Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Today (Thursday, April 13)) should be a warm cloudy day with a 30 percent New. . , ;
chance of rain. It should be warmer by Friday with rain probable Edilorlol, . . ,. \

Saturday. Society . . . ., ,: Pac 5,6 ;
The new prediction for rain comes on top of the 6.72 inches average of sport '
rain that has fallen since the first of April. Legal. . . . .', .!' 10 ,
The New River tower, at Department of Forestry headquarters on
SR-100 west of Starke, has had 8.20 inches of rain since April, the Santa
Fe tower on US-301 south at Hampton 7,1 inches, and Louis Hill tower at SECTION B

Highland only 4.88 inches. Obituaries:, . . . ,Page 2,9 The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heqven
April rainfall already far exceeds the 4-county average of 3.78 inches N.w. Briefs. . . . Pages 4 ;
for the month, based on a 10 year period. Classified. . : .Pages 8,9 103rd: Year STARKK.: FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Dotted line outlines new District 13 which will include approximately

two-thirds of Bradford County, if approved by Supreme 1E..r -

Court. Heavy black outlines District 211, including eastern third N..d .. no..r ?n.nain, aon
of Bradford and the residence of Frank Williams. '4
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I i5L 1Ha Redistricting
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?f __ Approximately 4,371 Bradford of Bradford will be in new Senate-

4i7rz:7 County voters will be removed from District 5, along with all of Union,
Ui- State Representative Frank Baker, Clay, Nassau, and portions of
n Williams' district, according to the Duval and St. Johns. This Senate
,n.. final reapportionment plan approvedby district includes all of House districts
\ I / z + r 'n -rn- the House and Senate last week.Four 13, 14, and 21. Under this plan Brad-
5 ,e K !O Sl mmn ford will be represented by a new facein
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e Ld Gn fifths of the City of Starke and the State Senate, since neither incumbent
1 the entire area roughly west of now representing this coun-
US-301, and Starke Roads 227 and 18 ty, Sen. George Kirkpatrick of
1 will be added to present District 15, Gainesville, or Sen. Pete Skinner of
now represented by Rep. George Lake City will reside in new District
,, r D l: l'6L' A1 r e4 Crady, which also includes all of 5.
1 ? i 1, Union, Baker, Nassau and a small
portion of southwest Duval. This
1I, 1 tW F p w m.{s, M.,, ---1 Jachsonvdla71P Beach District will be renumbered 13. Although has the Bradford elections office
LL tentatively completed the
: The eastern and southeastern part work of revising precinct lines to fit
of the county retained by Williamshas the plan, Supervisor Flynn said her
I ., a voter strength of 3,365 and includes office is sitting on hold until the final
all of the town of Lawtey. The Supreme Court decision is handed
t Y Yrnnunl kk" only part of Starke retained by down. State Attorney General Jim
; Williams is Precinct 7 (Reno). Smith argued before the court Mon-
I day that the plan was unconstitutional
Williams said yesterday that he
{rj_ H,nlprnl r A1 1. '\ / -1 Lrw? voted against the plan and was "nothappy" because it was not approved by a joint
,mot+A.I M -r, Dw rrI ) br? resolution of both the House and
C- 14 7 about losing morethan half of
.r' A 1 YI F ,unune / ..ia4 Senate. Under the new plan some
;;. r 2 r p( t// n c Bradford County. "I think I can hold Senate districts are not numbered
own in Clay County, however,"
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consecutively, which Smith maintains
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.4" Williams said, adding that he expected is unconstitutional.
at least three or four running
mates from the new District 21, which
includes east Bradford, all of Clay, The Supervisor's job in the palo; fc*
r P, v T NS111 and the north portion of St. Johns. days has been to divide Precincts 8, 9,
.. 12, and 15, creating sub-districts \,
'. wml. < ,N1 s' r y rrobu $1A uShn Supervisor of Elections Neva 9A, 12A, and 15A in order to conformto
..; ,T1Hny. 'u t + i W. ''I tlV 7 I.I i? Flynn, whose office has spent the past the new House district lines. A
;,- nloa c'I Crr i several days juggling precinct lines, change was also necessary at
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F soul r. enna S t 11, I said that the plan will necessitate Lawtey, where all voters in the city
,l r' ke) 1 r V --+ ,- I I II changes in Precincts 1, 8, 9, 12, and 15. limits will now be in precinct Nr 2,
by J r x., rr r owa { nm Two separate ballots will have to be whereas all voters in the city limits
/ 1rt prepared, one for eastern Bradfordand will now be in precinct No. 2, wh'ireas
rn, S "nrr t rr { one for western Bradford.All all of those west of the US-301 are now
n L ur, rr,, Ir" (' .b, S r' 1L in Precinct 1. Voters of both No. 1 and
t), hn r fruN IX voters will continue to use their No. 2 will continue to vote, as they I
I customary polling place, even where now do, at the Lawtey Volunteer Fire
dn precinct lines are split, but split Department, Mrs. Flynn said.
pI r precincts will have to be named by
I two set-ups of clerks and inspectors) The Legislature, now in adjournment ,
"C'n. w.". since voters in some precinct wiUbein ; has yet to tackle Congressional jJ
n.u. '% F. ti different House districts. redistricting but it appears Jike/y,'according \
New Senate District to plans now under consideration
Under the new reapportionmentplan that Bradford will no longer be in
for single member districts, all Congressman Don Fuqua's district.

I 2.6 More Administrators Proposed in New LineUpAn

expanded administrative personnel level, a dean of students at Bradford afford to miss," said board Chairman with problem children, and it doesn't t.i.
list and an extension of the High, and two part-time assistant J.T. Parrish.On matter whether or not they're certified
guidance program into the elemen- principals at Starke and Soulhside the guidance in guidance, said Register.
tary level was proposed to Bradford Elementary Schools. sion, Casey told the school boar "I
school board members Monday night, The part-time assistant principals feel\ strongly we must move on with "You've got to find a teacher that
April 12, by Supt. Tom Casey. could either be a teacher in the school our guidance program." Questionedby really loves kids, that there is a lot of
The school board seemed to be in who would still teach part-time, or a the school board, administratorsone them around," Register said.
favor of both proposals. No oppositionwas new person. It could even be one per- after said the district in behind
voiced to either suggestion. son split between the two schools, but the times in guidance personnel. In other action at the work session,
Casey said he is still working on in that case an additional 4/10th of Casey proposed a full guidance the school board:
names to go with the positions, and is duties would have to be found.In position for the middle school, one at
considering some minor changes. He SE, one at SS, with them sharing the Was told by Operations Director
was not ready Wednesday to make any case, Casey said Wednesday, outlying school at Brookcr Hampton, Lennard Register that new leaks have
public his list of personnel, but may the positions will have to be advertised and Lawtey."I been found in the middle school and
release that list Monday if his list of when approved by the school see the same kids over andover Phase 3 of the high school.
positions is approved. No major board. ," said SE Principal Charles "We've got leaks everywhere,"
shake-up of principals is expected. There are 4 or 5 current ad- Francis, problem children who are said Register. That led to speculationthat
Casey indicates. ministrators who will be retiring simply not successful in the school the board will have to use the new
The new line-up of administrative before long, Casey pointed out to the system. Thrust of the program wouldbe funds to replace roofs on the two
positions, including an increase of 2.6 school board, and it would be good to for the guidance person to work buildings. l vPlQ
personnel l, will be on the agenda for have local personnel with some ad- between the home and school. t+ ,
the regular meeting Monday night, ministrative experience to replace Approximately 40 percent of Heard BHS Principal Jim Duncan i w r
April 12, for the school board to officially them. children attending school are not liv- report on the increasing costs of the $
vote on. The new positions area Supt. Casey also explained a fun- ing in the same family in which driver education class. Cars, which
director of personnel at the county ding proposal newly passed by the he/she was born, Francis pointed out. used to be donated and insurance are .
Florida Legislature" called the Children play divorced parents major expenses, Duncan said. It was s I
"power equalizer. By increasing against each other, creating pro- suggested that the program be confined
taxes by l.l or up to 1.6 mills the blems. to the summer.
school district (county) can draw an "We're way behind," said Opera-
additional $70 per student, or some tions Director Lennard Register, who Was told by Supt. Casey that the His Choice.
$280,000 in state funds. One and a half
said he's 100 percent behind the $12 million for replacement school
mills would raise some $220,000. guidance program. buses was deleted by the legislature,

That would mean an additional HE principal Connie Clark said an and no funds will be available next Goldwire Goes Out in Style"Well
$500,000 to he school board in uncom- experienced teacher can tell who's year.
mitted funds. going to make it to high school by the
The taxing level will be difficult to third grade, and.who's going to prisonby Was told the board is facing I'll miss Goldwire," said Harmon Morgan as the Koffee Klatch
figure because millage will also be the 7th grade."Charlie's rebiding health insurance for gathered Monday at Koch's Drug on Call Street in Starke for its usual 10 a.m.

rolled back by the new one cent sales right. It's a small, hard employees. respite.
tax the school board is supposed to get core group," said Clark. "I don't Steady member Gilbert Goldwire died last week while undergoing triple
part of Local school millage is just know if a guidance program can Heard David Smith report that by-pass heart surgery at 79 years of age. Goldwire was the agitator of the
over 4 mills. make a dent. or not, but it s worth a state funds "don't look good at all" group.
FRIDAY. AD,1I1. try.. for this summer's swimming pro "Yep, we will," agreed R.O. Dansby, who has been "appointed" head
BRADFORD INVITATIONAL "It looks like a trade-off you can't Some teachers are good at working gram. agitator.
TRACK MEET "You could always get an argument out of Goldwire.,. Itls no fun to argue
2 9:30 PM with someone who always agrees with you," Morgan says.
IHS Track FI.ld Republican Goldwire always had an opinion and stuck by it. Morgan could
Apartment Issue Still Boiling in City always get his goat a little by saying he'd never drive a foreign car. Those
SATURDAY. April 17 were fighting words to Goldwire, who drove a diesel Volkswagen, and stood
BMS DANCE up for it through thick and thin. .
Sponsored By tth Grad. Pressure is mounting on Starke Road homeowners their wish by re lion on its civil suit against the city, Goldwire was an active man troubled by worsening circulation problems
All Students K-8 commissioners to decide whether to jecting requests to have a zoning primarily because of the change in city which kept him from walking any distance. A pugnacious baseball catcher
7 10PM .proceed with defending a law suit to change and building permit for con- attornies when attorney George odd-job holder, and a successful salesman who had the ability to put food on
BAAS Gym Admission $1 stop the building of a 40-unit apart- struction of the apartments. Pierce was appointed Bradford Coun- the table during the Depression with commissions from his sales ability
ment complex on Bessent Road in Stokes & Co. of Jacksonville, the ty judge Terry Brown has taken over Goldwire went into the surgery with eyes open. He wanted to return to an ac
FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER east Starke or to move towards fin- developer, filed suit August 3, 1981, as city attorney. tive life rather than become bedridden, and so chose the operation, knowing
Finn. Christian. Church ding alternate site for the complex. and is now starting to move in legal Circuit Judge Wayne Carlisle has the odds.
t oM p.m. A move is being made to switch the quarters to force the city to issue a twice denied motions to dismiss the Never without a joke, he always had a new one to tell each morning. It was
Pro e.ds go to Building Fund site of the apartments from Bessent site plan approval and to change the action brought by Stokes & Co. The no different on his fast morning with the"club" Monday before the operationon
Donation $3 plat. Road to west Starke in the triangle zoning from R-1A, single family motions were entered by Gainesville Thursday
Eat In Tak. Out formed by Brownlee Road and SR-16, residential to BP, multi-family on attorney Leonard Ireland, who was Sons Ray and Mike report their father went into the operation in very good
on part of a 119-acre tract owned by part of the 10-acres site The legal first retained by Bessent Road spirits. He threatened to come back and haunt his family if his wish to be
MONDAY. Aorll 13 Ronnie Newman and John Odom Jr. firm representing Stokes & Co., residents, then the city council, to defend creamated was not carried out. Goldwire wanted his ashes to be sprinkled
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL The problem could be worked out if Rogers, Towers, Bailey Jones, and the action brought by Stokes & all over 1-75 so everyone can wave as they go by.
BOARD MEETING 7 p.m. Stokes & Co. agrees to move the site, Gay, has mailed questionaires to city Co. Koffee Klatch members say Goldwire did a lot of things to help people that
the council approves the: new site, and officials and to attorney Leonard It has been announced at the open- nobody knew about. lie was a staunch member of the First United Methodist
STUE DAY. April 20 west Starke residents don't object to Ireland. The taking of depositionsfrom ing of the past several council Church of Starke, and sang in the choir.
STARKI COUNCIL multi-family housing in the area. city officials will begin soon. meetings that there would be no vote "The community needs more people like him," says Morgan, a retired
MEETING 7 For several years the city: has been The, interrogatories were mailed on the apartment issue. But with the school superintendent.The .
p.m. haggling over the Issue of putting the 'some 10 days ago and are due back 30 suit being pushed by the complaintantStokes empty bar stool signifying/ their loss, the club members continued
THURSDAY. Aarll.22 apartments on Bessent Road, with days after being mailed. City officials ( and Co. and heirs of the Monday to solve the world's problems."It's .
-- residents of that area pleading for no confirmed this week that they have Powell Estate), the city fatheis wills been nice knowing iou," Goldwire (old his family whew" entering
SENIOR CITIZEN apartments there. On June 30, 1981 received the quesilonairc: surgery last Thursday
COVERIO DISH LUNCHEONMethodlt the ,council the Bessent ( Apartments... P.ZA)
Church 12 Noon city gave Stokes& Co. has been holding up ac- .




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i,r a r I I ..re. #eRw'r'm"arll 6 BHS[ Students. AIec".Off. ," .. : To: State Science Fairbiological I

> Six Bradford High science students honors In the state science' (airare0Vickie project and won a first Tracy McGee- 6th place behavorial
.' stuffed their projects and baggage into Carver, LeAnn Flynn, Kim' place ribbon in botany a U.S. Army ribbon. McGee used electrical
almost Rieske Stacey stimulation of mice to test its effect
,' one van, like stacking Denmark Mike on
I rI r students in a phone booth Wednesday Christmas, and Tracy McGcc.. These Miss Carver tested new synthetic the memory of mice.
," It t rsal \ morning and headed for the State Bradford High students all. qualifiedto gels in an attempt to increase the LeAnn Flynn- 2nd place behavorial
Science<<: Fair at Lake City Community exhibit their work at the state fair percentage of germination yeilds of ribbon, U.S. Army certificate. Miss
College (LCCC: ). at regional competition in mid- flowering seeds and vegetable seedlings Flynn tested the effect of color on
It's the first time in years the state March compared to direct planting short term memory of students.
"' !science fair has been held so close to Miss Carver's project was chosen;' methods with a fluid drilling process. Kim Rieske- 3rd place behavioral
The the third Other regional awards, which ribbon, U.S. Army certificate Miss
Bradford County. students say best in the regional show,
$ \\w 0 local people should visit the fair sinceit making her the first alternate to the science qualified fair the students for the state Rieske compared the learning types
is so close. Visiting hours are from International Science and Engineering were: in a block design test. She wanted to
7.10 p.m. tonight (Thursday, April 13k Fair which is to be held in May in Stacey Denmark. 4th place find the four types of learners.
.t.ty and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April 16. Houston. Miss Carver's project was 'behavioral ribbon. Miss Denmark and used Michael Christmas-: 5th place in
Exhibits will be set up in the gym chosen: as the best Senior Division a skin galvanometer the behavorial science. Christmas tested

1 I : I II nasium Local at students LCCC. competing for certificate and; medal.and an Air Force certificate dark various hemoglobin eyed sensitivity individuals.in the of blood pain in to light test and the tested.the effect of music on students being'

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I School Lunch MenusBradford

County Middle School Thursday, April IS Spiced ham .itdwlch,
,. .. ; vegetarian beans w/bacon, cole slaw peaches,
Vo. Tech. Center cookie milk.
f and all elementary schools Friday, April, II. Managers Choice, Day.
fr.. f !Monday April 12. Macaroni & choose 1/2 spiced Ala-CartC;
ham sandwich, cole slaw pear halves milk Monday April 12 Plaza, hamburgers, French
Tuesday, April II. Turkey dell corn on I he cob fries, milkshakes.
French fries' strawberry" shnrtcnko, milk Tunday April 11: Cheeseburger. fin.
; Urdnmduy, April II (Chill crackers, cheese: French fries, milkshakes.
least, Harden salad fruilslclc.., milk Wednesday April It Hamburgers plaza,
rr Thursday April IS Fried chicken mashed French fries, milkshakes.
; potatoes w/Kravy, buttered green peas. hot rolls, Thursday. April I II Pizza, cheeseburger,
: ":J7f",1f chocolate pudding milk. milkshakes. French fries. e 1' 1 1111
f Frlrta), April Iff. Managers Choice Day. Friday, April I*- Managers Choice Cay.
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,,' -- t 01!" ,/ Monday April 12 Salisbury teak mashed
& garden salad grad biscuits Brannen ReunionSet
<0: potatoes gravy cup
milk. $1000.9
Tue.d >. April II Thicken & rice buttered save .
6 BUS Students Made the State Science Fair. green peas, applesauce butterscotch squares SundayThe r i iI I
cheese rolls milk.
These six Bradford High students Mere winners in the Regional Science M lii..day. April 11 Hamburger on bun. Brannen reunion will be held 8-hp Lawn Tractor
Fair and qualified for the state competition. The-yare, kneeling (I-r), Kim French down fries cake, .lettuce, milk.It tomato & pickle pear upside Sunday, April 18th at Mt. Zion with 38"
Kieske. and Stacey Denmark. Standing- Tracy McGee Mike Christmas, Primitive Baptist Church near Lake t mower r
Vickie Carver, and LcAnn Flynn Butler. All decendents of the late Ben- More comfort and versatility than ordinary riders. ;
jamin and Tempa Brannen are urged Features Briggs & Stratton engine, electric
to attend this annual affair and bringa
basket lunch to be shared around I start, 5-speed transaxle drive and much more. 1
Apartment Issue Still Boiling in City.: .. the noon hour. Please invite your kin only $ 95
and friends to come join us in this day'of
Stokes & Co. for the purchase of six The city zoning board approvedboth visitation. Everyone welcome. A 1 I
The sale is contingent the site plans. But the city council, business held 1 I
have to decide soon whether to fight it acres. upon meeting will be follow- 1 II
further. If so, they will have to zoning change being made, a lift station which has final say, rejected both;,the ing lunch.
last action coming June 30, 1981.
authorize an attorney to proceed fur- for sewerage being installed! anda
Stokes & Co. filed suit Aug. 3. 1981.
,ther. road paved in to the property from
Brown has told SR-16. Newman said he will pay for Aug. 4 the city council decided to re-
City attorney Terry
tain outside counsel, Ireland, to de- .
the lift station and the road. THIBRADFORD
the council it stands a only a very fend Reg.
the action. .
chance of winning the suit if it decidesto Newman is asking! for 13'-ii' acres to be Joining Stokes & Co. In the suit arc COUNTY TELEGRAPHPubllsh.d.v.ry Model 52072 I
fight it. Be!>!>enl Road residents rezoned to R2A.Silverfield .
the heirs of the Powell Estate, on of 130 W. CallStr..
listening to attorney Ireland think said Tuesday! that an .
which the property is located, who Stark. Florida 3201
there is a chance to successfully defend alternate site has been suggested, and have an option to sell the land 'once .a0sit
the council's acition. that Stokes & Co. has offered to consider
Stokes & Co. feels it is proceedingon it, but that approval of the alt'r.nalive the proper zoning is approved. The Second Clot poilage paid of I st
include L. Powell
plantiffs Gahagati, Stark. Floridai"bac"ptloll sI
firm ground. will be contingent upon the proper Jr., R. Emmett Gahagan Martha II
"We think have a 99.9 of I
we percentchance zoning classification the cost
Powell McClane, and William'C.
Stokes & Co. Rates ----------------------------------------
of winning, utilities and !bite development
Vice-president Gary Silverfield said Commissioner! Crosby! has been Powell. In trad.aroai 1.00 p.r yaar America's largest manufacturer of tillers builds terrific

Tuesday! April 13, when contacted by careful to say he does not want to exchange $5.00 six month tractors too! Hurry Pre-season prices end soon.Ike's .
the Telegraph.: the problem from one
City Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, neighborhood to another Outsld trado araai $10.00 p.r yaar
the only councilman to vole againstthe Stokes & Co. has a $1 million 5.50 elf month Saw Shop
motion to deny approval of the site Farmers Home Administration
plan and zoning change has been (FmllA) loan to build a 40-unit apartment i 225 East Andrew St., Starke (Behind PoweU's Dairy FreezeTriple )/
negotiating for an alternate site that complex, The proposed! site is 10 --- .- -
might ploase everybody.The acres on B('!>sent Road, just! off SR-16 ,
alternative site under consideration between Bradford Villas and Mimosa + I I : +t 'rr 'tVty 1 ; }r r 1l
is in the triangle formed by Drive. LWts r4pf
Brownlee Road and SR-16 in west Some 6 acres of the site is already
Starke. It is six acres of a 119-acre 7oned.Jp, th remainder !is zoned:; ",....
tract owned by Ronnie Newman and single family residential,'R-1A. *. Y..l
John Odom. The parcel is !some 500 ntk The city cOkhmisiiion rejected a siff-'w-- ;'. 5 h'. '1 rye po L ,.{ 'i h ir1
I'. r feel\ from SR-16 and -hindlhc.rowor plah fur the entire-10 adres/'arid/ rcfu&cd :*&*.:
houses! on Brownlee Street On to rezone the R-IA portion to BP,
Urownlee Street, the site is across allowing multi-family residential. Ina
from the vo-tcch centr but does not second try by Stokes & Co. for approval
extend to Brownlee because! of the the council also rejected an .
nouses. amended plan to locate the apartments versatile wall
The owners are advertising for a on the !six acres already zoned
zoning change from R-1A to R-2A
allowing multi-family housing. The BP.Residents of the Bcsscnt Road area
city zoning board will get that requestfor have opposed the project on the
a vote at its April 29 mectinu. grounds that multi-family housing is storage system at
Newman said Wednesday afternoon i- nol compatible with the major property
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Hampton Town Council Risks Suit !


:; By Denying Woman Marshal's Job


;;3 Still no Town Marshal. Still plentyof to Tuesday's mooting but didn't !show sex discrimination complaint with the

problems In gelling one. up so Hampton is now once again Equal Employment Opportunity 'Jet 1-,
'I.t That was the story again at the back at slop one-- still looking to fill Commission. ?
-regular mooting of the Hampton both positions Evans and clerk Jane Hall warned
Town Council Tuesday night April 13. nainstthe! possiblity of a suit and its
5! Throe more bits of bad news came 3) If the Town doosn't hire Diane chances of success. Evans said the ci- I
I he town's way Tuesday night: Bruno a certified police officer who ty doesn't have leg to stand on if ?,
,a 1I lives in the town and has boon actively Bruno files a !suit. "It's an iron-clad .'411 ----
I .,..' 1)) the state has turned down a re- seeking the part-time job. it may case." The tight-lipped 'Curtis and ", el A' e
guest for a waiver on Wayne Smith, got hit with a discrimination suit Mitzel wouldn't budge though. 1
the }Hampton( man who was hired Bruno was turned down at the "
months ago to take over the town's March 9 meeting In favor of Johns, Curtis made a motion that the Town 'j
police duties. Smith has boon waiting with council members Haddock and contract with the Bradford County i
on that waiver and registered for Ralph Mitzel) saying Hampton was no Sherrif's Department for police protection iI I
police training school recently but place for a woman police officer. The but when Evans warned abouta
because: of his lack of police certification alternative was brought( up again lawsuit from Bruno Woods
and other problems on his waiver Tuesday, with Evans making a motion withdrew his second and the motion
application the state turned him down to hire Bruno as the part-time died without a vote.
for the! job assistant and councilman Ulysses The ball now may be in Bruno's
Woods seconding the motion. But Cur court as Hampton's struggle to get
2)) Fred Johns the who Mitzel voted that along without a town marshal wearson.
man was tis and against ------------------
chosen for the assistant marshal's job move, making it a 2-2 standoff with No portion of the town's charter
last month is also unqualified for the Mrs. Haddock absent from the makes it mandatory for Hampton to Woodrow Thomas Honored on Retirement_ __ n_ from SFCC

position.. At a March 30 meeting witha meeting and major Hank Lott havingno have a marshal. Only relief in sight Woodrow B. Thomas third from left holding a watch Thomas has worked at SFCC for seven
Florida of Law Enforcement now is the September, 1982, town election years as a se-
Department voting power. will retire as custodian for Santa Fe Community College cond job. He is also! a custodian for BUS and will continue
marshal could be
FDLE) Hampton chair where a new offices at Bradford High next Thursday, April 22. in that capacity Kenneth Sellers will
man John Evans concluded that Bruno said last month she is a elected. An elected marshal would not Shown with !Mr. Thomas at a party in his honor Tuesday Thomas as SFl'C' custodian. replace
Johns didn't meet the requirementsfor qualified officer, with good grades in have to meet state standards for
night. April 13, are Cindy Zurfluh, secretary at the The plaque presented Mr Thomas
the but councilman Ted Curtis the doth police officers. But, the FDLE | | expreses gratitudefor
job and
police school knowledge to BUS campus of SFCC; Kill Cross! an SF'i'student from his years' of 10yallot'rvlce.1t was Thomas who openedthe
and Jane Haddock spoke out to allow (' job and would take the case to spokesman warned the council last Keystone Heights who led the student drive to get Mr. building for every class night and saw that the
Johns come before the board to court I if she has to. She repeated that month- going with an unqualified Thomas a watch; Mr. Thomas and Dr. Bernie I\IcFad. were turned on, Mrs. Zurfluh lights
discuss the matter Johns was invited throat Tuesday, saying she may file a policeman is a dangerous way to go. den the director of SFCC" on the BITS campus says.

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Council Form Board to Act UNITED PENTECOSTAL
City May CHURCH i i iI

204 N.Waters Rev, O.I. Wells
Friday 7:30 PM, .Youth s.rvlc.
Saturday 7:30 PM . M.n's Prayer I
On Old Rundown Buildings in Town Meeting
} Sunday 10 AM & 7:30 PM. Sunday
School t Evang.llitlc Service

Tuesday 9 AM. ,Ladles) Proy.r Mooting Heman Lee Allen's
A municipal rode enforcement as a special exception under two com a way to protect, where a Wednesday. 7:30 PM . Bible Study
board composed of Starke residents is mercial categoriesB2 and B-3. miniwarehouse will go, said Gaines. Obey Oct: 2:38.39PLEASANT
being contemplated by the city com- Miniwarehouses were not mentionedin .Agreed with Clerk Neil Tucker's Bradford Barber Shop
mission as a possible way to get action any catagory except industrial but suggestion that a special meeting is
on removing buildings which arc are non-polluting and the special ex- necessary to hear proposals from in- HOPE Has Moved To
eyesores to the community.. ception provision will give city zoners vestment bankers but set no date
"That seems to be the going thing FULL GOSPEL CHURCH Lake Butler
said Commission Bobby Milner in 301 N., Stork
suggesting the council adopting an ordinance Extend To You A Hardy WelcomeTo
giving it authority to appoint Easter Weekend Rains Worship With Vsl

such a board. Florida law now Sunday School, . . .9:4: $ a.m. 231.17 miles toward Brooker
authorizes the city to appoint such a Morning Worihlp . . .11 a.m. Hwy
hoard Milner said. Evangollitlc. . . . 7 p.m. OPEN 1 pm 8 pm Daily 1,,
The discussion at the April 6
meeting when Commissioner arose Charles Turn Bradford to MushMushy Mld-W..k Sorvlco Tu.s. . ,7 p.m.

Schaefer made a motion for the city to Friday . . . . 7:30 p.m.

notify the owners that the city will roads and mushy strawberries plagued Bradford County over Rev. Corey Paitor
clean up the debris from the burned the Easter weekend when thunderstorms dumped five and one-half to six
building on US-301 north across fromNorman's and one-half inches of rain on already sodden ground in a three-day -
Farm Produce, then period.

charge the owner. Most of the water fell during an old-fashioned toad-strangler Thursday,
Milner suggested asking city attorney April 8, when New River fire tower led the county with 4.5 inches of rain,
Terry Brown if such a move is followed by Santa Fc tower with 4.2. and Starke with 3.4 inches. The rain r
possible. Brown said he could not tapered off toward the north with Highland tower reporting only 2.4 in-
make such a decision until he was ches. Another one and one-half to two inches fell in a slow rain all day
sure the city has complied with the Saturday, lasting through the night till Easter morning.
piM.oduro.ot Ww.n.t(1.| properly: ,noti!y:.. ...,"- Farmes Jest.the ocean of (he Easter strawberry market with an '
Hie' proixJr'lj; .,pwwr:.. ?;. ./< a; / rA. *,cst timalod' half,,to throe; fourths oUhtvfruitjthen-ripening I iniheiiolds ru'! V II
.. I...'111'l ('r. eNhllJUgflt .>.o'i .t tJ1I: b. "h 1 nM. "W 're\\" t scr ":lir"1 ps&
or.q .mdw, r r board, something the council two weeks before the heavy bloom now on plants will mature another't /ESA
inVmbera apparently considering. crop. .
"It just about put us out of the berry business" said Buddy Norman Jr.
In other April 6 actioi/, the council: who had been picking from 700 to 800 flats per day from his 30,000" plants.
Now he's doing well to scrap 200 to 300 flats from the 15 acres.' ,
.Asked time to study the audit Prices are still holding firm at from $7 to$8 per flat, in spite of the poor
report for fiscal 1981. CPA Pat Farnsworth quality of water-filled fruit, Norman said.
was present to discuss the With over nine inches of rain in less than two weeks from March 28 to
audit report, but Mayor Vernon Silcox April 10, county road crews Were hustling to keep roads in pasable condition -
sail lt the council members had not had .'There were several road washouts, but no bridge damage in the
timevtn study the report and asked county and everything was back in shipshape order by Wednesday. Some Sv
FArnsWorth; .to wait until the city call- families at Sampson Lake were stranded at their homes for several. .days
e uiT\: .' by high waters. .
'there County Agent Bob Taylor said that loss of fertilizer by leaching. was
J has been good about the extent damage to young spring crops in the area.
c ion between Bradford Coun- The r.eells'' for'g'hur5dartttffough Saturday is,"warm and partly
t the City of Starke on zoning cloudy, wlth'possible showers.
n t tiers sinpe the city has given the
c( J\t'y4h' jfesp0nsibility j of its zoning.
nfimM "r

t Was t l Commissioner Jimmy

C thhlll1hr; +l and 1 attorney Terry
B ttwJjSp nt one Saturday recently
w 'kingioik'revlsing the city code of .
o mane :.j. N'I II :::.
North Central Florida ::
Pfiu,;,FXouncll (NCFPC) hasi'? g- I ,
g&'ted I It is time to begin the review of ; .:
it )'-om henslve land use plan. The
refcew/ was set at five years after the
Director. Get under the
plan\was ',adopted Zoning
L.'M. ,.Gaines said he forsees no big

problem; with the plan. Fortune umbrella free
"A l f4 ,. .t ,
Wondered what the city's financialstatus

is project.on the Nobody failed knew woodburning"wenergy a*. '.-0, 4 with a new checking account.

