Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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March 5, 1981
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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mild temperature during the pat week, and Lowtey grower l.O. Gruff Editorial .... 4A i
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The forecast for Friday' through Sunday was"generally fair" with near normal Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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1 WeekFor

the second year in a row, the Steer Show is set Friday, April 3, at
Bradford County Fairhas been 1:30 p.m.
I $ postponed a week because of the Highlight of the final day of the fair.
es) schedule of Miss America,and is now Saturday, April 4. will be the B-U 4-H
set for April 14. and FFA Steer Sale to begin at 7 p.m.
,1 } The 31st Annual Fair will open Advance price tickets for the mid-
Wednesday. April 1, with ribbon cut way are still four for a dollar. Ride
wtl.t ting ceremonies at 11 a.m. Taking tickets are available at the Chamberof
r part will be the newly chosen 1981 Commerce office at Madison and
t Strawberry Queen and the 1980 Walnut Streets in downtown Starke
I Strawberry Queen Robin Stephens, at Brooker and Hampton Elementary
y, k" along with some local officials and Schools at Starke Elementary
t r rI. dignataries. School, Southside Elementary and
Annual Rural-Urban Day Bradford Middle School. In Union
ceremonies, in which members of the County tickets are available at Union
Starke Rotary Club begin work before County High School.
daylight to prepare and serve a fried Close to 100 booths will be set up at
chicken dinner will begin Wednesdayat this year's fair.
I. noon. Wednesday is also Senior The Horticulture Division competition -
i Citizens Day at the fair, in which all is open to all residents of Floridain
senior citizens are admitted free of both the Youth and Adult Show
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charge.Set Classes. Entries will be accepted
1 fa.. r at 7 p.m. Wednesday is the annual Monday, March 30, from 9 a.m. to 4
k l- Bradford-Union Swine Show p.m. and Wednesday, April 1, from 8am
P' open to qualified 4-H and FFA to 9 a.m. Judging will take place
"w4 members who attend Bradford or from 9-11 a.m.
i Jt1+ } Union County schools. Some 81 pigs, a Home Division competition entries
w rag record number, are expected to be will be accepted Monday, March 30,
I' entered into the swine show and sale.A from 1-6 p.m. and Tuesday, March 31,
Room of Garden Restaurant After Being Charred by Flames Monday Night
-: showmanship contest is set. The from 8 a.m. to noon. Judging will take

Mayor Charles Schaefer left and Garden Restaurant owner Gus Kopelousos smoked and curtains hanging la the front of the restaurant were melted. first place winner will receive a $10 place Tuesday afternoon. A best
survey the damage after. a fire gutted the Interior of the famed Pecan. Room The fire blackened the trunk of the tree growing In the Pecan Room. It Is cash prize and third place $5. overall winner will be chosen in addi-
meeting place. questionable If the tree will survive especially since the sap Is up. Sometimes The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA tion to other ribbon places.
Smoke and Intense heat damaged the rest of the restaurant. Windows were trees fool you, and live when It seems they shouldn't, horticulturists ..ay.I' Swine sale is set Thursday night, The Strawberry Queen Pageant will
April 2, at 7 p.m. again be sponsored by the Junior
Miss America, Susan Powell of Elk Woman's Club and will be held at the

., .... :,.o-"" .. .. City. Oklahoma, will visit the fair Bradford High Auditorium Saturday.
... .9r"r-,-".' Thursday, April 2, from 2-4 p.m. and March 28, at 7:30 facilities
? V from 7 9 p.m. Miss Powell is a New bathroom have been
I' graduate of Oklahoma City University constructed in the cattle and livestock
: .. ... Arson Suspected in .ftJl saymt. Fire where she majored in voice music building. A new rabbit and poultry exhibit -
.. _.. .. _:_ education. She plans to seek a area located behind where it was
;.: .. : .., ;..;..;. .wM. '1i i ,: ka .spaWwow,. : i *-* > : last 'has also been constructed
Jt ",, ,:4 .. I1' elt.1i had ti good .IUfI''lbl ltTr* was peel to occupy ih'eni; .while, the:' 4; at' the Western Steer Family l masters 'degree"ln music'perlo-,: year, ,
after her is according to fair general
,'''''' ctf'Jimmy restaurant fire set. Steakhouse. mance reign over. managerBill
was Police was
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'" The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFACommission Wilson.
Plans for the Chamber Board
of the
<3Jlj mown! Crier! f blaze that says gutted the midnight Pecan Room Monday of Chief"All Bowen indications point that way," meeting are up in the air because thismonth's
the Garden Restaurant. says. meeting was rescheduled for
The Pecan Room, where dinner Thursday, March 12, prior to the fire. ,
:: Firemen were kept busy from meetings have been held for many No information was available as the
;:; shortly after 11 p.m. when they years, was completely gutted by the Telegraph went to press where the Reinstates
"I' answered the first of two calls at the fire. There was smoke and heat Civitan Club plans to hold future
2' W.T. Jackson warehouse on the cor- damage in the front dining room and meetings.The . ner of Jefferson and Cherry Streets kitchen, but those areas don't seem as Pecan Room of the Garden
just down the street from the fire sta badly damaged as first thought. Restaurant has a pecan tree growing Former EmployeeIt
,- tion. In a communications mix-up, Smoke blackened the glass windows through its roof. The trunk was
firemen first went to Jackson s in front facing US-301 and heat melted blackened by the fire.
1 building supply on US-301 south, then curtains hanging there. Family-owned and for many years cost Bradford taxpayers 4003.86
came back to the small Cherry Street "It will be a matter of cleaning up Starke's finest restaurant, the to avoid a civil rights trial with Mrs.
fire. Damage was less than $500. those areas," owner Gus Kopelousossaid. Garden opened in 1955. The Faye Whitehead, who claims her fir .,
Meanwhile the Garden Restaurantwas He left the restaurant at approx- restaurant is something of a dining ing last Oct. 17 by retired tax collectorJ.R.
apparently already on fire. A imately 10 p.m. Monday. and meeting tradition with residentsand Kelly was politically inspired.
witness across the street from the Kopelousos has no idea when the visitors traveling north and southon "We're just picking up the pieces
Garden Restaurant outside at the restaurant will reopen but says he US-301 and stopping in for a mealon and trying to put them back together
FRIDAY. MARCH_ time, said he noticed nothing until the does plan to reopen. He plans to wait their way through the heart of again Commissioner Maxie Carter,
WORLD DAY OP PRAYER windows exploded out .of the Pecan unitl insurance adjusters inspect the Starke. Jr. told Mrs. Whitehead as the county
Presbyterian Church Room. restaurant and a report is received The property appraiser's office in commission agreed Monday, March
11)00 Program from the state fire marshal's office the Bradford County courthouse has 2, to reinstate the employee of 13
12:00 Covered Dish Tempe to the restaurant on before reopening.Fire the restaurant and property valued at years. Mrs. Whitehead supportedCarl
Nursery Provided North Ave. (US-301 north) in Marshal Edgar Aid inspectedthe $83,616. Hurst and Kelly supported
less than two minutes after being call- building Tuesday, March 3, but Fire started on the second floor of Esther Hall, his assistant of 28 years
SATURDAY. MARCH ed by the county deputies because declined to comment on his findings. the W.T. Jackson's warehouse on for the post he vacated. Mrs. Hall won
REPUB.COM.MTO. they still had gear on and the truck Aid was called in by Fire Chief Bobby Cherry Street, a wood frame building over three other candidates in the .
954 N.Temple Ave. out from the warehouse fire. Flames Lewis. covered with tin, as the result of old first primary.After .. 'I"
were leaping out around the top of the electrical wiring, said Assistant Fire
1:00 P.M. The Pecan Room for many years listening to testimony of Kelly -
. . Pecan Room when firemen arrived."It has been the meeting place of the Chief Hardee. The fire marshal also Mrs. Hall, and bookkeeper Harriet .
CAR WASH & BAKE SALE was blazing," said Assistant Rotary and Civitan Clubs and the inspected the warehouse when he was Duncan of the tax collector's office. I"."' TT .
McDonald'sand Fire Chief Dwayne Hardee. Starke-Bradford County Chamber of in Starke Tuesday but no word was Attorney Dudley Hardy told the coun- ,
Commerce Board of Governors. The available whether or not that fire is ty commission it did not have a case I
I In Fronto'TG&Y Fireman think the warehouse fire Rotary Club met Wednesday, March thought to have been arson. because testimony conflicted and &I;

All proceeds go to there was no documented evidence of Mrs. Faye WhiteheadWins
Calvary Baptist Softball Team incidents which merited the firing of

_MONDAY. MARCH..!-1 Job Freeze Hits CETA Program HerePublic law an employee It is against because federal of wages and benefits Job as Back if she had beenon

BRADFORD SOIL A WATER political preference.In the job since Oct. 17, but Commissioner
Conservation District the settlement agreement the Maxie Carter bucked on the in
Monthly Meeting service employment posi- Positions filled before the deadlinewere March 2, by federal officials in county agreed to reinstate Mrs. convenience pay. It was the
1:30 P.M.-Brad'ord tions in Bradford County under the : a teacher aide with BUARC, a Washington. D.C. Whitehead at her former weekly taxpayer's money the commission!,
Co. Ag. Center Comprehensive Employment Train recreation leader with the Starke The hiring ban conforms with the salary of $196.12, to pay her back was dealing with. Carter pointed out,.'"
ing Act (CETA) have been cut by fiveas Recreation Department, a patron administration's plans to cut the cur- salary as if she'd never been off the adding the commission did not fire
TUESDAY MARCH 1CT a result of President Ronald assistant with the Bradford County rent budget for two major programs job, to reinstate her annual leave and
BUARC Meeting Reagan's hiring freeze. Public Library a clerk typist II with from $2.9 billion to about $2 billion.A sick leave benefits and to obtain her her.Attorney Hardy did not like the Inconvenience
the Div. of Probation and Payroll of written consent before assigning her
Sunshine Acres either, but told the
7:30 p.m.. -. . Nobody lost a job here. In fact, the the Department of Corrections, a CETA spokesman pointed out the to a position in the tax collector s office commission it pay would have to weighthe
local office of the Florida State bookkeeping assistant in the Bradford regional administrators were askedto and to assign her to a position .
BHS BAND BOOSTER $619 against the possible cost if
Employment Service in Starke.which pass word of the freeze on to 475
M.eting7:30BandroomBROOKER County clerk's office, and a clerk"typist substantially equivalent to her Mrs. Whitehead went to trial.
.. . .. handles the CETA program managed with Lawtey Correctional In'' prime sponsors. Most that can be sav- former position.Mrs. "You've "
got a judgement call. At-
to fill six of 11 new positions before sitution. ed is about $900 million, the Whitehead will work
COUNCIL the end of business Friday Feb. 27, spokesman said.. begin torney Winegeart said prefacing his.
M ting-7:30 A spokesman for the U.S. Depart Monday March 9. in the office of statement by saying he appreciated:
., . . the deadline. There had been 12 such ment of Labor stated the freeze is The two programs together accountfor county clerk Gib Brown who agreedto the commission being careful with the
HAMPTON COUNCIL public service jobs in Bradford and a aimed at saving the government an $2.9 billion of CETA's overall $6.2 add her to his staff at the request of taxpayers' money. Damages that
Mting-7:30 recent program modification added estimated$880 million by Sept.30, end. billion for the current fiscal year. the county commission.In would be asked in a trial wouldn't be-
. !" 11 more positions. Six of the 11 new i of the current fiscal year. Programs affected are the public service return. Mrs.. Whitehead releases limited to straight losses, he added."We're .
i STARKE CITY COUNCIL positions authorized had been filled The new president has proposed ending jobs programs Title II.D and Title Bradford County "forever from any really talking about foregoing
Mting-7:00 but five were not filled and the position two CETA public service job programs VI. and all causes of action, in law or our right to go for the county's:
; authorizations were lost., by not seeking any funds in There are 302,000 CETA public ser equity," which could result from her deep pocket. We'll litigate if we have
DOES YOUR PRE-SCHOOLER The hiring freeze also prevents the fiscal 1962. vice job employees nationwide. In. Oct. 17 firing. to,' said Winegeart.
., NEED EARLY TRAINING filling of a position' someone quits. The word was sent out over this dications are the highest salary The settlement to Mrs.'. Whitehead Winegeart pointed to the conse
"" If you know ol a child up to S ,rs. of according to local CETA Supervisor 'past weekend and formal an< available under Title Il-D is $10.385 includes $1.880.80 in back pay $397.10 quences of a person's good name
ago in need of special training, call Debbie Chism. nouncements was made Monday, and under Title VI $10,150. in federal withholding benefits. when fired from a job, travel to his of-
Bob Larimer at '*''-16"01n $456.76 in Social Security benefits, a fices' for conferences, and the
BUARC $650 legal fee to her attorney Lamar humiliation of standing in an'

f b.t Harry Green Resigns, as Chief of (Bradford Volunteer FiremenHarry for Winegeart her inconvenience.of Gainesville It plus gives$619.20 Mrs. unemployment Attorney Hardy line.reiterated that he'd

jrit< ;, Whitehead the $2.500 settlement she heard the evidence I and made his
--r Green chief of the Bradford Green says he will remain a :II out. If he becomes a detriment to a requested. recommendation."If .
.. R.elrors County Volunteer Fire Departmentfor member i of the! county volunteer fire* solution to the problem, Green says Agreement had been reached Mon- we'd have'.fired her. it might
R .HOMIJ N 1(9Gr)7e2.3931( LOTS) the past 14 years has resignedthat i fighters. i he will drop out entirely from the day afternoon on all matters discussed make a difference.'*
'. AUTHOmiiD ACRIAOI post effective March 31. No has been'chosen to volunteer fire fighters. ; Attorney Hardy said he thought Settle for the $600. Commissioner
DtAtt successor l
Green said he thinks the ,county deal had been made. But Mrs.
Homer Hart said, and "be
I 'date. Green said through
The firemen
f. "The hassle of it aU," said the discussing are' rommission is making an honest ef Whitehead asked Attorney Winegeart with it from now on."
L their
1tPemess' veteran fire chief when asked why he'' into three dividing smaller .coverage with a'>, fort: to work out a fire fighting plan for for a private conference, and he came "I move we accept it," Commissioner
'. ...."". Homes is resigning. Green cites Ilia expanding ,chief area each.' Green areas he the county but that it is obvious the. back with the $2,500 figure which in- Lawrence Mosley said Immediately
." business, his family and the increasing over says hopesthat board needs some help. An outside :eluded the amount Mrs. Whitehead Hart's statement
,.; responsibility! of the out. source to perform a study is currently wanted for her inconvenience I : Hart second: and ChairmanSee
Hwy 301
N. ".0. Bon I 1384 volunteer fire chief all as part of the I It is a good plan"Green says,and he'' being sought by the county commission. : The'eommisslon was prepared to! FJ)..32058. of the hassle; will stay if he can help work the plan reinstate Mrs. Whitehead and to pay ( Reinstated.... p.JA)


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Plans for having 40 percent of the years old and there have! been many 'of'City Attorney George Pierce approving workers; for the Street Department;! ) 'fl A';
city's cable system in operation by changes in the cable TV industry dur- plans for lots 1-12 to be con- He took' the step to see how an 'inmate ,.,, TA.I 'i ftofcls July 1 is on schedule. Clay Video Inc. ing that time, according to Porter. structed on the Casa Del Forest sub- crew works out in assisting the tpnUi-idr! ,*t <(Stark Christian

General Manager Nate Porter told Porter stated he would like to division. Street Department, with projects School/ ) was'. ,a' prize wutne ,In the
the Starke Commission at its bimonthly around the city. Fair held in
City Florida State Tampa last
discuss with the board a proposal to Builder Bob Harris plans to con- .
March 3. Last fall the '
meeting Tuesday city commission ap month..
form an advisory committee. He struct a 38-lot subdivision
Florida Publishing Company a proved $201.000t be: the
plaeed'in '
would like to go over goals and objec west in Starke on the north side of the a Belinda. the daughter of Mr.
subsidiary of the Seaboard Coast Line budget for the work. .f the 'inmatecrews. and
tives of the committee with the Starke
Railroad, purchased the franchiselast highway across from Green Acres. Mrs. Bill Melson ef Starke, i showedthe
October and then announced City Commission. at a special Plans calls for Harris to construct The project Was started last month I third place hog In the11 Division.

plans to have part of Starke provided meeting.The board Indicated it would set streets curbs and gutters for the pro- and the city hired a foreman to work Bradford County, IIIIIG'had ,the first
with service by the July 1 deadline. upa ject. with the crews place In that by Tom
The balance of the system would be special and meeting advisory to discuss committee the franchise with Crosby indicated to the other !boar l' my. Balkcont. ",'.,.,:tl,..l"

completely in operation by March the date to be decided later. The developer indicated after the members that there hasn't been I ...-?''
1982, according to Porter. first 12 lots which front CR-16 are enough time since the project startedto ,
Clay Video is owned by the Florida March DeclaredArt built, he will come back to the board evaluate.the program. ; : .
Publishing Co. for approval of the balance. of the pro- -
SCL is putting cable TV in Orange Month ject. .I ;: >
Park, Green Cove Springs and in Fer- The council adopted resolution The board, after a brief discussion, .. \ I I'l'
nandina Beach. That firm owns 30 proclaiming March as Art Month in agreed to pass the plans for building Starke: School ;: ; ;
percent of the cable TV franchise in the City of Starke. lots 1.12 subject to approval of the Elementary I1re. WS; .
Jacksonville. Two Bradford High School board '
attorney. '
students, Pam Duffy and Wendell Mrs.Winkler's' 2nd Grade Softball throw; team efforts in Tugofwar : ;.Mrs.' 'Keddish'soth'Grade
Officials have proposed ti channelsto Tomlinson, appeared before the Council Refuses To Perfect attendance this six weeks and relay races. ''S't dents in Mrs'; Reddish's
be available to the City of Starke board and asked for the resolution to Alex: Porter, Danielle Smith, Andy Mrs. Patterson's 4th Grade Language Arts classes have had fun
with 12 of them area TV stations with be adopted. It approved the resolutionon Write-off $3,976 Smith, Andy Goodowns, ,Monika The following are recent Spelling 'listening to people IIsing' idioms in
the balance of the stations that can be a unanimous vote of the board. After the board had a chance to Williams Carver Angela Arm Super Stars: Dana Bowen, Ed conversations.. idioms were defined in
brought to the area by satellite, including The art students at BHS and Brad- study utility write-offs presented to strong and Clarence Williams. Jill Douglas Benjamin Hankerson class as being a group of words with a
home box office. ford Middle School plan to present an them by Clerk Merrill Edwards, they Williams will celebrate her birthday Laurie Mobley, Ryan Moore, Selena :special: meaning different from the
Porter announced his firm was in art exhibit which is scheduled to be voted to reject writing off $3,976.24.The March 11.,We are happy to add Billy Norman, Suzanne Sapp,. Barbara meaning.of the separate words. The
the process of buying property on unveiled Monday March 8, at the matter was turned over to the Meres to our class. Smith Sarah Smith. Charlotte Terry literal meaning of the individual
US-301 north near Market Road in Public Library in Starke. finance committee which in turn, will 'Mrs. Long's EMU Class Renee Thomas Patrick Tullius, Mat- words suggests another meaning as in
order to put a tower for the cable TV Several of the exhibits were placedin ask the Gainesville Credit Bureau to All the children enjoyed our trip to thew Watson Valdez DeSue, Eric the expression "you're driving me up
operation.He the lobby of City Hall for commis- attempt to collect the money owed to Gainesville Feb. 26 to see the movie Nugent Marcia Brown, Shari Cain, the wall" or "get off my back' .
stated a business office would be sion members and the public to view the city. "Charlotte's Web". It was most color- Brian demons Renee Hewett, Anita ,Students were then instructed to
opened in another area of Starke. before those exhibits are joined by ful and the songs were exciting for Jackson, Mike Jackson, Terricena make a list of idioms they used or
others at the library display. Hiring FrozenIn them to hear. As always we really appreciate Kitties, Eric Redding Clarence heard other people use. Prizes were
Porter requested a special meetingof Street Mrs. Fertig for driving the Williams Sarah Woodard, Jimmy awarded in each class for the person
the city commission to go over the SR-16VV SubdivisionPlan Dept. bus to the movie and Mrs. Hendersonfor Langley, Lisa Adkins, Karen Black, having the longest list. The winnersby
franchise and make some ad- Vice-Mayor Jimmy Crosby, Jr., acting as our chaperone. We are Audra Brantley, Harold Chandler, homeroom were as follows: !Mrs
justments to it. The franchise ApprovedStarke reported to the board that as chair- hopeful other parents will be able to Kim Dukes, Todd Elliot, Micch Gray, McClelland Shannon Binder; Mrs.
documents purchased last fall from City Commission approved a man of the street department he has act as volunteers on our next trip. Felecia Hankerson, Marvin Lane, Strong- Sabrina Ford; Mrs. Adkinson
Starke Communications, Inc., are 12 preliminary plat subject to approval ordered a freeze on the hiring of new Timmy Rich is our newest student Donna McKelvy, Darold McRae, Mary Alice Howel and Mrs Reddish

and is qne of our neatest writers. Don Allen Porter Doug Rehberg, Jesse Annajean Lee West
Davis is our science student of the Arnold John Bell, Scott Binder, :Mrs. Strong's."'.11 Crude.
Bradford Middle School News week. He has shown much interest in Shawna Blom Eugene Blye. Kevin Robert Thorpe, Lisa Kennedy.
bringing in seeds and planting themIn Crawford Coretha Daniels Shawn Richie Barnes and Christina Anders
Dates to remember- ARTIST OF THE WEEK Bill tests measuring student's ability and! jars for viewing their root growth.Our Diggs, Karen Hodges, Juli Jackson, worked very hard the third six weeks
March 5 7 p.m. in the BMS gym Miller Bill is in Mrs. Brewer's 2nd achievement in Language Arts Math. science area beginning to Richard LeNeave. Cindy Samons, Billy and completed all reading vocabulary
will be an organization meeting for period art class and did a very nice Science and Social Studies will be sprout! Starling, Tammie Tyler, Jeffery words. Each student was awarded 27
the 8th Grade Parent Association. satirical in The students Tyson, Robbie Craven, and stars and necklace.
drawing pencil. Good given on Monday, March 16 and following from our Angela a
Plans will be made for the 8th grade work, Bill! Wednesday March 18. It is very important EMR and TMR classes will be par Robinson. Receiving awards for) outstanding
trip which is sponsored each year by March is Youth Art Month and BMS that ALL students are PRE- ticipating in the Field and Track Miss Lynn Moxley's Grade behavior in Reading Class were:
the 8th Grade Parent Association. art students will be participating and SENT for this testing and also that events at BHS in ;"pecial Olympics, Recent Super Star Spellers are: Robert Thorpe. Lisa !Mosley, Tammy
:March S 8 p.m. BMS Band Con- celebrating in many ways. The publicis they are well rested and prepared to March 4: Travis Thornton Marie Chris Dinkins, Shane Greene, Travis Bell, Penny Hsieh. March Searcy.
cert, under the direction of James invited to an opening of "Young Ar do their best. The coordinators for the Green, Steven Frazier, Fernando Long, Shaun Nichols, Ron Wishart, Michelle Kersey, John Clemons, Ran-
Peronto. Guest soloist from the BHS tists", an exhibit of work by art testing will be Mrs. D. Petrella and Hernandez, Lisa Richerson, Timmy John Loper, Randy Lyons, Stephanie dall Polk, Melina Davis, Vicky
band will also perform.March students of Bradford Middle School Mr. B. Dey. Rich, Don Davis. Eric Jones. Lamar Cruger, Adrian Kuhn, Lawanda Goodowns, Mary Alice Howie, Sherry
: Reports go home the 9th, and Bradford High School at the Richerson, Barona Henderson. Mary Tyson, Rachel Tyson, Demetrius Mack, Alice Williams. Hyson
end of 4th six weeks. Bradford County Public Library, The eighth graders of BMS Baugess and Sylvester Lott. Our par Bolton Jason Crawford, Donnie Thompson Michael Barber, Kevin
:March 20 Teacher Planning Day. Monday, March 9 from 6:30: to 8:00 celebrated Black History month by ticipants have been practicing well Francis, Wade Campbell, Russell Blankenship Marcia Day, Cynthia
for .
Holiday students.The p.m. Refreshments are to be furnished hearing Mrs. Carolyn Spooner read and are ready for a fine showing in Thomas Kim Hampton, Angela Par- Chapple, Sherry Mattox, Dawn
BMS Spelling Bee Wednesday, by the BHS Art Club. Special her poetry. She wrote some of the the events of: 500 meter 200 meter rish, Regina Snell, Mignon Carroll Robinson, Hermia Thomas, and
March 18 The at 12:40: p.m. in the BMS displays of BMS students' art work poems when she was in the 8th grade. running and standing broad jumps. and Evette Covington. Grace Rowe.DENM .
Library. Language Arts Depart. will be located throughout the Middle Mrs. Spooner Is a psychologist with
ment will be
conducting preliminary School and the community during the the Bradford Guidance clinic and is
Bees to determine finalists. The win
month of
working on her Ph.D in clinical
ner and from the Middle _
runner-up The Test of Basic '
psychology at the
University of
school will be competing in the County -
Skills (CTBS) which is a battery of Florida.
Spelling Bee on March 31, 1981 in .
the School Board office. AM

Southside Elementary School NewsCalendar
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of Events: Neighbors, Jane Stanwix-Hay, first graders were given "Smile rnh1 'ti'
Group and portrait pictures will be LaTonya Mitchell Mark Ransom, America" pins, Iron-on patches, and n fYry' P 17 It Pit i'i'1 ,1w'1,1 "
taken tomorrow. (March 6) at Emory Prevatt and Dana Dunlap. comic books and were encouraged t<
Southside. Information will be sent :Ceep their teeth clean) and shinytajU'tt} : ; uliN'A IaJr'r+ihl'I t .{ .. ', ".L-rr' ItJ.'.n'''m1Trg4bd dP1.....M1' .!""' fcnc'f. ..xroiir._.. ..:. szuodo. ,I. [1
home with the children. The money!! iThne were chosen: fVotaJ h.Time.ftd. WalwayshaveiaprettyU'i'smile. 0
specified will need to accompany the the 15 semi-finalists: Stephanie Agin Many thanks to Dr. Richard
child on picture day. No pictures will Brad Neighbors and Jason Potter. All Odom and his staff. A
be taken without payment first.
March 10, is the day for the SDreamMaker"WHATEVER
Southside Spelling Bee to be held in
the Cafeteria to see which two
children will participate in the County
Spelling Bee on March 31.
March 16 March 19, are the dates
set for the fourth and fifth grades Ho
CTBS the Comprehensive Tests of
Basic Skills. All children should makea -.. _
special effort to be present on these )1
Jody Brown, Richie Taylor and 1" \ WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY." f'
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Dodie McRae are the Spelling Bee '
participants from Mrs. Sandra Dun ? I \\. )S
can's fifth grade.In 'II) ''lJ' ,

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Mrs Elaine Wood's fifth grade. Tax preparation .. "
Teams one and three tied in the Chan
nel 4-Eye Witness News game fees are ; /
Wednesday, March 25. Each team q .r. ..... .. '.1--. :. ,....1.A .,,;. .t .
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scored 25 points. Members of Team tax deductible. .... ,.. ; 'IV199 ')
One are: Jimmy Burchick, Robert I T.AU.y .rty.,." ; ." x'': ..' : I III' AtO1 Al
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Boone, Lynda Wilson, Eric Noegel caIIi"_:: .. .;.,''' '

Team and Chuck Three are Monroe.: Randy Members Stahler, Jim of D True 0 FalseJ.') .. ..,...... ........,.....!..".',.. '.....:,,..'<:1..f.. l'_"! ....f';Jt! ... "'<""I'p 1' ."..,. .t
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my Jordan, Adrienne Welty. Chuck ..... ; .: A ...
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:Mullins Brian Davis, Dennis Glover, When H&R Block prepares your taxes, .. '.:.,-:- \ 7y./,... :.!:;. II dl
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Paula McCloud, and Jeff Dowling.Mrs. not only do you get all the benefits of.our ,: ..." + \ L Pr .F I
Donna :f.; -'!. S -f.. / ,e .... :_
fourth '
grade "" "
Language Arts class is writing extensive tax knowledge, you also get the.' ". .:t, ', ,' b" ,rIt: ,:; : .....,., "..!
benefit of being able to deduct our low fee,: ., "
descriptive paragraphs independently -
for preparing your taxes on next year's return J"if "TOOAy AS SEEN SHOW OH JHt -
you itemize. So the answer is TRUE. :rI' ; ANDiN"TONION} iy 1 a .y y, r

Super Spellers in Mrs. Vicki McKin- ..1 ; "WOMAN SHOW AND 3 DAY"MAGAZINE IN I
ney's class for this past week are: WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU ; .."
Michelle Boatright, Jeremy : !I
Crawford Donna Dunlap. Ken H&R BLOCK -__. Ig
Harper. Ben Hawkins, Rhonda >r .%. N 41 ,1 ...
Vickt-rs, Charmin Wiggins and THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE :::
Heather Clermody. a ati v .:T .
First graders at SSE finished CANADIAN RETURNS :::
'elebrating Dental Health Month withi xURURIOUSPUP

smile contest sponsored by Leigh 964 N. .....
\nn Odom's daddy dentist Richard TempleOpen Y

(hlom, and his staff. Three winners 9 AM 6 PM Weekdays. 9.6 Sat, Phone 964.8286 =
were selected in each first grade
classroom by their classmates. -

Semi-finalists were: Donna Dunlap, Keystone Hit. Palatk .Interlachen I:.r .:I'i". '.";."'OJ.'" 1 E_
Jeremy Crawford Charmin Wiggins 473-2351 328.3966 684.4286 _.L I I ,\.:.' .,. .. ';' '' ...'
Justin Kite, Stephanie Agin. Sarah ... I _" ."_I .\ U : -,J' ;.;II..
I.ooney.Iichae:\ McKinnev. Jason .-' 't" **l
Potter, Jennifer Keys Brad .

