814 *!! $343. BALDWIN CHEVY- antle 'Drilling 'Equipment'
i Jox-354-M44hr P.O. DRAWER A
*
OLDS 9647500. Itchg 4/17 SIAIELICENSEDPumpa'
,
G'vllle. .477-796..14 hn. 100 AMP :
1 Mclntoch. Fla, I II STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 "" 1979 CHEVY ELAZlRl 4WD. 4

-s PHONE 964-6305 '*$!!* speed brand new. never Work _
titled. SAVE HUNDREDS. -
or Small
BALDWIN CHEVY-OLDS. New a UsedSalesPartBServlce

< Roberts 964-7300. Itchg 4/17 I,L Fill*' A4734252Repairis



. ; 21,. Real 1 Estate SPECIALHOUSCSPRESSURICLlANEp '. : ", I IFILLU"EROCK Of Major -- E-Z TermlPlumbinq-


Electric Appliances

r984-7828. $88 f '1 Pf'je AND PAINTED -- : ,, SEPTIC :TANK: INSTALLATIONS Rue.SI. St."' .. Serving' Bradford I Clay: New Installation

: Counties
MOBILE HOMES PIESSUI.- NIQ
-...,. CAROIM BROS. Home Lawrence Blvd |
ASSOCIATES 't ANDKOOLCOATlD"'PIIISUtII Call: I 984-8750, Ksystons Remodeling Repair

CUBAN EXTERIOR OP YOUR Homo'MW'JV1I '
;; Weekend end Evening. Cell
DAMAGING MILDEW,BUGS AND$STAINS ETC.:, -u. m;"
Richard .lo"431114 '
Robert j"th FfynnAm '
Godwin 964't'964-SS9S :' >".ot.,Sltcei 946479Jehnlangfard. Cheejlcel deenmej I Con Usually. Seve, You Frees An r.> IW" REMODELING '< :UUiecLEAIINI & 'FILL DIRT
7 Expend** raw. Joe And Add Yeers.Te Vow B.leMngSPECLAl UMP
.4964814 'W"Namcoobn-V"-a"/ i\

lereenCanen*%4-6704 Water.9644941? .W41110,0fery' -. 94&44" ,.Few. Free wnwm so c..th.e t.0i' OLD BATHS -Large Or Small Jobs '&,

Key Replace Those Worn Out Shabby Tile* SUPPLY

NEW LISTINGS I.F Provisionally' Clean And Nenroul Walls Floor Dozer: Work, COMPANY

Marble a Quarry Ceremle e Sheet Vinyl Vinyl Tile
*Three....._. t eetfce. 00*forgo tot1:living wet.*.dee. ANY SIZI.[HOMet>RtSSURSClBANED $3
kltche"/"I. ,,.... combe. Off tM A, AedWeeel. .large. See"OaMoodWning"P AMY SIICMOBIJE I' ROBERT KITCHENS .TILE I II 864*N.
$2.t.1I
HOME FOR
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I : ..Top'Soil I Temple"Ave.

*Three..beere. m. >bath. *. .Irvine room. femlly/ ream','dinIng CALl COLLECT% -"'l ; 964-7633 I Starke,':Fla:. I

. .'room. en 1 acre en SR 100 ..". ._ .AFTER- 6p.m. .Sof Frti Estimate) Sol J j JIMMY' MARTIN 964-5230 i 964-7cf61I 1