(With $300 minimum deposit.)
fee to ,tie w
"Voted to pay a $7,000 (; i 1
legal firm of Slater & Randall/''t .'

Jacksonville for work done some two1' Trying to get along these days without a balance required with qualified direct

years ago. The firm successfully checking account is like getting caught In I deposit ((3 Insured to $100,000 by the
the in a civil suit in
which damages city were sought for am !the rain without an umbrella. It's more than ;:;: F5LIC 0 Simplified monthly statement((3 J

alleged Injury during an arrest. an Inconvenience. It's a serious disodvonEasy 1: accessibility at 30 convenient locations
loge that con cost you time and money. ;: 0 Personal dependable service backed

Adoption a zoning ordinance revision .; r Now you can get a Fortune checking f: by 47 years of experience.

which will list mini-warehouses occount with on umbrellaful of benefits. :: For convenience beauty and interest, you.

You earn 51/4% Interest compounded daily :: can't beat Fortune. So come in out of the

and you pay no service charges if you 1 rain today. Open up a new Fortune check-

Lunch Menus keep a $300 minimum balance. f Ing account with a deposit of $300 or

Bradford County Middle SchoolVo. THE SPINE Is';loot, LIFE lANE Other benefits ore: El No minimum more, and receive a free umbrella with

Tech Center our compliments.FORTUNE.
and all elementary schools 'STRoNG IJur"SENS1TIV.E r
Monday. April 12.Macaroni S cheese Ili spiced c'
ham sandwich cole saw pe.r halves rnllk.
Tuesday April 13.Turkey dell corn on the cob, Virtually er.t.' auto Pain pills and muncle re- Over one billion "
shortcake, milk
French Wednesday fries, atr.wberry April 14 Chill crackers. cheese. accident causes neck la saner almply roter up lh<*. dollars in assets.
toast, garden salad fruiWcle, milk. or lower buck injurj. nniplotii: .
Thund.y. April 15 Fried chicken mashed
potatoes w/Bravy, buttered green peas, hot rolla, Watch for these! danger Da .ontf thing tibttul the 30 friendly
chocolate pudding milk. offices In Florida.
Friday April IS- Managers Choice Day. slgnallt I finite! r, FcDcRfiL i

Bradford County High School. HEADACHES: Dizzi. "t:>: s Keystone Clinic M<:'
Meek, mashed I' 1
Monday April II Salisbury Savings and Loan Association
IRRITABILITY combineethemost modernequipment
potatoes*gravy,garden salad,fruit cup,biscuits,. .
milk.Tuesday. technique
April II Chicken .. rice, buttered Nr.Rvoi>I TKVMO-S: ,
butterscotch 2' with higIi1jtrainedprufee" ; Do*mvniand womwutimMfell onset summaKad/dOb ,
squares.Wtdaetday ,
green peas applesauce PERshl: .u.ln CIIts: _ran9 W MMrwM aE ,
cheese roU.. mU" nlonal.x "|M-,*iaUzinc in nerve oriyt * i
April M Hamburger on bun. NEIK & L1UR an kwyena.ra'ae nlim.d,>eon*unvbraoa
French fries lettuce.. tomato .. pickle pear up- 3 : and spine:rehabilitation. fn accoun, Mo accaunn may b*spew by t i
mail andftjnd wnomafl dwooMt tar 6O Ewe
aide down cake. milk.Thuraday. : You don't linvf to lire with Out imaJtal M=CUM* oMK nin a fortune SolImping *- l. .
April -Spiced ham sandwich Account.nof valid during *. p>otnononXKK \ \ .
vejpurlan beans w/bacon, cole slaw peaches, ARM & SI1ouUwR l.PAI.N : pain Call 'of/.t"FIr a, .( good tar a_nm. ON* bh...*..advonlaa.. .
4 now_ upply Ian No' e cKong k.
Cookie" milk OR NLMBNK.N: conultntion' .
frld.y. April II.Manager, Choice Day. ." k A I
Ala-Carte NAl'SF.A' I ''lnurauto inmirunrt "r t .
Pie. hamburgers, French paynforjour ',
'Mond.,. April II rrsTIMEroBUY
trim. milkshake.Tsf U,I.N DIGESTION : treatment.. __
April 13 o-bur\l..'. plita. REAL ESTATE
., mU..aha.. ..... .
&IA.II 14 Hamburger pins. French tries.mUkahukn. Keystone Clinic of Chiropractic PA Srarfce: ,., I IMK, : G}
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PI.Ia. ch-'>olfllo",. ,v 395 Modlson 964-5000 ... :.:
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mllk.h.krio.Tkeradr French April Irta.Frtda Hwy. 21. N., Keystone Heights 4J3, J6Q4 -
IsMnnnyPr Choice Day.
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Page 4A TELEGRAPH April IS. 19X2

I Neighborhood Crime. Watch Stirs InterestThe ro ra.onaa.4101 MIL, '-... -- .--..W.-----

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National Neighborhood Crime alert and taking positive action on the against property, It has a high potential is reprinted in part here to give our _.;-...-..-
Watch program was started in 1972 by home front to decrease his own for death or injury to the victim readers a better understanding of
the National Sherifrs Association to vulnerability to burglary, as well as who is apt to come in surprise contact what can be accomplished on a volun- -...--
gain more cooperation from the the protection of his neighborhood. with the burglar.The tary basis to reduce the rate of .
general public in efforts to curb the burglary: W 'y p, O.OMII DOOM .."
unexpectedly large crowd that -.,.
spiralling rate of burglaries affectingthe -.
There is one sure that we can ..
attended the first public way .
nation's residential, as well as +r ...
reduce the rat of home burglaries. If -
business property.The Neighborhood Crime Watch meeting -
held at the fairgrounds Monday nightis the people who live in any
Neighborhood Watch Programwas evidence that the general public is neighborhood would keep their eyeson Safeguard your property against these major invitations to burglary.
.. around them, thefts "..-0
to people property
seen as one way get keenly aware of this problem -
of and is would down. The concept of
together for mutual protection go
concerned about ways and sheriff's office and at Floriland Reali
means to Those attending Monday night'smeeting ;
their own and their neighbors' proper bring it under control. "shared concern" between neighborsis the office of Vernie Odom who r:::j
BURGtftWEl were told to contact their ty, ;
ty. Burglary was selected as the the key to stopping rip-off artists Bradford-Union County -
the :
for The who in homes. local police department or thesheriff's represents :
target since burglaries account following explanation of the obJectives specialize Board of Realtors, in promoting the ij
office for more informationand
nearly one-third of the index crime in and possible benefits of the '
the U.S. It is also the one major area The Sheriff's Association also Watch Program is part of the "Cop The idea of being concerned about instructions for enlisting their program. 55-
your neighbor's property is crucial. If neighbors in this cooperative effort. Sheriff Reddish described the .H?
of crime that can be fought effectivelyby points out that while burglary is and Robber" series now being ,
each individual citizen being.cn the usually thought of as being a crime published by The Gainesville Sun and we are ever going to cut down on The County has agreed to provide and Neighborhood Watch as a "peoples ;
residential burglaries,. the average erect signs designating each program" and said that local and :::::
.. .. .. -" -, citizen must become involved. We neighborhood as a crime watch area, neighborhood involvement could be ;::r i
have to stop hiding behind our high if requested to do so. Printed the key in reducing the chance that :;:::
; fences and locked doors. If our own materials explaining the Crime "you and your house might be the :E.::

:E.:nI'r", (lRll1:; : t:,.S: ::1 some home responsibility is to be safe for we the must safety accept of Watch Program are available at the next victim." .-25-.

'' our neighbor's property as well.

\ .. .. .. ,
The days are gone when someone Letters to The Editor I
might sit idly by and watch a strange '
truck pull up and empty the house ::-.-::
A People's Program Of Mutual BenefitAccording next door. We have finally reachedthe LWCI Inmates Credited THANKS EXPRESSEDFOR '3
point where everyone has either With BAND COVERAGE :
Good Deeds
been hit by burglary or knows someone
else who has been cleaned out. In Community ImprovementsDear Dear Mr. Miller.

tive In intruders from private There are litterally millions of folks Thank for fine of
to figures supplied by the Na- keeping away Editor, you your coverage
tional Sheriff's Association a recent major property, he believed that the placing of out valuables there carted who off have, some had more their than I would like to make a few com the BHS bands in the March 25 edition ,
of The Telegraph. I feel that J
study of burglary indicated that public in- signs designating the Neighborhood Crime once. Wether the thief was a kid steal- ments about the prisons and inmates should be proud of all our our bands county -,

volvment in crime prevention through programs Watch areas would be effective in reducingthe ing to get money for drugs, or an old that are located around Starke and especially BUS. '.'

to inform citizens of steps they can burglary rate. Several instances were pro who wants a European vacationthis Bradford 1 Have County.ever stopped to think how Our children have worked very

take to protect their property has been exceptionally cited where alert neighbors have telephoned People year want, the these reaction criminals is the to same. much the you City of Lawtey and Brad hard to make superior in District 4:

successful in areas where the police officers or the sheriff's'office after for having the gall to come into their pay ford County as a whole have benefit- concert competition for the last fourteen

program has been put into effect. seeing something suspicious going on arounda homes. ted from? Lawtey Correctional Institution We years.are very lucky to have a middle

Home inspections better lighting, improved neighbor's house when the owners weren'tat Neighborhood Watch is a good idea.It Do you remember the night that the school director as fine as Jim Perontoto
the have teach band
home. In students
some cases burglaries to become
goes back to the principle of block where The Telegraph office is
locks, and increased security have been been interrupted while cars or trucks were everybody working together for the located cdaught on fire? Were you members of the superior BIIS band.
found to pay off in fewer residential being loaded with household goods, even in common good. It cannot fail to reducethe glad to see them? Look around at the Some three or more years ago, we
burglaries, although nationally, residential daylight hours. crime rate if it is handled correctly good the inmates do to help the coun- were fortunate enough to have Mr.
property crimes continue to be a major law by the people involved. The biggest ty. Nobody makes them do it. They BHS Mike Woodfin as our band director for .-_

enforcement concern. According to the NSA, As a means of cooperating with the problem for any crook is to avoid the want to because they want to be to unexpected band. Since then we've. gone on
extra eyes and ears that might cause treated like human beings. greatness.I
burglary is committed somewhere in the Neighborhood Watch Program, the County his arrest. Give them a break and write a let- would hope that The Telegraph
U.S. every thirteen minutes. Commission has agreed to provide the ter telling them how much you appreciate would support this award-winning ':
necessary signs from the county sign shop The Neighborhood Watch Programcan them. band with special features concerning The fact that the public is aware of this and have them errected where property be as simple or as involved as the Leslie PhillipsNormandy the band students and directors.
local community wants it to be. It can Blvd. After all, Sir what would a football
growing number of burglaries, especially owners have agreed to cooperate with the be as basic as simply distributing Jacksonville, Fla.Editor' game or a parade be without the '
daytime crimes was shown by the surpris- program. printed materials to homes are apart- outstanding band students there sup
ingly large number of citizens who turned ments describing precautions that note: porting it.Thank .
out at the fairgrounds show arena Monday Each person attending Monday night'smeeting everyone should take to protect lives We do commented appreciate and have frequently you for your time and con
night to discuss the Watch was asked to contact his or her and property. Or it can include crime on and given cern.
Neighborhood credit to the inmates from "
neighbors and get the program going in all prevention units of a local law en- Lawtey Sincerely, '
Program under which owners of both Correctional Institution for the com-
of Bradford word of mouth. forcement agency working with Bud & Mamie Tucker
County by
parts munity have done
business and residential property agree to be organized citizen crime prevention improvements they Brooker Fla. '
alert to any suspicious activities in or aroundthe Printed information concerning the programand committees.With and are doing.
of others in the other crime prevention steps that can be
property neighborhood
the in
big jump residential
taken to make homes and businesses more
as well as their own. secure are available at the sheriff's office in mal crime involvement we are seeing by much neighborhood more for- Lake Levels Start Rising :
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who addressed, .,. .the courthouse or.at Floriland Realty officeon groups with local authorities. The
group, stressed the effectiveness of burglar North Temple Avenue Persons wishing to Neighborhood 'Watch Program has"' ,. '" .. ;:; I

alarm systems In homes, aS well Nas"'. cooperate" with the''-'program may also also received:strong support !from' Aftei\Recent: Heay. .Rains; '. .,1
civic" '
businesses and gave several instances register at'these'locations": groups 'Such as'.:.the''U.S.: t ._1 '" I
Chamber of Commerce ow tllr
; the Jaycees, Ill 17 ?
where such alarms had
frightened away the AFL, the American Association of
would-be burglars, or had enabled law en- It was agreed that the program will help Retired Persons,the General Federa- All major lakes in the area showed .a spillway which prevents a l larger!,
forcement officers to arrive at the scene and tion of Women's Clubs, and Kiwanis substantial increases in levels follow- volume of water from flowing into its ,:'
reduce the crime rate as it has done in other
make International. With from ing last week's prolonged thundershowers outlet Alligator Creek. The ..
arrests while the burglary was in support present
pro- towns and cities but only if the residents of teach these national groups the Watch Program that spilled from SMt to6Mi inches level in Magnolia is 126.66 feet above
gress. neighborhood cooperate by keeping an I is gaining a lot of momentum.' of rain over the lake region. sea level, a 2.4-foot rise from its '

The sheriff said that just as posting No eye out for their neighbor's property, as wellas At Monday night's meeting in Brooklyn, always the hardest hit March reading of 12466. _.....

Trespassing signs had been found to be effec- their own. Starke, Sheriff Dolph Reddish strongly lake during a dry year such as 1981, Paul Tanner,a resident of Brooklyn SLake -:
endorsed the program and cited bottomed out at 98.16 feet above sea said the water in Magnolia had : :
several instances where someone level in February, only 11.6 inches risen up to the dock at the park, -;;1
seeking something suspicious goingon above its 1958 historic low of 97.23. "Something that I haven't seen in -. ,.
Nationwide at the residence of a neighbor who Due to the drenching rains of March four years." He predicted that with a i"
I Crackdown On Drunk DriversThe was not at home at the time, notifiedthe and April and the increased flow few more rains'Mother Nature" will .1-5

sheriff's office or the city police from Magnolia Lake through take over and wash out the spillway. to it:?
and law enforcement officers were Alligator Creek, Brooklyn is at a curb ..increase the. flow into Brookl>1". $$ t1.Jj
able to arrive in time to break up the rent (April 12)) level of 99.9 feet above
nationwide trend for tougher laws to nation's most far-reaching DWI measure is planned burglary. sea level an increase of 1.74 feet Lowry k just north'ol Magnoi&'slg
crackdown on drunk drivers is growing in now being prepared by Massachusetts and (about 18 inches) since February.The in the chain of lakes, covers a much, .
momentum and size like Reddish said that such alertnesscan lake still has a long way to' go, larger area and consequentlyshows'1:
a snowball rolling would penalize not only the drunk driver, but be a great help to law enforce- however before reaching its historic only half a foot ,wale/ "\
down a hill.Impetus also any sober passengers who might be in ment in the county and urged high,of 117.43.Magnolia level. from 131.30 In November.-toS.
the car. Those riding with a motorist found to everyone not to hesitate to "become 131.80 on April 12. s .:tt: ,*""
was added to the get-tough policy have a blood alcohol level of 0.20 percent or involved" since anything done to help Lake which feeds into Lake Geneva is still low since U"wirfg!
by a report from the National Safety CouncIlestimating reduce the crime rate eventually Brooklyn in times of high water is not begin receiving spillover<< "water.!' )
that more than half of all 550,000 greater could face a $100 to $500 fine on the benefits all. near flood level because of water from Brooklyn until the latter reaches:.w..
road fatalities in 1981 involved the use of li- grounds that they either knew, or should backing up due to vegetation clogging a water level of 115 feet. Geneva had a "',;

quor. Irate citizens have become impatientwith have known, the driver's condition and reading of 98.93 feet above sea. level :j
on April 12. .85 of a foot above Its 98.07 i k;
the seeming softness of the courts in prevented him or her from driving. Drunk low in December a mark that fcC: .?

dealing with DWI cases and their indignation driving would become a felony instead of a County AgentsNotebook lower than its previous historic low pf::
is sending state and federal law enforcement misdemeanor, and a new offense called By 99.59 in 1977. J; .;> .j i

officials, judges, and lawmakers on the war- vehicular homicide where death results BobbyTaylor Lake Johnson at Gold Head Branch''*?..
State Park had a reading of 88.64 on :::::
path against motorists who get behind the from an accident involving DWI, would call April 12, up slightly,, from its 87.82 |
wheel while "under the influence." for an 18-month to 10-year imprisonment. level In Decemberti ? L .' ZZ

The Repeaters would face mandatory five to ten Kingsley Lake, perched hteh'on the ::::
outstanding example of this public out- sentences. eastern slope of Trail Ridge ,near ;;:

cry is the California mother who, instead of year I don't know how much wet condi- grass varieties and insect and disease Camp Blanding, stood' at, 176.20' on 23

sitting around feeling sorry for herself after Florida's new statute, passed by the 1982 tions affected attendance at the 1982 problems. Remember, a healthy, April 12, one foot above its low--;
her 13-year-old daughter was killed by a Legislature, includes a 48 hour mandatory Bradford County Fair, but I do know well-maintained lawn provides the, reading of 175.16 in December.E
drunk driver, launched a campaign to rid the jailing for DWI first offenders, and up to ten that the livestock activities were ideal setting for lour home. This Kingsley is the most stable lake in the:-.:
roads of intoxicated motorists. outstanding and successful this year. living Carpet provides the area, showing only a maximum"
Now, less days for a second offense.At .
The show arena in the livestock background for all the landscape variation of only two feet over a:::
than two years later, MADD (Mothers barn was,full for the beef show on features around your home and period of 25 years.
the federal level President
Against Drunk Drivers), the organizationshe Reagan opening day. It was overflowing for should accentuate the beauty of struc-: 2I!
started has spread to include 40 expected to establish in the near future a the swine show, swine sale steer tures, trees shrubs and flowers.

chapters in 17 states, including Florida, and special commission to study and share show and steer sale that was held But a lawn is much more than just a History of St. Mark's 1

is widely credited for the current wave of recommendations for combating the nation's. each evening. green background. Lwns serve as Episcopal Church 3
drunk driver problem. Interest and participation in the utility areas for play and entertain-,
stricter law and court procedures dealing shows and sales was reflected in the ment. A lawn prevents erosion To Published f

with DWIs.In Any cause of death that claims a toll of high) prices our 4-H and FFA reduces glare and protests the home The history of St.Mark's Episcopal ;;
more than 250,000 Americans members received for their animals. from dust and dirt. A lawn also provides ,'Church of Starke and the
annually Episcopal
recent weeks Florida and six other Quality and grade of animals was as a cooling effect around your deserves national well local attentionand County, has been
as as
enacted good as ever and our exhibitors did a '
home the >written
states have stringent new laws aim- by lowering temperatures. by Sandra P.Sanders and will
ed at ridding the roads of drunk drivers. it is hoped that the Federal measures much improved job of grooming and Everyone would like a trouble-free I be published within the next few moo- J
Similar of them will force tougher laws in the few remaining showmanship this year. or "perfect" lawngrass one which t ths.
proposals, many even and
Organizers buyers
sponsors looks but littleor
always good requires
I., 1 tougher than those already passed, are being states that still allow drunk drivers to avoid and supporters and those who put in no maintenance. Unfortunately no- The first recorded Episcopal sent

considered in 33 other states. jail terms by pleading guilty to a lesser a lot of extra hours are to be commended such lawngrass exists. In fact few of vice was held in Starke In the year *
t : for a job well done. '
misdemeanor the thousands of grasses in the world 1863. and the congregation grew-.
For instance what could for which suspended Bad weather, especially heavy have gualities desirable for t throughout the 1870's and 80's until a-:*
to be the
y prove sentences are possible. had effet
rains has an on strawberriesand lawngrass. r mission was formed in 1890. Many of
I vegetables. A heavy crop of fruit A grass well suited for the lawn use starke's leading citizens have been
was lost in most fields because of too will have several of the following r members of St. Mark's over the past
much water and a fruit-rot that ruined assets: adaptability to the climate L19 years and their struggles and
t red and green fruit alike. and soils of our area good green colt riumphs are recorded as the church
r 1 The Florida, BRADFORD coil We should be back in full productionin or, fine texture, thickness ability to ontinued: over the years.
i a week or so if sunshine and good withstand use and close moving
weather will prevail. resistance or at least some tolerance The book will contain approximate- '.
J ; Vegetable production Including to insects diseases and other pests. ':y 150 pages and 70 pictures, Including ,
@ ilJigrnP4 gardens is also being delayed and af- and finally, reasonable cost of plan-, a,full page color photograph of the interior :
fected. I'm sure some crops and ting and maintenance.Four of the church. It will have a soft
gardens might have to be replantedand grasses have enough of these rover, and will be sold for 910 per f
I most of them have lost fertilizer. c:opy.
some qualities to make them useful as IA I
L'I I nmss in Florida. These '
1 lawngraises
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN limited wfilbe j
M. MILLER edition and'
I've suggested to some folks that grasses listed In order of their, printed
; Publishers they wait a few days before applying popularity are: St.Augustine. Bahia J sold on a first-come first serve basis. '
additional fertilizer. Then sidedress and These Anyone wishing to pre-order may do
Centepede, Carpet. are the
1 robll h.d och Triyrtdoy endns.r4 a* S.cond Clat Marfr at th* Pat OHk.at Stark. Fla. undr- Act or March 3. 1879 'vegetables after they begin growing perennial warm-season grasses used w by calling the church office bet. '

Subxrlpdon rat. in trod ara: $9.00 Pr. Year $3.00 Six Month 'with about one-half the bask amount for permanent lawns to Florida. The winders v ween I 9-11 a.m. or contact Mrs.
Sl...... of complete fertilizer such as 6-8-8- ]Is frm 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Sanders is
: Phon.96r1.69OF Oyttld trod ar.a: $10.00 Pr' Yar; $5.50 SU /Mon,'"* .fIQl'Ido32Q1t. a "best" lawngrass a matter of pert he' wife of Circuit Elxleandcrs.
or 101010. sonal opinion. I'll discuss points for c Judge
t. _. ?J'v had several calls lately on lawn consideration In later articles. a i former. She school is a teacher.writer of history and

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x"Cer "' "Youth in the Confederate

,o The Social Side Oc I I Armies" Program at UDCMrs. 1

t:5: ; ::4 __________ Franklyn Weisgerber a.m.Social hour followed the meetingand I
presented a program on"Youth in the be-
with refreshments
qr __ Gladys ooty Of The Confederate Armies" at the W.T. ing served program by the hostess and co-
__ Weeks chapter, U.D.C. meeting held hostesses, Mrs. Gladys Weldon and
: ___ Society Editor Wednesday afternoon, April 7 at the Mrs. Herbert Thomas.
____ home of Mrs. Lester Crews.

96+-71108 News !
a Not all who served were bugle boys
O O and musicians. The war closed many
f' colleges and sent thousands from the
Y : Ir North and South into the fray of bat
tle. It should be noted that the young
Club Plan
a i Junior Wo-man's- women of the Confederacy also _
F ,! rendered heroic and valuable servicefor
d'' Proaressive Dinner the cause serving as spies, "land
blockade runners" nurses and home
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Chastain and stated in her r
Bob Larimer was guest speaker at guards, Mrs. Weisgerber '
Mr. and Mrs. Denmark. }
Steve I Ial
the Junior Woman's Club meeting program.
During the social hour strawberryshortcake
Monday, April 12 at (the: club house.
of was served by club pI(:SI- President Mrs. Herbert Thomas
''r" Mr. Larimer,who is the Director
Sunshine Acres work activities dent Beckie Jones and Paula presided over the meeting. The

4f$ center, a division of Bradford Register. Joseph Finegan chapter of Keystone
r hr Association for Retarded Citizens, Heights has extended an invitation to
spoke about education and job train- Senior Citizens the Starke chapter to join them on a
ing and a chance to lead a normal, Luncheon field trip to the Olustee Battlegroundand
dignified life for retarded citizens. April 22 museum on Monday, April 26. All
Following the program: the electionof Senior citizens are invited to the members desiring to go should meet .
new officers was held as follows: regular monthly covered dish luncheon at the Pantry Pride parking lot at 11 Mr.& Mrs. Robert Clyatt

president, Kitten Denmark; first vice at the Methodist Fellowship
president Shan Johns; second vice Hall at noon on Thursday, April 22.
Mr. &
Mrs. Robert
rl president, JoAnn I gin; secretary, The speaker this month will be Midge Glisson ClyattTo
Iva Jean Harrell; treasurer, Tracy David McCampbell, coordinator of Holds Hunt Celebrate 50th
Torode the new Community Support Program Egg

-J JMa A May banquet will be held for. the who will explain services soon And DinnerMrs. The children of Mr. and Mrs.James
installation of the ne w officers. to be available to seniors. Mildred (Midge) Glisson had Robert Clyatt request the pleasure of
On Saturday, ApriJl 17 a progressive Plan to participate in this an Easter hunt plus your company at a reception honour
dinner will be enjoyed by all club fellowship on the fourth Thursday of egg a birthday ing the 50th wedding anniversary of
dinner for her son-in-law, William
and Mrs. Marc Hunt members and their husbands at the each month. their parents.
Ferguson, at her home SR 230
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johns, on on The reception will be held Sunday,

._--- _. Mrs. Sunday. April 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. in the Wor-
Carrie Sanders and Marc Hunt Susie Williams Helping to celebrate the double occasion Center.No .
thington Springs Community
I Celebrates 94th were: Clifford and Charlene

Wed March 20 in Presbyterian ChurchThe Birthday Browning Browning of of Keystone Sampson Heights Lake Freddie, Marie gifts please.