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C' ( 9846804Jirst It's A Fact You Can Do Better At

i- We invite you to our NEW .. i

c Sunday Morning Service at 8:30 a.m.. ) ::0:

or either of our other two Sunday Services.: ;j]

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Sunday Worship . . . .H:30a.m.: ) .., ll:00a.m'.-.7:00pfni.; FURNITURE i

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March 5. 1981 TEL GRAPII Page 3\

.. School, Crossing :Discussed, :by,.'Lawtey Council

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The subject of a school crossing reported that a small water line leak In old water bills that were three
1 1r 1r guard on heavily traveled US-301 at had occured on CR-225 about two years or older according to records,
the Lawtey Elementary School was blocks east of the railroad tracks. ''presented to council. Welty reported

discussed at the Lawtey City ,Commission He estimated the leak amounted to most of the people involved have mov
meeting Monday March 2. ed away from the Lawtey area.
50 gallons a day.
City Attorney Richard Welty was approximately Watts indicated it is believed the Watts reported the Water bill losses
asked to research the situation after problem have been
cut by the fact council
stems from a bad joint in the
the subject was raised by doubled the fees
Lawtey water line in the area of the leak. deposit several mon
Police Chief M.M. (Butch) Jordan ala ths ago.
recent meeting.Jordan his
He indicated the will be
S officers at times have to leave the problem to
q f, I I1n corrected within a week City Buy
if''v crossing area to slow down speedersand New Tractor
rIr in order to do that the crossing is
left unattended. Volunteer Firemen Lawtey City council agreed to buy a

Welty stated the, matter was Answer 12 Calls tractor for the street department
L brought up after a''recent school Fire Chief Bill Crouse in a letter to They requested Commissioner Buster
Bennett Watts and Lit makea
board meeting. He was recently ap- the city council reported his depart to Jacksonville Phillips obtain
pointed school board attorney. Welty ment received 12 fire calls in trip to priceson !
indicated the board plans to hold a February. Three were In the city and a new tractor They instructed City
Clerk Lucille Shuford Brad-
workshop on the problem.The nine in the county. He reported the to contact
jrd seek
to information
,, Telegraph contacted principal trucks traveled 205 miles last month. County on a.
ih ry rn tractor the
county recently purchased
Charles Hall who indicated he wasn'taware
there was a problem. "There is Water BillsWritten to draw up similar specifications
Bennett reported a firm in
no for a school
money appropriated Off
Gainesville had ni l
quoted a price i
Hall said. He In-
crossing guard,
The board voted to write off$367.35 $22,000 for a new tractor
dicated he would check out to see. if

there was a problem. J
Supt. of Schools Tom Casey was -r- ,
also contacted by the Telegraph who '. W !'W 't ii:1':' d s;"rreb ?9c."j'.V',' '; "
stated the school system has never

provided a guard in Lawtey or any Archie Tanner
other school in the county except on
Orange Street leading into the Brad
-----.- ford Middle School and bus barn com Funeral Home
plex. The guard is there to direct the
i bus traffic" Casey said. Serin9
Fertilizer Truck Caught by Fire Burn in KH Field I Casey stated that the crossing Archie M. Tanner -"-'"

Homer Hart may have been lucky when he won the District 5 Bradford County commission teat by 24 has guard if one is required in the past A11 Faith--- _,' ,.r-- '
votes, but he wasn't so lucky'last week In a field near Keystone Heights when this fertilizer truck was been assumed by each city. -- : .
caught by fire and burned. ,
Water Line Leak ;'
The fire started. Hart ..Iumes.when a hydraulic line burst. Driver Randy Alvarez above had to leave .: .'"
the truck when it caught on fire. Before Hart could get a tractor and chain to pull the truck out of the To Be Corrected r
pasture fire the fire surrounded It. Barry Watts supt. of water works,

Girls are Invited to Vie for StrawberryGirls Queen titlequeen

Complete Modern Facilities

between the ages of 16 and 21 The new Strawberry Queen will receive cash prizes, gift certificatesand first and second runners-up by Hwy 301 S. 964.5757"We've
years who live in the county or attend succeed 1980 Strawberry Queen Robin be treated to meals. the Bradford County Chamber of
county schools are invited to enter the Stephens and reign over the 31st, an- Silver bowls will be given the Commerce.
1981 Bradford Strawberry Queen
Pageant set March 28. nual Bradford County fair set April

The pageant is scheduled Saturday 14.
March 28, at 8 p.m. in the BradfordHigh The new queen will receive $100
School auditorium. Deadline for cash $75 in U.S. Savings Bonds, some
contest entries is March 11. $400 in gift certificates, and free
Entry blanks may be obtained at meals from local eateries. The first
the Bradford High School office or and second runners-up will also
Mitchell's Drug Store. The Junior
Woman's Club, sponsor of the
pageant asks that all a applications be Reinstated...

returned promptly to Mitchell's Drug (From Page 1A)
Store. cut
E.L. (Newt) Norman voted with
them. Commissioner Carter voted no,
Flue-Cured Tobacco his opposition hinging on the pay for

IssuedWarren Inconvenience.Clerk Brown. then told Mrs.
Whitehead she would be working for

Carver director of the the County Commission under his electric bills
Bradford County Agricultural Stabili- supervision. Brown asked and the our
zation and Conservation Service commission and Mrs. Whitehead
reminds farmers that several items agreed she would not be assigned to a
concerning the 1981 tobacco crop needto specific job in his office but could be
be handled by April ll5. 1981, in the moved where needed.
countyt>ffice. Brown said he'd been asked by the -Ir' '" ''IIJ

Lease and transfer agreements for commission to take Mrs. Whitehead *- ...
ISOIlJirtnehouse designations andfoilr'lea into his department and that he**' .
disposition: agreements all always cooperates with the board.' ty4ive
have a deadline of April 15. Brown said he expects Mrs.
Lease and transfer agreements for Whitehead to work like any other

periods up to five years must be filed employee."I .
By the operator of the receiving farm. look forward to it," Mrs.
The owner and operator of the Whitehead said, adding she appreciated -
farm and lienholderfor the commission s action.
transferring any
"I realize the board didn't have to
more than one-year leases must "
also sign. take it up and I won't forget it. !
Warehouse designations must be "I will try to do a good job and serve percent
made in order to be eligible for price the people to the best of my ahilitv

support and to be certain that the
warehouse selected has sales oppor- Gospel Sing Dinner
tunity. Lists of eligible warehousesare Set

available in the county office. The SaturdayAt : ,,, "( :"II1I.HI,,\1 r.i our' pi ex ion hulllt \\ hid 1\\.1'.aI.. all
designation must be made early so Pine Valley ChurchA 1v.. the '\ eleittie! hillcoMMJei.iNv., "
that the.. marketing cards can be 6i w s.mio .b.'. \\" ,, cut our ,
secured for tobacco growers. gospel sing and ham dinner are ,1y a su, Mr. &. Mis. Soil ot lint l)1',II H':,,'. L11k111Iltnilr
set Saturday. March 7, at Pine Valley
The four-leaf disposition program Congregational Church two miles a 'l their now \\',II t.\\'j.\,.- l.ivinu i i : httnle.dN .
March 2 and will workas r
signup In 1980.begins Growers who agree not to north of Starke off US-301 down a dirt 'r., \Vh.its \X'ltt-\X'j'I.I\1I11-;:.' It's ,t ,,.omlMM.itton.

harvest the four lower stalk leaves road by Bradford Furniture. +r' meet I'Pl.'s! eiieiixs.iinu: -t.nul.iuU\ .uul/
Dinner will be served from 12:30: to
may 'plant> acreage up to 110 percent 6 p.m. at$2 per plate including fresh "....n 1 Ive.isilx, mcliklo.1 the' i,'oust i'lit."l MI l in ol'.1 I IK'\\
of :the)allotment and, if otherwise
eligible.; ; receive price support up to collard greens corn bread candied 7k ;r* hiiino. Over .1 I penoJ, i .1 t \!'.II'> the\ *.'.in *.1\,,' Noti Mil'

the farm quota. The four leaves may yams with raisin sauce, and corn. inoio Ih.11h".\ ".oM. :N.itur.ilk., hall
be remoVed or left on the stalk and the Singing will start at 7 p.m. featur- '
ing the Mobley. Family and local 't ill NI\O u ill .lq' 'I1,1 on \u tar I hlostxlo I .uul loitsi-ix, ,.Iy i itioti
cost of yerlfication will paid by the .
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producer.For additional information,contact David Everyone is welcorpe"says Pastor- .51.N t a, \ homes, h.lh',1 t i\ in:: I '.lllIh:' hUeMl.UeillllU.lllil
Hodges. .: .
the county ASCS Office. \ W.lll uLmtal\ \\.11' '' ,
; : : + ol i I \

_. units.. t tor w...t'r, he.itini. :::, .1 h hrrllLclrnl\nrttllll I; '
60 Of S.rvlc. To Bradford-Unfon-Clay"RasId.nls"
years / d S Holier' or' pump.) n '1\,,'1' -.1\,,'1"* like t lliioie+i. ,'1\1\

wj, 4 y "- li'Juinu.iiul.1: miu.\1\\'.Ih' 'h'I.11 hi d\1111."1\ t'ltll u inv

We offer the bereaved r \ 1' pjs 4 \ iiiilovvs.iiuUlotirsu I nit 1.\:\..++ ...1.1', ,' ,iniievl to mmiiiiirv

k \ .. l'Iultl
0 o family all of the services ? fl 1 ToJ.iiheie" .Ir,,' in.IMS v\.i\s to ".ive on okxnii' nithoiit \

.. \\ nix mi: up 11 iintoii. 'l 'II'III1I1.1 iluin\ in\ I I'l.iltW '-
involved in traditional ,. .
a \\. I.IMIVJ: Pioci.iin.: I loj.ix. u"si iiieol the \\ i-i M'
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'I a" investments, \,'\'"' .. "Mop Koiii' ) 1".111'1'1 I
funeral and burial ..' :Q _
''I ( 11 ... "ttite, .nul pitk, up .1 tuv hi ,

i I >\ having been "IIIII'I:1' i

\establishedformanyears FIOFGILPftAN! : .

in our facility x ..a I ( / i Ixa <

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Starke 964-6200 "'&'. ,'+-:';&; Keystone 473-3176 Heights ,. i\V :%;>>'. ;; iviItsaves; ; you more than it costs.

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only.. ". 1 I.. been turned out to the grace Call Street turning it into a
good news was heralded by the<-. citizens of Starke, but also to the peo- literal blaze of glory, wtl soon be an
story in the','Jan: 11, 192-1.:'- pie on the farms( in the surrounding accomplished fact. The cables,
.k of The Telegraph: :!Jt\ > 'communities.' We understand that'' shades and most of the posts are
t ;;, afready'plans.ore, on foot to extend already on the ground and it seems
CITY LIGHT PLANT "i" ."i lines Into the country BO that the farm safe to estimate that within 30 days
: NEARING COMPLETION (V,homes.00.y b! able to get the same the current will be turned on.
.' '" electrl 'liervlce as those in.the city.At The foundation for the second unit,
the City of least two'lines are under consideration or engine, is ready and the erection
I and will soon be recognize now, and being figured! on. of the second engine will 'soon take
of the most modern cities of its place. This means that the heretofore
in the state is being(;evJdenced by the City itself will be better lighted "dream" of day Current will
1 of completion of the new since out of the 15'miles of wiring that materialize. Just as soon as this workis
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light plant. has been put up, around eight miles is completed, all lights hi the city will
Flood water up to the eaves of new house under new plant not only means' the used in making up the street lighting be connected up to meters and the
Pond (I95H). modern and best service: : that' system. The>White Way, which will new rates will go into effect.
I The new Worthington Electric Ax-
iflo pump is already Installed and has
Lest We been thoroughly tested out. Results of
r the test show that under a pressure of
w l 45 pounds the new pump will deliver
roads water from the well at the rate of 500
Bradford County, as well as gallons per minute. This new pump
the rest of North Central : will be connected with the tank so thatit
Florida, has experienced a will pump direct from tank to well.
decade or more of subnormal ready. : To supply a force of water in time of
that the fire an extra fire pump has been purchased -
rainfall. This has led to a
and will be installed in the
goes on
steady drop in the ground next few days.
water table to the extent that personal Starke is now in a position to take
most all of the cypress pondsin and : ? _P off her hat to no one when it comes to
the county, which were Don offering her citizens the best that can
be had in the way of municipal light
once capable of holding and director and water.
storing excess water, are now River :

completely dry. District, I (Editor's note: The 1924 plant was a
wood-burning operation since we had

This fact, together with in- years, ., g not yet entered the era of cheap and
creased drainage in the concern <,' convenient oil or gas. Now- 56 years
asset in former wet later Starke is again eyeing woodas
county-an fact
a source energy generating
years, but a potential liability Call Street corner now occupied by Koch's Drug Store looked like this in electric power, and later this month
in prolonged dry cycles, has "When "boom days." Survey crew Is staking out site for new office buildings. will test out the conversion of one of
caused much low land in the floods," its generators to operate on energy
county to appear deceptively "the T supplied by the gasification of wood

dry, thereby causing those not shouldn't -....r -\ chips.)

familiar with the area to isn't. The 1.vT.Y'OT.S. BONDS:
assume that these lowlyingareas ple build FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTS

have always been dry shouldn't. STARKE
and will always be dry in the ly a The Town of Lawtey was not to be
left behind in the matter of electric
future. water FRIENDLY TOWN : lights and in October 1925 voted two to
trols to one on the question of issuing bonds in
Such is not the case, as was of the ':Jdl]. Tat: tin 1 fo< the amount of$20,000 to build electric
recently demonstrated when a would lines in the town, and for a high ten
moderate two inch rain problems MANUFACTURING -FARMING. VACATIONING sion line from Starke to supply the

brought much discomfort and current.

inconvenience to several pro- The : B of "Lawtey will thereby secure

perty owners in a lowlyingarea "The 24-hour service at a minimum expen-
north of Lawtey. If peo- build in diture for the equipment, and there
ple are building in areas be to ?: will be no"labor and plant upkeep to
where this moderate amountof quired nS maintain The Telegraph reported.
Bond trustees elected by Lawtey were
rain can cause trouble, water R.R. Thede, W.E. Torode and G.A.
what is in store for the county houses on like this welcomed prospective investors to Starke during the Doom Anderson.

when the next eight, ten or ly .

twelve inch rain comes along, many

as they have in the J past; and pilings evaluated.'v. .Letters ...." .
undoubtedly will. in. walks to t .
agalO. the "\' :; : "";' 4 ,, iurv uul:1: 4..1 # bLb.j xJiiiu III""
future. j i I ; '. i '."County4gents >1.. By'i ". ,ritl7itfj 1>1 :IIf1', ,. ..motAK.X
The .''' In''an : ; + ; .' .. f : '.". N1 I -EYr9notNotebook : / Rr :A'F.)1'lCh1,1A;;;/ KKU.aald
same principle'applies1to l Bobby" ; COOPERATION:
developments along lakes land a., ,
ne '< I am writing to publicly thank
and streams in the area. Some plione: !Hil62HKteiisioniO <> Taylor ) Starke Police Chief, Jimmy Bowen,
irresponsible developers fre- :! !) "' and all of the officers and personnel of
quently start projects along banning the Starke Police Department for
the Suwannee River on sites their outstanding cooperation and
assistance which render for the
that appear to be ideal for' flood at weather is permitting a lot of and steers entered this year. I have Bradford Middle they School as called
retirement or weekend in fields and gardens seen all of these animals at their
years. upon.
homes--in our area. Some folks will respective "weigh-ins", and the
a dry period.
Until their land ready for seeding quality appeared to be even better Fortunately, to date the times that
April 1973 was the last time suit, the However frost most folks than last year. Mr. Bowen and his staff have had to
;: planting susceptible be called upon by our school have
that the Suwannee flooded its land has
squash and tomatoes until The Bradford-Union Cattlemen's been few but in all of these times;the'
banks in a serious way. than the ( ) month. Association and the Bradford Union Starke Police > Department hasl
Newspaper headlines screamed phrase, Swine Association have been very reacted promptly, and dependably*!
about houses under water, the buyer talked about plans for busy with the many details involved and tiave aH all that can help make this pro- in putting on these shows. Too many every person with whom they canrfeirv
( economically and people to name In this column are contact every courtesypdssiblewwoll
( One of the most important responsible for putting these ,
together 11'.1( :I." ::1"! !)rtT
I School Lunch in your garden or crop two worthwhile activities for our 4-H It ''is comforting to know;''thuti KHIEJ
good seed or transplants. and FFA members. The Associationsand Police Department,reacts'so- quigklyi
all their members are to be com and courteously when their huIPJj.J\:
The national effort to : vegetable you plan to mended. needed, I wish to thank khjd'.BItW: +,rf
eliminate child malnutritionand students. your garden, you will have to i and all of his personneliatlbldgtit0b
hunger dates back to the \ to start it from seed, myself and the faculty-aad, studwfc;
enactment of the school lunch While or from plant parts. Hospice! Facility, body of Bradford Middle SchottUifpiiWi
f difficult job which is done weUjtrf; i')rl
program in 1946. Since that tional ( advantage in starting "'' '*' '
time, the federal commitmentto troubled ) from seeds is that you have a Topic at. RQ ary' <, II' Dewey I'f'B.'Mckfniiey, Principal''

child nutrition has grown of varieties from '.. 'tl 1 1'r 'y, Bradford l\1iddl+Bdhobl1BI. l lI
greatest Furthermore all r1 )fl( "
steadily as evidence of theprogram's choose. not ) I ( r .,I I.l, '
the do well when
transplanted The hospice
conceptrprcarjijftfor!! > '
success continuedto FARM! : Ill'KEAL' ":XI MtTHANKS ;.:! x
ing with be grown from seed sown terminally ill patients wag ,discussed *> ,",jl'' .
mount.In federal in the row where they are to at the Starke Rolartf'Club; .meeting i I".* TO TKI.KGK.Wll: :.; "10. .". >
Most vegetables may be February IS, by Don Goetz, vice .
spite of the impressive possible, in the garden row. president of planning and develop- Since1our cJountyTPair last year|Wed
record compiled by the child the ment at Methodist Hospital in have not forgotten the complete and
nutrition programs, signifi- ment to seed may mean the difference Jacksonville and administrator of attractive publicity you gave to our.,
cant reductions federal children success and failure in your Methodist Hospice, the' first comprehensive livestock exhibits. Agriculture, and
sup- these Buy good seed from a reliable hospice in Florida. especially livestock is a crowd-
port were enacted by Con- For some crops seed may be -- Goetz said that the hospice exists to drawing part of. our Fair. The
gress near the end of last one's own garden, buLfor expertly relieve physical symptoms, livestock shows and sales are a great
year. These reductions are At the vegetables, saving seed is skillfully prevent pain, and compassionately asset to our Fair.
currently being felt in the 2,400 '' '' provide spiritual and emotional
comfort to the patient and his Our 4-H and FFA young people
form of less federal assistanceto
County varieties of vegetables which or her family. "The goal of this new make this attraction possible. They
the states for child nutri- from the tested and found to adapted concept is to provide care for ter-. are encouraged to do (this because of
tion, resulting in higher school gram, Vegetables resistant to minally ill patients in a relaxed,., the interest shown by citizens of our
lunch prices for the children. of the tolerant of adverse weather homelike atmosphere when the county. We cannot question the fact
Of this are.much easier to grow hospital has done everything it can to that they do an outstanding job.
than those that are not. effect a cure," Goetz said.
The December cuts provided free Gardening Guide", "Hospice recognizes that a continuing In our County Farm Bureau
a 2'2* reduction in federal at a varieties.which are best battery of medical-surgical meetings we have '.discussed this
reimbursement lor pay full our conditions. techniques and artificial life-support phase of our Fair..We have been ex-.
overychild's i systems not be tremely pleased with.
lunch may helpful or ap outside
plate served in the lun- :''if Isf'a privilege enjoyed pro riate for terminally ill',persons references to. our livestock. ,.exhibits. ,
chroom program, whether prices on to try varieties which and their families," the speaker said. -
free reduced price, or fully raised to I themselves elsewhere He explained that hospice care for a We know there was'great apprecia'
paid. Also cut was 2f per plate middle / may' do well in their terminally ill patient was con tion for your contribution and the way,
For commodities provided three or However, many gardeners siderably less than care in a hospital you publicized this last year.. We hope
by !' / themselves of the best because certain '.costs for ,services that you have already ',approved a
the government under the pro- can results by continuing to grow that had become non-productive in a repeat performance for our 1981 Fair.
gram.It hot lunch varieties without ever testing futile attempt to prolong life are
students varieties. discontinued, while the quality of life, Yours Very Truly,
is anticipated that the cold of thepatient's final days is improved -.' James Gaskins, President, George
seeds treated with T
are .
new administration in home Huggins, J.R.
or Wainwright. ,F.L.
to reduce injury and decay "Most hospice care takes place in Watterson, Vice President
in its Charlie
Washington little
insects and disease. These the patient's home in accordance with ;'Baldree, A.B. Whitehead .
round of budget cuts, may ask are poisonous and should the goal for the patient and family to William Alderman, .Sec.-Treas., ,
for further reductions in the If with care Such treated. be where they choose to be and where George Grant! Robert Paterson.
not to be eaten under "
program, including the any they are most comfortable. Goetz
program them of the said.
out However
elimination of all reimburse- possible children.Keep' may be moved, when into desired a homelikeatmosphere the patient -

ment on paid lunches (now 16 of the in the Methodist Medical
cents), as 'well as all com crease as ( and activity Is picking up in' Plaza with immediate access to
modity allowances for paid healthy : for our 1981 Fair; Methodist Hospital, while being offered
lunches. If into effect ; for April 14.. The Fail. the i convenience of a family
hope, ( is busy getting exhibit restaurant, .pharmacy, and. guest j
these cutswould, force an in- will not / ''and.' working', with1 r lodging the speaker said. ii: 'i. < ,
crease in the paid lunch price cuts or ( t chairman to make each, 'Ordinarily::; the hospice accepts pa-.*, -
;from its present 70cents per cutbacks Fair better than ever) dents and families who live within art ;..;
.hour or two driving distance from the'
plate for high school lunches actions Live teeth' '
Shows give 'off ,
and Swine should unit,.'and all admission are on the I fluore
and 50 cents per plate for been fully 'as ever;: There. are dl" hogs >asi of#informed. _consent!! ,,Coot>> *,said:, do conce not.Page4A Whereas dead te"thTELEGRAPH
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March 5.1981 TELEGRAPH Page SA

Engaged Couple

Reception Rosa Hull HonoreesMiss of Clewlston, a /! IwfJodal; ffide ThvI

'Senior and Chuck at the Hutcheson University\of Gainesville of,Florida,, 4 I ::::111

V, 1 fr son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hut
cheson of Starke were honored at a
reception Sunday afternoon given by Cla4e llio.iy "
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hutcheson, 67L.I/" .
; Mr and Mrs. C.K. Fuqua and Mr. and Soc .t C.ckor
Mrs. Wallace Wise at the home of the L f.r n eI'ew

h latter, 560 Glendale Street. 964. 760lf .
S The reception was to introduce the J
j'f 4S couple to members of the family.At '
C .ti points of interest in the home -
44el were African violet plants and potted
plants. The mantel in the living room ,t te
was centered with a five-branch Home and Family Life

candelabra with white tapers Program For
decorated with and white
greenery ,
baby's breath centered with a white Woman's Club

bow. At one end was a single taper Mrs. Travis Kimbril will speak on rwi
r with greenery and a set of white "Home and Family Life" at the 1 ,t ,
doves. Starke Woman's Club luncheon '
The refreshment table was covered meeting in the club building on
with an Army-Navy cloth and Wednesday, March 11, at 12 noon.
} centered by an arrangement of silk Hostesses for this occasion will be
I" .. flowers in a cut glass bowl. The punch Mrs. James R. Reddish, chairman,
? > y' i bowl at one end of the table was en- Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs. J.W. Kin-
M J.J, ',. ,.,' circled with fern and baby's breath. caid, Mrs. O.L. Beasley, Mrs. T.H.
6 ">; ,,. The sheet cake at the other end of the Slade, Mrs. V.J. Spengler, Mrs. J.A
\\" 9 table was decorated with nosegays at Torode, Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Mrs.
'HJI, the four corners and topped with a Guy Sale, Mrs. J.A. Griffin and Mrs.
: : ,, : kissing couple. Miss Rhonda Hut- C.H. Nasworthy.
:" ,'.\i" cheson presided at the punch bowl
Ss '7;". I4Cu and Miss Julee Wise cut the cake. ft
,P Approximately 34 family members
;. v Teresa Lynn Powell
attended between the hours of three ,
: 'f and five o'clock. Out-of-town guests Barry Broadway M
were Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Conner and Engagement Told

Mrs. Nancy Mulea and daughter of .,. t .
Edward M. Powell of Starke is --- --
L "" Jacksonville. an-
'. '"''Ij nouncing the engagement and approaching People Helping People Award was poem written and read by Ralph
.. '' \ "'t. 'J;," '" r". .". Rainbow Girls marriage of his daughter, presented to C.F. Bateman by XI Iota Bryan husband of member Harriet I
,."' / Teresa Lynn Powell to Barry Steven Delia member Connie Best and a Bryan in honor of the occasion.
,' ". ,
I ".\, [' :1 ." 1f4<" Installed Feb. 21 Broadway, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry

.... '" ," :1 '1'11I' :;\ Lawtey Strawberry Assembly L.T. Broadway of Keystone Heights. C. F. Bateman Receives AwardBeta I
,.. of the International Order of the Rain- The wedding is planned for May 9 at
bow For Girls, was installed at 3 p.m. at the Starke Church of Christ.
Phi honored C.F. riet Bryan and Ralph Bryan.
Masonic All friends and relatives are invitedto Sigma
Lawtey Lodge, No. 189,
attend. Bateman with a luncheon, February Guests were Mae Miller, Joan
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Samons Lawtey, on February 21. 28 at the Garden Restaurant and Sole Tina Best; from Lake City,
The Assembly is sponsored by Rosier, Cheryl Rosier, and
presented him with a People Helping Phyllis

I Janna Starling and John Samons Lawtey Lawtey:; Raiford Masonic Masonic Lodge Lodge No. 189 No., Jennifer Elaine Jockel vice People to Award the community for his outstanding and Beta ser- Mrs. C.F. Bateman of Hampton

82, Raiford The Order of the Eastern
; Matthew K. Box Mrs. Bateman was presented a
Repeat Vows Feb. 20 at Graham BaptistGraham Star, Chapter No. 224, Starke; and Engagement ToldMr. Sigma attending the luncheon vase of yellow silk roses for the sup-
The Order of the Eastern Star,
were Connie Best, Linda Bowen, lIar- port gives
Baptist Church the table. The fountain was flanked with Chapter No. 40, Lake Butler. and Mrs. Richard H. Jockel of
was three-branched During the day, seventeen girls Starke the of
for the Feb. 20. 7:30 gold candelabras announce engagement
riage of Janna Eioise p.m.Starling mar, holding burning burgundy tapers.. were initiated and installed as of their daughter, Jennifer Elaine Rose Richardson, Joseph McKenna To Wed .
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. James The groom's table was covered witha ficers. An evening meal of Bar-B-Q Jockel, to Matthew Kyle Box, son of
Starling to John D. Samons, son of beige lace cloth over burgundy and Pork and trimmings were served to Mrs. Minnie M. Box and the late
Mr. and Mrs. John Samons, all of centered with a chocolate groom's the 182 members and guests. Thomas A. Box of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Tillmon Richardsonof The wedding will take place Satur-
Starke. cake flanked with a ball and chain, The International Order of the The couple are both graduates of Starke announce the approaching day, March 28 at 3 p.m. at the
handcuffs and Bradford School and Miss marriage of their daughter, Rose Et- Madison Street Church with
Performing the nuptials were Rev. billy jack, a gun and on Rainbow For Girls is a character High Baptist a
the other side with Jockel also from the ta, to Joseph McKenna, of in the
Alton Dobbs and Rev. James Starling a threebranchgold building organization for girls from graduated Ryan son reception following FellowshipHall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenna of .
candle holder with burning University of Florida.
grandfather and father of the the of 12 to 20. Its effortis
bride. burgundy tapers and gold bowl filled to ages create strong effective supreme leaders The wedding is planned for August 8 Jacksonville. All friends and relatives are invitedto
with malted milk balls and at 7 in the First attend.
the altar heart a small p.m. Presbyterian
Highlighting was a and develop individual character by
shaped candelabra in the center car with cola cans tied to it. The cake precept and example. It continually Church of Starke.

decorated with flowers in pink, was cut by Miss Gladys Ayer and en">hasizes to every rainbow girl the
burgundy and white and flanked by Mrs. Billy Vaughn. I Ic dons taught and symbolized by the
tree candelabras also decorated with Finger foods were served by Mrs. colors of the rainbow and by the involvement -
Lil Ayer at a table covered with a
flowers. Entwined candelabras
spiral in many community activities -
rested on the floor level.Pew lanterns white lace cloth over pink and and group activities.A .
marked the pews. The choir rail had centered with a gold hurricane lamp list of names of the officers in-
garlands of greenery; the piano held surrounded flowers.with greenery and stalled in the Lawtey Strawberry

burgundy burning tapers encircled burgundy Miss Chanda Assembly L.T., Lawtey are: Mother
with.-greenery and pink flowers and Griggs presided at the Advisory Charlene Brown; Worthy
rice table
the candle encircled withtfpianytaMd'Mrs. bag that was covered with a
unity was Advisory Sharon ; Worthy
.fern... white lace jRlfiUwpver. pinky.And- Ab c te'+.M'i\ItIrpt.farie\! !! Hart; erhkfrS!\ .
Mrstl;;: !t'J\f\> i : centered with'toby;pictures of the Charity''- TAmmy Griffis; Hope -
Eddie Douglas, soloist, presented a couple. Gold trays held bird seed bags Camilla Livingston; Faith Barbara
and scrolls of thanks and matches.
program of nuptial music. Daniels; Chaplain Delilah Wilson;
Mrs. Starling read a letter of her Following a wedding trip to Jekyll Drill Leader Tracy West; Love -
Island and Savannah Ga. the i
daughter's life from babyhood to a coupleare Stephanie Thornton; Religion Chris
at the
bride.The bride and groom presented Park residing in Starke. Savage Trailer Ann West; Nature Angie Scroggins;
appreciation plaques to their mothers Immortality Jennie Massey;
The bride and both
during the ceremony. groom are Patriotism Lynn Bowen; Service -
of Bradford
Todd Samons was best man. Ushers graduates High School. Denise Thornton; Outer Observer -
The bride is
were David Sparks, Steve Griffis, employed at Bullington'sand Paula Rucker; Choir Director Janet
David the groom is a senior at the y
Baldwin and Doug Samons. Griffis.Waters' .
University of Florida, majoring in
Miss Donna Samons attended as
maid of honor. She wore a long gownof
burgundy with a fitted waist accented -
with accordian pleats, qiana
lace bodice, boat neckline and but
terfly sleeves. She wpre.( flowers in her Grocery
hairahd carried a1 brandy snifter en- s

circled with pink,burgundy and white Hwy 782-3737
flowers,9nd pink streamers.The 3Q1 ___ Lawtey

tw JtheJ'attendants> honor attendant.gowns were Andrea similar :.OC11(8' :.i 8S;( iul;

Ifa&lop's\ gown was' pink Vonda Kay 1'4 '
Ayer's'i' 'u gown iwas burgundy and A
Rnbln'iWadbworth's Friday thru Thursday Feb. 27 March 5 _
gown was pink.
Cihdy'Samons'junior; attendant wore !
a white dress with deep ruffle, pink U.S. Good cut & WrappedHINDQUARTERS. -
ribbon'and' bows and wore flowers in' I ( IZ
her hair! .. . . Lb. $143 _

Julie.Starling served as flower girl Camps All MeatBOLOGNA. _

and wore a dress similar to the junior .* . . .I. . Lb. $139Camps A 5 br
attendant and carried a white wicker
All Pork Short Link
basket with burgundy ribbon .

streamers!\)t., ,, .SAUSAGE,*., V.. ."':J . . Lb. $179
The bri4, ?:,given In marriage by her Fresh Homemade Q
father wore a wedding gown fashioned -
$ 9
with a high neck, long sleeves SAUSAGE : . . .'. . Lb. 17
skirt 'and capelet of pleated chiffon
and trimmed with re-embroidered T-BONE STEAK . . '; . Lb. $319

alencon lace and seed pearls and hada SLAB BACON. . . . Lb. 93C
chapel length train. A capelet effect
ruffle encircled the neckline. Her veil >
was secured to an alencon lace florets COMPARE ,
headpiece.She wore a pearl necklace, /,/ ; n "; dt'i' "' .(

cascade a gift of of the red groom roses. and carried a EVERYDAY LOW ,PRICES ON < ", j'D'"j i:

The reception was held in the :
Maxwell House _
Fellowship Hall where wedding >

palms and Boston fern were at pointsof COFFEE ": ; . .. I. 6 oz. $289 "__
interest. Guests were greeted at the Dixie LllyMUFFIN '< "
door by Mrs. Charles Schmitt, direc
MIX. . 81/2 'OZ BOX 4/95c . .
tor.The bride's table was covered with Dixie Lily Long Grain .; . .
an Army-Navy cloth with a burgundy ., .
flounce and centered with a five- RICE. .. . . : .' ..'4 0 OZ. Bag $115Bake -,...,,,.' v; :;,,;t;<; . .

tiered cake accented with small bou- Rite . .

The quets table'of flowers was flanked in the wedding on either colors.side SHORTENING. '. '. ., ':" 42 oz $129 ..v.'i"c./''' "
with five-branched gold candelabras BUSH :,,' M <

holding pink tapers. Gold dishes held BLACKEYE PEAS. '. .. .' /.; .303. 3 / $1
nuts and mints. Mrs.Judy Griggs and Argo "
Mrs. Kay Garver cut the cake.

Ms. Cindy Rowell kept the bride's CREAM CORN,, ., ./. 3$119Wrmbest
book at a table accented with gold '"- ,
candlesticks surrounded with "
greenery' and burgundy flowers. A MILK. : ,. ,. :' ".', .' Gal. $1

the pink book.feathered- .pen was used to sign New Touch Tone Phones.Touch .

Punch was served by !Mrs. Albert

Sparks and Mrs. Ernest Hunter froma Tone phones are a luxury! you deserve to know about
table large was gold a cloth flowing similar the bride'sOld The R.C. Cola & Flavors, Pepsi The Touch Tone difference is simple. Instead of dialing the slow old-

You Know. ... ." & Cokes 160z.-8PIC. $149 fashioned stay' all you do is touch the digits and talk. It's that easy
Plus, Tax &Deposit 0 TOUCH Tone phones come) in a variety of exciting colors with standard and

Mrs. Ila Rain of Chiefland is decorator models to suit almost every! room in your home.

visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and And the cost is less than you d think..
Mrs. J.G.,Jackson for several weeks: Quantity Rights Reserved, '
New l1chTone phones. Fast, simple and convenient For more information -
Mr: and Mrs.-James Burnham of '. call! your Continental business office or visit your local Phone Fair. And give

Jennings and Mrs were Douglas Friday Hardy visitors and/ Mr.of and Mr. :F Cf.* ::se' $: : *:fertilizer. ; your:home some nice touches.(Touch Tone phones are not available in some areas.)

Mrs. Franklin Ritch of Gainesville :
\& Hardware,
were Sunday. vlsotors. Equ.ilOrvmmu\[ Emrlhv'r! ( Continental Telephone fCTM-IOI

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", 10 __ .-. Public Library ;il\;pifFfst'Methbdista>: ,
Ew I V uth"'Art Month.,.Celebrated' At I Church ActivitiesConfirmation ,

'Pt tl' J' 'BIRTHS Gala, Opening!' ',11'1":',.;' the hosts' and hostesses of the grand! : "j" I

Everyone is invited to. a tree debut of the Art Exhibit March 9.1.i
!It nb'" celebration of Youth Art Month at the Take,this opportunity to view the cI night are being held
Melghan Krlsilne Rosier Bradford County Public Library,on works of art and talk to the young ar- each Wednesday at,7:30, : p.m. for
all' grade ft arid by Rev.
youth up
March 9 from 6:30: p.m.i8:00 tists. Art will be on sale.
Mr. and. Mrs. Daniel Rosier of p.m. Refreshments will be served. Warren Langer. .,
Lawtey announce the birth of a / The Singles\ Again children will be
daughter Melghan Kristine, This will mark the opening of an exhibition taking a field trip to the Florida State
Ya February 27,in Alachua General Hop- of works by the art studentsof Youth Art'' Month, March, is Museum this Sunday, March 8, from
Bradford County High School and celebrated to focus on the values of 2-6 p.m. The church van will be used.
sital.Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Bradford Middle School. Pencil drawIngs art education for children and youth. "Paint Day" is Saturday March 7,
Mrs. Cecil W. Perry of Sanford. 1 pottery watercolors, prints, The Youth Art Exhibit Is open to the at the church.: Yes,you are Invited, no
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and weavings.and more will be on display public during normal library hours in one will be turned away that has the
Mrs. Bobby V. Rosier of Lawtey. from March 9 through April 3. The the Public Library on 105 E. Jackson desire to show off their !talent In pain-
a NlK . . Bradford High School Art Club will beDid St. in Starke. .ting the Sunday School rooms. Paint
.5 Ernest Aaron FowlerMr. will be provided, all you need to bring

: .. will be brushes ladders, old painting
.. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler,Jr., of you know..... clothes and anything else that in-
Starke announce the birth of a son, spires your creativity gee you thereat
Mr.and Mrs.Edwin
Ernest Aaron, February 13, in Shands Williams spent John A. Williams of Titusville 9 a.m. .
1, Teaching Hospital. --- the weekend Ga.Among .with Larry Williams in visited his mother, Mrs. Mack Beginning this Sunday morning
Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Mr.and Mrs.Carl Willis Moultrie Williams over the weekend. 'there will be a new church service.

