Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
Creation Date:
March 26, 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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Unteoionobly cold nights and cool day have put Bradford County'i ripening 'f)
strawberry crop In a holding pattern with heavy harvesting delayed for another Two Sections' : \,
week. SECTION A: ,

Th. March '17 freeze with o low of 31 degree and light frost was one of the Pages IA-3A
latest on record and has b..n followed by early morning readings ranging from Editorial .. .. ,..,. .page 4A
the low 30. to the mid 40s during the poet week. Society..j Pages SAfteA
A warming trend, ranging from lows In the 90s to highs In.the 70i Is expectedthis Correspondence Page 7A.8AA9B
weekend, with Increasing' cloudiness Saturday and the possibility' of showers Sports... . '" .Page 9A-12A
Sunday. Legals & Rear Est.. Page 11A

Sunday's rain lowered the threat of forest fires thai have plagued the area for SECTION B: The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
two months. Starke reported .91 Inch; New River 1.6: Highland 1.5; and Santa Fe News Briefs. Pages 18,3818
1.0. Only one seriou.9re, classified, a. "cor.I...", burned 20 acres of woodlandIn Obituaries.. _. .... ..Page IB 102nd Year
the Theressa area during the w..k.I' Classifieds . _. Page 1081 a STARKE FLOIUU25 Cents Copy
26th Issue ThursdayMarch26,1981 USPS 082-7041

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1k General Hospital was being paid, and IV solution at cost
; awarded a three-year contract to from AGH, whereas Methodist is
manage Bradford County Hospital making 18% profit from IVssold to
j4; t, t ear' asl 1st tom'n,1 effective May 1, in a brief public BCII.In .

S 1 f e "r meeting following a three-hour work answer to a query from Sandersas

4 d session Monday night, March 23. to why AGH Js-interested in
k managing and upgrading BCII whenit
The 12-day extension beyond the
would likely loss of
K present expiration date of April 19, tients now going to Alachua General pa-
x was requested by Methodist Foundation -
from Bradford Peddie
a.t Inc., and agreed to by Alachua County
that is
General. replied AGH a complete referral -
type hospital with 40 percent of its
tt5 1 Four. hours tJf) questioning, cross-
patient load coming from neighboring
.iV y rf h"t questioning, consultation and explanation -
counties. "By developing small
came to an abrupt halt fter
hospitals in the area we get more
10 when trustee vicechairmanCurtis
p.m. referrals," he said, adding that the-
Sanders called for a motion on
I census (case load) of BCII should in
the management contract."I .
crease materially under the new
believe Alachua General's pro- management contract since "You arc
posal presents the quickest way for us now getting only 43 percent of patients
to build a new facility," said veteran in your county who should he
1 ey, it v member and former board chairman coming to the local hospital." BCH
George Shuford. "I move that we sign should be getting 80 percent of Brad-
'; the contract with Alachua General." ford County patients, Peddie

: 1'S { New member Al Kay Carlisle, appointed declared. Alachua Genera I is now get
I by the Governor labt week to ting 25 percent from here, he added.In .
a a 11. t1- 5 ja.. .r r r "I 1 .. fill a vacancy left by former board [ addition to lending BCII $150,000(

The Hopeful Dozen... chairman Dan Williams secondedthe necessary for needed capital expen
motion. The vote was 4-0 in favor, ditures (roofing and air conditioning
I One of these 12 young ladles will be named the Bradford County Strawberry Seated: Kim Rleske. Sylvia Hollls. Marie hart Cindy Norman. with Sanders saying the chairman did ), Peddie said Alachua General'
Queen of 1981 this Saturday night March 28. The girls are (l-r): Standing in rears Vickie Carver, Shelley Sikes, Sue Meadows, Lori Lawson, not vote except in case of a tie. A-grade credit rating would be useo
Kneeling in front: Janet Jordan and Lisa Gilbert. Virginia Crawford, :Tammy Denton Concerns expressed early-on by to back the necessary issue of tax free

,. Sanders about changing the manage- bonds to build a new hospital here lie
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>\ : ment contract were answered later said this would be done without resorting !

." < -' > by' Alachua General president Edward to' county'taxes to pay 'off the
I' -.12 Seel1'98i BradfordOne Strawberry: Queen 1 ilk31st Peddie when called for questioning hospital bonds.
by the board near the end of When questioned by Sanders concerning
the workshop. Sanders' areas of con- the possibility getting help

of 12 hopeful young ladies will Tickets will be cern chiefly dealt with employee con- from Methodist Foundation in
p.m. Saturday night. Miss Kimberly Dana Rieske, 17, a Miss Lisa Louise Gilbert, 17, a
be named 1981 Strawberry Queen of $1.50 for children and $2.50 for adultsat junior at BHS and daughter of Mr. junior at BHS and daughter of Mr. cern about benefits and personnel building a new hospital, :Marcus
Bradford County this Saturday night the door. Advance tickets may be .and Mrs. T.E. Rieske. Starke. and Mrs. R.S. Gilbert of Hampton. policies following a transition; Drewa, president of Methodist. said
March 28, in the 18th annual pageantto purchased at Mitchell's Drug Store : Janet Starling, realtor. Sponsor Sponsor: Wilson's Florist. whether control of the local board "The bond people are going to want
start at 8 p.m. in the Bradford High for 50 cents less, $1 for children and$2 over the hospital would be diminished some type of cooperative arrangemenl"
auditorium. for adults. under the new proposed corporate between Methodist anHCII' (
Miss Linda Marie Hart, 16, a
The contest actually begins Saturday Miss Lori Ann Lawson, 16, a juniorat sophomore at BHS and daughter of structure; and financing proceduresfor and that such action would.'I'
afternoon when each contestantwill Contestants BHS and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. construction of a new facility. approval of his board.
Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Crouse of
be interviewed by the five out-of- Henry Lawson Starke. Lawtey. Peddie said there would be no When asked by Sanders n' III'("
town judges. Identity of'the judges Miss Sponsor: Lawtey Volunteer Fire change in benefits,and volunteered to could build its own hospital without,
Cynthia (Cindy) Norman, 17 Department.
will remain secret until after the daughter of Mr. and Miss Sue Ann Meadows, 17, a meet this week with the hospital staff help from any other hospital I Drown
Mrs. Glen Nor
senior at BHS and them this and said a $10 million facility 'would In,1
pageant.Saturday daughter of Bill to reassure on point
man, a senior at BHS where she is Miss Tamara Ilene (Tammy) Den-
night the contestants will Meadows of Rt.2, Starke. answer all questions. little tough" but an $8 million hospital
head majorette. Sponsor: Leila'sDress ton, 16, a junor at BHS and daughterof
model in street clothes, swim wear. & Gift Shop. Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Don Den- In regard to local control by the could "probably" be handled a scar

and evening gowns. There will be no Miss Janet Marie Jordan, 16, a ton of Keystone Heights. Sponsor: board, Peddie said it would not be See Hospital.... '.:!,\
talent competition.Five Miss Shelley Lee Sikes, 16,a juniorat junior at BHS and daughter of Mr. The Looking Glass Styling Center. weakened, and added, "You will actually -
BHS and and Mrs. M.M. Jordan of have more control than ;you do
finalists will be selected. Each daughter of Mrs. Virgina Lawtey.
will be asked xme question, selected Sikes of Lawtey. Sponsor. : George Sponsor: Florida Bank at Starke. Miss Virgina Gail Crawford, 18, a now. He in said there of would be a difference crl1C-crl1Wn: !: (TrierTHURSDAY.MARCH
randomly by the contestant in the Roberts Insurance Co. BHS graduate now employed at the "style"; management
final judging. A second runner-up, .Miss Vickie Lynn Carver, 17, a Florida Bank at Starke and the with emphasis on a working partner- '
between AGH and BCH rather :
first runner-up, and the queen will be Miss Sylvia Ann Hollis, 16, a juniorat junior at BHS and daughter of Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil ship than )
selected from the five finalists. BHS and daughter of Mrs. Lovie M. and Mrs. J.T. Carver of Starke. Sponsor Crawford of Raiford Road. Sponsor: a satellite-type; setup It .
I Doors will open for admission at 7 Hollis, Starke. : Mitchell's Drug Store. Florida Bank at Starke. "Your local board must make the )t"I to' ..
decisions, and the physicians must be 2'e J r
integrated into the process" Peddle \ 1, "'Q'.lJb I

added 'II t4M
The AGH president said that while ". I

I County Fair To Oren Wednesdav to their exceed basic$8.000 management annually fee(and was couldbe not -" ), I'

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eI less, based on a $20 per hour rate

Workmen are putting the final and poultry exhibit area located Bradford or Union County Schools. fair Thursday, April 2, from 2-4 p.m. it includes accountant and secretarial .

touches on the fairgrounds preparing behind where it was last year, has Some 81 pigs, a record number, are and from 7-9 p.m. services which are not included in A
for the arrival of the 31st annual also been completed, according to expected. A showmanship contest is The Bradford-Union FFA and 4-H Medthodist's $6,000 basic manage-
Bradford County Fair which opens its fair general manager Bill Wilson. Steer show is set Friday April 3, at ment fee, and cost an additional
four-day run next Wednesday,April 1. set.The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA 7:30: p.m. The fair will conclude Saturday $12,000 annually. 26
and ends Saturday. April 4. First night of the fair Wednesday, Swine Sale is set Thursday night, April 4, with the B-U 4-H and Peddie said there would be more ALL SPORTS BANQUET
Ribbon cutting ceremonies will of- April I 1. features the annual Bradford- April 2, at 7 p.m. FFA Steer sale to'commence at 7 p.m. savings in computer (data processing Starke Elementary Cafeteria
ficially open the fair at 11 a.m., Union Swine Show open to qualified Miss America, Susan Powell of Elk Advance price tickets are still four ) service; laundry at 22t per poundas 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday. April 1.: Taking-part will 4-H and FFA members who attend City. Oklahoma, will pay a visit to the for a dollar. compared to the 3tt per pound now Members'SJ.OONonmembersU.OO
be the newly chosen 1981 Strawberry

Queen and IGOfl, uv Qf...._'ktir..K.itt"iOi. .... ..._tAAn.. <0, __ .. ..... n___ _
Robbin Stephens, along with some SATURDAY 28STRAWBERRY
local officials and dignataries. i i iI QUEEN

Opening day will feature the annual CONTEST
Rural-Urban Big Beautiful A"a.. '
Day ceremonies, in I 1-w i BHS Auditorium
which members of the Starke Rotary .I '" r 8:00 P.M.
Club begin work before daylight to ti ,. v '''' I.
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prepare and serve a fried chicken din t 1ter MONDAY 30
nero with all the trimmings Wednes- Berries
day II t noon. The first day of the fair is Ripening... ; BC School Board Office
also Senior Citizen's Day, in which all
10:00: A.M.
senior citizens are admitted free of . . .
charge. "This is hard to do when they're all big,"said a strawberry picker trying to fit

New bathroom facilities have been huge toppers onto a flat Wednesday morning. at the L.M. Norman farm on BC School Board Meeting
SR-22S in northern Bradford 7:00 P.M.
County. ,
in the cattle and
Just the biggest said Rosine Strickland Jc . .
building at the fairground complex on put ones on top busily handing out ... ---- -
US-301: north in Starke. A new rabbit tickets in exchange for flats of big juicy Sequoias. That's about the most plea- ...: TUEDA.LMARCtULBRADFORDCOUNTYZONtNG
sant problem a berry grower could have. ...1 '
The Normans picked 300 flats Wednesday from patch of Sequoias planted a ;,,\\.4: Board Meeting 7:30: p.m.
week earlier than most berries. The berries the BC CourthouseBRADFORDCOUNTY
are largest ever seen producedhere "" ..... ..... .
a fact attributed to watering that particular strawberry patch plus the I' <,. ;.r __h. _
$770, Blood cool days and nights which have allowed. the berries to "size up' before ripen ... ." WEDNEOgY a.A l".RI.j,
ing. FAIR
Berries are selling faster now than the Norman's them. .. .
can supply People Opens 11:00 a m.
Donated For Cindy' come by the field on SR-225 to buy berries and the'rest go to produce stores ... i' Rural-Urban Day
locally; not a load has gone even to Jacksonville. Chicken Dinner

$770 and 20 pints of blood were The cool wea ther just suits berries are ripening slowly, rather. a sudden turn .. i'iP i\ 12:00-1:00:

donated to little Cindy Countryman, for hot weather which would make the berries ripen all at once/ ,,, Donation:12rfMd
the 5-year-old New River girl who "We're better off this way," says Sandra Mrs. L.M.) Norman. ,. .: ,, ;: :'\'": ":"" :; :
faces a kidney transplant this summer The cool weather has delayed the full production predicted last week. Most
growers are not picking as much as the Normans. In fact, an adjacent patch at <
the Norman farm, planted a week later and not watered, is far behind the ber. .". .. ""' '' (f Wb4
"It was a real success. Without vies the Norman's were picking Wednesday morning. ." I ,
them it wouldn't have happened." Growers are talking about the superb quality of Bradford berries this year. ((904)) 782-3931: '
says Barbara Hollingsworth, a Conditions couldn't be better they say. I' HOMES LOTS ACREAGE
member of the Timberwolves CB Leon Norman, Buddy's father, said Wednesday morning he's never seen bet :\ AUTHORIZID DEALER '
Club which sponsored the 45-hour ter berries grown here. If the Norman patch had been planted two weeks earlier .. .. .. ---. ... ".. _.
fund raiser, of the many donations and watered even more, no! telling what the big Sequoias bushes would be like, GJf
which enabled the CB'ers to donateall the elder Norman said. demes.s'

money toward Cindy's medical ex- "Are these berries better than Plant City's?" asked Morris Carter, who. stopped Berry Picking... Log Home

penses. Mrs. Hollingsworth was by to look at the Norman operation, Sandra :Norman: hands out a ticket for another flat of beautiful Sequoia
referring to all the many persons who "A little bit," Norman reluctantly growled, after Carter voiced his question ftlraubrrrir just beginning to ripen' on the L.M. (Buddy) Norman farm on Hwy 301 N. P.O. Bon 1286
donated to the coffee break. several times. SR-225. lawtev f\\ 32098


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Page 2A TELEGRAPH March 2. 1981 '

New Money Handling Methods Adopted After Second Burglary of City ,Hall


A second burglary at Starke City Drawers beneath the utility payment r Monday's crime scene. The business Schaefer stated. The combinationsince ting procedures that are not now be- of cept Mayor the following Schaefer.'recommendations They include:
Hall within six weeks, in which money counter were pried open and an :office was closed all day Monday the February burglary to the ing followed for receiving and handl- Utility meter records and utility
was pilfered from the city clerk's office undetermined amount of cash and March 23,' to allow agents and police safe has been'changed the mayor ing public funds. Commissioner Bob- ledger cards will be locked
with no signs of forcible entry, some official records were taken according time to investigate the theft. The of- said. ''I' by Milner Jr., seconded the motion payments the city clerk's safe overnight.
caused city commissioners to adopt to McIntire. fice reopened at 8 a.m. Tuesday The commission !at the special and it was.approved by unanimousvote in All personal checks received us
some new money-handling measuresat March 24. meeting, voted to stop keeping partial of the commission.City will be
In the earlier burglary on Feb. 4 city payments immediately
a special meeting Monday, March utility payments in, city hall over-
Mayor-Commissioner Charles stamped "for deposit only" in the
23. officials reported more than$10,000 Clerk Merrill Edwards termedthe e-
mostly in checks had been pilfered Schaefer reported the pilfered money "a damn ty's bank account.All .
The latest burglary took place between from a locked walk-in safe, apparently was partial payments for utility bills Schaefer'told reporters he had instructed headache required but.procedure indicated he would receipts will be deposited j in, the
5 p.m. Friday March 20, and by a person who knew the combination. that have been kept in the file the'city clerk to stop the comply. Edwards, who completes 22 bank by 4 p.m.,daily.
8:30: a.m. Monday, March 23 when city The Florida Department of Law drawers. practice months ago as was recom- clerk this pointedout City Hall business office hours will
officials opened the clerk's office Enforcement is in charge of that There is no way of estimating how mended by city auditors but the practice years the as city events surrounding year the be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Monday Friday.
fur business. investigation called into (tie case by much money was pilfered because had not been stopped. burglaries have made him want to The office previously .opened at 11:10::
there has been no accounting made of
'Someone used a key or some other Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. leave the job but that the public
it, according to Schaefer. Vice-Mayor Jimmy Crosby, Jr. u.m.Mayor Schaefer will obtain cost
means to enter the clerk's office," Local police received assistance made a motion to approve an would accuse him of wrongdoing if he estimates for fireproof files and
Starke Police Officer Wayne K. McIn- from FDLE agents from the Jackson- Cash was in those drawers but was emergency order directing the city did UIIulal'Jn
tire sit id. ville crime laboratory in processing not taken during the first burglary clerk to follow state approved accoun- The board unanimously voted to ac- system.


II Reclassification for Industrial Park on US-301 South Up for Vote Tuesday Night by Zoning Board. B


The Bradford County Zoning and manufacturing plant is proposed for dustrial park. The tract is there for a Whitehead 'Ito divide the 26-acre add manufacture of prestressed con- Starke on the west side of SR-100 from
Planning Board will consider an intensive another 61':I-acre tract adjacent to the buffer zone to the subdivision. parcels for small businesses.A crete and an asphalt plant. Local at- open rural (OR) to neighborhood
commercial classification fora other, for which a CI classification is paved road will be built down the torney J.J. Wolbert told the zoning commercial <( 26-acre industrial park on US-301, necessary. The tract is on the east Newman and Whitehead presented center of the tract but the owners will board last month that at full develop- who operates Gordon Air-
one mile south of Starke, being soughtby side of US-301 in back of the burnedout plans of the proposed industrial parkto not dedicate it to the county, according ment the plant would have 63 Conditioning Company on the property.
Ronnie Newman and builder Scott restaurant Skeeter's Breakfast the residents as well as the zoning to Whitehead.The employees. Wolbert represents the The business was grandfathered in
Whitehead at its monthly board House and is just north of Deerwood 'board. That Feb. 24 discussion was entire 31-acre tract is now zon- builder of the concrete plant. and Gordon wants the change to pro
meeting Tuesday March 31, at 7:30 subdivision developed by cut: short by chairman Don Rardon ed OR. The proposed industrial park Other zoning parcels to be perly classify the property the
p.m.Whitehead Longchamp Inc. who told the Deerwood residents that will require a CI (Commercial Intensive presented to the zoning board include business is on according to the zoning
has a second proposal the zoning board was just allowing the ) classification for retail and sale : office.A .
slated to come up at the monthly proposed zoning change to be adver- outlets not of a neighborhood or .A proposed small shopping centeron proposed neighborhood conve
meeting in which a concrete Deerwood residents appeared at tised. The proposed reclassificationfrom general commercial nature. Pleasant Grove section to be nience store and fast food franchiseby
last month's board meeting and were open rural (OR) to intensive developed by Ira Hudson on a 'j acre Joseph A. Scanlon on a 2-ucre tract
vocal in their desire to see that commercial (CD> will be considered An I classification, for a concrete tract ">i mile west of CK-16 off NW three miles north of Starke m the
Hospital. .. developer Whitehead's plans include Tuesday night.Whitehead plant, is being sought for the 61 -acre 25th Avenue single family residentialand west side of US-301 just south of (the
nothing that will disturb their residen- is reported to be in the tract. mobile home RSF-MH to Underwood Motel from open rural
(From Page 1A) tial tract separated by some 300 feet process of buying the entire 31-acre Plans call for a ready-mix concrete neighborhood commercial <( or two' down the road. He said, of timber from the proposed in- tract from Newman. Plans call for manufacturing plant and eventually -A 'a-acre tract S'x: miles south of (CNI.)
"Everybody would have to work

hospital.together" rather In outlining than Methodist just the City Zoning Mix-Up Complicates Sale of Bessent Road Parcel |1

plans for a new facility here at a
previous meeting Drewa said he
would hope to get a site donated for Reclassification of a 270-foot( ween the Presbyterian Church and Opposition to the change from RI-A retire to. Ted Lane,speaking for Ship- man Reddish concurred with the motion -
the new hospital and would expect stretch of property on Bessent Road Mimosa Drive was classified BP on to BP came from U.S. Coast GuardLt. man, spearheaded a drive to either to table Vice-Chairman Walter
some help in financing through just off SR-230 has been tabled whilean the land use map when the propertywas Colonel Wayne Shipman who delay a decision or wait until Shipmancan Westcott. who pointed out the zoning/
private donations. interpretation of zoning regula rezoned last year. lives just across Bessent Road and be present himself. regulation under question, and Claire
When asked by board member tions Is sought by the Starke Zoning Powell reported to the zoning board just west'of the property in question. After some 90 minutes of discussion Capps dissented.. .
Lucille Green if Methodist would be Board. that Longchamp and Terwillegarhave Shipman unable to be present, wrote zoning board member Joe
willing to put up its assets for col- Property is question is owned by the placed a binder on the property the zoning board that he and his wife Williams moved to table the matter One oil producing plat
lateral to secure a building loan, Powell Estate, being handled by local owned by his family. picked their Bessent Road property toThursday. J until next meeting. Julius I form for the deep waters off
Drewa "I'm not realtor and heir W.C. (Bill)) Powell. seconded. and the motion to tale the Norwegian/ Continent!
bonded indenture replied would allow sure it."our Plans are for the property to be soldto parse d ..1'..... M',.y P e t era',.". and Cha,.._. Shelf costs S2 billion
School MenusSouthsrde
Several who Longchamp Builders and realtor Lunch
persons appeared ear
ly to sit in on the discussion of proposals Cecelia Terwillegar for developmentof : ;Starke: Lawley_ cookie' and Jlu._,n.._..
were told by Sanders that it apartments; the parcel is adjacentto Hampton, Brooker Elementary Apr. 2: Spaghetti w/meat Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S., D.C.
Bradford Villas already owned by
was a workshop session and no one sauce cheese stix, tossed salad,
would be allowed to remain "exceptthe Longchamp and Terwillegar and was and Bradford Middle French bread pear pie and milk. Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D. c.
press." once all part of the Powell Estate. Schools: Friday Apr. 3: Tuna salad sandwich
\\hen Guy Andrews a strong supporter Starke zoning regulations, board March 30Apr.3Monday whole kernel corn lettuce &
of Alachua General's proposal, member Walter Westcott pointed out ( Mar. 30: Sausage rice &: tomato mixed fruit, butterscotch Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
said the hospital was built and sup- Tuesday night, state that if more than tomato gravy, blackeyed peas, squares, and milk. P
ported in part by taxpayers' money 50 percent of the lot area of a parcel is fruit cup, cheese rolls and milk.
and inquired if the Sunshine Law did zoned for a certain use such as BP Tuesday. Mar. 31: Fried chicken ALACARTEMomlay North
not require an open meeting the the entire parcel should be designatedthe mashed potatoes &: gravy but- Mar. 30: Hamburgers, pizza SR-21
board's attorney, Richard Welty, said same. tered green pea,lime jello w/ ruit French fries, milkshakes. Shops Suite 5
'There is some question about An interpretation of that regulation & whipped topping, hot rolls and Tuesday. Mar. 31: Hamburgers Keystone
whether the Sunshine Law applies to found on Page 31 of the city zoning milk. cheeseburgers French fries,onion Phone 473-3604
this type of board." He added code under "Special Provisions for Wednesday, Apr. I Hamburger rings milkshakes.
however that a closed session wasdesired Lots Divided by District Boun- gravy buttered rice green beans Wednesday, Apr. I: Cheeseburgers,
by the chairman and his daries." applesauce biscuits and milk.-, pizza onion rings, French fries Hours 9 a.m. 1\d.pmu6; P,\W.nw- l ll
An interpretation of the regulationsis :: "' '';I"t? n..1>"o.
\\ishes would be complied with. Thursday ApF.Tzr'Ffsh portiq'nscheese milkshakes.
being sought from city attorney grjt8r turnip. greibs Thursday 'A'pr1.1' izn Hamburgers .. I Mon, ". ."Tues.. ,.,. \}{gdyBCr.Frsmn l !! 918 astefr l w.
11.1. .
North '.11''" .
and frpm the \ banana, conjbi ltfMcoIl1"mj".t' ... "*>w t. nldaliova
I Central/-Florida CotinCili4bwhich ; fWursctays
COUNTY Tns1RAOfQIn'L ;L. : '1 Planning Friday, Apr. 3:Managers Choice. milkshakes. 9 a. m.-l p.m.
TEIEGPAPNPubll.h.d.v.ry drew up the zoning code says Friday. Apr. 3: Hamburgers French
Thursdayat Chairman Drew Reddish. It may be Bradford High SchoolREGULAR I fries, pizza, milkshakes. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
13*W.Call Stroat
unnecessary for the zoning to
Stark. Florida' 32091 I
vote on the change. Reddish says.
The sale of the property, adjacentto March 30-Apr.. 3 .
Second Cla.poitag p.ld.t the Bradford Villas property and Monday. Mar. 30: Boiled beans .
Stark.Flo'doS"bclptlon' with its west corner of Mimosa Drive w/rice, spiced ham slice, turnip ,
was down to the wire when it was greens, cornbread, peach half,
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7 Earn Straight-A's' : at BDS ;.1

1. Seven]ci\| some liWO JtudeAts at .Juniors : :7 Wise is enrolled 1.1 advanced English

Bradford High less t than 7/10th of one\ .Karen Thorpe daughter of Mr. algebra II, modern science French I,
percent earned sttaight-A's for the geography, and PE.
and Mrs. Robert of Starke.
fourth Thorpe
ended I March six-week 2. grading, period which Miss Thorpe is enrolled in advanced A-B' Honor Roll:
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: American advanced Seniors' Catherine
An history Davis Lynette
additional BUS
students, 4.8 American literature art 1, sociology Hamilton Elizabeth Hodges, Melissa
percent of the
.A's and B's.student The Juniors body,-headed earnedall geometry and human development. Mayo, David Sparks Dale Underhill.

the Honor Roll by placing 17 students Freshmen Juniors: Tony Anderson Tammy
the sophomores 12, freshmen 11, and Timothy Gonzalez son of Mr. and Barnes, Beatrlx Cummings, Stacey
seniors 6.StraightA. Mrs. Albert Gonzalez of Starke. Gon- Denmark Tammy Denton Edward
students are: zalez is enrolled in advanced English, Hall,i Teresa Harley Alan Hedding
Seniors'1'" PE, Spanish I, algebra II, world Valerie Hightower Gina Lane Randy .
Parado Julie Pendarvis Shelby --- -
geography and modern science
Sherra MotCvaleWctorfan'of;' ( the methods. Sellers, Ronda Stern Robin Tatum Top Academic Students at BUS...
Class of 1981 and the daughter of Mr. Michelle Kimutis daughter of Mr. Wendall Tomlinson, Barbara Wike. valedictorian 01'he Class of W; Jonathan Joh-non.Julee
and Mrs. Kenneth Mott of Kingsley and Mrs. Edward F Kimutis of Sophomores: Susan Alvarez, Edward Earning stralght-A's for the fourth six-weeks at Brad- Wise. Michelle Kimutis, Karen Thorpe and Faith
Lake. Sherra( enrolled in advanced Starke. Miss Kimutis is enrolled in Crews, Thomas Crosby Marla ford High were ((l-r) Timothy Gonzalrz.' Sherra Mott. Roberts.