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Mrs. Will!. Irene Vlnzont Joseph Purdom Bennett Survivors include her husband, Gordon died in the St. Vincent's Hospital In Jeanette West, of Oxford, Georgia' ; six ReV. Roman Alvarez officiating. Burialwas
Mrs. Willie Irene Vinzant 79 died J. Joneai; her father. Edward Nor- Jacksonville Friday moraine following '. brothers, Howard of Gainesville, Enochof held in Riverside Memorial Park in
Monday morning, April 14, In Lake Joseph P. Bennett 65, died Saturday man of Starke; two daughters, Carolyn a long illness. Mr. Shuford was born In Orlando R.C. and Ray both'of Jacksonville with Archer-Tanner
Shore Hospital Lake City. morning, April; {i 12 in North Conklta and Darlene Raulerson, borhtof Newton, N.C., October II, 189t, and had Starke, Rudolph Crews of Lake Butler,. ,Funeral Home in charge of ar
Born in Alachua County, Mrs. Vln- Florida Regional Iiiiplt8lafter an extended Starke;a brother, Herbert Norman of lived In Lawtey for over 65 years. He and Randolph Crews of Oxford rangements i
cant lived the past SO years in Lake Ci Illness.' Starke;a slater Jeanette Jones of Lady was a retired farmer and was a memberof Georgia; and four grand-children.
ty.She was a member of Phillip!Baptist A native of Union County, Mr.: Ben-' Lake and four grandchildren. the Methodist Faith. Funeral services were held at 2:00:
Church. nett was an area supervisor for' Funeral services were held at 11:00: Survivors include his wife, Eva Durban p.m. Wednesday at the Chapel of AnpieH.) :Brown,87
Survivors include: two daughters Owens-Illinois and an elder In. "the. a.m. Saturday.April 12,in the Chapel of Shuford;one daughter Mrs.Esther Archer-Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. Annie H.-Brown, ago 87, of Jacksonville .
Mrs. Irene Farrlsh of Providence andMrs. First Christian Church I of Lake DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Rev. Hall of Starke; two sons Glenn D. M.E.Drake officiating. Burial will be In died Monday April 14 In the Bradford -
Idell Holton of Lake City;'one Butler. J.D. Roblnaon was the officiating Shuford and Jamea!". Shuford both of New Zion .Cemetery In Lulu with : County Hospital Mrs,. .Brown
sister, Mrs. Ellie Wideman of Survivors Include his wife; Mrs. .minister.Burial was in the family plot In Lawtey; two brothers, Jak. Shuford of ,Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of Starke vborq In Raiford was the widow of the
Lakeland seven grandchildren, 21 Margaret Lee Bennett of Lake Dyal Cemetery. Appomattox Va..,and James Shufordof In charge of arrangement, late Lacy M.Brown and had lived In the
grandchildren; and one great Butler; three daughters, Mrs. Janie Saxe, Vs.; one sister, Mrs. Edith ; Bradfprd County area all her life, until
great
great grandchild. Godwin and Mrs. Carol Kelley of Audi C.Jetstone,75 Ferguson\ Starke;;,seven grandchildren George Stansell, ., 82 moving to Jacksonville to live with a
Funeral services were held Lake Butler, Mrs. Betty DuBola'of' 'Ancil C. Tet. tone. age,75, of Starke and one greatgranddaughter.Funeral George Stansell, Sr., 82,, of Starke, nephew ten years ago. '*
Wednesday,April 16, In Phillipl Baptist Parrish Fla.' two sons Joe Bennett' died at his home Friday afternoon. He services .were held at 430p : .died Saturday evening following a brief She was a member of the Hope Bap
Church with Rev. Raymond of Valrlco, Fla. and John Bennett of was a lifetime resident of this area, be- .m. Sunday April 13. In the Chapel of Illness.Mr.Stan eU was born in Georgiaon tilt Church.: r"
Dykes officiating. Burial followed in Chicago; three sisters Mrs. Evelyn ing born in the New River section: of Jones Funeral Home. Rev. Don Dentonwas November 4; 1807 where he made Survivors include 8 sisters'Mrs;: Lou
Phillip Cemetery under the direc- Puckett and Mrs. Lena Parry of Bradford County, May 2, 1904. Mr. the officiating mlninter. Burial was his home until moving to Jacksonvilleat Thompson of, Macclenny; Mrs. 'Julia
tionof Archer Funeral Home of Lake Jacksonville and MRs. Josie Campbell Tetstone was a retired farmer, and he in the family plot in Lawtey Cemetery. an early age. Mr. Stanaell was self Qrlffis and Mrs. Ids Smith both of '
Butler. of Macclenny;. and 11' grand-, was a member of the Baptist Faith. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hom..was in employed as a carpenter and was a villa four' grandchildren, thrill grew