1 \t' :: '( Louise Varnes and the late Curtis This service will provide a worship
; Varnes of Starke. Paternal grand- Joan Forsyth Dr. D.W. Whiffen attended the opportunity for those who work, and

parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dewey those attending' the Southeastern Congress of Optometry are unable to attend the 11 a.m. ser
Fowler, Sr., of Starke. Carl (Norman) Willis Lawrence Welk show in Gainesville Educational Seminar in Atlanta last vice. The service begins at 8:30: with

I Ii . . Married Dec 26 Monday night at the O'Connell Center Wednesday to Sunday. During that the sermon given by Rev. Warren
John Clark Martin, It time Mrs. Whiffen visited her Langer, "What Shall I Render?" The
were: Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson of brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
Palatka announce the marriage of Griffin, Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. Mrs. F. Garavito in Miami.Stephanie ,. youth choir will also be singing.
I John and Nita Martin of Orange W.H. Thomson Mrs. J.M. Sunday morning, each child that
.; Lake announce the birth of a son, their daughter, Joan Forsyth has completed their journey to
Blackshear Mrs. Drew Reddish
Starke to Carl (Norman) Willis, son of Mr
O'Steen daughter
John Clark Martin, II,born February Jerusalem, which involved the
Mr. and Mrs. Mark A, Grant of Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Willis of Mrs. L.C. Early, Mrs. A.J. Eaves, and Mrs. Gary O'Steen of Theressa
9, at Alachua General Hospital. He Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas, Mrs. James reading of the book of Matthew will be
Holister Fl. participated in the U.S.G.F. Northern
sister, Kimberly, 2. certificate.The .
joins a age presented with a special
Barron, Mrs. H.M. Richarde
The couple were married Dec. 26 In Sectionals for Class IV Gymnasts in
is Mrs. Cor.
Kathy Hutcheson Paternal grandmother HC. Ritch Mrs. L.J. Green, Mrs. United Methodist. Men's
Folkston, Ga., and are making their Orlando on Saturday. Feb. 28. She
dellia Martin and the late J.B. Mar in
Judy Cunningham Mrs. Faye Thorn- meeting is March 11 at 7:30: p m.
Mark A. Grant home in Palatka. received a first place ribbon on
tin Sr. of McIntosh. Maternal grand-
ton, Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Mullins. Mrs. the Fellowship Hall. Bring a friend
Vows mother is Mrs.Lena O'Neal of Starke. uneven parallel bars, 3rd place rib- and covered dish and
Exchange Kay McKinley,Mrs. Olin White Mrs. a plan on enjoying
bon balance beam and silver
. . on a
Lola an evening of A special
Godwin, Mrs. Johnson fellowship.
Kathy Lorene Hutcheson.daughterof medal for "Second: All Round". Top
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Hutcheson Mrs. Clyde Sinclair returned Satur- Mrs. George Huggins, Mrs. Jewell Class IV Gymnasts from 10 Gymnastic program has been planned with guest
cf Clarksville, Tenn., and grand- day after visiting friends and Roberts, Mrs. Myrtle Baumgartner Schools in North Florida speaker Lt. Dewey Weaver giving a
Clark and Judy Martin of Keckley
lecture and film "The En-
showing a ,
Mrs. Ann Thorn-
Mrs. R.E. Allen Jr.,
daughter of Mrs. Edith Hutcheson of W. Va., announce the birth of a son, relatives in Light House Point for two ticipated in the meet. Stephanie .
:Stance, and Mark Anthony Grant,son Robert Wesley born February 25, in weeks. ton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer trains at Brown's Gymnastics In dangered Species"IT'S
cf Mr. and Mrs. Russell V. Grant of Appalachional Regional Hospital. Sr. Gainesville.

Clarksville exchanged wedding vows Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Feb. 7 at the home of the Bride's Mrs. Bernard Martin of DeLand.

parents.The Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
Rev. John W. Stiles officiatedthe Mrs. Cecil Whitehead of

double-ring bride, given ceremony.The in marriage. by her FL ID

parents, wore a white qiana gown "t1a'Jt'? ''II'III 'IIL Starke.'i
with venise lace.Seed pearls and lace
decorated the bodice, high neckline
and bishop sleeves. Lace edged the : ; {
hemline and chapel! train of the '

mushroom-pleated skirt. : 1
She wore a fingertip, mantilla veil ..
of bridal Illusion trimmed with white : :\I1 ICE
lace. Her bouquet was a cluster of ...

pink and white roses with baby's s
breath and pink ribbon attached to a I ":.; '
Bible. J
small white family :'"' ,

served Robin as Ann her Hutcheson sister's maid of Clarksville of honor. ,."'... ,'i,':}.", _. ..iil', "J YOUR TOTAL FOOD BILL THAT COUNTS!

She wore a pink qiana gown trimmedin I, ',.J.,: '.'?lw ..... ..... .....
lace ,, iN, (
cream lace with a matching '''' ."
cape. She carried a long-stemmed .'' .

pink rose with pink ribbons : ;. CALIFORNIA /

The father of the groom served as .. ... '
best man. ,IIoi ,' "';:, e
The bride's parents hosted a recep- :1. f aI "; eonu.
tion at their home following the .',.' ..,.. PPnnr )
ceremony. Cindy Hutcheson and eonaN 78maw .onnN
Teresa Thomas were servers. Jennifer McMillan 0
After a wedding trip to Orlando and
Disney World the couple are residing Jennifer Lee McMillan

in Clarksville. James C. YawnTo
included Mrs. ?r.
Out-of-town guests
Wed March 21
Hutcheson of the ,
Edith grandmother '
- '
bride and Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Fu- Mr: and t Mrs."wj.: McMillan,Jr.'of MAXWELL HOUSE;' L 'U.S. .NO. l'- t FRESH' ,'P FRESH'

qua, uncle and aunt of the bride,.of Alachua announce the engagementand INSTANT I I ALL PURPOSE GREENmCUKES GREEN
Starke. approaching marriage of their
daughter Jennifer Lee, to James COFFEE POTATOES CABBAGE

Caldwell Yawn, son of Judge T.A.
Mrs. Greg Morgan Yawn of Gainesville and Lila Rae PI .. $ 269 sure

Honored At Yawn of Starke. 10oz $179 6$1SAVE PER 10

:Stork ShowerMrs. The wedding is planned for Saturday JAR 10 POUND
March 21, at 2 p.m., at O'Leno SAVE 50. LB BAG '
Greg Morgan was honored at a State Park Lodge, near High Springs. SAVE 20. I. SAVE g. PER LB

stork shower Tuesday, Feb. 24, given Miss McMillan graduated from -
by Mrs. Tommy Smith and Miss Ella Santa Fe High School and attendedthe Pennr r -
Hall at the home of the later. University of Florida. She Is COMPARE 0333B3 'lr RRICCONESIC CME* SAVE COMPARE .[;; -4 PINCHES PRICE SAY! COMPARE BrtiiiisY. I'n'J' "PAIC NCHE:R SAVE COMPARE PINCHER PRICE. SAVE

Approximately 15 guests called bet. presently nursery school teacher at .
of and 9 Christian School in '.'01'SCALLOPED .-CT RCG.! OR WITH MARSHMALLOWS" Ao.77u CAN.CAMPBELLS"
ween the hours 7:30: p.m. Heritage ... r.J : 2 LB CELLO! BAGCRISP
Games were played and prizes Gainesville.Mr. Potatoes '" ;, 5951GENERIC le Nestle HOT ,SCOA--.5119 E Tomato Soup4/l 1aP Fresh Cam: > _48* :8 .
awarded to the winners.A Yawn graduated from Brad- .. ... -o
flower arrangement and a baby ford High School and the University of Sauce 49GENERICCTSu |:4o:: Tuna Helpers85 I3al. .J 30 FRESH! FLOHIDA TEMPLfe.! ..
hamper were presented to the Florida and is working as counselor in Chun King 1"IB Orangesl 0/893 '3hi{
honoree as a memento of the occasion Santa Fe Community College Work BASIN.TUB TILB '"181t.! CALIPONNIA'a,
Exploration Program.All Orange Soda._. .:84*tRi Lysol er--129 H ; ;tbi3ge;;; 10ease. Lemons_12/78: r.r' : ,
and relatives invitedto oil
friends .
are [ 1 LB BAG l.0 bet MDHTB tlT | lPeaches '' '
attend the wedding and reception. ; u"'D.'K'59c rr AS TD. OR DECORATED! r.-J 3Oo.CELLO! BAG. .. .
8 5OENERIC. 12 1123 "....
Did You Know........... Scott Towels_65 I.J Asstd. Greens98.j; "0 "" ,
.:....BOTTLEPancake r.J: ; Sea HORMEL IS'ILURAV'fOCl..tYlTA"D. N::>LId., Ainfi:
Mrs. W.F. Herlong had a double Did You Know........... Syrup'8 5 Ol.QIIUIIIC. ji'Sauce3/1 Potted Meat_4/l. G3 .Mushrooms: ll58 r;:::( 'H"CELLOPACKAGe
celebration on her 85th birthday Sun- DEL mONTE! PINEAPPLE! ORANGE I IDrinks .!.Ljfhnt::: :>
On Sunday her sons Mrs. Cheri Norman of Ocala was Reiish69C r=__:J 69* :on.n IToi-DUTCH T r4'4'' t.- '
day and Monday Sweet # .'
33s .
and wives, Mrs. and Mrs. Mark last Thursday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. r- Cleanser ;:Lt: Crisp Radishes 14rFRESH. [JJ ;
Herlong and Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Rex Anderson.Mrs. J.Sox.DEODORANTShield ;riuiJ.

Herlong of Jacksonville and niece, Gladys Mooty was last Thurs Kosher. Dills 79.,... 2eGENERIC. Start 169 Ll53TBoi Soap_ 3 7* 0IO.S.e. : Turnip Roots 3 LBS$! |[
SOS.Rinso) i i
Mrs. Lucy Parnell took Mrs. Herlongto 401 CAN ::: '
luncheon of her CREME!" SOAP On TA ..WESTERN RED! OH\GOLDEN! OtLIClbdS Y 1 .
Mrs. day guest cousin $199u L5 .' fLi} OJ"Apples
her ,
Gainesville to visit sister. Black Pepper 69 Io DETERGENT j ". 139 t ''''''' *
Soft 48'
Claire and
and afterwards had Mrs. St. Peter family in Soap LB I'
Corine Purvis GENERIC! 14..|. CT..LIPTON FAMILY .__
dinner and then attended the Gainesville. Fruit punch9 Tea Bags $169 I2i :3oi-INSTANT REGULAR! PACK .*" 'r:::! FRESH' BUNCH.OREETI. *... -.. ./I Ii.
Lawrence Welk show at the O'Connell Nestea 199. 20e Onlonsl2/79 03SEEDLESS
Monday and Tuesday guests of Mrs. es... BITS OP BEEP! : ."
Center in Gainesville.Mr. GEI!"ENIC! 32om BOTTLE!OKEEN! i ... .
J.H. Mr. and r.I: KOSHER OR POLISH !
Mrs. R.R.
Moseley were j
I'WD41"u..n. 03 :::
I Kal Kan
Mouthwash99c *
.and Mrs. ;James Cash and family Turnipseed of Atlanta. oj15j .. I Nuru COMDraA" .fSe.U Vlaslc Dills 149 zo'Mu.nM White Grapes ial19 0.2:1:: -
... .
GENERIC- BEGOLANMarshmallows CNY W."C""AC' ALM.n..aILK ,
of Orlando were weekend guests of ". CHOC MA.NIT SAT./010..1 ::: DMPI. CUOM U S. "0. I IAKI"aPotatoesLB2
+mnun nmj oiraqr H Air OtJ
her Sen and Mrs. Charley Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams had as 63c I IQEfiemC 5/l Js *
parents. Nestle Crunch 9 0 1
Johns. Monday and Tuesday guests Mrs. Dr. Pepper U/ER! 99 20'U. :
Mary Castleberry of Springfield Va., Moi BOX *rSaltines JLBCAN CRISCO .,>n vmrM>..ui..ul>lit DIIIWTIOK FRESHLY PACKAGED.!
5 7 31 to1 r.:1:
Mrs. Edith Schneeberger of Shortening t 229 r.J: Slaw! Salad 48*
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison visited --- R.C. Cola offlSSr 3lNORTHERN= Of LJ:
her mother, Mrs. R.T. Hipps in Oklahoma City Okla. and Dr. Mark
Waycross Ga., over the weekend. Adams of Vancouver British Colum- ,
,. 1
bia.A / e
Mr. and Mrs. H L. Hutson were group from the First Baptist KLEEMEX !
Sunday evening supper guests of Dr. Church spent last Friday night at II /
and Mrs. Glenn Davis and family in Clarmont at the Ramada Inn and all -

Gainesville. J i day Saturday Disney World. Enjoy-
ing the outing were Mr. and Mrs. A. "Anr
Among those attending the National Russell Normam Mr. and Mrs. S.L. / 1 a
Wild Turkey Federation convention: in Peek, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby. APPLE :TOWATQ:
Gainesville Saturday were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Tucker and S .
Mrs. H.L. Hutson. Mr. and Mrs.Rudy daughter, Pam. Mr. and Mrs. Marion JUICE SAUCE "
Sccggins. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jordan Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Randall McGee.
and Mr. and Mrs'. La mar.Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Green. Mr.and
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Mrs. Kenneth Elixson, Dorothy 10
Jerkins of Maxv l1e. Taylor. Becky Basford. Mildryd Cut- GRAHAM SUNSHINECHEEZ.IT

ttno, Muriel Gay and Pauline Conerly. BATHROOM/ CASCADEAUTOMATIC
Lt. Col and ,MrS. Lee French of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell ol @ TISSUEPUFFS ,
Umatllla: were 'Saturday luncheon Starke and granddaughter, Tammy f
guest of Mrs.' W.B. Mundy. Lee of Gainesville spent the weekencin 1 iM r. 1 :
Aocneucl1Sox! !
Kissimmee visiting Mr. and Mrs. 83 1.100& 9RS 4' 99 ,$199With .
Mrs. A.Y. Covington was given a Jimmy Lee and Mr. and Mrs... Jerry PKG. SOot I :
surprise birthday luncheon Mondayat Lee and families. .. iBOx ROLLS BOX
the Western Steer Steak House by sw! loeI. SAVE 32' .':
eight friends.:! Triplets Jody;Jennifer. and Jason w-.
Brown whose llth birthday fell on 1.-I. -
Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa arrives Feb. 28 celebrated the occasion at a,
Friday for an extended visit with her family birthday party Sunday after .
sisters 'Mrs: O.L. Beasley and Mrs. noon. March 1 at the home of their : '''7 ,:. Ck
,1 tte
J.W. Kincaid.. ..':( ill"! grandparents.Mr. and Mrs.Julian E O ,q. : 7 ',' ''a''Fr' ., .!'JI. \..' :

Drew Barry1'attended ''a sorority McRae in Theressa. MAXWELL HOUSE 5 '{UREYER'Sa ICE 8 \ What

dance at' Birmingham Southern Collage Miss Claire Turner celebrated her S 'I Y
over the weekend as a guest of 21st birthday last Thursday' eveningat COI'lPFEE So ,CREAM TISSUES I '

his sister.. Adrienne'.Barry. and;a girlfriend a family dinner party at Claire and 5 : HALrOAULON'" I35 CT IPRINIS o. aoo CT. You Pay InOther'Stores.
Turner's home in Jacksonville. .
Kay "
1 Attending were Mrs.'James Barren. GOOD IMHU BED! .CW R. I t. in. H I 0 0000JNNUWCDCAAIroi1.ITe1.. I 0000 7NBY. WS.IlIA" 11. 1501.I I I.I : '

Florida Mr. and'were Mrs'C.M.Wednesday''Pattick overnightguests of rVest, ,Starke Mrs.Janet,. Brant Turner Turner, Grover of Gainesville Howard of 1_...............? .1..s oaiaillss..r..o.. -.I ;-.' .

of her mother Mra, Gladys Hardee of TIIll1'r y + _' .....1.1N .1Page
Weldon'- "' .''.. and Jacksonville Mr. and. Mrs. L.L. .. ; ... t.TARne-aao SOUTH wAi.PYOv ; A

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Hampton Hilites ( 1 l '
I 'Allis n' Arch e, Kim Rowlarid'and\ daV; she enjoyed a celebration at the .. ., Ai -Community News
I i Misty Kohler composed a cheer and home of Lawrence and Teresa Meng Elizabeth'Walker. ,
by Dolores ,presented it at this time, Another where many relatives were assembl-
I Meng patch which' they will complete in ed. On' Sunday the final celebration Phone 1164-66113 ;rr i Ml. Morlah United Methodist' : Sun be sent to Atlanta in whatever way to

,". Senior Citizen April is the Seven Months of Sunshine "'was''held at the home of her grand- day School only. Church services will help apprehend the kilter-or killer

The Hampton[ \ Senior Citizens In- Patch. This is 'Service( Project parents, Mr and Mrs. Gerald Brown. Dell Chapter Ifill O.. .S. The mpn- be held next Sunday.The Prayer meeting each Wed. p.m.
vites'aU' '' 55 or over to Patch. 'Patricia Rhoden celebrated her birthday thly meeting for Dell'Chapter 168 Victory Temple Church of Prayer Meeting was held at'the home
meeting Friday March 6.attend This their You are asked 'to look for' the Girl on March 1st. O.E.S. will be held Thursday March God: Worship service is held each of Isham Wilson. Members met at the

at 2 p.m.'and is held In the City begins Hall. Scouts next week since March- 14 is Jerry Loiacano was 10 years old on Brownlee 12, at 7:30 in the Masonic Hall on Saturday 12 noon. The members cordially church and motored to his home.

You will enjoy seeing friends Girl Scout Week.. The,Scouts will be ,i March 2nd. Street All members are invite you to attend. Choir No. 1 will rehearse at 5 p.m.
4-11 Club there! looking for more'glr!,, scouts of all Ruth Paladino celebrated her birth- asked to be present. It is time to make Greater' Allen Chapel AME: All Saturday.Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor

The Hampton 4-H Club will ages.This Includes former girl scouts day on March 2nd. plans for the Grand Session in April }in members are asked to attend the ning Worship 11 a.m. Communion service
meet "
who have not Hampton Elementary School Jacksonville Fla. District Conference in Lawtey begin- 5 p.m.
Thursday, tonight, at the home of Mr. re-registered or for NAACP
and Mrs. Harold Waters adults'who were former,, scouts, or New Students Bradford County Branch: ning Thursday, March 5-7. Sunday Free Canaan True Church of God In
7 o'clock. beginning at leaders. Remember. -.It H. fun to be ,Welcomed at the school as hew The monthly meeting of the Bradford School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Unity: United Voices of the Choir
Girl Scout Week green". students last week were Angela County Branch will be held Monday a.m. Federation will sponsor The Wayside
Truett in the 3rd Kevin Truetta night March 16. All members and in Gospel Singers of Alachua March 7 at
March 14 has been designated Hospitalized grade terested citizens .First Born Church of The Living ,
Girl Scout Week Mrs. Jessie Mae Whitfield underwent 1st grader, and Debbie Truett, a CHURCH ACTIVITIES are invited to attend. God: Tuesday 7:30: Bible Study. Friday the church 8 p.m. The public is in

Mrs. Beverly) Padgett, Brownie surgery at the Veteran's, Kindergartener. They formerlY' attended Mt. Zion AME : Tarrying Service. Sunday School vited.
The West Jacksonville
Troop Leader in this area, has had Hospital in Gainesville last Friday. Southside Elementary. Schoolin District Conference: will begin- 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Pleasant Grove United :Methodbt:
her Brownie girls busy working Her room number if 408;so a card and Starke. Evening Worship 7:30. Sunday School 10 a.m. 3, p.m. the
on Thursday March
will be Soccer Tournament S-7. The Laymenwill Communion Stewardesses will
patches for their uniforms. They prayer appreciated. Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday
started in November on the Julliette Wallace Collins is home following Mrs. Millie Galanos physical present asked the program.) All Laymen School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 observe their anniversary Rev.

Low World Friendship Patch. his recent hospitalization for tests and education teacher, accompanied a are Satchel participate.elder. Rev. F.R a.m. Evening Worship 7:30.: Robert Dell will speak, pastor of Mt.

The Troop learned about scouting treatment at the V A Hospital. He is group of 5th, 6th and 7th graders to presiding St. John Missionary Baptist: Sun Pleasant United Methodist Church of
services will
Sunday begin with
around the world as well as anticipating future surgery, and we Lawtey last Friday. The Hampton School day School each Sunday 10 a.m. Gainesville.
throughout the United States. They hope he will soon feel better than teams made a good showing In com 10 a.m. Morning Wor Church service 2nd and fourth Sun Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
cooked food of another country, spoke ever. petition with the other Bradford Coun- ship, Holy Communion 11 a.m. and 4 day. 11 and 3 p.m. Choir rehearses : Prayer meeting, Tuesday 7:30.:

different languages, and played Birthdays ty Elementary Teams. They enjoyed p.m.Antioch Wed. 6 p.m. All mission circles will meet at the
games of other countries. Aimee Hodges who was 8 on traveling to Lawtey and the sport- Missionary Baptist: Thurs. New Bethel Baptist: Summer Vacation church Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Story
They also composed a to February 24 celebrated with a seriesof smanship of this event. day and Bible(tonight) Prayer Meeting. 7 p.m. Bible School Workshop. Hour, Thursday, 7:30.: Jr. choir and
ceremony Study.The Junior Choir will
make the receiving of their patches parties. This began with a slumber rehearse Registration for this activity will Jr. Ushers will rehearse Friday at
party followed by a at her Sign Of Spring at 4 p.m. Saturday. All 6:30. Dinners at 12 Saturday. Also
special. They received their World party members begin at 9:30: a.m. Workshop ac
are expected to attend. Sun
Association Pin at this time. The grandparents home, Mr. and Mrs. Principal Connie Clark was very School tivities from 10-12 p.m. All interested Adminstrative Board Meeting at 6:30.:
E.W. with students this week whenhe day 9:43. Morning Worship 11a.m. All members asked attend.
Ceremony theme was 'Friends Are Hodges. Then she enjoyed popular oersons and those planning summer are to
The choir will
at the Starke
Free', starring Janet Bunner another party at the home of her gave individual classes special sing vacation Bible Classes are welcome. Sunday, Sunday School- 9:30: Morn
Christina Bunner, Angela Mitchelland parents which included a roller breaks. This was for the purpose of Nursing 6 Home. 3 p.m. Evening wor- Shortly after 12 memorial services ing Worship 11. Deaconess Board
Andrla Fenton. Regina Padgett skating party in Gainesville. observing the Signs of Spring p.m.Church of God in Christ will be held for the slain children of meeting 500.: Women's Home Mission

recited a poem entitled'Friendships'. David Roberts celebrated his 7th prevalent right now) School 9:30. Morning worship; Sunday 11 a.m. Atlanta. An offering will be taken toLawtey 6:00.:

The Candle Light Ceremony which birthday on February 28. with
Bishop C.D. Kinsey present. 5:30:
told about the different arts of the Jerry Phillips celebrated her birth- Willing Workers will
day on February 28. After returning to the classroomsthe meet 8 p.m. I
World Association pin was given by Professor Barge and the Barge News
Kim Sheppard, Aimee February 28 was also the birthday students remembered the various
Hodges, Jill Specials will
of Angela Renie Meng. On interesting seasonal changes and present a program.
Powers Marcia Carpenter and Friday Adult Choir rehearses, Cox of Waldo, on Sunday afternoon
Angela celebrated with her friends at composed about their by Terry
Jessica Fisher. Cheryl Thomas. Immediately their of Mrs.
the Gainesville Playschool. On Satur- delightful journey.Doufele after Prayer and Phone' 782-3300 expressing sympathy
Pastoral Teaching. PERSONALS: Joyce Futch's death. Mrs. Futch was

Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore are the Mrs. Cox's fourth grade teacher.

proud parents of a son, Michael Freddie Moore and his son Gregg

Adam, born Feb. 1:1, 1981. weighing 8 of Homestead, spent the long
lb$., in Alachua General Hospital, weekend with his mother Mrs. Fred
Gainesville. Maternal grandparentsare Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer, paternal and son Jay, of Live Oak and Miss
grandmother Mrs. Fred Moore, Sheri Rowe cf Madison met them at

s both of Lawtey. Michael Adam joins a church Sunday and were their dinner

sister, Trishia Marie Moore,who is 16 guests. Her son, Mickey Moore and
months old. his daughter, Trisha were also their

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and sons dinner guests.
of Jacksonville Beach,were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James Waters Mr.
dinner guests of their aunt Miss and Mrs. Frank Camp and Mr. and

Elizabeth Terry The occasion was to Mrs! Rex Stiles of Lake City, were

celebrate their son Bruce's 7th birth- Saturday evening dinner guests of
day. They visited their brother and AMS-1 and Mrs. D.R Brown and

sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Benton family

TOTAL IT UP! Futch, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum, We are happy to welcome Petty Officer
Jr., during the afternoon.Mr. 1st Class and Mrs. Joe Harris
Jay Eunice returned home and sons, Floyd and Frank and 3

from Alachua General Hospital, daughters Tena, Barbara and Ruthof

r Hooi MAia Gainesville on Thursday after having Jacksonville, into our community.
<*.!*.CH/K,QUA DC ; GREAT "." a iNUTr had back surgery. He is doing pretty They have purchased the Volley Red-

CHICKEN 1eonnA ORANGE r'eonuA good. Our prayers are with him. dish home and will move In a very
GROUND Pastor David Brown carried his short time.
tttAtTt<>t* .:wniH ACH* Vires
QT' WITH A r *f( CHl. 3GI !iIT.PK TtlRKEYSM parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Brown, Lawtey Little League'
to their home in W.Jefferson, N.C. on Dixie Youlh Association

LOnU, 0 THursday, after they spent a week NewsA
d 0 ea 1i 1 0s with them here. meeting will be held at 7:00: pm

OVER Mrs. 0 .J. Anders returned home March 5 at the Lawtey School. We

s Friday afternoon from spending ten have five teams this season.They are

days with her son-in-law and as follows:
daughter, Mr. and Mrs., Johnny Malor League ,
u. Wendy's Dixie( Boys), 'Coach+ .
.. Jenkins'of Milliard. ; ;
... .* ... Jack Southerland.
-* 'S l.DECUl: MARKET 8T LE FARMLAND BONELESS Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of
BONELESS BEEF Jacksonville, were Saturday dinner Lawtey Blue Coach George

PORK CHOPSOR SLICED DINNER.HAMS BOTTOM ROUND guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seeley.
Arlie Dobbs
RIBS BACON ROASTCOMPARE Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Lawtey Gold Coach Wayne Dun

xurl children attended a weiner roast at
ears ears the home of their brother-in-law and can.Lawtey Sun Coach Wayne

98 98 $178 188 sister, Mr.and Mrs. Wallace Chesser. Prevatt.
3 OVER LOS LO 2 LBS LB 5 LBS uic LB The occasion was to celebrate theirmother's Tomasovitch.Lawtey Ranger Coach George
birthday Mrs. Fred Carter.
SAVE 40' PER LB SAVE 10* FER LB SAVE 90' PER LB small .
SAVE 40' PER LB Also attending was their dad, another We also have fry programs.Will

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and have Membership cards on handat
Mrs. David Parrish and their brother the March 5th meeting for all
Faron Carter. parents. We need your support so

vans! YOU penny YOUPIMCHER tenor YOU J, Pit"",,, Mrs. Shirley Knowles and please be present. We have over ONE
COMPARE 1mB p''Cttn' PEA aAYCPRICC LII! COMPARE.iIIr..jt1P: PRICE rate SAVE COMPAR rlntNR PRIG! SAve! (8m.. ). p,PRICC nCNER SAVE VOtl ughters of Manning, spent last Sun HUNDRED GIRLS AND BOYS in our

afternoon with her grandparents program.Our .
day ,
I f IO a LM '&'" BOREUM tMOKID DAINWM oveasLSi. FRESH! ueriucmorR.Pork .
rJ: I 0 rR0.1, HORMEL association would like to thank
Porkuftt =Lq.l 30r Loin. *!' 1201VAIUV 3 3* r.J t:: $168 ::: Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. of for
-= Spread Qtrs._ Wranglers. [6O Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glance and Commissary Store Lawtey
ee1N txp[ ....Mur rteSlrloi4l .,. .. sponsoring the Rangers.For .
MLI/tf4 c. over f u"nuA came cur J30I PA
5e" k"'LIi-298' 13,. Pork ChopsLa-l88 30orunernoxruureROxterornacreox Spread II28 ID Luncheon Pack.!. 58 |2O'| daughter Sarah, Mrs. Vivian information please President phone
E.D. Crews
rn.x uuevureA axmcr' .... Crawford and son, were Saturday 782-3060, ,
ewaew nor "
curwmARoast'oasTEAiiLBeZ3e' rt: BonesLB68 a' Sol PKO. PANTRY PRIDE c r.j MVATr Doan LOAf ON supper guests of Mrs. Gloria Crews of Lawtey Dixie? Youth Association.
'' 20raex Meek
Cream Cheese75 to Olive Loaf s118'jp Starke.
veQ"vurrA.exont orwtlweee110r n.rxo roar tonnenAo reA4Pattie's' neermcaw.nn 1301 PACKAGE.! AXEIKODS Mr. and Mrs. George Smith of
1201 PKO. MlArl, ConservationComments
r=:I rJ
Chud.J..Lal88 rt 20rreexvetiru : IeReAOeD)6148 [2OJ Ricotta 'I48 [2O'| HotDogs. 88* |3O'| supper Jacksonville guests, were of their Saturday brother evening and

rtkkaDdYrorueuee.r: !' '. 1 a IB PAN:JEMHI! O LIGHT 6 DARK 1201 mO.. PANTRY PRIDE TEXAS STYLE! I lot PKO.. PAK
ChutlcRoastLB' : .218 I I"zo Turkey RoasUfTFryer 338 (sol Biscuits 38* [toi.tcurrAnrarPRlDeawrasarrle Lykes Franks58. rJ|2O'| Smith sister-in-law and children.Mr. Mr. .and Mrs. Henry

rntSM. '"l ev o'*oR "" rrex/l ..areAwi errr.weMrrnM and Mrs. Randy Hayes of
rWxtMMr r.JI
CHOICI' ( r:1 b1It'I'
"! : : : Smith
ruwcxeexeernpr "
ChuckSteak. *1e Ta 20 98* jyfj .,Asstd. Yogurts33cCOMPARE \tD] Meat Franks 148i:3 130'l Starke and their mother, Mrs. Earl Soil('on..nltiolli.t
LB .:. .A..... Teston and sister Nancy Teston, took
.. it- !
l her son Mike Teston out to the SteakHouse
"P.' !' .* 'u'y The llradforil S\\('U.I The Bradford
YOU "" You rlnnv! YOll
COMPARE..ammPI'Y' .. ..sAVe, ./COAIPARB' .mf ,nncnelltAV PRICC1r '' !! rYYiiW' ;i. save! COMPARE |\"+ : qlP\\:",, ill save Feb.for 26.his 18th birthday, Thursday Soil and Water Conservation District
1 / .. ra
will hold its
1001 rROZdn.PANTRY' PRIDE [L1eel' M,;,lnnralt, aOoi LOAF.COUNTRY trot STL,,HERSHET Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited monthly meetingat
!event or ureA wore 7:30: m.. March 9.
Waffles -. .-. 59< toua Conditioner.DISPOSABLE .129 is Bread 1G2i'98C [:o'| Choc. Syrup---I39 [!!3 Mrs. Jack Estes and Mrs. Helen guest p speaker from the SUVA nee
in Riverside in
Harley Hospital
.IIOZI!".PANTRY PRIDE -[RICRTLtghter297 It MrtAxeur lAxtRltl. lxNNexx Ter HUNGRY JACK'INSTAfIT' "MASHED! Kiver Water Management District is

Bagels 2/1 IJ:! ,'I'RODS (ASSORTED*,_.89* lioiHOMESTYLC :: Potatoes 4/l r.J!.!: Jacksonville Both of them on returned Tuesday to their afternoon.homesin planned: for the March meeting Planner
Mary l.urlJI'hlllll will in
II MCH VAMtfV MMr Or ( present
u,.ratn.IP ZZZZ27l lei TUSE- r'J ., RODS "pRIDCla Y alernlrM59 C r.J to: 1..| rORPIITURE POLISH r.:1:: Mr.Starke and on Mrs.Thursday.Clyde Wainwright and formation about the Water Management
Bage IJ.:! Colgate VJSSf_88 Kleen Guard_99 District. The Bradford SUCD
PACK- BURNT PLAIN' OR POWDERED! family of Lakeland spent last
10o FROZEN.! PAHTRY, PRIDE LEAP! 30>NARI rAw r.J: a... SWEIT! SUE CHICKEfl' 6 Board of Supervisors will also consider
Donuts 95 LIc.4 : r.:1:: weekend with their mother, Mrs. new applications for assistanceand
Spinach 3.1SCHAEFER t7r Mew Freedom-! Dumplings_89 ior Wilma Wainwright.
9 plans a display at the Brad
Mrs.! Leon Wilkerson and her son, ford County Fair
David, went to spend the day with her
mother Mrs. Earner Lowery in Adel,
9 : + Ga. The Bradford SWCO Is a go'rnmenIal -

rr r I/ Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr. and her son subdivision of the State of

I BREAD. and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Florida. It was organized in 19.>0 for
Donald Wilkison Sr., attended the purpose of developing and carry

homecoming at New Smyrna Baptist ing out a program of conservation of
01 e Church on Sunday in Starke. Bradford County's soil and Mater

nr iCHEER a Mrs. William Wilson spent a week resources. Each district Is operatedand

0 with her sister Mrs. Hal Hamilton of managed by the local ,people.
,01Y 9 Jacksonville.Mr. Five locally elected non-salaried

and Mrs. Lester Walker and public officials serve on a Conservation

sons were Sunday dinner guests of District Board. Presently Jim

1 Ivtal their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Faulkner is serving as chairman,
Steele. Rod('...!<>>nrr as vice chairman, Greg

JOY LIQUID FUNK t WACMALL8 Friends of Mr. Brit Rosier regret to .Alvare as treasurer and Colon Joineras
ENCYCLOPEDIACLEAN learn that he is a patient in Alachua secretary There is one vacancy on
DETERGENT' DETERGENT General Hospital Gainesville as of the Board.
.. UP Sunday morning.' Our prayers are
IIrFORAlAT10MtYOU with him. The USDA Soil Conservation Ser
ears ,
BEER149', $1'79 Ix.a $ 0922o HAVE UNTIL MAR. 28 Mr. and Mrs.. Michael Waters and vice (ISCSI provides the District with/

)49011) > T 1981 TO COMPLETE YOUR family, of Middleburg, visited their technical assistance and the Districtsets
1201 6 PACK CArt BOX BTL. ENCYCLOPEDIA' SET parents Mr and Mrs. James Waterson the priorities for SCS services in

.1 Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Bradford County. The SCS office is

.. Waters and family of Fitzgerald, Ga.. located in the Bradford Co..Ag Center
r -- I were their guests Thursday to Sun and is manned by Bernard Smith

tenor'' vou fir .' day. !Mr.and Mrs. Danny Waters and under the supervision of district
TPNIBT stow ue MA* tttt
COMPARE \ "p r/ncneR/ sevt.RIG GUal Out to Darter" t.It.sfV.f Ml 0'<.'!Ding i I family stopped by for a short visit. Cahin
veil .. conservationist llubbard out of
ntee t noNi niAicn "01 mt ONSIPfOU ,,
;f8B $ :m pHMlllAtptlCAL.IM-TUIt fA p:.. lt -Mr. and Mrs Ray Rosier spent Sun the Green Cove Springs field office.
,. .
ouTCiweers .
o r day with their father. Mr. Brit Rosierin The Bradford SWCD holds regular
; 2/.1
; Y "10T"'Lf'OOD' a11 LO WIt WIYC. .. Alachua General Hospital monthly meetings on the second Momday
i ROLL CNARMIR g : I Q Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Rosier plan of each month in the conference ,

Bath Tissue=j14'9 ['O rA.T. :. the Difference mCa 1)! LOW PRICE to be with him during the night Sundays room of the Bradford County ,

i g :.RPMi HOW1 IT tCMj CAN,. FIND:' lOWell OVCKAtL MllCCft: till*WI.N. AT ANY OTMKM S4JPC4 Q agricultural Center on 301 north of
CMI PANTRY RBO.OB *;' r::: 'f rnteA MAHNITt.e rooorru vent IHXJ0L rot Olff f ItCnCI* :IN CASH COM9AIIC PttlCCAON 'Mr. and Airs. Phil Eunice of Lake Starke. These meetings are open to
( rpartAmorxeeroeRMArner If rnuRarAluloweeon7fntRs!
Lemon Rinse..:.:_9 9 ; 2 ,'CO4TINO: H'St THAN "0_.NtflQ VO4J fOOO P"'II"''''UD tl61RR., TAIL Ane 0 0 LEADER! City, spent Sunday afternoon with the public and the supervisors invite, -
U''MB OIMCN!")Atev. *.reaceonrncrNACrunurennQ. OO"PA' "i'lL PAW'011g '
4.5... IIVER! SEEP Oft(,_all UPPER! .;"QfQ; DOUBLI TMI olrnetntt. CAfM I 'their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold. your participation. .,, .
IKal Kan.. p r.M '4/.1'LJ.': : ; Eunice. For more information abort th$. H i
gmgB.Sj Miss Elizabeth Terry received a Bradford Soil and Water Conservation

ohone call from Mr. and Mrs. Horace District, phone 964-6280, ext. 289.JJII. .