English"12, geometry applied math algebra II, geography, PE, chorus Darley Lori A. Flynn Beth Francis
chorus humanities" and individual.. advanced English, and modern Kim Lawson. Stuart Pauley Daniela
music study: science. Rigby, Deborah Roark Robin Stern
Mrs.Jonathan Frank Johnson Johnson, son of of Mr. and Faith Roberts, daughter of W.T. Charlotte Colev.Freshmen Clay Co-op Annual Meeting Today
Keystone Lott and Ray Lott of Melrose. Miss : Bernie Akridge Gwen -
Heights. Johnson is enrolled in family Roberts is enrolled in geographymodern Brown Michael Christmas, Le Ann
living book tfe&ingi, English!: 12, fun science band advancedEnglish Flynn, Cheryl Furrow Lari Ann Officials at Clay electric Co-op expect made from the floor during the the past week Chicken will go in the
damentals or nomtf'economics, law and PE. Johns Steve Marshall, Cheryl Reid some 9.000 to crowd into comp voting.( vats before daylight to be ready for
education and.1'," advanced physical Julee Wise daughter of Mr. and 'Theresa Ricks Michelle Stilwell eights headquarters in Keystone Coop employees have been pain- guests at noon. The big tent was I
education. on SH-100
Mrs. Wallace Wise of Starke. Miss Timothy Thornton. today (Thursday annual ting and sprucing up headquarters for erected Tuesday.
.. March 26) for the 43rd

Starke Elementary School NewsMrs. meeting.A full day' of music speeches, II'': __ o_= -== "= .._ .
reports, door prizes and fun beginningat
9 a.m. lasting until7 has been
.Nolln's 1st Grade Gary Don Brewer Kelly Murray are: milk meat, fruit vegetable and for the meeting which will
The following students made all A's John Dempsey Nikita Reed and bread, cereal Ask your student highlight a visit by Rhea Chiles, wife I' I I
,for the 4th six weeks: Andrea Hewett, What is the 3-2-4-4 way? of Florida Senator Lawton Chiles;
Deana Holiday and Adelle Kuhn. Carla Stephens. Special Recognition goes to the
for four members to fill
Perfect attendance: Corey Griffin, voting co-op
4th following students for their
Perfect attendance for the raising
the Board of Trustees
Brewer and Frankie Rizer. positions on ;
class grade Kim Crawford
Anita : Christine '
Alldredge 1'1'v" -- "'
period: Rodney ''
and entertainment the
singing by na-
in'March Nikita Reed
Birthdays : ,
Anders Nicole Johnson Michelle
Black Shannon Elliott Gros
Julius Harden Clyde Desue and Kersey. Traci Charles tionally known gospel singing group ,
Andrea Hewett Deana Holiday
The Cathedral free chicken
Quartet a
Elissa Hollingsworth Adelle Kuhn Lashawn McCray, Hamilton Cleve Hankerson Randall 1
lunch and over 100 prizes to be given _
Tammy Lynn Mobley, Renee Quinn Mrs.McClelland's 5th Grade Polk. Chad Reddish Chad Tennant. away after the business session. I I
and April Rutty. The science classes are finishing a Angela Ball Felicia Davis Melina Mrs. Chiles will represent her hus-
unit on Nutrition. They have learnedthe Davis Vicky Goodowns, Janet Kennedy -
band the of the
as keynote speaker
Barber Polk Sherry Mack Stephanie :
8 leader nutrients niacin Rigby
day. Senator Chiles, who had been the
To Represent SE thiamine riboflavin calcium protein Cindy Griffis Allyson Thompson
announced speaker of the day will be
In County Bee iron vitamin A, vitamin C and r.eggie Leverson Jonathan Rowe unable to attend the meeting.
Underhill, Shannon Binder
have learned the 4 food where Jimmy
Mike Barber at groups Two candidates for election to the
champion speller and Alaina Manning.
these nutrients can be found. These
SE and Randall Polk, runner-up will Board of Trustees are running unop-
represent Starke Elementary in the posed.They are Thomas L. Malphurs,
bee District 4, and Floyd Gnann District
county-wide spelling Monday Community News
March, at 10 a.m. in the school ad- 6.
Sam Hogg, incumbent and O.C 1
ministration huiluina on N. Temple
by Elizabeth Walker begin at Williams Temple in Carnes are vying for the position from
Ave. in:Starke. of Mr. phone)M4-6i83(; Gainesville. Tuesday 6-7 Prayer. Immediately District 2 while Susan Surrency *
Barber grade 5, is the son :
and Mrs. Winston Barber of Starke. Card of Thanks: The family of the after Prayer Bible Band. Reeves incumbent and Paul Joyce jistarikt : .
Polk grade 5, is the son of Mr. and late Anna Randolph take this oppor-- Greater Allen Chapel A.M.K. will be up for election for the post
Mrs. Glen Polk who live off Morgan tunity to thank the many friends for Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. representing District 3. Also Repafrjaiiif Remocleliof
Road north of :Starke.Editor's ; their many-acts of kindness duringthe There will be a program presented by Nominations for additional candidates
illness and death of their loved the Missionaries at 11 a.m. All from each district may be
f note: The following news one. May God Bless each of you. The members are asked to cooperate.
was Inadvertently left out of lastS Family. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap-
! week's school news. We apologize for tist Church: Each Tuesday, 7:30: p.m. '
' this. Church Activities Prayer Meeting.,Wednesday McKay Freezer Filled withmoney
i Mrs.Gay's 3rd Grade New Bethel Baptist Church: and Dee's Circle will meet at Mrs. Win a
.' This ,week's Super Spellers are: Wednesday 7 pm. Prayer Meetingwas Allen's home. Blye Circle will meet at
:, ', 0 held at the home of Jennie Mary McCloud, home. Thursday
S Paul Cameron TV-4 Sewell. Story Hour at the church. Friday 6:30:
Saturday 2 p.m. Rev. Simmons is pm the Junior Choir and the Junior
\ To Speak April 9 asking all Deacons and Trustees to Ushers will meet. Saturday is work ESTABLISHED 1904
At Kiwanis Banquet meet for a board meeting at the day at the church. Sunday is Educa-
i church. March 28. Friday, April 3, 8 tion day. Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
f Paul Cameron sports s caster for pm. all members are asked to meet Morning Worship, 11 a.m. The
I Channel 4 TV (WJXT) in Jackson- for a board meeting. speaker will be Mrs. Juanita Carter.
!t vole,will be the featured speaker at a Sunday the following churches will Mr. A.C. Carter will speak at 6 p.m. SERVING
_ Kiwanis Club of Starke banquet, observe the fifth Sunday Union at 5tp, .John Missionary. Baptist OVER 150 STORES THE SOUTHT
Thursday;-April 9, at1 the-" Olusteeat'Je'rusalem"BaptisfChurch.S I Church: Ministers .and DeaconUnion.,7:30

I Western Steer. { o t.. 'H ,a va A.:\ lmmons, pastor: 2 ; am..Friday Maxch.274aey.v.wtllle .: '
Tickets are limited'to loofantf itV EBezerHSr5:!: : New Bethel, Antioch J Huff nanSpgak, :w,-March\ \ "
_ available at Western Steer, 964-8061; Calvery and St. John. 28,Saturday Youth Night at 7:30 p.m.
Denmark Furniture 964-5403; Davis Education Day will be observed by Sunday School, 10 a.m.. Church Ser- .
1 Monk & Farnsworth (Eddie Mt. Moriah and Pleasant Grove vice 11:30: a.m. Pleasant Grove Bap- .NOTICE"JiJi
* Douglas), 964-7404; Jordan Agency United Methodist Churches Sunday. tist, Old Town Fla, Rev. L. Singleton
964-5237; Bob Milner 964-6904, or aska Each church will conduct .Sunday speaker. 2:30: p.m., Mt. Eliah Baptist
Kiwanis member. Price (Is $7 per School. After Sunday School Mt. Church, Evanston Fla. Rev. J.D. ,I,
person, including a steak dinner and Moriah will join with Pleasant Grovein Mosley, speaker. Bible Class and
an evening showing the Kiwanis the Education program. prayer meeting each Wednesday at :e"I
Club's involvement with Special Church of God In Christ: Saturday, 6:30: p.m. Easter practice Monday, (from
Olympics in'Bradford County. March 28, the Fifth Sunday Union will March 30 at 5:30: p.m. i Y'ellow Tag People Who

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l'age4A TELEGRAPH March 26.1981

Leo r {ia-Pacifis Tdif.f/scip;: on on Santa Fe Swamp for Peat (Fuel)


Threatened sale of Hudson & grin I lot of money on it."He disagrees with use this, will it have any detrimental
5,316 acres of the : Pulp Paper Company, a was an additional 90 days to I "
huge Santa Fe Swamp north of little subsidiary of Georgia-Pacific Corporation make its fil81.S! on.Primaty Houseal that the swamp is an Impor- affect on surrounding areas.

Santa f'e Lake has sparked renewed obtained a 110-day: option purpose; 'for 80.1f' FtQetlt8 tant recharge area stating that environmental The Georgia-Pacific official says
effort for its purchase under theslate's dated Nov. 26, 1980 to purchase.the buying the 9 consultants have determined the muck is 90 percent water
swamp ,
tract for $456 total wetlands, according to Bill McVicker, that the swamp is not a water
environmentally endangered an acre, a of woodlands but this can be reduced to 30 to 50 per
lands program for which Governor $2,424,006. On March 10 the company manager for GeorgiaPacific's ARKR.a recharge area since the muck is so cent water after being squeezed and
lob Graham is seeking $300 million filed its intent, in the Bradford County Southern Division in thick and impermeable. He also dried. "The use of peat for fuel .
over the next ten years. courthouse, to exercise the option and Augusta Ga., is to harvest peat in the declares that only a small northern to be environmentally and appears
'swamp for use as fuel for power portion of the swamp serves as a "
generation. A secondary purpose ss+uaot1AIMLSY1Llt watershed for the Santa Fe River, economically feasible. according to
., would be harvesting usable timber in A ,and only a small part of the southern McVicker, who says this fuel burns
'the swamp which has long been considered part serves as a watershed to Santa cleaner than coal. 'There has been a
impenetrable and too inac- ; was Fe Lake. lot of interest from the utility people,"
ebiTORiA1S 1.cessible for a profitable Umber opera- he added, "but most of them back
J 1 l tion. n an 'However, we're going to make away for the simple reason you can't
sure we pass all the environmental tie up an adequate supply.
,. Georgia-Pacific is now operating a impact requirements with the state in
--U ....m I.,. plywood mill in the Hawthorne area order to use the property" McVicker An inventory by the North Central
I which may be a factor in its interestin says. "Before we get ourselves involved Regional Planning Council in 1973

the swamp. we want to make sure we described the swamp as "good
The Hospital Decisionnot Efforts to persuade the state to pur- have the answers to these questions." wildlife and waterfowl habitat" and
chase the swamp date back to 1974 this agency also recommended its
when it could have been bought for "The land would remain as a purchase by the state as an important
$250( an acre, about half the present wetland" McVicker added. "I can wetlands and recharge area. A
f\ major change in the only in actual miles and price. Although recognized as an im- assure you that we have really been similar resolution was adopted by the
management and operation of travel time-an important fac- portant recharge area for the Florida studying it. Our concern is that if we Bradford County Commission in 1977.Don't .

a vital facility -- one that is tor, of course--but also the em- Aquifer and the headwaters of the end of LittTe Santa Fe Lake. "This
lose to the hearts and significant Santa Fe River, a tributary to the "
pathy that exists with our would ruin our lakes, Hill declares.
Suwannee River, the was
in the lives of the citizensof swamp
neighbor to the south through
given a low priority on the state's endangered
Bradford County was close associations with its lands list because it was not Strong support for state purchase of

made Monday night. The community college, university believed to be endangered by develop the swamp of the was Suwannee also voiced River by Water directors -

Bradford County Hospital and cultural ment or other commercial exploi-
opportunities, Management District at their
tation at that time.
Board of Trustees voted to as well as knowledge of the meeting in Live Oak last Thursday.

award management of the outstanding backgrounds and Since that time, due to the shortageof
thirty-year-old facility to a activities of the persons now funds and scandals due to mis- Kirk Webster,district's directorof r't tc'J
dose and trusted neighbor management in the endangered lands resources and planning says that
serving on the AGH board of
program, little effort has been madeto opening up the swamp woulpro-
Alachua General Hospital of trustees. get state action in acquiring the bably have a direct impact on the lake '

Gainesville.As Another factorassumingthere tract. and the river.In !

may be expected in the is a need for a new and Interest has zoomed recently a recent letter in support of the

case of any major change af- larger hospital in Bradford however, due to rumors and final Lake Dwellers efforts Gene Houseal, fv ,
fecting the lives and employ-- County--was the precisenessof confirmation of an impending sale. water resource planner with the ,

ment of a considerable the AGH plan for achievingsuch Property owners on Santa Fe Lake, "Water Management District, said,
feel about the '
.we strongly
number of people, some a goal. This would entail troubled by another threat to their en- ecological very and environmental

(qualms and some concerns the backing of Alachua vironment are arming themselveswith significance of the Santa Fe Swamp

were expressed by membersof General's A-rated credit for petitions and force political pressurein which is important to the water /r./ k :
to state
an attempt action to
the hospital staff in the area the issuance of tax free bondsto obtain the land or protect it from com- resources of the area for a number of

of benefits, and personnel build the multi-million mercial exploitation by Georgia- reasons.

jiolicies which have been im- dollar facility with no relianceon Pacific or any other purchaser.
"Because there are no Interior
lived during the past three future tax levies by Brad- Harold Hill, leader of the Santa Fe roads or easy ,access, the swamp '

ears of management by ford County. The Methodist Lake Dwellers Association which has prevails as pristine wetlands in an "
Methodist Foundation, Inc., of plan was less well defined successfully fought another environ- area of encroaching development.The :2 ::

Jacksonville. mentioning possible gift of a mental threat from a proposed natural storage area of the
the west side of Santa
development on
These resolved site for the proposed new swamp can help accommodate flood-
concerns were
Fe Pass, says the company could not
with the assurance of hospital, and also public harvest the peat without also remov- waters and serves as a recharge area. _
Alachua General spokesmenthat subscriptions (donations) for ing the trees. "They have to clear all In addition, the swamp has a strong

all such benefits would financing some part of the vegetation,and that would mean total impact on the water quality of the adjoining -
construction. destruction of the swamp. This is bodies of water. For these
iiiniiiiue uninterrupted and worse than just harvesting the reasons, along with other related

undiminished. Meetings are "I think we can get a new timber. Once they dig out the peat, facts, the District has r
being held with the staff this hospital much quicker if we go i you'll just" have a barren, wasted conclusion that the Santa reached Fe Swamp the _
mudhole, Hill declared.Hill .
\.eek' wherein AGII management with Alachua General I," one is a valuable ecological resource

will give detailed trustee.commented in the pre- and his group are also opposedto Houseal wrote I

assurances and reply to any vote discussion. '1 1I any draining of the swamp in orderto
concerns expressed by i I obtain access to the trees because, McVicker says his company wantsto
members of the BC1I staff. Another appealing gestureof I they believe, this would necessitate get the environmental issue of us- Laugh It. Gets 90. LlP. .
good faith was the offer of ::onstruetmR\ ..a/dike across the north ing the land "aired before we spend a
Any concern that might Alachua General's board to mwujiuJim w:>)on to i :i. ." .
on,!I. 111: J'1I' 7115Y'1&j.1.i ,, Diane Weakottjs
hive been! held trustees of UuiI.Ied.with her new.Microcar that gets 00 miles' per
by lend the Bradford facility ,.< :..II', x gallon and runs about 30 miles per hour as she scoots about Starke.

!tin hospital or the public $150,000 for immediate capital Mrs. Westcott can get a full load of groceries or her three kids inside the

about "loss of local control" of expenditures, including roof County Agents cellophane wrapped 3-wheeled mo-ped.( It operates Just like a moped you
the hospital were also J laid to and air conditioning equip- By pedal it to start the engine.

ivst( at Monday's workshop by ment. The bike: can be ridden sans cover, but Mrs. Westcott, a horticulture
the explanation of AGH of- Notebook Bobby teacher at the vo-tech center, says it felt pretty good on cool mornings this
week to have the
top on.
tiouls of the new corporate Although the BCII board Taylor The two-cylinder engine holds two gallons of gas with the oil mixed in.

structure which I\il1leave the had n originally planned to '.- : s The car was bought from Mo-Ped City in Gainesville for $2,000. Mrs.
111\!< al board autonomous in the awara me management con- Westcott first tried out a $400 bicycle which had a platform she could have'
upwation of Bradford County tract on April 30, by mutual The next two to three weeks will be like nematodes insects, overwatering put her small children on but it was too hard to pedal with all the weight in

agreement it was decided busy times for-manyfolks who will disease, or physical injury to the
Hospital.While that, in the interest of a have spring crop*"and gardens. Last roots during cultivation.
that the minute soil preparations should be front.FORESTRY
admitting smooth transition it
would be
and seed should be for
over ready Much of this problem can be avoid.
hospital has made significant beneficial I both to Alachua
planting. ,. ed by using the right amount of the
improvements, both in equipment General and to Methodist to n"5:: .r' right kind of fertilizer; and using one a ',Mark Fries t
as well as employee make the final decision Mon- Don't forget that seed '(or plants for of the acceptable techniques for ap- I IN BRADFORD COUNTY"ary/ L:.,'/': ;
brnehts since entering into a day night. transplanting) are the most impor- plication. One technique is to broad- 11 \ J8.F \fn\
management contract with tant consid rations' when' growing a cast the fertilizer over the entire "
With the crucial decision crop. All thWrgowrsoil preparation, garden area and work it into the soil
years ago. behind them the trustees can fertilizer irrigation or;'other produCtion by spading, chopping, disking, rakingor As Florida's flowering n JfU'
other considerations\ apparently practic# ?kiu&j>ot maka-up for a rototilling. This method, while effective shrubs burst into and Other plants which should! not betaken
( influenced the now turn their attention to the poor quality seed, or a seed that does is somewhat wasteful since many a homeowner spring,! blpssoms, are those which are protected
l ustees in deciding to cast real objective that is the not have th(tinheteht> ,ability to pro some fertilizer ends up out of the root transplant some of theseb4uties:is )tempted l to by Florida law because they arejrare
their lot with AGH. Among number one concern-- duce. Makmslifg! that you plant the zone of the plants. his own yard. >t *- -" or endangered. The penalty for
best seed orplant that is available to removing or transporting of tHese
providing expanded top-flight any
these were: hospital facilities to, meet the you. Another technique is to broadcastthe This is a'_way to li9'ipijy 1 he :Without/ ,specific written permissioncan
Proximity A feeling of fertilizer; in a swath about 2 feet beauty and value of homes but be a fine or jail term. 'q'a
present and projected growthof Good seed may mean the difference wide down each row center and then gardeners should take some-precautions I ',1
closeness with Gainesville, our service area. between success and failure in your working it into the soil.A third techni- before digging them out 6f the
garden. Buy good seed from a reliable que is to place the fertilizer in bandsor woods' Law Enforcement
dealer. For some crops, seed may be furrows located on either side of i ,.. ,
saved from one's own garden, but for the seed furrow. Getting; the owners'ermiasjon i
I Fire! Fire! many other vegetables saving seed is should be the first step before collecting Consolidation
impractical. Perhaps the best technique is the trees and shrubs. Manjvlan- '
combination method where about downers would be willing hare Is
The Temporary Council, held at the board's first Mon- Plant varieties of vegetables which one-half the fertilizer is broadcastedover their wild plants with others''to.c and$ will Rotary TopicTax

of day in have been tested and found to be the entire area before planting grant permission. But it is important
i imposed representatives meeting May adapted to- your.area..,Vegetables and the other half is banded to the to give them the opportunity to tell savings by the partial con-
.it all fire departments in the Many questions remain to resistant to pests' and tolerant of sides at planting time. As the garden you what and where you may collect. solidation of city and county law en-
(county that will be affected by be answered in the intervening adverse weather conditions are much grows, additional fertilizer; may be Taking plants from someone's property forcement agencies were outlined by
!the proposed fire tax district, easier to grow successfully than those needed. Such applications are called without permission might land St. Augustine city manager P.E..
has prepared a five-year weeks--questions such as that are not.: sidedressings since the fertilizer'Is .you a stiff fine. Kinsey at the Starke Rotary Club.
planf how the money will be placed to the side of the plants,and at March 18.
> proposed needs, totaling allocated and disbursed to pay Of course, it is a privilege enjoyedby the edge of the root zone. At times it may be difficult to locate The speaker defined double taxa-
4600.000( for the five year for the needs of the individual gardeners to try varieties which the landowner but remember that all tion as what happens when two
period, requiring an expenditure have proven themselves elsewhere land is owned by someone. Nearby separate governments levy taxes on
departments what kind of
and''which may do well in their residents businesses or local tax of- the same property to the
of $120,000 in district people
contracts will be negotiatedwith gardens. However, many gardeners .I 1 I Servicemen I I fices can help provide information to pay for the same services.The "big
;ax funds per year. the incorporated cities in ar..cheating themselves of the best about who owns the land in question. bucks" in double taxation occur in

the county (excluding Starke) possible results by continuing to grow Large tracts of land two areas law enforcement and
often owned
Sgt. Daniel
inferior varieties without ever testing P.Rund road and
The first year's equipment whose residents did not voteon suggested varieties. by absentee owners,business or local, St. funding.Kinsey said.
budget includes the purchaseof the special fire tax district Air Force Staff state or federal governments. Once it and Augustine is now considering the
Sgt.Daniel P. Rund pros cons of consolidating its law
is determined
eight fully equipped fire ballot and therefore will not One of the most common problems ton of retired Air Force Senior call who the owner is, a enforcement services and the city
trucks at a total of $390,000 to be taxed for same, but will we.:have is improper fertilization, or Master Sgt. and Mrs. Elmer Rund of phone required permission.or letter may provide the manager said the outcome is still in

be paid for by an allocation of have to be included in fire fertilizer burn in many of our home Keystone Heights, has arrived for du doubt. He estimated that about four
protection gardens. This injury usually results in at mills
ty Buckley Air
National Guard city taxes would be saved
$65,000 per year for six years. plans, and other equally browning and die-back of the ends ,Base, Colo. Division of Forestry Director John the proposed consolidation. by
This and other proposed expenditures important matters. and margins of leaves. Severe burn Bethea says that people sometimes Kinsey said that the sheriff of each
would come from results in death of the plants. Of Rund, an air traffic: controller, was assume that because state and Florida county is responsible for en-
the $120,000 per year expectedto The movement to have an course there are other things that previously assigned at Elmendorf. Air federal property is bought and main- forcing state laws "on inch of
tained with every
tax dollars
outside can,4iso cause leaf-margin Force Base, Alaska. taxpayersmay
be received from the one- impartial agency browning use it as they see fit. property in the county including
mill tax levied'in the draw up a countywide fire n municipalities. Therefore, the plan
specialfire being advocated in St.
protection plan was apparently "This simply is not the "' he Augustine proposes
tax district in the unincorporated to reduce the size of the police I
abandoned because of the : said. "Legally there is no difference
of by
areas the county, limiting its duties to
estimated $8,000 cost-but this ; ,. .. MIMSM in taking a tree or shrub from a state- the enforcement
which favored in straw city ordinances
a 5i/oao, owned forest and removing one from
cost is negligible when only turning over enforcement of
com- .
ballot last fall. in front of the State
with the Capitol.State and state statutes within the city to the
pared expenditure of mi&gr Federal land is
provided for air
4 the sheriffs office.
It is considered that $600,000 by the various 1i;
likely depart people and it is therefore protected so Kinsey said the sheriff budget
the Temporary Council s proposal ments, each doing its own l ESTABLISHED ItTtOB that each generation may enjoy It." might have to be increased if this is

will come before the planning, over the next five done, but there would be a net savings

County Commission for approval years. i.ItJ ( O.PUGUSOM JOHN M.MIUIR,"Orbtldi.nI" attention Once permission should be is granted careful because reduction of the police
at its first Monday given to the typesof department would more than offset
We hope these matters are plants collected. Plants which look the increased expense of the sheriff's
meeting in April. If the Com- i"-w--' ..rN..a..M..r___ beautiful in one setting not do office.
mission adopts the special fire given the attention they ",1, e ._..>!.._<.A.t.._..I i r 9 well in another. A tree collected may froma 'The k.r said that sheriffs and
tax district ordinance as deserve before the fire tax ..... damp shady area for example, their deputies
proposed :f. ;,; a public hearing will be ,district is finally im- 'j' ,5'. i' ___III.1.v."o P.'...........- do poorly trained in law enforcement than city
-- _..- transplanted. into a dry. sun
set on the issue, and possibly plemented. .. :' ." > ny spot. professional police departments job.I and do a more

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March 2&. 1981 TELEGRAPH Page IAr.
t April Fun Trip

Retired Planned Teachers By B-U rYlte ffJodal f1JideJl

.v "N tritlon and Your Health'; was

"the: topic used by Alicia M. Homrich,
Bradford County Extension. Home
Economics Agent, as she spoke to the J".1fJ".Iil
1v ._Bradford-Union Retired Teachers
Association at their luncheon meetingon II/ ]

Thursday March; 19, at the Brad- Society l.'J/+i>, /J A
I ford County"?School, Administration /fly e u ,eUJ f
I building. 964. 760lf I
I The tables 'were decorated with

I pansles and.shamrocks. A beautiful. ..
azaleas centered me -
I arrangement of
: buffet table from which a delicious
I covered' ,luncheon served.
dish was Mel
xMrs. L.A'. Canova Rave the devotional Beth Doland Charms Appreciative Wilhite
:'.':ending, with a prayer. Presents Solo Program
Dr. Dwight Hunter District Direc-
; tor of Florida Retired Teachers Audience at Voice RecitalMiss Tonight at MethodistMel
Association, and Dr. William Gager Wilhite, music director at St.
Assistant State Director of National Paul Methodist Church in Jacksonville -
with her beautiful sta her
Beth Boland soloist, with ge presence,
Retired ''Teachers Association explained will present a solo recital in the
the organization of the Tommy Bryant, accompanist, artistic interpretation, adequate last of the Faith-in-the-Arts concert
""'t. .,Florida State and National AS8ocla"tions presented a voice recital and eveningof technique and most pleasing tone series,tonight,Thursday,at 7 p.m., in
.4" and the importance of the local music at the Starke Woman's Club quality. Tommy Bryant, pianist provided the First United Methodist Church.Mr. .
most sympathetic and artistic
units on Saturday night. Wilhite will wide
to these. sing a spectrum
'. Miss Boland daughter of Mr. and accompaniment throughout the pro-
Mrs. Mona Canova, Mrs. Muriel from classical to gospel music.
Mrs. Ernest P. Boland of Athens,Ga., gram. He delighted the audience with
Uorman, Mrs. Leona Royal and Mrs. Following the recital there will boa
wwd4 t Blanche Howard and granddaughter of Mrs. H.L. the performance of Sonetto 104 del reception in the church Fellowship
." were appointed as a
ommittee to "fun for Speer of Starke, is a senior voice student Petrarca by Liszt between two groupsof Hall
: plan a trip"
\pril. of Cheryl Boyd at the Universityof Miss Boland's arias. At the requestof The public is invited to attend
'J' Georgia.The the audience Mr. Bryant played the
) Officers for 1981-82 were elected:
president, Mrs. A. Russell Norman stage was decorated with arrangements Warsaw Concerto during the recep-
; tion. He has been selected for
'I'r'. of pink azaleas and a
Mrs. Watson
i vice-president, Georgia ;
4 Rotary International graduate
i Mrs. L.A. dogwood in pedestal baskets.
Canova recording secretary Mrs. W.H. Thomson president of fellowship to study piano in Vienna Baby Shower Honors
; corresponding secretary,
Of"r',-' Mrs. Marcus Howard; treasurer, the Woman's Club introduced the Austria next year. Mrs. Merv Jackson
Miss Mary Faulkner. These officers soloist Miss Boland and her accompanist At the candlelight reception the din- And Baby DaughterMrs.
r.. r will be installed at the Tommy Bryant and welcomed ing table held an arrangement of spr-
May meeting.
the guests. Mrs. Thomson also in- ing flowers in pastel colors. Hostesseswere Mervin Jackson and baby
vited guests to the reception following Beth's aunts Mrs. RA. Green daughter Meredith, born Feb. 4th,
the program.Miss Jr., assisted by her daughters, were honored at a lovely baby shower
Miss Brenda Roberts Boland's program consisted of Melanie and Cathy and Mrs. GJ. Tuesday, March 10 at the home of
.", .. four art songs from the works of McGriff Jr. Mrs. Curtis G. Sanders Mrs. Wilbur Waters on West Madison
-, -"""" -- --- =- ; '--J<:>Sl'\j[ ;;a Luncheon HonoreeMiss Hahn Liszt and Strauss, six arias served punch. St. Co-hostess was Mrs. Harry Hat-

l' Brenda Roberts bride-elect from the operas by Floyd, Giannini Lex Green III and Lex Sanders cher III.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Howe. Jr. handed out at the door. One with tIe:
was complimented at a luncheon Gershwin. Dvorak Puccini and programs game was played prize
Saturday, March 21, given by Mrs. Donizetti. Two sacred art songs "0 awarded to Mrs. David Canova.
Unites Gus Kopelousos and Mrs. Pete Felosat Divine Redeemer" and "I'll Walk The refreshment table was covered
Spring Wedding the home of the latter. With God" were outstanding contributions with a white linen cloth and centered
The dining tables were covered to her program. As an en- with a spring arrangement of silk

.Melanie. . Hale. and Robert. Howe... Jr.. with white linen cloths and centered core she sang "Make Believe" from Raye Padgett Celebrates flowers with pink tapers on each side.
- - -- -- - Mrs.Hatcher presided the
with spring arrangements in shell the musical production "Show Boat"which over punch
Melanie Carole Hale and Robert also a cousin of the bride served as containers. Shell place cards markedthe she dedicated to her grand Third Birthday bowl. Mrs. Jackson was given a silk
Nick Howe Jr. were married on the the flower girl. seating arrangement for the 14 mother, Mrs. H.L. Speer. Catherine Raye Padgett daughterof corsage and a baby book from the
first day of spring, March 21 at 3 p.m. The bride's attendants wore floor guests. Down the center of the tables Miss Boland charmed her audienceBIRTHS Greg and Julia Padgett celebratedher hostesses as a memento of the occa
in the home of the bride's parents.Don length gowns of mauve chiffon over was a garland of shells. third birthday. March 22, with a sion.Approximately
Denton of Keystone Heights satin. The bodice and sleeves were Among the guests were Mrs. party on Saturday March 21 at their 14 guests enjoyedthe
performed the ceremony. trimmed in lace.The flower girl wore George Roberts Jr., mother of the home in Lawtey. party between the hours of 7:30
Melanie is the daughter of Mr. and an ivory gown with a similar designas honoree and Mrs. William L. Baker The 20 guests enjoyed a Disney and 9:30.: Also attending wasMeredith's
Mrs. Donald Mallette Hale of Lake the bride. mother of the prospective groom. World Cake and kool-aide during the older sister Heather
t. Butler and Keystone Heights. Donald E. Hale, brother of the The hostesses presented Miss party hours of 3:30: to 5 p.m.
Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. bride was the groom's best man. Roberts with the platter to her chosen Sharon Brooke Thcrr.tor. Assisting with the party was Raye's
Robert Nick Howe, Sr.of Gainesville.The Groomsmen were Lyndel and Shaun china pattern as a memento of the oc grandmother, Mrs. Betty Hazen of
bride given in marriage by her Hale brothers of the bride; Richard casion. Alton and Evelyn Thornton an- Deer Springs Lake Keystone
father wore a formal length ivory and Charles Howe brothers of the Miss'Rrberts and William Baker nounce the birth of a daughter Heights who took pictures, and her PINE FORESTAPAR7'MENTS
gown of schiffli lace embroidered on groom, both of Gainesville; Timothy will bo united in marriage May 2 in Sharon Brooke born March 19 at aunt Mrs. Janice Jones of Sampson
English tulle over satin. The bodice Treweek of Gainesville and Samuel the Fit st United Methodist Church of Orange Park Community Hospital. City.
was sheer schiffli lace over a fitted Johnston IV of Gainesville.The Starke. Maternal grandparents are Emory Among those attending was Raye's
satin camisole. Full bishop sleeves pianist[ was David Benson of and B"rn're Duncan of Lawtey and sister Brandyn, her great- 1-2 at 3 Bedroom Apt.
'. featured at the bodice were made of Melrose, who played traditional love patfnal grandparents are Carma grandmother Mrs. OJ. (Evelyn) From $I3O to $275
embroidered schiffli with six inch songs and several popular songs at Homi .nakPr s Club Thomton and the life John Nelson Norman of Lawtey and her grandparents -
cuffs forming calla points. The skirt the bride and groom's request.Soloist's Thornton also jf I.iv .ey. ,Everett and Mary Padgett of S
was designed with a scalloped em were Mrs. Charles Green Has Rose Miking: Starke. r 153O W. Madison

broidered border hem forming a and Bill McRae of Starke. ProgramMrs. l ao.l.aric, Phone:: 98/1.83" t4
sweeping train, accented at the waist The teception was in the spring I LENDER I
with a pale, pink satin ribbon. decorated: coir.tyard of the bride's Thelma Jennings and Mrs.' Erica Lynn' Mains
She carried a beautiful handmade, parent norr-1 i ne bricVo i tabl o "/,, Cecil: 3asford were on the program Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mains announce
embroidered; ,schjfnian with.deep, designed in a scallooed, ivory satin at the Bradford County Homemaker's ,. the birth of a daughter Erica Lfn.
plum and pink1 silk rosebuds. Her 'cloth rfi! bnimnwring VP headdress was made of matchingThe A*Ja ro brHc' .iiJ: aroqrr.reading lad the Agriculture Builc'mg. Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
.tlpw : !! j IB && dku*ot pa'ijipink1 ar#"vender Mrs. Jennincs and M-s. Basfordc '_ _MraRudolph.Johnson of Hilliard. I Q 1Jr
(brdeAwaswttteendo by her sweetpeas and rosebuds""'were the* '*c\ the mbers-hfw-to make'- Paternal grandparents: are Marion L. (

sister-in-law Barbara Ha a of Ocala, focal point of the lovely, ttue-ti'r.d crepe paver :rest after which Mains and Mildred E. Mains of
as matron of honor; and b"her cousin cake.Lattice baskets around the cakg rU'.t.1..1S'rem given u- the memberstr Starke.
Sherrie Dya1! 0': Ga'ncsv.lle' also as carried out the amen t')t I' a a t:rt..,3 t'..:i. ld!.i; on the project. Each
matron of honor.Bridesmaids candr'.aJri.rvi $" bridw'n. fan cr':''. ." f n'o r mad s three or four roses.
were Sl'"ia M. Acostaof pleted the table. /
Mia...., 0.1. i McCormick a cousinof Alissa Johnson cousin of the bride, -_---_-_as_. r.1-o.. O _.
the bride of Canton! Ala.; Kathleen was In charge of the bride's book. I
Powell of Gainesville; Vickie Dyal a Assisting at the reception were Cindy CHRISTKUTHERAIM
cousii of the bride served as the and Jenny Jarrell of Jacksonville-
In These Times of
jiin'a-' I r'ss.uaidand: Valorie Dyal Merrill Johnson cousin of the bride of
Gainesville Linda ..ln of D
; Taylor, !:c CHURCH High inflationIt
the bnJe of Macclenny; M.-/sna
Star Bourgeois cons"f tr9"TIM of Exeter : f'' 473.2419 is Essential That
Eastern N.H.; and uot Croft of Lake Pastor Cirri Gchmiege < ;,, olua;:;

Supper March 28 Butler. We Make Our Dollars

.itariaa: ," m. A / .,uei u. thj. The couple will live in Jacksonville.Ro'w Church Service 10:30: am
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}jt Saturday, March 28,ai 7 p.m: ) and Onrp.e PirSs q>*er. As PossibleWe
in the 1 ilm -Halt ,., .. He Is cweutiy: : maxi-ig& plans to attend Keystone Lion's' Club
'II Ma, .. J ;' '/ :u'nlluE: aic liiw school. Melanie will be
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J.D. Ro;,t' scm Sheriff Dolph Reddish SpeaksAt Bradford Singles Again

To Celebrate 4 I

50th Ain-w: *" rsoryiwi Hospital Auxiliary Meeting Swinging/ !nto Spring .

