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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 12, 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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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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The Sweetest Strawberries Side of Heaven102nd ,

, Year STARKE FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy _

, 24th Issue Thursday. March 12, 1981 LISPS 062-700 I S.

Commission Draws Blank :


\ On Agency to Perform t r y : ; y

;i rrit

i Fire Protection StudyA ( : .

search to find an agency to do a pushing for fire tax districts to be take half a mill or it may take two w
fire protection study for the county established. The county commissionIs mills of taxes, but the county doesn't C
has proven fruitless so far, Bradford holding off until a study can be know now what is necessary. _
County commissioners found out at made to determine how best to Imple- Schaffner of the Fire College, told ""(t ilYeaw
their Monday, March 2, meeting. ment fire protection in the county. the commission that population of the
Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse ques- middle of the state is exploding. The Ai't : .,, ..
"Well, we're right back where we tioned March 2 when the commissionwill state is filling up, from the south to iNl+
rrra.rrr :
started, said Commissioner Maxie adopt a fire taxing district. the north, he said. I -
Carter, Jr."That's. "What's wrong with today?" "So what you do in the next few -'. ,...', .. -
right, we haven't accomplished Crouse asked. months is going to make a lot of difference I jjjj e yr
a thing," said Commissioner Special
While commissioners hesitated to the future of this area,
Lawrence Mosley, newly"elected County Attorney Hardy pointed out no Schaffner said. iiL lw
board member who has been such ordinance could be adopted The commission has turned down j ? <* Olympics
pushing for a fire protection study. without first advertising and a public one offer to perform a fire protection

The Fire College in Ocala does not hearing being held. Hardy said the study. The North Central Florida j ScenesThe
perform such studies, said Standards commission needs a fire protection Regional Planning Council, head-
Coordinator Ray Schaffner who at- study to determine how the money quartered In Gainesville,offered to do annual Bradford
will be spent. the study for $9,000 but the county County
tended the meeting on behalf of the Special Olympics track& field meet
The board doesn't know what is commission throught that was too >
fire from which
college, one agency '; was held last Wednesday at the BUS
the county sought assistance with the necessary Hardy explained. It may much money. track with volunteers from many of

persistent problem. A Georgia firm r' the county's civic organizations help-
.rr > e+ q i 1 s'M
which supplied such a study for Clay ing retarded athletes enjoy the fun of
County four years ago is now out of athletic competition.In .
business, the board was told. Misses Parmenter Mott the picture above Sharon(
Zoning Director L.M. Gaines said Leonard left, and n..loreli.11, get
he had been told the University of started in a running event while
Florida's Institute of Food and 'I volunteers (from left to right) Kenny

Agricultural Sciences performs such ,Honor GraduatesA Lennon Beth Starner, and Terri
studies, but Gaines said Tuesday Top 7 Powell watch.
March 10, that IFAS has not returnedhis In the picture below the volunteers
phone call. .r gel into the action. In the one instance
The Division of Forestry has been perfect 4.0 grade point average pose the high honor graduates of 1981. ,I where everybody wasn't pulling for
contacted by County Volunteer Fire has made Deborah Lynn Parmenterof Honor graduates, all with grade f the same cause the Kiwanis Club at
Chief Harry Green, but Green said Hampton Lake the valedictorian of point averages of 3.0 to 3.5, are Terri t. P left (with the added muscle of some
Tuesday. March 10, the DOF is still the Bradford High graduating class of Thomas, Vickie O'Connell, Joyce BUS cheerleaders) duels their

trying to determine if they can do 1981. Thorpe, Jonathan Johnson, Doyce .,j-.. younger: Key Club counterparts in a
such a study and has not gotten backin Griffis, Dale Underhill, Marlene lug-of-war.
touch with him. McWilliams, Vickie Kersey.Regina i; Approximately HO participants
Schaffner of the Fire College left a Rasnick, Suzette Rodrigue Kelly s itb 't ranging in ago from eight| to !SI competed -
book with the fir men and the county Slade, Greg Lane, Charlene. Beam, A' at the local level. District com
,commission which, Schaffner said,. Kathy Henderson;;Kevin' W' iamsonI ,'i'if petition will be held in Ocala 01\Sutur-
4 could be used for the county to do I its /I: CarHildrpth'And( \ MelIssa 24a qo/r', r ww, ditflltEtri.Y:r,A. ""hP' (\ay, April. ,
t( own fire However ;. ,Miss Parmenter 17,'is an'early admissions ., '- Y.
the county commission is not anxiousto student at Santa Fe Community -

undertake such study. on its own.< College. She plans to pursue a" I
career in computer sciences at the'
"It should be'" obvious now that we School of Engineering at the University 6 Qualify for State Science Fair
need a study, said Gaines, when he of Florida. Debbie became in-
suggested the IFAS at UF.

'''Well L.M., contact UF said (See Honor Grads..., P.ZA) Six Bradford High Students won spots in the Florida State Mike Whiffen- "More Efficient Combustion Via a
Commissioner Mosley.' Science and Engineering Fair and Mike Whiffen, top win- Redesigned Carbeuration System". Top Physical Projectin
Gaines suggested a task force be ner at the Bradford Fair, again took top honors at the Show, a Superior Achievement Certificate and briefcase
formed, a Health Planning Council Regional Science Fair held in Lake City last week, March from the Navy a Jr. Engineering and Technical Society
representative, who offered his agen certificate, an Army medallion, and an Air Force certificate

cy s assistance, had suggested to the 56.Whiffen's and patch.
commission. Schaffner suggested for- r :' ;.V A project, entitled "More Efficient CombustionVia Randy Parado- "Physical Study of a Cold Water Spring".
ming a local organization to 'v? a Redisgned Carbeuration System", was judged the top The project, second alternate to the Interna tional Fair, also
the plan. pursue project in the senior (grades 9-12)) physical division to win won a Marine Technological Society certificate and a merit
County firemen the BUS senior a trip to( the International Science & achievement certificate from the Navy.
are persistently Engineering Fair to be held May 11-16 in Milwaukee. Vicki Carver- "Graphology and Speech Patterns... Do
They Correlate with I.Q.'
I Another BUS project, work done by Randy:Parado study. Pamela Duffy- "Hemspheric Specialization and Optical
ShrSmun: } Drier!: Debbie Parmenter ing the properties of spring water was the second runnerupto Illusions."
Valedictorian the International Fair, the fourth best project overall in Tammy Mann- "Cleaning Motor Oil for Re-Use." Tam-

BUS Class of 1981 the Suwannee Valley Region.A my was also given an Air Force certificate. and patch, a Jr.
Engineering and Technical Society certificate and
1 B's were a rare commodity for list of the Bradford High School qualifiers to the State medallion and an certificate.Kelli .
(1\- Lake whose 1 Fair, to be held April 8-10 in Bradenton follows. Included is
Sherra Mott of Kingsley Carver"Environment and Diet Affect Egg Yolk
e the title of the project and awards won at the Region show: "
\ for four
)J 3.73 grade point average Color.
r 'Qf- years of BHS academia earned her 1

_. the title of salutatorian of the class of :

)") ,r---- and 1981. Mrs.Debbie Vernon is the daughter Parmenter of Mr.of Al Carlisle Named to C unty Hospital Board

: k.r ./ Hampton Lake. Sherra is the ; ;
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A pending vacancy on the Bradford sman with the rank of lieutenant colonel Alachua General Hospital Memorial
Mott of Kingsley Lake. County Hospital Board of Trusteeswas Hospital in VVilliston and Hospital
!. 'A Joey Herres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherra Mott filled Friday, March 6, with the Notification of the appointment by Corporation of America operators of
..t Herb Herres of Starke. has the appointment of AI Kay Carlisle of Gov. Bob Graham came in a letter to North Florida Regional Hospital.
highest grade point average of any SalutatorlanBIISCIassof Starke, retired Army Signal Corp- Carlisle dated March 6. Gainesville. lich applicant for themanagement

MONDAY. MARCH U_ boy in the class at 3.6. The trio corn- 1981 Carlisle fills the vacancy of board c'ontract! will be given and 30
minutes to make its presentation,
chairman Dan Williams
NIGHT MEETING it is expected that the trustees will
Commission not to be reappointed when his term
BRADFORD Meeting-I County P.M. Water. Water Everywhere... But Where's It Cofiiing From ? ended in January but remained on the' take the proposals under advisement
for study by the finance committee
PLEASE NOTICE CHANGE BCH board until the vacancy was fill
before making a final decision.
fffffffBRADFORD ed. Carlisle first came to Starke in 19:12:
COUNTY SCHOOL Comprehensive Drainage Study to be AskedFaulkner Carlisle is out of state at present with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.B.
BOARD Meeting P.M.. but will return to Starke Sunday and Carlisle from Ocala. His father
fffff ** to attend Monday's special
BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL A comprehensive study of water and drainage problemsin said, "and when the trees are gone, even tem plans board meeting al.which time manage- operated a hardware store here for
BOARD Meeting 5:30 p.m. Bradford will be requested by the Bradford Soil and porarily, it means that .much more water to be disposed ment proposals for operation of the many years.Carlisle .
retired from the Army
Water Conservation District in a letter to the Suwannee of.
will be received. The
River Water Management District office in Live Oak. Faulkner also warned residents of the Eunice-Griffis hospital present Signal Corps in 19 after 29 years ol
TUESDAY. MARCH!? contract with Methodist
Road that a large amount of land for planting trees has management service much of it abroad. He received
STARKE CITY COUNCIL The action was taken by the local SCS board at a been cleared just north of them, "and if they run those fur- Hospital Foundation of Jacksonville. a degree in science and military
Meeting-7:00: P.M. meeting held Monday night March 9, in the agriculture rows for setting out pines north and south you will get the n private corporation expires April science from the University of
building, at which time water problems in an area along excess water down on your land" he said. Beds for the 19. Omaha, Nebr. After retirement he
THURSDAY. MARCH If Eunice-Griffis road north of Lawtey were discussed, returned to Starke where he is a
seedlings should be run east and west to avoid flooding, he Management proposals are ex-
SALAD LUNCHEON along with other areas. It was stressed that the request added. pected at the 5:30: p.m. Monday member of the Masonic Lodge and
United Methodist Women would be for an overall county study, not just the problem
Complaints were also registered as to ditches needing meeting from Methodist }Foundation the Notary Club.
a.m.-1 p.m.Donations$2.00. north of Lawtey. cleaning and the "old tram road" railroad track in the
The meeting was attended by Mary Langeland, of the area which is tied into the drainage structure of the area
First United Methodist Church SRWMD Live Oak office, who made a slide presentation and needs cleaning out. Faulkner said officials at the Rescue Service Merger To Be ProposedA I
Fellowship Hall outlining the Jurisdiction and scope of work performed by nearby prison have been contacted about help to do this
-TakeOuts Available the agency. She said that some preliminary inspectionshad "
been made of the problem North of Lawtey, but no work, but "they say they're short of funds and labor. proposal to merge the Bradfordand civil defense director, said he will at-
SCS will ask
Faulkner said the the County Commissionto
SATURDAY.. MARCH firm conclusions had been reached identifying the source Union County rescue services will tend the meeting to discuss takingover
KEY CLUB DANCE of the water that has caused complaints from residents of adopt regulations forbidding property owners to buildin be made to the Bradford County Com operation of Bradford's rescue
areas below a certain water level "unless they set their
the She said that further mission at its meeting Monday night service.
studies would have
8:30 12:30 area. to be
p.m. homes blocks the floor above
on high enough to
authorized the SRWMD board. up place March 16, at 7:30: p.m.
New Armory by flood level. Palm Beach County requires builders to place Jerry Wilson, director of the Union Wilson has operated the rescue ser-
DJ Harold Johnson V97 About 10 residents of the Eunice-Griffis Road attendedthe foundations at least eight inches above flood level it was County rescue service as well as UC vice for Union County for the past
$3 couple-*2 per person meeting and some declared there was water in the said. four or five years. A non-profit cor-
ponds and ditches in that location even before the recent Langeland stated that flood problems are particularly poration was formed to contract with
rains when all other ditches and ponds were dry.The area bad in Bradford County because it Is low, flat, and the topsoil In ilex. Union County to operate the rescue
O1W477 concerned lies just west of U.S. 301, while the slope down is underlaid with a strata of clay that prevents excess .. service. Wilson is president of the
./id from Trail Ridge lies east of 301.Surface water from Trail water from seeping into the aquifer.In Two Sections non-profit corporation that operatesthe
Ridge runs westerly into the low, flat wetlands west of 301 a letter dated Jan. 15, 1981 to Thomas B. Chastain, a SECTION AI UC rescue service.

((904)) 782-3931 finally'reaching New River through a series of swamps resident of the affected area, Bernard C. Smith, soil con- News. .. . .Pages 1A-3A
HOMES. LOTS ACREAGE and creeks. Langeland and residents who had walked the servationist, wrote: "A solution to the water problems of Editorial. . . . Page 4A The plan Wilson will present to the
AUTHORIZED DEAIElWilderness area said they had not been able to Identify any source this area will not be simple. It will take a cooperative effort Society. .. . . Pages 7A&SA Bradford commissioners calls for a
points of the water. of all landowners involved and resources of many Legals & Real Est. .PageA bi-county rescue operation to be formed .
Jim Faulkner. SCS chairman, pointed to a number of agencies. Consideration should not only be given for get- Correspondence. Page 3,4AA with Dr. D.L. (Dick) Harden serv.
factors that might be contributing to the trouble "and ting rid of excess water as quickly as possible, but also to Sports. . .. . Page 10A-12A ing as medical director for both coun-
Log Homes might get worse before they get better." Among these, he water conservation." SECTION B: ties. Dr. Harden is on the staff at
said, is the immense amount of land that has been clearedin Subsequently Smith arranged for a representative of .Page 4 a Union General Hospital In Lake
Hwy 301 N. P.O. Box 1286 this and other areas of the county for tree planting pur- SRWMD to make an initial investigation of the Lawtey News 8rlets..P.ges *B Butler and is an expert on emergencyroom

lowt.y. Fl. 32038 poses. "Trees ,absorb great quantities of water," problem. Classifieds ., .. .P.ge6B&78 procedures

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH March 12. 1982l .
M I/tan
l MRMBI/I jmmfm m Award-Winning BBS"Bandfor.


Sets Concert Thursday


; Joiner! baton duet; Charlotte Geiger.
Bradford High a .award-winning Lisa Gilbert Sharon Griffis Avaleir
v w wlsyueae sews band will be In concert next Thursday Tankard Brenedette Tyson, flag
Ie night. March 19, in the giving to local .

l r k f s'' residents a sample .Its unusual quintet.Piano accompanists for soloists and

quality. ensembles were Beth Francis, Lori
The Tornado band won four straight and Sarah Faulk.
1 t91 superiors,the top ratings given, in the McKenney.At the Florida Band Association
District Band Contest last week and district competition March 7 at P.K,
IS of 24 band members in the recent Laboratory School in
UF solo and ensemble contest returned Yonge
Gainesville the BHS band performedthe
with superior ratings. Emblem of Unity March. "IIRepastore"
One judge Bill Miller of Lakeland, overture by Mozart and
wrote on the hiding sheet...the band
Caesar Giovan-
in B by
parents (and community) should be overture

: : made to realize they have a most nini.Award winning contest selections
unusual situation"going- situation plus many popular selections will be
unusual quality. played by the band in its March 19
Bandmaster Mike Woodfin is extremely -
concert. An added feature will be
with the performance -
1y. pleased selected superior soloists and
: of the 1980-81 band in the contests ensembles. Admission is $1.50 for

the culmination of the practiceand adults and 75 cents for students.
of school
training the current After the concert the band will
BHS has had ratings at
year. superior prepare for the State Contest to be
district level for years but so
held May 6-8 in Fort Walton Beach.
V, far this year Woodfin feels very en- This trip to the state contest will be
t+ I f couraged by this group. the most extensive in many years for
students took in
Twenty-four part
r ,, i the BHS band.Scouts .
at i tLO the Solo & Ensemble Contest at the

p University of Florida on Feb. 28, and
15 earned superior ratings.
Superior rated soloists were David to Sell
Simpson tuba; Ben Tankard tuba;
--- Faith Roberts, French horn:
Carmella Coburn French horn; Ren- First Aid Kits
I BITS Award Winning Band to be in Concert Next Week nie Lennon bass clarinet; Paula

Joiner, baton; D.J. Riddick snare Boy Scout Troop 673 will be knocking -
drum; LeAnn Flynn snare drum. on doors in the area the last week
Superior rated ensembles were- of March selling first aid kits for fundraising

I Brooker Franchise Delivered To Electric Office in KH Bryan Clark Teresa Bauldree Tam- for tents and camping equipment
Clay my Cohens, Rennie Lennon wood- The price will be$4.00( each.

wind quartet; Tammy Cohens, If you are interested in joining the
Shawn Hart, Wynette Joiner,clarinet boy scout troop, please attend a
Mayor Blake Hamilton told the town marshal tor a light near his the CETA program, since funds have (the purchase of a nozzle for the fire meeting at the Starke Elementary

Brooker City Council at the March 9 residence. At the present time withno been frozen for this position including department from the Surplus Property trio.Excellent rated (second highest) School tonight, (Thursday), March
meeting that the long awaited electric new lights added it is costing a prohibition of replacing Warehouse in Starke. Approvalwas solos and ensembles wereKevin 12, from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
franchise with Clay Electric Brooker$298 per month for electricityused employess who quit. given but only if the chief were to Sheetz, trumpet; Lori McKinney, For more information contact
Cooperative had been hand delivered by the existing lights. With the warmer weather ahead, spend no more than $130. piano Tammy Starling and Wvnette Gerald Blankenship at 964-8278.
Monday. March 9, to their offices in Gene Melvin reminded the council of "We had better watch our

Keystone Heights by Clerk Linda Realising they were "Street light the need to have someone who would spending," cautioned C.J. Stalnakerof ._ .
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Robinson. poor" the council followed the lead of cut the grass around the City Hall the request. ----_._--------- -

Hamilton said that E.T. Martin, C.J. Stalnaker and declared a firehouse pumphouse, community Clerk Robinson stated to the council CHICKEN PILAU DINNERAND
general manager of Clay Electric moratorium on the approval of any center and playground. It was the Department of Transportationwas -
would attempt to have the agreementtake new installation requests. agreed the council would canvas the to patch SR-18 as soon as they got

effect January 1. Clerk Robinson informed the coun- area to determine interested individuals to the potholes. She also indicated
The difficulty with the franchise cil of the ineligibility of the city to and recieve prices at the that the marshal's radar had been GOSPEL SING

agreement has been plaguing the have funds on deposit interest bear- next meeting.The returned and was now back in ser-
council for approximately one year. ing checking accounts. This is in need for a maintenance man vice. Saturday, March 28

City Attorney J. J. Wolbert had in- compliance with rules made by the for the water system, to be in com- Present at the meeting were councilmen New River Volunteer Fire Station
dicated to the council in previous Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation pliance with the FmHA loan was Joe Tolleson, Gene Melvin,
meetings that he had sent in the better known as FDIC. brought up and discussed. It was C.J. Stalnaker, J.C. Harrel Mayor Donations: Adults-$2.00 Children (under '12] $1.00
agreement on three occassions.It With the leaving of city employee decided to table the matter until the Blaker Hamilton, and Clerk Linda
was the consensus of the councilto Casey Clark, whose position was council members became familiar Robinson. Serving begins at 1:00: P.AA._

ask Wolbert, who was not presentat funded under the CETA program with the job requirements and to The April meeting of the council has Proceeds will go to the Cindy Lou Countryman Kidney Fund.
the Monday meeting, to assist themin Brooker is now without full-time discuss it at the April meeting. been scheduled for Monday, April 13,
a the River Bradford Volunteer/ Fire
Fire Station.
determining the source of the maintenance man. Brooker will not Fire Chief George Pierce approached gal 7:30: p.m. _Sponsored_._by__New_.._..____.__ ......County"..LI"O._.._._.____DeportmentF_._._..
delay. be allowed to hire anyone else under the council to ask them to approve
Clerk Linda Robinson stated that
the audit was late but that Accoun-

tant it Pat would Farnsworth be in this week.had The asssuredher audit Growth Splits Theressa Precinct a.. I I VSomething pit xv ,,

contract is for one year to meet the re-
quirements of the Farmers Home Ad-
ministration Loan A new voter precinct In. the growing area in the county, Mrs. ,e,
southeastern of the told commissioners. < P f ,
Responding to criticism 0'the part county Flynn .
number 10-B was created Monday, So a new precinct 10-B, was
lateness of the audit was Mayor Blake
Hamilton who said Farnsworth'sbusiness March 2, by the Bradford County established for the southeastern partof
Commission as recommended by the county around Santa Fe Lake
had recently expanded and
of Election Neva and west of
Flynn. just Keystone Heights.
that he was extremely busy. "The
caliber of man that Pat Farnsworthis There were 832 registered voters in Voting place will be the Faith Baptist

isn't going to let our little bit of old Precinct 10 which voted at the Church.
The northern half of the former
Theressa Community Center.
business ruin his business in Bradford
County," stated Hamilton. precinct 10, now number 1o-A. will SpecialYou're
"To me that's just too many, no continue to vote at Theressa.
Hold PlacedOn way to conduct an election." she said Voters with precinct changes will
recommending dividing the precinct be notified by the elections office.
Street Lights in half, making two precincts' The Theressa precinct used to be

Street lights were a continuing con- numbered 10-A and 10-B. one of the county's smallest but rapid
cern for the council,with the approvalof Former Precinct 10,which includedall growth in the south end of the county
the request of Tommy Raulerson, the southeastern part of the county has recently made it the largest, says
from Theressa south, is the fastest Mrs. Flynn.


Honor Grad's... <<

terested in computer science when Salutatorian Sherra Mott plans to
working on a small TSR-80( computerfrom attend William-Carey College in Hat-
Radio Shack during an Indepen- tiesburg, Miss because she has a
dent study course in math at BHS. scholarship there to study music

therapy new Sherra has
She all the math program.
completed courses,
worked with the in
favorite subject of the 1981 valedictorian handicapped
by her senior year and movedon special Olympics and in nursing House
homes through her church. A music
to SFCC where she is making A'sfor
therapist works with
both high school and college handicapped
in a school or hospital and
credit. "That's why I was kinda tak-
Sherra will probably have to to
ing a chance, she on enrollingat
SFCC early. a large city to get a job in her chosen

Deborah was a member of the BHS "I knew I wanted to do somethingwith As a way of saying THANKS to our many fine

Flag Corps and Drama Club and, of music but I wanted to do more
course the National Honor Society. than be a music educator" she says. friends, who have been so good to us for so'

many years, I personally take this opportunityto

Alachua General Discussed At RotaryThe I invite you to our Open House.

operation of Alachua General emergencies in the home the speaker We have remodeled our building in order to

Hospital as a not-for-profit corporation addt'd.
was discussed at the Rotary Club "We are your neighbors" Peddie serve better. So come out and be with
Wednesday by Clarence Ayers chairman said, "with a long-standing relationship us
of the board and Edward Ped- wi th the people of your community this
die, president of AGH. He said that during the past 18 on Very Special Day.
months AGH had had 1,300 admis-
said the had been
Ayers operation a
sions from Bradford County. "Our
since the had
success story facility
study indicates that at the present
changed from a county-operated time 33 percent of the health care
hospital to a not-for-profit private cor-
needs of your county are being served
in and has operated
poration 1978 outside the county. If we are given the \\O\1S .
since that time without any tax sup- 'NLC0vsf
management contract, we propose to
from the
port county. change that and keep the money here 1\\\.
Peddie said that AGH rates per for the benefit of your community." Agency \\Oc'c.e

patient-stay ran about 25 percent .
\. ,5 13ley
lower than those of other hospitals in BC Head Start '1 ,.. """
.. the area and predicted savings in ex O\ orc

cess of$130,000 annually on the opera- RecruitingChildren I 1). ) 5 t' .U't
tion of Bradford County Hospital if Now : i'c aoYt4

BACK... AGH is successful in obtaining the I 1a o\\\
management contract which is up for Applications for Project Head Start c olnul "; phS :4
At the Old Stand renewal on April 19. He said AGH are now being accepted in Bradford c::, .
By Popular Demand would present its proposal to the BCH County for economically deprived' .d

Harold Davis manager: S.G. hospital board at a special meeting and handicap children for the 1981-82 "el"5' set''JC

Denmark and John A. Torode. here Monday program year. ef1(1e.
To be eligible, a child must be four '"
directors pull the strings to Peddie said AGH could offer
of Jfes'oC.e.
years age by December I, 1981 and f
Federal's '
unveil Fortune new advantages in operating the Starke : 1te
the family's income must fall
within \
time and sign last Q
temperature facility, including proximity, to federal guidelines.
Thursday. The clock was removed Starke; "tremendous purchasing Welfare and foster children
several months ago but quickly marked are
power assuring savings on
eligible of
regardless income but
restored under a barrage of improved room
supplies; emergency
must the Sincerely
protests from Irate "clock wat back-up support; and the A-rated with certification present showing their agency ,
chers." credit of Alachua General in case it sent income status. pre- Charley E. Johns
;Now everyone is happy again. was ever desired to issue bonds for Interested
81 Indicated by this letter from construction of a new hospital in the Bradford persons Head may Start register Center at
Peterson: Starke.
and effort located at the RJE School in Bradford
: "I appreciate the lime
spent in getting across to "We operate a full-service hospitaland County or call 964-8342.