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The reasons tor such comments so receivedwill has been made by the Cityof .Abases.ft)), J.hoJ Jhe, plementaflon; .9f..Jh., .. PUBLIC' 'NOTICE .--... 'Sorke"! 'Florida' 2/19 register sold fictitiousname "

LEGALSNOTICE deciiion not to prepare be considered and Starke' 'which' certification was not' \'Irs '01 lowing" recommendations traffic regulation The annual election of. _4tpd 3/12. .: ",. .. .. under the provl. ,

such Statement are as the City Hall will not request documents the environmental fact executed by the 'of, Bradford! : Trustees for the Santa Fe, "'OTI.CEOF' :t' I 1: sfoni :at, Aforesaid(
review of ,. County ; .i I sfctule.. .
release of chief executive officer,I i
follows the Association ?
: J' 'I'
Cemetery ; INTENTION I 4 I IiH"
Rood :200 (US301)T6ct'tlinfroe ) i > i
OF HEARINGON This Project does not Federal funds or take the project. This Environmental other officer' of.the,City/ i', Section: J&luV! will be held on Thursday: 1 &TO REGISTER; 1 i I viut i\ Doted;! Ihls'Slh! day ofFebrMorrV&jL I
IMPLEMENTATIONOF affect the administrative action Review Record Is of f Sarke-iapproved by I :4 1981 In
adversely '
( 730
March 19 1981 at
any In itarke from CtSLrtfy ; :1 I". FICTITlOUf mf '" ""
FEDERAL quality of the human environment. on the within project on file at the City Clerk'sOffice HUQ or tM"' >,that the City t. Road loo.A"'n t *)o p.m. at City Hall. Hamp-Sl f .I N e' 'I BrodforCf'l"'ll""County.
ENERGY REGULATORY prior to the date City Hall and Is of Starke's environmental "-* ton. Florida. .. .. Florida. 2/12 4t435.NOTICE .
County Road 100-A (Edwards '
COMMISSION ORDER the available for public record for the Pursubnt lo "Section"d65.09 .
An EnvironmentalReview specified In review 'Thle meeting will b. lo
Loop'Rd.Prowr"SID )
NO. 69 COGENERATION Record respecting preceding sentence. examination and copy project Indicates omission : conduct general Florida Statutes OFINTENTION
AND SMALL POWERPRODUCTION the within projecthas Jerry Wodsworth, Ing. upon request. of a required decision 6.927 to business and to elect notice I. hereby given

been mode by the City Director Community The City of Starke will finding. or step applicable 7.490 mile From a distance SLD of 0.563 7.490 ,/trustees.of ',,,.,ark your- I that Jhe undersigned TO REGISTER
Notlc. It hereby glv.n Stork., undertake the project In ; MaP loretta J. Marchant 113E. FICTITIOUS
of Stork. which Development tqj the. project 1.6$ calendar nOW and plan
that CITY OF STARKE, documents the environmental Florida 32091. described above with the envlronrne'ntal to SID MP. ), a Call St.. Stark., Fl. -. '. NAME
distance mile.
FLORIDA will conduct Block Grant funds from of 0.170 ) sole v>
a review of the Itrhj' 3/3 review process. Objections /sIP"'lIon..! Trustees: 32O91 owner, doing I
public hearing to take project and more fully the U.S Department of must be preparedand Itchg 3/3. John "Campen W.H. business under the firm I Pursuant to 1 Section

written comments on sets forth the reasons TO ALL INTERESTED Housing and Urban submitted in accordance I l, PUBLIC NOTICE Guntef, Wm. Melton name of BRET JERRY' 865.09, Florida Statutes
its rules to Implement why such Statement Is AGENCIES, GROUPS > Development (HUD) with the required, Notice) I. hereby Sylvia. Hall, and Owen /113 E. Call St., Starke, Fl. notice Is hereby given
the Federal En.rgy not required. This AND PERSONS: under Title 1 of the Housing procedures) ((24 CFR Port II given that the City of Simmons, 3/5' 2tchg 32091 Intends to that the undersigned
Regulatory Commission Environmental Review FINDING OF NO and Community 58)) and may be addressed Starke. Florida Pur. '3/12. register' sold fictitious f .James B. Rowell Jr..
(FERC) Order No. 69, Record is on file at the SIGNIFICANT EFFECT: Development Act of to HUD at U.S. HUD suant to Chapter 163. name under the provl-. ," (P.0, Box,1J3\ Starke, Fl.
Cogeneration and City Hall and Is availablefor On or about March 20, 1974. The City of Starkeis Jacksonville Area Office and Chapter 166. NOTICE OF slons 'of aforesaid 32091, sole owner, doing

Small Power Produc. public examinationand 1981 the City of Storke certifying to HUD that 661 Riverside Florida Statutes. wilt INTENTIONTO statute. business' under the firm
tion. Th. proposed copying upon request will request the U.S. the City of Starke and Avenue, Jacksonville, hold a public hearing to REGISTER Dated this 26th day of name of STARKE
rules follow the FERC at the Community Department of Housingand Merrill Edwards In his of. Florida 32204. Objections ''receive comments on FICTITIOUS February A.D. 1981 In RADIATOR SERVICE. 661

guideline to encourage Development Office between Urban Developmentto ficial capacity as Clerk to the release of an Ordinance Enacting NAME Starke, Florida. 2/26 North Temple Ave.,

cogenerotlon the hours of 8.3C release Federal funds Is brought to enforce funds on basis other than and Establishing Sub 4tchg 3/19. Stark., Fla. 32091, intends .
and small power pro. a.m. and 5:00: p.m. under Title I of the Hous. responsibilities In relation those stated above will division Regulations for Pursuant to Section to register said fictitious .
duction. No further environmental ing and Community to environmental not be considered by the City of Starke, and 865.09. Florida Statutes, NOTICE OF name under the
City of Stork., Florida. review of such Development Act of 1974 reviews decision making HUD. No objection providing for the notice Is hereby given INTENTIONTO provisions of .aforesaid
encourages the publicto project I Is proposed to be (PL 93-383)) for the and action; and that received' after March 20 admlnl.tratlon..nforcom.nt. that the undersigned REGISTER statute .'

attend the meetingsand conducted prior to the following project: these responsibilitieshave 1981. will be consideredby and E.W. Hayes 601 S. Alton FICTITIOUS Doted this, 10th day of
provide their Input. request for release of Target Area I been satisfied. The HUD. amendment thereof on'' Rd., Starke. Fl. 32091: NAME February A.D. 1981 inStork.
Any person, group or Federal Funds, Rehabilitation for legal effect of the certification Jerry Wodsworth, Tuesday March 17, sole owner doing ., Florida. 2/12
governmental entity All Interested' agencies rehabilitation of the Is that upon its Director of Community 1981. ot8.00 P.M. In the business under the firm Pursuant to Section 4tpd 35.:
which desires to makeIts groups and persons neighboihood signifiedNo. approval, City of Storke Development City Hall. Commissioners Roomof name of AIRCO 865.09 Florida Statutes

comments, ques. disagreeing with this 1 in the City of may use the Block Grant Starke, Florida 32091. the City Hall, Star..... HEATING Airconditlon- notice Is hereby given
tions and/or recommendotions decision ore invited to Stork. for a total cost of funds and HUD will have Itchg 3/5. Florida. Copies of the Ing and Refrigeration that the undersigned,
In writing submit written comments $340.000 for fiscal year satisfied its responsibilities Ordinance or. 601 S. Alton Rd., Starke, Thomas R. Edwards and for moreLEGALS
may do so either at the for considerationby 1981 and $330.000 for under the National DEPARTMENT OF available for public Inspection Fla. 32091. Intend. to LeRoyce D. Edwards Rt.I .

meeting or by writingto the City to the officeof fiscal year 1982. This Environmental Policy Act TRANSPORTATIONTRAFFIC and review at register sold fictitious Box 515, Lake Butler,
: Merrell Does, City the Community project Is a Comprehensive of 1969. HUD will accept the Zoning Office the name under the provisions 32054 joint owners. do-
Hall, Utility Director Development Director. Multi-Year Pro. an objection to Its approval REGULATIONS City Hall, Starke. of aforesaid Ing business under the 12A
City ol Starke Fla. Oral Such written comments gram. of the release of NOTICE IS HEREBY Florida, and the Brad. statute. firm name of DIAMONDE see page
summaries of written should be received at CI. An EnvironmentalReview funds and acceptance of GIVEN that the DOT has ford County Library Dated this 19th day of RANCH LAKE BUTLERFL

comments will be ty Hall on or before Record respec the certification only if It completed an engineering Stork., Florida. Itchg February, A.D. 1981 In 32054, Intends to
limited to ten ((10)) March 20. 1981. All such ting the within project Is on one of the following .analysis supportingsaid 3/5.
minutes. Written comments
must be receivedat

Director 1981 the 5.DO offices by P.M.March of Utility 17 Zoning & Rezoning Notices *

The public hearing will
be held on Tuesday
March 17, 1981 at 7.00 NOTICE OF APPLICA. rezoned to I and terested persons proposed OR. for or against the proposal acres (lots 1 and 12)) Starke, Florida hasdesignated 90' for FOB. Cent W 90'.
P.M. TION FOR REZONING designated Industrial DINANCE Is available as specified In located three miles the City of N 100', E 90', 5100' to'
Any questions prior to AND AMENDMENT OF the property of SCOTT You and each of you for. your Inspection at the Zoning Code of North of Stark. on the Starke Planning and POB.
the meeting concerningthe THE LAND USE PLAN WHITEHEAD. describedas are hereby and the office of the Director Bradford County. West side, of Hwy 301 In Zoning Commission to Each and Every Person

nature of the pro. ,I An ORDINANCE follows: Six and one- herewith given noticeIn of Zoning and Planning Donald L. Rardon Section 3. Township 6 conduct a public hearIng having an interest

posed rules or for a amending the Comprehensive half ((6V.) acres locatedone accordance with Bradford County Chairman Bradford South, Range 22 East. I at a regular whatever in the enactment -
copy of the proposed Land Use mile South of Florida Statutes that Courthouse, Starke County Zoning Board. parcels 1953-008 and meeting to be held at of this proposed
Plan Element and Map Stark. the East sideof the Board of Florida. 3/5 Itchg. for
rules should be on County 1953009. general 7:30: p.m. in the City ORDINANCE should appear
directed to Merrell by Bradford County. Hwy 301 In Section, Commissioners of Brad Each and every person neighborhood commercial. Commission room. City and be heard at
Dees at the address Florida In accordance. Township 7 South ford County Florida having any Interest NOTICE Hall Starke. Florida, the time and place
given above or by call. with the local Government Range 22 East out of have designated the whatever In the enactment IRA HUDSON. has This change In on Tuesday March 24, prescribed.
Comprehensive parcel 4703-00100 for Bradford County Zoning of this proposed made application to the classification Is
ing 9645027. I tchg 3/5. subjectto 1981 and make a By Albert L. Crosby
Planning Act of 1975 as concrete manufacturing and Planning Board to ORDINANCE should appear Bradford County Zoning a public hearing to recommendation to the Jr., Planning & Zoning

TO ALL INTERESTED provided for in Chapter plant. conduct a public hearing and be heard at Board for reclasslfica- be held on Tuesday, City Commission, and .Official, City of Starke,
AGENCIES. GROUPS 163 of the Florida You are further given at a regular the time and place tlon of the property March 31. 1981 at 7:30 the City Commissionwill Florida. Itch!) 3/5.
AND PERSONS: Statutes.TO NOTICE that a copy of meeting held at 7:30: prescribed. described below from p.m., In the County consider on Tuesday -
FINDING OF NO : All Citizens. Tax said proposed OR. p.m. in the County BOARD OF BRAD. RSF-MH to CN: Commission Room In April 7, 1981 at the
SIGNIFICANT EFFECT; payer"I other In. DINANCE is availablefor Commission meetingroom FORD COUNTY COM. One-half ocr. ( '/.) the Bradford County same said place at 1:00: PUBLIC NOTICEAn
The of Starke, located '/ mile West of ORDINANCE
City your Inspection at Bradford County MISSIONERS. Courthouse. At this P.M. an Ordinance
Florida proposes to request You and each of you the office of the Direc. Courthouse, Starke. BysGilbert S. Hwy 16 ore NW 25th time all persons Interested relating to: amending the Comprehensive -
the U.S. Deport. are hereby and tor of Zoning and Plan. Florida on Tuesday Brown. Clerk. 1 tchg 3/5 Ave. In Section 18, shall be heard The rezoning of the land Use
mont of Housing one herewith given noticeIn ning Bradford County March 31, 1981, and Township 6 South for or against the proposal following described Plan Element and Mop
Urban Development tc 22 East out of of the City of Stark..
accordance with Courthouse Starke, make a recommendation NOTICE Rang. as specified In property and amendingthe
release Federal funds Florida Statutes that Florida. to the Board of SCOTT WHITEHEADand parcel 2279-00600 for the Zoning Code of Comprehensiveland Florida In accordance:
under Title 1 of the retail with the local Government .
Each and ) County Commissionersand neighborhood Bradford
the Board of County every person RONALD County. Use Plan to pro-
Housing and Communi. Commissioners of Brad. having any Interest the Board will consider NEWMAN. have made sales and services. Donald L. Rardon vide that lands currently Comprehensive
ty Development Act of ford County, Florida. whatever in the enactment on Monday April application to the Bradford This change In Chairman Bradford zoned R1A and Planning Act of 975. as
1974 (PL 93.383)) to be have designated the of this proposed 6, 1981 at the same said County Zoning classification Is subjectto County Zoning Board. designated by the plan provided for in Chapter
used for the followingproject Bradford County Zoning ORDINANCE should appear place at 10.00 A.M. on Board for reclassification a public hearing to 3/5 Itchg. Single-Family, Very 163 of the Florida
: and Planning Board to and be heard at Ordinance relating to: of the property be held on Tuesday Low Density, to bet Statutes and Chapter 25
Target Area 1 the and March 31 1981 at 7:30 PUBLIC NOTICE'I .. QCdiflOrtS45CJ'njt,1y ,
time ,
place ,
conduct a public hearing The of the described below.from .. "(1 I nrswono-d -W>rt8PM'aftl PjrtPwtlrteM ( |
rezoning .. '
Rehabilitation for prescribed. "'' :'p.m."W: ),; :the'' CouI'i1'LCoMmis.4oe' An ftOINA E of.$t k.FWa'i' \
at a regular described OR to CI .' P..lgIotptlttt''V''IWIflboV'11
following : :; :
: :
:: ;
rehabilitation of the pmediaq'4he.Con.preh.nslveq TO'
meeting held at 7:30 BOARD OF BRADFORD and amendingthe Approximately tWerrtyisix ., ;:;; Room''In' Prbfesttencttol e/it! !II ;: !I.f If 1 "h!
neighborhood slgnltiecNo. p.m. In the County COUNTY- COM. property ComprehensiveLand ((26)) acres locoted the' Bradford County"Courthouse. Land.t Us&"". .property'of Mor" 1.",.('v' p Pthenin,
I in the City o' MISSIONERS.By At this Plan Element and Map'of terested persons
Commission meeting Us. Plan to provide one mile South of tha Powell McClane,
Storke for a total cost I /s/Gllbert S. time all persons Interested the City of Starke. You and each of you
room. Bradford County that lands currently Starke on the East side Alice Louise Gahagan
of $340.000 for fisca1 heard Florida. In accordancewith or. hereby and
Brown. Clerk. 1 tchg 3/5 shall be
Courthous., Starke.Florida. anddesignot.d 5.Town.hlp
zoned OR of Hwy 301 In W.C. Powell. R. Emmltt
1981 and S330.00C the local herewith
Government noticein
the given
year for or against proposal
on Tuesday. the 7 South, and L. Powell
by plan Gahagan
for fiscal 1982. In Comprehensive accordance with
year March 31. 1981. and be as specified 'for all
22 East. parcels Gahagan
Agricultural. ; Agent
as Range
This project is a recommendation FOR REZONINGAND the Zoning Code of Planning Act of 1 1975 as Florida Statutes and
Comprehensive. Multi. make a AMENDMENT OF rezoned to Cl and 4702. 4703-00100 and Bradford County. provided for In Chapter Owners W.C. Powell; City Ordinances, City of \
the Board of
described follows
Year Program.It Commissionersand THE LAND USE PLAN designated Commercial 4705 (excepting Donald L. Rardon. 163 of the Florida as Stork.. Florida that
has been determin. County An ORDINANCE the property of acres In Northeast cor. Chairman Bradford Statutes and Chapter 25 to wit: the City Commission of
the Board will con varied intensive The East 270 feet of
ed such for the Comprehensive WILLIAM ROBERT GORDON ner) for
that request sider amending County Zoning Board. Code of Ordinances, City Stork. Florida has
Monday. April
release of funds will on Land Us. described as commercial. 3/5 Itchg. of Starke, Florida.. that portion of Sec. 23 T designated the City of
not constitute an action 6, 1981 at the same said Plan Element and Map follows: 20,000 sq. ftn ,!Ths| change In TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers 6 S Range 22 East lying Starke Planning and
place at 10:00: A.M. an classification Is South of
South Alligator
Bradford located 5'miles '
significantly affectingthe by County NOTICE and other Interested Zoning Commission 'to
quality of the Ordinance, relating to: Florida, In accordancewith of Stark. on the Westside a public hearing to JOSEPH A. persons Creek and North of conduct a public hearing .-'"
human environment The rezoning: of the the local Govern. of Hwy 100 In Sec. be. held on Tuesday SCANLAN. has made You and each of' you Bessent Road; except a of a 'r.guloimeeting '*
and accordingly, the City following described ment Comprehensive' tion 26. TownhipftLiSouth (StMarch 31. 1981 at 7:30 application to the Brad are hereby and SOx IOO foot lot owned to be.helct.cili.

of Storke has decid- property and amendingthe Planning Act of 1975 as Range 22 East p.m., tin the County ford County Zoning herewith given noticeIn by FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 7:30: p.m. in IhejuOly. C
ed not to prepare an ComprehensiveLand provided for in Chapter out of parcel 5003 for Commission Room In Board for reclasslflca- accordance with CHURCH OF STARKE to Commission room City
Environmental Use Plan to provide 163 of the Florida Air-Conditionlng Sale the Bradford County of the wit: Comm 18.32 N of .
Impact tion property Florida Statutes, and .., t1.lIuStpr"-" ftqlc*
that lands At this SE of NEV4 of SE''.
Courthouse. cor
Statement under the Statute. and Repair. described below from
City Ordinances City of 'ml
Ty cIV1o? /
zoned OR and 'all Interested of NLY of Bessent '
National Environmental ly TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers You or. further given time persons OR to CN: Stark. Florida that Bdry 1:981:; nnGtttpkp; ..... IIiI''
Policy act of 1969 (PL designated Agricultural by the plan be and other in NOTICE that a copy of shall be heard Approximately two ((2)) the City Commission of Road W on NL Y1oIIdry,,' (' recommendation,. .! .(

91-190)) n. ,I!city:; ) ntnissicy'. Q\yj'the

I" ctnw3iMkwlCaiiI )

Ralph Bryan Real Estate '.(4c'(, t;.. 'rt -, I 'daY l m.rdiit:tonSia./i ilIj 1t} (oj .: i'1;

310 W. Co., Sf. rTJ' P.M. on Ordinanc.

(Cor. US 301 & Call SL) LCI! relating.JoJjj The rezoning I IJ'IfjA of Abe.)

964.8788, ANYTIME I ..I' '. 1. '):i-;! 4' I I'i folio-wing 'aesVFIblcTproperty
ERA !" > < *' find omencting'tnis ) L i
MONDAY.FRIDAY '-5 SATURDAY} :; j j' '": il uffr': : i"'H:. "tf> ,'fl' / : 'C.'mp'rarr.hil.v-' )
p.m. < I'll h Land Use..,Plon/ t.Y rpr '-r
Evtnlngs Sundays by appointment
/ 10 Sr ')JnO i.VT.JI I, t >OZ> I. fide, that lonoVdWtkmUKiiy
Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR REfiLTY .. Jl a 10 I'1 1tHu'I -.zoned iR1C/ESoig1e/ Family. Medium o.nllt t \

.:3 ACRES just out of city limits. Zoned for homes or I')" '. '.1. ;ris". 'i-S t I t ''v. 'tbr.fetcr.dtR-Mt

mobile homes. 7000. 'v 964-5065 01 ,, 'il and designated Multl\ij 1
'I' I Family, Low Density

MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost 1 acre I In 'I.,. ." .; ,....... ,,/ ;to' ." District the : of
I property
town.3 BR 2 full baths Block home- LR Fam. Rm. Cent 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone I I ,,,ii, I .. .. P.O. Box

Heat/air Almost new stove Ref. ft dishwasher Apartments for Rent t'I. : 1261. $ tor".. Fla.
Owner financed. 1 .
$45.000. ,
Office Space For Rent '._, 32091 described as
follows' :

MODERN BRICK HOME Just Inside City on 1 acre 3 BR GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Great location on Hwy A certain parcel lying
2 Bath Fam. Rm. Fire Place Cent. Heat/air closet and being situated In
301. Terms offered.
garage -1 pecan trees Can pay equity and'o/.% j Section 29 'Township 6

Mtg. of appro 2500. Total cost$4',900. COUNTRY LIVING I 3 BR, 2B brick home. Ten acres of land Estate w w i South, Range 22 being
i .1 'more particularly
cleared and fenced.
WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE 4 BR 2 Bath 24 M 40 DW CLARK described as follows/ :

Mobile Home. Cent Heat/air ft wood burning heater OWNER FINANCED Mobile home en large lot. .REALTORq.,1[ Begin .:23 feet! West of
Dishwasher stove Ref. Good cond. 27700. Can 964-7828 986 N- Temple. I Narth.ast ,corn.r'of'
assume existing mtg. '12000. Reasonable down payment. : ,'I'j B kaloWsfiBBE .Tract B';t"Wet Pin.
n 1 'I Subdivision,
>64-5231 ; thence run
LOW JO-s 3 BR. I 1'/4 both concrete. block home town. GEORCf ROBERTS Broker I West 185 feet thence
Neat 2 BR Frame, Cor. lot creened-ln front porch ., '
Close to schools. ASSOCIATESi 'run'South 179.73
closed In back porch. 22500. MOVI BIFORI SUMMER
Weekends. and Evenings Cell' thence run East 185.23
Richard Roberts '....55'1 Ann Godwin Inte this lovely 3 bedroom : R0RaMPRELTY f..t./.nc..rU' Northerly '
f" 51j
: 2 beth
GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frame on 2 acres with pecan pear modified A Frame IB '
Patsy Silco. *....657' Norman i 185.1Ifs. to
Heading f 64.5""
fig, ft citrus trees room for another home or mobile home with e pool Lob of '
John .. Smith '....6217 point beginning/ (property -
i '
home and rent house Reduced to $23,000 more outstanding features located m the 600
HOMO -STAlKS we'd lave to show you. Phone ,964-7700 Block of
.2. acres $5.000 S Acres $9,000 Terms. .,... IB. frm. garage. tO'.10 .Frame home on 2 lots with. warehouse-Walnut St. ,1 SO YOU HAVE $3.000f railroad track

.3 Ares ft Up $3.000 A. lawtey City Water and sldewalki .2IR. II. Mock. Fenced 42S PI..w.... DrJ3IR. This 3. bedroom 2 bell. Hcut*:For,Rent on I Euclid Strelt'i; .and
/i% Int. 1%a. Block' nice 1320 Searing St. home has Each
12% down 10 yrs. en assumeale Walnut ,St. u- Call .and Every Per-
Y' .3BR, 3B, 2100 sq. ".LA. opnt. I'/.A. w/rnt. ept>..IOOW., mortgage for u a qualified I son having an Interest'

SR230I 1'/ acres fine strand of harvesloble timber ir.. .. .. .. ; .Frame home. good location,2M,2B-Perk, Place.' !buyer with only .13,000 Lyn,.. ,whatever M.the enactment -
..... : down and law -3 .;"roo .. | ci1 of this .
surveyed for 9 lot subdivision 22500. '>. .!';1. .... OUT-OF-TOWN'HOMES monthly ) proposed
'I' ."..\.-.;. ("''rAi, .3... IB frm. 21 ecres. '.car ger.g..M.L1Starlimg" Rd. ,.1m...... .ORDINANCE' should op-

.Appro*. 20 acres US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded :: 701 .4.1t. IB frame, 'large let, lake Butler -1/10 ,ef acre,., ne Wprovements peor.ond be heard at.