1? < ."a : t Robinson will
.lebrat !itw.r golden wedding anniversary Duiph' Reddish spoke to the Hospital been added to the shop and tile S141Ci The Bradford Singles Again Groupis At last a who- a
uiUi: a ption given by / ,,,,,;t i. Auxiliary members on protection of on soft drink and sandwich machinesas "Swinging into Spring" with many new SUf
near, children, Mr. and Mrs. Tip person, home and business, at the well as the shop has greatly In- events planned.Saturday need to
"!'leek of !St Petersburg, in the .r March dinner meeting, Monday creased. March 2P tt-t to will be a group successful.
nightat to
L.i'ice.onj' ( ) )i,t'oing'' ; of Bayless the Western Steer Steak House. Members were reminded that the hamburger pool-tvjt ;,t : i' id Pfenn- If
Jac.d l lat
Hprny B...,.", : :larch on Sunday, Reddish brought out the factors on 1981-82 dues will be due at the April' inger'a at 4 p.m. Ed: .\ '',ed dish a group
nj,'&! 5, irci i'lev 1 ". : t ').,-n. assault on the person and how to protect meeting. and the kid" Call ,:, ,;'j directions Johns,
\ i o. .... ''1'0: (rom the yourself. Proper lighting In the Rose McConnell, Fair Booth."n; !h ,
.\ fIr.t. several years home and yard; shrubbery too closeto man,outlined final plans for the',oi>lh Monday March 30. r.c?::"O p.m. the
.'RI). the front and back doors where invaders at the County Fair, Further details: group will meet at the home of Joe
MI I(I.'r.i: .1 <: relatives of the x can hide; substantial locks on were discussed. Louie Bell Parks an Williams, 315 W.Washington St., Apt. "Wiv .
hunored couple are invited to attend. doors and windows: always keep nounced all working hours for 315. This is a "spontaneous night". are. ; .."
I doors to car locked when driving members at the Fair have been filled. Call 9648601.
.. :)0, alone; and do not give out personal in- Sandra M. O'Briant-Johnson outlined -,
i Rhea CorbettShower formation over the phone on solicita- the progress made on the Educational
t Cathy LeMIre tion calls, were some of the highlights Fund Scholarship applications.Jane :::7WE'LL::
Honoree :
I Wayne Wood brought out in his talk. Keep In mind Trawick announced the new :
!.I:.... 1"4..1; Corbett bride-elect of the hot line phone number 964-6161 officers nominated for 1981-82: presi- .
Mark Joyner,whose marriage will be for any kind of emergency calls for dent, Doris Overstreet; president- HELP
April 10, was honored at a bridal Cathy LeMire elect, Ada Reddish; first vice- s r
shower Monday night,March 23 a t the help.President Doris Overstreet presided president, Mary Sessions; second THE ;,
Fellowship Hall of the Starke Churchof Wayne WoodEngagement over the meeting where it was announced vice-president, Mildred Frick; recor-
God. Told the hospital nursery needs ding secretary, Muriel Gilhooley;
The hall was decorated in the themeof washable, plastic, unbreakable toys corresponding secretary, Nellie '
wedding bells and in the colors of Mr. and Mrs. William LeMire of for the nursery. The Auxiliary approved McGee; treasurer, Linda Johns; PRICE S /
blue and white. The gifts were placedin Starke announce the engagement and giving the nursery $100 to buy directors, Erma Buford, Becky,
a replica of a piggy bank accented approaching marriage of their the toys. Basford and Gladys Weldon; nomina-
with blue and white streamers and daughter, Cathy, to Wayne Wood,son Clarice Stephens, Hospitality Shop tion committee, Louie Bell Parks, Fresh
wedding bells extending from the of Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Wood of Chairman, reported new stock has Clarice Stephens, Emma Rene Ground
walls and ceiling. Lawtey. Weaver and Jane Trawick.
Miss LeMire is senior at Bradford 129Lb.
refreshment table a BEEF
The U-shaped
member of the LittleWomen's \\
High School; a
was covered with white lace over blue Club and is employed at Did You Know...........
and centered with an arrangement of Hardee's.Mr. Chuck Steak

blue and pink silk roses with a bride Wood is 1978 graduate of .'H .. ,. .
and groom flanked to the side. Spraysof Sandra Chitty, daughter of Mrs. Mr. and Airs stern Thomas visited Roast
azaleas were interspersed betweenthe Bradford High School and is Joan Chitty, recently won several Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Hurt at Cedar Lan-
salads served to the guests. employed by Denmark Furniture honors and awards for her ding on Saturday.Mr. .
The hostesses, Mrs. J.C. Griffis, Company. achievements at the National Swim Whole or J
Mrs. Bill Johnson, Mrs. Helen ming Meet for Visually Handicapped and Mrs. Harold Holmes of J.
Henley, Mrs. S.J. O'Steen and Miss Students, at Louisville, Ky. She was Dupo Ill.were weekend guests of Mr
Gail Rhoden, presented the honoree Did You Know........... presented with a Silver Medallion and Mrs. B.J. Eggers. .
with a set of stainless flatware as a Medal and a Blue Ribbon for her par-
memento of the occasion. ticipation and accomplishments at Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Parsels of 98; Bu.
Drew Barry and Jay Godwin attended the Meet. Sandra, a junior at the Llndenville, N.Y. and Winter Haven Nol
the annual sprint, formal of Florida School For The Blind in St. were Monday visitors of Mr.and Mrs.
German Students Will Alpha Chi Omega sorority at Birmingham Augustine, has been a member of the Raymond Howe.
Southern College on Friday school's swimming team for several
Be Guests Here night where Drew was the guest of years. Her team placed "Second Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson spent '
For Three Weeks Diane Pease of Huntsville Ala. and Overall" in the Nation at the Swimm- Thursday to Saturday with their
Jay was guest'of Adrienne Barry. ing Meet, held March 12 through 14. grandson, David Jackson in .
Eleven German high school They spent the weekend at Panama Gainesville while his parents, Mr.and "1
students and a teacher from City Beach as guests of Miss Louisa Mrs. Marian Brown of Lincoln, HI. Mrs. Bill Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.
Erftstady-Leflar, will arrive here Harrell. was guest for 10 days of Mrs. L.H. Ullsperger were in Destin, Fla.
April 4 for three weeks study in Brad Gibson. While here they visited Mr.
ford High School. Among those attending the weddingof and Mrs. Gerry Gibson at Merritt Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr., and
Helmut Leben and Michael Graefe Rebecca Ann Brodaway to A.Z. daughter, Anne spent the weekend
Island and in St. Augustine.Mrs.
will) be guests of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Adkins, III on Saturday afternoon in with Mrs. Marcia Welch and childrenin 0
Whiffen will with the First Methodist Church in Savannah, Ga. They were accom-
; Angelika Vogt stay Sarah Barton of Atlanta is City
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Chappell; Andreas Gainesville were Mrs. Ralph Bryan visiting her son-in-law and daughter, panied by Mrs. Mack Williams who L
Barth with Mr. and Mrs. Red- and daughter, Deborah Johns, Tam Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr. visited her son and family, Mr. and O I
dick; Susanne Koch and Susanne my Powell, Mrs. J.M. Blackshear, Mrs. Benny Williams.Mr. 607 E. .
Chelius with Mr. and Mrs. James Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. John The Methodist Women's Sunday
O'Brian Mrs. Wachholz teacher and and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of
; school class had dinner last Thursday
Uschi Streich with Mr. and Mrs. evening at Blackboard's Restaurant Wildwood were Monday visitors of
Freeman Register, III; Erdmute Miss Vicky Turner_ of Belle.Glade is in Orange Park,celebrating Mrs.Rex Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen.
Schroedter and Dorothy Assmus with home from Sunday to Thursday.Mrs. Anderson's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan and
Claudia Zingel and Tonia Mildner John Greene and son, Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler attended
with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Conti. visited her parents Mr.and Mrs. H,L. the school board conference in
Any BUS students who would like to Chancey in Wacissa over the Orlando Friday and Saturday.Mr. .
study in Germany for three weeks, weekend. THERE'S
paying their own way there, (food and and Mrs. J.E. Hardy spent
lodging provided by their hosts,) may Mrs. Levon Andrews has returned Thursday to Sunday in Atlanta 042004'f'
apply to Mrs. James O'Brian at the from two weeks visit in Independence visiting their children, Mr. and Mrs.
high school or call Mrs. O'Brian at Mo. visiting her son-in- David Mendenhall and daughter, .
964-7717.. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley, and Miss June Hardy. O I ,
w x. Patrick McKay and friends and -.y., '-'" ..', '. I j III" III .oJ, v,
Did You Know.,.......... relatives.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. RitoThad as recent -, .\ !
guests, Mrs. Jack Haynes, Dr.
Ray Goldwire of Toledo, Ohio and and Mrs. Harold Williams and Bobbie Rowland, Miss Laura Carnes
Mike Goldwire of Fort Lauderdale sons of Atlanta are guests this week of and Mrs. Linda Queens of Gastonia, BUSINESS
spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bish Bishop. N.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.Dr. .

Mrs. R.L. Epperson has been Mrs. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire at-
and Mrs. H.H. Adams attended, Cove
transferred to the Green Springs
tended the funeral of her sister, Mrs.
the wedding of Gail Schneider and
Geriatric Center.
Leonard in Valdosta Ga. last
Glenn Mitchell in Tallahassee Saturday Sterling PEOPLE
afternoon. Glenn is the son of Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell, former Mrs. Adena Berry of Blissfield,
Mrs. Barbara Harvey of Atlanta
Starke residents.Mrs. Mich. was last week guest of Mr. and
will spend the weekend with her
Mrs. Homer Stearns.
Don Hardenbrook attendedthe parents, Mr. and.'Mrs. J.W. Ritch. BEITER
Continental Telephone Co. training ,) &
Mrs. Ewell Lawson was in Columbus -', ;
school in Atlanta last week. Ga., Friday to Wednesday of last Randy Chitty of Orange Park)Ipent :
week friends and relatives.Mr. .
visiting ': t ,
Misses Irene and Joyce Wainwright the weekend with his mother, Mrs.
I bow 2f\b
of the University of the South, are and Mrs. Huston McClane sent Joan Chitty and sisters, Karen and 'il i tdJ \ ,
Sandra. While home,they were joinedby OU
home on spring break March 18 to the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bill .
several local. friends and
April 2.Mrs. .
McClane at Jacksonville Beach and .
celebrated Randy's 24th birthday.
attended the golf tournament at .
John Flynn, Mrs. Mac Club ..
Sawgrass Country on Saturday. ibl1'1'
Baldwin, Mrs.Terry Rieske and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and son, ;
Dean of Lake Worth and Mr and Mrs. ,
Elzie Sanders attended a Cursillo at '
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and '
Tillman Hutto and grandson Todd, of I ,'fh 7 .
Camp St.John, near Switzerland over Mrs. Ellen Mitchell were in Leesburgover
the weekend. Mrs. Flynn was a the weekend visiting their son-in- Jacksonville, were weekend guests of tants for
member of the team who presentedthe law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Edna Wells and Mrs. Carolyn And ,
Cursillo. James Hardee Redgraves. rortffiuniC} \
business. :
of Mr. and Mrs. Desso Forman and }
Mrs. Delores Szymczak You
F.V. Herlong and friend of Jackson- see, > ,
Milwaukee, Wis. visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs.J.C. Dukes were Sunday trained
ville visited his mother, Mrs. W.F. to
March after dinner of Mr and Mrs.
A.L. Crosby, Jr. 5-8 Herlong on Sunday. evening guests businesses '
Lauderdaleand V.J. the birthdays
visiting friends in Fort Spengler celebrating backed
St. Petersburg.Mrs. of Desso and J.C. N. : up
phone .

Bertha Lang has been good March 27-April 2 u business-Together : '

transferred from Bradford County .
Hospital to Alachua General Hospital. skis C1Kd LI the future.

Archie Green of Miami was home tern with you,t )

for L.J.the Green.weekend with his mother,Mrs. those specittc,

Slab All meat You may

Mrs. Warren Langer graduatedfrom BACON many of
the University of Florida Law camps STEW nave

School ing. with honors, Saturday morn 89CLb. BOIOgna1s9Lb. 179u o requiring, rating

Sonya Tenly Baldree graduatedwith MILK Mixed Giant Roll required,
honors from the University of
Florida Saturday morning with a BA Pork ChOPS. BountyTOWELS and
degree in Elementary Education. I systems
Field Trial 149lb'" lour
Robin Chism of FSU was home for tants will
the weekend. ChunxDog select = supervise ituJat

Food Beef Liver yournn
Mrs. Roy Clemons and Mr. and x-Large fuUy trained.
Mrs. Gene Norman were in Jacksonville 84950 LIJ. 1 9LB. EGGS What's to
Sunday visiting Mrs. Clemons' Doz ; work with
Mrs. Mamie Parrish in a nursing u.s. Good (cut & wrapped for freezer) 179 phonesysf-
home and Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Hind 145tb. chedong its
Parrish. %'s
Dixie Lily Dixie Lily vising! main .

Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. of Starke R.C. Plus Tax & Dep. YellowRice MacaroniCOLA Call yaw?:, :
and Mrs. Telephone
and Mrs.-Gladys Hennessy 1602.
Jewell Johns of Jacksonville attendedthe no ox & Cheese arrange an

Changes Hair Styling show atBennington's & Flavors 149 2/100 3/1 We want
Restaurant in Jacksonville ,_. y (bfnr '

last Friday. Coke & Pepsi OLD (Cans cold) 6.12 oz. ,agaJnst working: you.for

Mr.and Mrs.James Wickersham of Fresh 3 Head Milwaukee
Warsaw, Ind. were last Wednesday 199 S / L I ( :
visitors of Mr and Mrs. George W. CABBAGE 100 BEER
Quantity to reserved 4 You
Keith Carter and Miss Cecelia Ar- can
niellia of FSU are spending this week FeedSeedFertilizerHardwarewaters
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie

Carter,'Jr. Grocery .5 I #

Mr-Jewell Johns of Jacksonville
pent the weekend with her parents. jLawtey, Fla. 782-3737
Mr, and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. r I

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YAklal l Iqr First Baptist Church
; 1 1 4YT ItJa"N'w I
'Y FM Radio
e' +( + iy i X11
5" I rr, Rr To Air This Summer
Work on the new FM stereo radio
station being built at the First Baptist
::j Church of StarVe is progressing
toward being on the air this coming
f 1 fry summer. Garden Planting Time
wiar T The FCC has recently assigned the
:.a l 4. call letters to the station: WTLG
{ (Worship The Lord with Gladness).
The station will be located at 88.3 on
the FM radio dial.

: According to Bill Floyd, Minister of I ROTO- "DE COSTS LESS

". + ,Y Music and the station manager, the
w broadcast week will be 45 hours, Compare Price Quality &
utilizing late afternoon, early evening ..
/y' 0 1!) M; will hours and all day Sunday. The format ;; .......}Features..You'II buy ROTO-HCI
y consist mainly of a variety of
Christian music, Inspirations from ,\ # 990 Rear Mount Tiller
h the Bible, and programs such as a :'jt 6 HP-4/ forward speeds Plus reverse-
community bulletin board designed i"
specifically for use by the churches of |'Independent wheel & tiller action...

L the community I ,Compare at up CO A 951

Maxie Norton Station Engineer, to 200 morel!! OCIJI
and an extensive crew of volunteers r
L have the studio, which is in the sanc-

tuary, nearly completed. The SP-5 HP Front Mount..... 34995
25 Earn Straight-A's at Southside Elementary transmitter, which is rated at 5,000

Earning stralght-A's at Southside Elementary for the Second row: Angel Nichols. Jane Stanwlx-Ilay, one watts of the has educational already been buildings installed of the in 3/ HP Front Mount...... 27995
fourth six-weeks grading period which ended March 2 are Stehpanle Agin.Jeremy Crawford Emory Prevatt Chris church.The antenna tower is to be installed -
(lor-/) Rodrlque. Andy Muggins. in the back yard of the church
Front row: Sara Looney, Steve Bradley Rebecca Third row: Stephanie O'Steen Scott Duncan, Linda very soon. It is expected that the
Phillips. Donna Dunlap Dana Dunlap Sheri-l Mann Powell. Ron Zurfluh. Beth McKlnney. Jody Brown, Jen- signal will reach out as far as thirty FLORIDA
Michael McKinney, Ronnie Norman. niter Alisha GARDEN CENTER
Forsyth. Gruen Taylor Richie Yvonne Bobo. miles, completely covering our community v

:... BEST
Southside School NewsAt 1
Elementary Rev. Hen P. Bryant is the pastor of '539 E, Call St. Open 9 am:-6 pm
the First Baptist Church of Starke V CONTRl
Southside the ComprehensiveTests class has been enjoying using their Gene Bass of Starke. Stephanie is the v 964'5745

of Basic Skills have been com new "Reading Tub". Thanks to Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard ,
pleted except for makeup tests for Barney McRae,who was kind enoughto O'Steen of Theressa. Star:1
students who have been absent.These give them an old bathtub. Mrs.
tests will be finished the week of Taylor and her family cleaned
h 23-27 D "l. B fed "'" I "" th &"n.I
mai vii udijv ass, uic Ul/ pein 0I1U U1CXVCU row rugs! lllalUCthe
speller ;r"Southside and StephanieO'Steen tub to he on '- thus divising a I
the runner-up, are looking place for quiet reading. The Reading
forward to participating in the Brad- Tub is used to encourage reading for
ford County Spelling Bee March 31 at enjoyment. A student can have ten
the County School Board Offices.In minutes in which he or she will get in
Mrs. Elaine Wood's fifth grade the Reading Tub with a book of their FOOD FAIR
the winners in the Channel 4, choice, lie down, relax and read.
Eyewitness News Game for the fifth Students must have good work habits
week are: Robert Boone Jimmy Bur- and discipline to earn a turn in the
chick,Eric Noegel,Lynda.Wilson and tub. Does it encourage reading? You
Chuck Monroe. belt! The students are overly eager to -
have a turn in the Reading Tub. It has
Mrs..Terri Prevatt is very proud of SAVINGS
indeed for fun".
prompted "reading
the third grade students in her room
Thanks Mr. McRae for
again, your
who worked very hard to make the
wonderful contribution to this
A-B Honor Roll this last six weeks. 1+
They are: Dwayne Allen, Link classroom. You helped to make our 1
Bishop, Michelle Chastain, Michael class, a little happier. Super Star
for the six weeks
Spellers past were ARE IN
Godwin, Jason Hersey, Shana 0d
Looney, Becky Phillips
Schmidt, and Zenann Williams. Mrs.
and Chris
Prevatt's class continues to go to the Bradley, Stephanie Agin r 'ji1 'j '> .
Welcome back to Becky
Roderiguez. 4 -
Starke Nursing Home weekly. Last
who has returned to school
week the class played reporter and Phillips
interviewed a foster grandparent.When after several days in a Gainesville
the class returned to their room hospital.

they wrote reports about the things Bass O'SteenTo -
they had learned from the grand- SS AS H
parents about life in the early 1900's. Represent
The students on the"A"Honor Ron In County Bee' u from Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth Benjy Bass, champion speller at
grade for the last six weeks are Southside, and Stephanie. O'Steen, J
Richie Taylor a'nd Jddy Brown.:Those runner-up, will represent Southside
on the "A-B"llMaiU>r Rom tA. Bo'"II' Ele. in theCMUity-wide speUm& fce.._ '-s-
Bishop, BrianBradyPPwn: Canter,. Monday, March 30/at 10 a.m. in'the' ... Not in stamps gimmicks. .
Dodie McRae and Lori Sapp. school administration building on N.
The Safety Patrol members for the Temple Ave. in Starke.
I don't have to
next six weeks are: from fourth Benjy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Food Fair permit me to save hard cash. ,{

grade, Holly Shields, Andrea Knight shop at another store or look for gimmicks. My savings A'$ \ .'"

Williams Chris Simmons Kristie, Kimbo Dickens Woods, Richard, Mark 3tt PINE Mi.West LEVEL of Starke BAPTIST-llwy CHURCH 100 are in my: pocketbook so I can spend as I please.y,

fifth Kricher, and the David members Lizenbee.Danny From Roman Alvarez,Pastor ........... .- .-.dII .
grade are: Schedule of Services
Bronson, Pam Carter, Elaine Mann- Sunday: Radio Broadcast
ing, Donald Beeman, Dennis Glover, (WPXE), 8:35; Sunday School, 10:00: n CAMPBELL'S ICEBERG
and Isaac
Lisa Dinkins Kim Griffis
11:00 FRESH
a.m.; Morning worship, a.m.; ,
Simmons. Adult Choir Rehearsal, 5:30 p.m.; cr 'J alt;: TOMATO SOUP
The library enjoys having students Training Time, 6:30: pm.; Evening PORK BUTTS t. J LETTUCE
help for a six weeks period for one worship 7:00 p,m.Wednesday .
half hour each day. These students LARGE HEAD
: Mid-Week Service,
selected the teachers and must 1 i i4T0 Yncxu uwcl
tre by, : Rehearsal
7:30: p.m.; Adult Choir II. wJ 4/$1
well as being .
have good citizenship as 8:30: p.m. 881 10.750&
their class work. For ; $1
to keep up Thursday: Soulwinning Visitation, LB "
the next six weeks the library 7:15: p.m. 8 LBS .API
assistants are: from third grade, Saturday: Bus Workers' Meeting, SAVE 40. PER LB SAVE 16 SAVE 18'

David Elder, Annette Simmons, Eva' 9:00: a.m.; Bus Visitation, 9:30 a.m. .....
Hodge, Jason Hersey and Tavia Hed- ,
ding; from fourth grade, Alisha UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH r.. .
Gruen,. Rhonda Kay Nettles, David 204 N.Water St.Pastor .
I-Y kinds J\d,Idella Hall;'from fifth I Rev.O.L.Wells-9ft4-7420 rNMY f FR !'SH FLORIDA
'ug ''d'.. f Burns. .Curtis Friday,7:30 p.m. Youth Service. I SLiIc: !REDn'' ;
IU'l1' :h nd herrt.Bran ..I Sunday, 10:00a.m..Sunday School; MACARONI STRAWBERRIES-
(. yiti.RH /J" t '7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Service.

Mr*(.lTajl lbt' 1st! Or. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible Study.. BACON CHEDDARTEA
Has Tub"j ObeyActs2:38.39 I
"'Reading ,
),..!1 rS';" rbiil' :_tat or's first grade' Jesus. Is Coming t- NYYN

<.No.. ". LB 88 eurs 58

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7.'!( I ,:" is made on your tax o 100( CT.) 99

: '::'t return and you SAVE 30'

; ; : ;1t:1:' owe more taxes that 1

t: ;)i ; 'is all you have to pay. PIIICIIIIPP! CTI".THUIIII""'A"a.TH"U W.D..
i\:. D True D False TYPOQRAPH'CAL' ..11110.

"::I' leis i.. FAI You,must pay' in addition to ____

the tar: any penalty and Interest ___

;" .' ;<: When II&R Block prepares jour return werf' _
? ( !stand behind our work If we make an error
: ...1: i' ..' that CCII.ISUU any penalty or Interest on
"I.I: additional :'Ics due: Block: pays the: penaltyand A
Interest?t. You only the additional tax.
c";: ., pay You Can

_!(& ..s'...'", WE'LL MAKE THE TAX LAWS WORK FOR YOU Count 'I,
'' On
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.''' ,1i-'V.:'* THE H&R INCOME BLOCK TAX PEOPLE! 0 .;,;t, I" 0 -' L ii;: "i I J Food Fair ,.

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1 I Teresa McCollum Top Speller at Middle SchoolSeventh I If: r ..,.-........,-..'. ..,.Mr. ; I

r t a lyA grader Teresa McCollum BMS at the county-wide' spelling bee JTT

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Mc set Monday, Match 30, at 10 a.m.ln
Collum of Starke Is the champion the school administration building on

speller at Bradford Middle School. North Temple Avenue in Starke. _
33 students competed in the hour- s9

Sixth grader Sheryl Wimberly, long spelling bee in the BMS library.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Top five place winners are: 1) Teresa

a Wimberly of Lake Butler is the McCollum, 2)) Sheryl Wimberly, 3))

y 'M vp runner-up of the, spelling bee held Christy Coleman l ftth grade; 4)
J t March 18. Teresa Green .8th grade; 5) Kim
I +, The two young ladies will represent Sapp, 6th grade. tTMrM

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I Bradford Middle School NewsDates

to remember- soon as possible, in order for 8th ...
Friday. Apr. 3-Faculty/Student graders to go. Students who are cons- .