Fortune Federal just how much guarantee patient satisfaction"
this town missed the lime and Peddie said. Services include a 7&.i
temperature clock. Now.all see, hospice serving 300 clients a Tel-Med Life is a jigsaw puzzle with
we have It back. It sure make. us educational service by phone and a most. of the pieces missing." ( f
feel better and happy again. Lifeline program to' take care of Anonymous

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March 12, 1981 TELEGRAPH Page JA-

6 Contestants Have Entered Berry Queen Pageant So FarSix

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Bradford juniorat
High coeds far have "
so Miss Lori Ann Lawson,16, a
itered competition for the title of BHS and daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
adford County Strawberry. Queen. ....) Henry Lawson.. Her hobbies are cam- i :
rhe 18th annual pageant,' : ( ping, swimming, skiing, and i iI
by the Junior Woman's Club horseback riding. She is in the DCT .I M
Starke, is set Saturday March program at BHS and works at the ,
conjunction with the Bradford Bradford County Hospital. Miss .!
Fair which will run April" Lawson was a Freshman, Class L'\/i\)/ :'\:
Entry deadline has been princess. Her ambition is to work in r 11
until Monday, March 16. the medical field. I .,c' ." ';1\1''" ./, ,,J r :.,
The six entrants are: l ;} i "
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Miss Sue Ann Meadows, 17, Is a ; : i
Miss Cynthia (Cindy) senior at BHS and the daughter of Bill -a: .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Meadows of Rt.2,Starke. Her hobbies 8i.ip ,
man, a senior at BUS where include baton twirling, at which she : J'! ....: .
head majorette. Miss Norman is has won many awards, jogging, and = ..," .. ,. -
.h" .
... .. "
'. Lori Ann Lawson
pianist at her church. Hobbies dancing. Sue Ann is secretary of the ( "
sewing, cooking and twirling a FBLA Club and parliamentarian of x. 1 "i'
"Most Talented" is an honor Little Women's Club. Her ambition is \ \':.< ,.
this year for twirling. Cindy to study business law and become a L./.9 .... -_" ing with a coke party Saturday.!
be a nurse. She is sponsored court stenographer. Holds Sue MeadowsA March 21, at the Starke Golf & Coun-:
Leila's Dress & Gift Shop. Entrants should return pageant applications Sylvia try Club.At
to Mitchell's Drug Store by that time,the girls will be;
Miss Sylvia Ann Hollis, 16, a 6 p.m. Monday, March 16. instructed on how to model by Latain
junior and daughter of Mrs. Lovie Pageant prizes this year' will include certificates, free meals from local busy week is planned for con Herres Peterson, owner of Merle Nor-
Hollis.Special interests for Sylvia cash gifts, savings bonds, gift eateries, and silver bowls. testants prior to the pageant, beginn-! man Cosmetic Studio.
singing and Softball. She is a
of the Gospel Choir. Her ambition

become Miss a Shelley doctor.Lee Sikes is a 31st Annual Fair Set for 4-Day Run April 14Robin I

at BHS, a member of Little
Club and is active in her church The 31st Annual Bradford County Stephens, along with some pigs, a record number, expected. A and from 7-9 p.m.
group. Shelley plans to attend Fair is set this year to begin Wednes- local officials and dignataries. showmanship contest is set. The Bradford-Union'PFA and 4-11-
to be a legal assistant. Special day, April, and end its four day run The opening day also features the The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Steer show is set Friday, April 3, at
terests include horseback riding Saturday, April 4. Annual Rural-Urban day ceremonies, Swine sale is set Thursday night, 7:30: p.m. The fair will conclude Satur-
swimming. Sponsor is New bathroom facilities have been in which members of the Starke April 2, at 7 p.m. day, April 4, with the B-U 4-H and''
Roberts Insurance Co. constructed in the cattle and livestock Rotary Club begin work before Miss America, Susan. Powell of Elk FFA Steer sale to commence at 7 p.m.
building at the fairground complex on daylight to prepare and serve a fried City, Oklahoma, will pay a visit to the Advance price tickets for the mid-
US-301) north in Starke. A new rabbit chicken dinner with all the trimmings fair Thursday, April 2, from 2-4 p,m. way are still four for a dollar.
f and poultry exhibit area located Wednesday at noon. The first day of
behind where it was last year, has the fair is also Senior Citizens Day, in
also been constructed, according to which all senior citizens are admittedfree
fair general manager Bill Wilson. of charge. Southside Elementary School Newspeople I
Ribbon cutting ceremonies will officially -' First night of the fair features the

; : Wednesday open, April the 1.fair Taking at part 11 a.m.will annual to Bradford-Union 4-H Swine and Show FFA, During the first part of March and assisting in the classrooms.
.: im't: open qualified until the 29th, Southside will be ad- The Honor Roll Students for the en-
.r. be the chosen 1981 attend Bradford or
newly Strawberry members who
I a ministering the Comprehensive Testsof tire school will be published in the
and the 1980 with 81
Queen Strawberry Queenby Union County schools some
Basic Skills to all grades, Telegraph at a later date. I
kindergarten through fifth. Mrs. Duncan's fifth grade has been
I studying food and nutrition.As part of
I. Bradford BassmastersSpencer Friday,March 20 is a Teacher Plan- their learning experience i the class
.' : .fling...... .' .nn.- school for students that planned two: menus. lor the Bradford

; Neil Crawford was casting all colors of day. County Schools. Perfect attendancefor
a worms and plugs. Southside welcomes our new the fourth six-weeks: Cassie
Saturday Feb. 21, the Bradford Wayne Hall and Bobby Allen came volunteers, Mrs. Sandra Crawfordwho Autry, Brian Brady, Jody Brown
I Bassmasters held their monthly tournament close and they were keeping those is helping in Miss Monterey Pam Carter, Judson Jackson, Curtis
at Rodman's Dam. reels busy. Wasdin's first grade, Mrs. Harriet Knights, Gene Murphy, Billy Stroud
The Tournament began at good Joe Riggs and Elwood Smith kepton Bryan is helping in Mrs. Donna and Randy Wood.
Sikes daylight, ended at 4 p.m. plugging.At Gruen's fourth grade room, Mrs. Group I of Mrs. Elaine Wood's Eye
Shelley Boats were launched at Kenwood. 3:45 p.m. everyone headed for Anita Griffis is helping in Mrs. Janet Witness News Team won in this
Rodman has been drawn down for Kenwood for the 4 p.m. weigh-in. Neighbor's second grade room, and week's game. Members are: Eric
the past three or four months. After all Bassmasters weighed Mrs. Ida Sue Schmitt is helping in Noegel, Jimmy Burchick, Robert
Bradford Sometimes in January the Corps of their catch,Joe Riggs was the winner Mrs. Terri Prevatt's third grade Boone, Lynda Wilson and Chuck
Engineers began to raise it back to its and Elwood Smyth placed second. room. We are delighted to have these Monroe.
normal level. Neil Crawford (that's me) landedthe -
Dates to remember: ---------
March 17-parent At tournament time Rodman was largest bass. Believe it or not,a 3
still a mite low, but not enough to Ib bass the
Meeting in BMS office at 6:30: p.m.March to was largest for the day! CHRISTLUTHERAN
17-PTO meeting 7:30 create any problems. Congratulations to Joe Riggs, he
Charles Evans and I paired off has habit of
BMS Program for the were a placing first, lately. I
will be gym.the induction of new for this tournament. Charles fished don't know of anyone that I had rathersee CHURCHPastor
to the Junior Beta Club. rodman the day before the tourna- win. Joe is a tough competitor.And .
ment, but did find those bass
Bee in very Elwood "Roostertair Smyth:
March 18- Spelling 473-2419
in the Library. In hungry.We he is always a challenge to anyone. Glen Schmlege
p.m. started in the stump pile near The March tournament will be
March Teachers Planning
Deep Creek area, most bassmasters March 14.
Saturday, 10:30 am
and for students. service
holiday would Church
thought this produce a winning. Anyone wishing to fish the boat t
catch. I, tournament set for March 28th please
ARTIST" OF THE WEEK: in Charles used the Rattletrap most of call Mr. Earl Muse, 964-7535 after 6 Clubsundav
Brewer Phillip Taylor 6th period- Phillip art class and of the day, along with a plastic worm. 1- p.m. Keystone Lion's
used the worm pretty regularly,along Bass Wishes
;- a and very marker.nice cartoon drawing in ; ; with RAPALA.a Rattle Trap,and Bang-O-Luke, Neil Crawford school and Bible School Resumed 9 am

=. The Comprehensive Test of Charles landed all his bass using
: Skills (CTBS) which is a battery the Rattle Trap.He also landed some
: tests measuring students' ability nice crappie.The .
: achievement in Language Arts, wind began to get up about 9:30:
: Science and Social Studies, will of a.m. but it never was a big factor. NOW in Starke
We talked to several bassmasters
March 16
: given on Monday,
: Wednesday, March 18. It is very during the day, Donnie Evans, Don


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I BUARC Forging Ahead with Plans For Recycling Plant Thrift Shop"We I


are perhaps the most under- 301 in Starke,and a thrift shop will be Q Y S
funded program in the district," says operated in connection with the Membership application BUARC
Robert Larimer, director of BUARC aluminum recycling facility. Larimer *
(Bradford-Union Association for says that up to ten clients of BUARC Make checks. payable to: for Retarded Citizens
Retarded Citizens) "and yet we are would be employed in the two operations Bradford Union Assoc.Box 509
making progress and preparing to expand and some volunteer help would .P.O.Florida 32091
our training program." also be needed from the community Starke
Funds will be needed to pay an addi-
check below) DUES FOR A
to supervise the TO HELP IN TillS WORK I ENCLOSE
Larimer hopes that the money-tight tional staff person ASSOCIATION
condition will be somewhat alleviatedby project, and donations of articles for ONE YEAR MEMBERSHIP IN THE
a successful membership drive sale in the thrift shop will be solicited.
Business ( ) 940.00 Corporate
during March, which has been ( ) $10.00 Individual ( ) $20.00
the national ARC The director feels that the high
designated by
(Association for Retarded Citizens) visibility of the operation on U.S. 301, DONOR
Retardation Month. in the heart of Starke, will make the
as Mental community more aware of BUARC ADDRESS

Larimer has plans to make BUARC and the important services it is providing
for its 36 clients. He believes TELEPHONE ZIP
more visible in Bradford and Union h Fi
will result in increased -
that greater visibility
Counties in the belief that its present -
and Increased -
community support
"low profile" leaves many area I
demand for the services
residents unaware of the services being 7 >Q e .
offered at Sunshine Acres, the fered. "
sheltered workshop and classroom Larimer believes that this lack of .
located on State Road 16 northwest of awareness concerning services offered ....
Starke.If to the community is particularly .
: true of the Homebound Interven-
plans materialize, BUARC will HIP which
take over the operation of
ford Recycling Plant 1
former Sunoco service :


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4 :'gyp's :

Just in time for r y

ting, the Starke

Club, as part of its -
tion and clean-up

ranged for the sale of

at 95 cents each (or

this Saturday, -
the club house on "ry' "
+ '"
Street. ._ w y M

The sale is made Another load of recycled pallets are loaded up for return to the General Electric -
the cooperation plant near Gainesville.

Gainesville Sun,

such an event :
hometown to the Conner Testimonial Set

residents who rush to

vantage of the Orlando March 21
on colorful azaleas. ,
with dogwood and

they have made Friends of Doyle Conner will holdan Tickets for the Conner Dinner are
residential anniversary party marking his 20 available by writing Box 1806, Orlan-
Gainesville a joy to years of service as Commissioner of do 32802, or by telephoning
Agriculture of Florida on Saturday 3058436370.
spring. March 21, at Sheraton Twin Towers in
Orlando. A reception will be held at 6 -
p.m., followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Starke, in a Conner took office as Commissioneron
can be just as January 3, 1961, succeeding his FOR'ESTRYN
its neighbor to the long time friend and mentor Nathan ;
azalea is Mayo. The Bradford County native BtADfORD COUNTY
planting started his long political career by
phase of a serving ten years in the Florida }

gram which will House of Representatives,to which he G. Fries ;-
clude the setting of was first elected at age 21 while still a by Mark

of liveoaks and student at the University of Florida.At _.
present he is senior member of the =
trees along the
Florida Cabinet, having been returned -
highways of Starke.So to the Commissioner post in every On October 14, 1980, President i
election since 1961 either without opposition Carter signed Public Law 96-451,
don't forget. or by overwhelming margins which included a reforestation tax In-
of votes. centive proposal as an amendment.
everything you're Raleigh Greene, Jr., Chairman of This amendment allows for a 10 per-
Saturday and make the Board and President of Florida cent tax credit plus 7-year amortiza-
Savings and Loan, St. Petersburg tion on the first$10,000 of reforestation (
01"A who is serving as chairman of the expenses each year.
testimonial dinner, said, "Commis-
I sioner Conner's effective administration The new reforestation incentive
of Florida's Agriculture laws, principally benefits small andmediumsized I
combined with vigorous promotion of landowners.The .
the state's products and his fiscal con-
Some people servatism, have been consistently in following is an example how
when to leave well tune with aspirations and the will of the new reforestation incentive would ;
alone. the people." work:
As a high school student Conner
served State and National Presi-
Now comes as for
If a timber owner spent $10,000
Jenkins ( dent of Future Farmers of America, site "
reforestation ( example
and in later as President of the
ville) with a bill to Southern and years National Associations of preparation seeds or seedlings labor
with the 55 mile State Departments of Agriculture.He and tools including depreciation of
limit on has received superior service equipment used in planting or
speed seeding), he would receive a $1,000 \
in Florida awards from the U.S. Department of
highways : ) againstthe I
credit 10
Agriculture for efforts in promotion of ((10,000 x percent
as the Sunshine taxes otherwise owed in the year
international trade, and has promoted
of the investment, plus an amortization -
Florida agriculture on
We were getting international tours deduction of one-fourteenth of ;
well at 55 miles per numerous $10.000 ($714)) in the year of the investment -

course, there one-seventh of $10,000 $1.428)
drivers who ) in each of the succeeding six years,
LettersLET'S and one-fourteenth of $10,000 in the
by easing to
fudge up last year.
no one was looking, :
whole we were GET 1 INVOLVEDIN The incentive applied to qualifying :
LAW ENFORCEMENT reforestation expenditures incurred
after December 31,1979.Amortization .
ding out we could Let's hear it for our Clay and Bradford -
almost as soon at County Sheriffs and their deductions for
could at 65, and favorable response to Chief Justice reforestation costs can be deducted in
lots better shape. ;; Warren E. Burger's remarks concur- computing adjusted gross income.
Graham looks with .ning the state of our criminal justice Thus, the incentive will be availableto
system I small timber landowners even if
the 55 mph limit but Hats off to Duval County State At- they do not itemize their deductionsfor
short of saying he torney Ed Austin for doing away with tax purposes.To .
the bill, jf| passed, plea bargaining in the Fourth Judicial
): Circuit! be eligible for the incentive, the
policy against
While we're at it, let's tip the scales reforestation costs must be incurredon
ting on veto plans Gardening'J of America's law-
of justice in favor qualifying timber proerty.Qualifying
tion is a little farther abiding[ citizens and rule that timber property is defined as property
legislative path.If criminals forfeit their rights the mo- held for production of timber insignificant
ment they commit a crime. It used to quanities at least one
the bill passes, In I be that way. acre).
also runs the risk Our judges have been far too lenient
I with the criminal. We need judges As many know, the private non-
federal highway well as losses of other officials who will make it stick. percent of Florida's 15 million acres

,, More mandatory sentencing ifbe of commercial forestland. Moreover,
the answer for all felony crimes the South has been losing pine
present slap-on-the-wrlst sentencing forestland at a rate of a million acresa
continues. year due to failure of the small Ian-
.. Probation and parole is not working downders to replant after harvests.
I !I and this and the Juvenile justice
iiti ;g I system need revamping. This unfavorable trend should be
<) Citizens of our community-help checked and reversed. The long ;
support law enforcement! Speak out sought incentive assured by the In-
a on the issues to your policeman,
(ITA'''' vestment tax credit could be a
deputies, sheriff county commissioners tremendous help in realizing that

SOS C./ I. judges., city commissioners, and goal.

1 Let's get Involved for a safer community I have just received a supply of !
,.....1...... _"' ]!1 In which to live. We need to pamphlets that give more Information
speak out-not cop out! about the new tax credit.To pickup :
a pamphlet, by the County
"._,I t Lady Anonymous stop
0.+ .,....,....... J.ake Geneva,.Fl. Foresters Office in the Agriculture '.
-NF.fot a series of three Vegetable Center or call me at 964-6280, Ext. 219 c


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March 12,1981 TELEGRAPH PaeeSA

Carol Lynn Beam, Donald Craig Wise Engagement Told

JJ Mrs. Barbara F. Daniels of Miss Beam is a 1974 graduate of
fY he q2dilRdy [ teg a pKs Thibodaux, Louisiana and Mr. and Bradford High School. She is present-
Mrs. Robert L. Beam of Jacksonville, Iy employed at Florida Hydrocarbons
announce the engagement and apCompanf in Brooker.
proaching marriage of their Mr. Wise graduated from Bradford
/ daughter, Carol Lynn Beam, to High School in J72, and is presently
/J/' eta Donald Craig Wise, son of Mr. and employed at the Motor Vehicle Inspection -
Yh Mrs. Ralph Wise of Station in Starke.
SOc f1I'1 Woollry V If ewJ. The wedding will take pace SaturNo invitations are being sent, but
day,June 6, 1981 at S p.m.,at Heilbron all friends and relatives are invited to
Baptist Church in Starke, with a attend the wedding and reception.
reception following.

_____n__ u u u_ Sunday 10:00: Evan Sunday
c. _,, _""'oQl United Pentecostal Church School; 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service -

-., ,.." "" ,,-h..","""""\\""'" ",;.... "''',f,,' Bride-Elect Honored .1.,.. ......., Pastor 204:N.Rev.Water O.L.St.Wells Wednesday- 7:30: pm. Bible

F;,, ''''' '0'''; With Bridal Party ;) 1 F Friday 7:30 p.m. Youth Services. Study. Obey Acts 2:38.39:
'. I
i ; Monday EveningMiss ,

1 Rosa N. Hull,of Clewiston and IIIII'L -
Gainesville, whose will to i iI Carol Lynn Beam 1
': Charles E. Hutcheson, II an I t Dona Id Craig Wise
I event of March 21, was honored at a I
j lovely bridal party Monday night, I
,t March 9, at the lovely home of Mrs. Janice Marie Saucer,
", Kiert Sundusadee in Country Club
I:! i' Estates. David L. Baldwin

': Co-hosts for the delightful affair Engagement AnnouncedMrs.
were Mrs. Jim B. Godwin Mrs. Gene
,ii i tiJ Long Mrs. Randy Cory, Mrs. De- Leona Saucer of Starke is an-
) Wayne McRae and Mrs. Betty nouncing the engagement of her 9
Register daughter, Janice Marie, to David L. (;

Katherine A. Ilamner Upon arrival Miss Hull, along with Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Mrs. Charles E. Hutcheson, Sr., and Baldwin, also of Starke.
Mrs. C.C. Hutcheson, mother and The wedding date will be announced -, : {
"- Katherine Anne Hamner, grandmother of the prospective at a later date. ,, '
Dale Clendon Johns with Janice is a 1979 graduate of Brad- '
groom, were presented corsages
eg :*5 fashioned of sweetheart roses. ford High School and David is a 1980 F, .J', ,
g Engagement The hostesses greeted the guests at graduate of BUS. :;: (. '
"' Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Hamner, Jr. the door and presented them to the Elizabeth Ann Dyal u '.,' ,
& of Dade City, Fla., announce the receiving line consisting of the '' ;
K. engagement and approaching marriage honoree the mother and grand- Elizabeth Ann Dyal, d&as ,r
.s'' of their daughter, Katherine mother of the groom-elect. Michael Allen Whipple '
Anne, to Dale Clendon Johns, son of Highlighting points of interest in the -
ur:: Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Johns of home were large arrangements of Engagement Told : .
Starke. greenery and jade trees used at van- :
i. The wedding is planned for March tage points to decorate throughout.The Mr. and Mrs. Guy H. Dyal of 4. ; i r 1
**_ 21, at 2 P.M. in the Church of Jesus refreshment table was covered Starke announce the engagementand
Christ of Latter-Day Saints of with an imported white voile and approaching marriage of their k
K Gainesville swiss embroidered lace cloth and was daughter Elizabeth Ann, to Michael
'. The bride-elect graduated from centered with an arrangement of mix- Allen Whipple, son of Mr. and Mrs. .-.., ";. 9g. y
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flowers and breathin of Starke. 1< sttr
.3 Pasco Comprehensive High School, ed spring baby's Jack Whipple
;- and graduated from the University of a silver bowl. The wedding is planned for April 4, (' j
Florida with a BA degree in French Mrs. Donna Gruen presided at the at the home of the groom. .
t. The groom-elect graduated from silver coffee service. Presiding at the Miss Dyal graduated from Brad- I -.d i?' I Ir
Bradford High School. Santa Fe silver punch bowl, which was ringed ford High School in 1979. f'; .'.":''' "
"* Junior College, Gainesville and is attending with greenery and miniature yellow ,.:

the University of Florida ma- and white chrysanthemums, was Memorial Services Are #_ .. ..r \ r'J
joring in Chemical Engineering. Mrs. Sarnt Sarntmoranont. Set for April 26 ,-:;
All friends and relatives of the cou- As a memento of the occasion, the '
ple are invited to attend. hostesses presented Miss Hull with The W.T. Weeks Chapter of UDC --_.- -.. ii!::: I!
two pieces of her chosen china. met Wednesday March 4, at the homeof Carolyn Griffla-Gregory Nettles :.' :::.. :
Baby Shower Honors Approximately 100 guests were invited Mrs. Lester Crews. Cohostesseswere .. '
to call during the party hours. Mrs. W.A. Weldon and Mrs. .: ...-- :. .. fft
Mrs. Kelly Forsyth "
Herbert Thomas. Griffis- ........, $I
And Baby Daughter Denise Watson Mrs. Franklin Weisgerber was appointed Carolyn

A Baby Shower, honoring Mrs. Kel- Shower Honoree to the Nominating Committeefor Gregory Nettlesto ""I/

ly Forsyth and baby daughter, Carrie Denise Watson, whose marriage to Memorial 1981-82. Services will be held wed March 21 contemp"

April, who was born Feb. 7, 1981, was James Clayton Watson was an eventof April 26, at 4 p.m. at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W. Elery Griffis of
March 6 by Ms. Nedra ,
given Sheese Mrs. Kenneth January 1, 1981, was honored at a Everyone is invited to attend. Lake Butler announce the approaching -
Mrs. Raymond Hutcheson bridal shower Friday, Feb. 14, at the Mrs. Weisgerber gave an interesting marriage of their daughter
and Mrs. ,
Fugua of the latter. home of W.R. Watson of Hampton. program. Carolyn Marie to Gregory Warren Two Interior
at the home Hostesses for the occasion were Nettles, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wen-
.. The refreshment table was covered Evelyn Watson and Jency Rawcliffe. Betty Jane Morgan die Nettles of Lake City.
with a white lace tablecloth and The refreshment table carried out The wedding is planned for Satur- Decorators With
centered with an arrangement of pink the Valentine theme with a radiant Shower Honoree Feb. 12 day, March 21, at 7 p.m. in the First .
'silk flowers and a pink and white Pan- red lace tablecloth and was centered Betty Jane Morgan ,whose marriage Christian Church in Lake Butler. r .M ,
= "da Bear-cake.- Miss Yvonne Bobo thepunch"bowl with an arrangement. of red and white to Rex Stiles was an--event of No invitations are being sent local- .' .. .... just 1.le: : "
auptof Carrie: April: presided at silk flowers. Red and white' silk' Feb. 14, 1981,was honored with a wed- ly, but all friends and relatives are invited -
and Mrs. Fugua poured
flowers were also used at vantage in the to attend.
ding shower Feb. 12, FellowshipHall ..
coffee from the silver coffee
points throughout the party rooms. of First Christian Church. Right Touch. ,
the hostesses
j Upon arrival, The honoree was presented with a Hostesses for the evening were the
presented the mother with a corsage Valentine corsage to fit the occasion. Martha and the Lydia Circles of
composed of a large lace bow, Three games with prizes were en- the First Christian Church. Approx- Hello,World Continental Telephone's new Trimline
centered with a Teddy Bear teething joyed by the guests.' Prizes were imately 100 guests were invited to call and Contempra phones are two interior dec-
I* comb
ring and silkflower, a attached baby to the, awarded to Mrs. Gwen Gill, Mrs. E. between the hours of 7:30( and 9:00: orators you deserve to know about.
brush, diaper pins
Campanella and Mrs. Joan Watson.
tails of the bow.A The bride received many beautiful p.m.Carrying out a red and white Slim, sleek and easy to use these decorator -

swivel reclining stroller was and useful gifts. theme, representing Valentine's Day, phones are available in a variety of colors.
the honorees a
.' memento presented of to the occasion. The guests as ..",,,. ,,,.,,,,,,,, "'''''' '- the hall hearts and of tables varying were sizes.decoratedwith Decora- And the cost is probably a lot less thanyou'd
enjoyed having Carrie April present think.
tions for the refreshment table were
.. with them. flowers under an umbrella arrange- Decorator phones. Fast, simple and so

Bradford CountyHomemakers ment. The punch table was centered convenient. For more information call our

; To Meet with a cut-glass crystal punch bowl, business office or visit your local Phone Fair
surrounded heart-shaped cut-glass
Thursday, Mar. 19 dishes for mints by and nuts. Both the Catherine Elizabeth Indianos And get the decorators to give your rooms

The Bradford County HomemakersClub : .... ,.;i' refreshment table and the punch Dr. and Mrs. James Indianos of just the right touch. (Touch Tone" phones are
will meet Thursday, March 19 at fl "''>1"l: : table were covered with eyelet Gainesville announce the birth of not available in some areas.)
11 10:00: a.m. at the Agriculture Buildingin : a'r tablecloths. Margaret Williams their Catherine
'...".".,""" '., over the punch bowl. daughter, Elizabeth
Starke. \' presided Jan. 27 in Alachua General
: '
of the occasion the
memento ,
will be As a
Tentatively, a program '
the honoree with
given demonstrating how to maket .' : hostesses presented Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
flowers out of crepe paper. \ ;'" ;t:. an electric fry-pan. Upon arrival,silk Mrs. William Indianos of West Palm Continental Telephone
The next craft workshop will be at corsages were presented to the Beach.
10:00 A.M.. March 26. mother of the bride and the mother of Maternal
: grandparents are Mr.and
K Everybody is invited to all the \it i the groom. Mrs. Mack S. Futch of Starke.
'J' meetings and workshops, regardless '
: ; "
.. .._
.. national
I' of sex, religion, or origin. : : .' ''' ':-""

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"' 3;
Sherry Elizabeth Trentham
.I i,;,, / off,

: ,' Sherry E. Trentham, fN

Stephen Alvarez, Jr.

Engagement Told <

.. Mr. and Mrs. James Hilliard of

Starke.approaching announce marriage the engagementand of their It is too late

daughter Sherry. Elizabeth Tren-
to claim deduction
tham. to Stephen F. Alvarez, Jr., son a or -

n> of Mr.and Mrs. Stephen (Sammy) F. credit overlooked on a f
Alvarez Sr., also of Starke. x
'.0 The bride-elect will be a graduate of 1977 tax return. .
11 Bradford High School in June, 1981.
Stephen is a graduate of the Bradford-
Union Vo-Tech School in 1978 and is D True D FalseIf
Olson Underground
-- -J employed by
Inc..of Jacksonville, Fla.
:II Odom Ecologist. you "know about amending; a tax: return }UU i
Rev. Leon .
A garden wedding at the home of
t. :
If don't, heyou
pnthahtt know" the answer jmi may
the bride's parents is planned for
nccU HMK Hlotk.. Ikt.ilu..II&R HUx.k "knows .
June 17, 1981, at 6:30: p.m. All family ,
H i, Rev. Leon Odom and friends are invited to attend., MX that )<>u might! not know You can
.1 At amend a tax return for overlooked. deductions
New Pastor Single Again? and credits up l<> three yearn alter the filing :

Bethel Baptist Church Come To The deadline. Si the ansuir to the ,,k 0
," question. is ;)1
C;, Rev Leon Odom began his St. Patty's Day PartyThe ...,1,

#y pastorate at Bethel Baptist Church ofT Bradford Singles Again GroupIs WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU r.
Starke March 1. planning a St. Patty's Day party '
\I'' Rev. Odom is a graduate of BaptistBible Saturday, March 14, at 8:00 p.m. HR BLOCK'
Fla. and '
Institute of Graceville Bradford Singles Again Group is for
of the Grace Baptist THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE \
++ a former pastor you if you are among the "Singles
Church of Starke. Again". Meet new people who have ,
An installation service was held on "been there". WE PREPARE ALL STATE AND . .
Sunday. March 1,for Rev Odom. The For more information call 9647094. CANADIAN RETURNS -' .!' : : :
: interim pastor.Rev. Samuel Cuthbert'i. Just to find out what's happening, I f. .

brought followed by the a dinner message on the which grounds was Call 964-6886 or 964-8601. 964 N. Temple tt : : ::

"? honoring both pastors.Rev. Did You Know........... Open 9 AM 6 PM Weekdays. 9,6 Sat Phone 964,8286 a':. : .
Bethel Baptist Church extend a warmto Mr. and Mrs. Leaton Morgan HI of Trimline 0-42015
welcome to all visitors. the Madison Street Baptist Church OTHER AREA OFFICES
t; spent the weekend of Feb. 27 thru Keystone HU. Pe'llke l lnUrl' ch n
jfc. March 1 at Lake Yale Baptist- 473.2351 328-3966 684.4266
'." I Assembly at a Renewal Retreat for TbuchToiw*It i...pctncllnlclemlrk*tilt Amencan Telephofw end IMeimpli Campm*
91ei couples.