13,000r A. with terms. _... ,; ... ...... ..; ..''I'. ,; .. .3.., 2B, Stucco. fireplace! :.:30levth., OWNER, FINANCING '- ; ee-.'State- 'Rd., I the, time .arid' place'prescribe
.tot lake. Rd. lota en Old 14. *, ,
targe ,:2 mobile "homes Sampson i lawtey. : I
.20 Acres wooded $22,000 and S2 .OOO with ... Read $5.000 _h. Want;' to 'Baby! .Iiti : By Albert' L. Crosby",
pin. This lovely home en ever one acre In town can be yours .utHul, 4 BR.2B Wfckap IOA-W. ef lewtey.'' ; Jr:." Planning A
for 'Zoning
I terms.I with owner financing. Call Today. I' frame BR 1 IB. l5.eeatbldg..ep.14'4' A.-frn' .., Nursery sale. call for Official. City of
details.fJ73 Starke.
.3 BR, 1.. frame, 100.7S let. w/a.",. |In Hampton. i4 If your family, comes first 'I Florida. Itchq 3/1. .
I >1 Acre mobile Home Let $4.000. SUMMER RENTALS ON KINGSLIY LAKE I Peel, FP, 3IR, JBBrlekCouwtry Club. .ereej'' .1 I Veu wilt lave this 3 : acres on bid lewtey _

I MAKI YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW I IProperty large. appro*. 1;.. ".. 2B -o S.R.lOOi.lACRIACI .. ;' ; .bedroom 1 bath. home Road.. .. '
Wl HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All YOUR REAL r- faceted In ,'e ,:;nice' !lOee.'enSt'! Roed"i2S'ouof : 'Won'Action. ;
ISTATi NEEDS. > .:;. -'g "lawtey: several .1 Imfrevementi -
CALL US AT '.....7M ANYTIME -DAY OR NICHTII Management S.rvicesAppraisals ..7 acres. 2 trailer hook-ups < Crosby:,fake. Snares." '1' I, ; '.!''pd, ftT99A 't.11 : :fro tr(' VourAds ,
lol.. : .
Lot -4 Sampson Loe. I Oeieae7$2:3S'Kay : '
AFTER HOURS Susan M. FaulknerRIALTOR944504SIrene .. Terry A. : t '
Approximately, S earve hi lawtey Area. ;' 'I' ?
C WatrsV4-ef4l
1. ,...I..r.. REALTOR-ASSOCIATI-944-9142 .
Lillian C. Pearson Noel' Word acres-Off SR233. Eileen S"n'.y-,;. 7J.3064' venlngsi[ Pleese'cellrernfe '; .
SALESMAN 5445.420Sandra
Lucille Spry-IROKER *' "
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"", ,, J. ,'t... Buddy' Tornadoes S-u.rViveLiveOak 1814It

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;' ": ''ON-'"", [:' C'II.lOgS. win number in 1931 for I
was one
""S' ; < 1. variety. "We still need to hit the ball :
I Bradford High's baseball Tornadoes with more authority," Hartley said. Tornadoes in Tourney
'.."n" ., ,J i but Saturday's 18-14 over Live Johnson was 3-for-4 with a triple,
Oak-Suwannee at the Bids ballfield three runs batted in, and three runs Now Through SaturdayThe
Editor was not. the, prettiest victory to be scored and Goodge also went 3-for-4
I Sports had: with a double two nbbies and three
The Tornadoes 4-3 losers to the Tornadoes (1-1) are now involved In the eight-team Palatka Invitational
........................o tine runs scored. Mark Williams was Baseball
same team in season opener,' 2-for-3, scoring twice; Mike Jordanwas Tournament which runs through Saturday.BHS .
buried Live Oak early with an offensive 1-for-l; Hudson, Clayton Nor- was scheduled to play in game two Wednesday evening against Ocala
The softball season Is off and running with the opening of the Brooker Invitational onslaught and on top 14-3 heading'Into man, and Allen l-for-2; and Clark Forest with Scott Allen to (} the mound for the Tornadoes.Win .
Saturday the top of the fifth were ready to lfor4. Hudson also had a sacrifice' or lose all the teams will play three teams in the tournament. If the Tor-

Weekends' are booked' up aD through March and already April i U" filling With pack up the bats and head home via bunt a stolen base, and an RBI; Nor- nadoes won Wednesday they would play at 6:15: tonight, Thursday, March 5,
the Starke Recreation Department Leagues (Men's Open Women's up.Men's the 10-run rule. Tornado Coach Mike man laid down a sacrifice and knocked against the winner of Wednesday's first game pitting Jacksonville Bishop Kenny
Church) all pushing. their opening days back to April 20 it should, make Open for,a great Hartley penciled in the second string in two runs; Thomas had one RBI; against Keystone Heights. A win there would vault Bradford into the tourney's
preseason run of tournaments before league season starts. And there won't be and changed pitchers to get some and Clark scored once and had a stolea championship game set for 6:00: Saturday night.
such a break between the regular season and the July-August tournaments game experience In the top of the base. David Sparks walked twice A first round loss would have the Tornadoes playing the Bishop Kenny-
another big plus for local clubs. post-season last.. em the fifth. and was hit by pitch once, setting up Keystone loser Friday at 3 p.m. A win in that second round game would move
Here's a list of the weekend Softball I know of in the area Then the Improbable happened.' two runs. BHS into Saturday's: 1:15: p.m. fifth-place game. Should the Tornadoes lose their
: The 'Dogs ((4-3)) nearly rose from the Washington was 3-for-4 with two first two times out they'll play for seventh Saturday at 11 a.m.
March 78eBROOKER dead. triples to lead the Suwannee batsmen. In the bottom half of the bracket are St. Augustine and Palatka. who meet at
The same hitters who had managed 7:30: Thursday night, and Ocala Vanguard and Clay, who meet Thursday after-

> INVITATIONAL: (see the preview on this weekend's Saturday- just two hits and only a three run second ( Mltlv noon at 4 p.m. in the last first round game.If .
Sunday tourney elswhere in the Telegraph). frame (two runs earned) against .Ooli OM OM 0 14 10 I all goes as planned BHS Coach Mike Hartley said he'll start Bill Goodge on
Scott Allen teed off against Kenny .......... 13(10)( ) 004 11 ,. I the mound in the second round game and Kenny Clark will get the call for game
10- W..h'?...., CSrl.ll w..Mn .
((1)) toii ((2))
March 1315CHIEFLAND Clark another BHS ace hardly usedto ..-.(I), Su.......(I) brim._AII n, C,.'". three.
such rough treatment. ((0)). -..(tl ..d O..dg..Joh.., ((4)). The Tornadoes will be on the road Tuesday, March 10, at North Marion ((4
e INVITATIONAL: A men's open 12-teamer at McCallum Park After Clark walked the first man he W.OowlB.(M)1.himMd ((0-1)). p.m.) and will be back at home Thursday, March 12, for a 7:30: p.m. game with
in CWeftand( this tourney already has committments from NAPA of Lake Butler faced Live Oak roped a couple of 11-..Ie.I...,..(to)2._..(I)I..Wnhlnlen((1O)1JokoMK Santa Fe under the BHS lights.

and Gainesville Tire.Entry fee(is$7S and two balls with trophies going to the 1st, doubles and two singles to bring home ( ) ______m
2nd, and 3rd place teams, 1st place individuals and the home run champ. five runs and make it a 14-8 ballgame.
Teams can call Fred Moody at 493-2571 days or 493-2003 at home. BHS was set down without a run in the '
bottom of the fifth and the Bulldogs -:1- .. ; :f-

March 2022eRAIFORD rallied again in the sixth, slamming
four more hits, one a triple to greet ,
POOR BOYS TOURNEY: Tourney Director Wilbur Rogers third BHS pitcher Bill Goodge and. the
((431-9603 7 a.m. to 8 p.m and 431-1599 after 8 p.m.) is shooting for "at least 24 count was leveled at 1414.
teams,"and says he could go up to 30 by using all three fields (one lighted) at the Fortunately enough the shell-
Lake Butler-Union County Complex. shocked Tornadoes warmed back up
Local teams expected in the field Include the host Poor Boys, NAPA and in the bottom of the sixth, with the
Water's Bulldozing and Hayes Builders and Electric of Starke. Other teams get- first string bats back In the lineup." I
ting invites Include Gainesville Tire and Hogtown Rollers from the G'ville Randy Parado walked, was bunted,
league, the Orange Park Businessmen, Roger's Sprinkling of Jacksonville, and over by Brian Thomas, and scored the H
Buck's Stove, Drews and Car Lot of Lake City. lead run on a Scott Hudson single.
The tourney Is non-sanctioned but Rogers said all ASA rules will be adhered to After Hudson stole second Chuck
and ASA umpires will call the games. Johnsoif-doubled him home to make it

Entry fee is$85 with no balls required as Rogers wants the consistency Blue- a two run game and Goodge slapped a -
Dots in the games all the way through.Trophies to be presented include 1st to 4th double to' plate Johnson. Mark
place team awards, individual placers, and a Home Run champ trophy. Williams then singled to score Goodge 4 -.-- wT.--
and BHS had another comfortablelead ,

March 2729eGAINESVILLE at 1814.Goodge .
prevented any further >
UMPIRES: Another one with a large field of teams expected Bulldog resurgence, setting Live Oak'
and most of the top local clubs expected to enter. Cost is$75 and two RF80 down 1-2-3 in the bottom of the'
balls with the entry deadline set for March 20. seventh to even his mound mark at

Teams can contact Carolyn Griffis at 372-5034 after 4 p.m. to get into this 11."I t ,
Westside Park event. was pleased to win but after havIng -
such a big lead and then them
e STARKE CHURCH OF GOD TOURNEY: This church tourney is to start on scoring runs like that it took,
Thursday, March 26, and wrap up on Saturday at the Lake Butler-Union County something away from the win," "
cpmplex. Hartley said of the rout.turned.nail-
< Tourney director Fairland McClelland is shooting for a 12-team field. Cost is biter. 'From now on if we're in the

$65 and two DudJey or Blue Dot balls with trophies going to (lie top three.teams, fO\.lrth.IMlnuuIJ.) ,wejust needonevi.)NA1Sll( dN,1 k Mn '+ '4r
tisfplatfeiriarVldUalkand/ ( the team ekMbiUhg Uwfbest 8port. man hip.. >.--,'s-M more. (innJn ),,Ao put.the game away ...,
'r Call McClelland at 964-8309 or Randy Joiner 496-3464 to enter. by die 10-run rule we're going to try ,..,.
to put it away. I've learned my lesson. '.- '

April 35eNEWBERRY- People might say you're running up
the score on 'em but people have beatus
GATOR INVITATIONAL: An 18-team men's tourney at bad before and we 11 just have to go ..
Newberry, this is another tourney that should draw many of the top clubs in the with that attitude. That was just too

1 area. close.
Entrance costs $75 and two RF Blue Dot or Dudley balls. Jimmy Mansolo "Really when I looked at the book I .J -
((372.2332, P.O. Box 741, Newberry, Fla. 32669) is the tournament director. saw we didn't play all that bad. We ""':' ...
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two innings when they scored those Bulldog Runner Safe at Third
April 10-12- ball down at a Suwannee High runner beats a throw to third
five and didn't make
six: runs w an Reserve Tornado third baseman Mike Hall chases the In Saturday's 18-14 BUS baseball win.
GAINESVILLE TIRE WOMEN INVITE: The fourth tourney on tap at the error. Scott and Bill both pitched well .
-ake,Butler-Union Co. Complex will be a women's event sponsored by the Kenny just had a rough time. He was -
ataesville Tire women of the Lake Butler league. off his rhythm a little bit and just
Entry fee is$'10 and interested teams can contact Olan. or Lydia Polk at 485-1085 didn't have good stuff. I wanted to get 'j, t.'

oenterv"' M .. him at least one inning pitching
\tC: ',' elm. -3: Vi before the tournament (the Palatka
_WATERS BULLDOZING CHURCH TOURNEY: Waters Bulldozing & Ex- Invitational (see related story), that's :
aV tlllg of Stark!plans to put on a non-sanctioned church tournament in Starkes why I made that decision." : .L ,, Introducing

weekend;..the. ..first" tourney planned for Starke's Edwards Road field and Allen fanned six while allowing just : _
estside.l. two hits and walking two. Goodge pit-
This tod 'will probably be moved up\ to Thursday-Friday-Saturday to ace ched 1V4, giving up two hits, one earn-
O-"" 'the[ church teams. Tourney Director Dwight Elder said he's shooting ed run, and striking out two. Clark *
ra 'j iams.: interested clubs can call Dwight at 964-5258 evenings or Cleo ElderMJing was tagged for six hits and nine runs,

t 93nonlkiC": days,. all innings.earned, while whiffing three in 1% The Fortu..

April 2426nVA The early stick work helped pad
Bradford's early season batting
ei n \ ? so r GREEN MACHINE INVITE; The Kiwanis Club of Starke will be averages, which suffered a bit when
I utting.on what hopes will be a big-time Softball invitational in Starke for -Live Oak righthander Phil ( Check.
c iartyrwith) ; Hillandale Farms' Green Machine as host leant** "" ': 'v; .** C d i ',Washington fanned 16 in last week's : ..
said he to extend to .
Tourney Director Eddie Douglas hopes InVitaons /most season opener. Washington started ,j
df the better team in Florida (such: as Jerry's Catering of Dubose of again Saturday but was still arm- / .
ensacota)and maybe sone of the best from out of state,Alabama and Georgia weary from the first meeting betweenthe I ." ft-(4I&-j:;
and some other states.'" ] teams and was hit hard. t' 153arisir
Th inoney raised hi te event will go toward some charitable or civic The Tornadoes totaled 14 hits : r9RTl'. F'D'RRI! !
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PTA TOURNEY The Brooker school will be t. .
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using this tournament for the weaker men's church teams as a fund-raiser. Play ,. .... S
will be at the Brooker ballfield) adjacent to the school. l < ie v %_ (c psNwr,
Entry fee is$40 and two softballs with trophies awarded to the top three teams, BHS 'Lifters I' '- .k:

first place individuals team sportsmanship, home run champ, and MVP. .. '
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4th at Baker'Invitational f.'H. .Jtc i "

:GAINESVILLE TIRE MEN'S INVITATIONAL: Another Union County- |( .....
Lake Butler complex tourney. this one is hosted by Gainesville.Tire of the'

Gainesville metro league. .
Interested teams can call Tommy Atwood (373-9069 days,372-6424 .at home). -
> The Tornado weightlifters took up
the rear in a field of four teams at the
From the above list only two are tourneys to be played at Starke's one-and-a-- 1st Annual Baker County High Invitaitional with inftres
half year old Edward Road facility and the older Westside Park but hopes are I i last Wednesday. BHS scored 21 *
for the weekend action In Starke to pick up a bit. points to trail team champ Baker Co. -- .
Cost for'one! ballfield for a weekend is $50 and the use of both, fields for the I-((46)) and Middleburg (30) and Fernan-

t weekend is,$7$. ,Teams running tournaments can run the concession stands if dina, Beach ((28), .

That package i 'Is attracting1 a lot> more'attention With the area coaches talking BHS did have individual stan It's the revolutionary way oil under one roof or Fortune
make with Coaches dout as Bobby Martin won the 132 U
about a tourney
having! a chance to some money locally. say Federal D With 46 of
this year's field rental price is about half of what was charged last year pound class easily with a 460 pound for people to bank. Fortune years Federal
Stark Rec.:: ireetor Cheryl Godwin disagreed Tuesday, saying that the cost total. That garnered six points for Fortune Federal now offers experience has billion
was exactly the same last year. "I guess people just didn. t understand what the BHS. Mike Jordan just missed winn '. you checking rhor pays now over one and
cost was,. it's always been that way" she said.... trig the 185 V< division with. 'a,personal 314/ %interest compounded of dollars the in assets 100 associations,is one
.. top
record 520 total.Tornadoes. daily No longer do me
Starke league meeting last wednesday' brought a"pleasant in the country We offer o
The etMen'! Open funds in your checking
surprise last week, as seven1 teams put their names in the hat. for the l league..Also, : The, were at the North account hove ro sir idle variety of savings plans
entries. Marion Invitational.Wednesday Feb, ) and the most professional
drew seven
the Women's Open League Now
costing you money
Men' league entries are/Waters Building & Excavaling'Hayes I Builders and :4. and will return home for,the final your checking will earn L courteous and complete! I.
Continental Telephone Connectors 'The Oldtimers. of the mortgage financing) ovo'l
Electric, Starke Stars. regular season meet season you money at Fortune I
LAwtey Wildcats 'and Olin'l Mobile Homes. .. ;Wed., Feb. 11. against,#iddleburg., ,. Federal D This revolution- able O Open your Fortune
In the womens league will be the Saints, Rowdies Lawtey Slaves Community .. ; checking, account now ir's
State Bank Dazzlers, Domiaos.1;'Alligator Creek Ranch; and the Lawtey Angels. ........M.s..k.r e......,;,; ''wi;" .,;,_...';4". JO nog yservlcemeonsnewbanls convenience is yours Now- the revolutionary way for

Play for all three Starke. Leagues Mens.Open' ", Womens. Open, .and.Mens, 1 14w.- ,.:..(ac,4k'SMddrd., ;M)H.;_....:! .. you can have' your cheeking: / people ro banh/
Church! ppns AprtJ 20 Mid Godwin! said. t, .. -,...(-)al.- savings. and your mortgage' /,, : 4.r 27 friendly office*In florid
at-Via or.-(K)1ft... H?.. MwrliM J-I( ) IM .., 0".,011. billion dollar In ouN.w .
0"wiIUd m..d "',......... .
bVwteresting' to see) ):.the new, softball nile'changes.wlll: : site t the.: p1. a..n.rd WI'I_ (tt' ) ....j..4d, PIIIHI" .__. .,.. ; .,",: ', vmerly Guaranty Federal c'G'rc.U.,
game. (WK) '''-'11-171. -
changes nave the bases moved back to 63's'"slow'pitch'games 1 l ak.v MwM(IHIJ\ IIFi.5-- *, 1 1v
ASA : and play) Coaches more doublesshowinngg I tt*. .... Cntf (K) *.... ...*..1 _tt. d..(Mil) tl ,, :..
youth .
( at 60 fbr women I say FO
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more Of' l UH) 09if TlMfilN*(Mil < ; y
UD hv prattle*'games these days and ASA officials predict that I -.. JOTM, Jk Mfi (lei) H ... Irj) Mlh, tonte. *., ; n I
plays at the plate and throw gdts at the other bases.will also result. M'l _...-,.. I'? .n '
Another big change has a foul ball with two strikes sitting the batter down witha h,; '.,. ,..... _.(M>)>a11.aa.e ,...,w.I1ttl! (aaav p vSt ." -
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strikeout. That too should;speed up the ASA'with batters nd ,, 1f$4<; -
untilhey : ... 'eooy _(IC) .. I(.....). .. 5000 .
longer able to rattle pitches>nto foul territory see "their pitch. ,"; ., 1''_'_" .."..o\D".U..J. t ... t093, W. Modlsoc feH ,, .
Pitchers cart now be pulled and then reenter one ttme as the pitcher in later lanlngs -"v IUOwld W"_(IC) 011.. "I' .. t
Previously pitchers i could only, be reinserted,at a different position.! ,': ?". u.l0r..d,. __(MIl) >>. .. I .. .. ...)
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V I 1 1i Bulldozing of Starke and W.W. Gay of Gainesville open up the season-

\ opening Brooker Invitational Softball tournament bright and early Saturday
i morning squaring off at S a.m. to get the eight team event underway.In .
other first round action at the Brooker Field Raiford Poor Boys takes on
Gainesville's Hogtown Rollers at 9:15, host team NAPA of Lake Butler meets
Beer Witches, a 5-A league member in Jacksonville at 10:30: and GainesvilleTire
and the Orange Park Businessman,another 5-A Jax team,match power at

11:45. "
d'f Loser's bracket games follow at 1 and 2:15: p.m. with the winner's bracket
,semifinals at 3:30 and 4:45. The last Saturday night game is set for 8:30.
A I Sunday's first game Is at 1 p.m. with the first championship game set for
1 around 9:30.Trophies '
1, 1ll I will go to the first second, and third place teams; first place in
dividuals; home run champ; and MVP.
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I Gatornational TicketsOn Mondays through Fridays or at the
) Old Armory from 8:30: am. to noon
Sale in G'ville
i and 1. 5 p.m. each weekday.The .
tJ j \l Tickets to the Gatornational drag -
._ C-.... M,_ ... .. .. ....- .., --"" '. races to be held at the Gainesville deadlines for registration are -
March 18 for the Major and Minor and
1981 Lady Tornado Softball Team Raceway Thursday-Friday locationsIn March March 25 for the Dixie Eoys. There
This year's edition of the BUS girls Softball team pictured above Includes: Back row,1. to r..Lisa Blackshear.Lorraine Bass Phyllis Cuffee, Myra Cummings 12-15 Gainesville.are on sale now at two will be no charge for registration.

I frqnt row. left to right. Queenie Berry. Sharle Hankerson, Janet Williams, Pamela Samms. Michelle Brown. Tracy llankerson, Doll Waters, Von. Tickets can be picked up at Wilson's
da Hall. Vaunda Brown and Coach Gayle Lee.
Valerie Ha mm. Lisa Alvarei, and Lynne Waters. in the Oak's Mall or at the Gainesville
Raceway. Dixie Boys & Minor

Cost for general admission seats is Coaches' Needed
On Wrong End of 8-2 Came With Clay $5 Thursday $6 Friday$10 Saturday
and$15 Sunray.Pit passes are free on Coaches for teams in the Dixie Boys
I Thursday, $4 on Friday, and $5 for (13-14 year olds) and Dixie Youth
Saturday and Sunday's races. Minor League ((8-10) age groups in the
BBS Girls Get Softball Season UnderwayThe Scorekeeper ClinicIs Starke I leagues are needed.

Interested persons should call the

BUS girls Softball team openedits Gainesville Eastside. and committed just two errors to and Brown had the only BHS run bat- Thursday P.m. Rec. Department at 964-6792.
1981 season Tuesday at home,com It was 1-1 after two innings Tuesdaybut BHS's five.Phyllis ted in. A clinic for persons interested in
ing out on the short end of an 8-2 score the Lady Tornadoes managed to Cuffee was l-for-2 with a Losing pitcher Valery Hamm show serving as scorekeepers for the soft- Needed
against. Clay High. The Lady Tor. push across just one more run while double for BHS while Vonda Hall ed good control Coach Gayle Lee ball and baseball games this coming Umpires
nadoes will look again for their first Clay struck for three-run frames in Lorraine Bass Vaunda Brown. noted walking just two batters. season will be put on the Recreation For Starke League
win today, Thursday, March 5,with a the third and seventh innings. The Valery Hamm, and Janet Williams all CI.,HIOh 013 Ml I I 14 tradfonl Department at 5 p.m. today, Thursday -
4 p,m. home game against Blue Devil girls outhit Bradford 16-6 were l-for-3. Hall's hit was a triple 010 100 o I 4 I March 5, at the Old Armory Umpires are still needed for the
.. adult softball and baseball
31- (HI) 1/.0.70.Cuff youth
will be
Scorekeepers paid $3 per leagues
opening soon.
game. All persons who have never
Shot Just Misses at Buzzer kept score before but are interested in All umpires and coaches for the
taking the job should attend. leagues operated by the Starke
I Recreation Department are requiredto ,
Baseball attend at least one of two inductory
Tornadoes Can't Catch GHS; Lose 5654A Through SignupsGo March 25 clinics set March 2 and 9.

The meetings will be held at 7 p.m.
forgettable 1980-81 Tornado nadoes near-victory. Watkins led the and Ben Tankard with 12. scoring all season we would have Registration for Dixie Youth Minor in the Old Armory Building
basketball season came to a close in way in the scoring column with 14 "We played alright.'we got balanced been in good shape. We just never and Major league baseball is under
the first round of the District 5-AAA points but also in double figures were scoring," Sexton said of the effort. knew from one night to the next way for any youths aged 8-14 in-
playoffs last Thursday but the fight Fisher and Eddie Thompkins with 13 "If we could have gotten that kind of whether anybody was going to be hitting terested in playing baseball in the
the 3-20 Tornadoes gave GHS ((15-12 Starke Recreation Department Loop
entering the game) was an unex- -wr v v Thompkins hit five of eight shots, League. Planned in StarkeA
pected surprise. Watkins six of 13, and Tankard six of The Minor-Major League age group .
BHS lost by just 56-54 and missed by 14.IradfordHS. Is 8-12 with the age determining date softball league for girls aged 13-15
the margin of the back rim of sendingthe la 14 It S4 Being August 1, 1981. The Dixie Boys is in the works again this year.
game into overtime. With one second _".,.,,11.HI II U I I I* M ages are 13-14 (same date for deter- Any girl in that age group who
left and the Hurricanes up 56-53 ... .,wont..ThvoipMin*141),I.T.nb.r4 4 mination: August 1), would be interested in playing softball
and 0., II. (tow*0 0-0 0, ",h..I J-J: IJ,, Mori,.0.-... Boys and girls can sign at the
Kerry Fisher was fouled sent to 0..10.0 t,Wlnktor 0 0..V,WMfclM,. 0 2'lAM! up may sign up now at the Rec.Dept. office -
the line for a bonus one-and-one. The SI Ml M. Pratt St. Recreation Center from 3-5 in the Old Armory.
junior guard hit the must-make first
shot to pull the Tornadoes within two : ., ,' ,.. ..- ,- ') f, "H" 1 I' .41111.,',
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and then tried ,tO Bounce.the'second. ,.:." : .-. : ; ,:' fi .5 ,, _.;, '",10'- .)%".. ."f\..,' (.._' //I I. .., rrl. "t/. n
shot off the Tim 4o'get a chance at ..*. a. M,.. a",,... \-" w 1, .r.. 1 ,9L w w.r, 4" .. {. S1 i Innw, 1 ,I "m 1 rio''t '' .nl! ju u.
tieing two-poiftter. The miss"ricocheted
right back into the leaping
Fisher's hands and he tossed the ball e eI
back up before he hit the floor. Unfortunately
for the Tornadoes the shot Your
kicked off the back iron and trickledover Complete Office Furniture
the front rim and basketball
season was over.
"We almost put that last shot in
didn't we," BUS Coach Mike Sexton Dealer
remarked. And he was right, the ball
just did miss falling. _
GHS went on to give secondrankedLive
Oak a tussle before falling 3325in We OfferFine
Friday's semi's. It was Eastside
((20-9) that pulled off the two upsets to Pr _iI iJ i\ '
win the district title. After disposingof ,.
Santa Fe 73-51 in the first round the Standard 30"converts x 60" single pedestal desk QualityDesks I
395.00 that Into secretarial work I
Rams stunned seventh-ranked a I I 1 1REG.
station with optional return. File and .
Buchholz 62-41 Friday and then put a $487.00National
box drawer In pedestal', center drawer '
halt to Live Oak's 26-3 season with a Office with central locking device. Walnut Chairsand.
62-60 win in Saturday night's finals.In veneers and hardwood solids antique ,
the Tornadoes tourney game it Furniture brass drawer pulls. 3V," overhang on"Kimball" ::5
seemed at halftime that another lop- approach side '

sided loss might be in store. After Single I. For Use with Left Hand Return .,. _"' .._ .. llOffice
shooting a miserable 3 for 13 from the Pedestal DeskSECRETARIAL (DE4-25-3060RP) ,
field in the second quarter and 9 of 29 For Use with Right Hand ReturnDE42S3060LP
in the first half BHS was down 31-21 at ( ) MachirfegSAVE -
intermision.But RETURNS Left Return (DE4.25-1840LP) \, ;;
after a sloppy second half start M Converts Right Return (DE4-2H840RP) __
desk Into a work station. 18" Ie
GHS Coach John Hughes yanked his J r 40" top, typewriter height. 3 box 249.00
starting five in disgust and the Tornadoes drawers with removable stationery AE.G- $308.00.
siezed the oppurtunity to dividers in 2 drawers. ) i'I t J
make a game of it. Recognizing the .
changing Hurricane defense well and I
with Kerry Fisher shuttling the ball \
quickly around the point the Tornadoes ,
kept chopping at the margin.
Hughes kept his second team in at aa '
the tipoff of the fourth quarter and 1435.00'1
BUS kept pawing at the lead, finally During
tieing the game 49-49 when Kerry REQ. 8538.00National
Fisher hit two of his 13 points right Office
after Hughes inserted his top five ,36" x 72" TOP
back in with 1:39: left. OurSpecial :: "Kimball" Over-hang top.conferencesize,
GHS hit its next time downcourt. desk.
) Double Pedestal Desk (DE4-2S-3672OP)
and senior 'Cane guard Brian Davis
w+e+aaM"ra .
r.w+ 30" x 60" top. Constructed of walnut 525.00
swiped a BHS pass and hit a layup to xswaN ma
the hosts 53-49 with 1:01: left. veneers and hardwood solids with REQ. $654.00
push up
I Sale I antique brass drawer pulls. 3 box .
After Bradford failed again to get offa drawers In one pedestal, box drawer \ I
shot Adolph Gilchrist hit one of two ,and file drawer (for letter size or legal 36" x 78" TOPConferencesize
free throws to give GUS a 54-49 lead. ir< _
? size, side-to-slde, filing)In other
Watkins hit nothing but string on a pedestal. Pull-out writing shelf In both, top with overhang
16-footer from the wing but Davis was pedestals. Center drawer with central (DE423618DP)
fouled coming, out gf backcourt and locking device. Adjustable glides. on. 550.00 :
hit both foul f hots to keep the GHS advantage tapered legs. (DE4-2S-3060OP) REQ. $678.00
at five' 56-51 with just 28 Q ." ,.'-..
seconds on the clock.
In the last Isham Carter hita
layup on a feed from Fisher to makei ,
it 5653. With! seconds left Sexton used -
his last'timeout and BHS immediately THE
Sable out and fouled D ,
Gilchrist.The'Cane guard missed his '
shot, Carter rebounded, and when the Thompkins Shoots Inside OFFICE
ball was kicked out of bounds by GHS Tornado Eddie' Thompkins 23)) shoots inside against Gainesville In last
with four seconds).to go Hughes called weekend's District 5-AAA playoff. 450.00 '
t j a 'Cane tirrteout,, allowing the Tornadoes Teamate Kerry Fisher (II) watches from behind Thompkins. -' REQ. $556.00National
to set up. to SHOP
"We've gotta penatrate with thei Office Furniture / -

i,ball play,"we've Sexton got said to get"In the the.three-point Tornado CHRIST :x "Kimball" Credenza ;. i 10. 'I'{. Call St. ,

huddle. Jj\ r M Companion piece for use with double- ,
t Fisher wen 'tu file hole with the ball pedestal or ingle-pedestal cesk:20" x 964564Slarke.
LUTHERAN CHURCH 66"top, 29"Mgn. File drawer and box
and was folded, but-his' shot rolled .
.. drawer In each end section,center ''
around the ijm'nrt-Hppedi>uU, OWC: ;. storage section with sliding doors: Lock 0 ._ Fia.
Pastor .
with one secorfd to gif Bradford :ould' Glen Schmlege 473-2419 on one file (drawer (DC*-2S-2066SP) }
only hope that Fisher hit the front end 4

of with his a one-and-ohe purposejy-mjssed and# set second up a tip-in at-.' Church Service 1.030: am For all your Offkfe. Supplies .

tempt. All went as diagrammed:except
the socohd hot'Fisher's' mid-air" and Needs
attempt. ft (- Keystone Lion's Club, Printing ....... ...
Sexton pobt '
BUS scoring" & j4 key to the Tor- *Sundav school and Bible School Resumed 9 am' ,

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BBS Welters Can't Sports Calendar for Next Week

I" ".' 1(,' '. '.. Thursday March 5- ,
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WiD: th: : Clo vries'f"" BUS baseball at Palatka Invite (through Sat:)). ::
clinic Old Armory (5:00). =::
Eastslde at BUS girls softball (4:00)1 ,'. x ::

Fall to Baker Palatka Friday March 6- 'f*' -:-'

BUS boys and girls track at University City Relays UF

BUS girls softball at Buchholz .
Close'matches (4:30): )
went the bther Way Feb:26.Freshman. .'
all week and
Baker County the and result was losses to Lori Clark pulled off the Saturday March 7- ,',
Palatka in BIIS w
tennis matches Thursday''' only victory for the Lady Tornadoes Brooker Invite mens softball tourney (8 a.m. all day)
day. and ;Tues-1 Clark won a tiebreaker V2 to pull outa ;
9-8 pro-set against a Baker Co.
Baker County pinned 6-1 defeats senior in the fifth singles match. Sunday, March 8- : !
both '
Palatka's the boys' and girls teams while Another close match went the other : Brooker Invite softball continues (noon finals 4:30) ::
,mixed team (three boys way as Melissa Winkler and Michelle i.-- i.::
< r'
two girls! ) squeezed by a Tornado Sapp lost by one point in a tiebreaker llr wr. __aItLkli March }':
mixed Monday 9
4-3: -
group Tuesday at BHS.
to lose a 9-8 set in doubles. .
Lady The Tornadoes Tornadoes are now 3-4 and the Close matches were the key in the r Umpires clinic Old Armory (7:00) >?:
2-2. Both
squads play boys
match. "We lost
just too many of '
Union March
County 'at home Tuesday, the close ones" McGriff noted. Tuesday 10- :
March 10. In three matches Tornadoes had the ; Palatka & Live Oak at BUS track (3:30): ) *. ,
Palatka lead or were even in the late stages Union Co. at BIIS boys & girls tennis (3:30) -'" .
BIIS 3 before losing. Craig Sapp and Joey BIIS baseball at North Marion :
"It was an instant replay of Herres pulled off the only win, breezing (4:00).w i
Palatka. we lost all the close matches 8-1 in number one doubles. .
again Coach Jerry McGriff said of Wednesday March 11- ,;:
the match. Ingl.i, loop (tHf P.I.H..4) ... Million.HI*.,,4-J, ....It(P)'". Middleburg at BUS weightlifters (3:30) (-'
The wins the Tornadoes did Wlnfclw*... 1.*. ... ..,.
i-lr Gainesville
N.m. IIS
pull off (IHS) H.y. t-Jt/ -i-: at BIIS girls softball (4:00))
... ....
were smooth enough, Craig Sapp outer(P) 7-i,11.1'.. IwiklHinlt. (P)d.Mu..
was ...,. .
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a 6-0. 6-1 winner at (I IIb$I n.1..I ly(P)".$.Johnwn t-t.1 i..-..
number .. _
one OMiblMl ...
singles Joey Herres easedy by 6-3,6-3 WI .......Itpp-Wlnktor............(P)(d INS...)....Mu.Mllllk.n-Kr.ilt. .... Thursday March 12-
at number three and Santa Fe at BIIS baseball (7:30)
Sapp and Eddie .
Winkler cruised through the numberone llngl.n Johnian(..,...Mu n$10Nh,.I,0,Nllit I (!.)4.Wlnkl r _I. BUS girls softball at Santa Fe (4:30):
doubles match 8-1, 6-3. But in the I.,. O.idlek((Io)4 tapp* d.!.._..1. 4
other four matches three of which Cl.r.(.INN)4.lullI......((9.!1))...hl.I1.., .-Ie...(*'4. _
could have gone either way, it was C..n_....*.-,. .... .
Johnion-O.idkk' t ,
Palatka (1.) M.n.- THANK YOU
on top.Baker *
Klliwlyoni(..) ..WlnM.r-lopp.' 1.1(1.1)( ). *

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Sweeps BUS NI.yl
tlnglm hrtfi (..)d. .. ... Sapp Vollies Against PanthersTop We to
Still tapp t-1. Dopwn( ) H rr*> are sincerely grateful
without the whole team t-..l.mkrijht. (..)".%.JohnMm I,.Pllklntan' (la)d.J.
together the Tornado boys and girls tohmo .-.. (Mir*. (to) 4. MtuwH 41. l.hlblH.' ... Tornado singles player Craig Sapp backhands a volley In his 6-0 6-. win
were bested by identical 6-1 counts in CI.... (IH1))d). 0.v.v..-,. over Palatka's Joe Millikan In number one singles Tuesday. friends and neighbors for their
.., .
a dual match at Macclenny Thursday, DeptoivHordM Dew"' po(H...)d. ..(IMS JohmonJ.) A Iqtfe-l.mbrlght Johnson 1*r. I-l. BIIS.Despite Sapp's victory the Tornadoes lost to the Panthers 4.3 In the match at

many kind acts of sympathy dur-

| Tornado Track Teams Open Friday at University City RelaysThe ing the recent loss of our home by

Tornado track & field teams The Tornadoes are home Tuesday Marks, Jonathon Johnson Frank, Hawkins Michelle Stilwell.and fire. Our appreciation cannot be
open up their season Friday.March 6, March 10,with Palatka and Live Oak Cross Mike Jordan and Don Portis;' Fussell. Carol
at the University City Relays at Percy coming over for a dual meet set to juniors Larry Saucer Herbert adequately expressed.A .
Beard Track on the UF campus. start at 3:30 p.m. Hawkins Kenny Bright Ronald Marks Johnson Hawkins, and Simmons -
All Running for BHS at this point are 27 Davis, Kerry Fisher Isham Carter, were all integral parts of last
relay events will be in Thank-You to
run the
meet which starts at 1 boys and eight girls. and Brad Hildreth; sophomores Ed year's second place BHS team In the Special
p.m. On the boys squad are seniors Steve Crews Bruce Simmons Larry Long district meet. Hildred and Wright
Willie Hill Curtis Jones Kenny return as top BHS weight throwers Lawtey Correctional Institute and
Wright, Jeff Belcher and Brian and Jones was Bradford High's top
Bradford High School Davis; and freshman Timmy Gonzales distance runner as a freshman. Sunland
I Track Schedule Tony Hill Kenny DeWitt Eric Top returner for the girls team is Training Center.Mr. .
1981 Lane George Levasser: Steve Marshall Louette Smith the third place
and Gerald Pettaway.The finisher in the state 440 yard dash.Tiffany
DATE TEAM WIiERE/TIME Griffis was BHS's best distance
Mar. 28 Fla. Relays G'ville girls team includes senior
:\Mar. University City G'ville (Boys) All Day rie Chappel; juniors Tiffany Griffis Hawkins runner as is a expected soph last to make season an and immediate and Mrs. Robert Brice
Relays 1:00 Shipman Debbie Haisten, and
"pr.3 contribution
Bradford Home as a freshman
Louette Smith
; and freshman Pam
:Mar. 10 Palatka and Home Invitational 1:30 sprinter.