Volleyball game: 25 CENTS admis- tant discipline problems will run the '"
sion with proceeds going to the Marchof risk of not being allowed to go.
Paul McDavid Debbie Parrish Dimes. Sheryl Wimberly

Champion BE Speller Runner-Up BE Speller Stephen ARTIST OF Akridge THE WEEK- Stephen: is in PMII Facility Planned .'11 .. L4J. Runner-Up BMS Speller

Mrs. Brewer's 3rd period art class Plans are underway for the new Teresa McCollum
Brooker Newsby and did a very nice still-life drawing Profoundly Mentally Handicapped
in pencil. Congratulations, Stephen. facility. It is expected that the Champion BMS Speller
I lath Grade Trip blueprints will be approved at the

Mrs.C.E."Sue"Davis The 8th grade trip is planned for Mar. 30 School Board meeting. The

Phone 4831314McDavid Sat., May 2. The 8th grade Parent plans have been studied by Mr. A-l LAWN SERVICE
Association will sponsor a dance and McKinney' and Mrs. Valarie Carter.
ParrishTo members are invited to a conference raffle to raise money to help pay for The new facility will also house 393 N. Temple Ave., Starke
Represent BE luncheon to be held at the steak housein the trio. Permission slips are in the itinerant teachers such as speech and Areas
In County Bee Starke, Wednesday, March 25. The office and must be turned in there as gifted. Serving
luncheon is sponsored by the steward Year-round service Low monthly rates no Job Too Small
Paul McDavid, BE spelling cham- ship department of Jacksonville.Keen .
,pion, and Debbie Parrish, runner-up, St. Edwards Church Hall Mowing Edging Planting
,'will represent Brooker Elementary in Agers LuncheonThe it Sodding and Fertilizing Flower Bed

the county-wide spelling bee Monday, keen agers will gather Thurs- Shape Hedges Trim small trees

March 30, at 10 a.m. in the school ad- day March 26 at 11:45 for fellowship BINOOEvery Rode yard with lawn sweeper while you rest.
ministration building on N. TempleAve. and a covered dish luncheon in the FREE ESTIMATES

Starke. educational building of the church. Saturday 7:30: P.M. 964-8310
Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Those interested are urged to be pre- 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke. Fla.
MtPavid: of Brooker Debbie is the sent. Mon.-Sal. 8 a.m.5 p.m. Roger D.L. Green Owner

F dau ht r of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Par- Bible StudyA
I nsh >f 3rooker. Bible study in Philippians will be

Award BanquetI held each night at 6 p.m., starting

I IT' a yard banquet for those par- Sunday March 29 through April 1, at .
I Ilicl atin0 in the recent cystic fibrosis the Brooker Baptist Church. All

DiKeahon will be held Saturday, adults, young people and children are

Marc: 1 28, at 6 p.m. In the Brooker urged to attend.An JOIN
Comm nit) Center. Prizes will be associational vacation bible
award I to e riders who collect the school clinic for teachers and I Workers v

most n ney> or cystic fibrosis. In ad- will be held at the Madison Street

diti nshifts+ will be presented to Baptist Church in Starke, April 7, at 7 _'
ihot.e i der vho collect at least $25. p.m. The church needs teachers and

All pIe''a must be turned in to workers for the young pre-school, 2 a
chairman Juanita Adams by noon through 3 years and older pre-school,
4 through 5 year class. Those in-
Saturday.Brook -BaptistChurchThe terested please contact Rev. Moon or

Rev. Andy Moon and Staff Jean Douglas immediately. e

tTotal It dp! Check It Out!

. Lawtey News

fllUKC SCHEDULES AND: AC- Saturday. Our prayers are with him.
TIVITIES Mrs. Ann Snodgrass, of Jackson-
with her i ... -
ville the weekend ,
Church o. >1(1|: Sunday School, 10a.m. spent + vrnnr 1 i 1 A
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter. 1 1 FLORIDAPANTRY
Worshir Services 11 a.m. 6p.m.
Daniel Brown, son of AM ;-I and
'rayei Meeting and YPE
celebrat3d: his third
Mrs.D.R. Brown,
Wednesday ni .t at 7:30: .
; p.m.Kvergrt't'n
March 21 at the
Schoolat birthday, Saturday,
.ptist: Sunday
home of his parents. Wyoli ic Day and yr nTrTnrr7 TOn 1
10 a.m., V 'ship Services 11 a.m.
and 7 m. T aining Union at 6 p.m. her son Keith of Jacksonville were

Prayer Me' ng, Wednesday at 7:30: and present.icecream.They served birthday cake ,

p.m.Their Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly atterd-
revlva -uns from March 22
ed the Bredford-Union Kctird
thru 28. Re James Branch of
Teachers at the Scnool Hoard
Meeting : -
Jacksonville Faith
01 Offices in Starke on Thursday.Mr. '' ,'FRtsll FLORIDA I SWEET 'GEMUIME! 4AwiIDA'fOP1iJri
Church is the PRIDE ii i
Baptist Evangelist. w
Services each m .ht at 7 p.m. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of- FLAKED --- p* .@-' :rAEENCIJtO'RANU WESTERN 1CANTALOUPES i : :
Gainesville, spent the weekend with ;
; "
Faith Baptist Church: Sunday '
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George COFFEE S' POTATOES
School at lOa.m., Worship Services at
11 a.m. and 7:30: Prayer Kelly.
Meeting, Wednesday night p.m., 7:30 Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Tuesday muux $179 euve
with Mr. and Mrs Willie Griffis, 9'9 10 $9
First Bar 1st Church, Sunday 13oz 8R
Schort! Services of Starke. They came after her and 1 01
9:45: f a., Worship 11 brought her home. BAG + EA. LB BAG i
a.m. and 7-: Training Union
SAVE to'r
We are happy to report that Mr. AVE II' I SAVE 30 Ii
6:30: p.m. Pi 'er Meeting, Wednes- SAVE 20. IiII
Cecil Hardee of
Highland home t ti:1
day at 7:30: p.r. II
after spending from March 11 to 21 in IIIi
Grace l.'nitl'dfethodist: Sunday ..... ........ Ii Iim
the North Florida Regional I YOU Youa ....,..r YOU KVENVOAV you
School 11 a.m.9:45,:Bible a.m.Gleanings, Morning Wednesdayat Service at in Gainesville. He is much improvedin Hopsital COMPARE 'T"i =;'. SAVE COMPARE |oj.!: !4J nnC..''c.::: SAVE COMPARE [.l.fp3: ?.:;.aC.44oa ::.:. SAYS COMPARE [, '['" JKSi PHICB: .; SAVE ,,1,1I I

health and we feel that it is an 9. 4<..- PURPLE OR GOLDEN CAN. PVfte TASTE SLICED
Rev. and Mrs. Don Love and answer to prayer. Cat II19: to JulcyJuice89 I3 Pineapple J( JlcE5! to Mushrooms68 @
children at the United Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carrawayand Litter4? ... .- --. ,,
sang 2 lo DETERGENT
Church at Ba Idwin Sunday evening at son Casum, of Atmore, Ala., GENERICSCO COUNT [!!3 3I I Sol CAN. LIBBVSCorned : 2O.I BAG. CRISPF.resh
.o f Fresh Start 169 9 9 OBGALLON.
7 p.m. spent the.weekend with her parentsMr. Facial Tissue_ :. 49t Beef_...M Spinacii ; yn J8
Highland! Baptist: Sunday School Mrs. Ray Rosier. GENERIC-401 CAM MITOMAT 2 DRIP' A.41 ftOj .aOoi aAo.'PR!BN' of ''n......
Mrs. Mamie Barrett, Mrs. Nellie Coffee "";' .p .o
794 'oIS.
9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. Wilkinson and her Mrs. Black Pepper 6Q toGenERIC. Clorox Bleach Asstd"fGreeris98 II
and 6 r". Prayer Meeting on 1401 CAM- BLACKEYE OR FIELD .. o
Daisy Boch, visited her and 32.1 SALADDressing r-I: FRESH JUICY CALIFORNIALemons ,
son r.I: r"v .,
Wednesday at 7 p.m. School daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn 9SctJ Osage p Rs3 9 LJaOoa. : Tomato Sauce 39 10' J 2/781.:
Laura Baptist: Sunday 9:45:
Boch, and daughter Jenny, of GENERIC32.1 .PA""TLII8S J.i.OA HUNOIIV JACNirtlTANTMASHIOPotatoes IlUI'ICH.LOCAL'O'I1REIE'' ;;;; ; '' "";I n *
a.m. Worship Services, 11 a.m. and ] JT
7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Alachua Mrs. Ben, on Saturday afternoon. Mustard '534' 10 Fabric mlsh8 [!!] _4/l 1e Onions_29SI0/ ;:
McCully spent a month .
at 7:30: p.m. .. 2'LB JARPVNB TASTE <> J '
with her GENERIC-42.1 CAMShortening 4A. BATH SIZE PURPLBTOP.
Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday sister, Mrs. Florence ,$129- [ 4/'l [1113ot Grape lly99c c rJ so rj:
School a.m. Worship Services at 11 Vadinaes, of Woonsocket, R.I. Her _,.. 201 JergensSoap Turnip Roots3tBsXcHPKQ.

a.m. and 7-3: !: p.m. Prayer Meeting, sister was in better health when she GenERIC LB BOX CAM.HORMEL J4S.a CA"'.CONTADir' A WHOLE r.I: ..CRISP CELLORadishes _. .

Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. left.Mr.. and Mrs. David Tomlinson and PancakeMlx79c a Potted Meat_.471 D Tomatoes_39C 'o _....._W La
:Morgan Koa Baptist: Sunday 1 Sea BOX. '.4.lCAI1 *W..TMttrtTtKft"" (O *
daughter of Lake visited their GENERIC-Sea AUGRATINPotatoes' ( r.I: WESTERN' RED OR GOLDEN DELlc! < *\ -
School, 10 a.m., ,Vorship Services at City r.J:: ::: 9c te'
59c PostToastles99c 2a >DumpiirfgslJ (
Mr. and .1;
11 a.m. and?p.m Training Union at 6 grandparents, Mrs. Truman lJ Apples_: ncs48 "kyl
Norman of Friday. GENERICTZoi BOX 100 CT-PAMTRY PRIDE ,,;,.CAli.FLAREDFolger' FRESHLY '
p.m. Prayer Met ing, Wednesday at ::: r PACRAGEDDAILY -
j -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinley and 139 2Irt4.a $Z23 :
7:30: p.m. baby and Mr and Mrs. Bill Crouse Dog Burgers229QEI'IERIC. 20 Tea Bags Coffee Slaw orSalad48CSW .I/'I! :
:Norllislile Baptist: Sunday School, .. FRED
4 Lea DRY CAM.Hanover u RAG '
10 a.m.. Worship Services at 11 a.m. and family attended the wedding of 1119 eAReORANGE : 3/89c,y ffi3 Folge.'sCoffe'e$209 r eA CYpearsL.5: /t
and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Miss Julie Crouse and Kevin Normanin Cat Food 20 ... Anjou ../ :]
Jacksonville on Saturday night. GENERIC4ol .ac..MDPP .,,4S, COUNT-MEDIUM, :'; ,
at 7 'r JUICY
p.m. Sun Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr., and her Fruit Punch 97* : ;; 2G Luvs *799i MYe r-:1:
Sm>rna :.Missionary Baptist: 1: LI eR 99c'f: Diapers G..apef..uIt51 !!
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Donald
day School, 10 a.m.. Worship Ser Wilkison Sr., Mrs. Donald Wilkison. GENERIC >4..1 STL. t>,.....Atl our' lift on 1401 -FURNITURB POLISH PRBSH CREENRutabagas .
vices, 11 a.m. and 7pm. Prayer rI: :
Meeting, Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Jr., and her mother, Mrs. Medlock of VegetableOiL89 30 R .C. Cola I DEPOSIT""* 3/.1 20' Kleen. Guard_99 is L823e [!J i

Additional Church Activities: Jacksonville went on the Old Timey .
United Methodist Women met at the Steam Engine Train from Jackson- i
ville to Savannah last
home of Mrs. Wilma Wainwright on
Tuesday March 17 at 10 a.m. with 7 Mrs. William Wilson returned !
members and 8 visitors present. The home Sunday night after being with II PUMCHDERMASSAOIE
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and
Devotional was given by Mrs.
Mrs. Hal Hamilton of Jacksonville for !
White followed with prayer by Mrs. time.
George Roberts. Mrs. Hermie Kelly some I
gave the program. She chose several Henry Hodges and Mrs. Vivian .
Crawford of Starke went to (the stock
from a book by Helen Steiner
car races at Lake City Speedway on ,
1 1
Rice. Each one brought out the meaning i
of God's love and his promise to Saturday night. e ,
.she closed Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee went on
us. by everyone repeatingJohn
delicious the Old Timey steam engine train
3:16.: A luncheon was
served trick's from Jacksonville to Savannah last
which carried out St. Pa
Day color. Sunday.Mrs. .
The United Methodist Women will Darlene: Wood, Mrs. Mary PANTRYPRIDE LIBBY'S PRIDE
hold an "All Day Yard Sale" at the Taylor and girls Miss Elizabeth GREEN BEANSCUT SODASPAMPERS
and few others attended ENCYCLOPEDIA SUGARS
church on March 28 at 10 a.m. to 4:30: Terry a ser-
vices at Morgan Road Baptist Church PROMOTIONWILL OR FRENCH
p.m. :
Sunday night where Rev. James T. END $' (:
Blalock Starling Parrish of Raiford is the pastor. TUESDAYMARCH 189 ,NCNB. 87
The young people had charge of the 39
To Represent LE JJ.
160& 2LITER
In service. Several girls and boys sang 31." 1981. BAG- : .
County Bee 'SAVE 18
in the choir. Sarah Mines was the
Fifth graders Lisa Blalock, cham- pianist. Jim Norman led in prayer, 'SAVE 100 sAVe .
pion speller at LE, and Ann Starling, and Kevin Norman was the Choir .... -
runner-up, will represent Lawtey Director. They dedicated the song to'b I II

Elementary in the county-wide spell "He Lives" to Mrs. Darlene Wood. 1 W h a b I
ing bee Monday, March 30, at 10 a.m. Jamie and Lamar Crews took up the ... II
in the school adminstrative office on offering. Tommy Crews gave the announcements A .- -- UI,It I
N. Temple Ave. in Starke. and introduced the I / J JARMBE.ST [1,5 '.9 40. .:'
Lisa Is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. visitors. Kenneth Norman I
Wayne Wilinson of Lawtey. Ann Is the message by reading the 6th I: PAMPERSDIAPERS = I i I REYNOLDSALUMINUM p I I

Staring of Mr. and Mrs. James Chapter of Daniel and commenting on EXTRA AS.ORSI'1IT ALUMINUM TODDLES I
of Lawtey. the verses as he read. During the invitation i I I ICE CREAMHALF FOILHEAVY DIAPERS 8

Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Crews w 24 COUNT GALLON '. .
rrrsonsls joined the church by letter. The WITH THIS COUPOfl OOOD I .i WITH THIS coupon '11 DUTY 37.3 SQUARE FEET I 12 COUNT
Friends of Mr. Harold Eunice were young people of the church went down THII"WilD.,APIIIL I. ".a. ..I THRU APRIL I.ISLI.A..ISira | OOOD WITH THIS COUPON OOODfM I WITH THIS COUPON GOOD 8't'
happy to have him return from Brad- iaosma THRU WilD.,APRIL t. ".1. WSD,. 1,
and ..
ford County Hosital on Saturday after Lamar encouraged Crews and Kenneth.Kevin Jamie Norman and ...>assl ..." .'. as .tiala; .................. ..... :: ;..._,

being .there ,from Wednesday until were baptized into the church. c' .- aTAR.KC.32O: SOW WALNUT STREET i I


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American National Stone, a team powdered nine more fourbaggersfour solid, sometimes spectacular G'ville Tire 7. Waters 5- Buck's Stove
preparing for play In Jacksonville'srugged ( by Bailey) to coast 2310. glovework and the base hit to hang 4
wa, ; 5-A league, warmed up withan Waters fighting back in Sunday's in. Wlnn.r' brack final I: AN Stone 15 .
fg awesome display of power at the rain-soaked loser's bracket after be- Pitcher Danny McKinney providedmost OP Businessmen 1.
Poor Boys Invitational mens Softball ing gunned down by Stone 38-5 early of the power for Waters going Lo,.,', brock finals: Waters 6
tournament in Lake Butler last in the morning won four of six to take 14-for-20 with four home runs for the Hayes 5 OP Businessmen 5 Waters
weekend. the third place trophy while Hayes weekend.Charley Green was 10-for-16 4.
r Electric Construction of Starke hada with three circuit clouts Larry Final: AN Stone 23 OP Businessmen
Stone bashed 48 home runs in breez- 3.2 record and took fourth. Waters Mercer went 8-for-12 with one homer, 10.
ing through five victories in the' eliminated Hayes 8-7 Sunday morn- and Terry Gaines had 10 hits in 17
17-team affair.Stone's closest call all ing. trips. r GP'

d4 r a weekend was a 21-11 win over 4A Jax The Poor Boys were led at the plate
member Jim's Shell and the winners Buck's Stove of Lake City (3-2)) and by Randy Corbin who was 8-for-15
had a a 17-2 lead in that one. AH-' Gainesville Tire (3-2)( tied for fifth. and who also came up with a slipping 4
totaled the Stone club outscored the" and the host Poor Boys ((3.2) and diving catch in the centerfield mud in
opposition 97-24. Tourney home run Drews (2-2) .tied for seventh. Of the a loss to Buck's Stove. Ronnie
champ Freddie Bailey clubbed 14 other local entries NAPA Auto Partsof Thomas ((8-for-l6) and Jerry Blalock
--- -, .-- homers to lead their attack.In Lake Butler and the Starke Old ((6-for-l2 batted even .500, AI Chap- 4 ) rlrrMM
Neither Rain the winner's bracket finals Stone-. Timers were both 12. man was 5-for-ll, Randall Thomas
nor Wind Stopped Tanner's BlastIt outclassed the 4A Orange Park Waters, which bested Lake City 6-for-16 and Dinky Kilby 4-for-7 in I +A.N..Ilk f,,
was raining and the wind was blowing in from left-center but Gene Tanner ol Businessmen 15-1 and when Orange Merchants 15-5 and NAPA 17-9 in the two games. Doug Mains had the only
Hayes Electric& Builders still powdered a home run well over the left field fence Park edged Water's Bulldozing&Excavating winner's bracket and eliminated Poor Boys homer, a two-run shot
In-the Starke clubs muddy 8-7 loss to Orange Park Businessmen. 5-4 to get another shot at the Buck's Stove 5-4 and Hayes 6-5 didn't against Buck's Stove.
Tanner hit.4 out for the weekend. Here he gets a hand Stone sluggers (who wanted another' have its power game rolling hitting Dick Wheeler clubbed three
from manager Randy Hayes. shot at those guys?) ANS simply just ten out in six games but used homers and was 9-for-13: to lead
NAPA for the weekend. Jerry
Whitehead also hit three in
out, a pair
a 19-5 opening game win over Inverness 1
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Ronnie Polk was 6-for-12; Gene .,. /. ''...\,, I'J. 1'.ft I. 1
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I 4-for-ll.Raulerson 5-for-10; and Bob Dyal ,J.. l..rroit.I." : "; ; \ '>.!,

For the Starke Old Timers in their
first tourney appearance of the year
David Bennett collected six hits an 10
rIONThat at bats and slammed two roundtrippers -
in his club's 8-4 win over Harber-
I Chevrolet. B.J. Sanford was 5-for-10, L

Roy Hart 5-for-ll, and Tommy
Paladmo 4-for-10. Tom Paladino hit

It's Your Total Food Bill Counts. the third Old Timer home run. Ratliff Turns Two

Second: baseman Bill Itatliff of
Poor Boys Invite
Waters wheels through second baseon
Tourney Scores a double-play turned against Lake

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Tornado BaseMII Win, String. to 4 After Palatka Baker Co. FallBradford

R. -

High's baseball Tornadoes needing last out help. 'from Bill "nWbw ,a' five-inning: two-hitter BUS Payne and two other Panther pitchers and had much less trouble thereafter. Sullivan were all 2-for-4 lead Brad
stretched their winning streakto Goodge who struck out the last batterto came up with a big hit, and the and were handed seven free passesvia "When we' got out of that bases- ford offensively. Goodge had four
four games with a couple of wins preserve the victory. "Ihiri' got some help from strugPalatKij"pitchers walks or hit batters. loaded with one out situation with RBI's and scored twice and Johnsonand ,
last week but 'are moving Into a, Kenny Clark and Chuck .Johnson to zap the Pan- "For the second straight game-we them getting just one run that gave us Sullivan both knocked In two
challenging chunk of the schedule had the only Tornado hits, both 12.2'at,' 'l 'latka's Azalea Field had somebody.jcome through with a a lift," Hartley noted. runs. Mark Williams?, Hudson and
soon singles and knocked home two runs .' 'Friday/.MWTSfi.oh'I'd1.rfl \ big hit" Hartley)pointed out He was Allen went on to set the Panthers Parado were all l-for-2 with the latter
The Tornadoes, who ripped, apiece.Clark. < ..., .r.lIe all, b f'qarhe;! I into the game talking about Goodgfl'8 three run Shot down 1-2-3 in the second and fifth and two-scoring twice and Clark was
respected Palatka 12-2 in five innings singled home Randy Parado ''tfa.' 7'4 jcfiird<< ::>ut pitching ace Friday and-<.hree-run- homers by allow only a harmless single in the l-for-3. Goodge Johnson. and Parado.
Friday and then put Baker County on and Scott Hudson to start off a five- .;S;f/:eve Paynsu who i has a no-hitter Goodge and Mark!! Williams in the 11-6 third. In the fourth inning the Panthers had steals.
ice 10-6 in Monday night's chill, host run first inning explosion for BHS. against Gainesville'.Eastside' to his win over then-unbeaten. Buchholz on got just their second base hit, ,
Middleburg tonight Thursday Two outs later Johnson stroked his credit, started on rocky. road. After March 16.Meanwhile. another single, to put runners at first .. ". 'HIkarCe
March 27, and then venture into a five single to add two more runs. Tornado; leadoff hitter Randy Parado Allen was battling back and third and Allen again uncorked a .,.IIf.,.. .000 110 021 110 3 10 I I 4 2
games-in sever day stretch.". Walks hit batters, and four Wildcat -singled Payne hit'Scott Hudson. Then from inning: 1'troubles.. The junior run-scoring wild pitch. Mllaarfcl((1-0)). .
On the first of next BHS five more with out Bit' increased With Allen fanning nine batters the
seven days' errors helped score one Goodge smashed a righty, who his record to 3-0 .
month April 1-7, the Tornadoes play times without using a base hit. 1-0"delivery' some'375 feet over the with the victory had walked the BHS defense had to handle just six ,.....df.,take.... 301 100 10 10. .12 2 II 2 0 3
Eastside, North Marion (home) and BUS 12-Palatka 2 left-center field embankment to giveBHS bases loaded and then wild pitched a chances none difficult and made no W-Allen ((3-0) LPuyno:
Keystone on Wednesday Thursdayand a 3-0 lead. The'Tornadoes wentorfjo run home in the first. But he got out of errors. 2B-Johnson (18), Sullivan C8,. lilt-Cornice .
Friday respectively, and then Scott Allen shook off a rocky start to .! slap Jotarof: ; ( 11 hits against the bases-loaded Jam with a strikeout Goodge Johnson and Ricky (31. '
Buchholz (home) and Santa Fe on
Monday and Tuesday nights. oo ,>icui ..'
Coach Mike Hartley addressed the I"
problem of rotating his pitching staff

for"Scott Monday the (Allen major-league-like forecasting) will start it this schedule against way: AMERICAS FAMILY! DRJJG STORE You're going to like iekerd's

Eastside, probably David Sparks
against North Marion and Kenny famousTVhlc Photo Offer. /
against Keystone. Then hopefully 1 /
can come back with Scott against .ttt*Prints... Get an extra set of prints with every roll of t
Buchholz. That'll give him four days color or black and white print film developed and printed... ?.
rest. lie's never pitched with four TODAY AND EVERYDAY.

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tingent on the pppositior Twice the Guaran.... ... Buy only the prints you want. No
cooperating-- in not giving any ol hassle-even if the goof was In the picture taking.
the Tornado frontliners rough treatment .

A notable name missing from the
'''' '''''"""", _''/.VAWW''H--.
rotation is catcher.pitcher Bill
Goodge. who leads the club with a 1.72 "w
ERA. The reason: V
"Bill will be in relief but I'd rather = '
just leave him back there at catcher" ::- : I

Hartley said. "lie threw two more out lllMs" :
trying to steal against Palatka and I \!
mean he just gunned 'em down. We I / I '

just need to have him back there. ..
When he's actually caught the ball bj ;<
and made a throw nobody's run on I 1
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BIIS 10- Baker Co. 6

It was not the stuff the makes Little CLAIROL CM''MUT.U' JOVAN MUSK .

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region class "A" champions last IiL ,
year Don Daughtry of Lake City is 1. II'
trying out with the club and will play '
this weekend 1 .1,n.e., 1t'r :, I ,.
G' : .-::; -::.::' -:;,':"
"We've just played three practice r ,,1 I rN .1:1: ,

games (against D&M Racing of Jax N- r: .'.:".\.,....''.'::.:-':;' ........_ ,..........0 I
and practiced a couple of other times y ,
so we we'll be in sort of rough form." -'
Machine manager Jack Hdicn said. WISH SPRING *' RENUZIT CUT& FIT EVEREADY
"But we're not going to worry loo DISTILLED a SOLID AIR PERMABONDADHESIVE f ;
much about it early. WATER SOAP'Q FRESHENER -
The field this weekend is expectedto .
include D&.M>> : Hat-ing. Aiiirricun 1.T10" l7$ .b y t f .. -dt e 02, i/79/ Rp.rlc.d 2/ fleg. I"1.I' 79C1:

National' Stone the runaway winner in "toe* ..,..... ..... FOR 1VIATt Rp.IS ,,, d '!Sr... r.FOR Sale' Priced.... ETTiV"j49 ::;
last weekend's Poor Easy to handle plastic i er.Limit efreahingdeocgranyhathX.l Adjustable.Choice of 3 fragrances. Ready to cut to your own Permanently bonds most I :.
and the North tarolina bottle. Limit 1 A Limit 2 specifications. surfaces In seconds. Heavy duty power cells.vou're .

powers. XV;, Id k, QWvii2 ,

Umpires Tourney.: Yl.. ,,,,-,,*); ,6 f %/1 r rL 4 r 4 %/%/% 1

Is Most This of the Weekend.area's top Softball... clubs" :. < ? lng,::to Like Ecpcercrs Pharmacy service!

much the same ones seen at the I'oor mall .iu e>'oj
1111\s tourney last weekend. ar. at the (;.iinrHtilli l'lIlplr..OItournament
peeled education to maintain. an dpi. ,
courses o-data J' x' SYMBOLS NEXT TO ADDRESS rl j
Sunday which at Host-tide runs Friday Turk nightto in. ., knOWledgeOfdeveloprpentsl1 dr, g .Tnegyb. (!Jf'.r.1fi"'fi1mffi' [.i/IDQIf'; ( ) ] ; a
Gainesville. always try to save you p .. LJI.I.1WL.JU. L.JW: .. : ;; : I. 8
Senior Citizen discounts and genc-I drug.t .
Local clubs entered include Waters wltnisd" r .. : ; / (' "
whenever possiWo. They)/ e you I
Bulldozing ol Slarko. :'\.\1'I ml>> Lake- time: by constantly checking: stoO! keep IJ ppppapplW.1 W 7r//U Q 1T0tII 'THfM't ICKERO \
Butler and I'oor Hot. GainesvilleTire -" 'D ,, OPTICAl
llieidlUQB you need oq} hand. ".p 14 ''SHOP CINT1B
W.W. Gay. and the other top : ; '. A r HOURIWRSENYIIN3101 it
Gainesville teams will also, be on .. --S'31' rSe Walnut I St. 5tarke. Fla.
hand. .: ,,,' mN.- ... ....... ... ,. ..: ,, : 1O LIMIT QUANTITIES.THE RIGHT! .:,
Waters drew Gainesville Tire in a
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first-rounder Friday night. vp Jya f.!' r .. P.b- 0
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March 28, 1881 TELEGRAPH Page
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'" ;; any fa |It. on the 1 I'6! miles past Highway .' \
I : plaintiffs attorney 301, on left sld* ol road Core No. BI.IOSCA. Pursuant ;0'Section ORDER OFSERVICE APPLICATIONFOR Plan lands currently to provide clash

LEGflLS .. -"I( .at whose name and address going) west; more) particularly In re: The Marriage of 865.09 Florida Statutes. BYPUBLICATION AMENDMENTOF Agriculture Bv
'1 Is Dudley P. Hardy described as the notice Is hereby given >*s.
PLAN the
designated by planas
Esquire, Pierce i Hardy Wtt of the SW% of the that the undersigned'
Husband and LINDA The Court being advised
L. CITY OF LAWTEY white, be reclassified
IN THE CIRCUIT onal ... P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030, SE'/4 and the NEVi of thoSE OUELLETTE. Wife Anthony R. Hayes, 355 by Plaintiff United FLORIDAAn to Commercial and

COURT. EIGHTH venue or jurisdiction( Stark., Florida 32091 of tMSW'/ NOTICEOF N. Tempi Ave., Storke, States of America that ORDINANCE amen designated:: Orange with
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN the court. and file the original with on* ocr In the NW corner ACTIONTO Fl. 32091. sole owner, service by publicationcould ding the ComprehensiveLand permit for

AND FOR BRADFORD ALL CLAIMS AND the clerk of the above 210' square; and also. : RONALD J. doing business under the not be completed Use Plan Element Mobile temporary Home office, theproperty

COUNTY FLORIDA. JECTIONS NOT SO styled court on or thSVioftheSEM of the OUELLETTE 174 SeacliH :firm name of HAYES by'April 13, 1981 the and Mop by Lowtey, of Paul and
PROBATE DIVISION, WILL BE FOREVER befor.AprR 20, '1981 SWVi. except the eosteiVY \ Drive, Leamington, Ontario 'ELECTRIC' ft AIR CONDITION date set forth In this Florida. In accordancewith Janet M, Norman
Cos. No. 81-IO-CP. RED otherwise a Judgmentmay \ 326.1 feet all of Sea. Canada 355 N. Tempi Court's Order of Serviceby the local Government described as follows:
In r.: Estate of ALVIN Date of the be entered against lion 22. Township( 5 YOU ARE NOTIFIED Ave. Starke; Fl. 32091.. Publication enteredon Comprthenslve