Mrs. Susie Williams celebrated her Browning, Charles Ferguson, Minnie PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
First Presbyterian Church in was trimmed with seed pearls. She 94th birthday April 4 at the home of Browning and Odis Browning of
Starke was the setting for the mar wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Red-
riage of Carrie H. Sanders to Marc I. groom's parents. She carried a Mrs. James D. Kelly with a family dish and children, Shawn and Chad,
Hunt on Saturday, March 20, at 2 p.m. nosegay of white baby's breath, pink gathering. Wayne Ferguson, Paula, Lynn, 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts.
with Rev. Cliff McLeod, Jr. performing bougonvilla, pink sweetheart roses, Helping to celebrate the occasionwere Jeramie and Austin; Mary Jane, From '130" to "275"
the nuptials.The stephanotis and white orchids. In her 11t t't : Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Rowe and Verona and Muriel Henderson of
bride is the daughter of Mr.and hair she wore a wreath of matching Stacy, and Mrs. Elsie Mae Scruggs of Starke, Bob and Genevieve Richardson -
Mrs. Malcolm R. Sanders of Starke flowers with long ivory satin ribbons.A a ; i iw Chiefland, Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Kelly and Geneva Norman of Dade City .c:1: 1530 W. Madison
and the groom is the son of Mr. and reception was held in the church and Mike of Leesburg, Robert G. Kel- and Cherrie Kraft and sons, William Phone 964-6312
Mrs. Haskel Hess of Gainesville. Fellowship Hall. Mrs.Warren Stevenson + ly and Mrs. Ellen Walters of and Raymond of Hampton. EOUALNalMY.
the altar two stan- greeted the guests at the door and rooux r
Centering were Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
ding baskets of white gladiolus and presented them to the receiving line r S. ; Kelly, Justin and Brannon, Mrs. Mar-
of the bride and ,
pompoms and pink carnations composed groom tha Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelly
against a background of ficus trees. their parents and'attendants.' Mrs. y and Laura of Jacksonville, Mr. and INCOME TAX RETURNS PREPAREDShort
and Mrs. Greene
Jones Henry
Mrs. Charlotte Greene, orgahist Sidney Mrs. Don Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.
and Miss Susan Edwards, soloist, kept the bride's book. 6 + 3 Johnnv Torode of Starke and Mcaod. Form $7,50 Long Form $15.00 + up
presented a program of nuptial The brides table was centered witha Mrs. George D. Kelly, and Jay
flanked two Frank Accountant
music. wedding Hilliard and son, Carl of Starke. Young
Robert Sims of Richmond, Va. servo candelabras with arrangements of Tammy Itenton Among them were five great-great
964-5139 > Hwy. 301 N., Starke
ed as best man. Ushers were Carl C. white pompoms and pink Glenn Grimm grandchildren.
Hunt of Stockton, Calif., and Steve Cutting the cake were Mrs. Lila Rae .
Hunt of Miami, brothers of the groom. Yawn and Mrs. Peter Skewes, using Tammy Denton,
the knife owned and first used by Mr.
The bride's sister, Mrs. Martha S.
and Mrs. Guy Andrews at their wed- Glen Gnann
Fried of Gainesville attended as
matron of honor. She wore a floor ding 41 years ago. Plan June Wedding,
of lace with fitted Punch was served by Miss Helen IN ONE MINUTEo.
length gown pink long
sleeves, fitted bodice, off-the- Wheldon. Assisting were Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Don), Denton, of
Mrs. Keystone Oaks, announce the engage-
shoulder V-neck with a deep ruffle at Griffin, Miss Lillian Stump,
ment of their daughter, Tammy, to
the neckline and wrist,. The skirt Louise Harden Miss Janet Mon- "
was "
Miss Susan Edwards and Glen Gnann son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
bustle in the back. She tgomery
carried gathered a to a of white baby'sbreath Mrs. W.H. Edwards. Gnann, of Starke. : yOU AIj I 8M
nosegay .Tbe couple is esiding. In Miss Denton will g raduate this year ;: ..
sweetheart iotaabel'baii; def>>t.Uij's"1nnnI.: ..t,,, "lrjA frorpWadtoXJUgb,,,cbo4 hi, 75kial, .J..m 1
rn and..43 planning oniltjurther/og'
wreath of matching Silk to the Virgin Jslanas 1 and PuePt d o ; ; ,
wore a education Santa F'e Junior College :
flowers with silk ribbon trim. the latter part of April.

bride Given wore in marriage a colonial by her style father floor the assistant The bride at the is University a library of technical Florida.with high school.through honor a scholarship graduate.received from high as a. "KISS THE KIDS

The is employed
length gown of ivory lace with long fitted Gainesville groom Regional Utilities. Mr. Gnann is a graduate of Brad- _
sleeves, fitted waistline, trimmed
ford High School und is presenlty
with ivory satin ribbon. The neckline employed in Bradford County with

the Department of Corrections.The .
wedding will take place in Juneat
Grace United Methodist Church in




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(Atni kF b't-, X01 a i '

0, iota- iua
4ivo'' nt y1F+p'tt it Y # 1I Calling someone you love
:, '1 ( when
+ trh arc Y you are away means

I giving something of yourself.
c_ .
I Showing that
) { :: you care.
a + wu"1ej I It means sharing a moment -

n with those you lovea -

gift so personal that
1' 1I everyone at home can feel

I tf rt ? 1a3 r dlMr and share in the warmth of

Va J the conversation

fr I I It costs so little and means

and !\frs. Marty Payne | so much.You can call anytime

fefh 4k' tit'41t : for little more than the priceof

Susan Starling', i
I a hamburger and a soft

Marty Payne drink even less after 5 pm
Wed April 5 I .I and on weekends.

Susan Starling,daughter of Mr.and
Mrs. W.B. Scoggins! of Starke and __ _
[ M.A. "Marty" Payne, Jr., son of Mr. tT
P and Mrs. M.A. Payne, Sr. of Starke,
were united in marriage on Monday, Continental telephone
April 5 at 10 a.m.The ceremony took
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Milliard place in the yard cf, Mr and Mrs. -.- : Long Distance...
M.A.Payne with Kathy Rowe,Notary OK the shortest distance
Public,officiating.The w'd+ I
Milliards Golden AnniversaryMr. '
Luther ceremony was followed by a between two people.

and Mrs. Luther Hilliard of children, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Hilliard brief reception. The refreshmenttable r.
delightfully surprised at and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bennett. was covered with an army navy ,
Lawtey cloth centered.with silk
a arrange-
for them on their The refreshment table was covered
a reception given ment of white poiiisettias.: A two-
wedding anniversary on Sunwith.1.!white lace cloth over gold linen
golden tiered wedding cake was cut and serv-
day March 26, given by their and held a anniversary cake and an ed by Mrs. Scoggiiw mother of the

arrangement of yellow chrysan bride while Mrs.Payne, the groom's
Faulk-Norman themums. mother from silver
poured punch a 0
Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard have three
Rehearsal I Dinner grandchildren, Cheri Hilliard and bowl. An assortment of hors rer *! #0-42024
d'oeuvres also served.
was ,
L.A. Johns of Sarah and Amanda.Bennett. .
Mr. and Mrs. The occasion was attended by the
Jacksonville gave a buffet dinner families of the bride and groom. I
Thursday evening at the Starke Golf Susan teaches Kindergarten at
Country Club for their son; Duplicate Brdige"and Lawtey Elementary School and Mat: I- l
Carlton and fiancee Teena Norman Club Results I ty is electronics :teacher at the ;
after the couple's wedding rehearsal. Bradford-Union Area Vocational- .
The head table was centered with a Tieing for first place at Duplicate Technical School. The couple and 4 L-i.

large arrangement of spring flowers Bridge Tuesday night, April 6. were Susan's son, Gareth Starling, are a ,i .
statice snapdragons and Cecelia Terwillegar and Eva \
Including residing at 1314 Blanding St. in
asters in shades of purple and pink. Mathewson and Louise Darst and Starke. t
Smaller arrangements were placed at Jack Burnett of Lake City, Wining second \

intervals down the side tables. were Rhea JOMsoR''and Lori 'Old You Know...........
The approximately 70 attending{ inFrancis of Keystone Heights. -.
cluded the wedding party, immediate The club plays every Tuesday night; Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Flynn of a ....,...-.1.;" .
guests. at 7:30 at the'' Pratt Street
and out- p.m.
families Tallahassee
this week at
are spending
and all
presented gifts Recreational Center bridge
The honored couple the Flynn cottage at Kingsley Lake.
to their ;attendants during the dinner. players are invited to attend.


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Page 6A TELEGRAPH April IS. 1911Z
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, f 1 BCH Auxiliary Board ,,, Church of GodCelebrat.

\ Receives New OfficerRecommendations .. 50thAnniversary .
\ Ott ,
Vicky Tumor, The Bradford County Hospital Aux. The Starke Church of God

',. ',. iliary received the nominees for new celebrated their 50th anniversary on
," Paul Di Vito officers at the board meeting Thurs April 4 with a full day of worship.The .

day, April 8.
Plan JulyWedding The nominating committee, Jane '? day began with Sunday Schoolat
Trawick, Louie Bell Parks and r owe 10 a.m. and morning worship at 11
Clarice Stephens presented the II I 'f11' qt ',i a.m. The morning speaker'was Dr.
following officers for 1982-83: presi- 1 Ray II. Hughes, general overseer for
dent Ada Reddish; president-elect, t the Churches of God.
J Marjorie) Thomson; first vice presi- .q J 1 ,, '''rte Following morning worship was the
"\' dent Rose McConnell; second vice- unveiling of the beautiful gold raised
president, Doris Overstreet recor- d -Mia it lettered 50th anniversary plaque
ding secretary Muriel Gilhooly; cor L which is permanently mounted on the
,1- responding secretary, Nellie McGee; front of the church.
treasurer, Linda Johns; directors, W t I
.'. Erma Buford, Betty Warren and
Gladys Weldon. The election and In- I Special recognition was given to
stallation will take place at the -- I ,- -- _._-- five charter members. Plaaues were
F I Paul Di Vito Vicky Turner general meeting May 17. presented by Dr. Hughes to: Boots
Doris Overstreet, president, presided Just like it used to be... Scarbro, Freda Brantley, Virginia
Janet A. Turner of Starke and Education. She Is currently employedby over the meeting where Sandra Purdee and accepting for Pearl Starl-
Old-fashioned singers at Pine Level Baptist Church ((1-1')
Palm Beach County School O'Briant-Johnson a of the are : ing was her sister Ruth Coleman. Accepting
Glade gave report
of Belle
announce -
Robert V Turner SeatedMrs..Jim Co,1\Irs., Wilbur
my OeLouch. Mrs. Craig Padgett Mrs.
for Gordon Brantley was his
the engagement and approaching System. Auxiliary hamburger booth at the .
Raymond Moody.StandingMrs.
I'' Mr. Di Vito is graduate of St. Fair. Mrs. Brantley.
marriage of their a County Judy Moore, direc- Roman son, Sonny
Alvarez Rev Roman Alvarez, !Mrs. Kill Hosier.
to Paul Fran- Petersburg Catholic High School and tor of nurses, told of the National
daughter, Vicky Lynn
cis Di Vito of West Palm Beach, son of graduated from Springhill College Hospital Week to be held May 9-15. Durrance Larry and Mrs.Raymond Frank Durrance.Moody Gary Osborn, Mrs Gary Osborn, Frank A large crowd of local and out-of-

Mr. and Mrs. John Di Vito of Largo. with a degree in Business Administration Mrs. Martha Epps, assistant director Not shown: Mrs. Doug Mains. town guests were present including
He is currently employed by of nurses, explained some duties the many of Bradford County officials.
I' Miss Turner is a graduate of Brad- Farm Credit Service.A hospital is planning for Auxiliary Two delicious meals were provided ,
ford High School and also from the July 3 wedding is planned in the members to help with at the hospitalin "Old Fashioned Singing" At by the members of the local con-
s. University of Florida with a deizree in First Methodist Church, Starke. the near future. gregation and were followed by an
r The new slate of officers was Pine Level ChurchA uplifting afternoon of gospel music
f. presented by Mrs. Parks. Baptist with The Singing Reps and 'local

Moose Lodge To r musical entitled/ "The Old for all day services of preachin, talent.
> Hold InstallationThe .i X f' Fashioned Singing")wiU be presentedby singing and "dinner on the grounds.?' Evening worship was conducted by

Women of the Moose held their the Pine Level S ngers on Sunday, The program will be presented with Rev. Robert J. Hart state overseer,
annual Easter dinner on Sunday Y April 18 at 7 p.m. at Pine Level Bap- scenery and full costume and will which ended a wonderful day of wor-
feature from the "brush
gospel songs ship.
i, tist Church.
the Hall which
April 11 at Lodge was
arbor" days. The church extends sincere
decorated in the Easter theme. The setting goes hack to around the many
I II turn of the century'', when Christians Pine Level Baptist Church is thanks to the community who par-
I On April 9 the lodge held-their would meet under .a "brush arbor" located '3 miles west of Starke on ticipated in making this 50th anniver.
Easter dance for members and guests Highway 100. Everyone Is invited to sary celebration a glorious success.

with stuffed door rabbit.prizes and a drawing for a First Methodist! attend. Rev. Walter F Montz is the pastor.

On Wednesday, April 21 the lodge Church News|i -
will hold the installation of new of-
ficers with the Women of the Moose All women of the Church are invitedto
Lodge serving dinner at 6 p.m.; in- a tea given in honor of Karen
Smith bride-elect :of Rev. Warren
stallation at 7:30: p.m.
New Lodge officers are: governor, Langer, Friday evening, April 16, at
Carl Eiland; Junior governor, 7:30: p.m. in the fellowship hall.
Freeman Reed; prelate, Frank Senior M.Y.F will be meeting this
Bowen; treasurer Morris Perry; Sunday evening in the fellowship hall T-; ;:.1_C
secretary, Gust Kallos; one year at 6 p.m. :s: '

__ trustee, Benny Connors, two year
trustee, Jimmy Epps, three year BIRTHSJanice a

t trustee, Dan Davis. ,

Lauren\ TilleyMr.

Did You Know........... and Mrs. Steven Tilley of 1
Ha je PadgettRaye I Orange: Park announce the birth of a
c daughter, Janice Lauren, born April
: in Riverside She joins a
]10 Hospital.
Padgett Mrs. Ron Kelly and children of 4 L
I brother Michael 2.
: agp
in Tampa visited her mother, Mrs. Jack
Competing Dr. and
Trawick last week. Maternal grandparents are
Pageant April 18 .j J Mrs. T.G. Ritch of Jacksonville and SPECIAL
Catherine Raye Padgett, age 4, thedaughter Jack McComb is in North Florida .. I Brown maternal of Starke.great-grandfather. Hamburger < & &
of Greg and Julie Padgett of attack.Regional Hospital following a heart 1b4 \ : Paternal grandparents are Mr. and "* _i
Lawtey, will be competing in the o> Mrs. W.E. Tilley and paternal great- French Fries
North Florida Hemisphere Pageanton '\) Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
grandparents are "
Mr. and Mrs. W.H.Green and fami- 12 Coke
18 Gainesville.She 11\. I oz.
Sunday, April in bie Shaller, all of Starke. I
is bring sponsored by the Florida ly of Tallahassee are visiting Mrs. ,r .
Bank of Starke. Lex Green this week. .. April Nicole Barnes 1 V 9 tax .
On Feb. 27 Ra>e competed in the Wendell Barnes and Michelle Smith plus -.
1982 Dream Girl Pageant. She placed Mrs. G.J. McGriff spent the l--.J 1- 1" I Barnes of Rome, 3a.. announce the
second runner-up out of 26 little girls weekend with Mr. and Mrs. McGriff, ... J. ., {" birth of a daughter, April Nicole, born
Ii in the Tiny Dream Girl division..She Jr. and family in Gainesville. \pril6ln Rome, Ga. -. l7Jfjlllll ;''fl..f1.. VGJ. '
I. I also won the Talent competition Cecil Franklin.. ", .Paternal grandparents: are Joyce Ioaaacr ,
,' "Mrs?Jimmy Hobbs and,children of**1| '. 4oA '''' .
J which consisted of over 12 children of : Barnefi'of'RonIe, Ga. and Edward"Barhe
all ages. Crystal River spent Sunday and Mon- Ce ,ll. M." Franklin,,; > .;. *ofTrion'', Ga. Maternal grandparents "
Raye is the granddaughter of day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. At Retirement are Gail Martin of Marietta ?
Harley L. (Johnny) and Betty flaxen, Albert Williams and !Mr. and Mrs. Party and Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith, Jr.
Deer Springs Lake, Keystone and J.C. Hobbs. Employees of the Community Statq ]Maternal l great-grandparents are Mr. 1212: .n. Temple Ave., Starke. Florida 964-8667flWestern
Everett and Mary Padgett, Starke; Bank hosted a small dinner retired I and Mrs. Shi Smith. Sr. of Starke.
and great-grandmother of O.J Mr. and Mrs. Richard McEvoy of ment party for Cecil M. Franklin Frit I
(Ossie) and Evelyn) Norman of Atlanta were Sunday overnight day evening. Franklin, cashier at the
Lawtey. guests of Mr. and Mrs. George bank, is retiring April 15 after four
Copeland.Mr. years with the Starke bank.

Did You Know........... Franklin, of Keystone Heights, wasa Auto of Starke's
and Mrs. Gene Ivey and sons of Special Agent for the Federal
Misses Kay and Claire Turner and New Orleans were last Friday to Bureau of Investigation for 20 years.
Bob Johnson of Jacksonville and Tuesday guests of her parents, Mr. After his retirement from the '
Brant Turner and Miss Karen Bur- and Mrs. J.E. Hardy. Jacksonville FBI office he was :
chette of Gainesville were weekend employed with the Bank of Green' 2Dth Rnniver5arykI.ILCelebration
visitors of their mother, Mrs. Janet Mrs. Frank Mitchell of Starke and Cove Springs and the Ormond Beach .
Turner daughter, Mrs. James Hardee and Bank before coming to the Community -
son, Chris of Leesburg visited Mrs. Bank. ;,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and Mitchell's mother Mrs. Nell Rogersin Family and friends were invited to .
daughter of Jacksonville Beach spent Thomson, Ga. over the weekend. the dinner which was held at the
the weekend w" ith their parents, Mr. bank. Franklin said he plans to
I and Mrs. Houston McClane.Mr. Mike King of Leesburg spent the "rest" now that he is retiring. i
weekend with his mother, Mrs. Gloria _
; '
and Mrs. O,L, Jordan and Mr King. ,;;; P e' Glidden's BEST Exterior Oil Staii i '
Northside ,
and Mrs J.W. Jordan of Shreveport, Mrs. BaptistsTo ,
La. were, to 6 of Mr. and Harold McKinley was in Burlington Both solid and
Afrill guests N.J. the last week in March Have Dedication \ e semi-transparent _{
Mrs. J
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Bradford I Invitational Is Bju- Time Again ,Bradford High Invitational

Track & Field Meet Records

More Schools, More Stars Expected for :Friday's Meet and Records Could Crumble Event Name s Records RtcordYear

Monticello plus-a sprinkling of If the sunshine beats the rain to Fri- with he and Forest's K. Williams '
The biggest, best and most likely power Shot Put: Green (Ocala Forest) Si-S'/z (1972)
fastest Bradford Invitational track the best teams north Florida has to of- day's meet, which starts at 2:30 p.m. ((45-5)) pushing one another the meet .
meet held here In years will come off fer, the performances promise to be with field event preliminaries and record of 43-2'% is almost sure to go. Discus: Pendley (G. Eastside) J60-10 ((1972)

this Friday, April 16 at the BHS track outstanding. continues with finals starting at 5:00, The shot put meet record of 51-3ft Long Jump: Clark (North Marion) . 22-3 ((1974)

starting at 2:30: p.m. with the field In the team points race Palatka, then many meet records should be in could be wiped out if either Scott High Jump: Hill (Buchholz) . . . 6-6 ((1978)

event preliminaries. Live Oak-Suwannee, Monticello, and danger. Armstrong of Ocala Forest or Martin Pole Vault: Brown (Palatka South) 13-0 (1972)
The ,big' is in term of numbers14 Lrc and Bishop Kenny of Jacksonville The meet records chart (see below) Abell of Titusville get anywhere near Murray (Palatka S.) 43-2% ((19.3);
the side. Titusville much tells the history of the their Triple Jump:
schools were expected to show their are strong on boys pretty respective bests of 55-0 and 542.
colors as of Wednesday morning and should have things pretty much its Bradford Invitational, which was first Fooball star James Massey of Mon 440 Relay: Palatka South . . 43.6 ((1970)

more may be coming. The 'best' own way in the girls division but run in 1968. Most of the marks in the ticello ((2,000 yards rushing as a Gainesville Eastside. . 43.6 ((1975))

should be in terms of both that quantity Bradford's Lady Tornadoes and boys division were set in the early junior) can also fire the ball 50-feet. 120 Hurdles: Rackley (Jax. Bolles) . 14.3 ((1970)

and c uality. The quality is where Palatka are among the darkhorses.All 70's, when under the scope of Loper In the sprints Reggie Ford of Live Smith (Eastside) . . 14.3 ((1978)
the 'fast comes in With both 3A state this is weather permitting of the Invitational was an importantstop Oak-Suwannee, a baseball player who
champions from last year the course. BUS track coach George for area track teams and the switched to track in mid-season and' 100: Wilson (St. Augustine) . 9.7 ((1979)

Palatka boys and the Titusville High Loper admits he's "praying for no times were classy. In the last few has already gotten to 9.6 in the 100 and Mile: Dennegal (Palatka S.) 4:28.2: (1973))

girls in the running along with 2A rain." years the list of teams attending the 22.3 in the 220, is one of the favorites. 440: FullwoodPalatka( South) .50.2 (1975)

meet has dwindled and so has their But Palatka's Miami-bound football 880: Gibson (Palatka South) 1:58.5: ((1970)

impact on the record book. Girls running back Darryl Oliver can run 220 (G. Eastside) 22.3 ((1978))
events added to the meet in :
were 1977. 9.8 and
Titusville junior Johnny Ross
BHS Girls Keep Up With Best has run 9.9 and 22.3. 2 Mile: Golden (Palatka South) 9:32.8: (1972)

Now Loper, back for his first year Among the premier gists Mile Relay: Bradford. .. . . . 3:28.2: ((1972)
of BHS track after a decade away, is on
I dusting off the Invitational and bring- hand will be Titusville standouts Mar- 330 Hurdles : Perry (Buchholz) . . 40.4 (1981))

In 'Woman's Classic9 III Meet ing it back to the fore.A tha Chapman and Janet McCrary. Medley Relay: Eastside. . . . 3:43.8: ((1978))
new twist to the meet is a rule Chapman has recorded a 14.5 110

limiting schools' to one entry per hurdles, a 46.5 330 hurdles, long

A half dozen Lady Tornadoes and both the 100 and 30O meter hurdle avent. Each coach must choose just jumped 17-7V4, and high jumped 5-0. Girls Records

Coaches George Loper: and Buddy events. In the ffany Griffis .one person for the boys 100 yard dash Her Terrier teamate McCrary has Event Name Record Year
Revels traveled to Bishop Kenny for was fourth in a persona best 17.0 and for instance. Loper says that will in- run 11.2 and 25.5 in the sprints and

the Jacksonville Women's Classic III Alesia Sheffield was fifth in 17.1 whilein crease the chances for top efforts, thrown the shot 39-8 and discus 1273.
Shot Put: Jackson (G. Eastside) 36-11 ((1981))
track meet Tuesday night and they the 330's Griffis ran 51.0 for third, since the best athletes will be able to
came back a happy bunch. Sheffield was fourth in 52.5, and concentrate on their specialties. THE ENTRY LIST: Discus: Puttman (Bradford) . 118-6 (1980))

Karen Kimutis was sixth in 53.5. Grif The best athletes for this meet Bradford(as of Wed noon) Long Jump: Wright (Ocala Forest) 17-4% ((1979))

The girls sported meet T-shirts and fis' 51.0 time puts her name in the should include some of the best in Titusville Ocala, Ocala Forest Vanguard, High Jump: Dunlap (Buchholz) . 5-2 ((1978)
trophies along with their smiles Bradford record books as that time Florida. Suwannee, Palatka, Bishop, Kenny., Woody (Bradford) . . 5-2 ((1980)
because, despite the fact that the compares favorably with the 51.2 run Defending 3A state high jump
Jasper, Lee, Santa Fe 100: (Interlachen) . 11.3 (1981)Griffith
Middleburg Taylor
meet was dominated (as expected) by by Dawn Cernyer run over 330 yards champ Mike Rosamilia of Titusville,is ? '
4A powerhouses Ribault and Orange last year. a prime example. He's gone over 6 Gainesville Eastside, Keystone. Mile: (Bradford) . 5:27.5: ((1978)

Park, Bradford had some fine Quarter miler Louette Smith was feet, 6 inches this year after winning MEETSCIIEDULE 440 Relay: Ocala Vanguard . . 50.2 (1981)

moments. fourth in the 400 meters with a 1982 state at 6-8V" in 1981. But even a state 3-30 p m.- prelim's for aUlleld events. 440: Wright (Ocala Forest) 58.7 ((1979)

Sophomore sprinter Pam Hawkinswas personal best of 59.3. Ribault's Jacobs champ won't have things easy here. 3:00-: prelim's for all running and hurdling 330 Hurdles: Stafford (O. Vanguard) 46.6 ((1981))
2nd in the 200 meters with a 24.9 smoked a 55.9 lap to win that run. '9th-grader Harris of Vanguard has events.
clocking that is a new school record In other events Sheffield threw the jumped 6-7 and Monticello's Bobby FINALS 880: Rex (Gainesville HS) 2:25.0: ((1978)

for the half-lap. She also recorded a discus 83-6 but failed to place and Parrish brings 6-6 credentials. The 5:30-: high hurdles girls; S:50-then:!( boys 100 yard dash; 8:00- Medley Relay: Ocala Forest. . . 4:35.1: ((1980))

school mark in placing third in the,100 freshman Linda DeWitt, who wasn't meet record stands at 66. mile run; 6.:11-440 relay. 220: Wright (Ocala Forest) . 25.5 ((1979) f
meters at 12.2. Ribault's Young won at full strength ran 5:31.4: in 6:30440: yard run; 1:45-: 330 yard hurdles; 7:00-:
running ,
Palatka triple jumper Gary Mile
2 : Dolder Gainesville
800 yard run; 7:20-: mile medley relay, ( ) 10:51.0: ((1981)) I
both events at 24.7 and 11.9. the 1,500 and 1259.3: in the 3,000 Gillyard has a best of 48-2% and could 7:50-:: Z20 yard dash; 8:00-2: mile run; 8:40-: mile/ Mile
Bradford's hurdle depth showed in without placing. obliterate the standing meet mark of relay. Relay: Bradford . . . 4:10.4: ((1981) I

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wins over Gainesville at Santa Fe. Buchholz beat former seeded teams won't have to play' a he his Bradford's ace, with a career BI3FmRrl aNll L01&wt '
Eastside and Baker County earlier leader Santa Fe 4-3 Tuesday night so first round game in the tourney, and record of 19-9 at BHS. _.._.. w "if.Il JM r I I
this week the Tornado baseball team both those teams have 5-4 District will need just 2 wins to nail down the "Scott should be ready to pitch, he Ijrl stx7" y f 1* ERa *tlf Mi I iBfleT glEf

not 'only snapped a 4-game losing marks. Gainesville High School tourney title, while it will take 3 was throwing good today," Hartley fi ,
streak but vaulted itself back into the finished 5-5 in the league and Live straight victories for any of the. 4 said :Tuesday night. '"
District 5-AAA lead in the race for a Oak is 3.5.What unseeded teams to be champs.: ,

." first or second District seeding: it all means, and: what Tor-,. Hartley said Scott Hudson will pitch' BUS IS -Baker CO.3
.TheTornadoes. ; : beat Easlside.4-3 nado Coach MikeHartleycxplainedto ) Thursday at Live Oak with senior ace-oo''' ; ,
'&' Monday night to go to 5-3 in the his players after a 13-3 win over Scott Allen getting the call in the: The Tornadoes l 'cracked 9 hits and'got

district with 2 road games left Baker Tuesday, is that BHS still mustat critical game at Santa Fe Friday. help from some sloppy Baker (

Thursday night, April 17, at Live Oak- least beat Santa Fe to clinch either Allen has only 5 decisions this year (3 County fielding to record the easy win

Suwannee and Friday night, April 18. the first or second seed. The two tort wins,losses. ) due to leg problems but Tuesday night in Starke.
Allen, who had the game-winning

hit against Eastside Monday night,
I Legal Notices "tJ '$- did it again Tuesday,ending the game
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NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida. unto your Honorable thence run Easterly Parado from third to close the game
REGISTER FICTITIOUS os the property of the Body that It it necessaryand along said Southerly out by the 10-run rule. The end came bxra x.h .
NAME above-named Defendant expedient that the 1 right of way line, 250.00 with one out in the bottom of the fifth
Pursuant to S.ctlon and that on the county roads which or.1 feet to the Point of Andy Chaff led BHS hitters with a :er .e R r nwbo L ti JAS IA

865.09. Florida Statutes, 26th day of April. 1982. unused are not deeded Beginning. 3-for-3 night, a triple, and 3 runs /

notice Is h.r.by given Monday at one o'clock to the county and have WHEREFORE, undersigned ;! scored and Mike Waters was 2-2 witha / t ; ,
the been maintained triple and 4 RBI's. Waters poked a
that the undersigned SS said;' day on never prays that your a
Joan M. Callan and .. of the BradfordBounty the legal descriptions of Honorable Body will towering single to deep right-center S C' ,11 r''t' tM
Virginia M. Struth Box Sheriff Office,, I which ore attached after giving notice for 2 of his runs batted in. Parado hit 1

205 Hampton, Fla.. P.O. will off.r for sale and together with the plat thereof and holding a the ball as hard as Chaff and Waters ,g.
Box 225 Starke, Fla. sole sell to the highest bidder showing their locationbe public hearing on this but got just 1 hit, a double, to show for

or joint owners, doing for cash in hand, the closed: matter as required bylaw it. He twice lined out.continued ,

business und.r the firm obov.-d.scribed prop.r- Description: Portionsof make an order closing on 12A. 7 'ary M r r't
I name of Mntcot ty, as the property of the Jackson Street. That and abandoning pg. r N1 a,

Novelties, Grahu-n Fla. said D.f.ndant to satisfy portion of Jackson Streetas these unused county (
Intends to reg.kter said said Execution. shown on a plat of roads hereinbefore
fictitious name und.r the DOLPH E. REDDISH, "LAKESIDE" a subdlvl- described and declaringthe l ; ,Jlr Wl w t t: rIi lu4Y ,

aforesaid statute. SHERIFF OF BRADFORD sion as recorded in Plat same to b.no longer' Floriland
:91 Realty
Dated this 8th day of COUNTY. FLORIDA Book 2, page 24 of the public property, :

April 1982 in Bradford. _4/1 4tchg 4/22: public records of Brad- delineating any right qr .. Phone 964-7700 .l'('
4/8 4tpd 4/29 -NOTICE- OF INTENTIONTO ford County, Florida; being interest of the county or u.
393 N. Temple Avenue Starke Fl.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO REGISTER FICTITIOUS described as follows: public to said propertyand ,
Commence at the Northeast thereafter providingfor
corner of Block 3 the of ..aldprop.rty
NAME Pursuant to Section coveyance TALK TO A REALTOR I
of Government Lot 2 of hereinbefore
865.09 Florida Statutes Reduced In Price. 4 BR home of with -
Pursuant $o Section out city, 200' on
865.09. Florida Statutes; notice Is h.r.by given 1 said "LAKESIDE" and run described to the abutting 301. Ideally suitable for In-home business. Who's Mimicking Who? : -F
that the Southerly along the East property owners In the Acreage. 57 ac. farm. 3 BR ham., extra small ,
notice Is h.r.by given undersigned line of said Block 3 cottage Tornado first baseman Andy Chaff and a Gainesville High basorunner<< << take
that the Martin W. Gaits P.O. a manner provided by law. plus 2 outside bldgs. Some financing. Fenced, good grade -" j '
undersigned distance of 520.00 feet the same stance to get ready for.$ pltphr z ; a.; :
to ;
Anno Jean Alvarei. 1650S. Box 1111 Starke, Florida, All of which Is respectfully road off paved road, only to this farm. Very picturesque R.4 n s B ,

Walnut St.. Stark., sole or |joint owners, doing the North right of way submitted by AllenL. area
Fla. 32091 sole onwer, business under the' line of Jackson Street Richardson and Jerrle' 15 Acres Good financing, large oak trees, apprax. 2
business under the firm name of DouglasBott.ry and the Point of BeginnIng L. Richardson, his wife, miles from Starke. Bradford-Union News
doing thence contlnu.South.rly S Acres with assumable 10'/ % Has
; petitioners, on this 1st mortg at partial
of Starke. 407 N.
firm name of Zabowts said East built barn Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Announce
along of March. 1982.
Fashions 1650 S. Walnut T.mpl. Av., Starke, day
| line 60 feet to the South By Allen L. RichardsonBy 3 Acres No Improvements. Private Property Weekend Contest
Street, Starke. Florida to' right of way line of said Jerrie L. Richardson1tchg415 2 Acres with 3 BR block home to a qualified buyer, good 24
32091 Intends to register 'register said fictitious Jackson Street; thence financing. A.prIl18. ,

sold fictitious name name under the' run Westerly along said *. Double Wide custom built home, lot site 1Wx125'l
under the aforesaid aforesaid statute. South right of way line, Room to expand and grow garden 1 Ac with 3 BR The Bradford Union Board of Realtors will hold t5. annual Private Property Week Contest '

statute. ., Dated this 18 day of 250.00 feet; thence run NOTICE ham., large garage. and storage area, April 18 24.
Dated this 8th day of March 1982 In Starke. Northerly parallel with RONALD E. NEWMAN. Evenings Please Cell The contest will consist of two categories, residential and commercial In two divisions.
April 1982 in Bradford 3/25 4tchg 4/15' Vernle Odom, Broker Bradford County and Union County.The .
said East line 60 feet to SR. has made applicationto
County, Fla. the Northerly right of the Stark. Zoning and GRI, Phone 4-5476.. Board sponsors the contest to remind citizens that the right to own, transfer and
4/8 4tchg 4/29 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO way line of Jackson Planning Board for 1.8. Kelly,Associate use land Is fundamental to the free enterprise system and the only way to keep the essential .