Live Oak 3:30 Apr. 6 Palatka and PalatkaCrescent -

:Mar. 13 PalatkaInvitational Palatka City 4:00:

3:00: Apr. 14 Santa Fe and Santa Fe I I I III { I ,

:Mar. 17Mar. Eastslde and.., Home Live Oak 3:30: I I I II II Ib

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Ladies Getting in Shape and Liking It... Stark, -Florida.* 2/13 I .
4tpd 3/5. 2/12 4tchg 3/5.
Aerobic dance students In Starke kick up their heels and swing their arms to Sorensen Is helping area ladle to keep In top physical condition At the start of ". --
the beat of their favorite songs, while they trim their figures and strengthen this 12-week session more residents can Join In this fitness sport. -
their hcarti. To receive Information about classes demonstrations and a free class

With classes offered at First United Methodist Church In Starke each Mondayand schedule phone Carole Stevenson at 984-8073. The new session Camelot.will Commissary' Food 'Stpr". \

Wednesday from 4:45 to 5:43 p.m.. aerobic dancing, developed by Jackie begin Monday. March I, at 445; p.m. The first class Is free. (( Hwy. 301 ot 225 In Lawtey : I

Located In th* old Baisford Mat Mark.t .

I Special Meeting Set Tuesday To Go Over City AuditFourteen SAUSAGE Smoked 711-3017 $ -M| B9tfc8PK16OZ NETTLES Opon 1 Day.7 a.m A,W..k.'. 1.p.m..

Country Cured
recommendations for cor He told the board they have 20 daysto pose of reducing the apparent cost of ment bank account as soon as possi $1 HAM $149
rections in business practices are con- reply to the letter to the auditor the equipment in order to obtain com PEPSI .,..
tained in an audit report presented general in Tallahassee. He offered his mission authorization for payment. ble.The audit makes other recommen- 6 Pock No W..r 0

Tuesday March 3, to the Starke city firm's services to assist with the rep- The audit cites other items such as dations which carried over from prior Red, Whit CLUB USDA CHOICE
council by Pat Farnsworth of the CPA ly- utility poles on which rent is being audits.It $168 $289
firm of Davis Monk and Farnsworth.A The audit states policies adopted by charged have not been counted for year suggests the city bidding policy to Blue B_r STEAKS .
special meeting is set at 7 p.m. the commission other than city ordinances several years nor have rates been ad- item items than Old Milwaukee Delmonico
purchase or more
Tuesday, March 10 for the council to and procedural respon- justed to reflect current market con- $1,000 should be competitively bid. BEER .9o $Q 8 9
go over the audit with Farnsworth. sibilities assigned to employees have ditions.A The audit cites several occasions 6 Pock Con12Oi STEAKS L'.
He explained the report which an- not yet been systematically summarized
when items were purchased and Cans CHUCK
nually Is in documented.It review of the renewal and
presented January was or fully
either not bid or the bids not Bud Mlllr $169
delayed until auditors received an Inventory cites a piece of equipment valuedat replacement requirements in the 1964 recorded. were Schlitz $289 ROAST L.,
of equipment from the city $4,500 was purchased for the power bond ordinance stipulates that Auditors the
engineers.The plant and cites it was not bid and was transfers of one half the surplus in the suggested City of BoitUs CHUCK
management letter is now part not purchased by the purchasing utilities system revenue fund have not Starke general take fixed a physical assets inventory of New its Budw.lir $269 STEAK $179 l',

of the audit according to Farnsworth. agent but by power plant employees.Audi been made in the amount of $129,549.The laws annually. RIB .
provide this to be done
State law requires the letter be madea states the cost of the unit was audit recommends the funds be on an an- $ //4ra T.BONE
part of the audit. split between two invoices for the pur- placed in the Renewal and Replace- ment nual basis letter.according to the manage- BACON' U 1L10tB. STEAK $289.

The audit reports the utilities CUBE
system inventory taken Sept. 30, 1979 f 1 ICE 720 $ 2. r1
Brooker News - was not reliable. It is recommendedthat / STEAK ,.
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the commission take stringent 890 Hamburger $1149
I measures in the areas of policies and OIL a. ,
by Mrs. C.E. "Sue" Davis procedures regarding the utilities ---
Phone 485-1311 systems' internal control of inven FREEZER MEAT

tories. Front Side Hind
Brooker Bike-A-Thon Kingsley Lake Baptist Church March each Sunday. The prayer meeting The Starke Board of Recreation according
Brooker will soon hold a Bike-A- 14, beginning at 7:30: p.m. There will services are on Wednesday at 7 p.m. to the management letter $135 $139 ti 141
Thon to benefit children with cystic be a Youth speaking tournament and The public is invited to any or all ser stated the average daily checking
fibrosis according to Juanita Adams Bible drill. Music will be presented by vices. balance amounts to more than $6,500. Custom Cutting 8 Wrapping
chairman for this year's event. youth groups from several churches.The Graham Baptist Church Auditors recommend some of the w. accept U.S.D.A. Food Stamps ,'
guest speaker will be Randall The Rev.James Starling announcesa funds be placed in a savings account.
Crawford of the choir is formed the
The Bike-A-Thon will involve ridersof Lawtey Baptist youth being at
Church. The public is invited. church of young people ages 3 through
all ages who acquire sponsors for
the number of miles that they ride Those on our prayer list this week 12. Any young person wishing to participate
are: John and Geneva Neighbors, should be at choir practice rr
over a prescribed course and time, "
said Adams. It's both fun for the Sandra Hazen, Hoyt Mann, Aubry each Wednesday night at 7 p.m. The FLORIDA a
riders, and a to raise for Green, Kyle Bennett, Berry Shivers, choir will present a selection to the Meet Ted Stanley:...
way money
research into cystic fibrosis, a lung Hielah Dukes, Elenor Sconter, Cassie congregation at the morning services' REST Ted, our Garden Store Manager, Is anxious
Mrs. Steele
Vernon each
Presley, Clyde Sunday. "
and digestive disease which attacks "
children robbing them of breath and Prescott Becky Sykes, Inez Green, We wish to extend our hopes for a ONTROL r to meet you and offer help with your lawn

Vince Robinson Link Hollinsworth, speedy recovery to J.W. Starling whois ,t, & garden problems. He has reduced prices
life.The Bike-A-Thon is scheduled to be Cindy Countryman, Sam Lee Linda a patient in North Regional a on several Hems to to
encourage you come
held at Brooker Baptist Church Cox Ruby Hodges and Allen Keen. Hospital and Mary Taibi who is a patient 'Y .
r us In this week. You'll Save!
Volunteer help is needed in the in Alachua General Hospital
March 14. It will begin at 8:30 a.m. fora
15 to 20 mile route. Prizes will be nursery each Sunday. If you are in- Both hospitals are in Gainesville.. 4fpj _
terested in taking care of the little Around Town
awarded to the riders who collect the
most for cystic fibrosis. In ad- ones please contact the Pastor or Mrs. Hugh Crosby and son Matthew Donna Tolleson. The nursery also have returned home from a visit with
t-shirts will be given to
every needs donations of safe her Cdr. and NOW NFel'tl
rider who turns in at least $25. Sponsor toys for the parents Mrs. E.F. I I
available small fry to entertain themselveswith Hilderbrant at Cape Coral. ,
sheets are now at
Brooker Elementary school or bj during the time they are in the Ginger Adams daughter of Mr. and -lame Premium _
nursery. Mrs. A.B. Adams celebrated her 8th
calling chairman Adams at Brooker.
Boy Scouts ;New River Baptist Church birthday with a slumber party last Lawn Food Pellets -
Drew Andrews was accompaniedby Friday night. Out of town guests were \ \
With the fine weather we have
having the Boy Scout Troop 516 Anneta Countryman on the piano Beth Parrish and Christy Floyd of Specially Formulated for Plants I '
reported they had a successful when he presented a medley of songsat Lake Butler. Friday night guest of Grasses Landscape
cam pout and hike last very week. Hike the three county 4-H appreciation Bobby Adams was Kevin Shelly of Florida

leader Keath Starling led the troop on dinner held in Worthington Springslast Lake Butler. All 20 % Off
week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knott of HamptonOaks
a 5 mile hike across the woods West of
Brooker which included crossing An invitation is extended to anyone and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith Contains Iron -
who wishes to join the New River and daughters Vivian and Vallery of Hanging Basketsand
Tiger bay Forging through
swamp. W.M.U. ladies observe the An- Morriston Minor
as they were Sunday afternoon
large catclaw briars and heavy t
nie Armstrong week of prayer for guests of the G.W. Davis'. $5098
foliage was quite an ex
swamp perience for the The Scouts home missions this week Tuesday Mrs. Ruby Hayes is home after an Elements
returned home Sunday troop. afternoon March 3 and Thursday March 5, at 9 extended stay in Alachua General Plus 12%

after the Hospital in Gainesville. ANNUALS ,
an overnight campout near a.m.The
Santa Fe River. Actteen group of young people Toy Rodgers is much improvedafter High APPLE TREES :
will preside at the Wednesday night surgery in Alachua General
The Scouts will Goodwill
bags Saturday March pick 7 before up 9 a.m. week of prayer services at the church Hospital in Gainesville.Mrs. Concentrate Sale Price $8.49 6 PACK TRAYS
this week. .
Please have the bag ready and placed Ruby. Hodges has entered Reg. Price $9.99
The will entertain 'Sulfur. *
outside your door. young people the Regional Hospital in 59
St'ollt'l.\'ik Fur Donations puppeteers of Stetson University at a Gainesville where she will be given a

The Brooker Boy Scouts are askingfor cook-out Saturday. March 7 at 6 p.m. series of tests.
donations of 1 book of Top Value The Puppeteers will perform in the We are happy to report that Allan Bag Covers r-------------1. :
stamps and aluminum products. The church at 7:30.: The public is invited. Crews' mother Mrs. Fredia Crews of 1 1 I
stamps and the sale of aluminum will Rev. Countryman wishes to an- Jacksonville successfully underwent Up to 5000 9 9 I I

/go equipment to help for purchase the scouts.Promotions much. needed shown nounce at a the film church of Humpty Sunday will night be home by-pass recuperating.Fund heart surgery. and is now Sq. Ft. .' > I 1-- : 5% SEVIN DUST f;; I

during the services. This is an KaisliinS.ile Safe.effectivecontrolofmany $;
for I
Coming Scout* outstanding film and I am sure Gainesville Tire Softball team will ., STOP INSECTS I ,. ,tea. insects on vegetables flowers,
A court of honor is on (the agenda for will get a lot of good from it, hold a yard sale at the home of Lydia etc. Also kills fleas on animals I
the boy scouts on Monday night so please make it a point to be pre Polk in Brooker on IIi way 18, March : FEED YOUR GRASS 1 I \; \\I and in the yard., 9 :.

March 9. The meeting will get underway sent. 14. The team is raising funds to purchase 'PERU-LOME I ;:} 4 U. BIt 12 j,; ILAVIN I ,:.
Itht'rlililfl1.,14.: .' flub much needed "
at 7 p m. at the club house and : equipment for the .J. Htf. 2.29 :
A meeting of the Riverland Music tournament FOOD I
will continue to 8:45.: Parents of the I a N/IIIIYNIINNt| ':
Club will be held at the home of Gene The Gainesville Softball tournament I .
scouts are asked to join them at this PLUS Limit 1 Bag Please
time for the conclusion of the Parrish Thursday. March 5, at 10 will be held in Lake Butler complex I .
program. a.m. Anyone interested is invited to field Friday April 10 through 12. DIAZINON I rice Good with Coupon Only Thru March II, )j jI ::

Program/ coming up at this time attend. The first game is scheduled for 7)0::) : I .' 'Blnmmmm'inm'' t m-m10'mm' 'III'I I =
l> l.m I ChurchThe
< "IIU..I p.m. Friday April 10.
will be the rank of Scout for (he
following: J Duane Molt. Konnichccdwcll. Rev John llendry announces Any team interested in tournament .'GETSRIOOF ------------1 ;:
Keith Starling. Jerrold that Sunday School begins at 10:00: game pla'inma/ )' contact: Lydia "
:Mace Bobby Adams and Randall I and worship services at II Training Polk at Brooker or Patty CVanccki in Chinch Bugs.
Smith. / Union. 6 p.m. and worship at 7 LaCrosse. : fleasT'kks. :

The Tenderfoot patch is based onearned Ants & MORE Red Tag Sale

citizenship and family living Bag Coven ';
skill awards will be presented to
Kevin St.lrlinjllk: (' Slilsvell. Tim U|> to 3.000 '1. O
Davis and Trampus Druudy: Yon ran Ilu>e soft, iroa-free, Sq. J

The Cub Scouts('lIh S""t meet each Thursday clear, good-tasting Hater ut *f,"1.ft."r" m. E --I::: .M'' LIMITED TIME 'ONLY* :!:

afternoon) at 2)0::) p,m. tit Brooker .
School. Young men in the Cub Scout a price you eau uHord.ctc. : .. ,
age group wishing/ join the club are Easy Even Spreading/
asked to attend the meeting on any : .' 21" Cut Self Propelled F:lectrle'Start .

Thursday. This! Water Conditioner is .. 'U. <: SPECIAL: ; .: Easy start, high Torque engine; select-a. .pace ':
.\ .'rd".tlu" .il. ': r e+ drive control: handle O A 9 S
Students of Mrs. :lelllann: receiving the best built, most efficient, .. '/ 4 6' 9 5 .Model 20790 Reg. 479.93 4 tL iJ <:
recognition in music at the
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Florida Federation of :Music Clubs trouble-free unit in the '. ,. Model 20785 Same as'except' :
Suwannce District Jr. Festival heldat y" 1.; ,: ::.fI; 'with manual starting. *9 0(195 :

the University of Florida recentlywere ...:,', .>J ,Reg. 429.95.SAVE :
: Yvette Broome. Hampton, excellent : Hater conditioning industry
.'Use\ $40.00 on 21" Side:discharge! :
: :Melissa Brown. Hampton. ,' 1 : yourCharge... .
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Kevin Starling'er)' good and Handy prices arc Easy pull start 2 8 995
Starling,superior. Model 16320 Reg.329.95 :
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: Dt'eI18l'OX.very good: Tammy ,, l :

her Mann second' cup Tammy this year has earned S .: l service .your old units i For IORIDA... LAWN \& GARDEN, 'C.ENTER

1-It Meeting information and free. Hater 4 s
The 4-H- Club will, hold their regular, 'IJ4 EST t 539 Easfc; $.1. Opoat,9II1.. to 6 p.m
meeting ,
Thursday'March. 5. at the analysis! or service'on: jour
'b house. at 7 p.m. ONTRO'

'Brooktr Baptist Church water conditioner Call 9S4-5$73 ''Sbrk !hone: 964-5745
!Y. Andy Moon announces the / .
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section March Sections 5, 1981 gterapf TIMES


I Dismissed Against 7 FSP InmatesCircuit .. .

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Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) "Judge Green showed courage and Judge Green. rectlonal officer who admitted doing Call st. p ill@1JmW @ 964.5890 S
Green, Jr. granted defense motions consistency although it may prove un- Judge Green issued an order last: calesthenics while on duty the after
dismissing escape charges against popular",said John Stinson,assistant Oct. 3 that would limit the populationof : noon of the escape, was fired the day S "Starke's Own Bakery"
seven of 10 inmates who fled from public defender who represented nineof 750 inmates until conditions at FSP after the breakout. !It!
Florida State Prison last August 5 in the 10 inmates at the hearing. met the court's specifications. Judge Green's order dismissing It'sHot s
two separate escapes. Department of Corrections escape charges against inmates .
The court granted the motions in Secretary Louie L. Wainwright in a DOC appealed that case, 1MJA Richard Lee Williams, T.C. Green, I' '
four cases involving the 10 inmates in statement to the media from his officein upheld Green's ruling last Feb. 13 and Norman Henry Despres, Charles Cross Bun : -
Monday, March 2 action in Bradford Tallahassee called the decision DOC let a chance for asking for a new Joseph Daniel, Tony Dale Elmore,
County circuit court. totally unrealistic and said it will hearing in that court slip by at 5 p.m. Kenneth Wayne Davis and Daniel M. '
Assistant State Attorney Tom have a chilling effect on the securityof Monday, March 2. Alcantaro, seven of the 10 Involved in S Time Again pa
Elwell pointed out be will begin appealing the institution. the mass escape plus inmates Scott

the cases immediately to the "This order is an open invitation for Details of that decision may .be; and Daniel Ronnie Phipps Leon, Robert David Roy, .,. ..v. ..v..v. .'..,..v. .'A.,. .'a..,..v.'A'A. ..,. A'A. ..,.
First District Court of Appeals in convicted murderers rapists andothers found elsewhere in this paper. Pouncey in separate
Tallahassee. to Jumf.the fences," WainWright :, incidents.

Judge Green based his ruling on 'I can assure you, DOC Spokesman Vernon Bradford Williams and inmate Green were ,, .. .. .. .... .. ...
duplication motions to dismiss by the however for that the inmate shotguns who will be stated a decision on a review to the recaptured after the just outside the fence _ _, ... .t" H _..'.. ." '
waiting attemptsto escape.
attorney who argued that any Florida Supreme Court has not been
conditions at FSP were unconsti- take advantage of the judge's made yet. .' Despres and Daniel were recap-
order." tured in a wooded area near the
tutional.Judge Green ruled on conditions
at FSP last summer after hear- Shon A. Saxon of the Starke law Last summer's mass escape came prison on the night of last August 5. Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
ing inmate claims on violent condi- firm of Saxon and Wolbert. who in two shifts during daylight hours Alcantaro was recaptured the day
tions at the prison. That opinion was represents one of the 10 escapees, about four hours apart. A single snip.. after the escape. ,
upheld last month by the 1st District challenged Wainwright's charges. in each of three chainlmk fences Elmore and Malcolm Scarboroughwere
Court of Appeals.Florida "Whether it is an invitation to around the perimeter fences of FSP recaptured two weeks later in used Car specials
Statutes require that for an escape is not the point," Saxon said. made holes large enough. fora man to. Indiana during an armed robbery of a
inmate to be found guilty of escape he "The 10 inmates should never have crawl through. '.. convenience store.
or she must be lawfully confined, a escaped from Mr. Wainwright's max t, Escape charges against Scar-
condition that did not exist at the time imum security prison." Prison officials since that escape borough were not dropped because he
of the escape, according to Judge This is not the first time in recent have placed an improved barbed wire; was refused to waive extradition and 1979 Chevrolet ya ton, 6 cyl, solid red,
Green. months Wainwright has criticized between the layers of the fence.A remains in Indiana, pending charges
corjbf there. power steering, power brakes, auto trans., air|
Davis who with Elmore and Scar-

Thomas Otis Knight's Execution.{ authorities borough, for managed another week to before elude I cond., clean as new. 20,000 miles.

being arrested by the FBI at the In-
diana State Fair last S589SGa
Aug 22.
Federal in Miami '* Shearer was at large for 84 days
by Judge
before being captured on Cayo Costa
barrier off Florida West Coast. 1979 Chevrolet -
Because Shearer was recapturedlater 4 Wheel Drive., 4l

U.S.District Court Judge Joe Eatonof recaptured in Florida. Officials in Circuit Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) than the other inmates, his case
Miami stayed the execution of Florida refused to return him to Green Jr., recently excused himself has not yet come up. Speed, power steering, power brakes, 350 v-8|
Thomas Otis Knight, convicted Georgia. from the trial.'I\ Authorities believe Shearer and the
murdered scheduled to die March 3 in'Florida's Knight also faces charges for the Chief Judge Theron A. Yawn Jr. tenth inmate, Harvey McElroy engine, AC, 4 speed trans., NEW tires & sport
electric chair. killing of FSP Correctional Officer appointed Union County Administrative traveled to South Florida together Ina
"If there was no stay by the time Richard Jim Burke, who was stabbedto Judge Wayne M. Carlisle to pickup truck pilfered from a farm stripes (Cleanest in town).
the matter got to the 5th Circuit Courtof death last Oct. 12 with a serving preside at the Knight trial. near FSP the day of the escape. The
Appeals,' the inmate would be spoon handle sharpened into a knife Judge Carlisle also has a four trial truck was later found abandoned in
dead said Judge Eaton of his stay when Burke went to Knight's cell to docket for the week of March 16 and south Florida. $64950D
granted Thursday, Feb. 26. escort him to a shower. the trial has been postponed until a, McElroy's body was found last Jan.
Gov. Bob Graham signed a death That trial has been tentatively new date for trial may be set in that 21 in Pembroke Pines, Fla., burned
warrant in late January for Knight, scheduled for the week of March 18. case.' beyond recognition.
29, who was sentenced to die for the 1978 BuiCk LaSabre custom coupe,
1974 kidnap-murder of a wealthy

Miami Tuesday area couple.Feb. 24, the Florida .,. power steering.power brakes, power window,!

Supreme Knight's sentence Court unanimously, rejecting defense upheld t iT't't%' tilt, AM-FM, 50-50 front seats, velour Interior,!

attorney Roy Black's argument that hi I
Knight had been incompetently 36,000 miles, real nice
represented by his courtappointedtrial $5 I 9S0clean
lawyer. car.
Black, after being turned down by ;3Ll. Old

the state's highest court, filed a writ .......... 1978, .. Olds Starfire ,Farinza
....._.. ._ of habeas corpus in federalcourt ___. ',.. ..;...:;;. ...__' ;;,; .R. $ __ ._ _
violated Knight's that the state's constitutional highest rights )li COUpe solid black on black, power steering]

by not reviewing the complete recordof Fashion
the case. Such a writ seeks the immediate Savings. power brakes, AC and auto, trans. Just as clean anew
release of a prisoner and
forces the state .to justify the 39,000 miles.
imprisonment.. From the fine folks of Western Steer. $48950
defense took five
years You to say file the the writ of habeas Our way of saying thanks to all our customers for /i

corpus," Judge Eaton commented to being so nice to us in our Starke location. 1977 Chevrolet
assistant state attorney general 4 wheel drive,!
Calvin Fox who complained to the ,
federal judge that the defense had SUPER STEAK Silverado, power steering, power brakes, auto]
been slow to appeal."I .
don't agree to that," Fox said. trans. air cond. power windows white spoke
Judge Eaton pointed out he would SPECIAL ,
set a date soon for a hearing on the !
question of whether Knight's rights wheels and new 12x15 off road tires. A good

were violated.A decision on that issue x
could be appealed to the 5th U.S. CIr- Dinner For TWO strong truck.
cuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans $499 5
and then onto the U.S. Supreme Sirloin steak iR

hearing Judge a Eaton quick gave legal reporters lecture. at the 00 J 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carl

"Contrary to what some in the Choice. of baked potatc
media have been saying, a federal or French fries COUpe Bucket seats, console air cond.,
stay of execution is part of a processto (Tax
protect a defendant's rights of appeal Salad Bar and | auto trans. Nice clean
and does not speak to the validity Coffee or Tea $ 3 895 a
of the original verdict or sentence, [ car.
Judge Eaton said. Super Steak f
"There has never been anything buta
stay of execution in those matters 1977 Pontiac Firebird Formula!

involving a prisoner under penalty; of Special
death,"Judge Eaton said.'People in COUpe Solid black trimmed in gold, run?
many walks of life do not understandthis. ir Single Sirloin
In fact,nobody seems to unders- SAVE $2.26Dinner good Needs some
tand it very well." IHI For IHI Steak $34950
Knight, from Miami, was once on
the FBI's most wanted list. He was 1I t IHI Choice of baked potato I work.
condemned to die for the July 17, 1974
kidnapping and murder of his or French'fries 1976 OldS Delta ROyal 4 Dr., hard
employer Sydney Gans, a wealthy *

paper bag manufacturer, and Gans' top, clean, very much like new, new tires, till
wife Lillian, after they had paid a Vi
: .Tax Plus Salad 25
$50,000 ransom. Knight was then
employed by Gan's company. 6 oz.,Sirloin Special *2 Drink andDessert I wheel, A/C, cruise control, power door locks]
While awaiting trial on that double
slaying Knight escaped from the Good Frl., Sat & Sun., one owner, we sold
Dade County Jail in Miami and was March 6, 7 & 8, 1981 $29950
wanted for questioning in the slayingof I car new.
a Georgia store clerk before he was

Kenny Stephens Is 1 $ 1976 Datsun wagon. solid red,

'In The Navy Now I good transportation and good gas milage save .

Kenneth James Stephens of Starke, 1S .
has left for basic training at Orlando, = on this one.
Fl.. one of three Basic Training $24950
Facilities for the U.S. Navy.: 6SINGLEDINNER
Kenny will experience general

military subjects designed to prepare 1975 POntiaC AStre ]
him for further academic and on-the- 2 Dr. Hatchback
job training in one of the Navy's 80
basic occupational fields.' 14 cyl., auto trans., air cond. :
Kenny was guaranteed training as f!
an Equipment Operator, one of the $425. :
seven different )Jobs of the now raK STEJIIttlOUSE $15950
famous'Seabees' After basic train
ing at Orlando, he will go to either 6 oz. sirloin special *2
Miss Port Hueneme,
Gulfport or
Good Frl.. Sat & Sun.,
Calif. for Class "A" school as an
Equipment operator EO). After this March 6, 7 & 8, 1981
Kenny may be assigned to Naval U.S. 301 S.. Starke
shore activities or mobile construction / '. .
battalions. Because Kenny at- Coupons Good Starke Store Only
tended JROTC at Bradford High
i t.s 3O1 NORTH 984-7500
School,he was enlisted in an advance
paygrade.Construction. Don't be surprized when you meet your friends and neighbors at western STARKE, FLORIDA
Recruit Stephens was Steer. They like the Quality food and delicious steaks plus great salad bar.
enlisted by Construction Electrician See you there! this weekend.
1st! Class Ron Miller who can be
reached at 372-6289 or 372-1055
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lBWood March 1'iR1 1 (IJU00IJ1!) ( r i BEJBGJEB: !( J

Burning Steam Generating Operation,

Justin WilliamsIs Stanberry said the gobbler seasonin
Northwest Region will be

Determined Feasible for 2 Prisons Here Champion Counties March the 14 in and the Northwest will close Region April open are 12.

Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa
TurkeyCallerIn Walton, Holmes, Washington,
A $2.2 million project for a wood- by the Department of Corrections. Schroeder said the original design. Schroeder said. It is estimated that Jackson, Bay,Calhoun, Gulf,Liberty,
burning operation to generate steam Forty thousand tons of wood per must be adaptable to generating electricity the plant will save over a million his first calling competition ever GacJsden. Franklin, Wakulla, Leon,
of oil which
at the
in the future. If eventually
for heating, kitchen use, and laundry year will be needed to fire the two us galons per year 12-year-old Justin Williams took third and Jefferson.
facilities at Union Correctional In- boilers by direct combustion not ed for this purpose, the demand for present got per gallon price, would place last weekend In the Florida
,_ stitute and Florida State Prison has wood gasification, Schroeder said. wood would be increased to 90,000 amount to $600,000. State 'Junior Wild Turkey Calling Stanberry said the shooting hours
been determined feasible and shouldbe The fuel will not be confined to wood tons a year, the forester said.A Championships held In Gainesville. for the harvesting of turkey gobblerwill
ready to bid by early summer. chips, but will include waste wood, team of 13 state foresters spent Some prison labor would be used in Justin, the son of Mr. and Mrs. be from one-half hour before
::: Richard Schroeder, Forest Products contaminated wood even entire last week cruising timber in the area the wood gathering process and Lamar Williams of Lawtey, was one sunrise to 1 p.m. throughout the state
i: Specialist with the Florida trees, which would be chewed up by a and concluded the supply is adequateto operation of the plant Schroedersaid. of five finalists in the event sponsoredby during the respective: seasons.
Forest Service, said the 1980 bark hog so powerful it can "chew up meet most needs of the plant. the Gainesville Chapter of the National
$ Legislature appropriated$60,000 for a cross ties and spit out the spikes," the Schroeder said that transportationcosts Wild Turkey Federation. One of "The spring gobbler season is
feasibility study of the proposed forester explained. could "kill" such a project in The prison plant will add another the callers he used, a corn cob and limited to bearded turkeys only
::: plant, and $300,000 for final plans, Schroeder said the bulk of the wood some areas, but that the location hereis phase to the current interest in wood- slate caller, was made by his father, Stanberry said. Hereminded, huntersthat
: specifications, construction prints would be supplied by the prison's own favorable, with adequate roads and burning operations in this area. Tests who( makes turkey callers as a hobby. the daily limit is one and the
3_ and other documents needed for bid 13,000 acres of timberland, most of it the longest haul from source to( plant will be run this month on the wood He also used a box call made by Neal season limit is two gobblers per
a ding. The design work is being done located in Bradford County not over six miles. gasification units to be used for con- Cost. hunter.
::: by Davis & Associates of Gainesville, predominantly pine, with some hardwood Current plans are to locate the plant verting one generator at Starke'smunicipal All the entrants were required to
who have engineered serveral wood- and other low grade woods. lie between UCI and FSP on the west power plant from the use of perform three compulsory calls and
::= fired conversions on other projects said the use of waste wood would give side of New River, possibly near the gas and oil to( the use of wood chips for then show off their favorite, which in
::: for the Forest Service. private landowners a greater incentive present nursery area or some similar fuel.Another wood-fuel experiment is Justin's case was a cackle. The competition -
= Schroeder said that final plans to plant trees to help supply the site with a relatively high elevation, taking place at the Florida Forest station which included the Owl
= shold be ready before the Legislature demand. At present, it costs the lan- Schroeder said. The starting-up! date, west of Starke on SR-100 where a Hooting It Friction calling contest
:; adjourns in June, and that costa downer about $200 per acre to push as now projected, is March 1983. farm tractor is being converted to Friday and the Southern Open and
estimates will be used in applying for this waste into piles for burning, the Even allowing for the present rate operate on wood gasification. The Du- Florida State calling and Florida
; a $2.2 million appropriation to com forester said.Although of inflation, the plant should pay for Pont Company is also( studying the Junior calling contests( Saturday.drew
; plete the entire conversion, including the initial plans are to use itself in seven years, and could feasibility of burning wood chips as entrants from all over the south and
.. necessary buildings. The initial the wood-produced steam only for possibly pay off in three years, depen- 1n energy source for its rotary kilns some northern states as well.
reports are due this month for review heating, cooking, and laundry, ding on the escalating price of fuel oil, ised for drying ore.