W. KIRKLAND Deceos- publication of (his you for th* relief South. Range 22 E. of that a Petition for Intends to register said February 27. 1981 Planning Act of 1975 as That part of the NW'/4 of

ed. of Administration: demanded 'In th* complaint Bradford County' Dissolution of marriage fictitious name under the hereby amends Its Order provided for In Chapter he NE'/l which lie West
NOTICE OF I?. 1981. or petition. Florida of which Dofen-, has been filed i provisionsof, aforesaid as follows: 163 of the Florida right of way and exceptions
/./$ .... dent Doyle againstyou recorded In Deed
ADMINISTRATIONThe Kirkland WITNESS my hand and Starling owns' and there Is demand statute. This cause cam to be Statutes
Ronnie the an undivided one-half lnterest a Dated this 13th of Book 84. 34 and Deed
Lee seal of this Court on In the Petition that day heard upon the verified TO: All Citizens Taxpayers Pg.
administration of Personal ... March 16, 1981. as tenant In 'common the Court award that March ..A.D. 1981 In motion of Plaintiff for on and other Interested Book 47, Pg. 68 Section
the ..tot. of ALVIN W. olives Gilbert S. Brown As owned certain i Bradford County, order for service by 26 Township 5 South,

KIRKLAND deceased. PIERCE A HARDY. Clerk of the, Court. By: and property wife, LINDA by Florida. 3/12 4tpd 4/2.,, publication, and It appearing persons Range 22E.
you your
File Number 81-10-CP, George H. Pierce. Marian McRa., as Deputy as the property of I ttho'' 1. OUELLETTE that this action You and each of You are further given
as you
1.3267. I. Drawer 1030. Clerk. abave-nom.d defendant lor the NOTICE that a of.
pending In th tenants by the entirety ORDNANCE NO. 60.1 has been brought :are hereby and herewith copy
Circuit Court for Bradford Florida 32091 3/19 4rthg 4/9. and that on the (Being an amendment to enforcement of a lien given notice in accordance said proposed ORDINANCE .
County Florida for Personal 13th: day of April 1981 located at KeystoneHeights Ordinance No. 60) against real property with Florida Is available
tatives. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Monday at one o'clock 'Clay County; the
Probate Division the address situated within the Middle Statutes, that the your Inspection at
of which I I. Bradford 3/l92tchg j/M: ALACHUA COUNTY on said day at the northwest Florida and more par AN ORDINANCE AMEN. District of Florida and Council of City. Office of. the City Clerk

County Courthouse,. I'J CASE NO.' eo.'4S5-CA- entrance of the tlculary described. as: DING ORDINANCE NO. described as follows: will conduct Lawtey.Florida a City Hall, Lawtey.Florida. .
North Div H. Bradford County Courthouse lot B, DENNY HEIGHTS .
IN THE CIRCUIT AMERICAN LUMBER ft Lot'2, Block 1 and public hearing at a
I will offer for
Stark.. Florida 32091. 'THE COMPREHENSIVE Commence at the NW Each and every person
OF THE EIGHTH HOME CENTER INC. Lot 11, Block 3, SANDY regular meeting to beheld
sale and sell to the .
Th. name and od- "'LAND USE PLAN AND corner of the SWV4 of the having an interest
CIRCUIT OF Plaintiff ca.h.1.\ SHORES; #2, at p.m. In the
FLORIDA etc.. bidder being
highest for
whatever In the
dresses of the Personal ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF SW'/i of Section 22. Hall enactment
AND recorded In Official Lawtey
v. In hand the above-
Representatives and the LAWTEY FLORIDA. Township 6 South Range of this proposed
COUNTY FLORIDA. DOYLE Record Book 256 Page Florida on Monday
described property as Bradford ORDINANCE should
attorney of th. PersonalRepresentatives 22 East County appear
6, 1981, and will
CIVIL ACTION d/b/a DOYLE STARLING 347 lying and situate In' April
the of the sold
or. set property WHEREAS. Paul A. and Florida and run and be heard at the
Case No. Section 10 Township' 8, consider on Ordinance
forth below: 8198CA. PLASTERING Defendant to satisfy said Janet M. Norman has North 89 degrees and 40 time and place d..crlb.d. -
In relating to:
of the
re: Th. Marriage Defendant Execution. Range 23" public
St.v. Kirkland minutes East 831.82 feet .
Rout. petitioned the City Council
2. Box 2...,. Starke, Husband SALE BRADFORD COUNTYSHERIFF'S of Lowtey Florida to to a point thence run Amend the Comprehensive CITY COUNCIL CITY
Florida 32091; Ronnie DOROTHY amend Ordinance No. ; degrees Land Use '
D. NOTICE IS HEREBY Bradford County minutes West 25 feet to 3/26.
Lee Kirkland, Post Office 60 the Comprehensiveland IIpd
WIf. wife LINDA L.
GIVEN thai I, Dolph E. Florida. your ,
of Continue
Box 147. Hom.rvill., Use Plan and Element point beginning. -
Georgia 31634. NOTICEOF Reddish Sheriff of Brad 3/19 "'chg9.. OUEllETTE, as a lump : and.WHEREAS., South 0 degrees, 47
All SUIT- ford County Florida' sum as alimony, and you minutes West 175 feetto
personsore NO PROPERTYTO under and by virtue of a NOTICE OF are required to serve a propernotice a point thence North lJ 'ilIBU
required to III. with INTENTIONTO of written has been published
: DOROTHY Writ of Execution copy your
89 degrees, 40 minutes
the court WITHIN law
THREE as prescribed by
MONTHS FROM THE COMBS. 2019 heretofore Issued out of d.f.n..I' any to and East 60.69 fete Thence
Avenue, Roanoke the abov.-.ntitl.d FICTITIOUS Petition on the peti Northeasterly on the arc
Virginia 24015 Court, In the above- NAME tioner's whose
PUBLICATION OF THIS attorney hearing was held as of a curve 36.11 feet to a IlStrawberry
YOU ARE styled cause, hay. levied name and address Is point thence North 0
NOTICE: ((1) All claims Pursuant to Section directed and all Interested
NOTIFIED that an upon the following property Pierce ft Hardy P.A. degrees, 47 minutes
against th. estate and could be
for Dissolution of situate, lying and 865.09. Florida Statutes, P.O. Drawer 1030 pre.lent East, 84.99 feet thence
((2) objection to b heard and
any by .an riage has been being In Bradford Coun notice Is hereby given Stark., Bradford County South 89 degrees, 40 Golf
Interested heard and,
person to against you Dorothy ty. Florida to-wit: that the undersigned Florida 32091,, and file were : minutes West 89.5 feet.
whom notlc. was mailed RICHARD L. CRANE 607 WHEREAS the Petitioner Tourney April 4-5
Combs, and you or. the original with the Thence North 0 degrees,
that Real located will bear oil costs
challenge the property Melton Terrace, Starke.
quired to serve a Clerk of this Court either 47 minutes East 75 feet,
copy The Fifteenth Annual Strawberry
validity of. the will, thequalifications on Highway 225 north of Fl. 32091 sole own.r.doing involved In this proceeding
written d..n... before service P.tI.tlon.r' -
your on thence South 89 degrees Invitational Golf Tournament is set
of the per lowtey Florida about business' under the ; now,_
firm name of HOMEMAINTENANCE. attorney or Immediately WHEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED 40 minutes West 2.41 for the weekend of April 4-5 at the
607 thereafter on BY THE CITY feet to point of beginn Starke Golf & Country Club.
orbeforeAprl113, 1981 All 'In Section
ing. lying
Melon Terrace, Stark, otherwise a default will COUNCIL OF LAWTEY, 22, Township 6 South, Interested golfers can pick up entry
Fl. 32091. Intends to FLORIDA: forms at the Country Club pro shop.
be entered
against 22 East Bradford
you Range
. Bradford Union Realtors News register sold fictitious for the relief" demandedIn 1. ORDINANCE NO. 60 County. Florida The fee is $40 for th.' tournament,

norm under the provisions the Petition Is hereby amended as It and It further appearing which will again have four flights -

of aforesaid This notice shall be applies to the following 'that Defendant ElizabethV. championship ((0-4 handicap), 1st

Bradford statute. published once each described property: That Jones cannot be served ((5-8), second 9-12), and third ((13.18
-Unlon Board of Realtors Announce of the NWVi of the
Dated this 19th day of part
week for four consecutive within the State of handicap based on net scores).
Private Prop.rty W..k and Contest March A.D 1981 In weeks In the NE'/ which lies west ol. Florida; and that she has The winner in each flight wins a set

April 19 April 25 Bradford Florida. 3/19 Bradford County Hwy north 400 301.ft.Except along West.the not voluntarily appearedheroin of irons the runnerup takes a set of
The 4tpd 4/9. Telegraph., It Is therefore woods and additional will be
private property Improvement contest would consist' of two categories, r..ld.ntla' Right of way and exceptions ; prizes
Dated this 9th day of ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: awarded the number of
and commercial. Since the board Covers two counties there will be two divisions, recorded In Deed depending on
on. for Bradford and for March. 1981.Gilbert 1. Defendant ElizabethV. entries in each light.
on. Union Counties. Th. reason that the Board sponsors this NOTICE OF book 84 Pg. 34 and Deed
S. Brown Jones shall In
contest Is to remind our neighbors that the right! to own transfer and use land! Is fundamental INTENTIONTO Clerk By: Marlon book 47 Pg. 68 Section this cause and appear plead to Golf' DemonstrationSet

to our free enterprise system and the only way to keep these essential private REGISTER McRae, as Deputy Clerk. 26. Township 5 South. the complaint filed
property rights Is to protect them. FICTITIOUS 3/12 4tchg4/2. Range 22 E. herein on or before May for SundayPeter
To be eligible to enter the contest must have NAME 2. The amendment will
you Improved sometime between
property \ 4. 1981; or In default Belmont an internationally
May 1, 1980 and hove completed before April 30 '98'. The Residential entries. NOTICE OF be from the classification thereof, the Court shall respected equipment and golf swing

may consist of homes or apartments Interior and exterior Commercial Includes Interioror Pursuant to Section INTENTIONTO Agriculture and proceed to judgment In analyst, will be at the Starke Golf &
exterior Improvements. The winners of this contest will receive gifts from merchants 865.09 Florida Statutes, REGISTER designated white, to the this cause to the extent Country Club Sunday to
In Bradford/Union area: So "If have made notice Is hereby given FICTITIOUS classification Commercial for Section
you a change In your home or business In the provided by "demonstrate the advantages of the
past year, why not enter? All you need to do Is fill out your that the undersigned NAME and designated 16SS, Title 28 United first clubs in
completely patented golf
WM. E. Orange with temporary
STARNER Rt. 3. State Code, as If said "
Box 499 Stark., Fl. Pursuant .Section permits for Mobile Ham Defendant had been the history of the game. All golfersare

Name 32091. and H. MICHAEL 865.09 Florida Statutes,, office. .served- /.with process welcome to come out and hit the
".. ,.._."I' J 1 iryLL MCLEOD. LAKE( BUTLER,' "notlce'ls'liereby" ""3. This- Ordinance theft"bscone .' within the State of clubs with variable weights and

Address ,..,, .. r ..;.:;:; FL. Joint owners.doingC .:'I thai...the. .Kl > l gnu .. effective upon : Florida.' 5-?""* C7! :'. -"? shafts. The demonstration starts at 2
",,',' ----t asnaufilocation .....'" business' under the firm Richard t:' hy""r., P.O. (thlfJ Jillrig by the Petln 2. This order be p.m.
Phone Category (Ccomm.rclol (RJ..d.nllo') I tloner of the Affidavit
name of THE BUTCHER Box 222. Starka, Fl. published In a Also an Am-Am tournament will

BLOCK Cor. S. 32091 sole owner doing showing proof of newspaper of general be held at the Club Wednesday, April
of Property Wot.rSRlOOJ.) and Stan- business' under the firm publication. circulation In Bradford 1.

bury 5.... Starke, Fl. name of MR. FIXIT 403 3/26 1 ItchgUNITED County Florida; not less There will be four divisions with

Division (Interior/exterior) 32091 Intends to W. Call St.," Stark. Fl. than once each week for 2-man and 4-man teams and scratchor

register said fictitiousname 32091 Intends to STATES DISTRICT six consecutive weeks handicap Entry fee is $S per man

Mall entry to under the provisions register said fictitious COURT MIDDLE prior to the return dote and golfers are asked to reserve star

321 W. Lafayette St. of aforesaid. name under the provisions DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE herelnabove designated.DONE ting time and carts early.
Starke, Fla. statute. of" aforesaid! DIVI AND ORDEREDat

Doted this 19th day of statute. SION. Jacksonville. Florida Ballet ClassesTo

The out of area fudges have been chosen by the board to select the winners In this March. A.D. 1981' In Dated this 5th day-of UNITED' -STATES OF this 11th day of March

years contest. They will be In contact with you as to the time they will judge your entry. Bradford. Florida. 3/19 March. A.D. 1981 j ()AMERICA;jj 1981. Begin AgainThe

Who knows, you may b* the lucky winner and the winners' property will appear In The 4tchg 4/9. Stark. Florida-; ; 'Ffalntlffs /s/Wllllam Castogna ballet classes taught throughthe
Bradford County Telegraph.The 4tpd 4/2. \JO'i ''' ,q.. -' United States District Starke Recreation Departmentwill
purpose of Private Property Week Is to reaffirm the right of every American to THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICE OF and ''ELIZABETH V. 3/26 6tchg 4/30 begin again on the first Mondayof
own property and to preserve the private property rights assured us by the Constitution. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OFINTENTIOMlBlemxE ) lb JONES n ; his wife April
The Bradford/Unlon.Board ol. Realtors Issue a cordial Invitation to all local' residents' to BRADFORD COUNTY REGISTER Defendants.Co months of April and May. Classes will

observe Private, Property Week and to participate m-our: contest. FLORIDA. FICTITIOUS. __ No. 80-988-0v-J- break for the summer.
J *ir.ises asvtr. ul !l **mH l NAME WC Classes are held each Monday
afternoon a beginning class from 3-4

r D I L D..uDft.I. t.ft.l: _ ''- -''.. - - p.m., and an intermediate class from
v'tyan HCCII ; c 4-3 p.m.
J'. r3 .; t4'e'.Iii',

9101st: CtTII, i T ,J, Q "c" I.brg"'J Aerobic Dance
8"" "
( s ) : ,
Cor'.US30f-6c'; RillrnrilB -i 'Ir Class BeginningAnother

"AUO. aerobic dance class session
S l T 9 I .
MONDAY FRI9AYf ftm. / tt >e, will begin April 14 und last for 14
EviningsaedSuedb71epponfma? : tiM. .- weeks.

, Hryftn. KEALTO9 ,%> sus> j. ..S 3.IA,ntuuen' r Classes are on Tuesday and Thurs
COUNTRY, CLUB Like new, BK2 Bath Pom. Roae> wfl iS / tv, .;;1 '. 8" ElL_ : .5,, day nights with 16 sessions.
fireplace, cent heat/air, ww'farpet dosed garagiSI : \ Beginning classes will start at 713

7.000 equity ft assume $50,000 mortgage ate I 1Gptot
price $47,000. **<.> ,Bun, s 6 p m. Fee for the class is $8.

4% ASSUMMABll MORTGAGE TO QUALIFIED By YER o T r..T Call the Recreation Department at

this nearly IMIM hem. 4 b.dreonW'2'% baths 1 9646792 or David Smith 964-6150. for
masonry -
.. .. ... '
;fireplace; ; ; : cent heat/air l $ .. iIi more information.

.3 ACRES |just out of city limits. Zoned for hcfmes or EBB j jI

mobile homes. 7000. I Dixie Boys & Minor

MINT CONDITION Inside and out on alma I acre'- In I r FAULKNER Coaches Needed

own-3 BR 2 full baths Block horn. > IR Fern. Rm.-Cent. REaLTY. BQYS'I Coaches for teams in the Dixie Boys

Heat/air Almost new Slav Ref..I dishwasher ,, ((13-14 year olds) and Dixie Youth

$45,000. 9.54-5065 rn Minor League 18-10)) age groups in the

I I..D Starke leagues are needed.

MODERN BRICK HOME Just Inside City on 1 acre. 3 BR I Interested persons should call the

2 Bath Pam Rm. Fire Place Cent. Heet/alr closed V W szeMRelsw- Hoc. Department at 964-6792.
garage 8 pecan trees Can pay equity and assume 8V % Real I Estate t J

Mtg. of approx. 29500. Total cost$49,900. 221 Lafayetfe St. Across from Wishbone : ICL.AJIK; 1IM5 Girls Softball

WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE. 4 BR 2 Bath 24 x 4O Dwl Office Apartments Spac.for For Rent Rent 964r7828 98e Temple In the WorksA

Mobile Home: Cent Heat/air ft wood burning heater. softball league for girls ages 13-13

Dishwasher "stove .' Ref. Good' cand.. $27,700. Can BROILER FARM 40 acres nice 3 IR concrete block GEORGE ROBERT Broker 9645231POOL is being planned by the Starke Kcc.

assume ,existing, mtg. app. 12000. horn. All In mint condition. ASSOCIATES! TIME Department.Any .

Weekends and C.I..Ich.rd This lovely 3 bedroom 2 girls in that age group In.
front COUNTRY ClUB AREA J/ ,.. 2... 21 home terested in playing Softball
Neat 2 BR Freme. Cor. let -'$ reened-ln parch .c lovely Robert..9845115" I Ann O.dwle.44.185" .both home, situated. on / may sign

closed In beck porch. 22500. with separate dining room, living room, family room, Patsy Slice 944-4579, Narmen HedclIII 1.97 acres In the up now at the Department office
breakfast. area. Fenced back yard and daugle garage. 944-5944 country. in the Old Arm.
John R. Smith 944-4217 Has |just been reduced to
GRAHAM RD. 2 Bit-Frame on 2 acres with pecan. pear \ $53.000. Above
fig. ft citrus trees oi room for anoth.r home or mobile TWO STORY home on W.lnutSt...... 4BR, 28, LR, .OR, FR HOMES STAIKI ground
MR. ,.. fret Bree, WxlOV lot-Collins.. PI. pool for summer fun.
home and house Reduced to $23,000. and kitchen.'
rent .Frame ham on 2 lots with w.rMeuW.fllUt St.2BR. DOGWOOD TRIES RORIMt

I.. lock.. Fenced US PI........d Dr. Makes this a beautiful city m
ONE TO FIVE ACRES 15% DOWN. This won'lla.t
'$'A acres $5.000.5 Acres $ .000 Terms. long
the Is .SB*. 1MB. 'Block nice UM leering St. lot t. build an. Nice REALTY
with terms
owner offering. .
sidewalks! J.. 1100... tt.lA. *pr.. IV.A., wi"" ......IOOW. neighborhood ".100. ,, .
"Acres ft A. Water and
.000 Lawtey
Up City Phone 964.7700
"From hem, good locattoa, 21(.IB-Pert Phsc*.
; Iota .14 AC.IS'e
12% down 10 ,n. 9V4% Int. NICE RESIDENTIAL ARIA out of town. One acre :
393 N. Temple Avenue
$5,000.00. OUT-OP-TOWPI HOMES ,,'" ) reed. lots ef trees

'SR230I S% acres fin. strand ef harvestable timber (4' *y .,... IB, frm. tt ecres, 3-cer ..,....M.L. Sterling. 14.It. old home sit. with owner

surveyed for 9 lot subdivision 22500.,.' : SIX ACRES Weeded high and dry. Nice ar_. .'.. IB frame, Urge .lot, Lake Butter.MR. terms 32000.: .
2B. Stucco ",..,.. Ml tenth. alAN AS A WHISTLE 3 Bedroom. I Beth.

Approx. 20 acres US 301' Railroad. ;.Wooded. PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTY! ON HWY 301. OWNER 'large .lot, 2 mobile. homes-.Semp en Lake .... 3 I I.,.. ....r.."'.. 2 full fireplace, corner let.

"> .000 per A. with terms. ANXIOUS TO Sill. Beautiful 4 81.25, kick epe.1OA-W..8 Uwtey.Frem : ..wins, greet location newly 27500. r

,' -- MAKE OFFER I 5 Si. ... ......... ....*.. 4Vt A.-Stern" .... I titled $28.500. PeeWee Nursery C.llfe" !

'20 Acres weeded(..pine $22,000 and $24.000 with .'. ''3 BR. I1. f.._. 19075 .lot wi.*,... hi Hemps.... BRUSH BUCKET .details.* OM ....
t.r..... *. Apts.B Houses far rentKlngitey Peel.. FP>. MR. 2.. .rtdI-CeuMry'CIutI ere. Needed. t* fix up this ...... 300 en Uwtey
will finance.Special t'i
'I Acre mobile Horn lot $3,000. __ L.....Rentals .L.' ..... .",... BA.. SIR IB $.R. 10BB. dy men freme bom en I .ewer with 4
I I ........ Service.Appr.tsos ACREAGE .bedroom. 2 both- Fl*.
Property Management 2 trailer ..... .. is LOW
7 ecres. Kook-wps Crethy L". room with. fireplace, In city
leke Let Sampson Lass*. (limits.lfdngss.
Susan M. Faulkner-RIALTOR-944-ltM. Terry A. Oelnes-782-39B8
AFTER HOURS Approximately B acres In Lewtey A_
Irene L. Faulkner RIAlTORASOCIATI9448142I Key! C Waters-944-4941
Were .4 _Off SR233, Flees. cell
C. Pn. _
vclll*Spry BROKER SALISMAM9448420Sandra Keen' ttenley-473-3O45
Sr...,/ ........... .....rlS.r.._.. W. Reddish, SAIISMAN-43M203 e A acre Mobile Homo lot Woodland! Acres. I,..., Lewsen-944-4937 Vend 040", Broker
OfflcMenger944B11B 44-7454 I Beevttfwl 10 ecrwCewMtr* dub ere*. all Pft*.* ...-..7..
James R..I..I....SALISMAN-43M203 I Corner ef U.S. Ml South.
M..._ Robert.944-OMM NIc* .lot Country Chi*. end .......*e Reed Lpw Do""' sele.ann

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I Tornado Welters Get Revenge win I

"sweet Rever.gel't! BHS Tennis takor 4.Iradtard olrl.* I IImilMi Carver"82.feuUooi .
Johnson(Bak won forfeit, Kline(Bnk) Johnson-Kllne (IBak) d., MiueCurverM
Coach Jerry McGrW called it. d. Muse 84. WINKLER BHS( ) d. Lyons-., DeNMARK I WIMKLER-DENMARK. IBHS) d LyonsQaidlck I
The Tornado boys team had Just (BUS) d. Gaidlck 8-3. Sullivan (Bah) d. I M.
whipped Baker County 5-2 at BUS last
Thursday March 19,. to gain'' a ""' '_1. .......------_ ) ::I .R.'Z.tIP'.1'r""' '
measure of revenge for a 6-1 loss absorbed -
last month in Macclenny.
Bradford had the match wrapped up

r after singles as Craig Sapp, Joey Her-
t 1 97 res, Eddie Winkler, and Chuck
Johnson all recorded pro-set singles
+4 wins. Sapp and Winkler added icingon

'1 the cake with an easy number one
4tllt q doubles victory. The Tornadoes wenton

.. to blank Clay High 7-0 Tuesday at
home to push their overall record to
6.4 heading into the'last week before 1)
District's."ar "
the Lady Tornadoes it 'was wV

"almost revenge." They also lost to
Baker County 6-1 in Macclenny and .d

nearly pulled off a win Thursday in ia
Starke before falling 43. Melissa-
Winkler and Stacey Denmark both
won singles and then combined for a

.- doubles victory for Bradford The 4 x( ,.
.}.. BHS girls won a 7-0 forfeit victoryover
.. Crescent City Monday and are
---=. ..... 4-0 with two regular season matches
V to go. ,
-I 'f : Both teams were scheduled to host
tot'v. Lake City Wednesday March 25, and ?

; b go to Clay High today, Thursday,
March 26.
... .. .
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The District Tournament for both
.. Il y ,MwLY rI
.- : ; .t jrdl 'rrr
..-.. """"""" : Jw boys and girls runs Wednesday April
:. 1, through Saturday, April 4, in
Gainesville with most of the play at
t R sI
Westside Park.
.. .. Last year the BHS boys were thirdat I
,.... ...
...... -t: : Districts, the highest Bradford I )
c ...-- ... ..... .. __. ":" High finish ever.
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,."3...-R.c- r'-- r'''' _n .. __ __ __ .,..1... SAPP (BHS) d. Hardee 8.2. 0.0; Ir
WINKLER I BHS) d. Glassberg e-2, 8-4; HERRES ay.
Racing Around the Bases (BHS) d. Werly 0--2, 0-0; J. JOHNSON (BUS) d.
Dalflle/ 78 5-2)), 3-6. 6-3; S. JOHNSON (BHS/ ) d.
Lady Tornado leftfielder Sharie llankerson, shown here Coach Gall Lee is pictured at left In the third base <;ann 6-0 6-0- d
doublou SAPP WINKLER (BUS) d Hardee-
rounding third to score, had a big day in Bradford's girls coaches box.Tuesday's:. ulussberg6-0,7-5-; S.JOHNSON-JOHN BENNETT
Softball victory over Live Oak Tuesday. win. coupled with a victory over Eastslde last iBIISId. Werlz-Gann 8-5
llankerson went 4-for-4 at the plate with a home run and Wednesday, gave the BUS girls a record of 5-1 In the (exhibition: G. CLARK IBHS) d. Adams 6-0,
double and sparkled in the field too- Including one running, district ((5-3)) overall coming into 4:30 home field games 8-1.1
over-the-shoulder catch to take an extra base hit from the with Midtlleburg and Santa Fe Friday and Tuesday. rocHord f,,1.( 1.C.......City 0Iart.
( .")
Bulldogs. .,..... Carmen Eaves, Lori Muse, Melissa
Winkler, Stacey Denmark, and Tina Bowen all
won by forfeit.
doublou Eaves.Mtue and Winkler-Denmark won

Smith, Hawkins Placed at Lady Gator Relays by forfeit. rodlord( ..."..I.....,1
..... SAPP (BHS) d. Bath 83. /HERRES
IBHS) d. Dopson 8-5, WINKIER (BHS) d. Lam-
1st 2nd bright 8-S, C. JOHNSON BHS) d. Pilkinton 84. Backhanding it Back
_ Lady Boys Rourke 'IBak SAPP-WINKLER d. J. JOHNSON 86doublou BHS. ) d. Bath- Melissa Winkler of the Lady Tornado tennis teams strokes a backhand in high
school tennis action.
Pilkinglon/ 8-3. Dopion-Lambrlght (Ba) d. John
Bennelt-G. Clark 75. Winkler won both singles and doubles in Bradford's 4.3 loss to Baker County

in 3-Team Track Meet at DDS

_Bradford: u got one team win and a LadyOotorlt.loyl Knlghti. ol.Colombo BHS BanquetIs Church of God Softball Tourney
close second of wi...,..SMSIInl.ho. HI entrant.
out a three-team track In.vttntc SHI.M.ro4 100. city MAINS 3rd In 10 I*. IANI 10.001. Long
meet held at the Tornado oval Tues- loomoiorii 1) Terry Julien ISt. Pete Lakewoodl. Jump.STEVE MARKS 7th with 20-101, jump Mil.. TonightThe Opens Friday Night in Lake ButlerAn
day afternoon. 21.11 6th) Pam Hawkins I BHSi 28 16126.10 heal LONG 5:02.: WARREN 5''13 440 .lo,. Bradford

I outscored BHS's Lady class AA Tornadoes easily schniil 400..record...... I> Brenda Shine Tampa King 56 6... 4ft 440-..16. DAVIS 54 4, PORTIS 55 7. LANE 57.1. SIC All Sports Club's winter sports eight-team men's church Softball tournament hosted by Church of God of
Keystone 79-38 Slh> l.nuetle Smith(BHS)59 7 school record(lot in JONES 9:193, LONG 2:21.: Mil. M.dloy,- banquet honoring BUS athletes will Starke opens Friday night at 7:15 at the Lake Butler-Union County Recreation
while in a three-team boys contest the heat in 60 71 Bradford 3'SB 2. 220.JOHNSON 2.1 36 Complex on SR-121 south.
Tornadoes were second to Baker 400 motor '..,. 1) SP Lakewood 48 9. BHS 52.4 2 Mil.- JONES 11:16: Mil I.I.".Bradford 3:47: be held tonight, Thursday, March 26,
County, 85-79 with 22 at Starke Elementary School's involved the Senior and Calvary Baptist
Keystone, a Two of the three Starke teams Boys
distant third.Freshman. Cafeteria; starting at 7 p.m. kick things off at 7:15: and the third local: entry, Kingsley Lake Baptist is up next
Dawn Cernyer won three Volunteer Help Needed Tornado athletes and cheerleaderswho going against the Latter Day Saints of Lake City at 8:30.: Lake City Church of God
individual events, including a per- participated in cross country, and the Evangel Temple Association of God of Jacksonville play in Friday's last
sonal best 16.4 run in the 110 low wrestling, girls volleyball, weight lifting game at 9:45.:
hurdles, to pace the Bradford girls to For Bradford Invite and boys and girls basketballwill

their victory. The mile relay team of be honored tonight.All .