REGISTER FICTITIOUS Street thence runEa.t.rly reclassification of theproperty private property rights Is to protect them.
IN THE COUNTY COURT NAME ; along said Nor. described ssB.BSra-s To be eligible to enter the contest one must have Improved property sometime between

OF BRADFORD COUNTY Pursuant to Section th.rly right of way below from RIA to R-2A May 1. 1981 to April 24, 1982. The r.sld.nllal.ntrl.. may consist of homes or apartments

Case No. 81-446-CC 865.09 Florida Statutes, 250.00 feet to the Point 13.5 acres located off Interior and exterior. Commercial includes Interior or exterior improvements
BOB GORDON, d/b/a notice ,Is h.r.by given of Weldon Street (Rd. 229)) FRULKNEFlRERLTY The winners of this contest will receive gifts from merchants in Bradford and Uniocounties. ,
Beginning. '
; _., GORDON AIR CONDI- that the undersigned, : Portionsof and 300 feet off Raiford ,, : : .. .
TIONING Plaintiff vs. Joe Bula. 322 S. WalnutSt. Description Can Street. That Road (Hwy 16)) In Section All entires must be presented with a before and after photograph of any sire black One

AFFORDABLE HOMES OF .. Starke, Florida sole avo of Canova Streetas 20, 'Township 6 South whit., or color bearing entrants name, address and phone number on the bock of thE

t FLORIDA INC., Defendant or joint owners, doing portion shown an a plot of Rang. :22 East, out of photo. Deadline to enter I I. April 24, 1982.

d NOTICE OF .business und.r the firm LAKESIDE a subdivision parcel 2345, for mutli- SSI-BOGS it {,an All entries become the property. of Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Inc. and nc
SHERIFF'S SALENOTICE will be returned.No .
1f' name of Stark. Power photographs
recorded In Plat family, apartments.This ,
I as
IS HEREBY j Fqulomant Intends tor.gist.r Book 2, page 24 of the change In elassif-, Eat tO Realtor or Realtor Associate or their Immediate. family, may enter.
GIVEN that I, Dolph E.
said fictitious" public records of Brad cation is subject to a
Reddish, Sheriff of Brad 221 St.Across from Wishbone .
name under the be heldon Lafayette _
ford County, Florida; be- public hearing to Name -, -----
ford County Florida, OFFICI HOURSi
aforesaid statute.
ing described at follows: Thursday April
und.r and by vlrture of a Dated this :22 day of the Monday. .I 12
Begin at the Northeast 1982 at 7:30 p.m. in Friday Saturday neon .,
v Writ of Execution
March, 1982 In stork. the
corner of Block' 3 of Council Room In .
heretofore Issued of Address .
out 3/254tchg 4/15 Government Lot 2 of said Starke City Hall on SEVERAL Building lots, different location In City. T --y
the obov.-.ntitlad "LAKESIDE" and run Northerly Thompson Street: ALMOST COMPLETED 1100 sq. ft. home, (sell as Is) has 3
Court, In the above- PETITION FOR CLOSING
along a Northerly Starke, Florida. At this acres of land priced at S57.SOO.
styled cause, have levied AND ABANDONMENT prolongation of the East time oil percent Interested NOW IS THE TIMI to look at Lake Lets, we have some phone ..-_Pn .0orY_ v (.CCommerclal) (R) ResldentiaLocation
upon the following property OF AN UNUSED COUNTY shall be heard DOUBLEWIDI extras, ''''.- r.'
line of said Block 3 a an t'A ocr. with many porches :
situate, lying and' ROADS IN SECTION' 22, distance of 60.00 feet to for or against the proposal fish pond, fencing, furnishings, etc. :,.
being Bradford County
the North right of way at specified in the WC HAVE acreage from 1 acre up to 130 acres.. ':
Florida, to-wit: 22 EAST TO THE of the TWO NEW In Starke In 30'.. ; i
Code home
line of Conovo Street; Zoning City LISTINGS C/B of Prop.rty ,1. __
Lot One ((1)) South 56 HONORABLE BOARD OF thence run Westerly of Stark., F'orlrlo. SIE THIS LOVELY 7 acre trod on Hwy 301 with septic a 4 ,., ,
I, f..t of Lot Two ((2)) of the COUNTY COMMIS- Chairman lectrlc. I.
along said North right of Walter WestcoM.\ REDUCIOI
to the Town of COUNTY.. FLORIDA. way liner 2SO.OO feet; Starke House end Apartments Per Went Division (In.rlor/.lCt.rior, ) _
thence ManegemenServices .
Starke, Florida os per W., Allen L. Richardson run South.rlypoall.1 Soard1tchg4l5 Property \' 1 ,
with sold East planning AppratoeU. >. \ II. imp. "
map or plat th.r.of and Jerrle L. line 60.00 feet to the Susen Fevlkna-RIALTOR-.....$OeS Moll Entry To: .> /)':/", ':t.1'i.; ;.
recorded In Deed look F, Richardson, his wife. 737 S.'Walnut St. '"' !t. ,'", '' '
Southerly right of way Irene L. ,...Ik_.BIALTOR-ASSOCIATB'f44
"7, records'of freeholders would I
: pege public '
Starke. FLa. 32O9I
Bradford line of Conovo Street; Lucille S OT-BROKER IAlllMA..NA-aAH !
County, respectfully represent


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April 15. IIK! : TKI.KOItAIMI; l'u"t'II'\

ISaints I r City Teams Get Start

Circle fd,, ;,rsrl l ., .
The Bases... II

Dazzler shortstop Dawn Overman In Pre
center, had trouble finding the ball : ornaments
(file to her left) on this play and the YL
Saints Darlene Evans left used the i
vppurtunity to take third base in a Starke league Softball teams got a Wheeler, and Randall Thomas all
preseason tourney game Tuesday jump on the season this week with went 2-for-3 for Express,with Bennett
night. At third is the Haulers Libby preseason warmup tournaments being legging out a triple and Wheeler. and
lIutchlnson.I played all over town.Here's Matt Hull rapping doubles. _
a rundown of what happened John Jameson and Bob Smitfe were
early In the week- 2-for-3 for Keystone with Raymond

I Men's LeagueIn Farris adding a double. E. Normanwas

the tourney openers for theMen's 2-3 for Olin's.
teams Monday night the Ex. In Tuesday night action Keystone
press blanked Lawtey's Wildcats 9-0 stunned 301 Quick Stop 8-7 when Scott
w'!' on 2 hits and Keystone Merchants nip- Harvin singled Bob Smith home from
N I ped Olin's Mobile Homes 43. second in the bottom of the ninth Inn-
Joey Bennett, Doug Mains Donald ing. Smith who was 3-for-5 with 3
runs had scored to tie the came 6-8 in
the bottom of the seventh and send it
into extra innings/

AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE You're Going to Like Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer! John with James Larry was also Turknett 3-5 for the Harvin.winners -

Steve Thomas Andy Phelps antiDean

Twice.PilnH ... Get an extra set of prints with Powers adding 2 hits apiece.
!' every roll ol color or black and while print dim developed Terry Stratton was 5-5 with 2
and printed. TODAY AND EVERYDAY. homers and a triple but nobody was
ti Twice me Film ? Get two rolls of print film for the aboard for either of his fourbaggers.Tom .
C.- priceof one Kodacolor black and white when you Paladino also hit one out of Ed-
have your film processed at Eckero TODAY AND wards Rd. Field and had a double
EVERYDAY. 4 while Gene Tanner was 3-5

r'r r Twice ltie Guarontee .. Buy only the prints you 4 s Also, the Country Boys reached the
want. No hassle-even if" the goof was 'In the picture' semifinals with a 6-4 victory over the
11. taking, Ilonkies as Terry Gaines went 4-4
; with a double to spark the winners.
Lloyd Gilpin and Donnie and Tommyall
Mf///// /M went 2.4 for with D.
,BI"/ .W8 I Jff -- Hartley David Country Thfgpen Boys, Ralph

Mitzel and T. Wise having doubles.J. .
IUI II Ia/ Dormidy was 2-2 for the Honkics
7N. and D. Evans and Roy Hart also had:2
I IN duffles hits.

/ Women's LeagueIn

Women's play Lawtey's Cubbettes -

Kordite the Rowdies Norman's Farm,
and Lawtey Rebels were winners
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Monday and Tuesday night to move
into the Wednesday, April 14,
POTATO CUSPS semifinals at Pratt St.
r0.0lYq BAGS The Cubbettes bombarded Starke
...-, LIOY/0 Uniform 42-2, clouting 6 homers out of
r"w 1
.-- 'tlUllle$ t Pratt St. park, including some
--r- tremendous shots. Lillie Mack smashed -
RAVE 2 homers and a double Brenda
Mack cracked a homer and 3 doubles
HAIR SPRAY ECKERDASPIRIN Narrell Williams had a homer triple

RIGHT GUARDDEODORANT Aerosol. Soft hair spray. LAYS KORDITE Sheila homered and doubled. Also,
3 types. Limit 1 TABLETSBOTTLE DETERGENT TRASH BAGS Janet Williams ripped a triple, and
ECKEno's POTATO CHIPSYOUR Antoinette Bright Mary Strong
SALE PRICE ........... ..1 M
I.OUNCII 09 22-OUNCE W& 09 38-QAL. Clara Johnson and Brenda Butler
..1. 1 LESS MAIL-IN MFR.'S RIBATE"1; ea 39C ouNCe CHOICE 83 e seta HPrtr BOX OF 40 2 I had doubles. Bonnie Brown was a

/ Priced ......... Of 100'Forfever Reg. 1.29 .. dGentle - Req. 4.49 ... perfect 6-for-6 and Debra Bright 33.
Aerosol. Spray deodorant. AFTER FINAL COST 49'<'<1 & headaches. with detergent. Price reflects Plastic; hays wIth twtet letl. Natalie DeVoe was 2-2 with a doubleto
; Bronze. Limit 1 REBATE .,........ Limit 1 Great dips. Limit 2 13 off label. Limit 1 Omit 2 J lead Starke Uniform.
r The Rowdies whipped the Starket-
.,. W Wi'. m' Wi'#.? .r 1' $ &// $ /#/#/#/////#/ /# iW' '.'/? # $? W '&W'Y rW' $ .a.w .t' W! 'l &l ..JI.'PH1.t6Y ',@ >>Z' tes 28-5. Penny Hannah was 5-5.with 2
ff ,$ff g.I "ffi'4 $ #$ #.fW ff fff f doubles to lead the winners. Also,Gin-

r PERSONAL COVER GIRL Irp OREO M & M/MARS 1 ny Kilby was 3-3. Geneva Hodges 3-6
:r. TOUCH MAKEUPMATES COOKIES CANDY i-; with a double Debbie Banister 3-4.
:::. ? K-OUNCE BARS i' < I Gail 2-2 and Michelle Starling 1-1.
TN wIC1AL M S.rnr -
nwNN/I'xN h Regular t B9H49 I II
Pk. of 8. Limit 1 Ill 3.00 Value/ Kathy Morrow was 2-3 for the

..efls.r ..2s9.n. II 139 509 PACKrt \ l Starkettes girls team.In .
. ..w..NAn1. / Make-up .r..r. 1 ; Tuesday action Norman's Farm
4 A pow 69 .---......- brushes & if**?'? I Chocolate cook sandwich (** 'I! (;. j Snickers, Mukp,. ""Q' ...'.LI''''f ,.. -I; edged'the Dazzlers 5-3, scoring all its
r..n 1 plicafors. CTmil I T Llmm3>'r:1 V .. ateers. 3 M* ;, rN TNn,,ronli' .w./ 1. ,.-*.runs in.tte.Sih:hIDing.a D the,lIebels
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ASSORTED .'. Limit; fc ,. I..J. f\ r. ... ? I. 11. came from behind 9-0 to top the SMnts

EFFERDENT HV-L' j I LESCRON f JUMBO ". Lorna Leasure 2-2 for Norman's
SPONGES.BOOKS I J and Gail Lee, Linda Cubbedge
BOTTLE BOTTLE! Of 130 !I R.gul.st. -:.': V.lu..lo14U ( : t'Jl I and Shiela Forsyth each added 2 hits
249 C1Z 3 H 00 : : 40" CEILING FAN with a double apiece..
cleanI 339 FORI ; : :' 99' I, gll B.J. was 3-3 and Jeanna Thompson
denture Extra Multi-vitamins 4 Cellulose. Assorted \'.':.31'' -, Assorted fiction I Model #5161 2-2 for the Dazzlers. Debbie was 2-3
& minerals. colors & non-fiction Regular. 79.99 5999 and Tracy doubled.In .
ser. Limit 1 books : I Save 20.00White ............. .. .. the Rebels comeback win third
IIIEN; EADY' I ceiling fan. Quiet motor baseman Libby Hutchinson went 3-4
FINESSE PEPSODENT I _" with a triple and 2 doubles and short-
I' i II j VIP PRO GLOBETROTTER .. 3 hits each.Men's .
TOOTHBRUSH : R.gul.r' IES" .I .
7-OUNCE .:=_ BUY ONE OCT ONE a.v. 'o1" Regular I.It HAIR.. DRYER.... ..
y;;; / WITH ICI<1".U'"0' *
.119 ERE. I t1J 99 !-- 11, PACK/ 133 [1-- ] 2 Mgul speeds/3 13.'* heats. Folds. I I the 'A' division Church Church'A'In tourney

Regular or Revul. *!s' 3 Organize J, .1 Heavy duty. For I.:& ICKIKOI lOLl pU O. .. .. ....,9. the Starke Stars and 1st Baptist
.... .
,ExtraBody.Limit .Replace brushes worn Limit 2 I appliances. 11"r cameras calculators I ....L.'YIN"..u,.' ............. -3... reached the finals, which will be
1 x 18" x 38" & more.
played Thursday April 14, at 7:00 at
: I 4 CO.TA.
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ST. JOSEPH'S PARSONS ; INTERMAGNETICCASSETTE ...07..NVIP .. .....699 Edward's Rd. The 'A' winner then
>TRONOLANE ; CHILDREN'SSUPPOSITOAIIIS I TABLES plays the 'B' winner Friday night at
: -
7:30 at Edwards Rd.
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YOUR CHOICE BOTTLE. OF 3. Sf JOSEPH Rflul; 4,.. 90.MINUTIR.9ul.r CURLING BRUSH III The Stars topped 1st Methodist 13-3
... ,
199 I" S-" 44ej I ..'ASPIRI.'.g..T..T"'.' ".........- :Ii"i.lj I FOR 2/700 99dSturdy 1.41 '. _. .. Ii M f
I Brush In body. Dual heats.
ErlrIi winners with 3-for-3 and
plastic. I I a night E.
: cream Reduces
t181 1-oz Premium I ICKIMD't fALC \"
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: 10 fast. Safety lock Choice of .rnici... "" rMAIk'IN Crews_was 2-3 with a pair of doubles.
._ Limit 1 cap. Llmt.f") blank recording Ir I., H.a.ATI ............. -2''" Ricky Johns was 2-4 to lead 1st

/h'/H//h'PdW ."''................'N.'H..H.'HH'rY _.....'''.""" ,HHmHHHHH. H"'HH'H.<'NH'HT'mHmHTHH"'r.mmm"'HN'HH'H'H'"H''mHH'- A ANIw on." '',.Oaer'.. .........?599 Methodist.Also Monday Kingsley Lake edged
Calvary Baptist 3-2 with Leroy Ennis
24" ROUND. I scoring the deciding run in the bottomof
BRAZIER F .. 1'1/s" x 50'GARDEN '- 21-INCH GRAN PRIX MULTI-BAND the fifth. Roger Bennett had a
2-run inside the park homer for the
B-B-Q GRILL HOSE REAR BAGGERa.w.1.1115..1288 III Winners
.soi m gg LAWN R*,.39..* 1999 t I Michael Ames was 2-4 to lead
.::2.00 ...... s... *..OOACDC. ...... a i f lI Calvary.Tuesday. ,
) 24-hr. weather A
Enamel fire bowl.' ufable.2-ply vinyl. MOWER _
b, eo yr I TV channels 213. lit Baptist stopped
Tripod legs: 9rash'fltlings.. RlI1IuJet 27.... Kingsley Lake 11.10 by scoring 3 runs
..... 30.00 I in the bottom of the seventh. Jim

v I "I Lewis was 3-3 with a home run and
PATIO 24999. double and Wilbur Waters was 3-4
REDWOOD LIGHTS 5.99 II/S" X 50' I I CASIO CREDIT CARDCALCULATOR with a homer and triple for the win-

PATIO TABLE GARDEN HOSE 3.S-H.P. Brlggs ners. M.Patray doubled and
"...7." & Stratton LC7SS III n" ", scored the winning run in the seventh.
SlMt.OO .....I ft..r!:uu..dJIJI gine. Easy spin I R 1S.MS.v400 ,...:..... 999 -" For Kingsley Lake Curtis Crawford
9lrfaern 3-4 with double Darren
California redwood Rubber vinyl hose.Nylon w es start. 9 heights. Auto power off 3 memory _rr.... was a Hardee
2-3, Douglas Crawford 2-4 with double
reinforced. keys. With case. Lo .rrrrr a -
,I glats. Aluminum frame I ., and Joel Hodges 2-4. David
Gaines added a double and scored 3

HOSEENDSPRAYERS MELNOR -., .r.M.."} I KODAK EKTRA 300 .OTweu.Raeen T Il CAM.RA times.Men's Church 'B'
BEACH/SAND :. Pine Level Baptist and ,Smyrna
CHAIR -OAL.. SPRINKLER' A" OUTFIT Baptist will off in the
149 square 'B'
.....10." Meg. 1.79 ....... f570 R... I..M L! finals
..... .." 799',; 2799 tourney Thursday night April
9_t.OO ......899 20-GAL Colorful webbing. R'S. 3'4's .; Covers full/part circle: lens. Cover/ Smyrna reached the finals by topp--
Your choice. Easy to, -- handle .lens. ing St. Edwards 15-6
Aluminum frame. Up to 75-ft. diameter protects Monday night.D.
clean plastic. I Griffis was 3-for-4 with a pair of

f' 1- I triples to lead the winners and bothM.
FLEA A TICK GARDEN POLYSHELL VIVITAR AUTOWIND rrl Nlrocas with 2 doubles..J. Griffis added. a tri

_oz. 99 ..... I." 'I M8AW1 to _For SL Edwarda'D. Canon WM 24.
499 : *.,.3.19x. 3699 In the other
Ilq. eau. ...... Prl.. ........, ....2.00 ...... I ... 1300 ...... Level and the Jr.game Stars hooked Monday ,Pine In a
Treats 1.000-sq. N.Premlxed. Rake, Hoe or Shovel. Gives your car a hard Auto film advance. Bull whale of a game with Pineevel up
Limit 2 Metal heads. long-lesting flnl. I in electronic flesh ,
w-... finally coming out on top. 1514. H.
Hollenbock was 3-for-4 with a double
and Lloyd Allen, R.. Alvarez, and R.
Davis all added 2 hits for Pine Level.

You're Going to Like 1 OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY'10 to 7. ,SaleEckrd'SP1armacySeMce. Prices' good thru Sat. Apr. 17th for Both the G.winners.and R. Alvarez had doubles

WE RE ISEBVCTHE! RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES, Barry Warren led the Jr.Stars witha
3101'.3'night and a double while
Clurlt itL / Carlton'Johnson went 3-4 with a tri
Eekerd Ph.rn .clsH...hkjhly-lr ln.d proteMlonal' '*. ar.g0/n9 Bradford Sq. Shopping I. Center ge ple. Robbie Boone Andy Nguyen.
to make tore you are compMely .tl9fl.d. Th.y take continuing( .. k ,_ Donald Thornton and Billy Rchbcrg

actucalloncou.lOmalntalnanup-IO-d8I.knowiedgeold-'OP-m.nt.in drug..They always try to""W money '*"**Senlot ... 831 S.. Walnuf,St., Starke vs4Jj1 all had 2 hits ands, Nguyen had a.dou
CItizen discounts and generic drags wb.Mwertpoittl.. They WIll -. ble.Tuesday '
also save you urn.by n y che klng..ockllo..pthedr\lg.. Charge, I Iff! :- Pine Level eliminated
yew need on hand! Prrbytrrian with an 8-1 victory. II.Iton. .
,. "'- K. Hrnwn.and Lloyd Alien-all
stroked 2 hits, for |the inmn f ..


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Page I2A TTI: >;<;KAIMI April Ji: urns: '.:,

i Softball,, Dixie Youth Split Leaves BHS Girls'

y a! Leagues Go Monday With 10 Wins, 2 Losses:

The Lady Tornado Softball team of insurance runs as Hope Jackson and
The Starke Kee. D'pal.tmenl's Softball and youth baseball leagues get Bradford High saw its game winn- Sherri Nipper delivered RBI singlesin
underway this week, with official play opening Monday night, April 19, at ing streak end with a 5-3 loss against the bottom of the fifth. .
Pratt St., Edward's Rd., and Westside Field in Starke and in Law ley and Keystone Heights Monday but the Bass, Hamm, Brown, Queenie

Brookcr. girls came back to whip Gainesville Berry, and Jackson all had 2 hits in
With teams dropping out of the Dixie Youth and Men's Church leagues .
Eastside 9-3 in a District game Tues- the game' for Bradford and third
recently the league schedules weren't ready at press time but it is known that
day afternoon in Starke. baseman Vonda Kay Hall crunched a'
play in Men's League, Women's League, Men's Church, and both Dixie Youth .
The in the first
split left BIIS with a 10-2 mark, 3-run homer inning.Nipperand
and Dixie Minor opens Monday night. The Dixie Boys will get started' Thurs- a and 9-1 District finish, with just 2 non- Kay Allen had the other Lady..
day, April 22. 74I
X91 Y"4 District road to before the Tornado hits.
The Men's League has 7 teams entered. Defending champ Hayes Electric & District games go :: ..
tourney, which is to be held
Building, unbeaten in !league piny last season, Is not fielding a team this year ; dt April 21-23 at Alachua. BUS Girls so Far
but the Express and 301 Quick Stop have already shown their strength in : ,, Bradford led 3-2 heading into the Buchholz 4 BRADFORD 3,
weekend tournament and the Keystone Merchants, another addition, MT
,. play last! inning against Keystone but the BRADFORD 4 Eastside 3
beat Quick Slop in a preseason tourney (game; Tuesday. Indians tied the and then took BRADFORD 15 Santa Ke 14
f The Men's Church loop has been expanded to have 'A'and 'B' divisions. The'A' game BRADFORD 1 Suwannee 0
the lead 2-run
I includes defending league champ Kingsley Lake Baptist and last on Tracy Calloway's .
group BRADFORD 7 Middleburg 6
single with 2 outs. BUS couldn't
third and fourth place teams. First Methodist and Calvary Baptist, push
years ... in the bottom of the BRADFORD 16 Suwannee 3
across runs
plus It pair of newcomers. The Starke Stars 16.18 year old team, which moves t .... .-. any BRADFORD 14 GIIS 2 .
over from the !Men's League, where it finished second with a 10-8 mark last ., rf .'- _.. .,. .. ..''.., ...of,' seventh Val Hamm and BRADFORD 7 Santa Fe 6 .'.
Kathy Diggs,
season, has joined the league along with First Baptist. .. .. .
.I..J .. BRADFORD 7 Buchholz 4
: ,
-. ; Mashell Brown all had 2 hits in the
In Women's circuit the Domino's no longer field a team after going 18-1 .. :- ;. ..). ."",, ( '? '. losing cause for BHS, and Lorraine BRADFORD 21 GHS .
last year but much of that ballclub now plays for Norman's Farm. A new Keystone 5 BRADFORD 3 ::'
team, the IaIcy\ Cubbcltes,appears very strong,and the Dazzlers, Rowdies, Easy Play for Mashell... Bass BHS scored twice.14 hits in the win BRADFORD 9 Eastside 3 '. '
I and Saints who finished 2-3-4 last year, are back.Preseason Lady Tornado shortstop Maslu-ll Brow n squeezes a line drive fur an out in over Eastside.slapped Bradford was easy on top TOTALS

I Itradfoid's 5-3 girls Koftbull !I to Keystone Monday 7-3 after 4 innings and added 2 morn BRADFORD 107 Opponents 51
Play for 1)i I i\ie Youth

Set Saturday in Starke and Lautey

t All the Dixie Youth Major and :Minor teams in the county will be in action
Saturday in preseason jamborees in Slarke and Lawtey. BHS Boys rrennis Team Sets New School MarkBradford
The Majors will be at Pratt St. in Starke with the schedule as follows:
1)) 9 a.m. Braves versus! Brooker Braves, 2)) 10:43: Lawtey Gold versus
Dodgers, 3)) 12:30: p m Giants versus Mets, 4)) 2:15: Lawtey Blue versus
Giants. High's tennis teams adschool history according to coach number 4 to keep his 10-match winnTina Bowen, Cheri Foster, and Faith
The Minors will be at Lawtey's Cobbie Field and play the following ministered twin 7-0 shutouts over Jerry McGriff. The 1980 team won ing streak alive and the other TorRoberts won in singles for the BUS
schedule Lake Butler's boys and girls squads more matches with an 11-5 mark but nado singles players .- Craig Sapp, girls. Bowen and Roberts won an 8-0
U 9 a.m. I'hillies versus Hrooker, 2)) 10:45: Twins versus Lawtey Rangers, 3)) Monday afternoon to close out an didn't have as good a percentage. Eddie Winkler,Phil Miller,and Shane shutout over Lake Butler's top girls
!12-30 p.m. Indians versus! Lawtey\ Suns, 4) 2:15: Tigers and 1 of the other 5 outstanding overall regular season Johnson all won 82. In doubles doubles team.
teams'I for the Tornad es. Also, the Bradford girls finished 7-5 Miller and Jeff Johnson combined for
he biggest change in Dixie Youth play this year will be the introduction of with the win, which marked their first an easy win while Kevin Johns and Bo Now the netters turn their sights on '
Itrookcr teams to the Starke leagues. For the BIIS boys the win was their winning season since 1979. Harrison toughed out a 9-7 victory at the District tournament,which will be
Brooker Elementary School principal Buddy Paterson spearheaded the seventh in a row, a school record, and number 2.Stacey held Wednesday, April 21, to Saturday
move and children from the south end of the county will now play in all 3 youth also gave them a 10-2 final record and In the boys match Tuesday! Jeff April 24, at various courts in
leagues. the best winning percentage (.833)) in Johnson won by an 8-0 count at Denmark, Carmen Eaves, Gainesville.


more Bradford Baseball
continued from pg. 1.ii noted Hartley. So, Hudson was
brought in to pitch the final 2 innings.

;. Scott Hudson, Allen, and Clayton He limited the Rams to Just 1 more
FEED4 ,: Norman had the other BHS hits with hit and got out of a bases-loaded jam Briefs
Hudson stealing 4 bases to push his himself in the fifth when the Tor-
"' school marks to 27 for a season and 62 nadoes turned a double play going
for a career in that category. Winning from shortstop Fender to Norman at
,'i' pitcher Richie Fender (6-2)( ), who toss- second to Chaff at first.
ed a 4-hitter, and Ricky Sullivan also
: had RBIs. Allen was 2-for-3 to lead BUS hitters All Sports Club
with Parado Hudson Norman,
Meets TuesdayThe
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ipnaWhether 1.i Allen helped make himself the winning hits. Fender and Sullivan both rapped Bradford High School All
i pitcher,Monday night, singling RBI doubles in the fourth inning as Sports Club will hold its regula-
Parado home from third with 2 outs in BIIS scored twice to build a 3-0 lead. general membership meeting Tues-
the bottom of the fifth for trip deciding Chaff had the other RBI in the third. day night, louse 20, at the Western
't' run in a 4-3 Tornado win. Eastside tied the score when Alien Steer Steak .
you use these coupons individually or all at once, you can enjoy four walked in a run and 2 more scored on The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m.
Parado laced a triple to start the inning an error in the top of the fifth. with any members who would like to
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Thursday..April IS, 1982II )

Keystone Freelance Writer "1 Tievei'S Gave up Hope"

National Magazine 1t 'ublislies J Local Writerbook n c .