:# Gobbler K b
= Turkey

I Convicted Killer John Spenkelink's Body ExhumedTo Will Open Soon

I The spring season for turkey gob
bler will open in the state during the

2a. Determine If He Was Murdered Before ExecutionAt earlier the Florida part Game of March and, Fresh according Water to 1 r y Y

Fish Commission.

the request of the family, the Folks, in a statement to the media The spokesman stated there does death, so the cost of an autopsy was "There will be three different areas < "
of executed killer John after he returned from California, not have to be a crime to have the coroner not justified.Mrs. of the state in which the spring gob- F
Spenkelink body was exhumed for the Los stated he wanted the autopsy to deter Dr. Thomas Noguchi performan Spenkelink who lives in the bler season will open said Fred W. Quick ::,
''I: Angeles California Coroner's office tot mine once and for all exactly how autopsy. The spokesman indicatedthe Los Angeles area, told the Los Stanberry, director of the Division of
died. convicted killer's family agreed to Angeles County medical examinerthat Wildlife for the Commission.
perform an autopsy to see if he died Spenkelink :
i- from injuries prior to his execution. "We believe he was murdered," several .legal requirements, among she believes her son was killed From March 7 through March 29 and :
Spenkelink was executed in Folks, a self-styled evangelist who them to pay the$525 autopsy fee plus because he knew something about unnamed the gobbler season will open in all "
Florida's electric chair on 25, heads a group called Christians for !additional costs for exhumation and state officials. areas of the state south of State Road
w May One of the witnesses execution 50, which crosses the state throughthe "nimble.iS l
1979 the first person to be put to death Justice, said.Spenkelink. transportation, have an independent to the
; in Florida and the United States was convicted in 1973 pathologist present, and agree to was United Press International Orlando area, Stanberry explain- ,. %
-:: against his will in 15 years. for the shooting and beating death of make the results public. The Jacksonville bureau chief Paul ed.Gobbler
:E The request for the autopsy was Joseph Szymankiewicz, 43, a travel- spokesman indicated no court order Wyatt, who reported Spenkelink'seyes season in all other areas of GS-250T
::: made by Mrs. Lois Spenkelink, ing companion in a Tallahassee was necessary.Dr. moved. the state north of State Road 50, with Powerful 2-2-cylinder!; 4-
= mother of the convicted killer. motel. "There was never any doubt in my the exception of the Northwest Regionof stroke DOHC engine.
::: Jacksonville activist Warren H. A spokesman for the Los Angeles Noguchi plans to perform the mind," Wyatt said. "You can't fake a the Commission( will open March "TSCC"Twin Swirl Combustion
:E Folks,who claims the convicted killer County Coroners office stated it was autopsy himself, according to the look of terror in somebody's eyes." 14 and run through April 5. Chamber with 4
unusual for that office to for his office. valves per cylinder
::: was blocked from making a final not performa spokesman .
:: statement because of unspecified in- private autopsy at the request<< of Folks, at a press conference, speed transmission.
::: formation he intended to reveal, flewto family members, although it does revealed his organization raised the MARTIN L. BROWN M.D. Electric starter.Transistorized .
California recently to seek the charge for the service. money to pay for the exhumation!: and ignition.
autopsy. the autopsy. The body was dug up Constant velocity.
Monday, March 2 and the autopsywas ( NOW OPEN carburetors.Front disc brake.
performed,Tuesday,March 3 but

DOC Lets District Court the no information results of has the been autopsy received as this on 275 W. Main St. 142 W. Call St. Custom Full instrumentation stepped saddle..
1981 "GS" model 12-
went to Lake Butler Fla
paper press. ?,' Starke, Fla. month unlimited mileage
Folks claims Spenkelink died either 496-3505 warranty'r.
from suffocation because 'of- 964.8206
..End On ficials packed his nose with prison cotton Hours by.Appo/nfmen.v"tt.1g14.MLIV,1. ... 1"r.* ', 'S.'o.Ikfttilk. limitil:" I'rt' W iti I'll',int:> ht"m'liiiit'qft !'"."*
r Contention i; : and taped his mouth shut orJronjin w. b Ih-.l.t;: Ib Wt.wurocticO.IclUdes II 11::'31... Jiv/ IIlot bur Jp9'11/'
I juries suffered during a.struggle with ; : ., ..t.vtsiit. 'stir! ,t ., '1
.J. I a la to '
? correctional officers' before the o / / : i J. . "'- H ...- .1.... .,jl "I' Suzukrwts1J: '
scheduled execution.A (
Judge Green's Order nternal Medicine Diagnosis & Treatment of The Performer.

state investigation was orderedby Medical Diseases
Gov. Bob Graham after the execu-
tion, cleared the prison staff from any !Cardie-Pulmonary Disease Diseases of the Heart 1349
The Department of Corrections can suits filed on behalf of eight inmatesall wrong doing in connection with the
no longer contest to the First District of whom had been charged with death of Spenkelink.No and Lungs SUZUKIOF
Court of Appeals but still can go to the various crimes while incarcerated at autopsy was performed after the !Gastroenterology Diseases of the Stomach and
state Supreme Court to appeal a rulIng FSP. execution after the convicted killer's
limiting the number of inmates in At a two-day hearing last June, the body was removed from the execution IntestinesDiabetes STARKE
Florida State Prison. inmates testified that weapons- chamber at FSP. Dr.George Byers of "Hwy 301 S., Starke
DOC allowed the March 2 deadlineto making and physical and sexual Gainesville, district chief medical examiner 964-6020
pass without further contesting the assaults were common occurrences.One pointed out there was not General
Appeal Court's upholding of a Circuit of the inmates even smuggled a doubt what caused Spenkelink's
Court ruling to limit the number of in- weapon out of the prison, brought it to
mates at Florida State Prison to 750. court and gave it to investigator Ed
DOC still has 15 days in which to seeka Wall of the Public Defender's office in
review by the Florida Supreme Starke. Wall was the first witness and .
Court. the weapon was introduced as "i I. .
Meanwhile, Circuit Judge R.A. evidence in the case. :
"Buzzy" Green, who issued the con- .
troversial ruling to reduce the Several prison officials told a : Your Community HealthCareLeader
number of FSP inmates from 1.20010 similar story of armed inmates pitted
750, may seek to enforce the order. against unarmed correctional of-
Judge Green has asked a panel of cor- ficers who are often guarding two "m', I
rections expertswhich made the wings of 100 inmates each. 'I.
recommendations to reduce the in-
mate population in Florida's max- After the two days of testimony
imum security prison- reconvene. Judge Green gave the DOC the opportunity :
Panel Chairman Dr Richard Swanson to present evidence why he Ii'tllb
r a professor on criminal justice at should not grant the relief sought. .;)/ I .f'': ,.,
the University of Florida, said he and DOC declined and on last Aug. 20 1 )rivu'. 1r''' ,:
the other three members would meet Judge Green appointed a panel to a I.
this week in Gainesville to review the make recommendations for improving 'a
DOC's formal response to their conditions at the prison. ; ., ;,. u x '.' k. You might wonder what makes a journalist and former

report. Judge Green adopted the panel's + ,, 'G't,,. -,'- 1 ; college dean a health care leader. In the case of Rae 0., Weimer
of '
Swanson reported the panel will report verbatim with the exception
make a new report Judge Green by reinstating a policy of issuing free \ one reason is because he knows people, .,

the end of this week. Swanson stated cigarettes, because the court pointcc'out And when you are in the business of serving people, as
members will spend next week, it could not justify promoting lung
: starting Monday. March 9. at FSP to cancer. i, t: we are, it is important to know what kinds of new services the

.: determine what changes have been public is interested in seeing their community hospital offer.

made since the inmate reduction Mr Weimer's interest in health care goes back to the I
order was issued last Oct, 3.
: Judge Green has asked the panel to ServicemenCmdr. 1940's when, as a New York City editor, he helped found that

determine to what extent the DOC's city's first biracial hospital. He knew.what' it took to get things
implementing his order is .
Richard J. Beaver
feasible done back then too.
: and what changes are needed Guard Cmdr. Richard J. ,
:. Beaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. ThomasH. ; In 1949 he moved to Gainesville to establish the University
of the order
: pears Implementation unlikely until the 15 days to apply ap-- Beaver of Starke, served on the / W w of Florida's School of Journalism. Under his guidance, it

: for Supreme Court review have Armed(AFIC).Forces Inaugural Committee Z-- rW =Myw grew and improved until it achieved college status in 1967

:; passed.Under new Supreme Court rules if The AFIC was a joint military participation Throughout that time period, Mr -worked actively with
in the 1981 Presidential Inauguration.
: DOC asks for a review it is entitled to About 120 people were t numerous civic and professional groups, taking a leadership role

:: an according automatic to Sid stay White as a state clerk agency of the, committee, with thestaffinreasing ,,,,; .. -;-, in starting several. He's also been active with the Kiwanis'Club

: Florida Supreme Court, : to about 1,600 during of '" .,.' and the First Presbyterian Church.
The subcommittees
:l If Judge Green attempts to enforce January. eight .. = -- You do all of those and
: his order. DOC would be able to cir- the AFIC were responsible for the things you get to know a lot of

: cumvent it by seeking another stay. parade, public affairs, transportation aides ... people in the area ,Mr Weimer's insigh; inb:what the community

: Attorney General Jim Smith on logistics, medical, communications services,military and is concerned about l led to his election to the AGH Board
; Monday. March 2, recommended to o r
: Gov. Bob Graham that the state not special events. 'of Directors and gave him an'official: role helping: the hospital
: seek further appelate review. DOC Beaver is a 1964 graduate of the and under the'
: spokesman Vernon Bradford stated U.S. Coast Guard Academy, New ? ? ; i grow private, not-for-profit concept of
with bachelor of hospital management. ,
i no decision has been made. London Conn., a

: If the Department of Corrections science degree, and a 1971 graduate of, As a journalist, Rae Weimer, knows a good story when he
George Washington
: does not seek a review by the March
: 17 deadline, presumably all possible Washington, D.C., with a'doctor of sees one. As a community health care leader, he knows a good

: legal extensions of the Oct. 3 order law degree. hospital. and is committed jo seeing it become; even better!
: will be exhausted. '
3 : .' : ,
: At the time of Judge Green's order ,I .r .
i the population at FSP was 1,122 In- Sgt Robert G. Brown : ,. .
mates. Monday. March 2, the FSP inmate Sgt. Robert G. Brown, son of Mr. \ ','. r < .. ;:,. ;:,:. .:.'. : ,
t I 981. and Mrs. Robert G. Brown of \ .r;
population was "' .
r The Green panel in its report to the Keystone Heights, has been "' .." k.. ," ..: ii .::i":, ; ,.,, '.,.. ].,,", ,.: ...,
I court found that FSP has 1.180 single- decorated with the Army Commendation ;:" : :. ., "" 'en I E- ,. : I i >.. r''I "
t man cells, but there are not enough Medal in; New Ulm. West Ger- tfl/J .
I : correctional officers with sufficient many. ... m lo I
i training to maintain order and prevent The Army Commendation Medal is ;1' .f" .
assaults and murders. awarded to those Individuals who( Alachua General Hospital, Inc., 801 S.W. Second Avenue, Gainesville. Florida 32602 (904) 372-4321
( The legal action stemmed from demonstrate outstanding' achieve- *
I; three civil suits over the safety of inmates ment or meritorious service in the Member of the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce

and officers. the maximum. performance of their duties on behalfof
l f
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March 5. 1951 Page SR

Mrs. Margie WoodallMrs. Spires served as librarian for the grandchildren. Bailey moved to Starke in 1972 and
Melrose library for over 20 years,wasa Funeral services were held had resided here since. He was
ObituariesTommy Margie Shepherd Dickens member and past president of the Wednesday at 3 in the First employed by the Sled Company as a Card of ThanksWith
Woodall, 86, of Jacksonville died in r.m.
Woman's Club, and a member and Christian Church 0 Butler,with supervisor in Auburn Maine.
the Clay Memorial Hospital in Green former Treasurer of the Trinty Rev. Bill Delaney and Rev. RaymondBaer
Cove Springs, Sunday, March 1, after Episcopal Church. officiating. Burial followed in deepest gratitude we extend
: F. Forsyth, Sr. a lingering Illness. Survivors Include: two daughters, Dekle Cemetery under the directionof Survivors include: one sister. Mrs. this word of thanks for the many kind
Mrs. Woodall was born in Worth Eunice Hoffman of Flagstaff, Marlon McAllister Buckfield Maine. !
acts of expressed by
Mr. Tommy F. Sr Funeral Home of Lake sympathy
Forsyth, ,66, who
County Ga., and moved to Jacksonville
Arizona and K Rynd of Foster friends. These kindnesseshave
lived in Jacksonville died in Mary Butler. Family requested that in lieu thoughtful
the St.
Vincents Hospital, Friday.Feb. 27. from Tifton,Ga.,in 1928.She wasa City,Calif.; two sons,C.E. Splres.Sr., of flowers, donations be made to Graveside funeral services will be meant much to us.
Mr. Forsyth was born in Starke, and member of the Melson Avenue Bap- of Gaithersberg. Md., and T. Grady charity of your choice. conducted at Gracelawn Memorial A special thanks to the Bradford
moved to Jacksonville tist Church. Spires of S. Hamilton Mass.; seven- Cemetery Auburn, Maine, at a later County Sheriff's Department and Archie
from 50 years ago Survivors include: one daughter, teen grandchildren and nine great- John R. Carroll date. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of Tanner Funeral Home for their
Hampton. He retired in
1976 as a Mrs. Opal Benson of Keystone of
Starke is in
charge arrangements
grandchildren. kind deeds over and above their
truck driver with Terminal John R. Carroll 76, died Saturday
Transport Heights; one son, Yuba T. Dickens of
will be held at 11
Funeral services call of
Company. He was of the Baptist faith February 29, in the Leesburg GeneraiHopsital. duty.The
six grandchildren and
and ; a.m.,Thursday, March 5, in the Trini- family of M.L Elder
was an Army veteran of WW 2. six great-grandchildren.
Survivors include: his wife, Mae B. Graveside funeral services were ty Episcopal Church with cremationto and Mr. Carroll was a resident of

Griff Forsyth; a daughter. Sylvia held at 4 p.m., Tuesday, March 3, in Rev.follow.Fred Rev.G.William Yerkes A.will Poppell officiate. Okahumpka Fla and a native of Lake
Miller of Orange Park; 2 sons, Tom the Edgewood Cemetery, Jackson- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home is in Butler. He was a carpenter and
my F. Forsyth, Jr., and Robert D. ville,with Rev. Paul Fowler and Rev. farmer.
Forsyth both of Jacksonville; a Bob Thomas officiating. DeWitt C. charge of the arrangements. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. I 500 BEAUTIFUL

sister, Mrs. Ethel Bell of Starke; and Jones Funeral Home was in charge of Homer Alvin Welch Linnie Carroll of Okahumpka; four
3 grandchildren. the sons. Rev. Hollis E. Carroll of Cherry
Funeral services were held at 2:30: arrangements.Mrs. Homer A.Welch,76,of Lake Butler, Lake, Charles W. Carroll of Okahum-
p.m., Monday, March 2, in the Grace Mildred E. SpiresMrs. died Monday afternoon in the Alachua pka, Ronald L. Carroll of Ruskin,and AZALEAS FOR. ONLY
Baptist Church Starke, with the General Hospital in Gainesville afteran John S. Carroll of Gibson; five
Mildred Evans of
pastor Rev. Donald Scheetz of Spires, extended illness. daughters, Mrs. Eloise Waters Mrs.
ficiating. Interment was in Kingsley Melrose, died in the Putnam Com- Born in Hazen Ark., Mr. Welch Gertrude Jones and Mrs. Dottie Sue
Lake Cemetery, with the arrangements munity Hospital in Palatka Sunday moved to Florida In his eaarly life and Walsh, all of Miami, Mrs. Barbara 95C APIECE! !
evening, March 1, following a long il-
handled by DeWitt C. has resided in Union County since he Jean Howell and Mrs. Carolyn Easonof
Jones Funeral Home. lness. was 12 years old. He owned and Augusta, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs.
Mrs. Spires moved to Melrose in operated Welch's Grocery, for over 40 Ida Ryals Okahumpka Fl., Mrs.
1956 from Miami. Her husband was years. He retired in 1970, and was a Lola Walstrum, Sanford and Mrs.
the late Albert C. Spires, Sr. Mrs. member of the Woodman of the Jane Kitcrul, Orlando; two brothers,
World, Member of Lodge No. 52 Dennis Carroll of Orlando and Ernest
F.A.M. Lake Butler, former memberof Carroll of Miami; 24 grandchildrenand
I News the City Council and a former 4 greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
Briefs............... Trustee for the Lake Butler School arrangements were under 11
District. He was a member and Elderof the direction of the Page-Theus
the First Christian Church of Lake Funeral Home in Leesburg.
Butler. .
KH Man Injured, KH Food Store Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Donald L. Bailey

Car Hits Tree Robbed Third TimeFor two Ruth Richard Welch Mrs.of Lake Annie Butler Ruth; Donald Lawrence Bailey, 67, of
daughters Starke, died Monday evening March
Jeffrey C. Wedemeyer. 25, was the third time in the past year Dukes of Lake Butler and Mrs.Louise 2, at the Waccasassa Marina near
seriously injured when his car strucka the Junior Food Store on SR-100 just Sigman of Ocala; one brother, Tom Gulf Hammock Fl. following
tree in Keystone Oak subdivision at west of Keystone Heights was robbed Welch of Plant City; one sister, Mrs. heart attack. an apparent -

12:01: a.m. Friday Feb. 27. in a 12:25: a.m. Monday. March 2, Grace Lewis of Plant City; four Born and raised in Maine, Mr.
The KH man ran out of pavementon burglary. grandchildren and 'six great
Paradise Point Road in the sub A black male armed with a knife
division, skidded 59 feet, and struck a and club walked into the conveniencestore
tree, according to the Florida
and held up clerk Paula
Highway Patrol.Wedemeyer Beauchemin, 25, of Lake Geneva, according -
was hospitalized with to the investigating officer, fREE SPAGHETTIBuy
multiple injuries in Shands Teaching Deputy John Dempsey of the Bradford -
Hospital in Gainesville. Damage to County Sheriff's Department.The .
his 1972 Oldsmobile sedan was robber had a vehicle parked on One Reg. Dinner-Get One FREE! "
estimated at 1000. the side of the highway and fled withan 1
Trooper D.C. Roberts did not issuea undetermined amount of cash. With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out ...
citation after investigating the acci-
dent. Deputy Dempsey said. Offer Good Thru .

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Cars CollideIn Big Truck Bumps March 11, 1981 I

in RearA '" \,-'
Starke Compact
MishapTwo autanrr .. .1 .
cars collided on SR-100 in truck-trailer failed to stop and : .::
Starke but neither of the women struck a compact car in the rear at ;
drivers were injured in the 1:03: p.m. the intersection of US-301 and Ed- i
Wednesday, Feb. 25, mishap. wards Road in Starke at 1:05: p.m. Limit 1 iil
Vickie Thomas Kirchaine. SO, of Monday, March 2. 301 S. Starke \\il
Per 964-6877
Keystone Heights was not injured. Robert Wayne Chesser, 27, of Family ,
Damage to the 1975 Chevrolet coupe Flagler Beach was not injured. No
she was driving was estimated at damage was reported to the 1968 DAILY LUNCHEON!( SPECIALS 2.25

$400. White-Truck-1973 HMDE Trailer he ................................................................ It's The First Annual
Kathryne Susan Ray, 29, of Lake was driving.
Butler was not injured. Damage to Mickey Gerald Sharp 20, of Hampton TINY PIZZA $129 Anytime
was not injured but damage to the
her 1972 Buick coupe was estimated
.ut $600. 1979 Mazda sedan he was driving was SANTA FE RIVERLAND
estimated at $500.
Mrs. Kirchaine oversteered and her --- -- --- -- ---
Chevrolet crossed into the left lane of The car had stopped for the light in rf ,
w SR-100 just 60 feet east'of Myrtle the northbound outside traffic lane on
e Street and collided with the rear;of US-301 at Edwards-Road.Thetruck-"' I .'.Are. ..YP.M Looking for a Church Home t tt
II according''flbe Starke trailer failed to stop and struck the YOU Have Found It
tlwRBuicJv! ,
H'' Polfce Dej artment. 'V car in the left rear, according to the t t tI Co-sponsored by the StarkeWoman's
No citation Issued Starke Police Department.The I
was by Capt.
mishap was investigated by I Club and
W.S. (Scotty) Rhoden the investigating -
officer. Patrolman A.B. Sharp who did not First Assembly of God

Issue a citation. Hwy 16 & weldon St., Starke The Gainesville Sun

Starke Man Charged I 't I

With ShopliftingWilliam Melrose Man DiesIn
t Is in the business for the King. You are welcome to share f ft
Carlton Coltrane. 22, of G'ville AccidentA
Starke has been charged with shoplif- t this joyous Christian experience with us. f fI FORMOSAS ROBIN HOOD REDS ELEGANS
ting a pair of boots from the T, G. ? Y Melrose man was killed in a traffic GERBING WHITES
store in the Bradford Square Shopp- accident near the intersection of I Old Fashioned Up to Date f fI
Center. NE 39th Avenue and SR-26 at 2 a.m.
Patrolman A.B. Sharpe arrested Sunday, March 1. I Full Gospel Bible Teaching t tI 95 C Each (Or 1 For '9)

Coltrane at 11:30: a.m. Saturday Feb. James found H.dead Mattair in ,his 39, of Melrosewas Sunday School(Sun.). . . . . . . . . .10:00 a.m.
23,'for the theft of the pair of brown 1979 Toyota I t
work boots.Sexual. with that vehicle being listed as a (A Class for AH Ages) SATURDAY March 14th
total loss, according to the Florida I ,
B&E Highway Patrol. I Morning Worship (Sun.). . . . . . . . .11:00: a.m.

Charged Battery in LB ,CaseA The car struck a tree near the Intersection I Revival Time (Sun.). . . . . . . . . .7:00 p.m. I 8:00 AM At The
I after the car ran a stop sign
Baltimore, Maryland man has and skidded 63 feet on the pavement I I Prayer Meeting (Tues.). . . . . . . . .10:00: a.m. I'II Starke Woman's Club

been arrested by the Union County and another 26 feet off the road, ac- Family Night (Wed.). . . . . .'. . . . 7:30: p.m. ,
Sheriff's Department on charges of cording to the FHP. |I .
sexual battery and burglary. Mattair's death was Alachua Coun- Nursery Open for Infants & Toddlers lIint5UiUt

Lonnie Edwards Perdue 22, of ty's fifth of 1981. 1 I Pastor Rev. Paul Baughman .
Baltimore was arrested Feb. 25 after The accident was investigated by j
mobile in troopers J.P.,Moro, J.M. Waddell and I
anpincident at e home -- -- - -
I Whitehead Trailer Park in Lake E.G. Purdue.
Butler. Perdue is charged with break .
ing into mobile home in the trailer Woman Approximately 30.0OO Correctional Officers Nationwide Are MONDAY MARCH 9
park sexual battery of a female occupant When Canoe OverturnsA SPECIAL CONTRACTMEETING ,

and burglary of a dwelling according drowned after 8 a.m. 2:30: 4
records woman a p.m. p.m.
to in the office of

Union The County woman Clerk was hospitalized Margie Cason.after canoe Haven capsized and the in body a lake was near recovered Winter AFS C M E 5 p.m. f 7:30: p.m.

the incident. Monday March 2. LAKE( BUTLERCOMMUNITY > In only 3 years under AFSCME
The body of Candace McPherson,
Perdue was arraigned before Union .
County Judge A.L. Driggers who 28, of Melrose. surfaced on Lake CENTER Meet Correctional OHIccrs Hartmg14 000

ordered him held without bond in the Ruby according to the Polk County Director a""v/ h" n"1y Doubled
Union County jail. Sheriff's department. (by the lake) $ Regional to Appro' Aug. 198a
: Sheriff Louie Mims pointed out that 1 9 1 40 & Assistant
McPherson was out on the lake Sun-
Woman ArrestedFor day, March 1, with a male friend .>All Questions Answered by Mr. Don Miner to the President o.., Speo Union,.. ,.:S.bM
ShopliftingDebra when the canoe capsized and spilled
them into the water.. He stated the
A. DeSue, 21. of Starke was .
man made it to shore safely but
I arrested for shoplifting a yellow terry
cloth glove from Pig ly-Wiggly at discovered McPherson was missing.; Personalized
3:40 Saturday, Feb. 28. The sheriff reported McPhersonwas
Patrolman p.m. Eston G. Mosher ar visiting herpaieYts'Mr. and Mrs. Letterheads.& Stationary Annual Spring Sale
rested DeSue on the shoplifting Joel McPherson in Winter Haven at
charge according to the Starke ,the time of the mishap. She worked asa BRADFORD.PRINTERS

Police Department. legal secretary Gainesville.. Now In
110 %V. Call St. 9B4-5764: ProgressSAVINGS

Joint'on Car Dash'' .

Leads Pair to Jail

Sleeping in a car with a ,marijuana UNIONGENERAL UP TO 40 %
cigarette on the dashboard ashtray so
police could see it.was the path to jail HOSPITAL ( "
for two Williamsport.. Pennsylvaniamen A great selection of full rolls, .

March arrested 1, by Starke Sunday, Patrolman morning.A.B.. R.N/S and L.P.N.'S needed ends of rolls and remnants.

Sharp.Gary E. Laubenslagen, 36. and Free measure and estimates.

John Michael Saltsman. 20, were arrested -
by Starke police on charges of \ Also: Custom Draperies, Mini Blinds

possession of paraphernalia and Competative salary based on experience with shift dif
of marijuana Verticals. Decorator staff.
misdemeanor possession and on We're pleased to announce that
On routine patrol at the intersectionof Low Mr. Harold Loucks has Joinedour
patient/nurse ratio.
US-301 and SR-100. Sharp noticedthe staff as SALES MANAGER.
two men sleeping in the front seat Opportunities to attend t.workshops and seminars.,
of a 1973 blue Vega hatchback, the Mr. Loucks brings 25 yrs. experience
joint on the ashtray. Frequent inservlce programs.Life t
ta his
[ new
Taken to the Bradford County jail Insurance paid by hospital. position.
the two men gave permission for their tlJllD Harold invites all his
I vehicle which had been brought from Employee health Insurance paid by hospital.: .
l I the of the Eastern Oil service .. .............. friends to stop in soon.
leave be
25 personal days per year10 days may
station be
to the jail to
Officers found a plastic bag containing sold back per year at present pay rate.
95 capsules yellow In color, 372-8466
and some marijuana cigarette c. : 1200 N.MAIN ST.

county holders.jail The pending men are further being held investiga In the Call Director of Nurses' 4962323., for Interview (In the Gainesville Shopping Center)




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ServicemenAirman John A. Krider I Keystone Area Ads) Homo for 0 Sale .

Airman John A. Krider, son of Mrs. No Money Down V.A. 12%% F.H.A. Clay County
Bond Program Lots in Deer Springs Call
Joseph D. Elam of Starke, has been today

assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, FOR SALE FOR SALE -Bob Harris 473-3133 or 964-5533 SHRIMP DINNER

Texas, after completing Air Force
basic training.The Each dinner Includes:
airman will now receive LAKE LOT on sand bottomed nlc. tr... from $3.SOD. French fries .cole slaw Hush Puppies
lak. In Hillcr..t. $800 $500 down, $50 a month.
the aircaft
instruction in
specialized down $146.44 per month. Commercial .-- DAILY LUNCH SPECIAL UNTIL 4 P.M.

maintenance field. Phone 473-4058 or opportunity. Gnrurr21! SHOWCASE PROPERTIESP.O. e2 boneless, fish fillets
473-4367 after 6 p.m. SR-21N. Own.r-sol.s man.
Airman Stephen A. Loznicka $199
tfnchg 3/26 473-4379. tfnchg 2/5 I ecrlsp french fifes

Airman Stephen A. Loznicka,son of LAKI LOTS AND ACREAGE- Box I33B S.R. 21 North Keystone Heights" .2 hush puppies
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Loznicka, Keystone Heights, owner AKC DOBERMANS--TOP 41

Jr., of Lawtey. has graduated from financed 10 p.rc.nt In. quality only. You or. Invited Wooded building lot near school en paved road city .I D'sHwy.
the U.S. Air Force course for electronic terest. Lot. on clear sand to visit our kennels. water available. Clay Co. Also Bradford Co. building' lots Captain
warfare systems specialist at bottom.d lake, priced to 47g.1228. available 4000. Call Alice Wofclntkl. ,
Keesler Air Force Base, Miss. sell from 9900. On. to WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN 301 South Starke

Loznicka will now serve at KadenaAir five acres overlooking lake tfnchg 2StSTEVE Sip elder' In country kitchen by wood burning stow 3 Areher Rd. at Butler, Plaza

Base Okinawa Japan. (access available) with bedroom 2 bath home an double fenced lot near schools .

BROADWAYTREE and town. $...900. Call Linda Moreel. i 5''A'A.A.A r a.A"...\''''.1 L'PSAVEIh; ..A..A.A.A.A.A.A..,.. ..,a '.taY9Jf...,. S-
Executive home an lake G.n_.. Two story.4 bedroom $ Leon' Plumbing Service
f.OUT bath fireplace. 150 H. an lake, ever 3,000 ..... ft.
CLOSE f. assumabla B'/4,% mortgage. Call Betsy Ja Minor. Sampson'City, Rood ( 2 1i :

Removal :
Lot near High School, paved deed end law traffic$2,400. \ 964-5523 < .'
Repairs -A Specialty 7>
r1r I Trimming Call Robert Moore,
Remodeling & New construction .Free Estimates]III ,
.. ,
.rt: .. Free; Estimates lake Brooklyn 3 bedroom 2 bath 100 ft. beautiful .. 24 Hour servICe ..
I u lakefront. Great T._.. 79000. Call Gloria Redfeam. -senior citizen Discount- .b}< -- .

: :. 473-4732. !II! ,!f
r After 5 Beautifully maintained concrete block home with many Leon T, Odom, jr. Owner

J p.m. extras. Walking distance to beach, park, end shops 4i: *Limit one coupon Per service Call A.::

t Keystone Heights 55000. Call Susan Edwards. 5 .. ....A.A.-. --.-.- .................- ..S 5
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Salary negotiable. Phone

f after 5. 473-3651.I tchg 3/5


with / PLIES GIFTSSee Union model excellent
/ CARPENTER WORKSR.mod.ling I eve a County Times open Mon. condition. Phone 496-2976. MANAGER COUPLE:
work, kitchen,
Fiestas cabinets. and trim I tie day and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Itpd 35.ALUMINUM. needed for Lake Butler
for Silo to S
Reasonable p.m. BOAT 15 19". area mobile home park.
carpenter.prices. Call Ed Oernpsey at RAIFORD Thursday and Fri. Dixie Dory with 40 h.p. Must be honest loyal

473-2477. tfnchg 2/5 ;i *J bdrm 1%, bath brick home en V acre, comer property. day 8:30: a.m. till noon. See Johnson motor, trolling clean hard working and
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS our 1/2 price table of motor. Harding trailer and, good with people. Refs re

G"MIEEtlrIBl3BMlllgggggl Closed meetings Monday 8p.m. *3 bdrm 1% bath brick home on 2 acres on attractive JEEPS selected, CARS gift Items.TRUCKS many accessories. Excellent quired. No pets. please.Phone .
condition $2,000.
1-473-1594. leave
Op.n meetings, Fri country road. .
available through Government 430 S.W. I llth ;>t., Lake message. Experienced
Agencies. Many sole
Butler Florida Itpd 3/5. couple preferred
8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 *Approx 40 acres wooded, secluded. Owner financ for under $200. Call 2/:263/5.
p.m. All meetings In ed. 602-941-8014. Ext. 8629 for HOUSE FOR SAUl 3

s1 Educational Building, Com *lovely 3 bdrm 2 bath ho", .. 14 acme fenced cross your directory on how to bedroom, 1 both brick.
munity Church. tfnchg 1/1 fenced with Improved pasture and pond. Alse has 30 purchase. 4tchg 2/192126 Phone 4"*-JOB or REAL

PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN. add1! acre available. Owner will finance. An exceptional 1976 FORD COURIER low 378.5334.2TIpd( -lchg)3/5) ESTATE

Save TING and wallpapering. country ranch. Ideal for cattle/horse operation. mileage, extra clean, 3/12. ,
Save Phone 473-2477. tfnchg 2/5 $2,500, call 496-3625 after NEW SOFA. LOVE SEAT AND
House has many extras, stone fireplace and pool, plus YOUR UNION COUNTY
--larryTeague others. Only 25 ", ''n. from Gainesville 6 p.m. TFN 2/19. CHAIRi $300. queen .1.! Realtor specializing in
Plumbing 180 "STUMPNOCKER:" 13 bedroom suite with

Rebate by Terwillegar $200 CARPENTRY 475-1513. tfnchg AND MASONRY 5/21 *20 acres of rolling PROVIDENCE terrain on paved road. Owner foot ,9.8 h.p. Mercury.trall.r. shadow$1500 box mirror new-SSOO.cost acreage.buying and For selling fast results call In-
gas can battery, over
will finance located In attractive '
countryside area. Jane S. Realtor
WORK--build patios, bed Usher ,
trolling all in used cost
new never queen
fireplaces, additions, *40 acres off SR241-A. Wooded and some pasture.Owner condition. Make offer. S499-S225. dinnette 4962126. If no answer call 1
remodeling homes and will finance. Has valuable timber,good Invest- 496-2903. 1 tchg 3/5.
Phone 496-362S after 6 set,-$e5, double bed-$60
tile work. Free estimates. ment. TFN 2/19. bed-S45.
p.m. twin matching
FORD REBUTECONTINUES Phone 473-4473 during *Store on SR24I. Has 3 gas pumps, grease rack. 6X8 STEEL TRAILER FRAME washer and dryer-$300, FOR YOUR
day. tfnchg 2/5 Highway .rota..... Total of 2 .c.... Also ho. trailer 12 inch tires $100. plush brown leather REAL ESTATE NEEDSINUNI01jcouPfTYr
NO MORE RAZORS and hookup facilities. BIdg. can be used far variety typesof 431-1114 otter 5 p.m. TFN sofa-SI2S frost free '
tweezers. Try' .-. business. Call for appt. ta '_. refrigerotor-$125.> coffee p.o. IFStarke .1' I
Inexpensive .Hair- *1320.40 acrxs off SR241 an 239-A. Buy small or PERSONAL with 2 end 'lobles-$50. L....

I THRU removed permanently by aregistered large she pare:*!. Property has fantastic view. of coun 11 SERVICES -" Phopfs/ .732-7941-. Pr t a. nA.L, "Commercial-Acreage r r'7r 1- I
Electrologist.Call tryside. Owner_lll finance vldencec Itchg 3/$. "
for free demonstra CalhVenera
10 acres with Mobile Home. Fenced, cross fenced, MADE
Lion Amy's Electrolysis, barn stalls, and tack room. S acres wooded. S acres In CUSTOM DRAPCRIESFreeestimates. COLOR CONSOLE TV SIOO, BrownRealtorAssociate
490 Lawrence Blvd. recliner
21st new
MARCH Improved pasture. Owner moving out of state. MUST local
Keystone. 4737033. tfnchg SELL. Freez.r-$1 SO, gas 496-3022
distributors completely
2/5 stove-Si velour
TIN and Owens.Inc.
REDUCE SAFE FAST with ,I *3 bdrm 1V both home In Shaw Addition off SR231. washable nationally sofa and love seat like Realtors
REBATES UP TO $1156on advertised GardsetteDraperies.
Co-B... Tablets or capsules Has unique fireplace and decorative built-in shelves S&W Enterprises. new-$350 butcher block Riverfront ft River accesslots.
and E-Vap "water wall to wall. table with 2 chairs and ..
Ed loma
Selected Cars or
pills" available at Andrews *Old fashion home tO years old. Has appro 3000 Stephen. 496-3253. bnch-$150, new double Homeslte lots
Drugs Keystone sq. ft. Could be a show place. Don't pass this opportunity 5/1/801F11. bed extra flrm-$125. Admiral Hemeslte lots
solar color
Heights. 3/5 Stpd 4/2. upS fireplaces, high ceilings, cent. H/A unit. PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE 2 years-$24S.consoleused Phone 4.7 Acres with home slab

Also could be d".ld.cll"to 2 apartments for Immediate : Insured, free 752-7", Providence, and ether Improvementsoff

Tenvillegar Motors extends rebates on CARS Income property. estimates, IS years ex Itchg 3/5. C23I. '
J TRUCKS i *"LOG CABIN" Custom built made of cypress, by perience. Phone Thomas Hog FarmDifferent .
local Union County resident. 20' .10' In size plus open Nettles' 4963738. TFN 3/5. sliced Acreage!