Pam Hawkins, Kim Slocum, Michelle BUS track coaches Rick Stephens Buddy Revels, and Cole Childers are askingfor parents relatives, and friendsare The last first-rounder will be played Saturday morning at 8 a.m. with Southside
Stillwell, and Louette Smith also in the annual Bradford Invitational track meet this invited. Those who have not
ran help running year Estates Church of God of Jacksonville playing First Baptist of Palatka.
its best time of the year, 4:23.9: ; and scheduled for Friday April 3. already indicated they are comingcan
Searcy and Smith won the 100 yard Persons to help time events and mark and officiate field events, etc., are needed still purchase tickets at the door The tourney continues all day Saturday with the first game of the finals set for
dash and long jump respectively with for the meet which Stephens said could draw as many as 12 or 14 teams. Help for the fried chicken banquet meal. 8:30: p.m. and game 15 if necessary right afterwards.
personal bests of 11.8 and 142. will be needed from about 1 p.m. Friday afternoon to 8 p.m. that evening. Tickets for Club members are $3 and Trophies will go for first, second, and third place teams; first place individuals
Renee Shipman, Carol Fussell, and Interested persons can call Stephens at home (964-8495) or the high school. for non-members $5. ; and team sportsmanship. I

Lori Chaooel also came. UD with.. wins!_
---- --n'
for BHS.
''ShIl'Uln.S.OIth.S. .Hawkins) (did not qualify
In the more tightly contested boys .
excellence in the for finuli hut net school record GIGANTIC NEW STORE HOURS I
portion jumps kept "USDA CHOICE"MONDAY
100 itoloy! I II) Orlando Oak Ridge 1:419.: ... 7th
Bradford close to Baker. Ronald IIIIS i'Mix'urn 285. Smith 28 3. Scarty 27 4. THRU SATURDAY
Davis, Steve Marks, and Don Portis ll.mkin 24 2)) 1,4821., BUS ran 1:473: In prelims WESTERN
went 1-2-3 in the high jump; Marks 24 iSI.Hum l I' 2H.V Smith, 27 3. Searcy 273. ll.mkms. SAVINGS 10"A.M. TO 6 P.M. BEEF
and Herbert Hawkins finished 1-2 in .
liodfofd gl.,.7* KoyKono
the long jump; and Hawkins and rent"''n..,.4 OHS pi.....
Stanley Clark were 1-2 in the triple 110 Murdlo.. DAWN (EKNYKK: iHIISl) Ifl 4.. 4l
StAIIl''V C. Dickinson 'iKi .
HillSi IIR Mil
Marks also took the 100 yard dash, A4H9. KKNKK: : SIIIPMAN*I iBIISt 8'\4: >H. KIM USDA FOOD SUBJECI'TOSTOCK
Davis the 440, and Kenny Wright l'OIIKNS'IIIIS. :; ) 7":III 2. 440 a.I.,. IIKADKOKD STAMPS CQ1YleaB
scored in three events. ''M.orll.M. sril.l.WKLL. SKAKCV.: HAWKINS .
_ ilH 440. LOUKITK SMITH: I IHIS) 61 9
110 Hudl. DAWN KKNVKK ,IHIISl .;,72Inli .
2 BUS Girls PlaceIn hH.1. oooDickinson iKi :.1027 :.1) HIM : :; '.

Gator COIIKNS I BHS) 3114 mil.modi. ,.1... BRAD- ,
Tornadoes Louetto Smith and 4 5.12 110. PAM /HAWKINS (BUS) 260.
Pam Hawkins placed in their
CIIIIKNS:: i cHIISl 19 :202 Mil. .lo,. 1II1.\I> 'UItI)
specialties at Saturday's Lady Gator ''HAWKINS: 8211.I M.I HUM 07 7.S ril.lASKI.I.IM: 2.
Relays in Gainesville, and one BHS SSIII'1165ot\ 4219 Oltcui. I.OKI! (HAITKI. 2 LEGS CUT UPFRYERS 39
relay team just missing placing in the 1 till IS, JV .')> FIt: :NIA IIAMM I 'HIISi fit:1: shot : 2 THIGHS .
PolIMW: Klt\t: : KRiIIIISl.98I i KIIMA: IIAMM: 1
top six. ,iHIISl. J71; 4i. I.OHI (1i.'''i'PF1.1.1IHISI2S,1.: i
Smith was fourth in the 400 meter ,00AJum.I'AROLrt'SSEI.I.IHHss: I l.n,Jun,. 2 BREASTS
dash at Saturday's moot, which in- I.,it Kl: I'K: SMI'III I illllS 14,2. MMKI.ASKAIU: 4 WINGS
cluded top girls from all over Floridaas .KIIS> 1 II I III. UKNKK:: : Mlll'MAN: iHIISl)

well as other southern states and lokor p.Irodford M. ....'0..22 2 BACKS I LB. .
(he Bahamas. Smith's'59.7 clocking in Iwo Wlnnor 1 IMS,...,. 2 GIBLETS .
the metric quarter mile gave her 110 Hudl. .Inhm iH.lkl i 172: 100. Srt.MC: :
M.IIIKSIllISIlo 4' tIUI'I.\-: :'.: ''III IS.. III
another school record to the 440.
yard .
M... MiHirv. ill.ikl I 4 4BS .11' IUUIAKDl lIIK.N <
dash standard of 59.9 she set last :: i IHIS).1 1)7 411.AIIK LONG'" IHIS.. .1, III 4 .
year. 440 a.I.,. IlilklY n 4. HHADKDItll) i I.AHK.... PREMIUM GRADE
Itlucllr.IANK.IIA'Kl\si 4i I II
Hawkins, just a freshman, was fifth 440- KINAI.I" IA'IS.UlS'4.i/ : 1 4i' DON: I'lllt/ PREMIUM GRADE
in the Division 1200 meter dash with a IIS i HIISi' 572: :
26.16 clocking, another school record. 110: Mw.dl...G Register I Bukl 44 4.. 4)KKMMYUKKilir : FRESH
.IIIISI47 0 0<. Brown 'BnkI2.n I 9.21 .
Haukins also burned two 220 .
relay I.AUUY I.OMi: 'IHIISl :2 IB Mil. Modloy ..1.! FRESH
legs on the 880 relay, with splits of 24.1 ll.lkrr Co ::1 3\(o. HItAUF' tEl) 'i.MAHKS.: I.AME.: ,
m1( 24.2. That foursome, which also 'DAVIS. WAKKKNKI: .W4 110.llonnrriK124 I 1.2>
s'rti.v; : ('I.AUK .III IS' 25.1IMII. : FRYER ,
included Smith Kim Slocum and
Mmirv' I illiiki loll 4. I'l'l lns.lo.MsIIII.M / : :! .
Shiela Searcy. just missed placing FRYER _
II 142: 4) (..::11\1.11 with a seventh in the finals (1:48.21): ) II IK Mil. a.I.! .. H.lklT :11'446. nilXDKOUU .
after running a faster prelim time MMIKS. U.\\'IS.I''IITIS.I.\:I 4 DRUMSTICKS
II -17.:11.: Itul/I'r ,.ll.iki 1116 1, 2.. KK.N.NVMOIilir:" ilillMIlilll 69 S9t '
I ) 4.III.IIIU"IIIS.III.17 lo.f '....,
....................... .IHAK: : M\IKS. ..III IS'i 18'I'l. :2> IIKKHKUI'IIXWMNS.HIISi : : BREASTS .,
\ OR :
IT 9' P..V.ulnlItaulerum I LB. :
Steve Marks was the only Tornado .
HIM. :;
ll.ik 01) 2i \\II.I.IK: .HIISi H H inn) KKN-: '
placer in the Knights of Columbus \1141(1)/ ;11r'1)11yI1a, shwr,1.It.gersISak/ ) r : :
(track meet for boys held Saturday in IMI 4i KKNN\: : WKK.IIf; illHSi I'l! lil'j.' High'
Oca la. The senior was fourth in the Jum M.IIIKS'IIIIS'5.3DONI'litrusn115.>(. UIINM.I: ; I).VMS; dillS \'\.\,SI'K\K 1 .Ipl.: IF YOU BELIEVE THAT OUR PREMIUM GRADE FRYERS AND FRYER PARTS PRICES ;;

100 yard dash with a 10.16 time and JumpIIKItltKUr: : \VVKI\S .HIISi .17 4<..

personal took seventh record in the 20-8 long leap.jump with a :<>tills r\'i.\1.11; III'' I.AKK'.. c HIISi' .I.V.: 4' KHIC: I.ANK: ARE "CHEEP"., WE .INVITE YOU TO COMPARE OUR "USDA CHOICE" BEEF .


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Thursday, March 26. '_.. ,"rt'f


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Friday March 27Middleburg '
at BUS girls softball ((1:00)n: '''.' :i4:; GAINESVILLE, YOU MAY HAVE THAT ITEM ABSOLUTELY FREE FREE

at BUS baseball ((7:30) I"
Middleburg : ? ; ?< 1 ,t -
BUS at Clay High dual track meet 43:30) :. Rw7 ,r .4',I"' EA5T ATE REGENCY
lI' .... OPERATED '
Tuesday March 31- t '
,Ii ,, '
Santa Fe at BUS girls softball (.& :30)) ';.y'; 'J"' ,._. ., MEAT MARKET

Wednesday April 1- David and Susan Cook
Buchholz at BUS girls softball (4:30) 323 H... 23rd Aye.

BUS baseball at Eastside ((4:00)) Mar .-mart on 33rd Avo. 378-3040

District high school tennis tourney opens (thru Sat..)


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section Section B

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Terry Hardee Sets .Rifle.'Match Record Takes Third Win

The rifle team from the 631st chison, SPS Steve Varnum, and SGT ever made on the demanding Camp
Maintenance Company in Starke won Cecil Gaskins., With this win, the Blanding course. This is the third'
the Tahferrcr Trophy Rifle Match held team will have the opportunity to time in the past four years that
at Camp Blanding on March 14, 1981 compete with the team representingthe Hardee has walked away with the in-
for the fourth time in five years: state at the United States National ,dividual honors.
The Taliaferro Trophy is the state Guard match held at Little Rock, i. '
rifle match for the National Guard. Arkansas.
The Starke team is made-up of SSG Hardee set a record/for the match i
Mike Rhoden (team cap tainSSG by shooting a total score of 242 out of a Practicing during their own time on
Terry: : Hardee; SFC Rudolph Hut- possible 250 points. the. highest. score the weekends with the standard issue
-- M-16 weapon,the rifle team has madean
outstanding showing for the local
unit. The course fired is divided into ... rl

-- -
y b three distances, 100, 200, and 300
yards. One of the events in the com Pictured above: L-H, J P5 Steven Vurnum, SKt Rudolph lIuadlt'son.IG: Kennedy C. Kullanl.
petition is the 200 and 300 yard rapid SSG Mike Ithoden . SSG Tarry lldnlve. SGT Cecil Gaskins.
fire which has the man fire 10 roundsat
the 200 yard target within 50

60 seconds 10 rounds seconds., switch at the 300 magazines yard target, and within fire Tillie The All-Time Teller To Begin Operation

The team scores were divided up as
April 3 At Bradford SquareThe
follows: high man was SSG Terry
k'J Hardee with 242. SFC Rudolph Hut-
cheson with 223, SPS Steve Varnum Florida Bank of Starke will hours..all at the touch of a few but- Customer travels in the state from
with) 222, and SGT Cecil Gaskins with begin operating Tillie,Their All-Time tons. Tillie even "talks" to her Pensacola to Key West instant cash
210. Team captain SSG Mike Rhoden Teller on April 3. J.E. Tomlinson, customer, communicating with each up to$200,00 a day is available at over
Pictured at left: L-R, SSG Terry Hardee Major General shot individual with a score of 212. president of the Starke Bank, stated one by name through her miniature 70 Tillie locations.All .
I e The total team score was 897 out of a that Tilliecard accounts have been television screen. She gives step-by- you need is to be a customer of
Kennedy C. Bullard. possible 1000. mailed to customers. This will provide step Instructions so that it's easy for Florida Bank, a Tilliecard, and a
use of a full range of banking ser- anyone to use her. She makes bankingnot 4-digit secret code number and you'll
vices 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. only easy, but fun. be ready for instant cash from Tillie

I driven to the liquor store,dumped out Tomlinson stated that if for some The new Tillie, is located in the Tillie the All time Teller in Bradford
of the car and robbed, according to reason you did not receive your
IwsBriefs.- Bradford Square Shopping Center Square will provide unmatched bank
Tilliecard, stop by the bank and ar-
the Bradford Sheriff's Department -
,. County rangements will be made for you to parking lot on Highway 301 South, and ing convenience for her friends in
have one. is a part of a statewide network of Starke.
Dalton suffered a small lacerationover Tillies under the banner of Florida Hostesses will be on site to assist
Slowing Auto, Lawtey ManCharged his eye a rescue unit was called "We do not intend for Tillie to National Banks. All of the Tillies are Tilliecard holders and acquaint them
Struck in RearA With TheftA but he was not transported to the replace your friendly drive-in teller, connected to a central computer, so with the new system beginning April
hospital. she is just additional/ service for that wherever a Florida Bank 3rd through April 9.
car was involved in a traffic acci- Lawtey man was arrested Mon- Deputy Sheriffs Paul Stegall and after hours." said Tomlinson.A .
dent with a pickup truck on US-301 at day, March 23, for petty theft of chain Eugene Lee filed a report that Daltonwas Florida Bank Customer with a
saw bow owned by Lewis Timber robbed of undetermined
Washington street at 3:52 p.m. Thurs- an be able to transact
Tilliecard will
day, March 19. Company on US-301 south of Starke. amount of money. which would
business they
Billie Jo Kilby, 22, of Starke, was Deputy Sheriff Samuel H. Eunice any
to bankingServicemeli
have do during
not injured but damage to the 1979 arrested Johnny Clarence Hollis. 48, UCI Inmate Guilty -, normally ii
Chevrolet sedan she was driving was of Lawtey for the Thursday, March 19 Of Knife compare and Choose
estimated at $1,000. theft,according to the Bradford Coun-
Donald Richard Wilson, 41, of ty Sheriff's Department.Hollis A Union Correctional Institution'
Keystone Heights,was not injured but was employed by the timber prisoner was found guilty of posses
damage to the 1979 Ford truck he was company, according to the BCSD. sion of a weapon by a state inmate in
driving was estimated at $25. a day-long trial Wednesday, March.
The pickup truck was northbound 18. Pvt. Thomas E. Feeney, Jr.
on US-301 the outside lane. The car Man Beaten, Robbed, Ervin James Horton, 30, was found Private Thomas E.Feeney Jr.,son
was also northbound on US-301 and Dumped From AutoA guilty of possession of a knife at UCI of Mrs. Robert S. Witchon of El Cajon
failed to stop for the pickup truck that last June 20.Judge Wayne M.Carlisle Calif., and Thomas E. Feeney Sr.. ot
was slowing for traffic and the car Starke man was beaten up and ordered a pre-sentence report before. Keystone Heights, recently completed -
struck the pickup truck in the rear, robbed,then dumped out of a car near a sentence is handed down in the case.:...,, One Station Unit Training
....-.---, -. .. according tq.the. Starkey Pofcce"Department. .. .. the drive-in window of"the 301-Liquor .No date has.been set for s nt ncing.i ,*OSUT-at) ( US"rtrmyInfantry:
-' >,''- >K' ,On' US-301 north"of the
:Just l Horton Is currently serving a School, Fort Benning, Ga.
No citations were issued by Starke city limits at 9:30( p.m.Friday, 20-year term for aggravated battery, O5UT is a 12-week period which
Patrolman Eston G. Mosher after he March 20.Harold. aggravated assault and possession of' combines basic combat training and
conducted an investigation. Dalton 45, of Starke, had a short-barreled shotgun in Lake advanced individual training.
been to a local bar in Starke and was County.Sprin'g.

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SOUR CRf AM . . "Cur *!69 I MEATCIRCKEN,1F. ,
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FSP Cap of 90O' Inmates Met by Court's DeadlineA


court met ordered the cap of 900 inmateswas 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, to comply. creasing the cap to meet the design The panel recommended: structive activities and-programs to Park was stabbed to death by inmate
Department of Corrections FSP officials filed an affadavit with -A
standards at FSP DOC policy of 48-hour
pre- help eliminate the Thomas Otis who refused to
when present corrosive, Knight,
prison officials met the the
of the Circuit Court's officeat
Gov. Bob Graham also issued a :assignment orientation and 32 hours embittering
deadline and incapacitating ef- be handcuffed as Officer Burke triedto
48 hours before the order the Bradford County Courthouse in statement that the state will try to af on-the-job training for all officers
to become new fects of total idleness and boredom in take him to the shower.Superintendent .
was final
to reduce
inmate Starke that ,
a figure of 881 inmates
make those improvements in order to be continued. the
confinement units be continued.A C.S. (Sonny)
population at Florida State Prison. had been '
attained by the deadline. increase
the prison population."It Imrhediate
implementation of
DOC a suggestion was made to review Strickland ordered all confinement
was given until 5 Tues- The
day, March 24, to reduce the p.m.FSP in- court paperwork by Tom was Bigham filed, with inmate the is the state's intention to provide training American program to comply with the policy and philosophy of the wing inmates be handcuffed behind
mate population to the 900 figure after classification chief. further corrective action to assure the Creditation' Association disciplinary process as practiced at their backs prior to movement out of
a March 17 hearing before Circuit court the Inmate limit can be raised standards. FSP. Panel stated FSP must follow his cell for any reason.
Court above 900," Graham said. That the classification and its own procedures and rules that are
Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green Jr.
Other information supplied the The counseling employees be merged intoa
called the
in which governor on designed to insure timely hearings.
a panel of five Criminal court was a list of about 400 Inmates Legislature to assure the DOC has the single unit If ''adopted the panel The report states the procedure has
be experts recommended the cap shown by name, number, race, offense financial resources to take the needed reported the caseload'of each full support of line and administrativestaff
raised from 750 to 900 inmates. ,sentence,date transferred, and action. caseworker would be reduced from That the investigative responsibility personnel.
The court order was originally where they were sent. : The inmate population at Florida 150 to 75, eliminate overlap of duties for use of force should be assignedto "They are convinced this change in
made last Oct. 3 by Judge Green as About 25 percent of the transferswere 1 State Prison can bo-raised above the and provide a logical staffing of an authority independent of FSP. policy has significantly reduced the
part of three civil lawsuits filed by made to Union Correctional In- 900-inmate limit established by Judge decentralized case management. That function should be reassignedfrom severity and number of assaults on of-
eight inmates at FSP to the office of the state in-
FSP who
sought stitution, 135 were moved to FSP's0unit Green if the DOC can demonstrate to Establishment of a procedure to ficers; the report said.
relief from violent and unconstitu- a minimum-custody facilityon the court the completion of further document compliance with a spector general. They added the "Conversely, inmates object to this
tional conditions at FSP. the grounds of FSP.but operated as ;orrective actions relating to the shakedown procedure. The experts responsibility for investigating illicit policy," the report said. "They expressed -
Judge Green last August appointedthe a separate facility. ...ability to supervise a larger number recommended a policy to inspect con- staff activities and any staff activity concern for their safety
panel td study the conditions at that result in criminal charges.
.of inmates,' Gov. Graham said. finement cells for weapons wheneveran because of Inability to defend
FSP and make>.$.report to the court The remainder Number of inmates transferred to -
of the inmates were FSP has 1,180 one-man cells. inmate is out of his cell. themselves from attack. They also
with suggestions sent to other prisons and road 'Judge Green appointed Dr. Richard Enforcement of the policy that other institutions include: expressed indignation because the ar

The panel'recommended' : the facilities around the state. M' Swanson and Myrl E,'Alexander, prohibits any unsupervised inmate Creation separate mental health bitrary position of the policy impliedthat
population be/reduced: from
1,122 to criminal movement on the confinement every inmate in confinement wasa
justice professors at the wings. unit within FSP. This unit will be
750 inmates and Judge Green last Oct. The list includes a higher number University of Florida in Gainesville The suggestion was made to minimize assigned specially trained staff to threat to staff."
3 ordered DOC to meet the figure 10 than the court order to allow FSP officials contact between
as chairman and vice-chairman of the open population and manage these inmates. Estimate was
days after the order. latitude to receive confinement Panel did not recommend that the
new inmatesat court appointed panel. Other inmates. This proceduremust given that between 50 and 200 inmatesfall
DOC received a stay on the order in the state's only maximumsecurityprison members of the panel include: S.R. contain provisions to eliminatethe into this category and would come policy be changed, but strongly urged
an appeal to 1st District Court of Ap-- according to FSP Superintendent Johns, a retired correctional officerat delivery of food canteen products under the psychotic inmate category. DOC to monitor the procedures and
peals in Tallahassee. The appelate C.S.Sonny( ) Strickland. FSP; Jack O. Sandstrom, former library books, in the confinement That DOC explore the feasibility of when possible make less restrictive
court after five months the
upheld cap head of the Dade area by inmates.An modifications.
County prison developing a separate forensic unit
and Judge Green got jurisdictionback "We could system in Miami, and Jack H. Wise, a extensive plan in progress by within the DOC. Assistant DOC Secretary Dave
in the case Monday, March 16. numerically comply DOC to define and Bachman was present at the AttorneGeneral's
retired criminal >
con- Swanson
with the court's order justice expert. reported on a policy hand-
Judge Green ordered a new study Department table at the hearing but did
and, in a 3I/l-hour report to the court, of Corrections Secretary Louie L. ed down last Oct. 13 after Correc- not say anything to the court.
the panel of experts recommendedthe Wainwright said. "But we continue to tional Officer Jim Burke of Orange

cap be increased from 750 to DOC feel the 900-cap: is unrealistic becausethe Man Gets 80 t'ears..Oll Felony ChargesA
inmates. Judge Green gave DOC until court presented no formula for in-

man was sentenced to serve 80 also sentenced to 30 years in state IEAGLEI.te .
FSP Inmate Escape foiled: years in on four felony prison for attempted burglary, 30
cases that involved a break-in at his years for sexual battery, 15 years for
employer's home last fall resulting in aggravated battery.The .
I sexual battery battery, burglary and sentences are to run con-
By Alert OfficerTwo attempted burglary. secutively.At .
the time the offenses were com-
Circuit Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) mitted Pearson was employed by
Green,Jr. sentenced James Pearson, Perryman in his business. s\
former Death Row inmates at recovered camouflage shirts that 34, to five years in state prison for Judge Green, in handing down the
Florida State Prison were stopped were made in the garment factory burglary of the Tommy Perryman sentence, ordered the court to retain
from escaping from U-wing by an and an undetermined amount of cash. home near Speedville Road and CR- jurisdiction over the case. Pearson pl-
alert correctional officer who 21B last Oct. 30. Pearson was chargedwith ed guilty to the charges, a pre- \
discovered cell bars had been cut,according Hall is serving a life sentence from pilfering a checkbook, credit sentence investigation was carriedout say nto 46:0ons :
to of
Department Corrections Orange County for first degree cards, and $130 in cash and wrappinga and Judge Green handed down .
David .
spokesman Skipper.A murder and involuntary sexual bat- belt around the neck of a family the prison terms Tuesday March 17,
discovery was made that bars tery with a previous death sentence member and tightening it. He was in Bradford County Circuit Court.
had been cut and bolt cutters found in
commuted to life last saveCut
the inmates cells at 3 p.m. Tuesday, year. .

March 17, Skipper said.. Fleming is serving a life sentence
Prison officials have charged in- for attempted robbery first degree ,
Riverland Music
ing his guitar and banjo'He discussed
mates Jesse Lamar HaU and Myron murder and attempted first degree
David Fleming with attempted murder from Lee County. His Met March 12 his background in music and explained -
his unique style of
escape. sentence was also commuted to life
Skipper pointed out officers last year. Mitchel, accompanied on the piano
The Riverland Music Club met by his mother Mrs. Phil Gainey,
Thursday, March 12 at the home of made his solo singing debut. Mitchel,
Mrs. Wayne Parrish, Dedan Road, age 5, sang "Puff, the Magic

News Briefs. Brooker.Special guests included Mrs. Dragon"Future.plans for the club include a

I. ... Rothelle Jones and Ronnie Jones of community musicale to be held in t It
Hampton and Mitchel Gainey of Brooker on May 3.
Brooker. Following the meeting, a luncheonwas
Ronnie, a self-taught student of enjoyed by all. 73 LB. SIZE HTH DRY SO 'K"GARDEN HOSE 6-PK.BATH TISSUE
t Teen Driver Charged ,"",ut er Is currently serving" II music, entertained the group by playr '.' ,' COSTS LESS
30-year'sentence for robbery with a r r 78.83 8.88 1.27
jiE; With Leavi g-"A cident firearm in Martin '. -, Tt
County. In.lgT9.he. .. ,.oiJiI DISCOUNT PRICE WAS*4rCeroNna "
tijtf! A Starke tpfnager was charged was sentenced anWadditioualStWyears ,
"" carelessHriving and the in prisonfor"'aggravated: '' ANNO'UNCEMENT'Drs. 65% granular ctitorlne formula Heavy duly 100Mn,1 Is nylon flew facial quality tlsaua. -
With leaving
keeps pool water sanitary and ntntuuiti Mtm sold brsss couP 1-PV. SOO shest lo a roM
scene of an accident after his car assault at Union Correctional Institu parkllng!Handy 75 Ib. Kze. *>gs. *-yr.guv. at a__-up prim
struck a utility pole on Lake Street, tion.
100 feet south of Adkins Street In Lytle'and Yant

Starke at 8:31: a.m. Wednesday,
March 18.Tillman. Podiatrists Foot Specialists
Peter Richardson 16, of Inmate Pleads GuiltyTo Announces the

Starke,was not injured but damage to Weapon PossessionA Openingof A
the 1968 Pontiac sedan he was drivingwas their Officeat A.. _
Florida State Prison inmate was
estimated at $250.
Damage to the utility pole owned by given five additional years after he save up to 46% EA E
the City of Starke was estimated at pleaded guilty Wednesday, March 18, ,, :'a! ,

< $215.00.: to possession of a weapon by a state Union GeneralHpspital (AQUA-FRESH Unit 2))WAS*TOOTHPASTE T9:. .... 8.2..OS.... .1.19
:; :.'. 'The car was tray ling south on prisoner in Bradford County Circuit VAQISIL CREME MEDICATION i

Lake Street, struck a qtility poJe and Court. 'Lake Buffer 1 M. WAS +65:. . .. 1.19 t ,
: Rodney Wayne Malloy, 28, was
i left the scene, according to the StarkePoRce 1,49..1.29
Department. I $H sentenced by Judge R.A. (Buzzy) -------- DRISTAN TABLETS 24-1 WAS
Green Jr., to five years after he em
Assistant Police ChMjJfHacold 'changed his plea to possession of a ANACIN TABLETS loo'. WAS /.sa, .. 1.69 If a 1.27 WEB SAND CHAIR
(:re'- cited Richanls6h-6n: the Practice limited to: y ER
homemade knife in his FSP cell last SHJOENCECONDITlONEn .
'.arel '& driving and leaving thelicene 14. -" 15 OZ.WAS a&. .. .. .. 1.49fOTOA OT. K7-, 5.88

tthe accident charges' 'Hi,. A. jm ) September The state dropped a charge of Diseases of the fooflpnd leg. AGREE MTENSIVE HAIBTREATMENT 35f CQ "ISoUPTn **f WERE see-

\ C D'l2CarsLollideJ possession of a controlled substancetwo ,- 40Z.jerorTubeWAS t. Mav.aa _

methaqualone tablets in return Including surgery sports; med tine, 2.5 8ECnETANn.PCTSP.RANT OK.WAS**S:... .. QO* of. SSS OIL SS.foV'St*. with rihsWMi colorful.F *ta rainbow.
lylotOT Quwl ana i b iw y.a
the other
for Malloy's plea to charge.
At LB In sectiomub Information was presented to the children and general fpotdisorders.Phono .