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Page BA TELEGRAPH March...-.-.. .-. 16R.. L
ticipate in the Jacksonville Nine Mile and his boys piloted three planes to In connection Energy Conservation with the Energy; I
Band Students and have been
Superior River Runt! the Keystone Airport Program, Mrs.
Hampton Hilites Last Saturday, the Bradford High Visitors seen flying around this County. Paul Management 5th Windy
McLean's graders and
School Band again rated Superior in and Jean Kamer of also scanned Hampton Lake with his Miss
Denny Peterson's 4th
Local Band EntertainsThe District Competition. Under the and return trip grade class
plans a I
Ohio, recent
were .
Sylvania will promote Energy Conservationeach
and the Ghost direction of Mike Woodfin this Band t
DtlloresIeng! Jo-Cephus Paul soon.
by Mr. and Mrs.
night Friday until June 3rd.
Riders Band entertained at the received Superior ratings in all the
Phone 468-1913 Benefit Chicken Dinner and Reading and Concert Meng. They stopped by before goingto New Students On March 13th all grades will havea mlon
festivities held by the Bradford Count categories. Among local members of the Bahamas. Enroute home they Enrolling as new students duringthe 30 minute rest time during the day:
"-II Club visited again, telling of their enjoyable week were Paula Brookes, a At that time lights will be turned off: pr.PI
The meeting of the ty Roping Club last Saturday. This af- this Band are: Teresa Bauldree, past
regular monthly the boat and
experiences on resident, and Grade The 4th and 5th graders have
4-H Club is scheduled for fair was held at the horse arena of the Brian Clark, D.J. Riddick and Mary former Perry made r
Hampton( on the Islands. who entered for in the halls
Gosnell from Dade City posters display and
tonight, Thursday, March 12, at the Fair in the Grounds.Band were Among Jerry those Wadsworth playing, Ann Parmenter.Birthdays Among guests of Mrs. Vila Lefebvre Mrs. Arlene Rich's 3rd grade class. classrooms. They have already V.. (
Harold Waters home. and the Ed Spell family are Gerald Holt from Dady City and a alerted the entire student body of
.': Senior Citizens Sr., Jody Wadsworth, Pee Wee Bird, Donald Smith, Sr., celebrated his Clementine and Otis Leach of in Ke
is now and goals.
student their
The Senior Citizens Club and Carl I Rhoden. March 6th birthday on Sunday with a former Hampton plans r
Hampton Owensboro, Kentucky. They arrived of students
the 6th This group are at the
meeting, held on Friday at the the CIty Calf Roping Events family party. several weeks ago and accompaniedViola grade.Surprise their the
llth Gifts beginning of study and have
On Wednesday and Sunday even Nicole Clark celebrated her
Hall, enjoyed a good attendance. ings at 7:30: Calf Roping Eventsare birthday on March 8.Hampton. to Tampa on Thursday where Mrs. Arlene Rich presented softballs already learned a great deal about or.r:
Fertig was welcomed as a new visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Harry held a f.m. home of Elwood they and jumping ropes to her Energy. They have expressed ideason ofwe
member. Among guests attendingwere Fitzpatrick and family for one week. methods of conserving and votedon
This farm is located on Lake graders Education
Ruby Harper and Jeannette during the few theirPihys a
US301 about 4 miles South of Starke River Run Also visiting past during which conservation idea to enforce
both of Waldo. Fred MI
Krieger be identified the log cabin wish Mark Hodges lots of weeks were Paul and Martha Lefeb- classes. They were all thrilled with first.
win- and can by We all ell
Albrecht of Waldo the lucky
was and
Michael, Thomas
and ,
vre sons Monday.You're Their teachers are hopeful that the
house. The public is invited to attend luck Saturday when he plans to par- surprise on
ner of the door prize. these events Douglas of Prescott. Arizona. Paul students will get their parents involved anIs i
in Energy Conservation at home. It ]
is also hoped that the community will
be alerted about the endeavors of the toHI
students and will join them in conser-
i UV ILI I ) 1rIVIIL1 V OIWIXC ving energy. ar
going to like Eckerd'sfarnous th.

Photo Offer. / St. Edward's NewsCYO Tt M
i /
InstallationOn no
Twte m.Prints... Get an extra set of prints with every roll of Sunday March 1, installation of CI,
color or black and white print film developed and printed... .r + the Catholic Youth Organization officers
) TODAY AND EVERYDAY. was held in the parish hall. The re,,

Twice the Film .... Get two rolls of print film for the price of one pastor, Reverend Father Edward pa
Kodacolor or black and white,when you have your film processed Kooney, acted as installing officer. Ja
President is Brenda Bawek, vice- 911
at Eckerd's.' ..TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
president, Jeri Ann Allen, secretary,
Twtcetn* Guarantee... Buy only the prints you want. No Q Tina Bowen and treasurer, Pat so
hassle-even if the goof was in the picture taking. Tierney.Following. af
the Candle Ceremony M
refreshments of punch and a vareityof
snacks were served. G
Among projects planned for the th

fJ Organization are aid to Senior .
.. I Citizens in the form of yard work or
I -... = household duties for those needing

1 C e assistance.Also planned is a Spaghetti Supper viC
II to be held in the parish hall on March.

..- I
CREST j ., .. Alter Society Meeting r
j Carol Ashline, president, presidedat
r _ewo s the meeting of St. Edward's Altar
TOOTHPASTEContains I Society held in the parish hall on
March 2nd.

139 ride. Regular or Jan Powell and Pat Welty have
Mint.. Limit 1 r .... altar care for the month of March.
1- .... ........... r ... iJ Plans were discussed for assistanceto
I the needy and for the World Day of i'N!
Prayer at the Presbyterian Church on
MUNllIIlUlllnl1 LAY'S IIII" March 6.

0 ( CLAIRMIST IRISH SPRING 2-LITER POTATO Meeting The DCCW was announced Spring for Deanery March 26 aM

ECKERD _-- HAIR SPRAY BAR SOAP COCA COLA CHIPS at St. Patrick's Church in Gainesville. teor

ASPIRIN c. a02, 3/00/ .OTTIE PLATTE 09 RpuLrl.Of presented Following to the the meeting pastor a Father Stole was Ed-

OTTO a : .*; ...".... 59 Priced ad. ...... FOR PrIc.d Sal. .......... Sato Prted .. ..69 I ward made and Rooney.embroidered This stole with was religious hand vim

s... 33C .. Non-aerosol spray.2 types.Daodorant bath soap.Limit Refreshingbeverage.Throw-bottle. Limit 1 Great wih; dips.; Regular II symbols by Antoinette Coss and Betty I
3 bars. away m
Prkd Limit 1 flavor. Limit 1 Dazinski in a pattern identical to all ''
5Grain.limitl, stoles to be worn by priests at ,
Deanery, NCCW and DCCW Masses. ttb.
Mrs. Ruth Meng was presentedwith b.P
I a Baptismal Cloth for her grandson
I I Erik Scoggins. This cloth: was
hand made and embroidered Jane
________ Bawek carrying'Sacramental by symbols -'; I
I __ ii1 of Baptism,Holy'Eucharist Confirmation T
.111 B
___ ; Matrimony or1 Holy'
BIC ri
Orders. The dates of these events are \ S
DISPOSABLE to be inscribed on the white cloth at.
dl r the time of their particular com pie-. 1S
tion.Peggy Shaller and Pauline. I

I... I 59 I following Oeschger the served meeting.refreshments ; /to d S

Priced .. .. + C1 1
Handy disposable shavers. y
Great for travel., Limit" pack -- I I
I ) Girl Scout News:,: (s

1 EFFERDENT 61-INCH MASKING I by Carolyn Eaves .1!. !
phone 964-5812) : I S
FLOOR LAMP A big thank you to all those who (
II TABLETS TAPE helped with the Valentines Party at "
MURINE M urine I the Public Library. We had a great
II BOXOl'40 !i7 Reguler31.11'... time helping pre-schoolers make a
EYE DROPS "--B... 3499. 2 88C Valentine, try to pin the heart on ls

Priced ............ Prle' .......... Sato Priced .. ...FOR Cupid and decorate a heart cookie to I.t
s UNCI!! C Denture cleanser., Limit 1 Walnut ". Beige shade. ...ny"OU""OId uses. I eat with their punch. The Cadettes t tr
99 I gave each child a sweet treat to take tI

Priced Sal* ... for home as they left. A special thank you
II "
In1tated to Willie Mae Randolph for the
For eye Irritations. M NONSENSE beautiful Cupid. Cadettes who participated I
Limit 1 I
ENHANCE SPRAY included Melanie Wood, Hol-
-.- ly Stills Lenore Welty, Dianne Wood. i
I ;;: -OUNCI CONDITIONER ad no fd') KNEE .ENAMEL. Tina Christy, Cheryl Furrow, Valerie \
.1." "fl 1 9Ld I
"** HIGHS. Randolph Robin Green, Tonya Mc I

:::.. ... .... Mince "eo.I.SSPfc .... PrIaM- ....... Cloud, Pertima Brown, Rosalam i II''
I For Normal, Dry or Allison Davis Jennifer
1 size' fita Assorted colors II Lennon. I'J
Oily hair. Limit 1 of shades. aerosol, can.POD's Johns, LaTanya Tyson and Ruth <<

I ..., Jenkins. These scouts also providedthe J
decorations for the library during I'r
February. <<
JOHNSON JOHNSON Congratulations to Cheryl Furrow
Bradford County Science Fair. Also to ,
I--OUNCI! ;: ,I" I Julee Wise on her Second and Theresa I
/ Sa'. 99 4.OUNCU MO.211 .449 sse. Ricks on her Third Place.

I Priced ..... ... ::.... """.299 R.t.iSpr( outer ..... .r.70-...ruled... ...&..punched I,'I i"SklncereemollienLLlmitl .. I non We and are Melanie also proud Wood of Rosaland who earned Len r

.., Stays on even In the Greallor/ardwork. sheets. Ili!! ... l IIII l straight A's for the third six weeks \
water.4 types Limit 1 Limit 2 I
prs. :: ;
I : grading period. Don't know how these II
busy scouts have time to study or I
I work on science projects but they did.

CLAIROL a TUBULAR 12-INCH / Cookies! Cookies! Starke should be
i PLANTERS LOVING CARE OUTDOOR filled with them by now. The troops
HAIR COLOR HANGERSOO THERMOMETER II selling at booths over the weekendwere
COCKTAIL .... I very successful, thanks to you
.... 169 ....'.... ... ::: 688 2OJO 'tt for buying. Also thanks to the merchants
PEANUTS ....... PACKS Priced. .......... 10 Florida
Plastic Decorator (....... I for their support;
Easy-to-use.Assorted r Easy-to-read numerals.Great a .. O0 State
Bank At
I shades. Limit colors. Limit 2 pks.Prlod for patio & more .. .. Starke Community
.S.OUNCI! a 20'30 120 Bank, T.G.and Y, and Winn Dixie.
99. 4 Please Buy{...Please Eat!.
I .... .... This is Girl Scout Week, we hope all .
Vacuumpackedtoensure / scouts are doing something special to
freshness. Limit 1 QUALITY 71 celebrate. Sunday the scouts were to
I BABY HOMESTEAD II R.I worship together which we hope

OIL LAMP AI Y' every scout did. During the week
POWDER .... ... :tUNC. troops will be celebrating and Saturday -
4!: .. :: 388 : ;- 3Pr. March 14th, Bradford

1.1....... ... 6 nl.w ....... ." Neighborhood will meet at the First
o-.u,. United Methodist Church for the Spring -
; 4
Soft& smooth" powder '
Limit 1 f 7t.I :: B Event. We hope to have all troops
FLEET represented. Remember to wear
green and vour sticker "It's Fun To
ENEMA Z Be Green', and share one sticker
.'" ADJUSTABLE WESTCLOXKENO with a former scout.A .

4+.OUNCI! MAALOX ALARM CLOCK warm welcome back to Lynne
49C IRONING' Johns Musgrove. former Starke

Priced Sal ....... ANTACID"1a.oz.LIQUID -.. .. 40-HOUR 9 Stephens scout, now and working her Brownie with Clarice,
Premeasured.Disposable. .... 1 69 ... fji BOARD999: Regular LOS 39 Troop.
I Brownie Troop 683 celebrated dur-
Limit 2 ...... ........ -. "" f'j; .....,. Sa-.-a.OO ..........'.1. Ing the month of February wIth
I M..' stomach.For relief of Limit I upset 1 ,,. Metal construction. Large easy-to-read numerals.' Sweep special speakers to emphasize'Think
I --- ""2a Ventilated top. second hand. Day". Thanks to Males Sarnt, Laurieand
Carolyn Eaves.
;- Sorry to hear Sarah Morris had not
been feeling well, hope she is better.
See you at the Event Satuday at


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March 12. 19111 TELEGRAPH Page7A

I Lawtey News Sr.,and his brother-in-law and sister, Pierce Crews. They visited Mr and and received her High School and daughter-in-law, Mr. end Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. James R.Chamberim
Mr, and Mrs. Truman Norman on Mrs. Charles Thornton, of Starke, on Diploma. Ronny McClellan of Vidalia, Ga. of Okinawa, Japan, plan to return
Tuesday morning. Satuday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Prevatt are Mrs. Leon Wilkerson and her sister home in the near future.
., by Elizabeth Terry Mrs Tommy Clayton and son Leroy Lovett, of Jacksonville, wasa the proud parents of a daughter, Victoria Mrs. Dorothy Reid went to Adel, Petty Officer 1st Class and Mrs. Joe
Phone 782-3300
ACTIVITY Tinker and a boyfriend, of Jackson Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and born in Shands Hospital Georgia, to see their mother, Mrs. Harris, and children, of Jacksonville,
CHURCH Methodist Womans vile, attended homecoming at New Mrs. Harold Eunice. Gainesville on March 8. Paternalgrandparents Bamer Lee Lowery. spent Saturday and Sunday at their
United meeting Smyrna Baptist Church with their Mrs. Wm. Wolfe and son, Danny of are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr., spent a home here.
home of Mrs. Robert Lee
met at the mother, Mrs. C.R. Crews at Starke. Cape Coral was a guest of her mother, Prevatt. week with her son and daughterinlaw We are happy to learn that Mr. Brit
six ladies
on Tuesday.. There were Friends of Paul Norman regret to Friday until Sunday,Mrs.Floyd Mar- Mrs. David Kelly and son, Justin of Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison( Jr., Rosier has been released from
present.PERSONALS learn that he is a surgical patient, in tin, of South Daytona, spent Wednesday Jacksonville, spent the long weekend Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and Alachua General Hospital
St. Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville, until Monday with her mother, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl family and Mrs. Annie Mae Crews Gainesville and is staying with his son
Wendell of Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly on Monday,March 9.Our prayers are Mrs Doss Higginbotham, who is here Troxell. were Thursday supper guests of her and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Worth spent Thursday to Sunday with him. for a-few days (her home is at Max- Mrs. Sandra Blum and children, of daughter-in-law, Mrs. Archie Crewsof Cedric Rosier and family.
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie'Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Ceballos and ville). Mrs. Glen Shuford visited with Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner Starke. Mrs. Elsie Norman visited her

Mr.'and Hermie visited daughters, of Jacksonville, attended them also. Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. Martin guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Roberts, of Ft. Gordan, Ga., mother, Mrs. Lissie Starling of
Mrs. Kelly services at First Baptist Church with and Mrs. Shuford took her for a Sea Millard Jordan. spent the weekend with his family Jacksonville, Monday, March 9 to
their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Seivera., their mother and were Sunday dinner Food lunch at Orange Park on Fri- Gary Thompson, of Gainesville, here. Tuesday March 17.
of Jacksonville on Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. day. The occasion was to celebrate was a Sunday evening dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor and
.Dave Kelly and her son Justin, M.C. Crapse, Sr. their mother's birthday. his mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompson on family,of Highland,and Mr.and Mrs. family entertained at a Werner Roastat
of Jacksonville spent the Long Mr. and Mrs W.S. Crews, Sr., of Marie Hart (daughter of Mr. and March I 1. Joey Starling,of Starke,were Sunday their home on Saturday night.
weekend, March 1st,with her parents, Jacksonville were Saturday evening Mrs. Bill Crouse) took the G.E.D. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan spent dinner guests of their relatives, Mr. There were 51 persons present and it
Mr.and Mrs.Earl Troxell.Mrs.Trox- dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. course Feb. 24, passed with 240 points Saturday until Monday with their son and Mrs.Charles Starling and family. was enjoyed by all.Yoube .
ell returned home with her on Sundayand
will stay with her while Mr.Kellyis
away with the National Guard.
Friends of Miss Pam Crews regretto
learn that she is a patient in Baptist
Hospital, Jacksonville. Our prayersare
Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar-
thurine Blanchard visited her sister going to like

Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs.
Thelma Wilson on Thursday after
noon at Baker Nursing Home at Mac-

Clenny. our Pharmacy -
Friends of Mr. Lonnie Testone yr
regret to learn that he is a surgical
patient in St. Vincents Hospital, Each Eckerd Pharmacist is a highly-trained professional who's going to make sure .
of March you are completely satisfied.Every month he takes an accredited.continuing;education y
Jacksonville, as Monday,
course so that he's aware o)the newest developments In drugs.Additionally,he
9th. Our prayers are with him. Is constantly checking his stocks Insure that
.4 he has Just the drug you need when
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harper and you need M And he always tries to save you money with generic drugs whenever /
son, of Wauchula, spent last Saturday possible and by offering Senior Citizens discounts on your prescriptions.There's /
afternoon with their' grandmother, something special about sn Eekerd Pharmacist. He cares about your health.
Mrs. C.R. Crews.
Mr. and Mrs. Donny Kelly, of
Gainesville, spent the weekend with ////% %%/ ///iA/
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George

Kelly.J.C. Prevatt, Jr., of Gainesville, f l e
visited his mother Mrs. Carl Prevatt, I I
st ', ;'';''''1

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/D '\. Lii I':I' BATTERIES icvi

I rw.wnr- I ALKALINE 39
I Keg. a.29Sale

by Elizabeth G.Walker Priced

phone 9 46683Bradford ...... .. lights Forredioscelculelora/lash-& more.GRAN .

.. I
County Branch NAACP "N'I -;
Will Meet: The monthly meeting witha ;
membership drive will be held at I
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Monday
March 16, at 8 p.m. All citizens in- I OSCILLATING LIGHT PALMOLIVE I
terested in cooperating with the "
organization and members are in- 12 FAN INSECTICIDE BULBS DETERGENT

vited to attend. There will be a program 13-OUNCE INSIDE (
to inform you about the 1 ass.Save .27s8, Reg. 3.89 .299 B.FROST N FaCK ggDCON 22-OUNCE .8911: I

organization.Dell Chapter. 168 O.E.S. The monthly 5.11 Sale PricedKills ... Piked .... R.g.1.29.. ...
meeting of Dell Chapter will be held y. Whisper quiet motor.Balan &repels ants&roaches Choose 60 75.100 watt. Gentle hands.Great lor No.APW21S 19991
ced blades. Grill removes. Limit 2 Limit 1 pack dishes. Limit 1 e
Thursday March 12,1981. The activity Meg. 25.B9Ssve.a.00 I \Y fI I
that was planned for last meeting will I .- t I
be terminated Thursday night at 7:30: / weather.
p.m. All members are asked to attend / Batteries not 'included.PROCTOR .

Church Activities I
Ebenezer .Baptist,'Church: Each-,
Thursday 7.pnn.t Prayer-Meeting and,d I: .1
Bible Study. The senior Choir will'< .-

rehearse Satuday at 6 p.m. Sunday I
School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship at SILEXJUICER
11 a.m. B.T.U. at 5 p.m. Communion
Service 6:30 p.m.
First Born Church of the Living God:
A week of fasting prayer began Mon- No.JIOIReg. II'
day night through Friday. Sunday 17.99 1388

School 10:30: a.m. Morning Worhsip Save a ,,.
11:30: a.m. Y.P.C.W. 6 p.m. Evening : ;'clean. I
worship 7:30 p.m. :
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. .
Church: nfS School 10 a.m. Lovefeast I I
service II a.m. All members are in-
vited to attend.
Free Canaan True Church In Unity: VINYL STRAP .,-'NCHSQUARE I

Sunday School 10 a.m. with Minister -s-4 GRILL
Clarence Williams conducting ser teas LAWN FURNITURE 38 I

vice. You are welcome.The 3-WHEEL 2 H.P. CHAIR Regular 21.99 CHAISE Regular 38.99 ...10.11 ..........29
United Volices of the Choir II
GASEDGERmeM.1t 368-aq.ln.cooklngarea.2-
Federation: There will be a concert 88 position cooking grid.
sponsored by the United Voiced of the .14ga 8 2788
Choir Federation at New Hope Bap-- ..... 16 .UINLUUTIELSK.WIAI POLAROIDONE
tist Church, March 13, 1981, at 7:30: Brlggs A Stratton engine.Left 1S.INCH 99
p.m. You are invited. 0 hand cut. Fingertip control. Strong PVC with matching' plastic arms A/front post..... -.... .................... I STEP
Church of God In Christ! : Sunday
Prayer, 9.9:30: Sunday School after
Prayer. 11:30 Elder Hue Anderson will 11 Push only one I
conduct service. 5:30 Y.P.W.W. 7:30 V'x 50FOOTGARDENHOSE QOTT GULF-LITE CAME2RA599 button. Never
Elder Hue Anderson will conduct ser JiI CHARCOAL CHARCOAL needs batteries.
vice. Tuesday 67 Prayer immediately o"TAPJUG LIGHTER STARTER Motorized I I
Sat1 Q99Priced
after Prayer Bible Band. Friday 7- NO.MM" ..... 988 _.. ......... 1-QT. 9ge ejection. I
8 after Prayer Pastorial Teaching. 4.5-lIters.Refreeze .....1... .....
Pleasant Grove United Methodist 1..11.Brass, reinforced fittings. 00'.. e bottle. Wide mouth. iLj"-' Safe easy way to light
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. .- your briquettes.I Limit I 2 I
Lovefeast Service at 3 p.m. I 400.."
Mt. Moriah United Methodist ALLTIMEX
Church: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.,
Morning Worship 11 a.m. WATCHES "J ,
New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer
Meeting is held each 7 p.m. It- SPRINKLER ICECHESTSt. SN CKTRAY 'Y '
sas held at Mrs., Bessie Taylor's on Me.1170FrWQ 8 *** 99 25OFF I
North Street, Wed. March 11th. Sun- *999 set*. Z 32 Ikd.. '
day School 10 a.m. Full or part '; 2relreezablebottles. Ideal foranackeor; REGULAR PRICES 'B
Mt. Sianl Association one day session DI.'olied. Food tray breakfast 'In bed. All styles' 'Including sport,electric To I
will be held March 23, beginning at 12 & cocktail.

p.m.Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist .....1

Church: Each Tuesday Prayer
Meeting 7:30: Wednesday McKay'sand HANGING) WILD BIROFEEDER STARBRITE
Lee's Circle will meet at Mrs. PLANTER CAR POLISH
Gertrude Covington's home. Blye's ::1." N..S100488 I as- 99 a. CONAIR 1250 WATT I

Circle will meet at the home of Hourat Mrs. Po...... ........299 -' ".a.a.4* ...... I ..2 HAIR DRYER
Mary H. Parks. Thursday Story Ple
Plastic construction. &apll'h ..Removes
the church. Friday the Junior Choir Assorted colors. Easy to fill. r surface rust. a WITH SPECIAL REBATE OFFER. II
and Junior ushers will rehearse. Din- Model OIS Regular 1'." }
ners will be sold from the kitchen. 3 speeds&3 heat settings. ( :1fii.
Saturday there will be an all day work ECKERD'S ll I ...:"'" I

day. All members are asked to par- PRICE SALE ."" .. 1599 ....... 4tl.
ticipate. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. LlasMfaae'
AUTO iiiIie '
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening ROD RIOT 5 1/1.
Worship at 6 p.m. "SNACK*1.4. TRAY 25O F F g RESAT:' .. ........... X500

Sunday St. John Missionary School 10 Baptist a.m.,Church Choir: .,.:.?.d .......99C t: 0 QQ I REQU PRICES. KM CAR ACO STEREO AM/FM S-TRACK .AFTER.INALCO.T "TO"ECKERp fJ\ II

rehearses each Wednesday Marc m. Plastic construction Spinning ore P Incast MO..MOD REBATE ........
Easter 14 Assorted colors. Arodforeveryangler _
practice Saturday 6999on/offeontrol t.
I or
at 5 p.m. Rev.Willie Huffman, pastor. hb.d &light Indicator.
Church of God Prophecy: Sunday ----------
School 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11 . ; : ----------.I
a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
The Victory Temple Church of God: OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, PHOTO REPRINTS
Worship service is held each Saturday SUNDAYS 10 to 7 ,
at 12 noon. The members cordially I FROM YOUR FAVORITE I
invite you to attend. fjJillfilf"p'-'filf-Jfi'\: \ filJfilIDI5! = :raMlpudM- vim' i NEGATIVE I
Sick: Mrs. Sarah J. Morris of 2109 I Just bring In your favorite I
Old Lawtey Road Is in Alachua SYMBOLS NEXT TO ADOMSS color print negative
General Hospital. It has been WLIlJ3 IJWlli (BW'i! I13 i
reported she is improving. Prayers of I 4 I
her friends for a 1 e 1 //88 t
many members and '
831 S. I' 4
speedy recovery will be appreciated. Walnut St. Starke Fla.' CTOSW TMMT* tCKI0OfN I

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8A TELEGRAPH March 12. 1981 .__

I LfcGALS c --." n tioner's Petition attorney on the whose peti JACKSON THA M., Deceased.SPENCER INTENTIONTO REGISTER

Bass lop Southside Speller NOTICE OFINTENTION name Pierce and A Hardy address P.A.Is FICTITIOUS NAMEPursuant

TO REGISTER P.O. Drawer 1030 'Section
OR to
.. -,, .... .,....,, '' .'-"". ',. ., Requ..tFor FICTITIOUS Starke, Bradford County, CLAIMS
Benjy Bass correctly spelled "con "" ;E Sealed Bids DEMANDS AGAINST THE 865.09, Florida Statutes,
and fll.
nive" then "hobnob" to become l. Th.Bradford County-Board of County Commissioner NAME Florida the 32091 with the ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL notice I I. hereby given

champion speller of Southside will r.c&v..wl.d' bid to be opened at 10:00 a.m. on Clerk original of this Court either OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED that the undersigned
Elementary School in competition ": Monday April 6, 1981. In the County Commissioners, Pursuant to before service P.tI.tlan.r' IN THE ESTATE: Richard L. Beymer, .P.O.
I'I'ii Florida Statutes, on
MS.O9 YOU ARE HEREBY Box 222. Starke, Fl.
Tuesday March 10. room at the Bradford County Courthouse' for N.w
Stephanie O'Steen was second after I Bookkeeping Equlpm.nt for the Count Finance notice I. hereby given attorney or NOTIFIED thot the ad, 32091 I. sole owner doing
thereafter on
she and Benjy went round after round t't Department. Complete specifications may b. pickedup that the undersigned ministration of the business under the firm
E.W. Hay.,601 S. Alton or before, April 13. 1981,
In the Clark's Off lea. Th. Board reserves the rightto estate of Martha M.Spencer name of MR. FIXIT 403
with each missing a word and the otherwise default will
Rd., Starka, Fl. 32091, a
Jackson, Call .t. Starko, Fl.
W. ,
It. reject any and all bid. submitted.Gilbert .
other Both missed be entered
spelling sole owner, doing against you
deceased, Fil. Number 32091: Intend to
"weasel then missed for the relief demandedIn
Stephanie business und.r the firm
S. Brown, Clark to the Board 3/12 Itchq 81.11-CPI-3276)( ), Is pending register old fictitious
"connive, giving Benjy his chance to ui name of AIRCO the Petition. In the Circuit Court name under the provisions
This notice shall be
HEATING. AlrcondltlonIng for BRADFORD County, of aforesaid
win.Benjy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene PUBLIC NOTICE and to elect and Refrigeration, published once each Florida, Probate Division stotuta.