Burke called 'Babies and Bylines do "' ..
liy Tony .
BCT Staff Writer mix.' I tried some of the ideas in the .
books and sure enough they work- r ,Ii
".. Dear Contributor Cd'r j :
Thank you for your article suggestion. Her first published piece was a 1 a .a \ .. 1\\:
We read it with interest but un- } b '
travel article about North Carolina ,4,, L .i
/ortunatly we cannot use it In our NC I
in Asheville
that appeared an ,
'' ..
pages at the'present time. newspaper. "1 tried my hand and it c' 4

Those words!: are very familiar to got published. I didn't even realize it -
Anne Sponholtz of Keystone Heights, at the time; a relative saw the article ,l
as they are familiar to many and mailed me copies of it. And they. ,
freelance writers across the world. never paid me." .

They are taken from a rejection slip The Sponholtz's live out on Hillcrest '
accompanying I he return of one of the
Lake near Keystone, having moved
many articles she has written and here from Lakeland more than a year .
submitted, but has not had published.An ago. Anne's Husband Wayne is the y, ,1tl' n
article that might have taken Director of Data Processing for the t
weeks of time to research and Alachua County School Board in

prepare can be"written off" with just Gainesville. ,
such a notice. But with support from "Wayne has relatives here, and in jjL :: : .
her family and friends and a deter. Starke," she said. "We always liked d" I II'I
mined personal stick-to-it-tiveness, .
this area when we visited here and ,
Anne .Sponholu has broken through decided it would be a nice place to .,
and has! had an article published in a live."
national magazine.
Sponholtz found out quickly that the ,
"I'll never forget it. I was astounded
road to publication is littered with rejection -
when I got the call from the editorin
slips. "I couldn't begin to
said. "When I
New York, Anne
guess how many rejections I've gotten
realized what she was saying: I "
she said. "I've had one piece rejected -
thought I was going to pass out. from four different places-

\vnat the editor was saying was that I've given up on that one for awhile. It
Anne's article "We Never Gave Up crushes you, especially if it's a piece
Hope," was scheduled for publicationin that you feel really super about. But
Lady's Circle magazine. you can't let it bother you."

SponhoIU's article is a dramatic account The rejection notices contain no t., r, i n

about the birth of her first child, real valid criticisms' to help the .. -- -.. ..
-- -
Leanne and how quickly her family's writer, she notes and for the most 'Ptmlo by Mike Connry Photoi by MUM Coonev

joy anxious surrounding ordeal the when event became the baby an part checked.as are form-type to why the letters article with was blocks re They Never Gave Up Hope.... Life Through a Child's Eyes...

developed a complicated pneumoniaon jected.By Keystone's SponholU family L.-IO Uajne, I.eanne C'orbin cord Ann. Four-year-old Leanne Sponholtz the subject of her mother's magazine I
her first day of life. I won't atteptto !Mrs SponhoIU's article "We never gave up hope<< ," has been published in article. Is' fully recovered from the pneumonia that endangered her life
the time she has
H'I.Ithe\ story here; that is Anne's given birth to from birth.
the I'M'/ edition of Circle maga/ine.
I story, told only as she could tell it. I her second child, (Corbin Anne had all May Lady's
will say that the story appears in the but ceased writing. She has recently "
about word the travels haven't been she
4,000 covering paid
never leave the typewriter. For me, yet says
current (May, 1982) edition of Lady'sCircle begun to get back into the swing of
and experiences of her great-great through a 1980 of
,. and that the ending things. the hardest thing about writing is copy
magazine '
{t stopping. I like to write when Leanne grandfather, Henry Nielson Brush. Market. "It says here
i is a )happy one. "I'm trying to write something is at school and the baby is taking a Brush was a minor U.S. diplomat and upon publication, articles:
"I have always enjoyed writing" she said. "For Attach'e to the French Court and $15 "
every day one thing nap. I almost never write when during up; per photograph.
y shU says. "letters short a r- when I query a magazine to do an article Wayne is at home or when family 1829-31, and kept a detailed diary and : there are three photographs
ticles.. anything. My father spoke and I want to be able to tell them I things need attention. Sometimes I journal of his experiences and travels her story in Lady's
wrote often, and edited a small had an article that was "recently" write late at night." In the British Isles France and Spain. ; see related story.) Maybe that
1. magazine. A friend,who is also one of published and not two years ago." have gone up some since this '80
:I ,n> biggest supporters gave me a "If it was just me, I would probably Her current project is a story of In researching this project. Anne i iIf is was published."

-- who repeatedly credits her
successes to the support of

f! Photos Rises Same Star family out,says seeking that the she go-ahead has several to
by Cooney on work on articles. "They say

>- .... -- be."I it's good when you don't hear

By Tony Burke do here to my office I'll be',''ad..." I had and idea, but I knew it wouldbe foe awhile idea.'', that they're con-
BCT Staff Writer "No no, no, they have to be taken a long shot. "Let me make a phone your
least 1 naven t anotner
be able to
a '' call, I might just get
g For Anne Sponholtz, it was her here; they have to show m -&thghter who take and ," she said. "I must spend
somebody can pictures
"biggest article." playing around the house; she said. the film back to me. If he can do of my day waiting for the mail to
For Mike Cooney, it was a photo "Hmmm, I thought. "No way, ."
Ma'am. the to that, I'll take it from there. I'll) have
byline in a national magazine.For Today's day we go
!; it If I reach is Anne Sponholtz: wife,
him call you to set up. can
me, well, it was another one of press. I couldn't shake free, even for author.
those off-the-wall anonymous "man half-an-hour, to take pictures. Now him that is. _
I ;;! ICVf" behind the scenes" jobs you occasionally tomorrow would be perfect." I knew Mike Cooney as part-time
hear about but never see. Dead silence on the other end of the writer for us, and someone I often ; J
with. I had just II l//
talked photography
It was a Wednesday when I received I _____
""" ...""'" a message to contact a Mrs. Anne line."I have to have them finished and seen his portfolio of weddings models
if. the
'. rtP'r .' Sponholz "about photographs." in the mail the first'thing tomorrow and miscellaneous photos
'I im
make the deadline she previous night, and came away
Not an uncommon message, morning to One tablespoon is equal to
because I take photos- sports news said. Nobody can get them in time. pressed. 3 teaspoons.
art- you name it, every day. I Isn't there anybody? Do you know It was just luck- or maybe fate-
; that I was able to reach Cooney. Mike
:; figured that it was just another request any way this can get done today?
4m. \ 1 1i to get a copy of some print that The lady was sounding really fran- Please see Cooney page IB lJ..
.. ran in The Telegraph The Lake tic now.
i : \ Region Monitor or The Union County high prices get

.....: Times. of<
'- ,,
A desperate-sounding voice greetedmy
;Jf" ...... return call. Mrs. Sponholtz explained *
that she had just gotten a call CARPET CLEANING
M from "New York," and needed some : Cilobbered:

i Hardly at Work... photographs to be made immediatelyso
they could be published with her
) Mike Cooney of Starke, trusty article In an upcoming, magazine arti
i It camera in hand lakes a moment to cle. 1982 *
1 scan over the !May 1982 edition or "I've tried just about everywhere 24x70Cranbrook
II Lady Circle!Magazine. Photos taken else..do you take black-and-white
by Cooney were published' along with photographs?" she asked.
an article by Ann Sponholtz. "Sure,* I said. "If you can come

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Aurencio LayaMr. tonio Abad of Ridgewood N.J., and U.S. Air Force where he served for 26 Warren Langer officiating. Burial Cemetery. Neal & Summers Mortuary Mrs. Saxon was a member of the'
Aurencio Laya 80, of Lake Eduardo Abad of Fountain Valles, years retiring as a Chief Master was in Crosby Lake Cemetery in was in charge of arrangements. First Christian Church Faith.
Los Angeles; and 11 grandchildren.Full Sergeant. Starke with Archie Tanner Funeral Survivors include Mrs. Riffel's husband
Butler died in the
Monday husband
morning her ,
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Military services were He moved to Starke 14 in She is
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aftera ,
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Mr. has been with his :
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Dr. Macario Abad since
son Funeral Home Lake Butler was He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Gosport Indiana died at her homeApril mother Mrs. Freda Saxon Brewer of
February. His home is in Long Island.
N.Y. He was born in the Phillipinesand in charge of arrangements. Viola Anderson of Starke two 4,1982.Born Charlene Saxon BraleyMrs. Lawrenceville Georgia.
daughters Mrs. Vicky Rosier, June 27, 1953. Mrs. Riffel wasa
served in the U.S. for 30
Navy services
and Paula K. Anderson Mac- Charlene Saxon 27, of Funeral were at
Rex Eugene Anderson, Sr. former Hampton resident and will Braley
He is member of the St. Ber-
years. a 11 Tuesday morning at the
nadett Catholic Church in Long Mr. Rex. Eugene Anderson Sr.,61, clenny; two sons Mr. Danny Anderson be remembered by her classmates as Callahan, Fla., died Friday night chapel a.m.of Archie Tanner Funeral
of Lake Butler and Mr. Rex Valedictorian of Bradford following an automobile accident on .
of died HighSchool's
Island N.Y.He Starke early Sunday morning
Home with Rev. Raymond Baler of-
Jr. of HomesteadAir SR-lOo. south of Starke.
is survived by his wife Mrs. April 4, at his home following an extended Eugene Anderson 1972 graduating class. ficiating. Burial will follow at a later :
Elvira Arogsino Laya; one daughter illness. Force Base. Funeral services were Tuesday, She was born and raised in Georgia date in Brooksville Cemetery. Archie ,
Mrs. Elma Abad Peldang of Quezon Mr. Anderson was born and raisedin Funeral services were conducted at April 6, at 2 p.m. in Neal & Summers later moving to Jacksonville and thento Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was ..
2 p.m. Tuesday, at the Chapel of Archie Chapel with mr. Dernal Bowman officiating
Missouri he
City Phillipines three sons Dr. Hannibal where attended Callahan. She had once lived in in charge of arrangements.
Macario Abad Jr.of Lake Butler An- school and later entered the Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. : Burial'followed In Schultz Starke for the last several months. .

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G. Jackson and Sue Tilley, all of Starke; three Jackson, Ricky Alvarez, Randy salesman-manager for an appliance held at 4 p.m.Monday,April 12.in the that donations be made
sons, Sidney Jackson of Starke, Alvarez, and John sales and to the
and Tilley, all grandchildren service store. lie was a First United Methodist Church with Memorial Fund of
Mr Joel G. Jackson, 73, of 725 S. Bill Jackson of Gainesville; three of Mr. Jackson. Intermentwas member and trustee of First United Rev. George Harper and Rev.Warren the United
Florida Starke, died l in the brothers, Eugene Jackson of in the family plot in Conner Methodist Church a member of the Langer officiating Following cremation Methodist Church. DeWitt C. Jones
North Regional H Hospital, Waycross, Ga., James Jackson of Cemetery. Free and Accepted Masons Lodge 35, burial will be at a later date. In Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements
Gainesville, Saturday, April 10. Macon, Ga., and Julian Jackson of and was a Shriner a senior Active lieu of flowers, the family requested .
Atlanta, Ga.; three sisters, Bernice Rotarian, and had been active for
A native of Coffee County, Ala\, he Kennard of Bronson Dena Veldink of Gilbert N. Goldwire many years with the Boy Scouts.
moved here 39 years ago from Gainesville, and Marie Evans of
Alachua. Mr. Jackson retired in 1973 Cochran, Ga.; 16 grandchildren and Mr. Gilbert N. Goldwire, 79, of Surviving is his wife, Gladys Card of ThanksThe I
after 25 years with the E.I. Dupont four great-grandchildren. Starke, died in Memorial Hospital, McDaniel Goldwire; two sons H. Ray
Corporation. He was an Army Jacksonville, Saturday afternoon, Goldwire of Toledo Ohio and Michael
Veteran of World War II, and was a Funeral services were held at 2 April 10, of complications following M Goldwire of Coral Springs Fla.; a family of Rex E. Anderson Sr. predated.
member of Pine Level Baptist p.m. Monday,April 12, in the Chapelof heart surgery. brother, Lamar Goldwire of Palatka; would like to express their appreciation We would also like to give a special
Church. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home a sister, Elizabeth Goldwire of and thanks to all those who thank you to everyone at the Archie
with Rev. Roman Alvarez and Rev Mr. Goldwire was born in Waycross, Ga., and five grand- helped us through our time of sorrow. Tanner Funeral Home for everything
He is
survived by his wife, Bernie John Strickland officiating Brunswick Ga., December 14, 1902 children. All the food flowers and contributionsto they did to make this time easier for
Dees Jackson three and moved to Starke in 1955 from
; daughters, Pallbearers were Guy Stalnaker,Joel us.
the Cancer
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News Briefs -

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Crime Rate up for Bradford County .


number of felony cases ((52)) rate Is considered good. been stolen for the three month periodis good first quarter of 1982" said Red- -
reported and investigated by the The clearance rate on all felonies another inpressive figure. Value of .
Bradford County Sheriff's Office dur- from January 1. through March 31, stolen property from January 1st thru dish.The
ing March 1982 is probably the most 1982 is 55%; again an unusually high March 31, 1982. was $27,664. Value of sheriff had no explanation as to The
ever, according to Sheriff Dolph Red- figure, said Sheriff Reddish. recovered property was $17,764 or why the first quarter of 1982 has
dish. Included in these were The above figures do not reflect the 64%. shown such a marked increase In
mumerous robberies (armed), non-felonies worked since January1st. "I believe the main reason for the crime; there Is some recent indica-
murder and several burglary. In March the sheriff's office high "solving" rate is due to the tion it is back to normal, "if it holds".

larceny.Of worked 64 crime cases 183 non-case dedication of the deputies and suppor- "The worse the economy gets, the Meat Store
file complaints, and 12 misdemeanorcases. ting personnel. Also, recently we more pressure it seems to put on law
the 52 reported the department Solving all 12 of the misde- made some personnel changes as to enforcement. In other words, when

cleared 32 cases for a 61% clearancerate. meanor cases for 100%. primary duties; it seems to be paying everyone else's business is bad ours Edwards Road Starke Across from Bradford Square
Nationally 25 to 30% clearance Recovered property which had dividends. All in aU,we've had a very is good," said Reddish. 105

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Choice Western Beef Sale
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intoxicatedand I Satisfaction GuaranteedCut
public distrubance was
High-Speed Chase using profane language when ap- V & Wrapped to Please YouWestern
Thru Starke proached by Raulerson. r

Bond for Griffin was set at $100, he
Leads To ArrestA
was released on recognizance. ji ,
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vehicle being pursued by Clay
County Sheriffs deputies on SR-16

lead Starke Police on a long, high Two Arrests GREAT FOODSAVING
speed chase early Sunday morning. ,
Only after the car blew a tire did the Encore AccidentTwo ,, _
o edr;ce /
driver surrender he was charged
with unlawful speed, wilful-wanton arrests were made after a traf- i
reckless driving, running red lights fic accident on US-301 at 11:00: p.m..
April 12. The driver of the vehiclewas atn
eluding police and having no tag, according -
to Patrolman Sonny Jackson. charged with careless drivingand tIF USDA Choice Fresh First Cut
a passenger was charged with
Steven K. Varnell, 20, of Knoxville intoxication. 4
Tenn., was wanted in Clay County for According to the driver of a vehicle ,, ShoulderChicken PORK PORK

questioning in the theft of stolen gas southbound on US-301 a passenger in
and other items from a minit market.He the front seat snatched the steering ROAST STEAKS CHOPS
left there heading toward Starkeon wheel, causing the driver to lose con-
SR-16. trol. The vehicle crossed the traffic
When Patrolman Jackson saw the lane, jumped the curb, and struck the $495
white and blue 1977 Pontiac he turnedon corner of the Encore ConsignmentShop. $189' $119
5 Ib box
his blue light at which time Varnell Damage to the shop was Lb. Lb
accelerated at a hight rate of speed. estimated to be $4,500. Robert Keith
The adventure went from Weldon Adkins 22 of Gainesville
was charged '
St.to the lot the Bradford
parking at with careless driving.
County Courthouse then south on Damage to the 1975 Buick driven by QtrscradeA..Lb.45CChicken
US-301 traveling at an excess of 120 Adkins
was 2500. according to
m.p.h. Varnell lost control in front of Patrolman Eston Mosher.
Captain 'D's due to a tractor trailer While 69c'
truck jumped the curb driving back traffic attempting accident,tyo a investigatethe Legswnot. . .'.Lb.
onto 301 when the officer blocked him e l4s.a I
Henry T. Sullivan 23, of Williston
causing him to jumb the curb at the became unruly and caused a distur- + Breaslsput..Lb.79c
shoppping center. At this time his left bance. The officers tried several Chicken
rear tire Blew out and the driver sur times to get information from nkw v 11Ar' .

rendered. Sullivan but all he would do was utter
Varnell was booked into the'Brad- profane words. Sullivan was arrested Turkey Wings &
ford County jail under $400 bond. lie for disorderly intoxication. -
was released on recognizance and Sullivan was booked into Bradford

turned over to the Clay County County Jail under a $50 cash bond, according Reg Homo.21f2 doz. Oat Lo-Fat
authorities. to Mosher.

Hampton Man Loses MILK EGGS MILK

Fender Mender...
Foot In AccidentOtis I $199 9

Waldron, 33, of Hampton, had Carroll Robert Perry. Jr., 43, of $189 $17
his right foot amputated Saturday Keystone Heights was cited for Gal. Gal.
after it was nearly severed in an early reckless driving after he wrecked his Do 1 get paid us a fireman too...

morning motorcycle accident on vehicle outside the Starke city limitson Boneless
US-301 near Waldo according to the SR-100. Perry was being pursued The Starke Fire Department was Within several minutes after their ROUND USDA Choice
Florida Highway Patrol. by Clay County Sheriff's deputies called to the residence occupied by arrival the firemen had the blaze

Waldron was driving his 1980 Suzuki April 11 at 1:26: a.m. when the acci- David Me Clenaghan, March 28, at under control at 661 W. Madison St., in 197
motorcycle south on US-301 at about 2 dent occured. 2:55: p.m. Policeman Jerry Miller Starke. Approximately $12,000 STEAK
a.m. and was struck as he attemptedto Perry had been going from the lends a helping hand as shown in damage was done by the fire to the

turn into the Trading Post in frontof shoulder on one side_ of SR-100 then photograph.she frame house owned bv Joyce Ward. .1 1

a 1979 Chevrolet. crossing the centerline and going off 3.9.

Waldron" was in stable condition atSh'ands of the shoulder on the other side with returned to her car, she found the Charles Gerald .,Starling, 43,.. 0 Hospital according to a his lights off and then on. When Perry passenger side window! had been shat-M.... Starke, fa filed to nqtfce stopped.veWcte -,' .
spokesman for.the hospital. Waldronhas reached: the-area ip front of Dr. R. S. tered. .>"'; .*9ii ahe.adolhjimj>3jhe.was.traveling! ;':\__.;".:. ..J mr 0 oa'1 oi 1 CoIl'
been with while '- -Mas-r."dto 39
charged driving Mullins he went into the ditch,ttrUttlc. : :'Accordingwtathe.tntrestlgating otvS north on Walnut St., April 9.: starling : !!'!l :. Lb. 11'111'01'
intoxicated reckless driving expiredtag a culvert and flipped his vehicle end ficer, no evidence of foul play was applied his brakes but struck a vehi-
and violation of license restric- over end.Damage. seen. It was surmised that damagewas cle driven by John Frank Gillewaters

tions. to Perry's 1966 Cheverolet caused by heat from the sunshine 51, of Starke. Chicken Livers. $149
Damage to the motorcycle was pickup was$250, according to TrooperJ. and all the.windows being closed. Damage to Gillewaters 1965 Ford 5 Lb. Box
$800 damage to the Chevrolet was H. Horler. was $20 there was no damage listedto
$1,000, according to Trooper Joe M. L. Jewell, 61, of Lake Butler and Starling's 1978 Ford, according to
Wadell. There were no charges Robert Keith Schultz 17, of John Edward Griffis 24. of Starke Patrolman David Crum.
against the driver of the car. Melrose, lost control of his pickup were both cited in an accident on
truck 11 miles CR-16 in Starke on 3. Jewell -
April at 12:05: a.m., 2.7 April -
south of Keystone Heights. was cited for careless driving and i
Woman Struck Schultz ran partically off the road- Jewell was cited for having an expired ir r I'I'I

By Car On SR-100 way on SR-21, attempted to pull back driver's license. I'I

onto the highway, spun out of control .' .
A Callahan woman was struck at and turned around crossing the north Both vehicles were westbound on Arly
CR-16, Jewell slowed to turn into I .
9:20: p.m. as she was walking south on bound lane. The vehicle then ran off right
SR-100 outside the city limits April 9. NAPA Auto Supplies Griffis failed to ,
the roadway slid sideways flipped slow and struck Jewell. +a -Il I Rd 'lu' m
Charlene Braley 27, died at the scene
over and finally came to rest on its to ,f'r' InC
of multiple injuries received in the ac roof.Damage Damage to Griffis' 1978 Ford Y-.., II 1

cident. to the 1968 Chevy pickup pickup was $150 damage to Jewell's QUAKER 88 v
in the northbound lane
Braley was
was $400. according to Trooper J. H. 1972 Honda was $200 according to t I t n9
when she was hit by a motorist who Horler 4119"9
was northbound. The motorist Trooper B. A. Williams. STATE Qt. tta
One minor accident, with no in-
Robert Linwood of Starke did
Hayes juries was reported in the Keystone Barbara Yates Thorpe 40, of Quaker ,State .f' 'm
not in time
see Braley to stop. Hayes .
Heights area last week by the Clay Starke was cited for making an improper cG7J \0" i Ladies .blsa nalit
locked his brakes in '
avoid the his an vehicle attempt slid to County Sheriff's Department. turn April 5, 4 miles west of t 8 Deluxe ..,.ri"lirl.... p ail

sideways pedesterian but struck Braley. No According to the report Treg Ed- Starke. 10W-40all season N0 eity4, OP.S61 01
ward Jones, who was coming out of 111' .n 1
charges were filed in the accident. motor oil. Limit 5 Shbrtl'sTleeveJinii; q,
the high school parking lot, failed to 1 a I av
Thorpe was making a U-turn from S
Damages to'Hayes 1979 station- maintain control of his Yamaha the southbound lane to go north on quarts, please. J.. lBO/Ids'alid woven/ tops? I'; ll1''str. Many Q sqr

wagon were $450 according to motorcycle when passing a parked Clt-225failing to see an oncoming 'Ih 'I 1. owitHertt/77/ Id8lri S'tb'Jij' 11
Trooper D. C. Roberts. school bus.Vandalism. vehicle due to the curve in the road. feppllques.'S.M,1.f10IJS!! ,5rr.
to a parked vehicle was George Nelson Privett, 38, of Lawtey .
Brooker Man reported, but it was later determinedthat left the road but still collided with artl Y1Lt; .-..:, '

Arrested For DI the broken window might have Thorpe's vehicle. O9
resulted from the extreme heat inside dS.1ni J
Freeman Griffin 57, of Brooker the car. Damage to Prtvett's 1969 Ford
was arrested April 10, for disorderly Ernestine Moody had parked her pickup was $600 damage to Thorpe's
intoxication by Brooker Marshall 1979 Dodge on Lawrence Blvd. while 1978 Ford pickup was $2,500, accor- Box cowrane Pair

Raulerson. Griffin was causing; a she went into Dampier's Drugs. When ding to Trooper D. C. Roberts. Rinso 44-Oz. % Fashion '";;

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Be with him now, dear Lord ..
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Give him your tender loving care
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That he may rejoice evermore. your many prayers flowers O Lee wishes to express and share \r'
expressions of love and concern for us
with all of their friends and 'h ,
Make room for him all during the illness and passing of neighbors, their appreciation and ,ocounwlm'M"
in thy glorious house. our beloved son, Jim (Spanky), we do gratitude for the showed
support they '
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tion to his photography business and 'called Mrs. Sponholtz who was anxious a much better idea. ;.: ; : <0" :
duties for us at the Telegraph. Mike's,, to come down and look at the "Let me do a feature story on you '.
tough to catch at all during the day. negatives.It the author when this article comes $ Man's Knit I

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Bassmaters Sciences (IFAS). "All you need Is and April 29,30,and May 1. All performances Thelma Dorrough Starke, has re- The Gainesville Social Security office and Vorlex-R" says IFAS scientistDr.
Adopt mild weather and lots of water and start at 8:15: p.m. in Trinity enlisted in the U.S. Air Force at is located at 530 North Waldo Robert Dunn. "Another is D-D
New ResolutionThe right now we've got both." Episcopal Church parish house in Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont., Road and the telephone number is Soil Fumigant-R, a product that Is
Hall says there is such a thing as an Melrose. after six years military service. 376-2575 for Gainesville; 486-2741 for sometimes repackaged under" other
Bradford Bassmasters, at their early-spring mosquito. They tolerate Tickets are $5.50 for all performances Hiler, a missile facilities assistant Williston, Bronson and CHiefland; trade name of distributors.
April 6 meeting adopted a resolution cooler temperatures than their sum- and are available by writingto with the 341st Field Missile 964.5066 for Starke; and 0 WX-2575 for Dunn contain
These says
opposing he proposed mining of peat Maintenance Squadron is a 1968 Cross City and Trenton.Financial products.
in the Santa mer cousins, but like the summer Melrose Music Theatre, Box 675, and/or
Fe Swamp the dichloropropene
that it would be detrimental on grounds to fish mosquito they also dine on people. Melrose 37666 or by purchase atRossano's graduate of Leon High School, Report dichloropropane. They can form explosive -
and Hall says the last couple of winters Market, Melrose; Village mixtures with air in certain
wildlife of the,Suwannee and the general and Santa environment Fe- have been so cold and dry that most Hardware Keystone Heights; and the Jlis wife, Joan, is the daughter of Completed For Property concentrations, and are also corrosive -
River valleys. spring mosquitos never made it to Bradford County Telegraph in Starke. Louise Connell of Tallahassee. AppraiserA to aluminum, magnesium
The their first meal. This season'smild cadmium and their alloys.
resolution states: temperatures are giving the mosquito Trapped By Penalty Can Result from favorable financial report has zinc ,