children. Survivor. include three daughters, charge of the arrangements. member of the Baptist Faith. grandchildren, two great great-grand
Funeral services were held Monday 'Mr.. Edna Thomas, Mrs. Betty Harris Survivors include two sons, George children and several nieces .and
Infant Janet Gunter April 14, in the First Christian and Mrs. Frances Rehberg all of Remer Crews,54 W. Stanaell of Starke, and Stanley R. nephews. :
Church of Lake Butler with Rev. Starke; one BOn Sonny Tetstone of Remer Crews, 114, of Starke, passed Stanseii of Spring Texas;one daughter, Funeral services were held Wadnes.
Infant Janet Gunter of Lawtey died William Delaney officiating. Burial Starke;one brother, George Tetstone of away Sunday evening following brief Mrs., Martha OrreU of Orange City; day April IS,at 2:30 p.m.in the DeWittC.
Thursday, April 10. followed in Dekle Cemetery under the Brooker: two sisters, Mrs. Viola Futchof illness.The son of the late James L.and four grandchildren and six great grand Jones Chapel with the Rev. CharlesM.
She Is survived by her parents: Mr. direction of Archer Funeral Home of Titusville, and Mra. Zlnnle Nunnleyof Elizabeth Crews, former pioneer resident children. Cloud officiating. Interment War In
and Mrs. Joe Gunter of Lawtey; Lake Butler. Tltuivllle. and eight grandchildren. of Union County Mr. Crews was Funeral services were held at 10:80a.m. : Hope Cemetery with arrangements
maternal grandparents. Mr.and Mrs. Funeral services were held at 2:00: employed by the stat until ill health Monday,April .... at the Chapel of under the direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Lorrnza Griffis of Lawtey; paternal p.m. Sunday April 13 in the Chapel of forced his retirement. Mr. Crews was a Archer-Tanner Funeral Home, with Funeral Home, Starke :
grandparents Willis Gunter of Starke Edna L.Jones,53 DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with veteran of the Army.
and Mrs. Lucille Hardenbrook of Edna Lucille) Jones age 53,of Starke, Elder O.M. Yarbopnigh officiating. Interment Survivors Include his wife, Reba
Greenville, S.C. died at her home Wednesday afternoon was In the family plot in the Crews; two daughters. Mrs. Geraldine
Funeral services were held Saturday following a sudden attack. Mrs. Joneswas Dyal Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Crummey, Jacksonville, and Miss
April IZ, at graveside in Pine born in Waverly,Fla.,February 23. Funeral Home of Starke was In charge Carolyn Crews, of Tennessee; five Bradford Roadrunner
Grove Cemetery in Raiford with Rev. 1927, and moved to the Starke area 37 of arrangements. sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Kirkland of Glen Ramsey-Gilpin Top
John Yarbrough officiating. Burial years ago from Winter Haven. She wasa St. Mary, Mrs. Odessa Hood Jackson Club News: G'ville Bowling
followed with Archer Funeral Homeof member of the Bayleaa. Highway Baptist George P. Shuford,88 ville. Mrs. Edith Rhoden, Sanderson
Lake Butler In charge. Church.; George P.Shuford.age 88,of Lawtey, Mrs. Gertie Crawford, Starke,and Mrs. The Bradford Roadrunners competed Sherry Ramsey and Debra Ollpin of
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In the 3rd Annual St. Augustine Beach Starke took home top honors in the
Run ((5 miles) Saturday. April 12, with Gainesville Women's City Bowling
Linda DeWitt topping the club finishers Tournament played at Palm Lanes

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37:33 time.That run also won Linda the win the doubles eventwith the trophy
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ALUMINUM CANS LB. 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 231st In 41:31.: Allen Holtzendorf also took second in the all-events competition
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Starke's Own Bakery was 304th in 46:14: ,and Lynn Loper was place team in the team event along
Bra k re Recycling: : n 814th in 47-26.: with Shirley Belcher and Carol Boyer of
Starke's Tony Lawson, a FloridaTrack Starke. ,=
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Watch Club runner, was third overall. "I just wish we'd get a bowling alley
Each Saturday S F1M to 5 P2OT About 12 Roadrunners will be in around here"Mrs. Ramsey said. "Palm
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