Bass of Starke and Stephanie Th. annual .(action of trust... Mark your 601 S. Alton Rd., Stark., week for four consecutive ,. the address of Dated this 5th day oil\
RichardO'Steen Trutt. for the Santa F. col.ndor now and plan weeks In the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. > Fla. 32091, Intends to which Is Bradford County March A.D. 1981 In

of Theressa, will represent Cmtry Association to attend. register told fictitious Bradford County Courthouse, N. Temple Slorke, Florida.. ,3/12
will be h.ld Thursdaypresent Trustees: Telegraph.
Southside Elementary in the county- on nom. und.r the provision Avenue, Stark.. Florida 4tpd 4/2.
March 19, 1981 at 7:30 John Compen. W.H.. Dated this 9th day of
wide spelling bee March 31. 'Ii of aforesaid 32091. The personal
Hall Wm. Melton March, 1981.
Fifth graders each champion or ;. p.m. at City HomoGunter stotuta. representative of theestate NOTICE OF
> Florida. Sylvia Hall and OwenThis Gilbert S. Brown,
,\ Dated this KATHLEEN
j 19th of Is G.
.....;... '.''It;, meeting will b. to Simmons, 3/5 2tchg Clerk By: Marian whose addressIs REGISTER
February A.D. 1981 In CARTER, )
", _. [ : conduct general 3/12. McRae, as Deputy Clerk, FICTITIOUS
(\ k Stark, Florida.' 2/19 1710 E.Call St.. Stork.,
3/12 4/2.
., 4tchg
u -- 4tpd 3/12. Florida 32091. The ram

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF and address of the personal
Benjy Bass FLORIDA, EIGHTH representative's Pursuant to Section

SS Champion Speller NOTICE OFINTENTION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN attorney are set forth 643.09, Florida Statutes,

AND FOR BRADFORD below: notice Is hereby given
Methodist Launches
TO REGISTER that the undersigned.
COUNTY. Case No. All persons having
School Drive FICTITIOUS Anthony R. Hayes.355
Sunday 8120CP. claims or demands
runner-up to class competition par- "Prove Your Love"The NAME In re: ESTATE OF against the estate are N. Temple Ave., Stork.

ticipating in the spelling bee for the Pursuant to Section AUGUST LOUIS required. WITHIN THREE Fl. 32091, sole owner

school champion were Dodie McRae Sunday School Department of 865.09, Florida Statutes, BOBENHAUSEN Dee_. MONTHS FROM THE doing business under the
second and alternate in ed. DATE OF THE FIRST firm name of HAYES
runner-up Church of notice Is
the First United Methodist hereby giventhat
case Benjy or Stephanie can make the lha undersigned, NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF THIS ELECTRIC ft AIR CONDITION
Starke is launching a campaign,
I county bee; Richie Taylor Jody andis lor.tta J. Merchant, 113E. ADMINISTRATIONThe NOTICE, to file with the 353 N. TempleAve.
"Prove Your Love" during lent
Stark., Fl. 32091,
Brown Chad Thornton, Chris Powell, members to commit Call St., Storka. Fl. clerk of the above courta
Robert encouraging administration of written statement of intends to register said
Stacy Lloyd, Tracy McDuffie, themselves to take advantage of the 32091 sola owner, doing fictitious under theprovl.lon.
the estate of AUGUST claim or demand name
Boone, Lisa Tierney Jimmy Bur- business und.r the firm any
Christian Education by attending of aforesaid
LOUIS BOBENHAUSEN, they have. Each *
chick Stephanie and Benjy. name of BRET ft JERRY', may
Sunday School. 113 E. Call St., Stark. Fl. deceased. File Number claim must be In writingand statute.
Judges were Miss Myrna Lou Rahn, All children will gather in the sanc- 32091 Intends to 81.20-CP, is pending In must indicate the Dated this 12th day of

Marjorie Murphy, and middle school tuary for an assembly each Sunday at register said fictitious the Circuit Court for basis for the claim, the March. A.D. 1981 In
for adults will still and address of the Bradford County,
Pro- 9:45: and assembly County name
the -
principal Dewey McKinney. name under provisions
nouncer was SS librarian Bernie be in fellowship hall at 9:45.: of oforesoldstatute. Florida Probate Division creditor or his agent or Florida. 3/12 4tpd 4/2.

-.. ._..urn Winkler. The District Workshop on Adult the address of attorney, and the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

classes will be held in Gainesville this Dated this 26th day of which Is Bradford County amount claimed. If the FOR BRADFORD COUNTY -

Stephanie O'SteenSS Coordinator of the spelling bee was Sat. March 14.The Church Van will be February, A.D. 1981 In Courthouse, North Temple claim Is not yet due, the FLORIDA PROBATE

I Kunner-Up Speller Mrs. Elaine Wood. leaving at 9 a.m. Stark.. Florida. 2/26 Avenue Stark., date when It will become DIVISION. File NO.
The United Methodist Women will 4tchg 319.IN Florida 33091.: The name due shall be stated. If 8)-12-CP.(1-3268)( ).

-. have a Salad Luncheon in the and address of the Personal the claim Is contingent or In re: ESTATE OF

I'nflRTIOQ fellowship hall March 19, 11 a.m. to 1 CIRCUS COURT Representativeand unliquidated the natureof SOPHIE FISHER Deceas
of the PersonalRepresentative's the shall
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL uncertainty ed.
p.m. Donation of $2 per plate, which AND FOR attorney be stated. If the claim Is
Sc includes drink. Soup will cost extra.
1 BRADFORD COUNTY. are set forth .secured the security ADMINISTRATIONTO
The United Methodist Women are
FLORIDA. below. shall be described The ALL PERSONS HAV-
again sponsoring a Strawberry Boothat CIVIL ACTION All interested persons claimant shall deliver ING CLAIMS'
Ad good March 1319 the Bradford County Fair. April 1 Cat No. 81105CA. are required to file with sufficient copies of the DEMANDS AGAINST THE

r Fresh Spiced 4. Denise Adams and Gwen Gray are In re: The Marriage of the court WITHIN THREE claim to the clerk to ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
the co-chairmen of the Booth and Ada RONALD J. OUELLETTE MONTHS FROM THE enable the clerk to mall OTHER PERSONS'' IN.

NECK BONES 't S 159 Reddish is the cookbook coordinator.Each Husband, and LINDA L. DATE OF THE FIRST one copy to each personal TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
Luncheon I'J e I h member of the church Is involved OUELLETTE. Wife. PUBLICATION OF THIS representative. YOU ARE HEREBY

., C Whole Pork Loin in making strawberry items for NOTICEOF NOTICE: ((1) All claims All persons interestedIn NOTIFIED that the administration

9 \ Ground this project. Items should be broughtto ACTION against the estate and the estate to whom a of the

;;;:f Lb. for? ChopslP".e { the church and priced by March 29. TO: RONALD J. ((2)) any objection by an ,copy of this Notice of Administration estate of Sophie Fisher,

5 Lb. Limit Beef THINK STRAWBERRY! OUELLETTE 174 Seacliff interested person to has been deceased File Number

...... Freezer wrapped Drive, Leamington Ontario whom notice was mailed mailed or. required 8M2-CP(1-3268)( ), Is pending
Canada that challenges' the WITHIN THREE MONTHS in the Circuit Court
........ .
$155 Lb. Did You Know. YOU ARE NOTIFIED validity of the will the FROM THE DATE OF THE for BRADFORD County,

$149 Lb. Mr. and Mrs. William Thornburghof that a Petition for qualifications of the personal FIRST PUBLICATION OF Florida, Probate Division
32 Oz. Mild Pink Whole Dissolution of marriage representative. THIS NOTICE to file any the address of
Starke will enjoy the of
Fresh Fryers company has been filed againstyou venue or jurisdiction of objections they may which I I. Bradford County
her mother Mrs. Eleanor Daniels
the court. have that challenges the
Detergent59c and there Is a Courthouse. N. Temple
who will be arriving Tuesday from in the Petition that ALL CLAIMS AND OB- validity of the decadent's Avonue, Starko. Florida

59C Manistique, Michigan, in. time to the Court award that certain JECTIONS NOT SO FILED will the qualifications of 32091. The personal
Maxwell House 6 Oz. Old II... lb. celebrate her 68th with her
birthday: property owned by WILL BE FOREVER BAR the personal representative representative of the

daughter, four grandchildreil and five you and your wife LINDA REDDate or the venue or estate Is FLORENCE M.

Coffee.......$8a.BEER R.C. cola great-grandchildren. ; L. OUELLETTE, asA of the first jurisdiction of the Court. PANKOW whose. address

I the entirety, publication of this Noticeof ALL CLAIMS. ',I is '2550 .Anjelina
",12 02 Cane & Flavors ?
42 oz. Bake Rite '- Mrs' Va&co"! Hazen and' Mtes Deb; \;:: .!LuUsxMted at 1 Keystone Administration: March !DEMANDS. AND"OBJECTIONS .Circle W.? Colorado Springs

29 CO\.O $189 Pepsi & cokes Ferlong of Gainesville were visiting Heights, Clay County, 12. 1981. NOT SO FILED Colorado.. The

Shortening Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen on Sunday. Florida, and more particular Maydelle T. WILL BE FOREVER BAR- name and address of the

Bounty ONLV$1 I9 / described as: Bobenhausn Personal REDDate personal I
OIIeUIY Representative, Route 1. of the first
160Z.8PK. There is a Magic Time Circus com representative's attorney
Corn Muffin Towels plus tax & dep. ing to Starke on March 24. For more Lot 2, Block 1 and Box 232, Lawtey Florida publication of this Noticeof are set forth

Ct. Roll information see a Kiwanis or Key Lot 11, Block 3, SANDY 32058.B. Administration: March below:

Mix 4/9SC See us for Club Member or call the Chamber of SHORES HI./ being Kemp Haskell Esquire 12. 1981. All persons having

.8gc Commerce.Dr. recorded In Official 6909 Blanding /s/G. Kathleen claim. or demands
Farmbest your Freezer Record Book 256, Page Blvd., Jocksonvile, Carter As Personal against the estate are

sI 9D and Mrs. H.H. Adams, Mr. and 347, lying and situate In Florida 32210 ((904)) Representative of the required WITHIN THREE
Milk Beef 778-4838 Attorney for Estate of Martha M.Spencer .
cat. Mrs. S.G. Denmark and Mr. and Mrs. Section 10, Township 8. MONTHS FROM THE
Rang. 23 of the public Personal Representative. Jackson, DATE OF THE FIRST
reserved Drew Reddish, along with Mr. and
Quantity rights records of Deceased. PUBLICATION OF THIS
Clay County
FeedSeedFertilizerHardwareWaters Mrs. J.M. Vickers of Brunswick, Ga., Florida. 3/12 2tchg 3/19. ATTORNEY FOR PER. NOTICE, to file with the
the weekend at Amelia Island
spent SONAL REPRESENTATIVE clerk of the above courta

Plantation. to your wife, LINDA'L. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT : George H. written statement of

Grocery OUELLETTE, as a lump FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Pierce. P.O. Drawer any claim or demand
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell were sum as alimony and you FLORIDA PROBATE 1030, Starke, Florida they may have. Each
in Atlanta Ga. from Iii Mon- 33091. Telephone ((904))
Friday ore required to serve a DIVISION File NO. claim mutt be In writing
..Lawtey Fla. 782-3737 ..,...j day attending the wedding;, of her copy of your written 81-21-CP.O-3276)( ). 964-5701. and must' Indicate the

nephew. defenses if any, to the In re: ESTATE OF MAR 3/122tchg 3/19. basis for the claim, the

___. ..___uu.uuuuuuuuu__ ___ _uuuu.u''U'uOuuUuuuu___. .. ,.. uu....___._ name and address of the

creditor or his agent or

attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the

Ralph Bryan Real Estate claim Is not yet due, the
date when it will become

310 W. Call St. m due shall be stated. If
the claim Is contingent or
(Cor. US 301 & Call St.) U3 unliquidated the natureof

the uncertainty shall
9643788.ANYTIME ,
be stated. If the claim Is

.secured the
p.m. shall be described. The

Evenings and Sundays by appointment .' claimant shall deliver

Ralph P. Bryan, REALTOR sufficient copies of the
claim to the clerk to

enable the clerk to mail,
.3 ACRES |lust out of city limits. Zoned for homes or one copy to each personal
mobile homes. $7,000. persons representative.All InterestedIn .

MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost 1 aero In ERA the estate to whom a

towt-3 BR 2 full baths- Block homo. I*. Fam. Rm.. Cent copy of this Notice of Administration .

Almost now stove Ref. ft dishwasher FAULKNER"H.atalr has been

$45.000. Owner financed mailed ore required


MODERN BRICK HOMI. Just Inside City on I aero .3 BR. e : FROM THE DATE OF THE

2 Bath Fam. Rm. Fir. Place Cent. Hoot/air doted Roberts FIRST PUBLICATION OF

garage- I pecan tree* .Can pay equity and assume 1%% ,,/"i 9G4-SaS5> III j Onfu THIS NOTICE they to file anyobjections

Mtg. of approx. $29,500. Total cost$49.900. "" may

___________ 1 .. Real Estate h have that challenges the
If You can tnmt a of
validity the decedent'swill
1 II"RIALTOR the qualifications of
Mobile Home. Cent Heat/air ft wood burning heater.
from Wishbone IIIALTOfI the
221 St.
Lafayette Across .. personal
986 N. q9 representative
Dishwasher dove Ref. Good cond. $27.700. Can 964-7828
; Apartment for Rent or the venue orjurisdiction
assume existing mtg. appx. $12,000. ottlc.Sllac.'orR.nt 964-5231 of the Court.

Neat 2 BR Frame, Cor. Lot creened-ln front porch PECAN TREES SHADE these lovely /lots. Terms offered. ASSOCIATES! DEMANDS. AND OBJEC
closed In backporch.$22,580. TIONS
Weekend and Evening*Call Into thl* /lovely. 3 bedroom.
RENTAL INCOME approximately$245 per month. 24000. Richard Robert*. '".5595 Ann Godwin 944-5159 2 both RORIIMD WILL BE FOREVER BAR
GRAHAM RD. 2 BR-Frame on 2 acre with modified A Frame [H
pecan poor
2 house, 3 lot. Pot.,Sllcox 944-4579 Norman REDDote '
fig" 1 citrus trees room for another homo or mobile Hedding.964.5964 home with a pool. lots of the first.
John R. Smith
homo and rent house Reduced to $23.000. 944-4217 more outstanding feature ',d ", publication' this Noticeof
TWO STORY HOME with 20 acre.. Some In Improvedpasture HOMES _STARKI3BR. w.'dov./ to how Phone 964-770O Administration
you. : March
and some In timber. Barn and workshop Include IB. frm .. 90x100 lot-Colllns PI.
.J'/t acre $5,000.8 Acres $9,000 Term .ore 9 393 N. Temple Avenue 12. 1981.
.d. .From.. homo an 2 lotc'tvlth{ warehouse-Walnut St.2BR. SO YOU HAVE $ .ooo, /s/Florenca M.

.3 Acre ft Up$3.000 A. lawtey City Water :and sidewalks IB, Block. 'Fenced 423 Plnowood Dr. Thl 3 bedroom 2 bath House For Rent on Pankow, .As PersonalRepresentative

12% down 10 yr*. "'/.% Int. PARKWOOD SUBDIVISION-Two home. loth In the law.3BR, 1'A'. Block nice 1320 Searing St. home has an esiumable Walnut St. Call of the

30s.MINT. .3BR, 2B, 3100 *a,. H.LA. eprx. 1V.A., w/mt. a,t...IOOW. mortgage for qualified Estate of Sophie Fisher

SR230E 5% acre fine trend of harvestabto timber .Frame) homo. ....location. 2IR,3B-Park Place' .buyer with enly $3,000 Lynn. Deceased..
CONDITION many extras, brick veneer Hwy 100W. 3 Bedroom 1 Both In city
down and low .
surveyed for 9 lot subdivision 22500. 5'/4. acre. OUT-OF-TOWNItOME3 monthly FOR PER

3BR. IB. frm. 21 acre*. 3-car garage-M.l. Starling Rd. payment SONAL REPRESENTATIVE -

Appro. 20 acre US 301 goo to Railroad Wooded JUST OFF IESSENT ROAD-Beautiful Brick veneer 4 I.. .4BR, IS. from, largo lot, lake Butler. 7/10. of *acre, an,State no Rd.Improvement I Pierce : George H.
$3.000 per A. term 3BR. 2.. Stucco. Fireplace 301 South
2B homo on one acre Nice workshop Included. 14. 1030
.largo lot. 2 mobile homo*-Sampson Lake Hal. Two city lot*on Old lawtey Starke, Florida
.20 wooded 22.000 and Read $5.000 each. Went to Baby Sit, 32091. Telephone ((904))
Acre pine $24,000 with ...vtlful.4 BR.2B brick spa 10A W. of lawtey. .
LOW DOWN PAYMENT-OWNER FINANCING SIR 21, ; Nursery for sale, call for 964-3701.
term. .Frame BR, IB. la.outbldg..apx. A.-Stom Rd.
Close to school and shopping. detail 3/12
.3 I.. II. tram. 100x78 lo, w/garage. Hampton.Pool. H your family. I came flnt 2tchg 3/19
.I Aero mobile Homo Lot $4,000. SUMMER RENTALS ON KINGSIIY LAKE I PP, SIR 38. rick-Country Club are.. You will love this 3 I.72.acre on Old lawteyRoad.

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW I .largo, appro*. SA.,3BR. 2B S.R. 1001. bedroom 1 f bath ham e 10 St. Road Want Action
ACREAGE nel.hborh0e4..U.OOO.of lawtoy > several. 1 Im
NEEDS. Property Management Service* lake Shore anal From Your
7 acre. 2 Crosby prerem.nts fruit
Appraisal e .h. lot_ Sampson lake.Approximately Terry A. Oalnes-7I2-398B TOO*.
AFTER HOURS Susan M.Foulkner-REAITOR-U4-5045 B aero* In L.why Area. Kay C. Waters 9444941Eileen Ads?

Lillian C. PearsonBrokerSalesman Novlt WardBrokerSalesman Ir.n.l. Faulkner, REAITOR-ASSOCIATS-944-S142 ., ease -Off SR233. 473-3044 Ivenlngst Please, call

ft Lucille Spry-BROKIR SALSSMAN9448420Sandra .'A, acre Mobile Homo lot_ Woodland Acre. Patsy .wson-$ .4.45 27Corner, Broker Call
W. Reddish, ,AIISMAN-43M203. Club ...... ORI. Phono 944S474.ynn
Office Manager '".7454 Beautiful re-Cowntry of U.S. 301 South :
James R. Reddish SALESMAN-431-1203 dub. Davis 1.1.._ 964.6305
944-5318 .NIe. lot Country and Edward" Road "

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- ,- March 12. J981 TELEGRAPH Page eAnC

Mike Barber Champion- Champion-.. Speller.. at Starke Ele. I

Mike Barber correctly spelled and Mrs. Winston Barber of'Starke. class competition, were Mary Alice Russell A. Norman. Mrs. Dina
., "astronaut/1 then "aloft" to win the and Polk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Howie,Marcia Day, Deborah Cowart, Petrella, English teacher at Bradford
. I[ Starke Elementary spelling bee Polk who live off Morgan Road, will Robert Thorpe, Sabrina Ford, Esther Middle School, pronounced the words.
" Thursday March 5. represent Starke Elementary in the Martin, Polk, and Barber. Principal Charles Francis introduced -
. 1 Runner-up Randall Polk misspelled county-wide lI1ng bee March 31. Judges were three retired teachers the participants Judges, pro-
I "astronaut' but still garnered the se- The eight fifth graders in the SE who taught at SE- Mrs. Louin Redding nouncer, and welcomed the parents
cond spot. Both Barber, son of Mr. bee, each a winner or runner-up to Mrs. S.L. Peek, and Mrs. who attended.

1I m

v. Starke Elementary School News i

. -

I Please Note: Pictures and names of We are glad to have Melissa Backusin Mrs. Strong's 5th Grade their kites. We all had fun cutting,
all A students and all A-B Honor Roll our classroom. Melissa transferred The class is
reading their
I pasting and decorating the kites but
I students will appear later In The from Southside Elementary.Ms. sight vocabulary ,
by learning words.n of
Telegraph.Mrs.. .Patterson's 4th Grade course the most fun came when
.Brewer'i 2nd Grade Super Star Speller's for the fourth as automatic, avocado, beast, they were flying high!
blizzard, alibi, adaptation, nickname, Our perceptual-motor activities
The following Super Spellers madean six weeks are: Ryan Moore, Selena
scientific, behavior and algae. greatly enhanced throughthe
"A" on every Spelling Test duringthe Norman Harold Chandler, Kim
Renee Jewett and Lisa Mosley completed audio-visual materials from the
fourth six-weeks: Jamie Clemons, Dukes and Allen Porter. These
all vocabulary words the 4th Teacher's Education Center. The
Sheffield Jeanette students
Reggie Daniels made 100 on their spelling
Six Weeks. rewarded with worksheets, filmstrips, records and
They were
Jody Endicott, David Robinson, tests every week for six'weeks. Most
27 stars and necklace.Mrs. overhead-sheets have improved their
Chandra a
McCloud and Traci Bell. students
improved are Shawn Diggs
Mrs. Brewer and fellow classmatesare and Billy Starling. Randolph's TMIl Class visual and listening skills necessary
MI very proud of these hard workers IMrs. I We had a delightful time preparing for reading. Thanks again.

t .Wlnkler's 2nd Grade Mrs Kitties 4th Grade breakfast, Feb. 2(). It was a very John Davis
+ The Science Class concluded nutritious breakfast and the in- Clyde has returned to
We are enjoying watching the big their menu school
our and
WHp Y fat tadpole that Kim Wall brought. unit on plants with a field trip to the cluded milk, orange juice,toast,eggs, behavior this first has week.shown very good
He's about 3'/4 inches long and Vocational Technical School to grits and homemade sausages. Mrs.
already has 2 legs. observe the different kinds of plants. Linda Hewett, and Mrs. Randolph Don Davis has

--. -..---..-. -- -.....- __.. ...v.--._.. Andy Smith brought some carrot Each class was given a brief synopsis assisted the children in preparing the science unit on plant really growth.inspired He has our
.tops he had sprouted. They are so about the different plants in the foods, which they enjoyed very much.A contributed beans
fruit and
11 Spelling Bee Finalists at SES pretty and green and about 3 inches greenhouse and how each plant obtained lot of knowledge was gained from flower seeds for our, observation
tall its Afterward Mrs. this experience. The breakfast servedas
name. ,
Starke Elementary School's top spellers Include: top row, left to right, Mary now.Miss Moxley'i 3rd Grade Westcott gave a brief lecture on the a culminating activity for their We are planning a small scale gardenin
Alice H wle, Marcia jars; hopefully we will be able to
Day Esther Martin, and Sabrina Ford; and bottom row Super Star Spellers for the month of care of plants. Each student was unit of study on nutrition.
Deborah? Cowart, first place winner Mike Barber, runnerup Randall Polk, and February (making 100 on trial test for given two plants with instructions on The class would like to thank Mr. vegetables watch their before growth the and end enjoy of the
Robert this
Thorpe. four i weeks) are: Shane Greene, how to take care of them. The field Teal of Teal and Tile for donating a school .
Travis Long, Shaun Nichols, Ron trip was enjoyed by all students. lovely piece of carpet for their quiet year.A

Wishart, John Loper, Adrian Kuhn, Mrs. Kittles would like to commendthe corner. special thank-you to all the
Demetrius Bolton, Donnie Francis, following students for making Most improved student is Barona. volunteers who helped our students
I Brooker Newsby Wade Campbell Chanda Woods "A" in science for the fourth con- Mrs. Long's EMU Class during the Special Olympics at BUS

Evette Covington, Gayle Douglas. secutive six weeks: Audra Brantleyand Now that March winds are upon us, track field. Everyone, especially enjoyed
Noy Srivibul. and Brenda Scalf. Selena Norman. the students were ready to construct the Shriner Cars

Mrs.C.E."Sue"Davis Thursday for l'/4 to 2 hours.
phone 483-1344 The student will be tested in the

area of reading, mathematics,
Bradford County Adult ProgramA language, reference skills, social
10 week course in macrame is studies and science. In addition,
scheduled to begin Tuesday, March children from the third grade up will
17, at the Brooker school cafeteria take an aptitude test.
under the direction of instructor Much valuable information will
Juanita Adams. Registration fee will result from this program and will
be $8. If you are over 55 years of age enable the staff at Brooker School to FOOD FAIRSAVINGS
the fee is $4. Supplies needed for the meet the needs of each student.

course consist of macrame board, New River Baptist Church
T-pins, scissors, yard stick, masking The itinerary for the New River
tape and clear drying glue. These Baptist Church for youth week begins
may be purchased at a craft shop. March 14 through March 20, as
Check with Adams for best buys.A follows:
student may purchase the needed Saturday, March 14, Youth rally at
supplies for the first project from the Kingsley Lake at 7:30: p.m.
instructor the night of the first class. Sunday March 15, youth breakfastin
After that it will be mandatory to fur- the fellowship hall at 8:30: a.m. All
nish your own materials.If departments of the Church will be led
there are 10 students interested in by the youth for the day. AREIN

a Wednesday morning class perhaps Monday, March 16, Youth Bible
this could be arranged also, study at the pastor's home at 7 p.m.