'Whereas that commercial, It has come interests to our attention population a chance to make up for The Judge Failure to Report been received by the office of Brad- Dunn says even empty containersthat
are lost time. ford County Property Appraiser. The contained these fumigants
seeking permits to drain, clear cut, But, take heart, hikers and Floyd Sears Moses 67, of Live Oak, People who receive supplemental report prepared by the firm of Davis, should once be handled with caution.
and mine the security income (SSI) can
5,000-acre Santa Fe have received the fine payments
increased activity may Monk Farnsworth and was drum with
campers: mosquito be Company "Somebody tried to cut a a
Swamp in Bradford and Alachua penalized if they fail to report an
ever imposed in the state for trapping
in doesn't necessarilymean for the fiscal September and it blew
Counties for its peat content and early spring violations. event which" could affect the amountof year welding torch recently
you'll be eaten alive by sum 30, 1981. Dunn said. people don't realizeyou've
their said A. Glenn
"Whereas such exploitation of the Moses who was arrested by payment,
said the financial
The report to treat these products as
natural resources of this invaluable mer.Hall Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Moore Social Security district got
wetland would its says another dry spring this Officer Matt in Gainesville.Any records were well kept by the Appraiser though they were gasoline or
destroy wildlife Commission Wildlife manager
like the last we've had could Alvarez. The weld
year two Jimmy expen- kerosene. Never flame-cut or
is in
habitat; remove vegetation that now Tyre was charged with having no penalty imposed "
cut way back on the summer mos- ditures were properly supported empty fumigant containers.
serves as a filtering system to help quito population. But if there's trapping license, taking wildlife by repayment of an overpayment appeared necessary for the operations -
prevent pollution of Santa Fe Lake unusually heavy rainfall, better stock unlawful methods (Steel trap), resulting from failure to properly of the Property Appraiser s of- Dunn says explosive hazards of the
and Santa Fe River and would be possession of wildlife showing signs of report an event. The first violation fice. preparedand fumigant are listed at the end of a
up on mosquito repellent. Budgets were properly
detrimental to the lakes and streams being taken illegally, and possessionof results in a $25 penalty; the second in amended. Espenditures were long product label where many
inour area from the standpoint or fox. a $50 penalty; and additional viola- kept within budgeted amounts.A growers don't read them completely.
fishing swimming, boating, and Melrose Music TheatreTo Suwannee County Judge Tom Ken- tions result in $100 penalties. a primary weakness in the inter
other water sports, Perform 'lolanthe' non sentenced Moses to three monthsin Overpayments most often result nal control is one for which no immediate Coast Guardsman
'.'Be it therefore resolved that the of when a person fails to report receiv-
jail, a$1,000 fine one year super- practical solution is Completes Drug Patrol
Bradford Bassmasters do hereby A uniquely dressed "Band of vised probation, and suspended his ing additional income, earnings addi- available. The Property Appraiserdoes
declare the Santa Fe Swamp to be an Fairies" and an elegantly attired hunting, trapping and furdealer tions to bank accounts receipt of not have a sufficient number of Coast Guard Electrician's Mate 1st
environmentally endangered area of "House of Lords" will dance their license for one year. money or other gifts, acquiring property to implement Class Charles E. Williams whose
vital concern to the citizens of Brad- way into Melrose on Thursday April "This is Moses' third arrest for or changes in living ar employees separation of adequately duties which is wife, Linda is the daughter of Queen I
ford, Alachua, and all other countiesin 22, when the Melrose Music Theatre trappng violations," said officer rangements.A for sound internal control, 1!:;. Albert of 1115 Dell ST., Starke,
(the Suwannee River basin and opens its eighth season with a presen- Tyre "apparently Judge Kennon did penalty can be imposed when: according necessary to the report. recently returned from a law enforce-
should be purchased by the State tation of Gilbert & Sullivan's comic not want to see Moses next season The person fails to make a timely Appraiser Alvarez was real pleased ment patrol in the mid-Atlantic and
through the Department of Natural opera, "lolanthe." because the three months in jail must report of an event. with the report, it is perhaps the first the Gulf of Mexico.
Resources under the Environmentally be served the 1982-83 The unreported event could cause a
The music theatre is starting its during trapping time there have been no recommendations Williams is a crewmember aboard
reduction in payment, suspension or
Endangered Lands Act.
consecutive of bringing season.
year for
improvements or correc the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter
.The resolution was signed by Joe Gilbert& Sullivan operettas to North Also arrested and charged with termination of payments. tions. Normally the office would be CHerokee, in Norfolk I
Riggs president and 21 members of Central Florida and for the first similar violations was Steve Lee Payment was received and accepted responding to the report with proposed Va. homeported I
the Bradford Bassmasters. time all costumes have been profes- Sellers, Like Oak. for the period of time involved. changes but this year that is not During the patrol Cherokee
There is no good cause for relief
Kennon sentenced Sellers to "
for this Judge
sionally designed especially
necessary. "No news is good news, crewmembers boarded three foreign
< production by Lisa Martin, a 1980 $250 fine 10 days in jail suspension of from the penalty.
said Alvarez.
fishing vessels and four U.S. vesselsfor
Mild Winter A booklet, "What You Have To
graduate of the University of Florida hunting and trapping license for one.
inspection to ensure compliancewith
Brings'Mosquitos of Fine Arts. Lisa is and one of supervised probation Know About SSI, contains detailed
. College now year year information about what events shouldbe IFAS Warns AgainstSoil U.S. fisheries and drug laws.
entrance into the
This winter's mild weather may awaiting Texas graduate school after Universityof a year Persons who know of wildlife or reported. Every person receiving FumigantsThe Two of the U.S. vessels were seized
have been a Joy to some farmers but violations should call the SSI payments should have a copy. after bales of marijuana were-
. of graduate study in costume designat fishing Florida's In- .
- as you already have discovered New York University's School of Wildlife Alert hotline at 18903428105. Those who do not, can obtain a copy University during inspection.The -
.it's also good news for mosquitos. Concerned citizens at the Gainesville Social Security Of- stitute of Food and Agricultural CHerokee is 205 feet long and
the Arts. SHe is a former Florida reporting illegal
Sciences (IFAS) is warning carries of
the the growersto a crew 72.
Despite chilly nights mos-
Player at UF, where she designed activity may be eligible for a reward. fice.SSI
handle soil fumigants and the con-
already out there,breedingin is Federal which
quitos are Rewards from $25 a program
costumes for several productions, generally range
tainers they come in with extreme Nine of our states got
the mud puddles and thirsting for basic cash income to
provides a peopie
and to $250 higher
also costume for dependingupon
was designer may go
of the fumigants contain a their names from the rivers
an early season gardener with rolled- summer stock at the Wayside Theatrein the seriousness of the violation. in need who arc 65 or older or care. Many
highly flamable mixture that could that flow through them -
up sleeves. disabled or blind. Although SSI is ad-
' "Sure you can have mosquitos at "lolanthe"Middleton Va.will have six perfor- Sgt. Hiler Reenlistsin ministered by Social Security, fundsto blow up in the face of the unwary Minnesota Colorado, Connecticut -
said Dr. Donald user. Illinois Mississippi,
time of year. make payments come from the
Hall entomologist at the UF's Institute mances in Melrose, scheduled on U.S. Air ForceStaff U.S. Government Treasury general "Some common products to watch Nebraska, Ohio, Oregon and
Thursday through Saturday for two
' of Food and AgriculturalForest from Social taxes. out for are Telone I -R.Telone C-17-R, Wisconsin.
successive weekends; April 22,23.24; Sgt. Richard A. Hiler, son of funds, not Security

Service Calls for Volunteers I

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.j!,.: 1 Thousands of volunteers are needed of personal satisfaction in knowning protection as well as insuracne for 'adoption." Starke Family Planning Clinic

to help maintain and improve they have helped make our world a work-related injuries. In some cases Persons interested
, in becoming a Tubal Tubes tied
America's 191 million acres of na- little better place to live for all of us," they can be compensated for travel, Forest Service volunteer should con- Ligation ( )

tional forest system lands said R. he said. food and lodging expenses. tact their nearest Forest Service office & VasectomiesNo
Max Peterson, chief of the U.S. Major qualifications for the Entire organizations may Additional information on how to
Department of Agriculture's Forest volunteers are good health and will- volunteer, Peterson said. For become a Forest Service volunteeralso Hospital stay No Abortions performed
.Service.. ingness to wrok, and people with ainstance, through the may be obtained by writing: necessary
"In an effort to reduce operating special skills are particularly "Adopt-A-Trail" program, an Forest Service Volunteer BOx 37483, 96465005tfmmef&
costs without reducing services, we welcome. There's not maximum or organization can volunteer to main- Washington D.C 20013.
are asking people to use theirtime and minimum age but a volunteer under tain and improve a trail in the national -
talents to help the Forest Service con- age 18 needs written consent from a forests. '--
tinue to provide visitors with a rewar- parent or guardian.VolunreeTs'are. Roads and wildlife habitats are
ding experience Petersons said. 'rbt federal among other national forest'

I"" I {also _employees, \I)}they do,rgceivq&.).Iggal rt'w.r.: ; ,and facilities\ available' for -
Voi* can improve .
|Jibe/{ environment$ and contribute help to the .. M .Y M rY 111 + ....., ... ., ,, ., j, ,tommg... Sod' HO weoffier!

wise use of our natural resources by
assisting in our research and

:cooperative,' forestry programs." ( _
Peterson said volunteers perform a ;
wide range of duties such as trail con- .14
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serve as campground hosts,
wilderness reangers guides and lecturers -
research assistants, tree ;c
planters and clerks. Classes For
"Since the passage of the
Volunteers in the National Forests

Act in 1972 the use of volunteers has and start savinaon
plavedan Increasingly important role NeedlepointKnitting
in.four work" Peterson said. "The y
number of Forest Service volunteers
hart .increased.by 700 percent since '
197pyjLflSt year;the work accomplished LL. tool 1
>yu9,445'VolUnteers was valued atiaimillion.
." : energy
Ithough volunteers do not receive
me etary pay Jor their work Peter- & Crewel
soil said there are 6ther compensavtioi '.. ., ., 4. \\
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I Chronic Bronchitis, is too Often Left Nelected': ter I
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Spring is here, but your winter cold associated with heavy cigarette serious damage to the lungs. But in "smoker's cough." As time goes on,
lingers on. You cough and spit And if smoking. It's likely to start in middle 1981 about 7.1 million\ people suffered though, colds become more damaging. $
you're a heavy smoker, it could be age and get worse as the years go on, from chronic bronchitis. It brought Coughing and spitting last longer .
chronic bronchitis. unless you seek help from a doctor death to about 3,900. Physicians after each cold. Soon they're with the
Chronic bronchitis Is nearly always early. About three times as many report morel lian 330,000 new patients victim all the time before colds
men get chronic bronchitis as women. with chronic bronchitis every year. during colds, after colds. Generally\ FARMERSAND
Most people with chronic bronchitis The Social Security Administration the ough is worse in the morning and FtgA MARKII
also live in cities where air pollutionis grants disability benefits to about evening and in cold,damp weather. If
a problem.The 1,500 victims a year Undoubtedly, your winter cold lingers,see your doctor -
Tax Protest Today American Lung Associationsays chronic bronchitis: is one of the na- lIe or she can help you enjoy the t / U
tion's costliest diseases in terms of spring. _
Members of the Florida Libertarian that because people don't con- _
manpower, money, and misery. For more Information about
chronic bronchitis
a killm
Party will distribute anti-tax
leafletsto is often Since (people who get chronic bronchitis chronic bronchitis and olhc diseases 463-2255 Open Daily
thousands of last-minute incometax disease it neglected until it is
are nearly always smoking, the affecting lung health, contact the .
filers at post offices over Floridaon in an advanced stage and there is is .' '.., ." .. ,
cough usually! dismissed as only Florida Lung Association. '
April 15 from 8 p,m. to midnight.
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Dorothy Swanson executive direc-
tor for the Libertarian Party in Cogley'sHwy. I
Florida, pointed out that CLOSE OUTMODELS I
"government at every level is rapidly /0J635
expanding, while the rest of America Bike-A-Rama Bayfront Kitchen __ ___ 1

.with fsj undergoing actual shrinkage an economic in many slowdown areas., 21 North Keystone Ilgts. I I '2 Bedrooms, Bath / / 7 7.Kr "....

The' State of Florida has levied a 23 (Next to Century 21)) Furnished w/d hookups t y I
percent increase in its sales tax, the
largest dollar volume increase ever 10 Speeds, 3 Speeds, Adult Tricycles u.*.
prepctratcd on Florida taxpayers.Orange r r << 911111
County proposes to build an Hi Risers, Cruisers, Mini 10 Speeds \
14x56 'ox ,
eleven million dollar building just to Full line of BMX .w
house its administrative personnel. Kitchen
Libertarians say that 'Regardlessof Motocross Bikes, Mongoose, Vista .' Bayfront 2 BR, 1 Bath hIASTtR BED JFL eo 2.. LIVING 1.1.0"- \D
whether it is the Republicans or the MCS Magnum "j j4..JO pr4N4 ARIA
Democrats in power, there is one "1
thing you can be sure of. taxes will coarT 0
be higher next year,and the next and Sales & Repair -
the next. ." Phone ((904)) 473-2446 14x70
The Libertarian Party is sponsor- Parts & Accessories .
ing tax protests in every state on Central Air, Oversized Master Suite, Washer/Dryer Hookup, Furnished, Garden Tub-., ,
.1 April IS, with nearly a dozen Florida Large Closets, 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths. '. '
communities participating. The .
Libertarian Party will be running /\ 1.
more than 1,000 candidates for public I I jo Dw/1p ARIA '. AS
office in 1982. -

If you in are the interested protest contact in your participating - w
local chairman listed below: / can't afford NOT to own a Woodburner I KITCHEN,.. LIVIMQ'ROOAA '
Gainesville Mark D. Fulwiler, >; JJ ';...""f* ,". F ,
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hold homecoming 30 Days FREE (in home) Service : ;,or:

Homecoming services will be r 1 e t s i o s with Installation 1 Ef' "I-I"-- ", ',;;'"5U.: .' "./.' ""
observed at the First Baptist Churchof 1 .-
Raiford 25. ,.'- ";'l"' 24x36" )
Sunday April I r-- ; '1"
Starting at 15.00 : ; :1..; ,
Former pastor Rev. William Wilson .. .. L ,I, "" -" ""
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of Lakeland will be the speaker. ... "+ Furnished, '2 bdrms-"l.; '

Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. The "Fan"-tastic Sale Continues bath, appliances, washer- :..
Scripture Quartet and others will be We Carry A .. ". ,
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present for singing to begin at 2 p.m. ALL FANS ? : "
All former pastors, members and Complete Line of
friends are cordially invited to attend. 30/ Off Sale Price
Black Bart Fisher
All Special Priced Fans Include _
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Jotul Fisher Stoves Set Up & Delivered

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Forestry Division's Portable Sawmill is a LogaverBy HARD OF HEARING?


Tony Burke expensive to consider harvesting, can man to operate and move. Poweredby the diameter, length and type of wood THE CUSTOM FIT IN THE EAR H' APING AID 411'
BCT Staff Writer now be salvaged. a large gasoline engine similar to a being sawed and whether optional FOR MILD TO MODERATE HEATING LOSS ,
Each year, hundreds' of acres of Through the use of a portable Volkswagen's, the saw blade travels equipment is used. Accuracy of the
land in Bradford and the surrounding sawmill, valuable timber can be turned along a track and through the log Instead lumber is one-thirty-second inches.In R.g. *638 NOW '369 >
counties are cleared for agriculturalor into useful lumber. The Division of of the log moving through the fact, loading the log onto the SUPPLY LIMITED) I'
other commercial purposes. Forestry has such a sawmill, and It Is blade. Three adjustable blades sawmill may be the toughest task re- BATTERY PRICES.
One of the leftover problems available for use by local residents. simultaneously cut the width, depth quired of the operator. CHECK OUR SPECIAL LOW
associated with such enterprise Is "The cost is $9 per hour or $25 per and and length of the log. Anything Optional equipment allows the EP67SE-6. $2.00 E41E-6 . $2.00 H. Gardner
how to dispose of the felled trees. In 1,000 board feet, including a Div. from two-by-fours to twobyfourteenscan operator to transfer the 700 lb. E312I-6 . 2.00 E13E-6. . 2.00 Imp.u.d Serving lit 5Inr" two.E401E ,.
many cases, they are simply piled Forestry operator," said County be adjusted.The sawmill to the log itself. -2 . 2.00 OKMMan. .
and burned at the site; at best, they Forester David Norton. "Right now, operator stays at one end, con- Salvage logging Is made .-Hi.a JOe:
will be cut up to dry and then stacked we have six people lined up to use the trolling the saw's operation and size economical because expensive haul FREE HEARING TEST W.d III Nr*
somebody's woodpile to await sawmill. We 11 be operating intermittently of the board to be cut. It Is possible for ing of defective or cull material is Aid Center
fuel burning. through April and possibly dur one man to produce from 1,500 to 6,000 eliminated. Since the logs are sawedin Gainesville Hearing
lin What was once thought to be a ing the month of May." board feet of lumber per day, depen the woods, only the salvaged 1003 N.W.23rd Avenua Gainesville, Florida 3760093Wm.
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ESTATE will be available at the end Preserve this coming year
1970W BeetleRuns good.
SERVICES : aware that it will be included on the
AND AD. looks good. Excellent tires, of May, according to the Florida
DING MACHINES FOR LOOKING FOR a special 2 YEAR OLD Appaloosa Colt mileage. Air Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis special hunt application. .
CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: .. bay with blanket. Good great gas Quota hunt permits for that area GifttoitreasUr
Free estimates, local RENT Union County Times, piece of property If I needs repair. Must see to sion. will be issued first-come first-
Call Jane on a
disposition. '
distributes for comple'elywashable 85 SW 2nd Ave.. Lake don't have it. I'll find It-Just appreciate this gem. "The regular nine-day quota applications
served basis are -
S. USHER, Usher, 496.2126 or after Sp.m. as applications
Butler. Phone 496-2261) for askJANE 1000. 431.1114 for the 1982-83 hunting
advertised nationally Gordsett more Information. TFN REALTOR 496.2126 or 4962903. Itchg 4/15 TFN 4/8 chg season will be available from officesof received from the postal service at

Draperies. SAW Enterprises 10/1. 496-2903 eves., "Your -- ., 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH the county tax collectors and their the Tallahassee headquarters of the .,
Ed loma ONE or TWO BRMobile Union County Realtor. tin CB/BRICK HOME: With extra Kubagents" said Eddie White, quota Commission. Quality desk sets ..:(
Stephen. 496 or 2219. home. Clean. $135. $150 3/26 HELP WANTED large swimming pool, hunt coordinator for the Commis White added that pursuant to a recent a gift of lasting ,

5 I 80TFN.. Playground basketball. FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE landscaped yard. severalout sion's division of wildlife. "Specialhunt Commission decision, all regular beauty and pleasure,
Save money. Near prisons, NEEDSCall Venera Brown POLICEMANiPort time for buildings. with 2.5 applications will be available nine-day and special quota hunt per

0.1 I mill Corpools. No 496-3022 Sandy Haien Town of Raiford, Needs acres, located on SR 18 from regional offices of the Comm mits for the 1982-83 hunting season
INSURANCEMAINES dogi. 496.2366 mornlnat. 496.3994 eves or G.rrILen. police standards. Applications near Washington Springs, sion." will be transferrable.White .

MOBILE HOME:2 Bedroom I non 4963140. Tiffin and will he token until owner finance. Call said that resident senior
INSURANCE AGEN. both on 1 ocr. lot near Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 April 27. Send resume or 496.3625 after 7pm. TFN Applications from hunters will be \ citizens ((65 years of age and older),
CY) 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake Worthington Spring $100 Box 788. Lake Butler FL. application to: PO Box 325 2/4. accepted by the quota hunt office of residents totally and permanently

Butler 496.3978, Complete per month. $50 deposit. tfn chg. 8/6. Raiford, FL 32083. 4/15 4 RENTAL HOMES, COM- the Commission ,postmarked noJane disabled_ _ _

Insurance Service TFN _Phon. 496.3907. 4/15 TFN. FOR SALE OR LEASEtOffice, 4/22 chg MERCIAL BLDG. and property :' ,, .'i;;
buildings In Lake Butler. on SR-100. Commercial .,
3660 sq ft., Ray Powell site on SR-121 -. Meet ;

496.3377.4/15 TFN. MISCELLANEOUSFREE Beautiful lake front homeon T

Classified Ads large lots. Contact
Farmers and Dealers Bank,
m Get Results Puppies: Cute and 4962101. TFN 3118.

loveable. Call 496.2126. JEEPS, CARS PICKUPS: from

Call Janice Itchg 4/15 $35. Available at local '5., .. -
REALTOR'JANES. 496-2261 Gov't Auctions For Directory

call 805.687.6000 ext.VENEKA .
.-. '-t Lt uL.LL' .J
USHER BROWN. TIFFIN OWENS; INC '''0all reiunuaoiw. *'pu1
I \" 2.' .ssALtss 12 X 55 MOBILE HOME.For Richly grained 4" x 7.f

REALTOR ". .30 sale 2 bedroom, 1 bath. walnut in a simply elegant -,
... '
SulteSis Completely furnished. '. ; design with nam&t
Your .Union County Realtqr I Ip.uui4 G.rrILennan. *" 1831 NW Uth St: 496-2306.'TFN chg.'4/8. plate. '-
.".3140' .HANDY MAN SPECIAL: '
360 N. Main. St. ,* GelitesvilleFia. Come in today and set
Concrete' 3 BR, :2 bath
Block, ,
496-2126 .. 496-2903 j .. .home.' located near ,Wocthihglon our complete selection

FOR SALE j . .. .; Springs On extra : : of quality desk sets b%*
2"'' with mobile hornet large landscaped lot. Deep Sheaffer.
? acres attractive SR I21 Also.Ig .
SMALL COUNTRY!' 'ESTATE. 3 BR;.2 bath, brick home on 4 Inch'well..Owner financed y .
and for '
metal bldg. separate trailer site rental income.
5.66 acres; pecan and fruit trees barn storage.area, split at 12 percent. Phone
5 acres with mobile, home, pool. cabana ext, .
Igopen Tail fence: Colt 496.3140 Tar more detail' S 496-3923, 3tchg 4/15 4/22 '
barn. SR 235, owner financing, QprIc 1!
4/29 .
I TO 7 ACRE LOTS on SR 16 and off C-771. Owner financ ?
:: Very Jorge Home Approx. 3.000 sq. It Financing ing., YARDSALEsSat April 17 8 to -"- HDP j

available.. Located in ,tQwn. Immediate occupancy. *3.18 ACRES off 239.'heavily wooded Nothing down, 5 Rain or Shine. 511 'SW _. ,ioecs,
28 Acres. Attractive 'frame hornet w/stone "eplace'and 12th St. '(Shows Addition) ( s.4e.r' .
good owner financing. :
circle driveway Situated. In rolling scenic area of Pro. Hotpoint refrigerator $75
*5 ACRES. wooded $2,200 acre, owner financing.
vidunce Financing available to qualified, buyer, Has barn per glassware, typewriter,
completely equipped
tractor and equipment Ready; to move right In. Tupperware children's' Stanwlx-Hay
BR, 2 bath furnished mobile I I home
_3 BR. ? BA attractive home in town on approx I acre. clothing-sixes 06. Misc.

((2)) 40 acre Parcels Providence area Owner financed. household items. 1 Itpd Age 7, daughter of Ray and Peggy Iii qIi

Pasture. and woodedGrocery 4/15. J -' Stanwix-Hay of Hampton, winner of -

Store. MH site w/small acreage included. 't the : .
Owner 'financing '
Large Acreage Approx 60.350 acres Suitable 'for cattleor I' 110 W. Call St.,Starke 'i LOST DOG :."

planted pines Financing available \ Coloring Contest. s Brittany' Retrieve, white,
FmHA Houses available in subdivision or countryside.No SECRETARYLake -' .' ,_ J. with Ian bobbed toll. -"

down payment to qualified, buyers Call office for You can be i winner loo when you shop it the Office Shop, found call *44-7Me..

more information' ( Butler Clinic) [one of the areas finest representatives of Hallmark product Call today Reward will be offered.' '

FOR RENT -.. for fait friendly service. M .,:;...
I .
3 BR. 2 BA brick homo. CH/A, W/W carpet drapes Ability to type a minimum of 35 correct words per minute. Organizational "it ;::2hL. f s>>\ ::: ,

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$275 .
mo first and last req.
and receptionist skills preferred. With interviews, typing and a written - -
I BR Trailer SI 10 Included.
.:...l mo Water
test will be administered.
New 3 BR :2 BA doublewide MH on one acre in country
With river frontage APPLY IMMEDIATELY TO: Starke Ads
WANTED --- -
N. Lake Ave. Lake Butler Fl.
105 ,
Residential lots close to town. FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE ,
1.2. A3 acre parcels! close to town. ((904) 496-2347 -- I

..onfefng for a Special Piece; of Properly1 Please CONTACT PERSON: Kerry CliffordAn
('( 1If/ I Don't Have It.( 1''' f m(f It! 530 CASE TRACTOR: Heavy PUPPIES Half Great Dane, BABY CRIB: Call 964-6910. EUNICE'S NURSERY!
Affirmative Action
Equal Opportunity I Employer duty Industrial with loader $5. 1837 Raiford Rd., Itchg 4/15 Azaleas,' $1.50 gal. can.

and grade-box. Excellent Starke. Ithcg 4/15 POOL TABLE Slate top, very Roses, shrubbery. Located

1_ <_ <_ >| l I l l I I I I condition. $7500.00. FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF good condition. All accessories 2 miles north of Lawtey on

4734417. 1/14 tfn COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. Included $300. US301. Look for signs.
I Keystone Jg i'J BAKER L.P. GAS. Family Flbered Snow White Chest freezer, targe 782-3972. 4/1 tfn.

owned and operated, we Mobil Home Roof Coating almost new $300. Call 250 YAMAHA DIRT BIKE
- ---- ----- - - ---- - - - - strive to give better prices $34.95 per 5 gal. Starke 964-6052. Itpd 4/15 $200 Whirlpool trash

FOR SALE PERSONAL FOR RENT FOR RENT HOMES FOR and service, we soliclte their Paint Center 9648181. STOCK TRAILER. Call after 5 ; 6 ma,. old, $compactor ISO-.
customers to own 4/15 tfnMOBILE PM. 9648515. Itpd
SERVICES SALE. tanks We sell or rent HOME 1966 Knox, 3 M COPIER: Model 209. Used lawn mower, $36;
LAKE LOT sand bottomedlake FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES Queen size hide-a-bed
on LAKE FRONT near Keystone '. .. tanks and furnish 10x54 quality carpet converted Very good condition many
in Hillcrest $800 $130 and up. 473-2879.Loke'Genevd SALE' Lake"Geneva ,jcyjlnders.259.JS810. ... ..... $400 Oi ica II sofa.'rust and beige net
baths FOR pl.
CARPENTER WORK* Heights, 2 BR, 2 : : *! BR.$3.000 .J 'condition; $600.Mwlllsell
down $146 44 per month Home f Salh.' : ..,,782.3349 3/25 4tch< ,4/15 964.5606.4/.15..Ifnr paid
Mobile :770'
Remodeling work, kitchen Patio. 473-4186 I : rfcme $ ;i j M 904-462-3841.; w White ;
for .
Phone 473.4058 or cabinets, and trim Park. 411. tfnchg J. A .*H .3.'''O Hi *. ddWiyh$99"m6ntHi" or I r MODERN' MAliyfiectflc\ !{'!5, -OXtVVV RbOF1Ndj f MAR'I.k' !ililn4cs' ; SfMAeV.tngt.bed.
likenew. $75
4734367 after 6 .4/1 OFFICE SPACE facing -- ;
p m i Do"uble> I 25% dscountr! Orie-i week .
carpenter. Reasonable Lawrence Blvd/ Next door 3 BR, 1 BATH unfurnished 14X50 liberty. stove harvest gold con- '6'$4:144.9S8"SS3': :" ; .sewing' rnachlhV\ c; iW
LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone .. prices Call 473.2477, 7:30: to Andrews Drugs. Call home Brooklyn Lake wides starting at '$13,995. .I tlnous cleaning oven $250; 96.22; 106.91 only. April 1523. Bethel cabinet used very little,
Heights owner a.m. 5:30: p.m 4/1 tfnchg 4733411. 4/1 tfnchg. (Smokerise-Sub) CHSA Come check all of 'our Coke machine (can) $200. 117.60; 12829. We Church Road. Hwy. 230 to $175; Used 110 btu air conditioner -
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY model and special prices Call 964-5874. Itpd 4/15 manufacture. Jacksonville, 230 A. Yellow block house.
nnd ref.
financed 12 interest 2BR I BATH unfurnished WW carpet range $100. Call
percent WORK Building patios, '/. miles Eo.t.c>f Keystoneon 1978 PLYMOUTH VOLARE 4 Call toll free,
Lots on clear sand house In city. $195. Adults and drapes includedDamage : Classified Ads 94-5194: after 5 p.m. 4X82lchg
additions remodeling Hwy 10O. 4/1 tfnchg Dr., A/C 18003422702. 4/1 Stchg
steering <
bottomed lake to only. no pets. Keystone deposit required. power 4/15
Get Results
homes and tile work. Free 3 BR 1 BATHI.0400 Sq.Ft. onWoodlawn' V-8 $1995.00 firm, 4/29
sell 'from $9,900 One to Heights Realty, Inc. Realtor $275 month. 9648482. ANTIQUES: One pump
Drive, CH/A.
estimates. Phone 473.4473 9647184. 4/15
five acres overlooking lake 4734961. tfnchg IIchg 4/15 IIchg organ, very old; dining1'
available with during day. 4tpd 3/18-4/8 2 BR MOBILE HOME on Lake 38000. Call Keystone THE HANGMAN Is coming toTerwlilegor room set. walnut
(access ) ;
tfn Heights Realty Inc. Realtor Motors. Watch SAVE 15% 40%
nice trees from $3,600. Geneva Completely Classified Ads numerous pieces of 001<.
MLS 473.04961. 4/8
$500 down, $50 a month. ACCOUNTANT Retired.available Full. remodeled. First last and Get Results CUTE 2BR Concrete tfnchg blockhouse for dates On Your Electric Bill For sale or trade: 112 &

Commercial frontageinvestment .. parttime. security. Call 473-4165 USED ALUMINUM PLATES: Call St., Starke. 4/8 4tchgClasi1fied'A3'1
service Including tax lake access AClH.corpe" 100% Money Back Guarantee
opportunity after 5 p.m, 3tchg 4/1-15 24x36". 25 cents each. Used
returns. 473-2034.: 4tpd drapes, applicances. -
SR.21N. Owner-salesman 3/25-4/15 STORAGE 'OR BUSINESS 475-1720 Felxible financing in printing newspaper. Jacksonville 1-781-4233 Get
BUILDING. 25'x50'1 two Great for minor Result
473 4375.4/1
repair .
WORLD'S FAIR JOUR. An Invitation 29500. 473.2735. III""? A
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA drive-In door Zoned BB jobs. Bradford County
to loin Keystone $300/mo.Will consider sell YARD WORK 4I I IS,t'nchgClassified : lilY K IrltVi
access lots from $5.500, Telegraph. 964-6305. tfn., "
Methodist. 'Church .
United ) b"t"IYf
': "
$500 down. $71 74 per or' trade. Call Ads CARPET NEW > USED Fur- _., ?
5-day tour to the World'sFair. > :
month Discount on entire 473-4667.4tchg 4/1.22 niture & appliances. >> :
10 acres One Waterfron Leaves Keystone June OFFICE SPACE single' or Free Estimates Get Results Plumb. fixtures and pipes. MOBILE HOME 4o
16. Price Includes days at d1A (
lot' Call 473.4375. 4/1 World Fair and numerous double rooms available. 11t.t : BARGAIN CENTER. US-301 SERVICE POLES .I Jrl:
OAK FOREST LOT. 5 acres Carpeted paved parking. Huntlay fUdftarn't So.. 964-6679. 2/5 tfn '" ;
attractions enroute. A real lOriM* New Revealing Power through! G Dl:>
corner lot. Assume low Interest Keystone Office Center SER VICES DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN .
rate Priced 12000. fun trip.double Tatar price $375. 475-2160 after 4 p.m. 4/18 Steve BroadwayTREE I HOUSE: 301 South. '160.0ft Spirltuolit! -R.ode I Advlaohf"SoJie 9D
Call collect 2(9707.. occupancy.For tfn chg. 964-6740. We buy and ell
> reservations and Information SERVICE (.i fJ ftCAMJrf Any and all problems in life--
Walter Williams Realty 1.000 Sq. Ft. to approx. used furniture and ap-
4tchg3/25-4/l5 I I 473.4773.call Time Bill I. limited.West, 1,400 sq. ft. Directly in Removal :('-:24i: 4114340tr pliances. 8/13 I tfnRECONDITIONED '?50.00 I pasr,i present: & futir3TY2
CLEAN CONFORTABLE 90" front of Post Office ( TV'S: Colors Call Inytimt ANSWERS ALL QUESTLQt'4AJ lAVA

gold couch. Only $100. See YARD SALE Keystone Heights. Call Trimming W( 1I 471-4252 starting at $100.00. I Love'> Marriage I;Divorce Business e,All.Kinds.; pfflelp,;\
at Monitor office or call 473.2149 or 473.2014 4tchg /- Trade-in's welcome. Phone ; CALL OR WRITE FOR MORE lflljpllMATJpN.M| rf:>o I
4732210. 4/1 41556. 964.8212. 6/11 tfn
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. Furniture Free Estimate 1259-4511 MocclennyfSRIJI ieuth olc'u< ,
AVAILABLE MAY I, 12x60 Repairs Of Major FIREWOOD: White oak and .
.N' ,,
householdgoods -11..1 '
LOSTFOUNDWHITE clothing. 2BR mobile home on shaded pine $5 per truckload; Shop & Comparei'Spccia !! ,
lumber paneling 473-4732 Eltctrlo AppliancesServing
acre lot $150/Mo. Oak 4x4 $30 half cord.