Two drivers were .charged in a court that Malloy is currently serving
reck at the intersects* f SR121nd four consecutive life sentences, two of : 496-232:
CR-229 in Raiford at 5:45'p.n'Lriday : "'"'r them for murder. :
March 20. Malloy told Judge Green the reason T

,i( Charles Wilburn 4 Harper-;! of he wanted to plead guilty was so that 1
Raiford was and was taken he could'get back to an open popula tin '

Bby injure Union General l wing from confinement wing. ( ':" 11 11

I Hospital in Lake Butler where he was -

:.'admitted after Y'eetnieni.Harper I .:S: _. __ _; I .If' _ve .wJti'J"!: !
,js was released fr -
r. day March 21.i Ojrnagei! Xo P the 1972 JUMBO OAHMENT VOUR
Ford pickup truck he was driving was GAMBLING TRIP FOR SALE 27.88 BAQ.WASfcrr.. 1.97 5.88 e 1.47

i estimated; at 1000. WAS aea stir oR DRESS M rv-i wAS&.aaOURotscouwr PRICE
'* Alston R. Taylor, Jr., 44, of HOUSE WITH 5 ACRES ," v 3-wey operelkm-ACy SAftMENT BAGS>fc. 7/ Chrome-ploled grid 24"wan rtng or 33x21"
/Jacksonville was nof Injured but APRIL 20-23 Country living ot its fln..t. N.wly built 3 bdrm 2 both bsnery/euto. QUILTED viNYL 4 *\ rah oldtng steel legs, surtar.cutorM.*.,..
dama'ge to the 1978 Buick sedan he home. Imm.dlat. occupancy.own. moving out of :Steam curing Won SHOES BAO._ .. .I.SyEsey eesembla. BEACH BAU.
was driving was estimated at $2,500. ;J town. Fireplace, w/w carpet, cent. H/A, also WAS saes-6.89 WAS.1U:4'r.311 GO

The pickup truck was eastbound on 3 nights $355.00 pe person refrigerator., stave, and 01'0,... Property ....c.... Shop where your dollar buys morel!
CR-229, went through the stop sign Into ,_. Quick acc. to SR24I.
the path of the car southbound on 1rtfrs KMT TER/IY SHORT 1
SR-121, and was struck by the car according ((500 front) LAKE VIEW HOME WITH APT. POLO Lh SET$
to the Florida Highway Lovely :J bdrm i bath home across from Lake ....1.'. -
,, Patrol. Includes: W/W carpet cant H/A. .to".. Eitabllshed I ) 6.94 r 8.88

> Roberts cited Harper neighborhood with landscaped. Also ha. efficiency. i1 18.00 VAlUE DISCOUNT PLACE

for violation of right of way. Trooper Round trip airfare ,,.' opt not attached, or could be used .. office. 4 _e--..onTsoada, ; end __ AuL 91t -.W Ir

V. Roberts cited Taylor for unlawful 3 wf1rtm S-ICL. "'a> Ydla'S.U.LII
speed charge stating that Raiford nights roomComplimentary 10+ ACRES Off SR 100 4Approx. f \ 1
1 Police clocked;; Taylor doing 49 miles show lO'/i .c,.. right' off SRIOO wooded lots of
per hour in a 35-mile zone. road frontage. Asking' 11,000.00.. owner financed _
i\ ticket with' 5000.00 down balance. tt Se.OOO.M payable cL M
? monthly at $100.00 for 5 ,_re. NO INTEREST.Can you aI"I

\. FSP Inmate Guilty Transportation and tips beat that?" Will soil additional' acreage In near
i future with option available now to buyers of above
r Of Possessing Weapon to and from airportand
;'listed. 10 acra trect. Setter Hurry! 11
i' A five man-one woman jury after hotel fIn
-, 15 minutes of deliberation found an in- ACRES + on SRI3I _
mate at Florida State Prison guilty flight 'meals Appro. e oc,.. located 2'/. miles north. of lake
Tuesday, March 1.7,17"Dtpossession of a' But I.,. Has road frontage on SR121 and 1200 H. en T.
', weapon by a state, prISOMI"-after a In-flight bar allowance 5; :county road. Owner will flnanco. Anxious to self.

one-day trial at the Bradford. County. y
Courthouse in Starke. Further Reduced Rates 40 ACRES WOODED WITH POND

Circuit Court Judge R.A. Buzzy) Appro 40 .c,.. of woods, 2 ponds. 7 acres of Improved
'Green, Jr. sentenced...JanAllen For Those Qualifying pasture., has appro.,:SAO reed ......... :

i Cutler, 23, to serve five additional $315 ((1,000 front) 'f. Owner financed to qualified buyer;?fl.tOO.OO. Near
per person -.ra Pt-WABBE>D
in state prison to be added to his WorthingenSpring. .
years .....-.uesrsCIII.- .....,
Y Cutler waived
current prison sentence. $195 per person ((2,500 front)
!I' a pre-sentence report and was im-, 3 soa,. 1'/ BATH HOUSE 6.94 1.66 3.96 2.96WAS
*' mediately sentenced after the verdict $115 per person ((3,500 frdnt) with flraplaco In.000.00.
WBol! UP TO Mr WBiE1lr 1v6tE4w
: in court.
was published
Our beM-MOtoa style M M OOOOM aMrtesoL weave Bun.ai1.brI.
reexy open ppra
''' Testimony was presented by the JANE S. USHER REALTOR :canon twa. Same *. pleas or tog. Marts si nykm, wsekeMa .. ropo ......,..
state to show that during a shakedown 'No cost per 360 W. Main SI. I ragB.s, >. 's 2.b 35. .s... sMs.. S....L 4 IgMMoM. 7-12. _es- .._.
; of the prison's Q-wing last October 22, person

I i correctional homemade knife.beneath officers found the false a ((5,000 front) 496-3136 lake Buff.or,. Florida ,4f6.2M.1Day STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS

bottom of a cardboaritbox on the floor Call John or Joyce at 904/9644484/ Night L 312 W.Mad'son St.
of Cutler's celI4 j V '* Hwy. 21 & 100t

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i Some Mama may. be available on a epeciel order' bula,..Ou ntftln may be limited on

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8753 ATIONALI } Hedge Trimmer 2)c( <1]

38.99 2988 INSTANT
I Double edge permits cutting in either
direction..3000 SPM REMOVER
Handy wishbone cord connection... 8118
Big 24-Inch, Wrap-around handle

Garage' Sweep 199 r

10.99 799VALUE v ?ea 3.49 VALUE

Daily DryerSAVE
1- Spray on.Mildew disappears
Top quality, long handle sweep -- No scrubbIng.No rinsing
Ideal for bathrooms,showers
24-inch wide for quicker cleaning oYour .
Pint bottle w/pump/ spray
Palmyra fiber, lacquered block

SAVE 350Men'sWomen' "'- $8.071! Sprinklers ChoiceS ..

SAVE $5.96
Clothes Dryer
1.-1 to 9.MVALUES 588
Work Gloves
1.25 27.95 **i Q88} YARDPRIDE
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I Obituaries.... -age Mrs.Mrs.64, Ottilia of Ottie Lake(Ottie Bedford M. Easterllng) M., Starke EasterUng deed I 004000] C0( (BGI3ID I I I

in the Methodist Hospice Unit in ,
Jacksonville Wednesday morning
following a long illness. counties.
received at least
Born in Caulksville,Arkansas,Dec. Commission Sends application must
; sixty days in advance of the first day Regarding the archery season,
1, 1916, Mrs. Easterling had lived in
Clarence E. Deese Jerome Blake Smith Jacksonville for 18 years before mov- Out Hunter Surveys of the proposed tournament. Commissioners set September 19
the dates.
Master Clarence James Earl here. She was a member of theL.A.F.R.A. were' 'mailed Applications for fishing tournament through October 18 as
ing Hunter
Blake Smith 65, of surveys in
Jerome at
age obtained season
Deese, age 2 months, of Starke, died Lake Branch #126 in Jackson- recently by the Florida Game and permits may be There will be no open
Ala. of Fish of
Mentone, formerly and Fresh Water in that portion
Florida Game
Mar. 18 in the Broward county;
Wednesday evening, ville, and member of the St. Williams Fresh Water Fish Commission to
Butler Fl. died Friday morning, of- L-28 Canal
Commission's Lake City regional Dade county east of
Bradford following a
County Hospital in
Catholic Church Keystone Heights. throughout the state to
March 20 at his residence. sportsmen that of
fice. and south of U.S.41; in portion
sudden illness. "
Survivors include: her husband. determine hunter activity this past
Survivors include: his wife,Mae Beach county south of State
Infant Deese was born in University Henry B. Easterling; two daughters, Palm
Smith two sons, Donald L. Smith, season. Dates of Hendry
Jacksonville, on Jan. 12, ; Hunting Road 80; in that portion
Hospital, Rose Henderson, Orange Park "Two statewide mail surveys are
Head J. Smith, Men- in
Valley Wayne east of LI and L2 levees; or
1981. tone his mother, Lillie Smith, Men- and Anita Marie Coleman, Jackson. conducted annually to determine hun- Set By CommissionThe county counties south of
; Monroe
Survivors include: his parents, vile; three brothers, C.J. Seller, ting and utilization of Collier or
two brothers pressure
tone 6 grandchildren; 1981-82 Florida hunting regula- hunting permittedin
Clarence W. and Charlotte G. Deese; ; Cookville, Tex., Edwin Soller, Ft. Florida hunting lands," said:Robert U.S. Highway 41 (
one sister Syba J. Griffis, Starke; and one sister. and Pete Soller tions were approved in principle that tract lying between U.S.41 and
at 2p.m. Smith, Ark., B. Butler, administrative assistant and
held Saturday Florida Game
Services were the
March 6 by .
paternal grandparents. Earl and in Burt-Whitmire Funeral Home Caulksville, Ark.; one sister, Agnes with the Division of Wildlife of the Fish Commission. the Loop by archers -
Fresh Water will be permitted
Delorias Deese, Jacksonville; maternal Heinrich Caulksville Ark. 6 of the Hunting
in : Commission. He is in charge '
with burial following approved in Baker
grandparents, James and Mae Chapel and 2 great-grandchi dddren The five Commissioners for deer, bear (only
; statewide
Bankhead Cemetery. surveys. the dates for the general hunting counties), turkey (gob-
and Columbia
Griffis, Starke paternal great- and be
; and numerous nieces nephews. Butler said data received are to
grandparents, Wrentzia Deese. Funeral mass was held at 10:00 used by the Commission in planningand season for non-migratory blers only in Leon, Wakulla, Gadsdenand
Jacksonville, Rabbi and Mamie Storyof in animals to begin November Jefferson counties, with no
A.M.. Saturday, Mat. 21 St. administration of wildlife
AddisonMrs. wildlifefor
Mrs. Clarice D. for harvesting of the
The schedule in other counties
Portsmouth Virginia; and mater- Williams Catholic Church. The Christian management programs.One turkey
nal great-grandparents, Mrs. Mandy Clarice D. Addison, age 61, of Wake Service was at 7:30 P.M. of the statewide surveys, to 1981-82 includes: Northwest Region), squirrel, quail
Griffis, Starke and Mrs. Lula Gibson, Lake Butler, died early Monday mor- Friday in the chapel of DeWitt C. determine hunting season harvest, Fall season for turkey-Only Leon, and wild hogs during the season.
Jacksonville. ning in Bradford County Hospital. Jones Funeral Home. Father Michael was mailed to 7,519 persons who pur- Gadsden, Wakulla and Jefferson Archers will also be allowed to hunt
Funeral services were held at 11:00 Born in Union County, Mrs. Addisonwas Williams officiated.Interment was in chased hunting licenses this past counties of the Northwest Region are during the muzzleloading gun season
a.m. Saturday, Mar. 21, from the the widow of the late Johnny A. Keystone Heights Cemetery. year. The survey asks hunters to Indicate open for fall turkey hunting and for which has been set for the Northwest
graveside in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith \ddison and was a member of the such information as species of gobblers only from November 14 Region from February 6 through 21.
Rev. Lester Austin, pastor of Johnstown Baptist Church. wildlife harvested, where in the state through January 31. All other regionsof The muzzleloader season in all
Laura Baptist Church,officiating. Arrangements Survivors include: her mother Mrs. Roberta FrenchMrs. the wildlife was harvested and the the state either sex turkey (with other regions of the state will be October -
were under the directionof Mrs. Ida Dees, Lake Butler; four A. Roberta "Bobbie" French, number of days hunted. gobblers only in Alachua), November 23, 24 and 25. Hunting for legal
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home of daughters, Mrs. Melvernia Tubber- 65,of Keystone Heights, died ear- "This information is most impor- 14 through January 10. buck deer, wild hogs where declared
Starke. ville and Mrs. Patricia Thomas both ly Sunday morning Mar. 22, in tant to the Commission to establish Spring season for turkey The legal game, squirrel, quail and rabbit
of Lake Butler, Mrs. Phyllis Keystone following a long illness. such information as trends of harvest harvesting of gobblers will be allowedin shall be permitted during the
Williams, Jacksonville and Mrs. Moving from Guuport, Miss to the data from year to year and mandaysof that portion of the state south of muzzleloader gun season.
Christopher M. Crouch Mavis Johns, Macclenny; six sons, Keystone Heights area over ten years hunting activity during the generaland State Road 50 (which crosses throughthe Also Commissioners approved in
Master Christopher Michael Rev. Melvin Addison and Daniel Addison ago,with her husband, the late WilsonL. special seasons," he said. Orlando area) from March 6 principle fish management area
Crouch, age 3, died in the Shands of Lake Butler, William Addison French, Mrs. French was born in Butler said the information is utiliz- through March 28; the portion of the regulations and wildlife managementarea
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville Winter Haven, Joe Addison Texas and was a member of the Lake ed by wildlife biologists to determineif state lying north of State Road 50 to regulations for 1981-82.
Tuesday morning following a sudden Macclenny, Carl Addison, Walled Hill Baptist Church. hunting pressure for wildlife the eastern boundary of Jefferson During the meeting 17 former Com-
attack of Meningitis. Lake, Mich. and S.Sg. James W. Addison Survivors include: one brother, Bill species needs adjustment in various county March 13 through April 4;and missioners were honored. A special
Master Crouch was born in Ft. Lynord Wood, Mo.; three Beck, Benson, Ariz.; a niece, Mrs. areas of the state. that portion of the state lying west of recognition was given Major Louis F.
Jacksonville N.A.S. Nov. 25, 1977. sisters, Mrs. Pearlie Croft, Lake Roberta Dodd, Keystone Heights; The second statewide survey was the eastern boundary of Jefferson Gainey, who retired as manager of
Survivors include: his mother, Butler, Mrs. Reatie Grimes, Clear- and a nephew, Lane Sibley, Keystone mailed to 18,968 persons who purchased county March 13 through April 11. the Everglades Region after 32 years
Theresa Crouch; grandparents Mr. water and Mrs. Geneva Finley, Heights. a wildlife management area stamp Quail and squirrel All areas of with the Commission.The I
and Mrs. Robert L. Crouch; and one Raiford; four brothers, Leavy J. Funeral services were held at 10:00A.M. which allows hunters to harvest the state from November 14 through next meeting of the Commissioners '
brother David, all of Lawtey. Dees, Wichita Falls, Tex., Seber K. Tuesday, Mar. 24, in the Lake wildlife on some five million acres in March 5 (no open season on fox squir- was tentatively set for May 8 I'
Funeral services were held at 2:00P Dees Henry L.Dees and James Dees, Hill Baptist Church with Rev. Bobby the wildlife management area rel in Lee, Hendry, Palm Beach, in Punta Gorda.
M. Friday, Mar. 20 in the Chapel of all of Lake Butler; 34 grandchildrenand Knight, pastor, and Rev. Leamon system. Monroe, Collier, Dade and Broward
Funeral Home with 25 great-grandchildren. .. I
DeWitt C. Jones Ward, officiating. Interment was in the and -
"We need to determine type
Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. Inter- Funeral services will be held Thursday under the directionof
Gadara Cemetery number of wildlife harvested on our (96 !1
ment was in Hope Cemetery at (today)March,at Church 2:30 p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, various management areas as well as J
Theressa. the Johnstown Baptist near
Lake Butler with Rev. Roscoe Creed Keystone Heights. usage of the management area Decorated For Easter i
system by hunters," Butler said. f
and Rev. Leslie Thomas officiating.
Nolan Leon Bryan Interment will follow in Mt. Zion Mrs. Margaret M. EdwardsMrs. "It is very Important that persons Cookies Cakes & I

Nolan Leon Bryan, 68, of Starke, Cemetery, Union County. Funeral arrangements Margaret M.Edwards,age 60, who receive a survey respond" Cupcakes ($
the hunted not, Butler
died early Friday morning at are under the direction of whether they or ..
died Wednesday morning -
followingan of said. "We, of course, are not able to -
Bradford County .
Fraser Funeral Home of Macclenny.Joe March 18, in University Hot Cross Buns
extended illness. Question all hunters in the state as to I
Born and raised in Florida, Mr. Hospital, Jacksonville, following a their season activity and this random

Bryan was Station employed in Starke by for Conway'sService many Gray. Jr. long Born Starke on Jan.29, 1921,Mrs. sample important is the best source" of such U1l113 L (iJ0U? 2C eUJGJI( 1 ? : !

health forced his retire- Joe Gray Jr., age 67, of Lake Edwards was a member of the Bap-- Butler said the information received -
years until He ill member of the AirPark Butler, died Sunday afternoon in the tist faith and had recently been living form the statewide surveys wouldbe ? ., 138 E. Call St.Starke's II
ment. was '
Church of Starke. Union General Hospital after an apparent with her son in Jacksonville. She was turned over to the North Carolina I? Own Baker .
Baptist heart attack. the widow of the late Lamar S. "Jim-
Institute of
Survivors include: two sisters, Mrs. State University,
Waldo and Mrs. Thelma Born in Warrenville, S.C., Mr. Gray my" Edwards. Statistics, Cooperative Wildlife
Inez Wilson and one brother, had lived most of his life in Macclenny Survivors include: one daughter, Research Unit. The data will be expanded -
Bryant Fred Bryan, Macclenny Starke.; Fl. until moving to Lake Butler Mrs. Linda L. Hutchings, Glen Saint to give the Commission an r-----Are =Looking :a Church Home l J
Funeral services were conducted seven years ago. He was a mechanic Mary; one son, Larry S. Edwards, overview of hunter activity this past
retired from the Aero in Lake Jacksonville and 4 grandchildren.
Monday. March 23, at 2 p.m. in the ; hunting season. YOU Have Found It
Funeral services were held Friday, /71q t tI
chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral City and attended the Congregational The Commission also sent a fall I
Holiness Church. March 20 at 11:00 A.M. in the DeWittC. random
in Cemeterywith turkey hunting survey a
Home. Burial was Dyal

charge Archie of arrangements.Mrs. Tanner Funeral. Home in Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Hallgren. Jones officiating.Chapel with Interment Mr. Don selection Region of of the hunters state. in the Northwest j Jjjft I First Assembly of God j

followed in the family plot in Crosby
Mary Harris Gray, Lake Butler; one Among the information sought was
Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C.Jones; wanted fall
daughter, whether hunters a turkey
Josephine II. StrandbergMrs Gloseclose of Cocoa Beach; two step- Fuenral Home in charge.,of ar>> .-* 'l1 tingft.l on. '" .' I HWY 16 &weldon, St., starke.. I
Josephine H. Strandberg, 89, daughters, Mrs. Carol Grantham, rangements.. *, k w ..-JBifrAft: 'i ,,:i" "a" /ItJ. m. jJ ,.rue. ,InFishing ,:mumnl .iiNhl'.71.iui.i' '' I I. .I <..uu.rbI .J '"d n., I m., t
Sunday morn- ::
of Melrose died early Lake Butler and Mrs. Gayle BielJmg, I' H .
ing, Mar. 22, in the Bradford Count Providence; three sons, Monroe A. Is business for the King. You are welcome to share t
Hospital, Starke following a i Gray, Macclenny, Joe Gray III, Glen Card of Thanks Tournament I this joyous Christian experience with us.
lness. St. Mary and Tim Gray, Ocala; two Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended f Requires Permit : t
Moving from Jacksonville to stepsons, Eugene Johns, Lake Butler comforting sympathy and helpin Old Fashioned Up to Date
Melrose over 37 years ago with her Starke four Individuals or organizations planning -
and Alfred Johns, ; our recent sorrow. For the .
husband the late Charlie C. Strand- brothers, Charlie Gray, Atlanta, Jim- beautiful service,floral offerings, and to conduct a fishing tournament in t Full Gospel Bible Teaching
berg, Mrs. Strandberg was born in Gainesville Ga. Wilbur the fresh waters of Florida must ob- f
my Gray, other kindnesses, we are deeply
Union County near Lake Butler, and Gray, Linconton, Ga. and Walter grateful. tain a permit from the Florida Game t Sunday School(Sun.). . . . . .10:00 a.m. :
of the Melrose and Fresh Water Fish Commission."A .
was a member Warrenville, S.C. three Deese Family
Methodist Church. Mrs. Strandberghad Gray sisters,, Mrs. Geneva Olt, and; Mrs. The fishing tournament is defined as I Morning Worship (Sun.). . . . 11:00 a.m.

lived in Jacksonville for 30 years Virginia Coffee, both of Warrenville, 3/26 Itpd. having an entry fee of $25 or more, I Revival Time (Sun.). . . . . 7:00: p.m. fI t
and other exceeding
before moving to Melrose. S.C. and Mrs. Mary Nobles, Colum- >w cash prizes a
Survivors include: one son, Paul R. bia, S.C.; and 19 grandchildren. $1,000 in value, or entries in excess of I Prayer Meeting Tu..10:00 a.m. .
Jacksonville; one ServiiceiiiiifrPvt. 50 people or 25 boats", Jerry Krum-
Strandberg daughter. Mrs. Dorothy S. Butler, Or- Funeral services were held nnrich regional fisheries biologist I Family Night (Weq.)_ . '.' ...,.. . 7:30: p.m. .iiI .' t

mond Beach; grandchildren; and Wednesday at 11:00: A.M. in the ._: said. Sponsors of fishing tournamentsmust Nursery Open for Infants.,a_Toddler ,di)
ns!: rb'l lPaston
three greatgrandchildren.Funeral chapel of Archer Funeral Home of Austin DJScoggins: submit an application to the .I t tL
held at 2:00()( Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Rev. Paul
services were Lake Butler with Rev. Marcus Woods Private Austin'D. Scogginsi; son of Baughman ,. II11 ( I
p.m. Tuesday Mar. 24, from tht and Rev. Roy Yarbrough officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Amon";Scoggms, .,. Tallahassee, Florida 32301. The -.J
graveside in Elzey Chapel Cemeter Burial followed in Cedar Creek Starke, recehtly completed tracked- ,.. .."I ,
near Lake Butler with Rev. Davia Cemetery in Baker County under the vehicle mechanic course at: the.U.S. ,
Landers officiating. Funeral ar direction of Archer Funeral Home of Army Armor School. FortKnox,Ky. .
rangements were under the directionof Lake Butler. During the course, Pvt; Scogginswas 9
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, trained to repair "engines, MFIC S i 19Ot

Keystone Heights, Fl. transmissions, and the fuel electrical t
and hydraulic systems:of the Army's;
trackedvehicles.They also learnedto mEfli

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BriefsStealing mired abandoned vehicles., damaged: -"disabled., or

Teenager Beer Keg

For School BurglaryA Gets Youth ArrestedA FLORIDA : ] SALE" 'i

teenager was arrested Monday, 17-year-old juvenile was arrested
March 23, by the Bradford County Monday, March 23, by the Bradford 1.
Sheriff's Department on a charge of County Sheriff's Department for THEATRE .
burglary and grand theft of over stealing an aluminum beer keg from
$2,000 worth of electronic training of Perry Lyons at Olin's J
equipment from Bradford County Trader Park on CR-16 about 3 miles Starke 9645451Fri.
High School. west of Starke.
Bradford County Sheriff Dolph Red- The juvenile turned himself into the PIANOS

dish stated the 17-year-old male BCSD and was charged with petty ., Sat.. & Slin.t -
juvenile is charged with breaking into theft.A .
the JROTC building at BCHS duringthe neighbor saw the teenager and an
weekend of January 23 and steal- unidentified male run into the Lyons FOR
ing the equipment.A yard and pick up an item and then run i
search warrant was obtained by 'nto the woods according to the
the BCSD from Bradford County BCSD.
Judge Elzie S. Sanders for a home in Mrs. Lyons went to the other end of :; RENT
Lawtey and deputies recovered all of the woods and saw the juvenile com- 12' ,
the stolen property just prior to the ing from a wooded area. Deputies _
arrest of the teenager. recovered the beer keg that was hidden
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I -2".t2 ''Il Hampton Hilights ;-2PC-2'C'IfC-2'C'I2'82'82tC'U? ; ; <<"I2tC fCassandra JROTC Feb.AFI 24 InspectionHeld

by Dolores Meng day.Mike Carole Stevenson accompanied their Patricia Rhoden, Sid Russell, Billy The Annual Formal Inspection of
phone 4BH-1913 Meng visited relatives and 6th and 7th grade classes to Santa Fe Seville, Christa Wood and Tracy the Bradford High School JHOTO
friends in Tampa over the weekend.His Community College Auditorium on Youngblood. : unit was conducted Tuesday.
Condolence sister, Phyllis McClure and sons, March 19. There they all enjoyed the 7th Grade Amy Clark,Brenda Curtis February 24, 1981, on the BUS football
Sympathy is extended to the family Kasey and Ryan, returned home with musical production "Finian's Rain- Daniel Dailey, Jimmy Loiacano, I field by the first ROTC region.
and friends of Major Lanler who died him to spend the week with her bow"' presented by the Santa Fe Melissa Payne and Melissa Williams. The Inspection Team from Fort
last week in Kingsville, North parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng. Players. Bragg, N.C., consisted of Ltc. Girard
Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Lanier livedin Hampton Elementary School This musical comedy consisted of a and Capt.! Hightower.
this area bout 25 years before mov- CTBS Tests good story with very good vocal and The Inspection Team arrived at
ing to N.C. Among those who attended Tests on basic skills were given to instrumental music as well as ,excellent Bradford High School at 8:30: In the
his funeral were Johnnie and Ruthie all grades at the school last week. acting and dancing. The other morning and was greeted by the Drill
Gaskins and Virginia Roark. They all There was a very good attendanceand school personnel and parents who at- Team and Honor Guard. From 8:10:: to
returned home on Wednesday. teachers appreciate the efforts of tended also thoroughly enjoyed this 10:05: the Team received briefings
Hospitalised parents to have their children attendon from the Cadet Battalion Commander
Norma Melton and Stella Brown time and with a good attitude. production.Hampton Christian AcademyMr. Cadet Staff and our Senior
entered Bradford County Hospitallast Energy Conservation Dwight Vanderboegh of the Army Instructor Ltc. Smith. They
week for treatment. We wish Energy Conservation Is being prac- Hampton Christian Academy an- began their inspection by starting
them a speedy recovery ticed at the school with posters made nounces the following as having attained with the facilities, administration
BirthdaysRobbie by students lining the walls to remind the "A" Honor Roll, with a 94 .n security, supply and training. Then at
Padgett celebrated his 8th others of the part they can play in conserving or above average for the school r 10:30: the actual Cadet Inspection\
birthday on March 19 with a party at energy.On quarter: Melody Brown, Vonda Fisher began.
his home. Ills family and classmates Friday, March 27, each teacher Brown, Robert Contois, Mark Runner-Up HE Spt'ller"stampede" Three companies, each consistingof
enjoyed the delicious cake and punch plans to take her class outside for a 45 Crawford, Marty Johnson, Trish two platoons each, with the except
and the fun games they played. minute break as a method of conserv- Jones Tracy Lindsey and Michelle tion of the second company with onl I>
to win the HE bee.
Jerry Shepherd celebrated his 8th ing energy. iVhitehead. one platoon because of the shortage of
birthday on March 22. Spelling Bee On the"B" Honor Roll having an 86 Competing in the HE spelling bee Cadets, participated in the inspectionAfter
VisitorsMr. On Monday, March 30, Amy Clark, to 94 average were: Matthew Brown, were- Harold the inspection of ranks, and Mrs. Otis Leech left Sun- the 7th grader who came out in first Kim Mclntire and Wendy Sullivan. Fifth graders: Andy Froy, parade of pass and review of the But
day for their home in Owensboro, place in the March 13th School Spelling Mitchell, Andy Redding, Sid Russell, talion was put into gear After tin
Kentucky, following a two month'svisit Bee, will attend the Countywide the Softball SportsIn recently and Cassandra Fisher. parade our BHS Drill Team performed
played -
Bee in Starke. game Sixth graders: Tammy Peoples, outstanding job. After
with her sister, Viola Lefebvre Spelling Accompanying doing an
the H.E.S. North Florida
won over
Amy Clark Robin Griffis, Sean Smith, Shannon
and the Henry Spell family. Amy will be fifth grader, Cassan- Christian Academy. The H.E.S. boys lunch the Inspection Team gave the
Connie and William Muse and son, dra Fisher, who was second In the Champion: lit;speller.0 Ford, Frantz Innocent. JROTC staff an exit briefing.
won by a 6 to 2 score, while the girls Russell
Seventh graders: Brett ,
Russell also fifth The officers congratulated the coin
Shaun, spent the weekend with their Bee. Sid a grader, won by a forfeit.
the third best Melissa Williams,Amy Clark, Daniel manders for having an outstanding
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fitz- was place speller. Amy Clurk, Chump
patirck and family in Tampa.Mr. Melissa Williams, a seventh grader, Fourth Six Weeks Judges Wadsworth. battalion, also on appearance
and Mrs. Eugene Meng of was in fourth place. Honor Roll Students HE Bee were Ernestine Denmarkand knowledge and manual of arms
Toledo, Ohio, visited the Paul Meng Finlan's Rainbow All A's and B'. Spelling Claudette Peters, HE teachers, Last year we ranked Honor I.nit
and Francis Meng families on Sun- Mrs. Ernestine Denmark. and Mrs. 1st Grade Scott Bran am, Scott and Principal Connie Clark. Pro- with Distinction won't have this\ ,
Campen, Crystal Coggins, Lonnie Seventh grader Amy Clark, nouncer was HE librarian Kathryn year's results until late May
Custer, Jessica Fisher, Joey Hall,, of Mr. and Mrs. Connie Wigglesworth.
Regina Padgett, Ann Carol Roberts, daughter ...- ...- ...- --- ...... -- i
Florida baS Clark of Hampton Lake, spelled ------ --------- -
David Roberts and Darlene Rush. "stampede" to become champion
2nd Grade Janet Bunner, Melissa speller of Hampton ElementarySchool U.S. 301 South
Byrd, Andria Fenton, Aimee Hodges, for 1981. THEUTFITTERS I
Honors Amy Home and Jennifer Phifer. Fifth grader Cassandra Fisher,
EmployeesKey 3rd Grade Allison Archey,Michael daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Campen, Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes, Fisher of Hampton, is the runnerup.The f
Mary Hill, Stefanie Hughes Misty two young ladies will represent
Koehler,Jerry Loiacamo and Angela 904 964.7855
in the OWNFR
Hampton Elementary county-
award of 20 without a Al ESPINOSA N
A Mitchell.4th
officials of Florida Gas safety years wide spelling bee at 10 a.m. Monday,
Transmission Company honored local lost time accident was awarded to Grade Tina Branham, Brian March 30, in the school administration Open: 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m.4pm..
employees at their 21st annual dinner Communications and Electrical Davis, Quinton Ford, Billy Home, building on N. Temple Avenue in
Dist. No. 6, Gainesville.A and Mark Rhoden.5th .
Dept. Terri i Kennan

meeting 19 Master, at Turkey held of ceremonies Thursday Creek in Alachua.for night the, March dinner lost safety time award accident of 15 was years awarded without to a dra Fisher Grade, Andy- Diana Frey Cardin,Sandy Cassan-Friese, Starke.correctly Cassandra spelled missed"incite"incite.,"" Amy then .

was Station Pat No.Munden 16 at Brooker., S'jpt., Compressor without Compressor A safety a lost Station award time No.of accident seven 16, Brooker.years was Mindy Hersey, Andy Redding, I J!!!!: CCCL'LLr' L t rCLLL'i

Guest speaker was E.J. Burgin,Executive -
Vice-President, Florida Gas awarded to Measurement Dept.,Dist. The Chinese Garden
Transmission Co. from Winter Park. No. 7, Gainesville. 1900 N. Temple Ave., Starke
The highlights of the evening's program A safety award of five years
the of annual without a lost time accident was Closed For Remodeling
was presentation Now
No. Contender 14 1
safety and/or employee service awarded to Pipeline Dept., Dist. Thompson Super

awards. 5, Gainesville. .C.ntono_ Will fee-open April 1, 1981
The 15 service awards were Florida Hydrocarbons Co. 222 j
year under New Management if
awarded to Elery Griffis, Florida Gas Brooker received an award for reduc- .".lId.rtn Your
Transmission Co., Sta. No. 16, 'ing disabling injuries during the .noUISplc, Breakfast Dinner _223
Florida Gas Transmission
Gas Brooker Transmission; Wayne Parrish Co., Sta., Florida No. 16, natural gas pipeline subsidiary of Strl.Cooklng 7am 9am 4pm 9 pm 30.30 Choice

Brooker Gerald Baldwin, Florida Continental Resources Company,
Hydrocarbons; Co., Brooker; Leonard headquartered in Winter Park, PHONE: "'::5125 Luncheon Specials -35 Remington f
Booth, Florida Hydrocarbons Co., Florida. The annual gatherings have 11:30am2:30pm
been a tradition since Florida Gas 357 Herrett t
Brooker; Fred Dyer, Florida Transmission began serving the stateof $19995
Hydrocarbons Co., Brooker and Florida with natural gas in 1959. _41 Mag.
Jacob Wallace. Florida Gas At the dinners employees and their
Transmission Co.Dist.No.,Pipeline wives and husbands hear a report on ( ( I Iwv .44 Mag.