Celebrations Tuesday- eeWednesday
March 18, The youth _
Young Stewart Whitehead and
Mark Dukes, in keeping with a tradition will take charge of Prayer Meeting.
Thursday, March 19, A bowling trip i
'. of celebration each year since is planned. _
,'eir arrival into the world '
..nultaneously, were served a tradi- Friday, March 20, A
Jacksonville to hear the Gaither Trio
tional feast the home of
: birthday at
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizells last sing. s- c, .
Brooker Church of GodThe.RevForgarty ,_
weekend Those for the _
/ present bccaOiorr'Were"Stewarts -
,. ..
mother-'Mrs: announces .. G ...
'11 4e.
Sunday School begins at 10 a.m.''and
Karen Mizelle Whitehead of Brooker
y' "
worship service at 11 am. Worship
Dukes Mark's and parents Mr., Mr and and Mrs.Mrs.Garnett Terry service in the p.m. is at 6 each Sun Not in stamps or gimmicks. 4 r >>
day. The public is invited to attendone
Dukes and Mrs. Georgia Mizelle, all
or both services.
of Mrs.Worthington Jack sprlngsi Lake and Mr.Butler.and The Rev. Ralph Phillips of Winsorwas Food Fair permit me to save hard cash. I don't have to

Mrs. Sowells did not let the the guest speaker at the Churchof look for gimmicks. My savingsare rj
Henry another store or
God in the absence of Rev. Forgarty shop at
fact she had been bedridden for
.. several years spoil her day as she was last Sunday.Girl Scouts In my pocketbook so I can spend as I please. ,ry

joined by her children and grand- of
The Junior Girl Scouts Brooker
children in the fun and fellowship at
enjoyed a day at Disney World last
her celebration in her MARKET STYLE
birthday Saturday..The trip was paid for by the LYKESSMOKED
home for this
recently. Those present girls selling over 700 boxes of girl SLICEDPICNICS
auspicious occasion were, Mrs. Vasco
scout cookies. The girls who par-
Hazen of Gainesville, Doris Kelly,
ticipated were: Sondra Green,
J.T. Sowells and family and Rev. and
Sabrina Starling, Angle Starling, BACON
Mrs: Lonnie Parker all of Brooker.
Angie McClellun, Christie ,
Mrs. Doris Kelly celebrated her birthday Nipper
Kathy Jones Teresa Crews, Wendy
with a luncheon in her home Tetstone, Audrey Pierce, Sue Ann BUYS
recently. Those present for the occa- Andrews BUYS 88
Page, Jeanna Cherel Grif- 68
sion were the Bobby Dyle Family, fis and Sara Crews. A special thanksto WHOLE OVER lB
Charles Kelly, Winston Kelly and son the Pierces and Mr. and Mrs. D. 6 TO 8 LB al s 2 LBS
and the Jerome Kelly family all of SAVE 40' PER LB
Green for driving and helping to SAVE JO' PER LB S
Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Leonas chaperone the girls. The scouts have
Kelly and family of Ormond Beach.
selected tours to help them earn a

Brooker Elementary School Disney World patch.On .
The Special Edcucation Class was Sunday the Girl Scouts attended CRISP
accompanied by their instructor Cor- church services at the Brooker Bap- SWEET s JUICY
inne Weidenthal to Starke, last tist Church. This is in recognition of a FRESHSTRAWBERRIES
Wednesday for the Special Olympics. the beginning of Girl Scout Week. The FLORIDA ,

Congratulations to Wayne Polk for girls were welcomed by Rev. Moon,
coming in 1st place in the SO yard given an encouraging( word,and led in : : CELERY
dash. a prayer for-their continual successas

Students be prepared, don't counton leaders of tomorrow.
your luck, Friday, March 13. This This week the girls will be passingout coons aura 284C
is the date set for the annual Brooker "It's Fun/ To Be Green" stickersto 1 68 '

School Spelling Bee for 5th and 6th encourage new members to join PINT STALK

grade! students.!! scouting. SAY! ZO' BUYS SAVE 11
The fOllowing students participated Brownies Enjoy Outing
in the soccer tournament held at The Brownies enjoyed a sight seeing
Lawtey School last week: Sabrine trip last week with their leader,
Starling; Sondra Green Diane Tet- Cathy Hobbs. Those participating in

&;)ne, Jeannie Andrews, Denise this were, Sarah Douglas, Stephanie
Tetstone, Sara Crews, Connie Foster, Gainey Tracy Raulerson, Lisa a a LOROX I
Tammy Thomason,Pam Willingham, Drawdy, Karen Stokes, Tammy PANTRY PRIDE
Sherri Harrell, Suzanne Dyal Tish Wilkerson, Melissa Hislop, Audrey
Goss, Debbie Parrish, Donna Stone and Megan Navalany. SUGAR LEACH
McDavid. Teresi Crews, Greg Chaperones for the outing were
Pardee, Paul McDavid, John Foster, Johnny Hobbs Joan and Gene vennr
Randy Polk Loranzo Prescott, Kevin Raulerson, Laura, Michael and An- rennr PlHCae. i'Pj||<
Starling Mike Stilwell, Brian Perez, nette Bass Phil, Sue and Michel 5 LBBAG $199

Mike Navalany, Mike Smith, Duane Gainey, Ethel Douglas, Katie Stokes, 99 a iff {IKX'(
and Ronda Gauthier. A fun time e.
Mott, Jerrold Mace, Thomas Moon, was '
David Hamilton. Trampus Drawdy had by all.
and Joel Brener. The Brownies returned to the Hobbs
apartment in Gainesville for a
.Soccer Tournament slumber party. The girls arose to'at
Brooker school team will be' tend PIIICI EFFECTIVE THUDS MAN 12 THRU WED .
soccer the First Baptist Church in .HAN. l.. 981. ore room LOW PRICES WERISEIIVE
battling Lake Butler and Lawtey for Gainesville for recognition of Girl THE HIOHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NOME SOLD TO
the Championship Tournament Title Scout Sunday. After a hamburger DEALERS.TYPOGRAPHICAL NOT USSPONSIBLE. .CMRORS.You .P0R

this Saturday; March 14, starting at 9 cookout, they visited the State
a.m. until 1 p.m. All patrons of the Museum on the University of Florida '
area are Invited to watch the students campus. A walk to Baskins and Rob- .

in action and give them your support.It bins for an Ice cream treat finishedthe
will be school is out for the activities of the day as (the girls
Brooker students on Friday, March returned to their respective homes.
20, as this Is a teachers planning day. The girl scouts will be wearing their
Also a group of teachers will be atten- uniforms and pins through the week A
ding a service yraining course in and will join the scouts in Starke CanCount
Palatka that day. Saturday, to participate a BV
Brooker "Bulldogs" T-Shlrts and Neighborhood event to end the weekof I
hats'are on sale at the school. All Girl Scouting. On,
sizes 000 '
are available Support your
school. 0 Food FirJoin
Friday, March 13 will be a day for 0
the Kindergarten through third gradeto
remember as they learn about DAV Meeting To BeHeld

Chinese. games during their day cfactivlties. Tonight Mar. 12 t

Comprehensive Tnt and All all members Disabled Veterans and their are families Invited, =
At Brooker SchoolIn = =
to attend the
the next 2 to 3 weeks, a com monthly meeting of the
prehensive test on basic skills(CTBS) DAV Chapter #61 of Starke, March 12

will be given to the students at the tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Pratt Revolution and Save !
Street Counter
school. Testing will take place each Recreation Center on W. Pratt The
St.. next to the
County Jail.
morning on Tuesday, Wednesday and


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High's baseball Tor- son, who was 2-for-2 with an RBI, two % T o\ .
nadoes won two of three games to bases on balls, and scored three : : :

take third in the Palatka Invitational times; and Goodge, who( went 2fcr4with Di F
Tournament last week and then five RBI's and a triple. Clark, a '
bested North Marion 6-1 Tuesday to Johnson, Allen, and Clayton Normanall a101p a 1iA 4 .

push their record to 4-2 on the year. added hits with Clark also( walking : ,
At Palatka the Tornadoes cruisedby twice and scoring three times, I :

Ocala Forest 7-3 Wednesday, were Johnson knocking in a run and scor-
turned back by tourney champ Bishop ing once, and Allen getting one ribbie.
Kenny 7.2 Thursday, and then pounded Williams and Richie Fender were ti
Ocala Vanguard 13-0 in Saturday'sthird hitless but Mark scored once and forced 1 ,i
place game. In the finals In a run with a bases-loaded walk 9 f
unbeaten Kenny (9-0)( tripped and Richie walked twice and scored(

previously unbeaten Palatka ((5-1)) 7-6 twice.
in extra innings. Iq

BHS now comes back home for a Kenny 7 Tornadoes 2

7:30 game with Santa Fe's Raiders The undefeated Crusaders were Impressive -' r 4 -
tonight, Thursday, March 12. Coach
but not much that Hartleydidn't
Mike Hartley has tabbed Bill Goodge so BUS Baseball Tornadoes 198081.
figure his team could have won.
(1-2) as his starter against the "We didn't strike out much against This year's BUS baseball team, off to a 4-2 start coming into a Thursday night r., Robert Carver, Andy Chaff Clayton Norman, Scott Hudson Mike Hall, Ran
Raiders, who have beaten North Bishop( Kenny but we didn't hit the home game with Santa Fe, Includes: dy Parado Ricky Sullivan, and Eddie hall Back row, I. to r., manager Billy
Marion 8-1 and no-hit Union County ball hard consistently and they don't Front row. left to right: seniors Kenny Clark Mark Williams Bill Goodge, Aaron, trainer Bobby Epps, manager Ronald Davis, Mike Waters. Jimmy
10-0 Monday. Either Kenny Clark make mistakes," Hartley said. "A David Sparks and Chuck Johnson, and Coach Mike Hartley. Second row. I, to Diggs, Brian Thomas, Scott Allen, Richie Fender and Paul Thomas.
(1-0) who two-hit Vanguard,or David
couple of times when we did hit the
Sparks ((0-0)) will get the starting call
ball hard we hit it right at people. I
on the road at St. Augustine Friday,
March 13, and Scott Allen ((2-0)), who thought the turning point of the game
was when Kenny (Clark) hit that shot
has allowed just six hits and two earn-
the middle and turned it into
ed runs (0.77 ERA) while striking out up two." JOIN
26 in 18 innings should get the nod
The twin-killing, which came on a
still-unbeaten Gainesville
against Buchholz on the road Monday, March sharp one-hopper to the shortstop( }-
( /\.I)
16. took BHS out of the third inning with

the real test of last Kenny up 50. Clayton Norman had
Kenny was singled down the right field line, Hud i
week. It was a team labeled"a championship / .
son had reached on an error, and Jr OUNTER
ballclub, by Hartley.He .
type 1 \'
figured afterwards that Bradfordhad Johnson loaded( up the bases when !

at least proved it belonged in the Kenny pitcher Chuck Gillis droppedhis ,
Florida chopper in front of the mound. RAliF* .
ballpark with the North
same Clark first foul down '
ripped a into the \

Conference"I 1 saw have a power lot had of places to play where super wewouldn't to left pitch field past corner Gillis. The before Kenny lining shortstop a 3-1 4 ? Total It Up! Check It Out!

gloved the ball, stepped (on second for
beat them, Hartley reflected) Mon-
the forceout and threw
to first to dou-
day. "If we'd have just made the ordinary
ble up Clark on a bang-bang play.

plays we'd have been right in
if that ball it's .
"Hey, through
it. I don't think they're going to im- goes CLOROX
two runs with one out and Bill's com FLORIDA
lot and we've got a we
prove a ways ing up (Bill Goodge)... we're back in
That's the type of team you'regoing BLEACH
can go. "
ballgame, Hartley mused after
to have to beat later on, whenyou're
his in the third base
talking about tournaments andI taking spot
box. "And how else
feel like at the end of the year we'll coaching are you
be capable." going to turn two on Kenny (a 6.7 60 4
yard dash man) except on a shot like e
Tornadoes 6 North Marion 1 BHS got two back in the fourth

Hartley said this wasn't anything[ when Mark,Williams,who had singledfor
close to a top-notch( performance( but the first hit off Gilles smoked a

you couldn't have told it by the line-drive homer just over the hill in ..... ";
statistics as Allen completely( shut left with Goodge on base. MAXWELL HOUSEINSTANT ""SWEET&'OICT'- FRESH ;
down the Colts and BHS slammed two Kenny added another run off Ye FLORIDA GREENCUKES vI ; GREEN

home runs and two other extra base Goodge in the fifth though and Gillis COFFEE r*
and reliever Tim Cox allowed only an .. CABBAGE
hits.Allen allowed (only a fourth inning infield single by Goodge over the last l

infield single as North Marion never three frames. $369 168 c J8' .. S; IfS
got a ball out of the infield against the The Crusaders managed nine hits 6/$1 l: mVNBi
junior righthander. Allen fanned off Goodge and as Hartley said "we JAR i*.. m.Jr'-'
walked four, and lowered his made '.-m
eight, some errors in the outfield, bob- SAVE 50'
earned run average since the one Colt bling the ball to let 'em take the extra SAVE 20' SAVE t8'

run was unearned.In base and you just can't do that _
addition Allen joined Scott Hudson better "
against the teams. PENNY 1\,01.1 PENNY
sixth inning two-run shot to dead PRICE
Tornadoes 7 Forest 3 .
center. Hudson had parked his first r.J: MARSHMALLOWS ::: 0.750.CAN. CAMPBELLS GENUINE U S. NO, I IDAHO-
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striking out 12, Kenny Clark .
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Chuck Johnson and Allen were l-for-3 uses loaded back-to-back error in brought the second.A the. Pancake Syrup 8 5* Finish_89* 10 Spaghetti_5 9* [!!3 Turnip Roots 3LBsslU G

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share the top spot on the BHS batting SAVE U' BTL.
average charts after Tuesday night's SAVE IO SAVE 10' SAVE 16a .

R3 dd North Marion game, both hitting a __ .. __
solid .500 six: games into the season.
Goodge is 9-of-ia with a team-

leading 11 runs batted in, eight runs

scored, and three extra base hits. w > ".. II It: .A......
Williams is 7-of-U with five ribbies. RAk 1"\5' '.0'F. ..' ,','.II': 7Y7- :L "A lmot' !
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1-hiltrr and a 3-hltter last week to BHS in all three departments.Chuck GOOD THRU WID.PUIR IS ltd. H QOOO THIIC.I waD.,WAR. !.. !..!. H 0 GOOD TMSMI WITH BID THill,COUIOON""'Am. 15. ISIII. W B 8

raise his record to 20. Johnson is the fifth man 1se..a........", 1daslta>... tistssslwrl lissaoo..', .IoseRSlr. ',
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In 18 Innings hlle striking out :26! bailers. ( with six: runs scored and six STARKC.320 BOOTH WALNUT STREET



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Girls Edged by Palatka 8172Bradford


High Track Teams Get Started at Relays, Home


Track & field opened for Bradford Bradford didn't win any of the boys l> Flint (ILO 8,00552)) JEFF BELCHER (BHS) STEVE MARKS (IIIHS) 5-6, .) DON POIITIS
High School last week as the Tornado events but got seconds from Jeff 5:00583): ) LARRY LONG (BUS) &:08. 440 a.l.y,1)P (BBS) 54.
43 28. 1 U Brown ((P) 53.64. Unlvvrtlty Itolayi
boys and girls teams went to Belcher, Jonathon Johnson Kenny Bradford PSI....
I t td' ''Gainesville for the University City Wright Steve Marks and Kenny UO Hurdles) Finkston (P)43.31 no-1)) StaplesP -Olrl...
Relays and then hosted Palatka and Bright. Marks was second in both the ( ) 2:10.72.: Mil M.dl.r ...,. 1)) Live Oak 3:45: 00.JJO. Mil Medloy RJ.IOV 3rd Sheila Svurcy 28 2, Pam
1)) Jennings (LO) 33 M 2)) JONATHON lluwkins 5.Luuolle Smith 3D 3l\1irhelieStliweli
Live Oak in a trl-meet Tuesday.The high jump and long jump while JOHNSON (BUS) 2362. 1-MII 1)) Flint ((2.0) 2:554) .
Relays field was loaded and Belcher was nosed out by three one- 11:33: 59. Mil.H.IOK-1)) Palulku 9:40.42.: / .M.dl.y R.loy. 4th I LollL'Ue Smith 2365.:
BHS could place but in four events hundreths of a second in the mile run. Shot ,u.. Bobbins (P1) 44>Bl< 3) BRAD Pam Hawkins 61 5, MlchclloSlillwi'll 4:4114.: Tif-
BHS HILDRETH (BHS) Stf-B'V' Dllc.. II> Rabbins (P) (any Gniria9jl2l:: ( 14:376.:
topped by the third place runs at the Palatka Invitational .. ...
medley 128.92)) KENNY WRIGHT I BUS) 100.1131 BRAD .Boy.4Mil
( Snn Dr the Lady Tornado mile ( Friday and hosts a meet with HILDRETH (BHS) 01311. Long Jung 1)) WilsonP '.''a,. 8th (Kenny DvWItl( :26.: Larry
p r 4 quartet of Sheila Searcy Pam Eastside and possibly Santa Fe Tues- ( 1O-9 2)) STEVE MARKS BHS) 19-3't T.I". Saucer !t:34.: Jeff( Belcher .1:17. Von Portia 9:24): )
y Hawkins Louette Smith and day afternoon at the Bradford oval. Jump 1)) Williams(P)425.p..l.Voul ll Wilson (PI 21:44.:
i, 13'() 2) KENNY BRIGHT (BUS) 8-6 3) W. HILL Bio nth (Ron Davis, Herbert lluukms.'
Michelle Stillwell. Trl-MMtWBHI (BHS) 84. High 1Ym1. I) Colbrook (ILO) 8-fl 2) Steve Mars, Jonathan' Johnson I: 1:356.
In home meet the BHS.
Tuesday's Olrh Tan ScorM
.. ..
girls were edged out by Palatka 8171in 27.Palatka 81, BRADFORD 72,LiveOuk-Suwannee ----- '-- -r -" -

a team battle not decided until the Awe Win,, Silt Hx. .r.
final event the mile relay was con- tie Hurd(... 1)) Atkins (IP) 15.5. IM. 1)) Barker rMai -
i'i'i cluded in darkness. On the boys side (LO 1208 2) SHEILA SEARCYBHS( ) 1222 3)
1I I state power Palatka was an easy win- YVONNE SANDERS (BHS) 1234.. Mil.. II TIFFANY
GRIFFIS (BHS) 1:06.1.: 4th) RENEE
ner with 111 points to Live Oak's 56 SHIPMAN BHS)6:57.:
and Bradford s 35. 440 R.I.p! I) Live Oak S2.6 2) BRADFORD 53.96
Event winners for the BHS girls in- (Sanders Stillwell Searcy, Hawkins). 440- I)
LOUETTE SMITH (BHS) 61 S3. 130 Hurdle' )
cluded the mile unit of Sear-
medley Atkins (P) 50.34 2)) DAWN CERNYER (BBS)
cy Hawkins Yvonne Sanders, and 54 till. IBO. 1) Boone (P) J:44.9... 3) TIFFANY
r Smith which chopped 11 seconds off GRIFFIS (BBS) 2:53.1. l
its University City time to win In Mil. M.dl.v .I.Y'! 1)) BRADFORD (Sanders
Searcy, Slillwell, Smith) 4:311.04.: 210I) PAM 1 li /
1I 4:38.04. Also Bradford's Tiffany Grif- HAWKINS (BHS) 26.72. 2-MII 1) TIFFANY
j fis won the mile and 2-mile; Hawkinswon GRIFFIS (BHS) 13.46.97... 4th) RENEE SHIP-
the 220 in 26.72; Smith breezed to MAN (BHS) 17:03.5.: Mil.May. 1) Palatka 4:26: 66
2)) BRADFORD Hawkins,
Stillwell Cernyer
/ a 440 win; and Dawn Cernyer put the Smith) 4:28: 56
shot 32-4'/i! for another first.. Shot Put. 1) DAWN CERNYER (BHS) 32-4/i...
4h( ) ERMA HAMM BHS ,. )
) 2IHI'I. long Jum |)
"The girls did real well First- Ford (1..011..5 2) LOUETTE SMITH (BHS) 13-11 !
year Coach Buddy Revels said after 3)) DAWN CERNYER (BHS) 13-2" 4)) TIFFANY
. Tuesday's meet. "Where Palatka GRIFFIS (BHS) 13-'*. 0>..,.. II Miller (P) 85-5.. w )
hurt us was in depth. Like in the 330 .
(BHS) 58-8. High' Jum, 1)) Miller (P) 4-4 (won on
low hurdles we had one girl they had misses
-- --- ) 2) TIFFANY GRIFFIS (BBS) 44.
Worn Out but Right in the Race four. If we had the number of people
they have we would have beaten them oyt Tan tcorvi
Bradford's Pam Hawkins (number 10)) caved In with an aching shin splint as with no problem. The girls are runn- Palatka 111. Live Oak-Suwannee 58, BRADFORD

I she finished her second leg-quarter mile in the mile medley relay but she gave ing real well and the good things is 35. lv.nt wlniwra and.ass ,Ioc... tiJ U'Z4ij
Michelle Stillwell (23) the stick in second place behind North Marlon and the the r're young. We have very few l 211 Hi.rdl...lPinkstonP) IS 31. too. 1) O'Neal p 1
Lady Tornadoes held on to place fourth at the University City Relays. seniors and juniors." (IP) 1921... 3) STEVE MARKS (BHS) 1029. MI).. "

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,; BUS seniors Steve Marks (number 12) and Jonathon Johnson (20) demonstrate
good exchange form as Johnson takes the stick for the last leg of the 410 relay at

t f i. P last Friday's University City Relays.
!;: The all-relays meet got the Tornado track season started.

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;- e e e High's girls Softball team Valerie Hamm was the winning pit

;: I split a pair of District 5-AAA games cher.
last week.

The Lady Tornadoes got their first Bobcats 13 Bradford 7

J N.I.. ttittllil win at. home Thursday, March 5, The Lady Tornadoes led 7-3., after
Eastside 17-1 in five inningsbut
CENTER CUT SMOKED crushing fell
BONELESS three innings but then things
I '" were topped 13-7 by Buchholz Fri-
Buchholz plated nine runs in
; CALIFORNIASTEAK wr.RIB' CHUCK wrs day in Gainesville to drop to 1-2 on the apart the fourth as inning and shut BITS out the

:: season. of the for the 13.7 victory
PORK CHOPS Bradford was to host Gainesville
i : BHS errored six times to hurt its own
: Wednesday and goes to Santa Fe

F : _ $198 $1'68 $168 today, Thursday March 12, before cause.Leading Bradford in the hitting
nalnlta uta OVER hosting Keystone Heights Friday department was Vaunda Brown with
:'.' March 13 for a 4:00: game.
:: :. I 3 LBS three hits in four at Lats. Vonda Hall,
SAVE 60 PER LB SAVE 60 PER LB SAVE So' PER LBP who homered Sharie Hankerson who
-- Bradford 17 Rams 1 went 2-for-4 and Doll Waters who

The Lady Tornadoes) had no trouble had one hit in two at bats.
disposing of Eastside by the 15-run

PENNY YOU rule last week, banging out 15 hits and SKI
PRICE: PER LB three innings while committing just .
l Norrli.II
W. V. Homrai.
C..OLl..IIOLI OR m.l HALL,STICK.w..CN"UIO.A LS '"0. WEST VIRGINIA(BHEAKPASTt ....PKO.."'"..FILBERTS OTR. I l.m PKQ.- FVNE" TASTE one error on defense. Vaunda Brown V. frown (INS) 2. SB. P. Culll.(IHS)
LB48 Sausage LIVER ; Margarlne58 Bradford 214 000 0 7" 4
( ) ...O VALLH BBANIkBLICEB OTB.OVEN> 1M that included two doubles. Designatedhitter .
A So>PKd..MEAT OR BEEF OSCAR: "MAYER Buchholl 210 110 13 IS 4
UBOA CHOICErnetHVALLCVworn I48iirronitviM. ::: Boi PKO. PANTRY PRIDECream Phyllis Cuffee was 2-for-3 witha .
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TiwinaoROHouNOOVEN _LB 20 Q L Hamm.
Bnls. Chuck_LB*!88 .. wnm.MuAOnocooA Cheese75 lOlO'j Bologna (ICED) 98 triple and Doll Waters 3for4. HBotch (BU). V. Hall)) (BHS).

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OVER 5 LIIS r.J: 5th at Weight
Ground Beef LBt38 \ \ CHICKEN;' OP LB58C !!: SourCream78 lJ Lykes _

BIRD SPECIAL TRIM" SMOKED 12ol PKO.-LOAP GOLDBRICK ::: l.o.PKQ. CAROLINA!! PRIDE' ROLL ::: Marion's Colts outscored the March 18, and is io: sendmg three litters
FRESH VALLEY BRAND- FRESH LB118 \ :\ Portions LB118II29 I.I::: Cheese Spread!2* '0'| Sausage 88c ,o rest of the teams combined in easily to the state class AAA weightlifting

Pork Butts_ winning the five-team Colt Invita- championships to be hold at Daytona

. YOU PENNY.!! YOU Meet held in Beach Sea breeze Saturday, March 21
PENNY YOU<< PENNY YOU ""'iflPENNY tional Weightlifting
COMPARE I t DH PIRPRIG=II PAVE COMPARE I ITut .d P PRICE i 11 8AVE COMPARE .t-l..... PRICE" SAVE COMPARE |t'' t.a qjlP PRICE NER SAVE Sparr last Thursday, March 5. The Martin will compete at 132: with Mike.