CAT vicinity of 214 a hardware..m. .4 p.m.Sot., Lakeview, 4/17,Dr.9 37 Responsible I.2002 or 376.5938 tennants 2tchg only After 5 P.M. Bradford i 964-7699 Call Sunshine or come out Acres bet, Mobile Insurance Home Parks for \\1 UNDER'NEW OWNERSHIP: .;*. '0:0: 91:

and Baker Rd. .haired at Hwy-100 East.FR1DAY.SATURDAY. Clay Counties
4/15.22 ween 9:30: a.m. and 2:30 *All of home ,Bradford BarberShop' 9'I'' ,
neutered mole. April Keystone Heights types
one gold I laaRoe II..., ",s'eu and we'll load for
eye and one blue eye. Maybe 16-17 Hallman Rd. and you.p.m. 1/28 tfnEUNICE'S owners policies for (Acrbsi'frOrti{ Bali ock F'U rn1i'ii'j) .
wearing black flea collar Hwy-100 across from Pork '
NURSERY! mobile homes. OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK :
Answers to'Kltty.Whlte" of the Palm Sears 32" t .
Tomatoes hot and bell '. '
: :
Call for Quote *
or "Sandy"REWARD. riding mower with 7 h.p. :
Phone 473.3673. engine. Itpd 4/15 "We won't trust our hair to peppers; eggplant$1.50 container Olin's Mobile'Home I =----- -- -'

MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN DESK Loveseat, CHAIR.tools jewelry.TABLE. anyone but the professionals. '" miles Phone north 7823972.grown.of Lawtey located can.on 2 Sales SALESPERSON NEEDED' :.

Ave Jacobson.in High 6383 Ridge Dennison Estates US-301 Look for sign. ;3/25 Elaine M. Olin. Agent. Several openings' in Bradford Coun-.,'

LEGION HALL SR.21. near Keystone Heights. MISCELLANEOUSPERSONAL 964-5606 ty. Company>'j car possible after two

Saturdays, 7 p.m. and Sundays On. mile southeast of lighton v '- weeks training. Jacksonville.J.'

2 to 5. Public Invited Hwy-100 across from 4, 1-781-4233. .

.4/1 tfnchg Jo-Jo' Friday only. April : All members of
ALCOHOLICSANONIMOUSs 16 9 a.m. No early callers. the 1945 Bradford High

Closed I Itchg 4/13 I, Graduating Class contact I S/W/ Muffler' ,Discount Parts ... :

meetings Monday 8 p.m. R.F. Riggs 904-964-7704 or SemI-Truck Drivers '

Open meetings Friday 8 WANTED 904-964-7731, or Mary tr Heavy Equipment
p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 AAon-Fri t Sat Ellen Wadsworth Andrews, .Opmtm tun l.c..yJttfnt

p.m. All meetings 'at 904.376-7712 about Class i IIII

Educational Building. Com USED WILSON T-2000 tennis 9-6 ,, :v 93AMILY Reunion. 4/8 4tchg 4/29 j t-IOII-a42-1414 -
munity Church 473-2790 or call
racquets, 473-2210 or
479-2130. 4/1 tfn chg. 473.4380 after 5:00: p.m.tfnpd AUTOGRAPHS of world Mobile Homes
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 2/4 famous people. Write to

dues, lees or weigh- ROOMMATE WANTED P.O. Drawer A, Stark, Moved 99 Qt No Limit 964-5677 .d

Ins open meetings Tuesday Working female nonsmoker Flo. 32091. Itpd 4/15 Local or statewide

7:30: p.m., St. Anne to share 2 BR home THE HANGMAN Is coming to moveS Set-up & connections '

Episcopal Church with same In Keystone Terwillegar Motors. Watch I done. Call

Keystone' Heights. Thurs. Heights on Lake Geneva. for dates. Hill
1-462-4587 evenIngs Feed5095SR218
Clay :
day,9:3O: a.m., Community Beach, swimming and I;ooeea2s4eceoc.'ooee.ee.d :
State Bonk of Stork.
boating per month
473 2790 or 964-8587. 4/1 q
plus $100 security deposit.
tIn chg. Call Mrs. McDonald at OPPORTUNITIES e LIMEROCK ee Middleburg Florida :
BINGOLions, Club across 473-2722 2tchg 4/8-15' ,
from high school. ROOMMATE WANTED U.S. POSTAGE STAMPS! DRAIN ROCK e 282-1063 "

Tuesdays Early Bird 7p.m Working' male tof share Own own business.:
:, Regular, 7:30: p.ml: large house on Lake Keystone Notional company Immediately e GRAVEL ROCK e 100Steerl3.5.7. .35!

Public Invited. 4/1 tfn chg. Geneva. Great fishing and $ needs a BUILDING SANDS 100 Horse 12%, . . . ... 8.3
booting. $110 per month distributor in this area to

Quality Painting and $100 security deposit. Kutters :d service pre-established ac C A-1 TOP SOIL e lOOff Whole Corn.7.9;

Interior Exterior Call weekdays Scott after at 6 471-2293.p.m. on "I\r,;, .,'" counts.Minimum No Investment selling. ANY AMOUNT 500 21% Chunx. ,.' . . . .7.75

FREE Estimates 2tchg 4815DOUBLE I "-} '. $4995. Call TOIL FREEI8008352246 50# 21% Ration . . . :. .6.90
BED INNERSPRING HA/K/ CAR CENT l: Ext. 112. or PH. 782-3172

References MATTRESS Good condition. AN APPOINTMENT! CALL 4737P29 "'. write S.E.I., Inc., 811 50# 26% High Protein . . . ..7.90t
Call Dave Hamiltonat Call 473-2210 daytime. fOR Atlanta Road Cummlng Allen E. Taylor ,I Discounts Per Ton

473-3919 4/8tfnchgr ..--- .-- : Co. 30130. 4/8 2tp 4/15 ,
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New & Used MIMOSA MANOlt MOl
Color TV'sAntenna's BATHTUBS REFINISHED: In PROFESSIONAL Car Cleaning HOME PARK mobile hon',es bedroom apartment MEDICAL TECHNICIAN: with
home. Guaranteed.Free and space for re"t' ONLY $13.000. An attractive Florida License and I ill
your Service Cleaned Lights and water Included rt ar
with well
Recreational vehlcwelcome. I'.. building general Laboratory Experience.
estimates, $79,95 washed Call 9645033. 4/15
glazed Itchg
In vacuumed
Spec. recavingChann.l' Phone 468.29 and septic tank on a lot In Excellent salary
30 & 47 99.95. with sink Ultra. sanitized, and 12. GOOD LOCATION) I In the country. Can be used and fringe benefits. Apply
Glaze. 964.8903 3/11 tfn deodorized $7,00, pickup Stark., 3 BR. I bath block REALTYPHONE
for different
I 782-3577 HOUSEKEEPING and sl le. many purposes at Bradford County
i D*
house, Has
GOODMAN CAR WASH and delivered stove.j'r .
f t am 0 7 pm or your Ing room, TV and i : Investment property Hospital Personnel Office,
tars x. Wash wax and vacuum place. Call 964.7226, ask Underwood Motel, 3 ml; refrigerator, washer/dryer office, small hori>, or 9646000. Ext. 141. 4/8

I (inside and out), $IS. Corner for Dennis. 12/10 tin North of Starke on Hv*", hookup, large yard, no club house. Call 964-6798 HELP WANTED Meadow

YARD SALECHOUSE SR-16 and 301, Signal FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS 301. 10/9 tfn pets $225 per mo. first for appointment to look at Fresh Distributor needed 964-7776

Station. 964-8283. 2/4 tfn 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROO M- last and security deposit. this nice property Itpd phone 964-8291' after 5 '

'-' OF AUTO REPAIR road service, 144 W. Call St. dining room & kilchi.". NICE 4681509.ROOMS Itpd FOR 4/15 RENT 4/15 p.m.. Interview at Starke TER""LEMR 205 N. Temple Stark
.. pick up and delivery 24 964-7303 central heat and air. ''n Rec. Center Friday 7:30:
: Colored TV and air $40
I 212
-JIlJ'.11 Believing per
hour Average I day ser Open Hampton. Phone 468-17:''. p.m. 4/8 3tchg 4/22
k.9: a.m. ,ito 5:30 week and up. Wall to wall IT'S INCREDIBLE I
0'11!l at p.m.come vice. 9647553. 3/4tfn T.W.4F. 9 til 5:30 ((1st months rent In ads carpet. Call 964.9992, ask WORKING MOTHER: needs WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
see us our BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Thurs. 11 AM til 7 PM vance.S/7) tfn for Jon. 3/18 4tchg 4/8 PRICES PAID for used mature person to care for S
n>w location. 3/H tin
$20, fREE MERCHANDISE: sharpening service, circular 501.09 AM tll 3 PM LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR:. FOR RENT 2 BR house, Im- mobile homes if mortgageIs S 6 yr. olds during evenIngs Doublewlde Mobile-Home BR, 2 BA on
carbide BA on Crosby Lake. P, 3/4 OLIN'S and weekends In my
hand AppointmentsNot ormaculate, ref.. con paid or more
Economically prlc.dI.w.lry furnished home. Call 9645807. 4/15 1 (Indscp. acre. Hwy 16, rang, refrif. ,
,. beautiful home chain mower blade hollow Always Necessary tidily One y rl> port, fenced front and back MOBILE HOME SALES
decor Items for hosting a ground and balanced. 1/7 tfnADD lease $225 per mo. W.lj!3 el' yard, $250 lease and 9645606. Open 7 days LIVE-IN COMPANION: Must D/W, carpet drapes only 21500.

Lady Lloyd party. Call Leave at Jackson Building A BEAUTIFUL DECK to Realty, Inc., 2825201./2 security deposit required weekly TFchg drive car. and$75 board.per week Call $13,000 financing, Immediate occupancy. -

Chris. 9646279. 4/1 4tchg Supply In Stark., Keytsone your home. $5.50 per ..q.ft. tfn 625 Pinewood Dr. phone AXLES TIRES: 2 axles + 4 plus room .
9645855. 415Motorcycle
964.8073.3/25tfn tires. We pickup $100;
.4/22 Height or Lake Butler Include treated lumber
ROOMS for rent at I li>w You deliver $125 Olms Vlllos-A In with low
Bradford new concept lifestyle
MOVING SALE Furniture, ALCOHOLICS and kllled labor. Call for _______
weekly rates. Call Tern) Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. maintenance; adult housing offering charm comfort C
baby Items, nice ladies ANONYMOUS Phone estimate, Lawtey, HOMES
Motel 964.7357.2/18 EC w 100 W Starke. 9645606.
cloth., .:, 8; ladies shoes, 964.5148 or 9647619. 782.3330.4/8 tfn MOBILE HOME :2 bedroo, 1974 550 FOUR HONDA quality along with energy efficiency.
m. FOR SALE TFchg e. * * *
... 5; queen and twin size SEWING MACHINES WHEELS OF JAX., INC. 1 bath on one acre fenci,id, __________ ____ CASH PAID for aluminum Motorcycle Runs good EXECUTIVE HOMES

eadboards; piano ex'Fellent REPAIRED: All mokes Mobile Home towing, garage, storage shed $2 00 cans 21*. Copper brass Asking $600 will Beautiful brick home with 8 ac. 2800 .q. ft ft
condition; lot. of cleaned oiled and adlust.d blocking and anchoring.Call per mo. $100 deposit. C all LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, and batteries. H & R Block negotiate.. Call 473.7156 ,
(lhisc.items. Hwy. 230 to $15. Work 1398.6679 or 964-5889 622-5620 after S p.m. II 25 2 BA with large roomsFireplace. office, 31 S. 6th St. Mac. after 6pm. and anytime .$58,500 assum. mortg. at
brick home 2300 ft. 4 lots
CH4A on
730A. Bethel Church Road weekends. 4/8 tfn opprox. iq.
after 7 4/1 Stpd 4/29 tfn
guaranteed. James p.m. 12x20 screened Benny, Florida. Call
yellow block hau... near school Keystone. Aisumable mart at 8' Stove
Strickland corner Morgan GREEN THUMB SERVICE PALMS APARTMENTS Finished .>'. porch. Privacy garden. 2596992. 1/07 tfn
Fri. & Sat. 10 D/W, fans
(JThurs., a.m. refrlg. compactor disposal ceiling irplcgreenhouse.
til Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg Albert William, 7823248. efficiencies and 1 Many extras One yr. old. WANTED TO BUY Coins,
16p.m. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. 4/15 3tpd 4/29. BR opts., weekly or me InAllum.. mortg, 1 I'I'/s! / gold and sterling silver
4 Avon FAMILY bottles GARAGE, clothes SALE, : Free estimate Handy- THE HANGMAN I I.coming to thly. NEW FURNISHI ED, after 5 PM. 473.7059. 1/21 J.R. Bullington 9646250. 10 : What a way to Live, luxurious brick home neat Country
appliances Club, well
STUDIOS. 2313 designed
Man Fence Co. 964.8559. Terwlllegar Motor Watch N. T.mF'! tin 3/181fn
baby furniture, tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER for date Ave.. Starke. 3/11 tip 9/02 ONLY 13000. An attractive CASH PAID FOR ALUMINUM Stop In for FREE Affordable Elegance Handsome, new brick home ,r, '
household items. Satur- CANS 21 & Summer Connerly Estates Finest Insulation frplc., spring water
: cents, copper, Spring
$ay. April 17 corner of 301 REPAIR Call DAVID'S COMPLETE ROF- 3 BR unfurnished house I for frame building with well Choice home Club 3
brass batteries. H & R Quality Magnificent Ig. Country
SJk Rd the Office 110 W. FLER Family Hair Care and tank on a lot In CatalogJoin
Edwards at the Cenfury Shop rent 9646841. 3/25 tf septic
fam.rm., 2 lots circle
Block Office, 31 S. 6th St., BR, 2 B, HUGE frplc. driveway
21 office. Itchg 4/15 Call St., Starke, for detail Cu b-Perms.S ets-Colors. 9 FOR RENT Lovely roo m, the country. Can be used Macclenny Fl. Phone Exciting Place Geneva Lake Est. energy eff home
APRIL U C 17 9.30 til 5 tfn AM 9 PM. dally for different,
; a.m. 9645764. except private bath reasonal)le many pur- 259.6992. 3/25 tfn the lucrative $45.000 VA $37,826, 8Vi*.
301 South at Jo-Lu Wed S Sat, 9 AM to 6 PM. 9646035. mtg.
,..m. GLASS CUT TO ORDER rent 4/1 4tc hg poses: Investment property ROOM MATE WANTED
Motel. Furniture, bedding Door, windows, etc. 371 W. Macclenny Ave., 4/22 office, small home, or Female 18.28. student world of shed
or enclosed
Silver Lake. 83' 2 fenced
4 SA.
BR large
,lots! of odds and ends. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY M ocden ny. 2596277. 4/8 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES I for club house. Call 964 8798 working, to share rent & MEADOWFRESHFARMS covered .

I Itchg 4/15 9646078. Orders also Stpd 527CUSTOM rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Cia'>e for appointment to look at utilities; $100 share picnic ar.a.Lot
your Inc. on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees $14.000
to Call 468-13 23.:' ,
token in Lake BUtler WOODWORKING prison. this nice Itpd
property. per mo no deposit. Dupl.xaportm.nt Board/batten Lk. 8rool lyn."I,800.
4/1 tfnMOBILE cottage. <
MOBILE 496-3079 and Keystone Church benches, gun 4/15 2 BR, 1 both, and build your
HOMES FOR REN T Custom built home Little Lk. Santa F. 2 Ac.$110.000
Heights 473-4973. 2/26 tfn cabinets kitchen cabinets, : SPACIOUS OLDER HOME. 3 liv. room, kitchen In future.
HOMES mile from Starke cl I own Bedford Lk.-Owner fin. 77000.
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK chino cabinets, bookshelves IE BR. 1 BA home with I U ft. Starke, quiet location
limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 This is an unusual Silver Lake: 2 BR. 1 BA. $350 Mo Rent or Buy.
FOR SALECOMMUNITY SERVICE: Bradford County coffee tables, picnic ceilings; wooden floors; 3 mature occupant. Send Inquiry -
Call 468-1323. 4/1 tfn BUY NOW I PROFIT LATER
residential pump-outs, tables All Special fireplaces 5 acres, fencedon to Everett, P.O. opportunity for ambitious
Bessent Rd 3 BR, 2 BA CHI A.
/ :
$50. We also re-lay drain Orders. Call 964.5227.8 SMALL TRAILER on Samps, and cross-fenced. Many Drawer 206 Starke FL men and
MOBILE -CB 3 BR, IVt B, with pretty wooded acre lot 'in town excellent
line*. Phone 9648121. 2tpd 415LICENSED Lake. Access to boathoi,.. extras. 73500. By owner. 32091. Prompt confidential women interested in
HOMES: Factory owned"and condition, some financing $41,000.
reply by mail, phone or
and dock. Beautiful I at. Lawtey. 7823054. 4/15 tin
operated. Slngl.id. .- meeting. Itpd 4/15 earning extra Income. Frame. 3 BR, pecan tree. 239.11'on paced SRD-18 1 635.
SawyerSladeAppliance Call 964.6408; or la ke COUNTRY HOME: 3 BR 1 BA
: .* starting at $7995; NURSEWill number 9648416. It pd frame. Workshop trailer, OFFICE WORK IN MY HOME. Equal or double your Ac. High A Dry. $23,500. Good Buy I

oublewldes, starting at 4/15 Bookkeeping typing income. Start Owner Financing In lawtey, 3 BR, CH/A. Appro 1500'
9 of land.
b13995. US-301 N. Starke, provide room board & FURNISHED APARTMEr.Utilities .ITl hook-up on acres payroll accountsreceivablepayable. sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pvd. driveway, garage.
4 ml. south SR 100.
-964-6741. 4/8 tin.CARS Microwave TlC for elderly person. Included. C,all on Ex. part-time. 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x40 MH metal born eat'
38500. Call 9648350.
... 964-7138 perienced. Reasonable $38,000.
964-5261 or 964-6112.15 Contact Mr. Raulerson 7 peach apple trees. Grapevine.
& Cooking School 2tchg 422APARTMENT Itpd 4/15 rotes. Call 964.6474 Wed., Lots 63 ft 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesitet $4 90C>
PM Saturday, Room 128
TRUCKSJEf : Three root thru Fri after 6.30 p.m. Commercial on Hwy. 301 Owner financing

,.],. April 20th with large screened por;.. FOR RENTApartments Weekends, keep trying. Holiday Inn. 809 N. Westmoreland'Nearly new Assum mtg

CARS, PICKUPS from 5-7 Mary Kay Off-street parking. Adu Its 4/15 tfn.OWNEROPERATOR'S. Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx I a
7-9 for
$35. Available at local pm pm Cosmetics only No pets Ci ill w/155 ft, on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to In
,ov't. auctions. For directory Call 964.7701 964-8498. Itchg 4/15 1.;& 2 short and long hauling. Well Commercial with 120 ft on US-301 Good buy'

call 8056876000. Ext. Louise Starling MOBILE HOME on Grif fit BedroomI Call 944-7489 located atFaulkner's Geneva Lake Estateswooded '., ac, tots, terms Cleat,
for Information Realty All Fla.
. |1'1211.| Call refundable. 3/25 '473-3092;; Loop. First last pi,us Furnished 'unfurnished, Trucking Truck Drilling neighborhood w/rolllng hills Tennis court
deposit. No C I
I\ .f&bfl eYJiW) .OCM.. lot :ire .&. Jteservatfons Eves.Weekends ,964-8816.:1tpd4/5 pet' .$2.5 $200.HQUSESi,3bedroom Brokerage 4/15 3tchg . ...... .. 0 ..... 615 Melton Terrace-See Approclotf I IAcreageDavis
-.''' <."n. "'I 4/J S,. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park
(I) ; A (I,4 2" thru 6"
V'70 VW BEETLE: Run good I bedroom house $160 .5 Acre near Hampton. Well elec pole, septic tank

J took* good great gasynileage. $300. Fast Rotary 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
peed(, repair.Air Must conditioner see toappreciate CALL 964.7521 "'HO\lI1'iFL\TION: Drilling Equip. j .40 Acres New River. High and rolling.

or 964-8404 Life looks State LicensedPumps
this little brighter when
gem SECRETARY . . . . .
$1000. Call 431-1114, afterp.m. you have a second Income

,J5 4/8 tfn Starke Clinic Classified Ads selling Avon. Call 1978 DODGE MAGNUM XE-VS A 'C, Auto trans

1981 1/2 TON custom deluxe ( ) Get Results 175-2467, Mildred Henkle.! . . . . S-Control., E-Wlndows. nice, lUll $2,800.
:i0. Chevy Pick-Up truck. 1977 PLY. VOLARE PREMIER WAGON A C Auto
& Used
7000. 12.000 mile. Ability to type a minimum of 60 correct words per minute required. BiOBi1N811s.r. New Trans., Windows, S-Controle Ilk. new just SI 850

,264-5606., Itchg 4/15 Organizational skills and ability to take dictation preferred. With inter- 4 BEDROOMS SalesePartsoServiceEZ VOIKSWAGON RABBIT Fuel Injection A C

K' views, typing and a written test will be administered.This Excellent location, beautiful property 1st time on the TermsPlumbing speed Trans. AM/FM Stereo w/tape, nice ..us)
LOST/FOUND . . . . $3.800.
is a temporary position for approximately 6 months with a possible market 43900.

extention of 4 additional months. 11'/.% ASSUMABLE MORTGAGEBrick 1971 GMC PUTRK Auto. Trans? $350.

A PAIR OF' CHILDRENS APPLY IMMEDIATELY TO: 3 bedroom 2 baths central heat A air fireolace 1968 FORD PUTRK with camper sleeps S tell
contained, A/C, nice, $1,500.
>* lest night of Brad '4 CLINIC 56000.
ford County Fair. If found HARDWOOD FLOORS New InstallationRemodeling 1979 CHEV. CHEVETTE Auto. Trans., A/C. AM FM
321 W. Madison St. P.O. Box 399
Stereo, nice, $3.800.
COITW2-0723. Gainesville; this 3 bedroom block home, nice corner Repairs
o/am, tPK339| N. Thompson Starke, Florida Compliment lot $32,500. . . . . 1977 PONTIAC LEMANS, Sport Coupe, nice $2 500

,., 61o1k..11 Vcha.41.JSClasstieaA1Ids (904) 964-8382 WEST MADISON STREET DurranccPUMP& 1977 FORD MUSTANG 4Cyl.. Auto. Trans A <

CONTACT PERSON: Nancy LukeAn Terrific older home 3 huge bedrooms. I 1'1. baths. Living . . . . AM/FM Stereo like new, $3,100.
15'x35', this is a new listing 1968 JEEPSTER COMMANDO 4 WD $1.000
tqual Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer room & Dining room
Get.Results' 60000. 1978 CHEV. MONTE CARLO. V-6, A/C, Auto T.o.iLow .


SYSTEM Building lots from $4,500 some with city water & COMPANY $3,950.NORRIS

AVAILABLE' VACUUM @asie oxi% -g sewer.BUILDING LOTSIn . . . . .

Rlalr lA BRP'Nther. Is'no SALE town $3.:250.NEIGHBORHOOD. 864 N. AUTO SALESSR

uch thlrl'g'o'dttbbsolutelyurglorptQ9t !" Realtor Temple Ave 100. Between Lake Butler & Stark.

nterf) and NEW &,;USED 904-782-3931 PROPERTIES INC. REALTOR Starke Fl. lake Butler, Florida

on't believe any.pesans.wh'o We Finance Our Own . . .,. . .
tells "- KIRBYS U.S. 301 South near Bradford Square 496.3900OFFICES
6 you
3 BR. 2 8A MOBILE HOME on 5 oc. Screened porch utility/ 964-7061
ha However a
ie one. ROYALS shJ and barn. terms. $29.500 cash. .
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good alarm .$4wIlF'elp 964-5231
EUREKA:)' IN COUNTRY en 2 ac. 3 BR. I/ BA perfect garden space I I
deter and/or detect,
nost burglars -and afford ELECTROLUX I COMM. LOT and build w/2400 iq ft. $12,000. Q CHAPTERS

KOU pedce'ef tmrlAl; k,3 'FILTER QUEENS SOMETHING DIFFERENT' In a heme In Strawberry Acres. -; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7, 11 and 1\:

Wh.n the alarm com- SEARS You awe (t re yourself to leek. 21. LAKE CITY BANKKL'I'T;

:$>ony representative call _CLOSE TO HOSPITAL_ One acre homeslte, 4oefe $5.000. Il
ifr-erey;: tiywrU'wonf' to r'COMMERCIAL J,Bit HOME. tU.OOO. $3.000 down. 12* Int. 15 yrs. 0AMERICA'S JACKSONVILLE CODE

Sake a complete inspec- rWe repair all makesAl IN COUNTRY 6 Ac.. $10.500:10 Ac.-$23,000; 30 AC 21,000.

ion!'of your.,homej The Let, Lawtey area. $2,300 NUMBER 1
eat alarm system'protects Young'sSince NICE' 3 BR fieme en lovely tre.-shad.d let. $21,500.
he entire perimeter' of a 1957 PERfECT MOBILE HOME SITE/ 10 Ac., born and mere. BUSINESS AND CONSUMER

lame -. meaning every 964-6918 1.11ACRES WITH lovely SOLD mobile borne CHJA only CENTURY 21 ''

which oor and a window burglar through could :3 MUet, north of. 33000. )and e-IMd.-fii.irksof>lWI I (Vnnirv 21(Krai'rtmirv Milan-Ci 11 H.'ul> I I"r.: : :: |: :;:;::\::,: 'dtr:: ;,NAK' ,in U S A BANKRUPTCIES AND

infer *-" and areas ____Stark. an UUG1 REORGANIZATIONSFARM
where valuables are k.pt.row.v.r.lnt.rnal.y.t.m.. '_ ---- ANDOPERATED.EquutIlrxtxutgOppmunuyNORTH ; L.I
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offer good deterrence Bradford

the budget-minded family. House an lake. 2 bedroom, I bath large rock .ntals. J Register Oil & Gas REORGANIZATIONS
Most reputable alarm fireplace, custom kitchen. Screened In 10x36 front

companies will Install and 'deck overlooking lake. Has 100 feet lake frontage. U.S. 301 North / JStark. 308 S. Thompson Street

maintain a local alarpisystem Paved road frontage. Immaculate beautiful setting. < .... 964-5888
which will ring a Plenty of swimming boating and just Ideal living. I e FINANCIAL COUNSELING

bell or sound a siren or $59,500.00, excellent terms ._- 964-8807

buzzer on the premises. I TIler v
Many firms also provide Large trout stream 6.55 acres all pasture land fenced : .Tables Ladder

Tentral reporting alarms has a small stream on one side and bordered by a Mowers '.Chair Fish Cookers Grills DEBT RESTRUCTURE '
fthlch silently signal the large swift flowing trout stream on back. located on

alarm company's headquarter state paved road, plenty of room for cattle' horses a Small lawn Engine Mower Repair Lubricating Oils Solvent Tires .I'wt''
several house Owner said sell
to dispatch police and only 2250000. Chain saws

and perhaps alarm company 'pay $5000.00 down assume loan. and Sharpened LP Gas Fuels Batteries -COMPOSITIONSAND
agents. Some companies -

will offer direct Highway frontage 1,94 acres located on Hwy. 60 long --_ EXTENSIONS

alarm connection to the hwy. frontage, dandly building site, good for businessor

local police or fire department house. Priced right al$85000.00 only$2000.00 down

If permitted by local 'I makes you the owner. Suzuki of Starke ..5.


three services and all These are a few of over 2000 listing We have all U.S. 301 S., Starke 9646020Portable Q

tfiree have certain odvontbges. types of property from $500.00 per acre and up. W. WORKOUTS

have small tracts, we also have several cabins,

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I ]Re-Stocking to be Tried at Lake ApopkaOnce 1 \.

Lake Apopka was brimmingwith "Natural reproduction of tempt to bring the fishery back to the Holcomb said the stocking shouldnot I
bass has been ," lie said. be reviewed as the solution to the YOU COULD....
largemouth bass. Today, it's virtually largemouth virtually lake! decline. "Habitat and water WISH
empty of the game fish, eliminated; he said, "because of the fishery .
condition of the In waters where more successful quality restoration are the only per. HEAR BETTERIAttend
because of long term environmental highly degraded
manent remedies for lake Apopka'sbiological
lake. bass spawning occurs,
abuses of the lake.
"These characteristics make reproduction is more than adequateto problems.
Smokie Holcomb, director of the
"Contrary to past efforts, a major
sustain the population and fincrling OurBetterHearing
Division of Fisheries of the Game and Apopka a candidate for experimental will
stocking is a wasted effort, he explafited habitat improvement program
bass he
stocking of largemouth ,
Fresh Water Fish Commission, said The abundance of natural have to be accomplished so that WorkshopApril
fish population sampling over the
bass food available in Apopka for young lasting improvements in Apopka'ssport
has bass "Some 500,000 largemouth
10 shown that "
past years be achieved, he
fishery in the lake is "functionally fingerlings will be stocked in Apopkathis bass to feed on offers a reasonable fishery can 14 15 & 16
said. ,
j nonexistent" spring in an experimental at- chance of success.
1 9 a.m. 5 p.m.