All ford Cars & Trucks. 1955 THUNDERBIRD-good front porch. MUST BE MOVED. Real Unique.' Call for CASH FOR GOOD USED FUR FOR RENT 4 acre loMri town -
CASH. NITURE from a living room
condition. If Interested appt see. Mobile home ft 3V.
phone 473-42 evenings ** acres on SR12I, east of Lake Butler. Corner pro suite to a whol. house full. I and 2 BR CLEAN MOBILE acres In town
We tfnchg 1/22 perty. Owner will finance. Other things of value also. HOMES unfurnished or 26 acrelovelyhomeslte
can financing
arrange *Mobile Home Park for sale. Has 8 hook-ups with Phone 752.1967 after S newly furnished In nice end

WANTEDCASH add'l room for B more. p.m. 4tpd 3/5 3/12 3/19 private park. $135-160. farmland.FOR. ,
a.m. Basketball court and RENT

FOR GOLD, sterling Jane S. Usher Realtor p.m., Friday and Saturday playground coming. The Very lovely end .'Immaculate 'l'1'
490 SW 5th Street. I
Introducing the all new 1982 Ford jewelry visit, diamonds your home coins.WIII [ INSURANCEr Itchq Avenue Pines SR: Phone 121 at 1-475-1594 W. 8th home, 2,500'sit.3 BR* .1.' bath ft.- 1

360W.MatnSt.HOMES and leave
message. 4tchg'
anywhere. 3765235. Mr. fireplace with gas lags,
Rittman. Phone coll.ct.tfnchg Lake Butler MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 2/12 21192/263,5. and
swimming pool
2/5 .496-2126 : 160 S. lake Ave., Lake MOBILE HOME SPACE FOR manyextras.
Front Wheel Drive EXP 496-2903 RENT Available March .
WE BUY used furniture, appliances Butler 496.3978. CompleteInsurance I. Call 496-3021
and aluminum Service. TFN Phone 496-23O8. TFN 2.19. .

truck toppers. Phone :

4734521.FOR tfnchg RENT 10/16 Area Ads I ;'i I


1xypk Prices start at $"9.50. lake LAND PERSONALSERVICES PERSONAL PERSONAL
Geneva Trailer Park

y'i'm MOBILE 1/29 HOME ON LAKE MOBILE HOMES Why pay I ACRE w/mobile home BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete BUY GOLD. Cash on the SERVICE Residential

GENEVA. 3BR 2BA 5175 per more? Buy direct from the hook-up, well utility sharpening service, eir-. spot. ,Williams Jewelry and commercial.r Free
month. Water and garbage cular carbide 100 E. Call St., 9647064. estimates. Call .
factory and save. Large house, privacy'fence, circle hand 964 5505.
pick up Included. First and selection of 12'. 14 and drive. Ben Padgett.Lawt.y chain, mower blade hollow 10/16 tfnchg. anytime. 3,5 2tchg 3/12.
last month plus $100 double wldes. Purchase a DuPont Plant Road. ground and balanced CASH FOR GOLD sterling
deposit. Call 4732383. mobile leave at Jackson Building coins. A-Z Pawn Shop. 144
home In the monthof
tlnchg 2/12 January and will 782.3307 evenings.. I Itpd Supply In Starke, Keystone W. Call St. Phone 9648348. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES
-- OFFICE SPACE Keystone we 3/5. Heights or lake Butler.' 11/13 tfnchg.
Center Approximately 350 help in your monthly cost COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TFchg CHAIN LINK FENCE Install

square feet. $160 per by paying to you$50.00 per 246 Park Place Slorke. ALCOHOLICS ANONY- ed. Free estimates. Han- .
month. Call Keystone month for 12 consecutive Call ((813)) 6212031. 2/26 MOUSi dyMan Fence Co. 964-8539. OWN YOUR OWN highly

Heights Realty, Realtor. months Hurry and come tchg 3/19. Phone 964.51..8) or 9647619. TFpd. 6/81. profitable and beautiful infant .
473-4961. tfnchg 3/5 by for more details. COM, 20 ACRES Pastures: fenced: TFchg TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call to preteen .shop.
:Of SECLUDED LAKEFRONT I MUNITY MOBILE HOME IS assorted fruit trees; the Office Shop. 110 W. Mademoiselle Fashions offers .

ULIi mobile home site, $..0 per SALES. US 301 North. Open garden space; 4 wells; /VANT TO 8UV used Call St., Storke,.for details this unique opportunity.Brand .
month. Phone Jox 9 a.m. to dusk I to 6 on trailer; utility shed; large typewriters' and adding 9645764. tfn. names such as Health
-.rYlJiiltlidt-'" 725.8945.2tcha 3/5-12 Sunday. Phone 964-8741. old frame house; 2-open machines. Mutt be In BUYING SILVER COINS and Tex, Billy the Kid, Sassoon
: 1/8 TFN. sheds; barn and more. working condition. Sterling. Paying top Calvin Klein' and many other'

HOMES FOR 3: BEDROOMS: CB house,. In $55,000. Call 702.3756 or 9645764. tfn 2.12.REMODELING. market price,, Betty's, major brands 16500.00 includes .

SALE ,' Sftlcl<.. Cen. Heat. air. 964-5352, collect calls.3S2tchg312. Books Keystone Hgts. Call beginning inventory
You've it will rebate the EXPIf no
got we give a on new laundry! workshop.' Attached BUILDING. 473-4378. 2/12 4tpd 312. fixtures and training. .Call
REPAIRS' New kitchens ANTIQUE RESTORATION: Mr. Kostecky anytime at
: baths, family rooms. Brick furniture, refinishing and ,612.432.0676, ext. 1:. Itpd
you are serious about a new or used car. HOME and lot. lake Hut pool. 30's. 964-8483 Lawtey, off SR 225. Owner block, concrete. Fireplace repair. Quality custom furniture ,3/5.
chlson. 3BR. 2BA utility sh owner 2/ 19 tfn. will finance for responsible specialists. Cnffis Con. and hardwoods for

Now is the time to talk to ed. 475-1489 after 5 p.m. parties. No down payment struction. Phone 473-2108 sale Hunter Enterprises, HOME FOR SALE
Byron or Clyde.
tfnchg 3'S OWNER OPEN TO TERMS 3 $17.00 per mo., per or 4732378. TFchg Brooker. 485-1343 collect .
acres plus a comfortable 2 acre on 10 year financing. SEWING MACHINES keep trying. 2/12 4tpd 3/5. Hampton Nice 2BR, 1

While Ford is offering a rebate MISCELLANEOUSBINGOAMERICAN BR 1 BA home and a barn SHOLTES. 1213 NW 6th St., RIPAIREDr All makes GLASS CUT TO ORDER bath home on country
for yoor horse! The house Gainesville 32601. Ph. cleaned ailed and ad. Doors windows, etc setting In convenient

LEGION has plumbing for a second 377-5822.3/3 I 10tpd 5/6. justed. SIS Work JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY downtown section.

Terwillegar'Motors is offering a Rebate and HALL SR-71. Sat. 7 p.m.. bath and a screened back guaranteed. James 9646078. Orders also Pretty lot with large
Sunday 2.5 p.m. Public in porch. Assumable mortgage WildernessLag' Strickland corner Morgan taken in Lake Butler, detached J;garage witha
vited. tfnchg 3, S-81 with a low Interest Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg ,496-3079 and Keystone variety Of' possible
YARD SALE-.Saturday, rate $33,000.. Quality Holmes BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK I Heights. 4734973. 2/26 uses. Excellent financing
Byron will, beat any Ford March 7, 9 a.m. High Ridge Realty of Gainesville Inc., An adventure Into rustic SERVICE Pump-outs. tfn. available.Call .

Estates. Furniture and 3728441. 3> 5 4tchg 326. elegance. We make Log Residential commercialand I.tCIN5ID'NUISa wishes to For Details
other miscellaneous.Follow MOBILE Home dreams-a Industrial. Fully licensed. care for your Infant or ted Eleanor. cannon
deal in North Fla. or South Ga. signs. Itchg 3 S bedroom.HOME Good 10 condition.Call x 48; 2. JIM M. Storfttf reality. Phone 9648121. TFchg dler. Come toL 315 N. Realtor 375-2483

Randy Curtis. Call IESIS. ....1IfMIIIM DuIIt MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory Walnut St., Starke.. 2/26, Or 972-1449 .
trained mechanic. 4tchg 3/19. :
LOSTFOUNDLOST 9645060. Alter 6 p.m.i call 1..712.3111111"1. US-301 tfn
South 964-6020. DO YOU HAVI A PROBLEM
9646183. I Itchg 3.5. .S4kM AtCit1lMKBMM ..
S/29 TFchg S.IOOKKEEPING. WITH YOUR small appliances
CAT with amber pion, 12 65 2 BR .SS+Utl Era M4447tssMMll.CM .
M ; 1 BA. years experience in all them away drop them.. off
eyes. Last seen Sunday Central .heat. f enMSmwIsstfn. TO, BUY usedtypewriters
stove andrefrigerator phases Including taxes and at 31$ N. Walnut St.; '
Feb. 15, on Cosllne Road SS4-MI7 47S.MSS and adding
206 W. Madison St. Starke. Fla 964.7200 Phone 473-3962 after 5p.m. $4200. Included. ...... alit ...... "government forms Storks, I also do machines. Must be in
Call 473-7075
964.5546. 5 P.M.
3/5 llchg FIsrtiII 7/3 maintenance work at your
tchg working condition.
3/5. fchg ham. 2/26 4tctig. 3/19.
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YARD BALE March 6, 7. 8: loads only ALLEN E. bole. Maurice Edwards, 1917 FORD 8-150 VANE LWB; FORD PICKUP TRUCK to 50 acres with water and : Mobil. Horn 2 BR, 2 it.Jt
Five families. 10 am to S TAYLOR, lawtey. Phoni Jr., Edwards Road. I tpd AT; PS; A/C: PB. Cruise: Longwheel base, V-8; good fence. Coll 9645178. BA: patio near Keystone rtJJilJtJi1r
pm. Ol>h.., stereo, radio, 7823172. 12/4. ,tfchg., 3/5. AM/FM B-track: 29,000 4-speed. truck transmission 2/26 2tchg 3/5. Call 473-4186 or 473.7050. .
many other It.m. ,I In REGISTERED QUARTER- mil. Must sell. Mak an ; h.avy duty bumper 3/S2tchg3/12,
building behind Tackle TRUCK TOPPERS, $189 and HORSE MARE V.ry g.ntl., offer. Coll 964-8092 or Runs good good body. INSTRUCTIONALSCHOOLS SMALL HOUSE One : REALTY !
Box 341 N. T.mpl. Av., $199. For oil toppers In $800.00. Call 964.5108 964-5952 ask for. David. Asking $600.00. Call bedroom furnished. No

Stark.. 3/3 4tpd 3/26. ,stock. 'Beasley Bargains after five. Itchg 3/3. 2/5 tfn. 9648303. I tchg 3/5. pets preferred Call ....
SAT. MARCH 7| Do-Drop-M 473-4521. tfnchg 3/3 POOL TABLE Fish.r,1' x 8'. 1970 DOOR CHIVY ,i77 LTD FORD Station 964.5193 or 964-6733 for
Bargain House,'301 South, COUCHES. $15 to $50: regulation. 1" solid slat MALIBUi Will tak. best of Wagon PS/PB: A/C; below appointment or informa- CECELIA PHONE 964-7776 ..
964-6740. Fix up now durIng recllners $30 to $40;. bed w/balls. stick S ac. f.r. Call 964-7910 after 5 wholesale. 150000. Must tlon. 1 Itchg 3/5. IUWtLLIGAR 205 N. Temple Starke I .
from .
chesti $20 dinette "
; Anytime on .U. Phone +
our BIG SPRING cssorls, $500.00 FIRM. p.m. 762-3307. Itchg .sea
CLEANING ANNIVERSARYSALE. $30 and up. B.a.l.y SEARS V," 4x8 folding weekends tfnpd 3/5. ;:; TRAVELTRAILERS
Save on bedspreads, Bargains. 473-4521 tfnchg ping pong table with paddles 1979 FORD S-IOOl Truck, W- ,0'"

drop* A sheets All sizes, CYPRESS FOR SAUl and balls, $75.00 load.d. Call Tak 964-8014.over WANTED Drivers ''i.s..... .
and colors. Lot. of discontinued Keystone Hgtt. Ph payments. Or Heavy Equipment &t :
Firewood. $S V4 cord, 3/5. '
you 473.3600.3/5 Hn. 2/26 2tchg 81 SAFARI: 32 ft. fully self-
items. ALL MERCHANDISE load. Custom cutting. 1954 FORD PICKUP .302 300D PRICES PAID for used Operators Start. locally
TOIL FMII contained bunk
ON SALE. ZENITH COLOR CONSOLE mobile homes if mortgage/ ;
Shop Lumber. Phon. 4682624. 7 engine, 3-sped on column MO34364A4Itchg hideaway bed and .
arly for good selections. mi. South of Stark on East TV, $140: gas stove, $40; Coritinenlol front Is 3/4 paid. or mar. OLIN'S 2/26 more.Must -
Bath Tow.l.l $1.79 each. sld. of 301 across from dry.r, $75; refrigerator seat; all original except MOBILE HOME SALES sell $7850. Jo-Lu :
Itchg 3/5., Shady Oak Trailer Park. $75. Beasley Bargains, engine. 7,000 miles on 964.5606. Op.n 7 days Motel US 301, one half 'rt.p: ; n
FOR RENT mile south Starke. r.
THREE FAMILY YARD SALE: 1/29 Hn. 473.4521. tfnchg 3/5 engine. $1600. Call w..kly. TFchg Itpd
Saturday March 7, 8 AM 1975 VIP BASSBOATi 16 ft., 9647015. Itpd 3/5. WANTED Mobil. home axles 3/5. NrN.
???? front of DoDropIn 85 hp. Johnson pow.r T&T; HELP MUST SELL 1976 Chry.l.rCordoba and''tire*. Will pick up.OHM'S MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 28 ft. LIKE NEW: Self
Bargain House, 301 Driv.-on trailer low hour AT, PS/PB, MOBILE HOME HOME PARK mobile homes contained; air; twin beds; BRADFORD VILLAS Stark Fla. Best location Bessent Rd.
South Stark. Lot of on motor. Must..n. Make WANTED AM/FM stereo; cruise- SALES. 9645606. Open 7 and spaces for rent. Phone sleeps 6; many extras Deluxe, brick maintenance Ire* 2 bedroom !'/. bath
items choose offer. Call 964-8092 or control; tilt steering days a w..k. TFchg 682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING Must sell. Sunshine Mobile Townhouse> low utility bills because of newest a best In.
Itchg 3S.GARAGE to. from. 964.5952. ask for David. NURSING HOME needs full- wheel.: 62,000 mil... $1000or WANTED Used tools, both and sleeping Homes. Rt 24 W. sulation. Can be customized for your Individual taste. Options
2/5. tfn.NURSERV. time LPN or RN nurse for best offer L.B. Register mechanics and carpenters. room TV and Air Gainesville Fla. llpd 3/5 available fireplace, 2 full baths, screened porch t
SALE' Sat.. March STOCK Shod and 4.12 shift Call 9646220. Jr.; 4733305. 3/5 2tpd Phone 96 .8331 or Underwood Motel, 3 miles others. Furnished model on display now. Recreation bldg
7, 8 am to 5 pm Sunday. flowering trees: 10/9 tnchg 1977 LINCOLN MARK Vt Fully.quipped. 4681551. 9/11 tnchg North of Stark. on Hwy DIVORCE $5000 a a tennis court or shuffle board court to be part of com
Mar. 8, 2:30 p.m, to S RN Immediate need. WANTED Mobil. Home Ax-
p.m.Fishing evergreens, hedge plants: urgent Low mileage, 301. 10/9 tnchg Contested uncontested abandoned plex. Paved streets street light- b.autlfullond.coplng'
boat color TV, azaleas, 18" 24" gal. In Stark. area. Excellent Call I... Paying the best price FOR LEASE: Restaurant with wltrt/wltnout children all port of scenario. A desirable, different lifestyle. Prices
Ilk. $6250.
pans, dish*, furniture, cans $1.50 each; camellia salary Call Quality Car. 9647537.n.w.1 tpd 3/5. for good condition axles. mall bar for lease. Under (you pay NORTH your own FLORIDA filing feel, start at $33,4001
fan, lctrlc h and Nursing Service (coll.ct) 964-833V9/l) tnchg
atrs In bud and bloom; palms; wood Motel Hwy 301 SECRETARIAL SERVICE
cloth... 7 mil.. SE of fruit treat-peach. nectarine 13758199. 3008 NW 13th I North. 9647184. tfnchg Call Between S p.m, *
Stark. on SR100. persimmon pear St. Gainesville, Fl. 1/29 Home for Sale 1/22. and 9pm. KINGSLEY LAKE
Clovrsttl. 1 tpd 3/5. plum apple/ fig; blu.b.rry Hn. MOTEL RESTAURANT! in 259 aam Klngsley at last I Shown by appointment only Like new 3
YARD SALE Friday, March plants; citrus; hanging FAMILY TO WORK on Roberts Rd.- Ranchette only 3 lots left Payments Stark on Main Highway bedroom 3 bath home of simple elegance. All amenities
6, B am tll 1 pm. 1020 baskets and potted house poultry farm. Will furnish 3 only $375.00 mo. on 2 BR 1 Bath Expandable Home Fully equipped for lease Including screened dock boathouse with boat and
Eastwood (near Southslde plants. Get these now. bedroom trailer and Deadline on 11V4% applications Friday. Feb. 27 good business 964.6784. LAI'W everything else your heart dal,.. Terms possible.ON .

Elem. School). Backs, toys, O.C. CARNES NURSERY. 23 alary.. Sob.r man. Apply -Call or come to Affordable Homes, 327 W. Call St., 2/19 3tpd 3/5. RECOVERY rut HOME FRONT
baby Items appliances ml. SE of Stark on Hwy Alvarez Poultry Farm Starke, 9645533. Lovely large, antique brick ham. situated on a beautiful
ROOM FOR RENT: in large o
Florahom. Phon. iP ; pi ROOMTh. Iy landscaped acre In Estates A
lot of misc. Items llpd 100 at Bayless Highway four bedroom house, Cenerly quiet secure]
3/5. 6592165. Closed on Mon 9645219. Itchg 3/5. $100.00 month Includes Recovery Room 01 lifestyle yet near all canvenlences-a beautiful home with

YARD SALE Saturday, day. 2/12 tfnchg. ROUTE CARRIERS NEEDED NEW SEWING MACHINE ; run-of-hous per privilegesand Lake City Local Dist everythingI.u..ff! ..
PIANO AND ALTO SAX. for Gainesville Sun Heovy duty Zlg-Zog with trlpl stretch Archie Tanner FuneralHome
utilities. Coll 468 2515.
Crosley OPHONE Piano I I. Kohler- delivery In Bradford Coun- stitch $149.00. Sea In stor or in horn by Attractive California r.dwooclI600 sq. ft. home with attached .
3/5 tin
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call brand. Both solar hot water heater, and 57
' Campbell in ty. Must be over 18. hove appointment. 964 S7S7 Stnrka. Fl. garage fireplace
964-7909 for directions. excellent condition. Call acres of prime Owner finance.
Itchg 3/5. d.p.ndabl. transportation Whit Sowing ft Appllanc. Center .i I ..............
468-2889 2/26 3/5.
and post cash bond. 3527 SW Arch. RJ, Arch.r Square PlataCaln.ivlll ,
NEW CARPET. NEW a USED Good parttlm. Incom. .. 3764MAPioneer 14 Hr Post Licensing Mint condition home 2244 sq. ft. CHftA close to schools fthopping.

Classified Ads Plumb.Furniture fixtures a Appliance and pipes. '2tchg Call ''3/12.'''.1170. Stark.. 3/5 If 1\\ Real Estate Course Hove to see..........u....

BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 6n Reese, Instructor .05. Washington St. Very nice lot a frame home SI7.5oo.
Work!( For you..... Electric Co. Tin Don .*............
2/! Ttnnant
South. 9646679. > MOBILE I ; HOME I School
1 24,Hour Service MICROWAVE OVEN Of Rill Ethic II lest located motel In town 24 units $19.000 with
SERVICE POLES $289.00 or $15.53 per 45.000 down balance financed at low low Interest
DON HILLSECURITY 782-3065 month. March 7 & 8 ates.Developers.
Industrial IIII 9 a.m. 5 p.m. I ..................

SERVICE Commercial dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty ol
White Sewing and Stilt timber roads $40.000 with SI5.0OO down owner will
Burglar & Fire Alarms Residential Clumber of Commerce
Appliance Center Bldg. carry: mortgage at 12%.
Serving Bradford Co. 3527 Must .Pm-mglitir to lucid spies ..............
S.W. Archer Rd. ArCher -
Certified & Bond Locksmith
Square Plaza CM for DeUilU Large CB bldg. In good condition on one acre approx.
,AUCTIONDealersTue 473-7078 475-1255. 5000 sq. ft. formerly "Moose lodge" just oH Rd. 100E
Burglar Bars- Gainesville, 3764466. 55.000 terms. '
;.. Evenings 473-3265 ..............
Auto ...Residel1 ittaP i r'
rHl,9QMmereia: w JJ bll k! ,, -" Our finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn). .'
I Huntfey MOBILE HOME 200' on 301 with 1.41 acres Use Imagination! Term..
(ROUR EMROE 'aVSEf1V1CE *?:30 p.m. Redfearn'sRVICES I INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS .............your...

I Pinewood Drlve-CB home with carport. Fenced backyard
473-3549 301 N. of Starke S ffffff..ff

473-4340 POLICIES Worthington Springs Restaurant and 2 lots, $18.500.


On. Zenith and on. Ad 473-4252 I REASONABLE- . RATES. *4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees 9000.
i I' I.r 40 acres Lowt.y area $42,000-Owner finance
mlral.llh.r for $177.00.
Repairs Of Major Olin's Mobile *i New modern CB star 301 Lawley $52.000. Owner fin.
White Sewing a Electric Home SalesFREE .r Best Lake lot-$14,500.
Appllanc. Center 'I. ..0utlfuIB..nt Rd. lot-133'x2SO'.
3527 S.W. Archer Rd., Archer Serving Bradford & Cloy I QUOTES *15 acres approx. 9 miles west of Starke-St. Rd. 10O.
'' Counties Phone 964.5606
Square Plata, Lawtey 301-CB store-Jit,500.own.fin. ,
.frlsttIe Gainesville. 376-4466: Lowrenc Blvd Keystone Elaine, M., Olin Agent .Lot on E. Call St. Call for details.
J Ad money -mcAp .7 1-ocre lots Brownie Rd. $4.000/A. 20% down/12
.606 W. Adklns-House ft 50' x 100' lot 12500.
.404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely turn apts. Owner fin.

f Don't let 'em slip away CARDIN BROS. ; *Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet 30000. Reduced .
Steve Cartlin-Owner Q *607 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many extros-$31,000. :
Bargains like these 16 Ac. Brownlee 1 Rd. Col. home, barn stream $....500. ,:
are [964-6750 |I -
.'7' *Home ft 3 acres In Brook er $51.600 ;
fast LAMDCtEARJNC SEPTIC TANKS a 125 yr. old home(2960 sq. ft.). Hampton a 3 Ac-Mi.500. '
caught up During they *Call St. commercial' 100' x 190' Owner fin 9900. ;
*5.S ocr. near Presbyt.Church a ha.pltal-mak. offer. .
\ Month of March we want to .FILL dIRT LIMEROCK DRAINFIELDS RELAID *20 acr... Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed. ;;;:

.PONDS DUG FILL DIRT *43 Ac. lawley area formerly"Bare Skin lodge" 540000. ::::

help 'you get enough money to ,ROADS BUILT SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES a 150'.ISO* commercial on 301-owner fin. $33.000. :. ._
\ a v .CULVERTS SET ft COVERED 4.71 Acres Rd. 230A a Wilson Rd. $11.700.
a 2.6A-S235 septic well pump elec.pole, portable sheds ;
go Fishing byt having a ***.**. *40 acres across road from Bedford lake $105.COO. :_
I invest In the Best . It Saves Mores -
Club lot
Country 110' 383'-nice location-$10.OOO.
*Hampton Oaks lot*25, trees, owner financed-$7.BOO
,1 .Busy Call a Water St. lot 235' s 16' Owner fin. $It.800
\\ 44 .419 S. Walnut. New large, warehouse-$82.500.
p 7000 sq. H. CB bldg. on Rd. 16E Owner fin.
;t I rIBEKtt .Homecommer.) a cottage on Madison St. Owner fin.
a S5OO mo. Income lour turn r.ntal.-C.n ft Bay 55.000.
/ large opt. complex on 301 good cash Haw, own. fin.
mN16 mtfl
ALL Garage Sale Ads Wayne Douglas. Broker-Salesman 964.659}
t r WENDY'S eau SHOW YOU errs) L.nnan-4.6.3140 "Rich" H.ndrl'-'t..4-UIO
yon Terwlllegar.964.777I Martha Darko. 782-3397
THE NEW WORLD nne Terwlllegar Nelson. 475-1677 Solly Klillan.461.225SRoger's

i $1.00 -
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Today me business has reached a point, of sophistication that I
bears 'little, resemblance to me early days of Burger and]
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5-5 I In the US and Jacksonville, represents one of our best! SPECIALIZING IN Fast Rotary
I markets. We are looking for Managers who shore our enthusiasm, j
BEROOFINO REPAIRS Drilling Equipment
I'for the restaurant business and can appreciate the value of work
rraa ease -- ear .eta seta A sere ess -
]ing for an industry leader In as little, as nine, months, you can I .....STATE...'LICENSED.'. .
I Print or Typo Copy for Your Garage Sale Here | ( MOBILE HOMES ....
: reach Manager status with pay at me $17,500 level Its not unI .all
.WHEN .WHERE .HOW LONG ITEMS FOR SALE | I common to become on Area Supervisor after 18 months From Ihtrre, J FUPN BOAT SEATS
.' I I the upper echvlbns of Management await your' ...... 11. .F.!. ...... :
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; ., Come By Or Call To Place Your Ad .1 Pllumbin9 t
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,,,.._ New Installation .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ems 3O43-1 INTERNATIONAL Hartley Rd. KIRBYS ....Remodeling......................Repairs................ .
Jacksonville.Flo.3M17 .
135 w. Call st. 964.6305 Starke 904/361-4 SOI, HOOVERS EUREKAS .f.r i 4

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Dreaming of Champions .

Training Race Horses is a Business on US-301 South Farm : ; '

; J
Photo and story In 1976 Gladwell was voted top quarter horse trainer: In
by Bobble WlkeBCT Florida, by the Quarter Horse Racing Association.
Gladwell was born and raised in Duval County son of ,
Staff Writer the late J.L.. Gladwell, half owner of Gustafson Dairy. +
Colts and fillies frolic on 120 acres of green pastures Jim Gladwell has been involved with horses all his life, e1 ?
where there Is a constant dream of producing a top class and moved his business to Bradford County in 1968.He has y
race horse. been raising and training top class horses for 25 years.
Known to few in Bradford County, the Gladwell Horse Gladwell also raises prize-winning registered Spotted )
Farm is called Hampton House. The farm is on US-301 Brahma cattle."I gt
south Just past the Hampton turn off. never thought of doing anything else but ride and
J.L.Gladwell Sr.,wife,Billie Ruth,and son,Jimmy,run train horses since my Dad put me up on one when I was 12
the family farm. Working right here in Bradford County, years old and told me to ride," young Gladwell told this
Jimmy one of the top race horse trainers In the state. reporter. +
Work starts early at Hampton House as Billie Ruth A colt's first step to becoming a champion is to be k N *t g1
prepares breakfast, then she and Jimmy head for the separated from his mother and halter broke when just a ,t
barns to feed and water the thoroughbred racing horses. youngster of five months.At t '
Soon after Sharon, Jackie, and Willie C. arrive to help about 18 months the colt is saddle broken and learnsto Sl
with the seven-day-a-week job of feeding, grooming and carry his mount. Under Gladwell's watchful eye, the .. f.1c
training the horses. horse begins conditioning. First, the horses learn to .r I,
Sharon Detlefsen of Lawtey has worked for the move around the track alone,then in pairs.One of the last ,
young Gladwell's horses."I for. two years.She helps exercise and train the gate.phases of training is learning to come out of the starting c ; Qi1 ; j'. .

love working for the Gladwells because it gives me Some horses run one mile each day, while others run '
the chance to do what I like best, being around horses," shorter distances. It depends on the individual horse and
Sharon said.Helping their There different of
progress. are types racesquarter
Mrs.Gladwell with the daily grooming and care mile races, half mile races. The longer the race the more
is Jackie Rivers of Raiford. stamina is required and longer training.It .
Handy man Willie C. Jenkins helps with many of the might seem like a life of glamour,but take it from one
dozen jobs around the farm. who knows from experience, having worked for Mr.
"It's the same thing never get ahead" Gladwell,it's not. Training horses takes long days,sun up
Willie C. joked as he went by pushing a wheelbarrow full to sun down, seven days a week under blistering aim, !
of manure he had just cleaned out of one of the stalls freezing cold, with tired backs and sore hands. You haveto
Gladwell is paid by the day to board and train the love horses, and the outdoor life,as the Gladwell family : : .
horses, each owner hoping his colt or filly is a potential and everyone who works at the farm surely does.It +:
winner. during the summer runs in Miami or Pompano is all well worth it when the colt you watched being
Beach.In born, helped halter break,fed and cared for( ,goes on to bea
1973 Gladwell trained a horse that went on to win second champion in "Sport of Kings."
place, worth $148,000, in the "All American Futurity "Training and racing horses has provided the Gladwell _
at Ruidose Downs in New Mexico, the richest horse family with a good life and a good living,"says Jim. .
race in the world. Worth more than the Kentucky Derby, Occupying the front stall in the main barn on the
the big race is held annually, in September, over Labor Gladwell farm is Olympic Ruler, a retired quarterhorseracer y v.P
Day week-end. The purse totals $1 million, with $333,000 who won many races for Gladwell. _
going to the winner. The trainer gets 10 percent of the "Ruler's winnings helped build the farm," Gladwell
purse, with 10 percent going to the jockey. savs. '

I FSP Narrowly Accreditation .

Florida State Prison narrowly FSP passed 399 of the 453 applicable tion the oldest prison and FSP, the
missed accreditation last week according standards that each cover a distinct most secure, did not pass their audits..
to a Department of Correc- facet of prison life from food to Tanksley indicated he is convinced tizr.Lp'
tions spokesman, Winston Tanksley. religious services to staff develop- the FSP can comply and expects a
Despite not being accredited DOC ment, according to Tanksley. The reaudit within a month. "
officials were pleased with the resultsof score breaks down to 87.8 percent in The audit cites the deficiencies to %
the five-day audit by a four- the essential category, 92.6 percent in include:inadequate staff salaries, inadequate
member team from the American the important category and 60 per- outdoor exercise facilities
Correctional Association. cent in the desirable category. for confinement inmates, no facilities [
Information was presented to show ACA is promoting the accreditation for psychologically disturbed inmates _
there are three types of standards program throughout the United insufficient library services,
that the prison is graded on: essen- States as a way to regulate and main- an over-design-capacity population at ;
tial important and desirable. To tain prison standards. 18 months ago the O-unit, a separate minimum
pass a prison must achieve a 90 percent Department of Corrections Secretary custody housing area on FSP Ii
score in the essential category Louie L. grounds, and others. .
containing 394 elements,80 percent in statewide effort to gain accreditation "I'm optimistic about FSP, but t
the important, 54 elements, and 70 for all 24 major institutions in hope Union will pass. It is a very old.
percent in the desirable, five Florida prison," Paul Skeleton, DOC assis-

elements. Only Union Correctional Institu- tant secretary for operations, said. .,j,t I I

m Putting Them Through Their Paces... II I
Hours my Jr. break from the starting gate at bottom left. '
Jimmy Gladwell Jr.and Glad
his father Jim ell,ready Furrier Mike from
Akoury Jacksonville
a colt for his first workout with saddle In fits racing
a top photo.
plates on this twC
During ourMonFri -year-old colt comforted by Mrs. Billie
a professional jockey from Canada and Jim- Ruth Gladwell.

9am 5 pm THE Mon, Fri, 'Shine and Sweets Lead to UCI Violenceand

Sat. 9 am-5 Union Correctional Institution was was taken to Union General Hop- mate Joe Willis Holley, 29! from tak-
UTFITTERS pm the scene of an inmate stabbing while sital in Lake Butler. ing four pieces of cake and asked him
Sat. 9 was drinking "moonshine The incident took place using a to put the desserts back in the inmate
am -.5 pm 904/964-7855 am -4 pm whiskey" and an attack on a correc- homemade knife, og2T Wing in the dining room on the southwest wing.
OWNER officer by an inmate who main housing unit. Three inmates According to Bradford, the Inmate
wanted extra helpings of dessert in have been then attacked
placed in lockup,according Lazenby with his fist
separate incidents Saturday, to Bradford while and the officer suffered
-.A.MMO" Feb. 28.The an investigation is a deep cut on
being conducted by prison in his nose and lacerations on the face.
.223 Cal injured convict was identifiedas vestigators.The Sgt. Lazenby was treated in the
Price does not include Scope Ronald Scott, 35, who
I a second incident took place hospital and was released after treat-
Box of 20 $ sRuggerM77R 1. deep stab wound in the lower left back when Sgt. Joe Lazenby, stopped in- ment.

525995 ...... .....__._._ _.. Investigation on that incident Is be-
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Smith & Wesson 1500 Deluxe I ,30 Cal. 1 w vestigators.

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