Tornadoes of BHS were fifth. Jordan trying to cut weight and get into
.0. OOD' : C] r:1 North Marion won with 91 points 148 and Kenny Wright going at 165.
r.J: 0 2/98 99 20'
59 : Rea Lemon
Waffles lJ Muffins_ lJ leaving Brooksville-Hernando ((40)),

l zoo FROZEN PANTRY PRIDE DISPOSABLE-CRICKET r.J 1os LOA'. PANTRY PRIDE STiCII rl f.!ss. BEEF BARLEY r-:1:: Vanguard ((25), Lake Weir (13)), and

Bagels (PLAIM)_2/l Qsj Lighter 2/97 !!: Bread (FRENCH) 2/l iMj J.!!!] Soup Starter 99 14' Bradford (9) well behind. Morion Slondingi)InvlloT
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Lu Gale Mmlt rnlw Pep p110n10n' r.J 141"01 r:1: Z4..LOA. 37* Tornadoes' nine points with a first I I\'I 125: Lukevir, lAYi' I.I. KiMillnril" ( ( ( 11 IIIIS \IIndl.ldua'
NO.MAL $139 so' !!: Shield Soap_ LJ: .....
Bagels_______21 'B Shampoo 0101Lr Bread eOnemAnnrAlrA nneeAln, 6900 place finish in the 132-pound division. (. "*
and SHS
4 o lops FROZEN PANTRY" PRIDE LEAf 2am.HBO., SAB OR UNSCENTED. r:1: DUTCH C] r:1 Martin held off Billy Little of North 114. I.PUIH" < V> IJii th'> Mil. HnrriMin ''Iii IS
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the win. The other two BHS points JllslU'V( 'II' .IH.i .
131. lsl > llolill :.M.irhll i IIIIS.MB LH( .5 III 4I.( ;
came thanks to a fifth place by Bo Terr''V''"4ti.
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I with home match I,.. Kduiinls :NMi: uu
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lull Host NAPA Takes 4thQ'ville !r.. ,

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1 Tire (ecoming Back to Take Brooker InvitationalGainesville

Tire played cardiac ing late in its opening game Saturday Gene Melvin left runners at first and .:'
kids at last week's Brooker Invitational morning, spotting the Orange Park third Tommy Wise stroked a two-out 3
--winning four times in the bot- Businessmen a 6-0 first-inning lead single to score Wheeler with the tieingrun.
tom half of last innings twice in extra before coming back to win 8-7 when .
innings and five times by two runs or Lee Hartley singled home two runs ::
less. But they don't ask "how"they with one out in the bottom of the "We had the chance to win,"
just ask "who won?" and Tire won seventh. The tables were turned the Waters manager Dwight Elder noted.
seven of eight and came out of the next time as Beer Witches of Jackson- "We had 24 hits, that s plenty to win
loser's bracket to snatch the title ville beat Tire 10-9 with two outs in the the ballgame. But we left the bases
away from W.W. Gay in the area's last of the ninth. loaded a couple of times." : )
first men's Softball tourney Of the Tire ran into Beer Witches again .
three local teams entered host NAPAof GT eliminated Waters of Starke Saturday night and broke out to an
Lake Butler was the most sue- 14-13 when a single with no outs in the 11-2 lead and held off the Jacksonvillecrew
cesful, winning two and losing two to bottom of the eighth got tangled up in 12-11. They then eliminated
finish fourth. Water's Bulldozing of the outfield allowing the winning run NAPA 13-5 with John Carter busting a r .r
Starke went 1-2 and Raiford Poor to come all the way around from first. grand slam and got their shot at W.W.
Boys was 02. The teams had gone back and forth Gay by nipping Beer Witches 8-7 on a
It was sparkling defense led by the with Waters leading 4-3 after one, the solo home run by Williams in the bottom .
tourney Most Valuable Player left- count tied 6-6 after two Tire up 7-6 of the eighth.In ,
fielder Bubba Carr, and shortstop after three and 11-8 after four, and the finals 1w' d ,
Taylor ripped a two y
Greg Jones that propelled the Tire Waters coming back with a onespotin HR to beat unbeaten W.W. Gay 9-7 run in _
title weekend where the sixth and two in the bot
men to the on a runs the bottom of the seventh and Tire
and defense tom of the seventh to send the
shots weren't carrying game cakewalked 14-6 in the second cham-
was at a premium. Home Run champ into extra innings. In the Waters last-
pionship game. W.W. Gay had beaten
Wayne Taylor of Tire won with five inning rally Donnie Wise and Donald Waters ((15-9), Hogtown Rollers and a j xkr
in and six Wheeler had to start the inn- ,
roundtrippers eight games singled Tire to get to the catbird seat. t
of the eight teams in the tourney could ing off and an outfield error on a NAPA > a
was fourth behind Beer Wit- z ,tA,
count their home runs on one hand. Charley Green single got one run ches.The Lake Butler league club losta
showed its for rally. home. After fielder's choice by
Tire penchant a
tough 7-4 game with the Beer Wit.
ches in Saturday morning's second :
game but came back to edge the OP :
Businessmen 6-5 and roll past
Hogtown 18.5 before running into T t i4 I
G'ville Tire.
In the Beer Witch game the count
was 1-1 after an inning as Ronnie Polk
____ doubled Toby Dillow home for the
NAPA run but the Jacksonville club L t"z
went up 6-1 with a four run fifth frame # ,
and held on. NAPA got past the

Businessmen as Jerry Whitehead ...
.... ,
Mr singled Timmy Whitehead home with .... ", >.1"
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the lead run and the hosts shut -- w .
Orange Park down in the the last inn- ., .. _._, ... .., .

ing. ....
,,;' : Hogtown fell to a big offensive at- .- 1 M ;.:: : '') Z '.

tack with Rodney Holton, who led .... :" -: .., w
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NAPA at .643 for the weekend, :'.al ... : If"ft:1! w.: ". l.. K h k'

leading the way with a 4-for-4 game. .;.4:"" e d .,.;; ., :''''', ",,-y,.
_ Timmy Whitehead was 4-for-5 with a Wise Beats a Throw to The Plate
homer, Polk and Bob Dyal both club's 10-0 win over Raiford Poor Boys as the ball arrives
3-for-4,and Dick Wheeler socked a se- Tommy Wise of Waters scores a first-inning run in his late and eludes Poor Boy pitcher Wilbur .

cond HR to lead the winners. '
NAPA was never in the game with
Tire though Marvin Tomlinson .636, Wheeler .600 Bennett .545,
L_ unloaded a solo homer and Polk and and Tommy Wise and Charley Green SCHOLARSHIPS
Dillow were both 3-for-4. "Their 500. Fred Wheeler was a perfect
'+ homers came and ours didn't,"NAPA 2-for-2 in a pinch hitter's role. Or.r 2 Billion In wfucatUn aid funds
manager Steve Nipper said of the awaiting claim.
"I with
was pleased our play
Ov. 40O Thousand
loss.Dillow because really, we had just been r Individual scholar.ships -
_ ,.. a, ., r hit an even .600 for the together four or five times before the grants and loan sources.
tourney with Tomlinson at .545 and tournament," Elder said of Waters' Ov.r 96% of our applicants or lmmodlatly >
Jerry Whitehead and Harold Esfordat
am"d succusful.allot .
.500. play. "We hit close to .500 with Donnie

keeping us up there and he played .......,...L,.,".. .CTf1.Afgllh ..,...............
t.yy, h.v ti.w at. "We're going to come around," super at third base. And Rat (Bill Obtain' Informetlon fid Applications Arum:
Nipper said of his NAPA club. "This Ratliff) hit just .385 but he" hit the ball National Scholarship
sharp enough to hit 600.
was a tough tournament with some O. Box 501
awful strong ballclubs." Poor Boys was topped 11-5 by P. Dept. C Orange Park, Fla. 32073
Hogtown in its first outing. RBI
Waters was outslugged by W.W. singles by Jerry Blalock and Ronnie
Gay 1:>-9 in Saturday morning's first Thomas pulled the Lake: Butler
game despite a 3-for-4 game by league team to within 3-2 after 1a' but
Wheeler that included a solo Hogtown scored four in the second
homer to left. Ricky Bennett was and never looked back.
2-for-3. The defending Starke league
champs then blanked Poor Boys 10-0, Raiford was robbed of two runs in
scoring in every inning but the sixth. the third when a long blast by Doug
Wheeler had two ribbies, Tommie Maingowas snatched four feet above
Wise was 2-for-2 and Bennett and the fence by Hogtown's Allen
;: .1.'i: ';; =.-i. Brian Johns smacked doubles in the Graham. Poor Boys did score three in

A Circus Catch game. Then Tire ousted Waters the last, one on an error, and two on a
enroute to its Randall Thomas double that plated
NAPA's Timmy Whitehead stretched out full length to spear a line drive Into Blalock and Ronnie Thomas.In .
the hole between short and third in his club's game against Beer Witches of Wise led Waters with a .778 the loss to NAPA Johnny Griffiswas

Jacksonville. (7-for-9) weekend while Mercer was a bright spot with two hits. In These Times of

High inflationIt

is Essential That
i We Make Our Dollars

Sports Calendar for Next Week Spread AS Far

BHS Sweeps will begin again on the first Monday As Possiblewe
of April (April 6)) and run through the
Union Co. months of April and May. Classes will II
break for the
Thursday, March 12-
Offer YOU This
In TennisThe Santa Fe at BUS .
Classes are held each Monday baseball ((7:30): )
afternoon, a beginning class from 3-4 BUS girls softball at Santa Fe (4:30) .' unique way To
tennis teams of BHS .
winless Union County in cruised matches by 4-5 p.m.p.m., and an intermediate class from Keystone at BUS girls tennis ((3:30)) Save Money

played Tuesday in Starke. ,
The Tornado boys blanked the Aerobic Dance Friday, March 13- Two ways.

Tigers 7-0 while the Lady Tornadoeswon Class BETS boys and girls track at Palatka Invitational (3:00)
all the singles matches in a 5-2 BeginningAnother BUS baseball at St. Augustine (4:00): ) v' r ,
victory. Craig Sapp, Eddie Winkler aerobic dance class session 1. Subscribe to the
and Keystone girls softball at BUS (4:00)
Lori Sapp all won 8-0 verdicts will begin April 14 and last for 14
while in the closest match of the day weeks. Bradford county
Shane Johnson and Greg Clark pulledout Classes are on Tuesday and Thurs- Saturday, March 14-
a 9-8 win in doubles by winning the day nights with 16 sessions. BUS weightlifters at State AAA Meet. Daytona Bch. I. Telegraphs

tiebreaker five points to one. Beginning classes will start at 7:15: <.,,>.J v 1 Year $900
The BHS girls, now 3-2, host p.m. with advance classes starting at
Keystone Thursday while both the 6 p.m. Fee for the class is $8. Monday, March 16- i You SAVE M
boys, now 4-3, and girls play Clay Call the Recreation Department at Clay at BUS girls & boys tennis ((3:30) .'

High at home Monday. 964-6792 or David Smith, 964-6150, for r. Off the Newstand
more information. Tuesday, March 17-- -. }"\ -,: i _
'HI bay*Union Co.0 Price Plus the
.lngl..,Sapp(SI)rf.Curry'.0: I.Johnton(B)won 10"fl. Eastside & Santa Fe at BUS track ((3:00) ..' ::1i .1'; ,
."WlnkU(S)''-0:H.....((0)) LI; Eastside at BUS boys & girls, tennis (3:00): ) \ ':r .J,: ': '"{ I,,' Postman Brings It to
Mlll.r' (I)M.Smith I-I. Soccer TournamentSet ; '
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d. '> S.fohn..n BUS baseball at Buchholz I ',
daublm Mfl.r-S.Jahnson Curry-Tyrall > : (4:00) ; : )
You in
-D. Club (I)d. Acidr.wl-Smllh f I((5.1)). for BrookerThe '. Thursday'smail
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INS girl.5.Union Co.1 two after-school soccer teamsin W Wednesday March 18- .". ,- ? ." ', '
..... d.HIM Ml I.w.n (I) wax furls(, ,
llnglm (I) Brooker will their seasons v '
tapp(I) d. '."."'0;Wlnkl.r( ) d. Co..olI'.2( : D... wrap up BITS girls softball at Eastside (4:30): ) _',$ry? ;- r;.. > ;', 2.
with tournament this Satur- Clip
mark (q)d.Kuck.r.3. a soccer './. ,' :\.! Grocery and HIII-....MU( |d.Corv.r.iow.n I-!:.uck... day, March 14, starting at 9:30 a.m. "
..... .. ..... Thursday March "1* j/ : other
Carroll (U) d. C. C 1-S. Teams from Lawtey and Lake 19"i' coupon ads

Butler will also participate in the Baker Co. at BUS boys & girls,. tennis (4:00): '.'. .;.,. ";l' ./ Each week and
tourney. "We'll probably have 120 ..:'
Hawks TourneyThis kids involved,"said Brooker Elemen- r ", J.,,:' $ave $ave $ave
tary Principal Buddy Paterson.
WeekendThe "
Plus If
Class "B" TourneySet you subscribe

semi-pro Hawks of Starke will y In March we will
for GainesvilleThe
be hosting an 8-team basketball tour- ( I ,, '

nament at the RJE gymnasium in District II Invitational Softball Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C. :,:' .,:, ';' give you 13 months
Starke this weekend March 1315. Tournament for class "B" teams and "
Action starts Friday night with the under will be held March 20-22 at Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C. :, instead of 12.
four local teams all playing. The Westside Park in Gainesville.
Hawks take on the Lawtey Sonics at Entry fee is$65 (payable to the Cityof ,. Mall tO:
7:30: and the Old Timers meet. the Gainesville) and two restricted p Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt ',,.' }'." P.o. Drawer A, Starke Fl 32091
Baby Hawks at 9:30.: flight, ASA approved softballs. The ;
Saturday Callahan plays Alachuaat fee must accompany a registrationform '. "h Name
12:30 p.m. and the Jacksonville which is available at the SR-21 North
Doctors and Fernandina Beach Gainesville Rec. Department, P.O. .

square off at 2:30.Winners advance to Box.490, Gainesville, Fla. 32602. Keystone Shops'--Suite 5 :" ." Address
the semifinals Saturday night at 7:30 Ii'"' t to'J
1 :;' ,'. "fA. -
and 9:30. 13-15 Girls SoftballIn Phone 473-3604 City P
The championship game is set for
7:00: Sunday night after a 5:00 con- the WorksA ... Enclosed Is my CheCk for$9 00 .
Hours-9a.m.-1p.m.and"3p.m.-6p.m. 'Out of
solation tilt.Ballet County Subscription 51000 per year
Softball league for girls ages 13-15 -q '..
is being planned by the Starke Rec. Mon., Tues, Wed. & Fri. '/,
ClassesTo Department.Any .
Begin AgainThe girls In that age group In- 9 a.m.-l p.m. Thursdays
terested in playing softball may sign OpMmenttomeeradrordCounty Tel raph 1a
ballet classes taught throughthe up now at the Rec. Department officein Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
Starke Recreation Department the Old Armory






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I Charges Available To Florida Consumers I IFor

the first time in Florida, con- Florida will the and the Alachua General
public in
spur was .
Hospital ra" currently In affect *cpl Union Gmral which w.r. relied approximately 10 porcont on Jon. 1. 15i.
sumers troubled by rapidly Increas health-care industry to contain "the formerly a county-commission con-
ing costs of medical care, have been a startling increases. in costs for health trolled government hospital, but has TVPI Of SERVICI AGH NGRH HANDS TAKER BRADFORD UNION
given the opportunity to.comparecosts care in the state. operated as a not-for-profit corpora- Semi Private Room 106.1t 107.00 131,11 ".00 11,00 75.00
of selected health care services, "In creating the board, the tion for three years. I margmcy Room Cho.... 16.00 11.00 2'.00 2t.00 32.50 11.00
locally and across the state. Legislature set a precedent by em- ,
OR-M Mlnutmlabor 223.00 231,50 240.00 252.00 252.00 1".00
The newly created state Hospital phasizing freedom of information, North Florida Regional in' <
and Dallwary RoomComplete 201.00 ilIa 17'.00 162.00
Cost Containment Board recently wide disclosure of financial data and, Gainesville is privately owned by the nla nlo
its first of ".. Hospital Corporation of America in PulmonaryI
published survey hospital as a result, .broader, more '
Function T 1".00
tlRegular 162.50 ".00 107.00
nlo ".00
costs in the hope that it will stimulate enlightened health-care choices by Nashville and Shands Hospital at the .
EKG 31.00 3'.50 n/ 31.00
42.00 SO.OO
of Florida switched last
"healthy competition" among Florida consumers, ,the report said. University
AtO Grouping and Blood. 14.50 1t.50 16.00 12.00
TypoCiC 15.00
hospitals as well as let potential patients The most common corporate struc- year from a state-run hospital to anotforprofit
Homogram 21.00 25.00 11.25 It.50 22.00 20.00Urlnol.l.
do some "comparison shopp ture of hospitals in Florida Is non- corporation. Shands is a .
ing." governmental and not-for-profit,with teaching hospital 1 affiliated with the J. 11.75 11.25 11.00 11.00 14.50 11.00
The board believes that its role in privately-owned hospitals a close se- Hillis Miller Health Center,and takes flO 7.00 11.00 70.00 re/o n/. nlo
Chott X-Ray 2'.00 21.00 21.00 46.00
the analysis and disclosure of hospital cond in number, the Cost patients referred by physicians from GI ... 14.00 25.00
Upper 60.00 .00 toO.OO 19.50 101.50 50.00
around the state.
revenues, expenses, and charges in Containment report.

Fraser Memorial Hospital in Mac-
clenny and Bradford County Hospital, (n/ar..rvlcs not available)
1 N h Starke are government-owned (Figures compiled by Gainesville Dally Sun)
14RV hospitals managed by Methodist
Hospital, Inc., of Jacksonville.

I Union General Hospital Lake justing income in order to come up leading to the practice of cross-sub- hospitals is good, and that is the main
Butler, Is privately owned by In- with the total dollars needed. This sidization, whereby a service that reason it wants to publicize its fin.
+p. termedic Health Services, St. process frequently involves a detailed does not pay its own way is partially dings on health care costs statewide."It .
Augustine. analysis of the past utilization of ser- underwritten by one that is more pro-
t According to a by-line story by Ted .vices, along with a high degree of fitable. The Cost Containment Board will stimulate healthy competition -
{ ;r r- I Wegman in Sunday's Gainesville Sun, ability to predict the future" accor- Intends to issue a future report on this among hospitals by enhancingtheir
setting rates for hospital services ding to Wegman. Certain services do practice and its impact on the health awareness of efficient practices,
"basically comes down to projecting not generate as much Income as rare Industry as a whole. The board reasonable rates, and good management
what expenses will be, and then ad- others, regardless of their cost believes that competition among; the board's report says.



II I II I I Judge Green Not Bending on Escape Ruling I

I "I'm nattered by all the attention," unconstitutional conditions was made Constitutions. It also cites on the raised prior to this plea or adjudi-
Circuit Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) by issuance of a show cause order on charge date the 10 inmates were suffering cation, nor shall this order be con-
t Green, Jr., said In an interview Tues- May 29, 1980 and found to continue to the very State action that the sidered as precedent by Judge
i day, March 10. 'exist in the order of Oct. 3,1980," the Constitution prohibits since the state Green's court in any category of case.
,1 r Judge Green has been the subject of order said. "These findings have been alleges they were incarcerated at The order is effective at 5 p.m.Mon.
statewide interviews since Monday, upheld by decision of the 1st District FSP by the escape informations. day, March 16, and Is conditionedupon
March 2, when in open court he Court of Appeals in Tallahassee and mandate in Vann v Wainwrightas
Bwana Takes a Playful Bite dismissed prison escape charges the mandate to this court is expected Inmates Left implementing the opinion of 1st
Bwana an African leopard and the brother of Satan, one of the stars of Majlc against 10 Florida State Prison In- March 16." Awful ConfinementThe District Court of Appeals issued
Time Circus, nips at Majlc Time executive Audrey Johnson. mates, including seven who took partin "The defendants' rationale is that order points out that in some February 13, 1981.
The circus comes to the BUS Auditorium on March 24. the largest breakout in Florida the specific constitutional violation cases the defendants left lawful con-
prison history last Aug. 5., found in the Vann case was that conditions finement, for which the State seeks Escape Ruling
He cited earlier findings that the at FSP were so violent that some the sanction of the adjudication of Draws Publicity
Magic Time Circus Show violent conditions at FSP were un- constitutioned cruel and unusual guilt and the imposition of additional,
constitutional, Green ruled Florida punishment," Green said. "Cruel and as opposed to continued incarcera Associated Press stories written by
statutes require that an inmate must unusual punishments are expressly Matt Bokar, Jacksonville Bureau
Comes to Town March 24 be lawfully confined for him to be prohibited to the states by the 8th tion.The order further states because of Chief were written in the GainesvilleSun
found guilty of escape. Amendment to the United States Con- the unusual nature of this and the and Orlando Sentinel Star with all
The Magic Time Circus, a 90-minute animal and magic circus show, will be Judge preen signed the final order stitution and further prohibited in Vann ruling, this order shall apply only stories on Judge Green appearing in
coming to the Bradford High School Auditorium Tuesday, March 24. dismissing the inmate escape charges Florida by Article 1, Section 17 of the to the instant cases which allege Sunday, March 8, editions of the
The show, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club to raise money for Special Olympics" Tuesday. March. 10. Constitution of the State of Florida.' .escapes between May 29, 1980 and October papers.
"; will feature wild'animate.; 'Juggling'and-acrobatics;'Tnagtc acts, and more. The order states the inmates eor-- "The order'ottas'ttle defendariis"Are' 2,'issorshall not be retrospeo
Showtime is 8 p.m. 'rectly argue that this court found con- within the specific class of citizens' 'tive in application; shall not apply to for more on JUDGE GfUEN'S'
Tickets are now on sale for$2.50 and$3.50 and will be 50 cents more at the door. ditions at Florida State Prison protected by those provisions of the any case in which the issue was not PUBLICIZED RULINGS see pg. 8B
Advance tickets are available at the following businesses: violative of constitutional provisionsof
Davis, Monk, Farnsworth Co. (Eddie Douglas, 964-7404); Jordan Agency (Andy the Vann vs Wainwright suit by -
Jordan,964-5237); Badcock Furniture (Joey Smith,964-5289)); Wilson's Florist eight inmates last May in Bradford ., .1
(Bill Wilson 964-5792); Bradford Batteries Inc. (Don Wilson,964-7285); Denmark County Circuit Court. ..
Furniture (Steve Denmark, 964-5827)); Culligan Water Conditioning of Starke r orONEe.S&I ... p!
(Mike Cooney, 964-7638);; DeWitt Jones Funeral Home (Steve Futch, 964-6200); Judge Green ,..
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Page 4B March 12.INI

Deaths. .

.. NOR f: HOW

Robert Leo Rich Ian CzeslawIan past president of Kirby Smith Campof a.m. Saturday in the Church of the
Sons of Confederate Veterans, a Good Shepherd with Rev. A. Stanley
Robert Leo Rich died in
67, the
Czeslaw,26, resident of Lawtey member of Civitans, and a World War Bullock officiating Honorary Fred Says-
Alachua General Hospital in
passed away Thursday night at the II Army veteran of the 265th Post Ar pallbearers were Sons of Confederate
Gainesville Sunday evening March 8. Bradford Coun ty hospital followingan Veterans.
Born in Illinois, October 25, 1913. extended illness. tillery.Survivors include his wife Get your horsein
: Mary
Mr. Rich moved from Chicago, Illinois -
Mr. Czeslaw was born in New C. Bridges one son, Laurence and Interment
: ; was in Oaklawn
to Daytona Beach in 1977. lie
retired Jersey and moved to Lawtey one his stepmother Mrs. Lillie McRae Cemetery under direction of NOW 'J I
was a machinist for a tool shape
He and
was a a
year ago. carpenter Bridges, of Starke, Hardage-Krauss Riverside Funeral
manufacturing .
company. member of the Catholic Faith. Funeral services were held at It Home
Survivors include: one brother, Survivors include: his wife, Mrs.
Oscar Rich of Keystone Heights; and Vernoica Bradley Czeslaw of Lawtey; Rant .
one sister, Mrs. Opal Tremper of Jef and Mrs. $500
mother and father, Mr. Clippers
fersonville, Indiana. Sylvester Czeslaw of New Jersey; -o- ; ;:; I For Day
Graveside funeral services were five sisters, Elaine Czeslaw of Long r-----Are Looking Church Home? :
held at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, Branch, N.J., Jackie Longo, I
in Keystone Heights Cemetery. Rev. Highland, N.J., Michelle Fine, Vkia, YOU Have Found It
James R. Morgan officiated. DeWitt Calif., Yvonne Covlson,Sylvia Greco, I SPECIAL We
C. Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof both of New Jersey;and four t

arrangements.Miss brothers, Robert, David, Tony and First Water Softner Have
Billy Czeslaw, all of Long Branch, : Assembly of God jI j

Leslie Tiedgen N.J.Funeral Mass was held Saturday, Hwy 16 ft Weldon 00 Air Compressors
I St., Starke
Miss Leslie Jeanne "Tami"Tiedgen March 7, at the Chapel of Archie Tan SaltBag $1
age 23, of Columbus, Ga., ner Funeral Home. Funeral will be in I e eI
died Saturday, March 7 in the Martin New Jersey, March 14 in the family :
Army Hospital, Ft. Benning, Ga., plot. Archie Tanner Funeral Home is I Is in-business for the King. You are welcome to share for Sale

following a long illness. in charge of arrangements. this joyous Christian experience with us. Qty. Limited No Ralnchecks

Born in Ft Sill, Ok., on Sept. 11, ,
1957, Miss Tiedgen had lived in Cot Pleze Franklin GoolsbyPleze Old Fashioned -Up to Date.

umbus, Ga. for the last 20 years with Franklin Goolsby, 64, resident t Full Gospel Bible Teaching Get your Bedding Plants
her parents,and was a member of the of Starke, died Sunday March 8

Baptist Survivors Church.include: her parents,Mr. at Hospital the in Veterans Gainesville Administration following an I Sunday School(Sun.). . . ._ 10:00 a.m. : Seed & Fertilizer from

and Mrs. Arno Tiedgen, Columbus, extended illness. Morning Worship (Sun.). . 1100 a.m.
Ga.; two brothers, Stanley Tiedgen of Mr. Goolsby was born in Alabamaand
Killeen, Texas and Thomas Tiedgen, moved to Starke in 1946. He was I Revival Time (Sun.). . . . . 7:00 p.m. creek

of Patricia Lakeland Anne, Fl.Busbee; two of sisters San Diego, Mrs., employed Guard until by his the retirement Florida 18 National years I Prayer Meeting (Tues.). . . . 10:00: a.m. Alligator

Calif and Mrs. Susan Nipper of Col- ago, and was a member of the I Family Night (Wed.). . . . . 7:30: p.m. RanchU.S.
umbus, Ga.; a paternal grandmother, Damascus Baptist Church.
Mrs. Anna Tiedgen of Kings Park, Nursery Open for Infants & Toddlers
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. 964-6973
N.Y. and a maternal grandmother, Laura Thomas Goolsby; one f Pastor: Rev Paul Baughman I 301 south
Mrs. Stella Stanley of Keystone daughter Becky: Goolsby; two sons, a
Heights FLFuneral John A. Goolsby and Frank Goolsbyof -------------------1
services were held at 11:00: Starke; one sister and six brothers;
a.m. Tuesday, March 10, at the William of Macclenny, Porter of I KEVSTONE STORE ONLY on sale
graveside in Melrose Cemetery with Hill Emil of Jacksonville NEW
Rev. William M. Wolfe officiating. Laural Single Pica........ 64' .
Stokes, Gainesville, Wright, New LOW I IEAGLEI] Thursday, Friday, Saturday
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Funeral Home in Starke, with Rev. & 1
Mrs. Nora McCulloughMrs. J.C. Hester, officiating, and Rev. Don Chec k L aavira s

Nora McCullough, 83, residentof Sheetz, assisting. Burial was in
Starke, Florida,died early Wednesday Keystone Heights Cemetery,with Archie
morning, March 4, at the Brad- Tanner Funeral Home in chargeof tos1l %

ford County illness.Hospital following an extended the arrangements. CompareiJ7c

Mrs. McCullough was born and Henry Herbert Graham .r
raised in Lake City. She was the
daughter of the late Johnny and Sarah Henry Herbert Graham, 100 of
Nettles Powell of Columbia Lake Hutchinson in Melrose, died Friday ill

Countyand the widow of the late in a Starke nursing home. .
James "Jim" McCullough of Brad- A native of Convers, Ga., Mr. 11 Ot RAID ROACHANDANTK9LLER ...
Graham had moved to Melrose from ran-.ROLL
ford County. She was a member of ...
the First Christian Church of Starke. Naranja, Fla., and was a retired WBMINODISCOUNT }
Survivors include: four daughters, grocery store owner. He was a w ,- 1.94 .47
Mrs. Blanche McKinney and Mrs. member of the Naranja Masonic WAS..IoIr
Estelle Cox, of Starke, Mrs. Delma Lodge and was a Presbyterian. a' PRICE WESTERN STRAW HATS
Crews of Polk City and Mrs. Vadie Survivors include: his daughter to Qt. oun
Sue Yates, Gainesville three sons, DISCOUNT 4.77
Pope of Pensacola; one son Lester ; PRICE
McCullough of Fla Burton W. Graham, BainbridgeIsland t .
Hampton ; one Men's wM brim straws with
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Butler; 23 grandchildren, 36 great Severna Park, Md., and Dr. Emil J.
grandchildren, and two great-great Graham, Tavernier; 13 grandchildren
grandchildren. and 20 greatgrandchildren.Funeral MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS
Funeral services were conducted at services were held at 11:00 ,r rI a
3 p.m., Friday March 6 at the Chapelof 1 a.m. Monday, March 9, at the DIS COUNTIiTrr
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with graveside with Rev. William E. Shea 1 w1U .. _"
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I want to thank all friends and
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death received of my during husband the Linnie J.R.sickness Carroll Carroll.and and Church Mr. Bridges of the was Good a member Shepherd of, was the 2 a BATTERIES WERE VOLT PK.DURACELL.ALKALINE. : 3.66 $INSULATED PICNICHIAG PACK 2.97 BOAT NAUTICAL INFLATABLE,40x27" 3.97 JOO WITH DI8C.PRICE VIL0UA3! .... .94 etyted pockets bartacked.with, contrast 29 Awed to M.stitching legs, lots and of /a. \

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to find the front door facing was split and parts

1 ] Briefs. laying on the floor. Mrs. Revels left immediately Too Late To .