Bad Checks Proliferate American Commer'ce, Society

Have hearing electronically tested by a factory't'
and financial institutions felt the in- your
tinct It can be hard to remember that The fact Is that consumers are trained Hearing Aid Specialist. Fact-filled pamphlets,
Americans have become so ac- more bad checks than ever. crease in bad checks but the con-
customed to the convenience of krlsnacvShatPrnonevKid According to the?Federal Reserve, 32 sumer also has been a'fected. Withouta on hearing loss and what can be done to conserve the
writing checks, that sometimes cash ,' writmillion; bad checks were written last multitude of I.D.s and credit cards, hearing you still have will be available FREE of
be In the bank before a check Is
transactions seem to have become ex- year aione. )Not only have retailers 1is.\ sometimes difficult to get a charge.
ten retailer to accept a personal check.
And, in the event a check "bounces,"
most "stores, impose a service chargein INTRODUCING.... y
I I Hampton Hilites addition to the financial institu- THE PERSONAL AMPLIFIER

.. -... .- tion's overdraft charges.
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joel and Mrs. Bill Meng, Dana and Many people believe that The aid specially built for r x
By Dolores Meng Smith, in Jacksonville. Michael of St. Pete, Mr. and Mrs. "floating" a check, or writing a check your loss. q x x,$
Phone: 468-1913 Among those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kent of Orange Park, and before making a sufficient deposit to .
Gerald Adkins on Easter Sunday Angela Meng of Jacksonville.Mr. cover it, is so widely practiced that it Fits your ear and your ear "' ,t
Senior Citizens MeetingThe Club were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of and Mrs. Glen Bowman of is proper. But, floating a check is not alone. 'a;,, Y y
Hampton Senior Citizens and Mrs. Joel Smith of left that cold just potentially embarassing, it's .
will meet on Friday, April 16, at 2p.m. Ocala, Mr. Sylvania Ohio, and The aid so inconspicuous
in the City Hall. Everyone is Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Emory snowy place to spend from Sunday to against the law. Florida law it's hard to tell you are even ''t
welcome! Prevatt, Jr., and Emory III, of Wednesday with the Paul Meng fami- specifically states that a worthless wearing onelSPECIAL! F
Local Musician Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy ly on sunny Hampton Lake. check written for under $50 con-
I of Starke. stitutes a second degree misde-
Wadsworth last
Jody spent
Jerry and Margaret Wadsworth meanor. If the check is written for
weekend in Jacksonville Mike
with hosted Easter dinner at their home. Hampton Klemetary SchoolTeachers more than $50, the violation con-
Keeble. Mike is the brother of Among those enjoying the good food and students returned to stitutes a third-degree felony, When you buy one pack of batteries during the .t
Michelle, the singer with the musical were Mrs. Madge Sullivan of Waldo, school on Monday to witness the con- punishable by a prison term of up to 5 workshop you will receive a second pack for only
group for which Jody play lead Karen Andy and Ada Griffis of struction taking place. They are look- years, and/or a fine of$5,000.To 1-centt!
guitar. This group is called the Starke, and Marjorie Douglas of ing forward to the new cafeteria and guard against writing a bad
Michelle Lynn Show,the Princess and Jacksonville. They also celebrated kitchen being built and the remodel- check, be sure to enter all debits and Refreshments will be served. And you are cordially in- i

and Her Court.sings with Michelle a band is nine consisting years old of Ada's 14th birthday that day. ing of the school building.New credits in your bank checkbook register and, vited to bring a friend with you.Koch's s
reconcile your statement
seven boys ranging in from 13 to
age were sorry to hear that Wessie Students checkbook regularly and allow plenty t
15 years. Saxon underwent surgery recently at Enrolling at school on Monday were of time for checks drawn on other Drug
On Saturday, April 3, they performed -
Roberson also Jason be credited to account.
North Florida Regional Hospital in Keri and Kristi banks to your
at the Orange Park Mall. They 166 W. Call St. Starke
Gainesville. She is back home now, Padgett in Cyndee Lawrences'kindergarten For a check drawn on a bank within
plan to perform again on April 16 at 8pm. class. Regina Padgett is the same city,collection usually takes t
and we wish her a speedy recovery.
at the Clay County Spring Arts Birthdays back again in Shirley Bagwell s se- 2-3 days allow 5-10 days for a check Please call ahead for an appointment to avoid waiting
and Crafts Festival at the Orange cond class. Michelle Kirchaine from an out-of-town bank to clear. 964-6757
Park Kennel Club. On April 10 Crystal Wilson was 7; grade
This also has Henry Stewart was also 7 that day. returned to Jim Lewis' sixth grade I And, most important, never assume
appear group with Ernest engagements Tubb, Louise to Tonya Taylor celebrated her 6th bir class. that a deposit will beat a check you've

Mandrell, and to perform in thday April 12. Michael Starling was 9 .. just. written, to the bank.. ... .. .
Nashville, Tennessee, this summer. on April 13. Pam Rhodes was 11 April "
On April 24, they will be doing a showat 13.
the Bluegrass Park in Lawtey CongratulationsFrank ( .
Easter Holiday Events Sheffield, Jr. and FFA C'O'm e''sh' 0" p."c" om'e. s- e"e'
awarded Reserve
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins spent member, was .
fine he exhibitedand
Champion on the hog
several Easter vacation days, with
their daughter and family, Mr. and sold at the Bradford County Fair.
Mrs. Donnie Knox in Atlanta, Ga. What will he ever do with that $1,115he
Mrs. Lilly Walker of High Springs was paid?
spent several days last week with Mr. Jimmy Parado was the lucky win-
and Mrs. Cecil Mattheus. ner of the ten speed bike given by St.Edward's !
Earl and Barbars Stover of Tampa in a drawing at the Fair. t kW come save
spent Friday night with their aunt and Kenny Clark is doing a fine job of
playing with the Class A Baseball a
uncle, Bud and Louise Mattheus.
Club in Anderson, S.C. We wish him
Mrs. Ernestine of Lake
George visited the Mattheus family continued success! I
Sunday.Mrs. Easter Visitors TG&Y is the place
Clarice Adkins spent the week Among those visiting the Paul ,
preceeding Easter with her daughter Meng family over the weekend were
Joe Meng of Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr.

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Fishing: a Low Cost Orane and Lochloosa lakes have gasoline sales and passenger volumesat The IRS has established
Source produced good crappie fishing for Florida's major airports. Gallonsof a special
of Protein those call-out unit. in Jacksonville which
fishing near hycfrilla beds. gasoline sold this
January were up makes calls
;In these days of In the Santa Fe River rebreasted fronWanuary 1981 around the state untie 8
high cost and inflation after a weak 1981 p.m. (7 p.m. in the Central
the best buy in Florida is the sunfish are Carting to spawn. fourth quarter. The corporate income Zone). "We arc Time
resident state fishing license. f-jisnermen using live worms fished on tax measure was also up at the end of explore new, constantly trying to
,At a cost of less than three cents per the bottom have been the most suc last year, gaining 8 percent over the methods for resolving more economical
day, the license is cessful. December 19110 level. delinguent lx
good for 365 ,
days matters DeWitt
24 hours a day. This entitles you aeyar Florida's Now is the time to enjoy this part of in addition;January's private total "as a result of our explained evening,calls adding we, Melrose Music Theatre
great outdoors. construction
to harvest game fish throughout the expenditures showed Increases are now able to increase
state. over the same month last personal
contacts with "
Florida !
:"With beef and pork at near record Economy year. However, private single-family delinquent taxpayers. Presents"Gilbert
high cost, fish are an excellent source Shows IncreaseThe and private multi-family home sales The special unit is now calling near
of protein and can be harvested with ,were down substantially. ly 1,000 taxpayers daily and about 250
minimum expense," said Jerry a Florida economy began the Employment figures look anytnmg Contacts are made after 5 p.m. Mostof & Sullivan'slolanthe"
Krummrich fisheries biologist for new year on positive note, with the but rosy. Between February 1981 and the people called during evening
the Florida Game and Fresh Water Florida Trcndline of economic indicators January 19112, the total number of hours are individual taxpayers while
Fish Commission. standing at 119.2 at the closeof jobless workers in Florida was up the majority of the daytime contacts r
:Fishing is outstanding during the December 981. an increase of 3 almost 21 percent. involve businesses. In addition to calling UINI Hf
months points over December 1980 according about unpaid accounts, the IRS
sock the freezer.and now Good is th time fishing to issue to figures of just released in the current IRS Calling Delinquent unit also inquiries about late tax April 22 & 23 & 24 ,
Florida ff.t '
already lakes in has north been Florida.reported. at several magazine.The business Florida TaxpayersThe DeWitt urns. .=- April 29 & 30 & May 1 _
average Trendline value in 1981 strongly urged Floridians to
:Newnans Lake near Gainesville of. was 119.7 points with the lowest value Internal Revenue Service is file their returns and pay their federal
fers the crappie fishermen something presently contacting delinquent taxes timely. "As of February I the
April at 118.5 and peak.
special, and excellent catches Florida taxpayers interest on Trinity Parish House in Melrose
have ing just two months later in June by telephone, and delinquent taxes is 20 per-
been reported recently. Best fishing 121.2 points.Florida at many of those calls are being made cent of the balance due and late(
method has been drifting live min- Trend during evening hours, accoridng to penalties can reach up to 25 percent, 8:15: Tickets 5.50
nows in water reports that encouraging Charles O. he added.
open near Palm Point. DeWitt, InS district director
!, ;signs can be detected in for Florida.

Tickets may be purchased at the fnllowint locations:

| ommission Prepared to Handle Nuisa Alligators i I Inee STARKE Bradford KEYSTONE Village Hardware IIGTS MKLROSK Ftossano's I

Co. Telegraph Ace Hardware Meat MarketGMAC
!i Seeing an alligator may be a longer distances in search .of their wore deemed valid as the
highlight of a tourist's visit to the sunshine normal habitat. did alligator foL
state but prove to be a nuisance or
numerous Flori- "Some alligators will be moving dangerous.
dians, it is not that
unusual. through inhabited
by humans, He said I Commission reminds in-
And while most travelers may seethe or to lakes, ponds and ditches in dividuals not to feed alligators. "That
alligator at any one of hundreds of residential areas," Goodwin said. is the iiickt'.st| way to make an Baldwin
tourist attractions in Florida, state The Commission official said that alligator become a nuisance," he
residents know quite well that one his agency is prepared to handle any said adding state law prohibits such
might be found as close as their local alligator when it does pose a dangeror feeding.
neighborhood, this time of year. nuisance to the human population."If "Alligators( by and large will bo

"Alligators will begin to move an alligator confining themselves in thewild.'rllE's
now poses a threat to the '
from dormant stage to one of increased normalcy of a community, a regional !> setting, ho said. "But Chevy
even lion( people should be carefulnot
mobility due arrival of warmer alligator control biologist is available
weather," said Thomas M. Goodwin, 24 hours a day to take the complaint," ing to take a chance." upon encounter
an Iligator.
chief of wildlife resources with the he said.
Division of To eft'rn inate the risk of possible at-
Wildlife of the Game and Persons should call the nearest
Fresh Water Fish Commission. regional office of the Commission, lack, persons should avoid swimming --
Goodwin added that the alligator utilizing toll-free numbers in their in arras inhabited hy)large alligators,
(reeding season also occurs during telephone book if they have a concern especially at dusk or night when the gE3.
the spring, further heightening their regarding an alligator. reptiles Goodwin are active. "0'
travels. "Last everyone that
year we received about 4,500
| He said with Florida's drough-like nuisance alligator complaints" he alligators arc listed as a threatened I

,Conditions, alligators will be traveling said. "About 2.000 of the complaints species, and,, state_ law prohibits n9
un.' ,, ."..;..0... ".100 g
Technology Industries -- -""u '6 ''''''" nf e e = .

prouting in Florida -

While Florida's longtime

bellwether industries of tourism, conduction Your Worn-Out FinancingIN
and agriculture have been
battered somewhat in recent years,
Jiew space-age technology Industriesre Central AirConditioner
keeping business flying high in
: he state, reports Florida Trend
justness magazine in its April special
: Economic Yearbook issue. ,
; From St. Petersburg to Melbourne / / ,.
:.nd Fort Lauderdale, electronics is Worth $50
Companies are taking root in
Florida's sandy soil, elbowing out r V6 )Ol x011tH rNOi 961.71100
range groves and retirement com- We'll give you $50 for the scrap value of your old "
,"unities. Boca Raton, once a sleepy central air conditioner-regardless of condition when STARKE, FLORIDASpecial

'retirement colony, has growrt-into a r .yOU buy\,a now Carrier.Ftajungprjp air
Scorning technology center sifted IBM .. ,h-conditioaer obrteat pump'!*_ N
*et up shop there in J967. ",-,5 .: .J.O C-J ':..; S FV.. .;:_ .
f l-'oreign trade and international The Year-Round One Heat 1cL
finance centered in Miami, have also Pump-saves you money with
:become big business in Florida over efficient cooling, cuts your
the past ten years. Trade with foreign heating costs in winter, Call
:xountries: increased from $2.2 billion for details''
Tin 1970 to$16,8 billion in 1980. "Miami _
3s: becoming an international money -
;center," says University of Florida
Professor Arnold A. Heggestad.
\f This widening of Florida's
economic: base has enabled the state
;k4 a whole to perform admirably overjjthe
past few years, even as gripping CALL TODAYI
{economic problems were squeezing
{the national economy. Unlike the ,
1S74-76 recession, when ; fate led-% ;
ouj 'I
{the nation in unemployment, the cur'nt recession is likely to causgonly;
oderate waves in the'VPldrfda,
:onomy observes Florida;Tf nd.--; /- \
In addition to articles analyzing the-,, ,Air .Conditioning a
te's economy as @,- this;
'cial annual issue of Florida Trend
amines the state on a &:egion-by-
gion basis to "zero-in' on'AJach'" 355 N. TempfQA re. 964-8744 t

ific business trneds in each area I i
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: 't- USED
Walleyes to be

sit il'uir"F u-'. Luhc. "JIIfi'l'i r- S w&:

,Exp essl 4311", uch .i'bCl: .t eating 1982 Ford EXP

Ih iJ i "be-really.., a
tayed en the"bottom/'or:: "walleyes $ SALE
pure/ are fuitoit&cajc) r ill:*< hear around barter Hiopi iiniiOhiffioriMichigan. Sporty Coupe

: The same expressions
might also'be heard in Florida within / 9
:the next few.years. -_ __ ctiAlligator 1981 Ford Granada$7595 1982 Ford $799500

Florida Game and Fresh Water 4 Dr CL Rep. $7995 Cargo Van
fish, Commission fisheries bilogists ,.
:are currenlty doing experimental 1981 Mercury 1981 Ford
stocking of the walleye perch to determine -/ Lynx$729500 899500
their suitability; oft ')native'* 2 Door Club Wagon
waters. 1s.9

The walleye Is a member'of'the 1981 Ford Escort 1982 Ford
perch family, one of the. largest, $639500 $999500Z
groups of North Americanr'fresh Door 1504x4
water fish which include 100 species. i'

Because of its excellent sporting 1981 Ford LTDo 1979 Ford $
Explorer 1 coo
qualities, large size and firm welt- $ QQC OO > >1Q
flavored flesh, the walleye ranks as, ; 2 Daor Reg.7995 Save O 5J O S.W.B.PIckUp* .*t *T *JJ
one of the most Important game Creek RanchHwy -

fishes in America. '.. 1981 Mercury 1976 Ford
Most fish are caught on deep- : 301 S. Starke 9646973For VQQR00 Courier$2495

running plugs, spoons and small spin- All Your Lawn & Garden Needs
ner type baits fished near the bottom.
"Koon Lake, near Mayo, will be the ZNN/\/\/FerwiI1egar
first north Florida lake to be stocked Sow / \ I. 4
," said Jerry Krummrich.fisheries Royal Feast 10-10-10 ;,(
biologist for the northeast region.

"Approximately $125,000,fish will Dog Food Pellets Fertilizer K981 "
be stocked Into the 125 acre lake and Mercury Cougar Motors
they should reach harvestable size s = 1
within 18 months," Krummrich com- $700 $530 $885 2 Door .

mented. 50 $Ibs 50 lbs 100 lnc1978
The walleye study Is in its very early 8995 :i The lowest
stages, therefore intensive investigation
,, will be necessary.. When You Need Poultry We Have All Your 206 W. Madison St.-, Starke I Prices Anywhere

Quarterly samples of the fish popula. Supplies, We Have IN le Garden Seeds, F1504i4 964-7200
the effects e
lion will be taken to
of the experimental stocking Incubators, Feeders, Fertilizers J Watch-tor our Opening of a
before other walleye stockings are at Waters Etc. Tllols; Etc.
tempted. 3495 \ New Showroom to yourDotpo better
"Largemouth bass, sunshine bass
and Inhabit different areas
within walleye a lake therefore all predator Clear Your Pastures With Our 2.4-D& Banvel (kills ,i

species can live in a body of water, weeds) Now in Stock. -Senior Citizen Discount-
without having harmful effects on
each other," Krummrich added.<

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Review of Broadway' /

Concert Slated by

Community ChorusThe


Starke Community Chorus, solo ,and small ensemble selections
under direction of Bill McRae, from Broadway's best loved shows. r
presents its first program In two As in previous concerts, proceeds t
years, a "Kevicw of Broadway," on from the "Ueview" will go toward anew I ,ra4. 'r
April 30 and May 1 at 8 p.m., Friday concert grand piano for the Brad
and Saturday at the Starke Woman's ford High School auditorium.The + ,, ( t9
Club dinner theatre of previous pro- t
The production will include many of ductions will be changed to a concert
the show-stopping tunes from such format for the "Review" in an effortto

popular local productions as""Fiddleron allow larger audiences for the two ..-- -__ '; ,...,. "!l; _,k. _'__""' ''''' '''. 'f""" the Roof,' "Oklahoma, "South performances. '
Pacific" and "Hello\ Dolly." These Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, Luck Be a Lady Tonight... First low' Wendell Tomlinson Don (lardy, Rennie Lennon, Jim erbnto..
numnbers will include staging and April 15, at Bradford High and Brad- David Shoemaker Lc Davis Donnie Kelly, and Director Bill McKae.
some dialogue, just as they were per ford Middle School main offices or The Community Chorus rehear "Sit Down, You're Racking the I'.oal" hccona row- Lolsl\loore. Mary Waterson, Judy Brown, Annette I'imutrrI,
formed in the play. from cast members. General admis- from Guys and Dolls for its upcoming performance at the Starke Woman's Esther.: Hardy Debbie Wooden, Carol Milner, Sylvia Reddish, Sharon
In addition to the production sion will be $4. For reservations, Club. Kussel, Vivian Bell, Robin Stern Mary Ann Kyle Diana Crawford, Sylvia
numbers the show will include many phone 964-8073. Chorus members are (\l-r1: Kroll, Rhonda Griffis Lisa Kelly.
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. By Elizabeth Terry
Lawtey News Phone: 7823300Mr.

and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson and Mrs. Jewell Underwood, of Green Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Moore and SYMPATHY and UNDERSTANDINGIs
!grandchildren( David and Eric, and Cove Springs, spent her three weeks sons, of Hollywood. The CHuck What You Get From
Terry Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond vacation with her parents, Mr. and Moores and Mrs. Ami Andrews were DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home...
Wilkerson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Earl Prevatt while she was Saturday overnight guests of Mrs.
Jones and family, of Lawtey, Mr. and recuperating from surgery in Fred Moore, Mrs. Gayle Moore and J We are an old established firm very experienced in assisting
Mrs. Tom Weber and family, of Alachua General Hospital, sons, of Orange Park, Jimmy Moore bereaved families through this time of sadness by making all
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mr. David Gainesville.Mr. and Miss Jan I'onscll, of Jacksonville, the necessary arrangements for service. '
Wilkerson and family, of Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt, of Mr. Rene Thompson and son met I We can help you make advance funeral arrangements and
and Mrs. Dot Reid, of Brooker, attended Gainesville, visited their mother, Mrs. Moore at church. Mr. and Mrs. limit cost. Now would be a good( time to visit DeWitt C. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkersons Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Friday, April 2, Tom Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Casey, Funeral Home' professional staff to acquaint yourself with
bir- and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs were .
mother Mr. Bama Lowery's'BSth in the afternoon.Mrs. the services offer.
thday party at the home of her Henry A. Carter,of Columbus Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Fred \ they s
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Montgomery S.C., spent the Easter holiday with Moore
at llahari, Ga., on Sunday her mother, Mrs. Flossie Rosier. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch and 1
April 4.Mrs. Rosier and Mrs. Carter spent friday children, of Gainesville, were Sunday DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
afternoon with Mrs. Arnie Abstain, of dinner guests of their mother, Mrs.
Fred Moore went to see her Micanopy.Mrs. Daisy Boch, and grandmother, Mrs.
daughter Mrs. Ann Andrews on Sun J.V. Edwards and Mrs. Bill Nellie Wilkinson. In the afternoon Starke Keystone Hgts.
day March 28 at Wildwood and attended Gainey and children, of Brooker, they had Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis 964-6200 473-317
services with her on Sunday morn- visited their aunt, Mrs. Rossie Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Daley! of ...".., -
ing. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Moore and they went strawberry pick. Palatka. Saturday afternoon they had
went on to Tampa to visit her sister, ing on Wednesday. Mrs. Maines Griffis and children.

Mrs.April Jewel 7. Wade While and there returned Mrs. Moore homeon Mr John Steele was able to come .3_._ e-- "' !I. A._ ____ __-_ < ..... \l A \
home( from Bradford County Hospitalon
and Mrs. Wade attended a ball game andis .,
Thursday having surgery

on Yankees Friday and between the Cincinnati the New Reds.York The Mrs.getting Lois along Carter fine.and Mr. and Mrs. :

Yankees won, 3 to 2. Lane Carter and daughter, of Starke, TI:1ui
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her were Sunday, dinner guests of Mrs.
sister Mrs. C.E.; Strickland, of Carters son-in-law and daughter, Mr. rP&7II.
Gainesville, Monday until Wednesdayof and Mrs. George Shuford and John. GRAND OPE'NlNG''
last week. She checked with the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith went to ;
clinic and Dr. Quick and both gave Savannah Ga., last Thursday and

her a good report.Mr visited his brother, E.E. Smith, who is -- t. ,, : ;' .
and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were in Memorial Hospital. He will\ bc "._'..- .. -.''7 1 I'ti,.J.\, \.._..,..,.., .

Thursday brother-in-law overnight Mr. Oscar guests Vanzant of their, of operated Mr. and on Mrs.Wednesday Craig, April Carroll 14.and I (r." NOW IN PROGRESSy! :; :T-v:: ; 'l FREE -

Callahan Mrs.. Donie Pringle, and Mrs. Mary family Easter weekend of Boca with Raton their, spent parents the PRICES WILL CONTINUE, ftp JttlSEy;,Al; V'/S:' B 5 Lbs. .

Sellers, of Auburndale, visited Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell, Mr. and 4 ...J'h', ; .. ,', 1/,' toEirWst YORK STRIP ; ,,
until Thursday with their brother- Mrs. Dave Kelly and family, of \ ; A'XS, : { !; R'C 50, Customers 4
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jacksonville\ Mrs. Pat Hayes and Mr. 377-1191
Conner. On Wednesday they visited and Mrs.'.Archie Crews were Sunday r..,, NO.VIONEY DOWN' >NO INTEREST' "
their sister, Mrs. David Shaw, and dinner)i guests of their parents, Mr. w;, \OR.FINAN 377.1192 .
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cutlaw, of and Mrs: Earl Troxell.Mr. ;' ; .CBARGE,
LaCrosse, and on their way home and Mrs. Don Kelly, of Starke, Save on.GAS; with i "
they visited Mr. and Mrs. George were Sunday dinner guests of their : : :one:stop shoppin

Rivers, of Graham. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Kel ,. r.:.: 1teY
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Thompson, of ly. '"
Savannah. Ga., are proud Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly and Mr.
parents of a son, Gary Lee, Jr., born and Mrs. Robert G. Kelly, of
March' 25 in Alachua General Gainesville, attended the Masters in '_
Hospital: Gainesville. Paternal Augusta, Ga., this last weekend. A vy rtl Y4
grandmother is Mrs. Daisy Thompson. Mr. Jack Wainwright, of 4' a R, I ',lk6h ,
Talahassee, spent last Saturday t o
Mr. and Mrs O.J. Boyette, Jr., and afternon( with his mother, Mrs. Truby
Angela were Sunday supper guests of Wainwright.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Buckhalter, of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boyette of
Valdosta, Ga., and visited friends Jacksonville Beach, were Sunday din- >.i | Hit lllr
later ner guests of their mother, Mrs. ''tun.on
Mr. and Mrs. II.D. Sheldon, of Mabel Boyette and her son-in-law and :! Jiff! i'JItfe VOlbv ;) "
Naples visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar daughter, Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. 1'J I > ,' .>' Carter on Saturday and they ate supper Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rogers, of 10 tb Spo.
at the Steak House. Athens, Tenn., spent from Thursdayuntil s ,
Terry Futch, of Jacksonville Sunday with their brother and '135L4 U5aA t r:
Beach, visited his aunt, Miss sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mc- kk
Elizabeth Terry, a few hours on Cully. net 4tl1 ,a6x/p+r, Ib7ybilo, '
Saturday.Mr. Capt. and Mrs. John Bloom and his } -MM V'f.SiilV'
and Mrs. L.C. Smith, of Dade brother Bill, of Fortworth, Texas, BONUS *!
City, were Wednesday dinner guestsof will arrive the weekend of April 17 !' *TJ 1 *"
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter.Mr. and will spend a few days with their r k#,; :,yw! '4, s .; i i rol 1r '
and Mrs. Ralph Futch and parents Col.\ and Mrs. Wm. Wilson U D Choke + '
daughters, of Black Mountain, N.C., and will go on their way to Japan. f I tl 5 j i
are spending a week with their Henry Hodges and son Mark attended I C* H <1v i ., vvK"-,**
parents Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green an Easter egg hunt and birthday
and other relatives. They came downto party at the home of Mrs. Annie Mae s n,.. f 4't''db l frVfplW&CH0lClt l: ;tj' .
help their parents celebrate their Crews on Sunday afternoon. + 1 1 /
46th wedding Mrs. and Keith of ,.
anniversary.Mr. Wyolene Day son I-/--- m
and Mrs. Frank Camp and their Jacksonville\ were Sunday dinner V(** .)< M' .K
Mrs. Debbie at- their sister s"',. ( ; :; h.1na .l rt **|* '
of Mrs. D.R.
daughter, Mobley guests + '; '
tended a cookout at the home of their Brown. !?* iwtaHHyt ,' ; .W< > '" ? 1 ? v
Jy I ; r :
nephew-and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Er- Sarah Hodges spent her spring iL *"
nie Mixon, of Orange Park. On Satur- vacation with her mother, Mrs. Xtl LLk4 I '.'V'fsJ'i ffliiKJMi t. .1" ;: ..WHfe;
day Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson, of Carolyn Campbell of Orlando. r- ;l
Starke, were there and also his Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were h ,+t'uiY
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Sunday dinner guests of their son and t / l'U, ? t A ', f' t.; '
Mrs. C.R. Mozingo of South Carolina, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. !
and also Mrs. Linda Tatum and Franklin Starling and family, of r (' '*? ,! 1'.1r" '
Robin. The occasion was to celebrateMr. Bryceville.Mrs. ,
Camp's birthday.Phil J.C. Tye, Sr., entertained
Eunice, of Lake City, visitedhis granddaughters Johnetta Tye and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tracy Daily on Easter Sunday with a
Eunice, on Saturday. joint birthday party, egg hunt, and i
Mr. and Mrs. Hcrmie Kelly and family dinner on Sunday. Those atten- 1 F 35 IB.BQNU'S.
Mrs. Jack Estes attended Holy Week ding from( Jacksonville were Mr. and
Services at the First United Mrs. F.L. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. 4 tilkZ w e1N
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall of Robert 3. Keith, Connie and Rex, Mr. ,
Starke three days last week. and Mrs. Paul Ray and daughters, :; kl.ti 5 .ekw
Mr. and Mrs. David Tomlinson and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tally and 44:1: '-..t1 4lt.aialY. i '.
Brando, of Lake Butler, visited their Chris Mr. and Mrs C.E. Pearson FREE '
grandparents and Mrs. Truman and Mrs. Louise Tally of Starke, andMrs. p,,, I' r.
Norman. John Tye, Jr. and John. o ? tom FROZEN VEGETATES

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M. 10 Lbj. Cauliflower

rt.. 11t. tCKRODEO i ;10 X r-lb. Carrots
% $ t' ;; '4.1'l' 10 Ibj. Corn
i' 10 Lbs. Mixed Vegetabfes
+ .

I Lake City Fairgrounds ATTENTION! ;, ; ': .w

,4., AH Beef Sold Gros ,Hanging Weight According ., ;' A + Matt wit*

April 16 17.18 mfr,, to Weight'AvailabtpT .'i -:.' M .J( tip" :, "1 "' i

Friday Saturday Sunday 4/;*'!'' 2, All Meats Subject Ear( cutting Los_, Hw y .. 1

7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. '3, All Meats Fully G aranteedr > +* ; '; ., < '
t."'', 4.,3 Months Same A" +C hNo iriteresVr.Natl : w / 1
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/ Percents ;ai Carrying 1 A, t'
Adults $6. Children $4. .'". PaidinOODaya; ", ,'(vv / *- -L wth+w tstBtrrFVt:. '
Advance Tickets: $3.00 and $3.00 *.+,!' 5f All.Meat Cut by'Apjpdintmeht' -

: Available at all S & S Food Stores 6. Ali Free'Iteins G y n'witH Purehase; 'i'

tit ";4 '17a Examples are E>anple! Only J Ir'i U I LP '

Weights May Va ?
'. Rodeo: Dance y Free Custom Ctlttiri appIng During'j'hi's' Sale'. ,' N.W, 1C

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