.... Sheriff's, went Department.Items to a neighbors. house and called the ClassifyTRAVEL Keystone AreaAds I

1 pilfered include: a .22 caliber rifle, a TRAILER I .

Fire Destroys white telephone, 2 jewelry boxes, several rings,2 1981.35ft. Park Model I

I Barn at BrookerA chockers, two St. Christopher metals, a knife, a Air full bath

stop watch,two pocket calculators,a silver cross must sacrifice PERSONAL FOR RENT WANTEDCASH
rire destroyed a hay and storage barn 1 mile pen, keys, a watch, numerous earrings, a wed- by Mar. 16. PERSONAL

east of Brooker on CR-18 at the T.J. Mann farm ding band and three necklaces. KOA(Campgrounds SERVICES SERVICES TRAILER LOTS FOR RENTs FOR COLD sterling,

_ at 1:30: a.m. Tuesday, March 10, according to the Starke Prices start at $49.50. Lake jewelry, diamonds, coins.

Bradford County Sheriff's Department.The Child Grabs Wheel, I REDUCE SAFE ft FAST: with CARPENTER WORK Geneva Trailer Park. Will visit your home

fire destroyed the barn along with some Car OverturnsA Go-Bete Tablets or capsules Remodeling work kitchen, Phone 473-2879. tfnchg anywhere. 3765235. Mr.

farm equipment, according to BCSD. Records and E.Vap "water cabinet and trim 1/29 Rittman. tfnchg 35ROOMMATE.Maie "

show a neighbor observed the fire and saved a mother panicked when one of her children NEW NEWI pills" available at Andrews carpenter. Reasonable OFFICE SPACE Keystone 'or

farm tractor from the barn. grabbed the steering wheel and the car struck a amork0t$ Drugs, Keystone prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Center. Approximately 350 female to shore 3BR houseon

Brooker Volunteer Fire Department answeredthe pine tree and overturned .8 of a mile east of Auction Heights. 3/5 Stpd 4/2. 4732477. tfnchg 3/5 square ,..,. $160( per Lake Hutchinson. $100

call to the fire. The fire is under the investigation Graham on CR-18 at 9 a.m. Wednesday,March 4. 'Inside Flea ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS month. Call Keystone par month.., plus$50 security -

_ of Deputy Sheriff Don A. Denton who Kathleen Baker Griffis, 22, and her daughter, Market Auction FOR SALE Closed meetings Monday 8 Heights Realty, Realtor plus 1/3 utilities. Phone

indicated the cause of the fire had not yet been Amanda Griffis, 18 months, were treated In the Open Thursday- p.m. Open meetings. Fri. 473-4961. tfnchg 3/3 473-3110 or 4734993. Keep
day B p.m. Alanon Monday SECLUDED LAKEFRONT trying. 4tchg 3/12-4/2:
determined in his
report. Bradford
room of County Hospital in
emergency Sunday 11-6 LAKE LOT on sand bottomed 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 mobile home site. $40 per BABY-SITTER NEEDED 'In
Starke for small lacerations and were released Keystone. Fla. 'lake In Merest.. $800 from
p.m. All meetings. In month. Phone" Jax home Monday-Friday
Ransack after treatment. Damage to the 1978 Mercury Old Dollar down, $146.44 per month. Educational Building, Community 7258945. 2tchg 3/5-12 2:30-6:30: p.m. Phone

Burglars sedan she was driving was estimated at 4000. Saver Store Phone 473-4058 or Church. tfnchg 1/1 HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVAfor 473.2185 altar 7 p.m. 1 tchg

-j Lawtey Home The car was traveling west on CR-18 when one JobbrsDeolersFioof4ark.eers 473-4367 after 6 p.m. PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN rent. 2BR. A/C $235 3/12

of the driver's children grabbed the steering tfnchg 3/26 TING and wallpapering. per month. Phone after 5 WANTED HOUSE WITH
-- Burglars ransacked the home of Mr. and Mrs. wheel. The driver panicked, applied brakes, the Welcome LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Phon.4732477. tfnchg 3/5 p.m. 17860054. Itpd 3/12 assumable mortgage In or

Buddy Revels on CR-225A about five miles northwest car ran off the pavement onto the southside Space available now Keystone Heights' owner PLUMBING REPAIRS-Larry 1BR FURNISHED HOUSE and near Keystone Heights.

of Lawtey between noon and 8 p.m. Tues- shoulder, struck a pine tree and then overturnedto Send name financed 10 percent Interest Teague Plumbing. five acres for rent. 4733749. I tchg 3/12

day, March 10. the right after impact, according to the phone, address, Lots on clear, sand 475-1513. tfnchg 5/21 Graham area. $200 month...
Deputy Sheriff Paul C. Stegall filed a report Florida Highway Patrol. to Box 607.Keystone bottomed lake, priced to CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 4732417. Itpd 3/12

' stating Mrs. Revels returned home about 8 p.m. No citation was issued by Trooper K.G. Fl sell from $9.900. One to WORK.-bulld patio, NEW 2BR IBA FURNISHED OPPORTUNITIESWORK

Etheridge who investigated the mishap. or contact at five acres overlooking lake fireplaces, additions, house-CH/A, all electric
Will do
(access available) with' :
homes and '
remodeling kitchen
single on
-- Dollar Saver garage
.. _... Bldg.
nice trees from $3,500. port-time housekeeping,
Lawrence Blvd. tile work. Free estimates. Pointvlew. $300 month,
$500 down $50 a month. Phone 473-4473 during $100 security deposit. No sawing and baby-sitting.
UNION Keystone HeightsAcross Commercial frontage.investment day. tfnchg :2/5 pets. 473-2621. Itchg 3/12 Writ Edna Rlens. Rt. 1 Box
I IR from
198F Melrose
I opportunity. UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED NICE FURNISHED or unft 32666.2Ipd
Post Office 31219.
: SR.21N. Owner-salesman.
permanently by a nished house for r-
GENERAL HOSPITALR.Ne's 473-4375. tfnchg 3/5 registered electrologlst Good location. 2BR.

AKC DOBERMANS-Top and it's inexpensive. Call $200 month plus se.....:.Iy HOMES FOR
quality only. You ore invited for free demonstration deposit $200. Phone
and L.P.N.'s needed to visit our kennels. without obligation. Amy's 4732728. 2tpd 3/12.19 SALE

475-1228. Electrolysis, 490 Lawrence
G & ConstructionYour WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN Blvd.. Keystone. 473-7033. FOR RENT: Store. Approx.S DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE

Hnchg 2/5 tfnchg 25STEVE miles from Keystone on HOME and lot. ,Lake Hut
Home Is Where 21 CU. GIBSON commercial SR21. Old Gllsson Bait chison. 3BR, 2BA, utility shad. -

Your Heart Is .. heavy duty upright and Tackle Store. 475-1489 aftar 5 p.m.

Competative salary based on experience, with shift dif freeier. Zero degrees. BROADWAYTREE Changeable sign op. tfnchg 3/5

ferential. We can remodel; build and shape up your $425. 4733970. Itchg 3/12 tionable. Call 473-2578 or 2BR, IBA, CB HOME-ona
SERVICE 473-2108. 3/12 tfn. mile from center of
home. MOBILE HOMES are our specialty:
Low patient/nurse ratio. Keystone Heights. Large
Repairs & Washing. 1lx20O I lot with fruit trees

Opportunities to attend workshops and seminars. ....'w.e'; 'net'FPE'e"-'Just"ineVpe'i ; ; :'........ Removal CARS&TRUCKS and sprlnklarad garden.

Frequent inservlce ................ ................ Much more. For appointment .
programs.Life 964i&53Free Trimming to see), phone

Insurance 4737105. 2tchg 3/12-19
paid by hospital. N 1955 THUNDERBIRDgoodcondition.

Employee health insurance paid by hospital. Estimates Free Estimates If interested, MISCELLANEOUSBINGOAMERICAN
phone 473-4245 evenings
25 personal leave days per year10 days may be 473-4732 tfnchg 1/22

After 5 p.m. 1971 YZ400, good condition LEGION
sold back per year at present pay rate. Keystone Heights I very quick. $900. 4733970. HALl, SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m.,

Itchg 3/12 Sunday 2.5 p.m. Public Invited .

tfnchg 3/5/81 1

Call Director of Nurses' 496-2323 for Interview

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No Money Down V.A. 1234' % F.H.A. Clay County w. art ticking dynamic qualitypeople

Bond Program Lots in Deer Springs Call today who or. willing to make a

Bob Harris 473-3133 or 964-5533. committment$ to tholr' future right HOMES PERSONALSERVICES WANTEDGOOD CARS CARS & CARS&TRUCKS

NOW. W< ollor a compute training FOR SALE
program.alto bonu.... prlt.*. and TRUCKS TRUCKS
PRICES PAID for used
other fringe benefits. If you hove

Home for Sale I Ijie drive, lamina' and ambition MOBILE! HOMES: Why pay BOOKKEEPING SERVICES: 9 mobile homes if mortgageis 1979 CHEV. PICKUPLWB; 1970 2-DOOR CHEVY 19BO TOYOTA 4-WHEEL

bo ,lucceiiful and a,. not making mare? Buy direct from the year experience) In all 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE Air; tinted gloss; AM/FM MALIBU Will fake best offer. DRIVE: AM/FM stereo and
Roberts Rd. Ranchette only 3 lots left Payments In excel! of s.w.000. tend resume factory and save. Lorg. phases including taxes and HOME SALES. radio: PS/PB; step bumper; Call 964.7910 after 9p.m. cassette player. Call

only $375.00 mo. on 2 BR -1 Bath Expandable Home tat selection of 12', 14' and government farms. 9645606. Open 7 days 305 V-8 Automatic Trans. Anytime on 964.6932 after 6:30: p.m.

Deadline on llMs% applications Friday, Feb. 27 Joa Pelt' I double wldes. Purchase a 473.7075 after 5 P.M. 7/3 weekly TFchg 25,000 miles. $5295. Ter weekends tfnod. Monday thru Friday.'3/12

-Call or come to Affordable Homes, 327 W. Call St., P.O. Box 2043 : I mobile home in the monthof rfchg WANTED. and:tires.Mobile Will home axles willegar Motors, 9647200. '75 FORD LTD: 2-door 1979 FORD COURIER PICKUP

Starke, 964-5533. Lak. City, Fl. 32055 January and we will WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the OliN'S MOBILE pick HOME up. 1977 FORD E-1SO VAN: LWB; Broughm; Air: PS/PB; Air; tinted glass;

help In your monthly cost spot Williams Jewelry' SALES. 9645606. Open 7 AT; PS: A/C; PB. Cruise; cruise-control; AM/FM automatic trans.-; '7" box;

by paying to you$50.00 per I IOO.E. Call St. 964-7064. days a week. TFchg AM/FM 8-track; 29,000''.: .radio,,8-track $800. Call 25,000.nll.: ; 26 mpg;

month' for 12 consecutive 10/16 tfnchg. WANTED: Used tools, both miles. Must sell. Make an 6592524. Itchg 3/12. $4995.00. TerwillegarMotors.

months." Hurry and come CASH FOR GOLD sterling' mechanics and carpenters. offer. Call 964-8092 or 1979 F250 ((4x4) Air; 9647200.

Union County AdsFOR by for more details. COMMUNITY coins. A.Z Pawn Shop, 144 Phone 964-8331 or 964-5952, ask for David. 4-ipaod; AM/FM 8-rrack;
MOBILE HOME W. Call St. Phone 964-8343. 468-1551. 9/11 tnchg :2/5 tfn. 12 x 16.5 tires w/chrome INSTRUCTIONALSCHOOLS
11/13 tfnchg. FORD FIESTA SDR spoke wheels
1979 ; sunroof
SALF.S. US 301 North Op.n WANTED: Mobile Home Ax ;
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. tinted AM/FM $5995.00.
Air; glass; T.rwill.gor
les. the best
9am. to dusk 1 to 6 on Paying price
Sunday. Phone 964-8741. Free estimates. HandyMan for good condition axles. radio: 48,000 miles-32mpg. Motors, 964-7200.
Fence Co. 9648559. T.rwlll.gorMatall.9647200. 1979 FORD LTD II
964-8331.9/11 $4295.00. 2 OR;
SALE tnchg
paint; air; AM/FM
3 BEDROOMS: CB house. InStork.
SERVICES REPAIRs Callthe to 50 with' water and MUST SELL 1976 Chrysler 8-track; $3495.00. Terwlllegar r. ;
OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP. .. C.n. air acres -
INSURANCE AGENCY Heat .. Office Shop. 110 W. Motors. 9647200. : ;j ..
Cordoba. AT PS/PB
fence Call
PLIES, GIFTSSee; Union CUSTOM : 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake laundry, workshop. Attached Call St.. Storks, for details. good 964-5178. AM/FM :
County Times open Monday MADEDRAPER'ESFr. 2/26 2tchg 3/5. stereo; cruise- 1910 PONTIAC PHOENIX: Semi-Truck Driversj
Butler. 496-3978. Complete garage, fireplace, 9645764. tfn.
control tilt
and Tuesday 8.30 a.m. Insurance Service. TFN pool. 30s. 964-8483. BUYING SILVER COINS and : steering A/C; 4-spaad; 4cyl.' Or Heavy Equipment)
to 5 p.m.. Wednesday- estimates. Local NANT TO BUY used wheel; 62.000 miles. $1000or 5door. Under warranty Operator Start locally
owner. 2/19 tfn. Sterling. Paying
closed Thursday and Fri. distributors for completely market top typewriters and adding best offer. L.B. Register, Call 5332819. Itpd 3/12. TOLL.FREt
day 8.30 a.m. till noon. See washable nationally FOR RENT OWNER OPEN TO TERMS 3 price. Betty'sBooks. machines. Must be In Jr., 4733305. 3/5 2Ipd112. I 8QO.342I>
comfortable' 2 Keystone Hgts. Call '
advertised Gardsette acres plus a .
our 1/2 price table of working condition.
selected Draperies. S&W Enter BR 1 BA home and a born 473-4.178.2/12 4tpd 3/12. 964-5764. tin .1971 PINTO WAGON _
gift items. 2/12.
prises. Ed or Lomo MOBILE HOME SPACE FOR for your horse) Th. house CLASS CUT TO ORDER: Automatic air tinted
: RENT: Available March' 1.Also PON OS DUG !
Door, windows,
available through Government 5/1/80TFN.Stephen. 496-3253. 2 bedroom 1 bath has plumbing for a second JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY etc.. MISCELLANEOUSFREE glass; luggage rack: AM
Agencies. Many sale bath and a screened back radio; $2995.00. Ter

for under $200. Call PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICEs mobile furnished home on 'large completely lot. No porch. Assumable mortgage 9646078. Orders also willegar Motors 9647200. Discount 30% to 100%

602-941-8014 Ext. 8629 for Insured free I with a low Interest taken in Lake Butler, PUPPIES to good SURPLUS JEEP: Value $3196. :

your directory on how topurchas. estimates, IS years kids-no Brooker pets.Road.Hwy.Phone 18 rat. $35,000. Quality 496.3079 and Keystone home. Daddy Is beagle and Sold for $44. Call For Construction Of Pond In :

.. 4tchg 2/19 2/26 Nettles perience.496-3738.Phone TFN Thomas 4962308. TFN 312.: R.olty of Gainesville. Inc., tfn.Height., 4734973. 2/26 mother Is beagle/cocker. 312-742-1143: ,, Ext.: 705 lor Exchange For Fill Dirt. For
3/5 3/12 3/5. Call 475-1328 after 6 and In'o'on
LARGE HOUSE 3 bedroom 372-8441. 3/5 4tchg 3/26. how to purchase
: ,
1976 FORD COURIER: low 1 bath centeral .heat and MOBILE HOME: 3 bedroom, on weekends. Itpd 3/12. bargains like this! 4tpd Details Call
: a living : andService.
mileage, extra clean roomsuite AC. Major appliances included 1% baths, priced to sell: FREE PUPPIESi Half pit 2/12 2/26, 3/12. 3/26.
to whol. Call for free
houseful .
a ) wateranalysis
52.500. call 496-3625 alter 'located 2 miles north of bull/half dog. Call CAROl Bros.
Near RMC. Phone
Other things of value olso. and Information, 762-3857 782-3751.1 1971 FORD: Excellent shape:
6p.m. TFN2/I9. or tchg
1980 "STUMPNOCKER Phone 752-1967 after 5 496-3247 evenings. 2tchg Lawtey NW 105 Ave. (Grif 964-5673.3/12 tfn. 3/12. good price for cash. Call

foot. 9.8 h.p. : 13 p.m. 4tpd 3/5 3/12 3/19 3/123/19. fis Rd or Eunice Loop). Maybe STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS: 9647184. 3/12 2tchg 3/19. 964-6750
trailer gas can battery 3/26. MOBILE HOMEiNow seen Sat. or Sun., signon Degreaser, Aqullan, Try-It. HELP

trolling motor all in new GARAGE SALE: Saturday, available. 5 miles west of property. Itpd 3/12. For more Information. call JPtL!! -

condo lion. Make off.r. McVM-h.14, 9 a.m. until 4p.rn.'lflnSnon Dukes. CR-239A. 1981. MOBILE HOMES 964-5652. Itchg 3/12. WANTED s samm

Phone 496-3625 after 6 : : 238 throughProvidence References. Twin Hills Payments starting at J. WILSON ROOF REPAIRS

p.m. TFN 2/19. on Right. Ranch 4963525. Itchg 3/12. $137.00 per month. John Reasonable prices Free NURSING HOME needs full-

axE STEEL TRAILER FRAME: Clothes, furniture, etc. Brown Mobile Home estimates. All work time LPN or RN nurse for

12 Inch tires, $100 Phone 7522598. Itchg 1/12 HELP Center. 473.3775.3/12 tfn. guaranteed. No job t loo 4-12 shift. .Call 9646220.
WANTED large or too small. 10/9 tnchg
431-1114 after 5 p.m. TFN DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE _
YOUR UNION COUNTY HOME: to be moved. Fourbedrooms3 Residential' or commercial. RN: Immediate urgent need.In .
bedroom, 1 bath brick.: Realtor specializing inacreage. $180 PER HOME WEEK PARTTIMEAT baths, central Call 7823991. 3/12 2tchg Starke area. Excellent W'DW1t'S WILL SHOW TOO

Phone 496-3089 or For fast results In America's foremost Webster dictionary air/heat: power pole' : 3/19. salary. Call Quality Car THE NEW WORLD
PAINTING REPAIRS Nursing Service (collect)
378-9334. 2Tlpd-lchg( ) buying and selling call stove; refrig; 800000.
company needs carpenter work, small 13758199. 3008 NW 13th OF RESTAIJUHJ"
3/12. JANE S. USHER Realtor. home workers Call 9648699. Itpd 3/12. MAMNTTwentySve
to update building, etc. Call St. Gainesville Fl. 1/29
NEW KING SIZE BED: In 4962126. If no answer call local
mailing lists. All 9648813. 3/12 6tpd 4/30. tfn. years ago the Post Food industry was in its infancy.1
plastic cost $599
new-now 4962903. 3/5.
ages, experience un PERSONALSERVICES ROUTE CARRIERS NEEDED Today the business has reached a point' of sophistication that!
$300. new queen bed $150, necessary. Call LAND for Gainesville Sun bears littl' or no resemblance to the early days of 'Burger and]
new double bed SI25. n.w 17168455670. Ext. 'ri.." I
1590. delivery In Bradford Coun marketing.
size bedroom suitecost
queen 1tpd3/12. FOR SALECOMMERCIAL ty. Must b. over 18, havedependable
$7SO-now $300. newearly FOR YOUR Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers is one ollh. fal''vrawinv I
BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete transportation chains In the U.S. ,
and Jacksonville
amerlcam sofa and of ]
represents belt
chair $300. new recliner REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN REAL sharpening service, circular PROPERTY: and post cash bond. mark.:.. We are looking for Managers who share our enthusiasm our I

$85 n.w dmnette set $75. UNION COUNTY ESTATE hand carbide, 246 Pork Place, Stark. Good parlllrne income. for the restaurant business and can appreciate the value of working .1
Residential chain, mower blade hollow Call 9648170. Starke. 3/5 for
an leads In
industry as little I
Phone 752.7961 Providence Call ((813) 621-2031 2/26 as nine months, you can
Acreage ground and balanced. 2tchg 312.APPLIANCES. reach Manager status with at the $17.500 .1
2 ACRES With 3 bdrm 1 1/2 4 tchg 3/19. pay level. It's not uncommon
WASHER: $125) dryer $100. Commercial bath brick horn In Raiford. Leave at Jackson Building 20 SALES OPPORTUNITY 'to become an Area Supervitor after IS months. From 'there' |
ACRES Pastures fenced
Call: Supply In Starke, Keystone ; ; : opening. Salary the upper echelons' of Management await, youl
washer and
matching Located
on pretty country .IS assorted fruit
Vonara BrownRealtorAssociate Heights or Lake Butler. trees; plus commission plus
dryer set $250 double bed road not far from SR-121. I.If you are hard-working and Interested in I
TFchg garden space; 4 wells; liberal benefits with oldestablished earning top dollar,
$60. twin bed $45. block Wall to wall carpet, cent. ALCOHOLICS ANONY. trailer; utility shed: large Appliance ,receiving a complete package of fringe benefits, and enoy| "npor.all.l.d -1
vinyl sofa and recliner$95 4963022Tiffin H/A, dishwasher stave and MOUS: old frame house experience not growth potential within the company, we'd I like, to hear!
; 2.op.nsheds I from !
color TV $100. fro.t free refrigerator. sd. yaulDo.cov.r
and Owens.Inc. Phon.964-5148 or 964-7619.) ;: barn and more. necessary but helpful. Only
refrigerator $100. electric OLD
Realtors FASHIONED reliable, : I our new world of Restaurant
TFchg 55000. Call 782-3756 or aggressive person UIU Management. At Wendy'il
stove $85. small freeier HOMEnear
$100. Phone 752.7961 Pro- Riverfront. 1 River accesslots. Main 2500 St. Lok.Butl.r ft.. REMODELING. BUILDING 964-5352,. no collect call. looking for a permanent itsreaHyworththetime >it tak.s to plorel'
sq. REPAIRS New kitchens 3/5 2tchg 3/12. job with minimum Income Apply to
plus 1500 ft. of porches.S .
Homeslte 'lots sq.
baths family Brick requirement of
rooms. ,
12 MONTH Homeslte lots fireplaces. Has wall to : ::3".
wall block. concrete. Fireplace Lowt.y. off SR 225. Owner $250.00 per week need apply RON SHERMAN
quarter horse. Halter brok. 4.7 Acres with home slab carpet cent. H/A. specialists. Griffis Con Call 964-7701 for Inter
Gentle 496.2126 Yard completely 'fenced in will finance for responsible WENDY'Soi
or and other Improvements struction. Phone 473-2108 view. Itchg 3/12. .
496.2903 ask for Jane.HOME with Magnolia trees parlies. No down payment
oH C231. I or 4732578.: TFchg DRIVER FOR SWEEPER: Oneor
camellia bushes and palms. EWING $17.00 per ma.,. per two South Starke
Hog FarmDifferent MACHINES night per week
FOR SALE Could b. used as apartments REPAIRED acre on 10 year financing Mon. & Tues. Between: &
.,.... Acreage: : All makes driving parking lot 5 pm
for rental u... Call to SHOLTES. 1213. NW 61. St..
Must be
cleaned oiled reliable
Hampton Nice 2BR 1 6acr. lot In and adjusted sweeper.
town find out terms and Interestrate. Gainesville, 32601, Ph. Wt Are An iqml Opoottuntty trupioyer M/0
Phone 782-3660
bath home on country, Mobil. home 1 3 1. $15, Work anytime
setting in convenient ocr. In town. 10 ACRESiUnlon guaranteed. James 377.58n.3/5 lOtpd 5/6. '. keep trying. 3/12 tfn.
downtown Strickland. corner MorganRd.
section. 2* Ideal
acre-lovely for beautiful homeslte
Pretty lot with large hemeslte and with horses and Hwy 16. TFchg cleared;, selling price : production line
detached or cows. Fend BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK $4000. $1200 down. $100 of men's work pants and
garage witha farmland.
SERVICE: Pump-out par month, $',4 percent in shIrts needs
variety of possible FOR RENT LOVELY MOMEon 10 ocr... Residential .a supervisor with
commercialand terest. Financed by own.r. strong
uses. Excellent financ Very lovely and .Immaculate Fenced has pool. pasture IndustrIal' Fully licens Call 964-6960. 3/12 3lchg, _LJ_ -line balonc.
ing available.Call 3 ii. 3 bath and woods. Owner will help ed. Phone 9648121. TFchg 3/26. Ing experience. Call OLD TAR)4XOa3O

For Details home, 2,500 sq. ft., with financing. Has manyother MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS: Foe- 20 ACRES Approx. 15 acre 964-5090 for appaintment.
Eleanor B. cannon fireplace with extras.JANS 312.MATURE !AUE
gas legs, tory trained mechanics. fenced rest In woodlandwith Itchg
Realtor. 373-2433 swimming peal and many MAIN S. USHER. REALTOR US-301 South 964-602O. timber and creek.Call WOMAN to work _
Or 372-1469 BUTLER 5/29 TFchg S. restaurant and small bar.
tfn Call 44-3012 494-2124 er 494-2903. 3/12 964-6528.3/12 tfn. Call 964-7184. 3/12 2fchg
Itchg. 3/19.

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IS Five families, 10 am to loads ALLEN E BARREL
: only. ,
contained; bunk; air;
flowering trees; QUART.RHOIISEIFI"'plac. Old, but works good $50;
5 pm. Dishes. stereo TAYLOR, Lawtey. Phon. evergreens; hedge plants; trophy winner Truck topper, LWB $75.00. hideaway bed and more.
radio, many other Items In 7823172. 12/4 tfchg. azaleas, 18" 24" gal. very month. Call Call 9645381. Itchg 3/12. Must sell this week. $7850or c/Jrwilkar
building behind. Tackle TRUCK TOPPERS. $199 'and cans, $1.50.ach; camellias 964.8731 Itpd 3/12. DINING ROOM SUITE Nice best offer. Jo-Lu Motel co ""
Box, 341 N. T.mpl. Av.. W $239, aluminum with windows In bud and bloom; palms; APPALOOSA GELDINGS 7 with 4 chairs, padded. US 301, on.-half mile '
Stork. 3/3 4tpd 3/26. and bubbles. Full fruit tr..s-peach nectarine years old. 60000. Call Three leaf table, buffet south, Starke. MUST SELL. REALTY !
I YARD SALES SUN. A MON.: warranty. Beasley' persimmon pear, 9648723. Itpd 3/12. china cabinet, triple size, 3/12 Itpd. .
March IS 8 16-10 A.M. ,5 Bargains, 473-45, Itchg plum, appl., fig; blu.b.rry HERB AND VEGETABLE $200.00; Water conditioner '74 JAMBOREEMInl-Motor 1
P.M. 1036 Southgat. 3/12 plants' ; citrus; hanging PLANTSi North on US 301, on. year old 5/81, home; loaded, extra clean '"' PHONE 9 .7776JTERWILUGAR
Children's and ladles CYPRESS FOR SALES baskets and potted house turn right at Sluckey's, go real good cond., $550. Call 5800. Call 431-1074, afterS CECELIA
clothing; dishes, .tc. Itpd n Firewood $5 V4 cord, you plants. G.t these now. 1'/ 782.3666, anytime. 1 tchg and weekends 3/12 205 N. Temple Starke I
3/12. load. Custom cutting. O.C. CARNES NURSERY, 23 3/19. 3/12. :2tchg 3/19. ota a a
| YARD SALES MARCH 13 8 Lumb.r. Phon.4682624.7 mi. SE of Stark on Hwy OFFICE EQUIPMENT Steel FURNITURE) Recliner, $20; '77 CHAMPION MOTOR
am.2 p.m. 1020 Eoitwood R ml. South of Storke on Eastside 100 at Florol>om.. Phon. desk and swivel chair, swing set, $15; Viscount HOME 25 ft., awning
Dr. (near Southslde Elem. of 301 across from 6592165. Closed on Mon $125; draft table, $80; dice X310 organ, $600; couch generator, TV antenna, .
Oak Trailer Park. tires, twin beds,
Shady 2/12 new rear
School). Tools, baby day. tfnchg. taphon. $95.00. Call w/2 chairs, $60; luggage
cloth., linens, and much 1/29 tfn. NEW CARPET NEW S. USED 9647355. Itchg 3/12. rack $5; end tables, swag excellent condition.
13 HUNTER FIBERGLAS Furniture A Appliances. HONDA 50 MINI TRAIL lamps, walnut table w/6 14682933. Itpd 3/12.
more. Itpd 3/12. FISHING BOAT and factory Plumb fixtures and pip... MOTORCYCLE Kerker chairs, $300, dinette w/6
| YARD SALE. MARCH 14-8 trailer- $700; 3 Roll Motorcycle BARGAIN CENTER US 301 headers for 1977 CB Honda chairs, $50; wooden double BOATSFISHING
a.m. 3 p.m. 822 Trailer $175; Four South. 9646679. 2/5 750K; Pearce-Simpson bed frame, $20; bed
Stonsbury across from A 14" Mag Wheels $100. TFNchg Bearcat CB base unit with frame, $7; odd chairs; RIG 18 hp Evlnrude
Southslde School. Appliances after 6 Fisher, 4' 6', -Mitchell fiberglass boat 3
Phon. 473-4803 POOL TABLE x Jam-Ram antennae; onr basketball toy box, $15; .,.-
books, p.m. Itchg 3/12. regulation. 1" solid ilate antique 4-poster bed long bed topper $150. Call swivel floor mountedseats. ..tor- ,
household Items, toys and bed w/balli, sticks A accessories w/old springs and cotton 964-8813. Itpd 3/12. Electro-pal foot controlled BRADFORD VILLAS,Starke Fla.-Best location Besient Rd.
much mar. Itpd 3/12. DINETTE WITH WOOD 500.00 FIRM. mattress. Call 964-8763 APARTMENT SIGNS electric troll motor Gator Deluxe, brick maintenance free 2 bedroom I'/i bath I
| YARD SALES FRIDAY ONLY! CHAIRS $100; Mediterranean SEARS %" 4 x 8 folding after 5 p.m. 3/12 :2tchg $40; portable dryer tilt trailer.. Oth.r accessories Townhouses low utility bills because of newest In..ulotlon. .
8 a.m.-3 p.m. Ladles $90 coffee and end table, ping pang table with paddles 3/19. $80; sewing machine, $35. 1200. Call .Can be customized for your Individual taite. Op-1
pantsults; mens cloth. ;,lamps$23., $10; bookcasebed and balls $7S.OO. SUPER BUYII New home Beasley Bargains, 964-6086. Itpd 3/12. lions available! fireplace, 2 full baths, screened porch&I
and miscellaneous.Hwy 16 N Bargains, 473-4521.Beasley Keystone Hgts.. Ph. sewing machines. 40% off. 4734521..Itchg 3/12 1975 VIP BASS BOAT. 16 ft., others. Furnished model on display now. Recreation bldg
on Prison ground. Itchg 3/12: Itchg 473.3600.3/5 tfn. Priced from '$239.00. 85 hp. Johnson power TAT; 8 a tennis court or shuttle board court to be part of com
3/12. White's Auto Store LIVING ROOM SUITE Good Drive-on trailer low hourson pt...Paved streets- street lights-beautiful landscaping .
YARD SALEI SAT.. MARCH 473-4470. Keystone. Itchg condition. Call 9647443. motor Must sell Make all part of scenario.A desirable' ,different lifestyle.Prices J
NEW SEWING MACHINE ... 3/12. Itpd 3/12. offer. Call 964.8092 or start at $33,4001
9 S Loadsof
I 14 to
-misc.a.m.Incl. p.m.'72 Ch.vy Scratched In shipment $139.00. For FREE y I 964-5952, ask for David.JLeon's * *

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S11 Nova E, South Ch.vy St., Impala.Stork. Whit.Sewing S Appliance Center is 5-= ': << TJP. .P 'L1:; ; : : I: Klngsley at last! Shown by appointment only like new 3
) bedroom 3 bath home of simple elegance. All amenities
Itchg 3/12. G 3527 S.W. Archer Rd., Archer Squar".J I Plumbing Service tt t Including screened dock boathouse with boat and

Plaza Gainesville, 376-4466. :t' everything else your heart desires. Terms possible.ON .
Sampson City < (2251 .
B.I-Aire Apt*. Lawtey Hwy 301 one home with 3 BR 2 B
HOUSES 3BR, 963-5523 ";<}.;i= and four completely furnished opts. Selling price 13,000
2BA; available May 1. Repairs A Specialty with 7% assumable mortgage of approx. $50.000 at 7%

Family room, garage, JRECOVERY AUCTION S Remodeling: & New construction .pree Estimates W fJ'.w.: 'with mo. payment of $3B7.......This....will more than pay for
large yard good location. _22$ROOM 'f Dealers Tues. 24 Hour service ,, :'I! itself! Hurryl)
300.00 per month. For L S r [Coming up soon Large brick home at the Country Club
more Information and The Recovery Room of f Public Frl. -Senior Citizen Discount- situated on 1.75 ocr., fenced bock yard.
ap Lak. City Local Dist. r ..........
polntment, call 964-7910 Archie Tanner Fun.ral 7:30 p.m. Leon T. Odom Jr. Owner I lot 42 Sampson Lake Shores has light pole and septic tank
after S p.m., anytime and a Hal Huml! trailer S16.700. belt
Home Limit one Coupon Per Service Call ; ......... Very flirting
weekends. 3/12 .
tfnchg. 301 N. of Starke
MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE PA4-5757; Starke Fl" S '., ........ .......... '---.--- .......A........... !3.BS nice acres on 301 N for 19150.
Highly !
HOME PARK mobile homes ..,. .., .,.., .,.. NJP.S V ... .v T **********

and spaces for r.nt. Phone I, large,antique brick home situated on a beautifullly .
468-2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING "W. Pickup Butchsr, Chill Cut end Wrap" landscaped acre In Conerly Estates. A quiet, secure
and sleepIng E I CARDIPJ BROS. I lifestyle yet near all convenlences-a beautiful home with

room, TV and Air I everything I ..........
Und.rwood Motel. 3 miles Steve Cardln-Owner .3 Attractive, California r.dwood 1600 sq. ft. home with attached
North of Starke on Hwy [96067501LAMPCLEARiNC I garage, solar hot water heater fireplace and 57
301. 10/9tnchg of Owner finance.
ROOM FOR RENTS In larg. SEPTIC TANKS acres prim. property...*... ..
four bedroom house. HARDEE'S MEAT MARKET ij .DOZER WORK LARGE SMALLSEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED Mint condition home 2244 ''1.At CHCA close to schools

100.00 per month Includes Dwayne and Darlene Hardee I FILL DIRT LIMEROCK .DRAINRELDS RELAID shopping. Have to see.5 55 5.55.5
run-of-hovse privileges .R Owners PONDS DUG FILL DIRT 60S Washington St. Very nice lot 8 frame home 17500.
and utilities.Call 468-2S1S. ..........
3/3 fin.LAKEFRONT. ii'I .ROADS BUILT SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES Best located motel In town 24 units $169,000 with
FOR THE SUMMER CULVERTS SET & COVERED $53,000 down balance financed at low low. Interest
: Mobil. Home. 2 BR, 2 Men's Jeans & 218 E.WASHINGTON ST. OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY I' rote .**.......

BA; patio. Near Keyitone. STARKE,FLORIDA 32091 964-0725 Invest In the Best. It saves More Developers dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty of
Call 473-4186 or 473-7050, Cords -- timber roads $60.000 with 15,000 dawn owner will
3/5 2tchg 3/12. carry mortgage at 12%.
HOMES, Two ..........
MOBILE one '
thr. bedrooms; clean. Pre- on8trucii n Sale Large CB bldg. In good condition on one acre approx.
Highway 16 and 225. N.w 5000 sq. ft. formerly "Moose lodge" lust off Rd. IOOE
owners, formerly Whites. 1.099 $53,000 term. ..........

Call 4681323. 3/12 tfn. NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT; Our finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn) j
UNFURNISHED 4 BR HOUSE i 200en 301 with 1.61 acres. Use your Imagination I TermsJ
5 55*55 5 5
$200.00 p.r month,$10O.OO
Call Waldo Flea Warthlngton Springs Restaurant and 2 lot, $''.500.
security ..........
9648704. Itchg 3/12. MarketFREEtt"8" PREFERRED PROPERTIES
APARTMENT Call Bullington *4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees 9000.
Studios 1964.7271 or Belt Buckle *40 acres Lawtey area $42OOO-Owner finance.
9646595. 1tchfl312.MICROWAVE With'20" Purchase: *New modern,CB store 301 Lawtey$52.0OO. Owner fin
*Beautiful Bessent Rd. lot-133x250'.
And this Ad GREAT *$ acres approx. 9 miles west of Stork.. -St. Rd. 100.
I II *lowtey 301-CB store-19500ownfln.
t *Lot on E. Call St. Call for details.
., *7 1-acre lots, Brownlee Rd. $4.000/A. 20% down/12%
Gbm *606 W. Adklns-House 4 50' x 10O' lot 12500.
:: OVEN Pinewood Driv.-CB home with carport. Fenced

:: Full size 1.5 Cu. Ft. withprobe or Night Servtee REASON backyard.
:. $349.00 or t.rm. Day *404 N. Cherry large nicely turn. opts. Owner fin
*3SR. 3B Edwards Rd. Has everything! $69,900.
j Whit. Sowing and EXPERT LOCKSMITH *Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel carpet 30000. Reduced

:: Appliance C.ntr *607 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many extras-$31,000.
e Locks Re-keyed *Home t 3 acres In Breaker $51.600
: 3527 S.W. Archer Rd., Archer
125 yr. old home(2960 sq. ft.). Hampton 8 3 Ac-536S00.
e Locks Repaired
; Square Plaza, *Call St. commercial 100' x 190 Owner fin. 9900.
7: Gainesville, 3764466. DON HLL YOU'LL LOVE I *5.5 acres near Presbyt.Church t "o.pltol-mok. offer.
*20 acre Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed.
:; SECURITY SYSTEMS *43 Ac.Lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin lodge"40000.
. 473-3549 ISffxISff commercial on 301-owner fin. $33.000.
4.7B Acre. Rd. 230A B Wilson Rd. 11700.
*2.6A-S235 septic..well pump, elec.pole,portable sheds.
*40 acres across road from Bedford lake 105000.
MOBIllt I ; HOME I *Country Club lot ISO' x 3S31-nice location-$10.000.
COLOR TVs (SERVICE MttS *Busy Call 8 Water St. lot 235' x 16' Owner fin. $19,800.
New 25" console $569.00 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. I6E Owner fin.
tlII *$500 Incom.four furn. .n'ol.-Call $5.000.
with working trade. Used Beautiful Casa Del Forest mo. Bay
*Large apt. complex on 301, good cash flow own. fin.
sets from $177.00. Realtor A..oclat.-Aft.r Hours
Whit Sowing and C SR 16 West Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964.6593
Gerrl L.nnon-4".3140 "Rich". Hendrlx-944-8380
Appliance Center and
EnergyEfficient Byron Terwlllegar 964.7776 Martha Dorko, 712.3397
3527 S.W. Archer Rd.. Archer ,', (Inside City Limits) Anne T.rwllle ,or Nal.on.415.1 677 Sally Kllllon,468.a25>

Square Plaza, ', :

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.. 473-4340 Fast Rotary Double-paned-lnsulated glass throughout... high efficiency heat pump... STORAGE POATIES

or Drilling Equipment and, each Is designed and Insulated to exceed energy code requirements! NOW RENTING REASONABLE RATES

473-4252 .._$Z TFr"LICENSED I ....
Inside and out, check out CASA DEL FOREST $700 & Up Olin's Mobile
Repairs Major m.p.I car Laura St. 8 Rd. 100 Home Sales
Electric Appliances ._PNew __ 73.2735 FREE QUOTES

Serving Counties Bradford 8 Cloy & UaedSaesParts.Servlce Select your lot & floor plan Paved Streets Phone 964-5606
Elaine M. Olin Agent
lawrencM Blvd. Keystone ; Sidewalks-- walk to schools & business district Pioneer Electric C D. I '.c"g

E-Z Terms 21 Hour Service

The l NO DOWN PAYMENT V.A. 782.3065 VAC JpM
Don Tennant !!! .i. Industrial SA
Commercial NEW i USED
School Of New Installation \
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Green's Publicized 5 Sentenced in U C CourtFive I
I more Judge Rulingsfrom
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defendants were sentenced to three additional years in state prison ';
pg. IB 300 of the state's most hardened another institution who hurts someone "Mean Green, the Neanderthal state prison terms in cases before Circuit for escaping from Union Correctional
criminals to less secure institutions.But *that's when they will feel it," man" but that doesn't faze him. He's Court Judge Wayne M.Carlisle in Institution last September 23.
United Press International ran a the 1st District Court of Appealslast Green said. "The best of all paid to be the professional lightningrod Lake Butler, Monday, March 9. Ronald Keith Edmonds, 22, of Lake
story written by Paul Wyatt,Jackson- month upheld Judge Green in the possibilities would be that the state of justice, Green said. Izell Edmonds Jr., 27, was sentenced City was sentenced to three years In
ville Bureau Chief, that appeared in case. would comply with the 10 conditionsby by the court to 199 years in state state prison plus fined $5,000 for fail '
the Florida Times-Union, St. Final deadline for the DOC to ap Monday, March 16." Off The Wall? prison for murder in the second ing to appear In circuit court last Oc
Petersburg Times,and Miami Herald peal or ask for a review, falls on Mon- degree in the death of Walter Lowe tober 22. He had previously been
also on Sunday, March 8. day, March 16.Judge Green is expec- Don Quixote? fast year at the victims house in Lake given a ten-year sentence for carry-
The Tampa Tribune ran a story and ting to get jurisdiction back in the Green's Background: In Tallahassee* state officials think Butler, last summer. uig a concealed weapon and grand
editorial with the story written by case filed by eight inmates last May. Green, 42, was born in Bradford he's off the wall Assistant State Attorney Judge Carlisle ordered Edmonds to theft, according to records at the
staff writer Kim L. Eisler also in the The Inmates testified last June on County in 1938, the son of the late US Don Reidsaid. Reid, a former serve a mandatory 66 1/3 years in Clerk of the Courts office in Lake .:
Sunday March 8, editions of the violent conditions at FSP. The state Rep. Lex Green and his mother, radio news commentator in prison before being eligible for
paper. elected to not present any witnessesin Lucille Green. The elder Green Gainesville, is a good friend of Green. parole.Floyd.
the matter. represented Florida's Congressional "Buzzy's Don Quixote," Reid said. Arthur Johnson, 32, was
Green's Reaction: District for 20 years. His father also "He used to have a statute of Don sentenced to three additional years in Butler.Floilda
The statewide publicity"gave more Justice Experts served three terms in the Florida Quixote In his office. He tilts at wind- state prison for possession of a
people a chance to understand how I Meeting AgainA Legislature and was an unsuccessful mills, decides cases however he weapon by a state prisoner last July 1.
think," Green said. candidate for Governor and US wants to, based on the facts. They're Inmates Jack Ritter, 29, and
of four criminal justice experts -
sensitiveand panel Senator. He was local businessmanand called Soloman-like decisions."
"Area prison matters are
George Silva, 28, were sentenced to
I tried to avoid saying anythingthat made a report to the court prominent attorney. "He does things the long way, the 1beaIre. :
might have an adverse affect on September which resulted in JudeGreen's Judge Green is a maverick who hard way aroundlike,who would ex-
the climate or situation that will order. Reconvened last confesses candidly that being a judgeis pect the courts to take over the'running Club' Dance
make it harder on conclusion of the the panel has been reviewing the "a lousy job"and that some day he of the state prisons," Reid said. Key SS4-5451
situation at FSP to mak-
preparatory will probably "follow in father's
matter, he said. my "He applies his own moral philosophy
"Articles as written were overall ing a new report to Judge Green. footsteps, and run for congress." to his rulings. And he's rarely over SaturdayThe BS13SiSS8BM
consistent with that desire," Green That panel met with the State At 25, he was the youngest public turned." Fit, Sat., & Sun.ClftEMMOST .
said. "I hope readers found them of Senate Committee on Corrections defender in Florida history and at 33, Green is prematurely gray and Key Club at Bradford High f
some interest." Tuesday, March 10, at FSP. he was the youngest elected circuit wears rimless eyeglasses. He, his School will be sponsoring a St. STEMS
"In the judiciary, there are two Planned judge in the state. wife Saundra, and their three Patrick's Day dance at the New Armory i PICTURE = l
ways to go, Green said. "One is the Hearing Judge Green has four more years to children: Katherine Marie 21, in Starke this Saturday. night, CTU:!b 6A'wrta'me.wia
traditional, don't-make-waves way. Judge Green,who will have a Marc serve in his second six-year term as Melanie 19, and Robert Alexis III,live March 21. t
The other way is to grab your nose trial docket starting Monday, circuit judge. As a devout Baptist the in an english Tudor-style home, a Disc jockey Harold Johnson of ... ._
and jump." 16 in Bradford County, plans to hold a judge is a strong believer in the wedding present from his parents, in radio V97 will spin the records and ||gQ .... : : =- ,
"I tend to fall in the latter hearing on the eight inmates case obligation of parents to support their downtown Starke. give out prizes at the dance, which -
category," he said. either Monday night, March 16, or children. Since he became adminis- While he was a student at the will go from 8:30: p.m. to 12:30: a.m.
Judge Green was assigned to Brad- Tuesday night March 17, providing trative circuit judge for Bradford University of Florida in Gainesville, Saturday night. SHOWTIMES:
ford County in January 1980 and since he receives jurisdiction of the case County he routinely sentences divorced Green rented the house out so he Young people from Bradford County -
that time has been a thorn in the side back this Monday. parents who miss child support could pay his way through law school. Keystone Heights, Union County, Fri.: 7:00: 9:00:
of state government in Tallahassee. "This will provide the DOC an opportunity payments to five months and 29 days His mother Lucille, told the paper and Baker County are invited. Cost is Sat. A Sun.5OO7OO9.0O.
to know what the commit" in jail or until they pay up. his nickname of Buzzy came after the $3 per couple and$2 per person. Dressis : :
Reduction Order Upheld tee's updated report will be, Green future judge was a strong baby whenhe semi-formal. '
Records show 60 percent of his cased says. Green Opposes Drugs was born. "He was a buzzy'busy
>ad involves FSP. Last Oct. 3, Judge Green Hopes State Plea BargainingRecords baby," Mrs. Green said. She added 301 Drive InFri.
Green ordered the Department ofCorrections show Judge Green hands the nickname stuck after that. TRAVEL TOPICS
at FSP to reduce the Will Comply down long sentences and stiff fines to Judge Green recalls with admira-
violent inmate population to 750 until "Yeah, I'm feeling the heat," anyone convicted of trafficking in tion his father, a self-made man, who Planning a vacation? .. Sat., Sun. & Mon.Their .
the violently explosive atmospherecould Green said. "Not that the governor or hard drugs."I died on his 82nd birthday in 1973 one Travel I ing abroad?
be defused.In DOC secretary are calling me up to think the sale of hard is month after his son was sworn {n as Going on a cruise?
his order of last October, Judge complain or anything like that." serious offense because the drugs of a judge. thoughts
Green cited information that one In- drugs breeds crime Green use "He gave me a gavel made out of We can make It all easy for =DdiUJENNIFER
mate every other month had been killed "It's the heavy kind of feeling you Judge Green also is walrus tusks that the people of Alaska you and our knowledge Is
at FSP. have when you sign a death bargaining, doesn't believe opposed in to plea had given him when he was chairmanof yours at no extra cost. Just O'NEILLSTEPHEN
The DOC appealed the order, argu- sentence," he said. tion and strongly favors the proba- the Territories and Harbors Com- call our local representative LACK
ing it would be dangerous to transfer "The first person they put inI of openingup mittee in the US House of Representatives. -
government to public tx
scrutiny.He ." Green said. "I've got it in a S.L. "Jlmmie"PEEK.JR, lRS
was one of the first judges to allow {I6

Surprise Searches of CO's television Judge Green cameras stated in his to courtroom.reportersthat safe"He deposit also gave box. me a little talk on at 964.5140He I E. V.1'AVCO PICTURfS eMBASSY Hlf ASI.
his attitude how a judge should conduct himself," has had a lot of travel
on plea bargaining
I has earned Green said. experience and will be able
him the reputation as PLUS.
to save you time and money.

Okayed for Prison OfficialsThe : \\COUP 'N: sf tou ON" (( ()tn'ON': \ HOLBROOK TheTempters

Florida Supreme Court handed and possession of marijuana. He was S3DD off GIANT PIZZA 3520 N.W. 13th Street
down a ruling that prison officials can sentenced to six months in the Polk $2 off LARGE PIZZA Gainesville. Florida 32601
spring suprise searches on correctional County Jail in Bartow. .

gling drugs officers or to weapons see if they're in for smug inmates arguments The Supreme that a state Court law empowering rejected- $100 off MEDIUM PIZZA ((904)) 377.7111

the state court ruled I
highest prison officials to make searches Eat In or Carry Out
Thursday, March 5. of visitors, correctional officers and With This Coupon ,
"A prison correctional officer's anyone else entering the institution is Offer Good Thru ;' .. 1\\ :' __
right to be free from random 'I'; .... '_
unconstitutionally vague and the -
shakedown searches does not search of Clark was improper."A March 18, 1981 -. .' 1 500 BEAUTIFUL
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outweigh the state's interest in ,
prison entrance is the functional \\t-
preventing the flow of contraband," t:a
equivalent of a border where traffic ''1'rt\' \\ S
the court said in '
an opinion written by
Justice James Adkins. may conveniently be stopped and in- : AZALEAS FOR
spected;"Justice Adkins said. "An in- .; ONLYS
The ruling came in the case of spection may reveal contraband
Henry Lee Clark, a correctional of- contrabandat Limit 1 I
enabling officials to stop ; :J.
ficer at Polk Correctional Institution 301 S. Starke 964-6877 "
the border instead of having to Per Family : Osc APIEGI! !
Lakeland who
near was caught with defect illegal goods once dispensed In-
two marijuana cigarettes hidden in a side the border." "
sock during a shakedown of CO's in DAilY LUNCHEON SPECIALS 52.25
November, 1979. "Stringent control of contraband is ............................... ..........................
crucial for the safety of correctional i'i'i
Clark had pleaded no contest to in- officers as well as prisons," the court TINY PIZZA Anytime
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