Dept., Gainesville the Company's progress the previousyear .45 Winchester i
The five year service awards went and its future plans. In addition, s List Price24995

4 to Carl Beam, Florida Hydrocarbons employees earning long-service and .75 MM TCU
Company, Brooker and Bill Stinspn, safety awards are recognized. The ( ..
Florida Gas Transmission Co., Dist. meetings also give management the 11 11i
No. 7, Gainesville.A opportunity to personally meet all its
10 year award was awarded to approximately 383 employees at AEN
Gerald Graham, Florida Gas various locations in Texas,Louisiana, BELT
Transmission Co., Sta. No. 17, Silver Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.Rose' SURVIVOR

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The Full Gospel Business Men's a survl399klnner; t

t Fellowship will meet Saturday,
March 28, at the Western Steer Steak .... ,.
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House at 6:30: P.M. with guests Drsji wA

L Rose and Steve Gyland as speakers. Pistol Scopes
-+Fhe!speakers will begin at 7:30,so if t e sLeopold s lat4. ,
.Visitora cannot maka tb6l-Ginner..f, l "' o
free to'Come hear the Gy lands. fa
Dr. Steve Gyland, pediatrician, wasMtrrobxJ'ainpa : 4 Power $9995 t
and was a lukewarqi; _
Presbyterian 'through1' childhood and ,r
t "' jdriftingtoCollegefUrther'a
Smith & Wesson All Speed Loader Cases
\ the Air Force'and: private -' -- -- All |
practl<55. His M.D. id from Vanderbilt i and Steve'Gyland '

frfern Tube! Medical and School..his pediatrics Alligator Creek Ranch 1 1e Ammo 20% off '

.... at Dealer Cost J
''ktose/'was a Lutheran, a chemist lUS3QtS 16W3

bacteriologist? and a high scholbWIogy .
teacher born in.\ Asheville, ,.J "

:{ NIC.,They bothfgraduated.r North Carolina from(,h".1of theITnivoreitu ,"t J ]T D6J lIrt irL.'H..CLC..L.'HLU.ULU..W.L'.,......... ................ ..... .. .......,.... ........ ....... .............. ......... .......... ...,.., 'It I
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Hill: North.Carolina.i' Rc'h idS a
t. Doctorate In Counseling from Luther SRVE MONEY

Rice Seminary and heads up the Getting Married? fR'
h, "Telephone Counseling Ministry of AUTO lower rates for safe drivers. .
:J Channel 47 Christian Television of t
Jacksonville. They have six children, HOME preferred rates on newer homes.

all of whom have received the bap- LIFE low prices for families and non-smokers.
tism of the Holy Spirit, and six grand-
children. MOBILE HOME -..- BUSINESS -..- HEALTH :
Steve is active in medical affairs, ; WEDDING
secretary to the Florida Pediatric MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 496-3973 r .

Society, Chairman of the Mayor's 160 s. Lake Ave. 8:30: a.m. ;
Health Advisory Board, and on ij t
Board of Christian Television of Lake Butler, Fi. 5:00 p.m.c .',
Jacksonville. have a "
They praver
group. The Gylands' main interest is .1".1".1" #' .I"....,.""" .1'.1" I ""L! 7

to go everywhere preaching the : :,. \ .
with signs following. Since for .
almost 25 years. Steve and Rose pull- 1 '\ All Kinds of

ed in opposite directions, it has pleased .& Keystone : Wedding Accessories f
should live and '
the Lord that they

minister together in one accord as a s Kutters .. Including.. ...... !,. ,;.
team! Hallelujah!IJ
470 WHENCE BLVD. r r,' Guest Book / : .'; of
Servicemen KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FL .,. .
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Seaman Mark D.Box Glasses : 1 1 ; I

Navy Electronics Technician Welcomes J': yl ,
Seaman Mark D. Box son of Mrs. I' ..f.f. % '
Minnie M. Box and the late Tom Box, Vickie Kirchaine "' '' ; I THE f ,
of Starke has completed the Navy's ) .
Basic Electricity/Electronics ': DFFICEI'\ .
The self-paced course at Navy Ser- (Formerly the owner of > \
vice School Command Orlando, Fla. :Y
Included review of basic "A cut Above" Starke, Fla. SHOP
mathematics, fundamental electrical
Complete Line of
formulas plus the principles of alter. t 110 t W C.ill Si
nating and direct current circuits. Wedding Cards &
Students also received instruction on
basic circuit testing methods In- k1 Sl.irke Fin I Albums by Hallmark
cluding the use of multimeters and L
audio signal generators. S FAMILY HAIR CARE CENTER .
A 1978! graduate of Bradford High" FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL 473-7029 Call today for assistance
School Box Joined the Navy in l'
September 198O. He was recently = with your wedding planst
married to Debra Ann Griffis of ;
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nko in Hillcrest $800 WORKt Prices start at $49.50. Lok t frost 'free refrigerator RENT Available March 1. Call 496-3623 after 6 p.m FOR a special condition, 100000. Call loads only Phone
lown $146.44 per month! Remodeling work kitchen Geneva Trailer Park $125. never used twin box Phone 496.2308. TFN 3/12. to tee if you cjualify. piece of property If I 782.3911 anytime. 1 Itpd TAYLOR lowtey
Phone! 473.4058 or cabinet and trim Phone 4732879. tfnchf,1 springs...$35 each Early I and 2 BR MOBILE HOMES: Available April 1. Itpd don't have II, I'll find it 3/26. 782-3172 12/4 tfchg SALE
." 4367 alter 6 p.m. Reasonable 1/29 American queen size bed turn or unfurn Cent. A/H 3/26 Just ask....JANE S. USHER PIANO AND ALTO SAX. CYPRESS FOR. :
carpenter. $275 oak dresser and mirror $135 $160 located on Firewood, $5 "i cord, you
ilnchg' 3 26 Call Ed Dempsey ol OFFICE SPACE Keystone mo; REALTOR 496.2126 or OPHONE Piano, ,Is Kohler
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE 473.2477. rtnchg 3/5 Center. Approximately 35(I twin head board $125 SR 121 at E. City limits of 496-2903 eves? "Your Campbell brand Both In load. Custom cutting.2624. 7
coffee and two end tables Lake Butler. at the PERSONAL Lumber. Phone
ey lone Heights owner ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS') square feet $160 pei Inquire Union County Realtor tfn excellent condition. Call
f nanced, 10 percent in Closed Monday 8 month Call Keyston $125 recliner $75 Phone manager's office at Trailer SERVICES 468.2889. 3/19 2tpd 3/26. mi South of Starke on Eastside
meetings 752.7961 Providence. 3/19 of 301 across from
,rest Lots on clear landotiomod Friday Heights Realty Realtor #10 afternoons only INSURANCE
lake priced to p.m. Open meetings 4734961 tfnchg 3/5 Itchg 3/26 tfn. CUSTOM MADE MICROWAVE OVEN Brand Shady Oak Trailer Pork
Alonon Monday
,,.II horn 9900. One to 8pm 3pm. Alateen Monday 7 STORE FOR RENT ApproxImately ; AVAILABLE NOW Double MOBILE HOME Now DRAPERIES Free I MAINES INSURANCE AGEN New, Sensor Touch has POOL TABLE Fisher. 4'x 8',
',,jo acres overlooking lane. All meetings 'In 900 sq ft, in from Wide 24X52 three available. 5 miles west of estimates Local CYI 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake several power settings, regulation t" solid slate
,iccass available) with p.m.Educational Building Community of new post office Phone bedroom, one both CH Duk... CR239A. distributor for completely Butler 496.3978. Complete defrost cycle, meat probe bed w balls stick, & ac
"co trees from S3.500ibOO Church. tfnchg 4/2 473.2014. 4tchg 3/19.419 CA $800 equity and References Twin Hills washable nationally Insurance Service TFN large size Full factory cessorles $500.00 FIRM
down $50 a month PRESSURE CLEANING, PAINTING assume loon. Call 375-5923 Ranch 4963525. tpd 3/26. advertised Gardsette warranty. L.ftIn layaway SEARS '." 4x8 folding

ommercial frontage and wallpapering. WANTEDCASH or 3720719 after S p.m.Itchg Draperies. S&W Enterprises WANTEDHOME party left area Assume ping pong table with paddies .

i vestment opportunity Phone 473.2477. tfnchg 3/5 1 326.ROADTALKER. FOR SALE Ed or loma payments of $20 per and bolls $75.00.
oR 21N Owner.talesman. FOR GOLD, sterling, 40 CHANNEL 496.3253.. month White Sewing and Keystone Hgts. ,. Ph.
73 4375 tfnchq 35C PLUMBING REPAIRS..LarryTeague jewelry diamonds coins Stephen FOR FREE PUPPIES Appliance Center Archer 3 5 .tfn
Plumbing CB. mobile or base like 4 YR. OLD GELDING: 5/1/80TFN. sized. mired 473.3600.
Will visit home cute, beagle Gainesville
< OOBERMANS--TOP 475.1513. tfnchg' 5/21 your new complete with mike Registered quarterhorse ASH FOR GOOD USED FUR breed. Phone 496.3876. CAMPER:' For long wheelbase
376.5235. MrRittman 376.4466. 3/26 .
I Ialdy, only. You are In CARPENTRY AND MASONRY anywhere. $100 Camper top for sorrel) color. Ask for Jane NITURE from a living room 3/193/26. phone truck Sleeps 6 fully
toil 'lo visit our kennels WORK.-build patios odd!. tfnchg 35ROOMMATEMale longbed. roll out windows, 496-2126 or 496.2903. tfn suite to a whole house full. 2tpd UNCLAIMED I Itchg LAYAWAYaSIng..r's equIpped. Call 964.6957.
5 '1328CHEMf lions remodeling homes 01 $100.496.2655. l Itchg 3/26. 3/26.. Other things of value also. 3. 19 2tchg 3'26
\ ISTER DOBERMANhq and tile work. Also painting female Lake to Hutchinson share 3BR house$IOC ATTENTION lOGGERSi Log. YARD SALE: Sat March 28 9 Phone 752-1967 after 5 Pioneer Electric( Co. Singer's, Fulura finest. models one of JOHN DEERE MODEL M

2 5 Free estimates on ging outfit' for sale diesel am.4 p.m. 511 S.W. 12th p.m. 4 tpd 3/5 3/12 3/19 TRACTOR with equip
month $50 security Hour Service darnsmonograms .
plus 24 Zigzag.
!BOAT FOR SALE6', Correct per for
Phone 473.4473 during truck frame log trailer, St Tupperware Avon 3/26 Gem topper Import
1/3 utilities Phone buttonholes,
i aft inboard ski boat day. After 5 p.m. phone plus John Deere skidder home Interior Items Cchlldrens CHRISTIAN; LADY! will do 782-3065 truck Belly type disc plow
473.3110 or 473.4993. Keep stretch stitches etc Doesit
oiler 54,500. Phone3 Farmall
782.3906 Ifnchg 3.5 knuckle boom loader clothes MISc. light housekeeping shopping Industrial for cub. WANTED:
4tchg 3,12.42WORK all without attachments.
,./ 2241 3tchg 3 19.4,277B UNWANTED HAIR REMOVEDpermanently trying. WANTED House lobar truck two chainsaws Items 3/26 1 Itpd sitting with older Commercial sold for cub for parts. Call
: Originally over
tools chains in Union 9646488. V Thornton
by a daily or
.UPERSPORT Excellent cleaning or yard work on I a NEVER USED HIDE-A-BED: persons Residential $500 Pay off balance of
electrologistand binders and fuel lank Bradford Call 3 26 I Itpd.
registered basis References sofa and chair $100. area Bradford Co. cash
weekly $275. $146
Serving or assume
.1 Phone Bryan
"( non FT.
,its inexpensive Call $12000 equity balance 431 1851 after 5 p.m. I Itpd 18 CUBIC
475 1720. Itpd 3/26 dinnette set $75 double ol $12.70
payments per
for free demonstration $413 per month 24 months ... REFRIGERATOR: Holpomt.
okdays after 5:30: p.m. Phone 244-2163 bed $60. bassets bedroom month White Sewing and frostless with, icemoker
without obligation Amy I
"n i more information Electrolysis' 490 Lawrence HOMES FOR Valdosta, Ga. Ray Sellars suite $350 Fr. Prev desk S"'o.o---- .---o".S 5 I Appliance Center Archer like now. $373 .00.
$50 swivel rocker $75 Gainesville
chq 3 26 Blvd. Keystone. 473.7033. SALE Reason for selling,other interest ;;. Square 964.7537. 3 26 1 Itchg.
king size bed in plastic ; 376 4466. 3 26
.LIES. AKC phone
( in Keystone
tfnchg 3 5 2tcha 3/26 1/2. BABY PIGS: Reds and
''' Females $90 $300. queen size bed in !I fc PLUMBING SERVICE !Iii t 1 Itchg
ignis LET ME BAKE AND 2BR 1BA. CB HOME-oni 1974 FORD COURIER: low whites ALSO 1971 OLDS
nlos SI 10. Phone Tess DECORATE/ your child, birthday mile from center of mileage extra clean plastic $175 color TV. 2 AC Sampson City Road ((225)) !f i i.e '. FARMAll TRACTOR 140 CUTLASS. PW. air
264 4539 Sam. to 5 p m. cake. Differentdesigns Keystone Heights large $2.500. call 496.3625 after years old $300. Phone Vl ,. 961-552 -. Harrow 2 14" Bottom nIce. $400.00. Coll
hq 3 26.4 2 available. Phone I 117x200 I lot with fruit trees 6 p.m TFN 2/19. 7527961. Providence I OAR WARDROBE, SOFAS. I 1C 1 Itchg 3/26. df AINU Specializing InX00 6. cole planter fertilizer
473 2921 2lpd3 19-26 and sprinklered garden 1980 "STUMPNOCKER: : !). Itpd 3 26.
baby furniture t Saw Sharpening ...........,;: :'JJ. All good condition ring
airs' PAINTING-exterior and interlor Much more For appoint fool 9.8 h.p. Mercury :'P .... | dist very
?,idle bed mIsc. 'Hams Also mobile, home ment to see. phone trailer gas can, battery FOR YOUR .:tip \ used very little. MATTRESS AND BOX
K I I'd< Crystal Lake sealing Over 20 years ex 473.7105. 2tchg, 1926 trolling motor, all in new REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN Z' : *Limit One Coupon Per Service Call ..-:. $6600.00. Call 496.2171 or SPRINGS-twin sets $20 to
",..sites 473.2341. I IchgLOSTFOUND penance 473.3949. 2tpd BEAUTIFUL TWO ACRES conditIon. Make offer. UNION COUNTY :'P Good thru April 30th : > 473-2214. TFN 3 26I $30 double and queen

3 19.26I property and home In Phone 496.3625 after 6 -ResidentialAcr..oge !S I kCA 25" COLOR TV Walnut si.e. $40 to $50. Beasley.
I WILL BABYSIT in my home Deerwood Hills, 3 miles pm TFN 2i 19. -Commercial Leon T. Odom, Jr. Owner console under warranty Bargains 473 4S21Keystone .

,JNO Monday;;:; March! 23 for one child 3. 4. or 5 north of Keystone. 24x60 POODLE FOR SALE: male Call: Payoff balance due Heights tchg

SR 21! north Female years old. Phone 475.1820. mobile. home CH/A 3BR deep 2BA.corp.t. well,. nine months old. had all Venera BrownRealtorAssociate :;) 5.A.A..a.wly'PefVO' :: S-AVE=.. ......-.,.... ..$; 5) $188.00 cash or assume 3'26
shots. $35. seven
ogle tan no collar. 1 Itchg 3.26 payments $19.00 per POODLES: Miniature
'o nc-473.2325. Ichg I 3/26 with delicious water Elizabeth Mann one mile 496-3022 month. White Sewing and weeks light apricot;
$28.000. Owner will north on SR 121 Itchg Appliance Center Archer wormed $50.00. Call
Classified finance, with! reasonable 3; 19 Tiffin and OwensInc. Square Gainesville. 964-8276. 3 26 Itchg

MISCELLANEOUSMNGO Deadline down payment Discountfor 1967 INTERNATIONAL Realtors DIRT I phone 376-4466 3 26 NURSERY STOCK: Shade and
Tuesday cash. 9123777496. SCOUT: with dog box, 4 Riverfront t River access FILL 1 Itchg flowering trees
\ ..AMERICAN LEGION Noon Nights and Sundays wheel drive good condition lot.. REGISTERED POLLED hedge plants
'All SR.21 Sat 7 p.m... 912.294.0169. tfnchq 3. 26 $1500. Phone No more looking build or HEREFORD BULLS: 2 to 3 azaleas evergreens 18' 24'gal..
day 25pm Public in.pel 3BR 2BA. BRICK HOME I ir, 4962695 2tchg 3/19 3/26. 18 Truckloads
put your trailer on home yd. years old. cans $1 50 each. camellias,
Ifnchg 4 2 81BRADFORD __ Lake Geneva Estates POODLE PUPPIES: apricot Farms Phone 964.7835
; foundation with other : in bud and bloom palms;
I[ BROADWAY $51.500 by owner. Phone: toy reasonable see at 4.7 acres off $50 load in Starke after 7.00 p.m. 3 26 3tchg fruit trees peach. nec
473.4148. By appomtmenonly Travel Trailer, 2 1/2 miles 4/9.
231.. Owner financed.V..ry tonne persimmon pear
2tchg3,26.4.238R East of Lake Butler on State 3.99 CHICKEN FERTILIZER: by the blueberry
homeslte fig
'i u\x-- .. .. ..- 2BA HOUSE close tc, Road 100 I Itpd 3/26. acre,good highway frontageen $55 per load outoftownCall bag Also 25 In table plum plants apple: citrus hanging
schools and shopping FRIGIDARE REFRIGERATOR: model ZENITH color IV.
and houseplants
baskets potted
I 239. Choice ,
spot a
Assumable 8 34. Phone
MINI Removal $175 one Norcold bargain buy.INVESTORS : "The Earth Moving 125.00. Phone 473.4508. Get these now.
I 4732682 Itchg 3/26 Refrigerator $50 one 3 26 Itpd. O.C CARNES NURSERY 23

STORAGENOW 1 Westinghouse 22 cubic ft. Operatinghog Specialist AIR CONDITIONERS: Two mi SE of Starke on Hwy
I I Trimming side by side refrigeratorand farm. window units, one 5.000 100 at. Florohome. Phone
RENTING 'm.. .puoy....' freezer $275 Harry If It's tree. and privacy you and one 23.000 btu Call 6392165. Closed on Man
Free Estimates :v: 4&W Dale 496.2.05. Itchg 3/26 like, these wooded lots are 964.8767 3 26 1 tchg
Cardin Bros. day 2 12 tfnchg

$7 8. Up : WASHER AND DRYER, $15C right for you. Excellent NEW CARPET NEW S USED
473.4732 TRUCK! TOPPERS $189. Import
each or $260 for both good financing.
Laura Si & Rd. 100 Semi-Truck DriversOr 964-6750 sizes. full warranty, Furniture S Appliances
After 5 condition warranty Other different sised
p.m. Plumb fixtures, and pipesBARGAIN '
l 473-J733 Heavy Equipment Beasley Bargains Beasley Bargains
Keystone Heights Op.raton Start Locally 473.4521 Keystone acreages.Call 473-4521 Keystone
TOLL.FREE 496-3022 South 9646679. 2 5
I.BOO.341 6464 Heights I Itchg 3/26 Heights I tchg 3/26

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: PUBLIC Au'TION Ronnie Newman Says sell

: Over 30 Separate Parcels

STARKE STARKE, FL 15 % Down Sale Day

U.S. 301 SOUTH GE yE

INDUSTRIAL No AO 4, 589zy Balance Financed

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April 4, 1 1981 :Jip Z a ,ra-- 6)) I Liquor License; -' PackageLounge, q M.

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.. ) 4-1200 sq. ft. .

Auction starts at ? w' ',' .

10 a.m. ... ; ., ShopsJto ,be. sold

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GBGB 6 >11 j'l'1 for weldingAuto Repair

t 1 6g c i. A ti c' -Small contractors.

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T other items will be
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Estate N56.8'W< \ 4 "' .. P 0 i auctioned off.
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a / Up -'AirTools
Includes Farm TrorsOffice |

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T. .. 10) Auctioneers

30 M at y Kale Albrltton Broker

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Sale to be held on premises
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YARD SALE Sot. 900.300:
PRICES PAID for used
p.m. household Items, Crash firrescue' ,. mobile hornet If MOBILE HOME: 2 BR, 2 BA; 1 1974 BUICK REGAlt. Loaded;
tool, knives, bob) 20 ACRESi Approx. IS acre CUT TO ORDER: mortgage on Santa F. Lake Canal $1600. Phone 9646974.
experience req Ifenced, rest In woodland It 3paid or more DUN'SMOBILE
Doors, windows,
cloths paperbacks, toys, must be mechanically In',. HOME SALES between Keystone Heightsand Itpd 3/26. /7ritIiHear
timber and
with Call
linens, and other rnlic. cllned, rotating shift < 9645606. Open 7 day Melrose on SR21. $180 '72 FORD TRUCK and walk-in
964.6528.3/12 tfn. LY, 9646078. Order also
items. 822 Stansbury St. in possibility. CARPENTERS': weekly. Fchg per month reference and camper: sleep' six. '73

Stark. 3/26Itchg. general framing and trln taken In lake Butler WANTED Mobile home oX.I. deposit required. Call OLDS Delta 88, call REALTY
496-3079 and
VAliD SAlEi THURS.. FRI. work; must have tool.,,1' PERSONAL Keystone I.. and tlr... Will pick up. 473-3695 or 173.4319.3/26 964-6678. Itchg 3/26.
Heights, 4734973. :2/26
MECHANICS S BEDROOM J% BATH 4DR 4 cyl., 4-speed.
28.'A ml. past BCHospital : previous .Iep.r. NEW AND USED WATER SALES 964-5606. Open 7 A'
PHONE 964-7776
home In town $275.00
week. per AC/under warranty. Call
on SR 230. Look necessary w/gen" days a TFchg CECEUA
Completesharp.ning mth. First nod lost In ad
knowledge of Ig. and 1mhandtool. WANTED Used tool., both 533-2319. Itpd 3/26. GAR 205 N.
for igni. Itpd 3/26. .. service, clr- Service. Call for free water vance. Phone 9648653. TERWILL Temple Starke

YARD SALE THURS.. FRI. ft IMMEDIATI, culor, hand carbide analysis and Information, mechanic and carpenters.Phone TFN chg 3/26. '11 CORDOBA LS: low equity 7FA

SAT., Mar. 26 thru 29. openings long term bad I chain mower blade hollow 964-5673.3/12 tfn. 964-8331 or and assume payments; PS
log excellent benefits. 4681551.911
Three families behind the ground and balanced. PAINTING. REPAIRS tnchg PB AC, AM/FM stereo:
Apply MON. thru THUR. I WANTED Mobil.
Tackle N. Leave at Jackson work small Ax. CARS
Box T.mpl.Av. Building carpenter P.Wind.'s; good gas
to 3 P.M. or by appoint. I... the bet
.. Stark. 3/262tpd 4/2. AERO CORPORATIONLAKE Supply In Storke, Keystone building. etc. Call for Paying condition price TRUCKS mileage. Dark blue. Call
good oxlet.
YARD SALE: SAT. MAR. 28. CITY AIRPORT laki Height or Lak. Butler. 964.8813.3/12: 8tpd 4/30. 964.8331.9/11 782-3941 anytime. Itpd
tnchg '
9:00 a.m. to 2:00: p.m. City Fl. E.O.E. M/F Han' TFchg VETERINARY SUPPLIES: WANT TO BUY used 1977 PONTIAC PHOENIX 3/26.
Thr. families, misc. dicapped. 3261tchg.PRODUCTION ALCOHOLICS ANONY. Wholesale to public: 8175 and V-8; auto transmission; I9BO 5-SPEED COROLLA (car

items; baby furn. and MOOS W. Beaver St., Marietta, Fl. machlnet.typewriter Must adding be PS/P8; air conditioned. not truck): Just anum.paym.nt. .
MANAGE I Phone 964-3143 9647619. 9047860053. 3/19 ..
children' or 4tchg Elect window; AM/FM AM/FM radio
clothing. 129Parker .
working condition.
POSITION to overs. TFchg .../9. radio. 4-door excellent A/C. Inquire at Rosha's
St., first street 9645764. tfn 2/12.
past manufacturing facility. 3(} REMODELING. BUILDING BABYSITTING IN MY HOME condition. $3500.00 Call Beauty Shop. 9647570.
hospital on right. Itpd employees, salary as p.'r REPAIRS: New kitchens, children 3-30 month : prospect 533.2837.3/19 2tpd 3/26. Itchg 3/26.
with cath.
3/26. qualification. US SOLA!R both, family room Brick $20.00 per week. Mary Vaniandt Real 1967 FORD FALCON: Runs 1979 PLYMOUTH ARROW

YARD SALEs FRI. ft SAT. Mar. CORP.. Hampton Fla. block concrete. Fireplace Bott 311 Vi E. South St. Estate, realtor Jackson Great) $450. Phone PICKUP with topper, auto BRADFORD VILLAS, Starke Fla.- hit location Beisent Rd.

27 and 28. Two families. 8 468-1517. 3/26 tfn.Motorcycle. tpeclallttt. Grlffit Con Stark. 9648243. tpd ville. Phone 389.3549. tpd 964-6159 between 8 a.m. trans., air cond., power Deluxe, brick maintenance free 2 bedroom !'/ both

a.m. to 4 p.m. lots of struction. Phone 473-2108 3/26. 3/26. I p.m. 3/19 2tchq 3/26. broke, AM/FM radio. Townhouses low utility bills because of newest ft best In-

clothes bobylodedl.rchlldr.nsIodl.s or 4732578. TFchg JOHNSON and JOHNSON'S WANT TO RENT Pastureland 8-track tape player sulation.Can be customized for your'Individual tatt*. Options -

SEWING MACHINES Nursery I I. now keeping In- 20 to 50 acres; fenced SURPLUS JEEP: Value $3196. perfect condition. Call available fireplace, 2 full bath., screened porch Bother.

dresses and pants/men's REPAIRED) All make fants. Call now. Only, three and water. Phone Sold for $44. Call 533-2474. after 6 p.m. tfn .. Furnished model on display now. Recreation bldg

dress shirts and work 1975 SUZUKI TS 75: $350.00;;; cleaned oiled and ad. openings available. 9645178. TFN chg 3/26. 312-742-1143 Ext. 705 for 3/26. ft a tennis court or shuffle board court to be port of com

pants; couch countertop Good condition. Phon. jutted $15. Work 9648064. Itchg 3/26. Info on how to purchase plex. Paved streets street lights- butlfullandlcapl"g .

range, baby swing; play 964.5108 after 5:00: p.m,. guaranteed James BABYSITTING in my homeor FOR RENT bargains like this) 4tpd 1971 CHEVY PICKUP. ton all part of scenario. A desirable, different lifestyle. Prices

pen. Everything cheap. 314 1 Itpd Strickland, corn.r Morgan your.; experienced. 2/12,2/26.3/12.3/26. 350 V8. Runs Great! start at $33.4001

Church St. Stark. Itchg 326.HOMES Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg $13.00 p/wk. for one child. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE $650.00. Call 9647741. *
MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS 30.00 for two. (Alto by 1974 FORD PINTO Brown. Itpd 3/26.
3/26. HOME PARK mobile homes Beat Inflation with real estate! For most American,
trained mechanic day). Ask for Stacle at AM/FM AC carpet auto 1974 MAZDA TRUCK Newtire
there Is better Investment than land and
GARAGE SALE March 28. FOR SALE and lor rent. Phone probably no
spaces trans. 4
cyl. $700.00 29
US-301 South 9646020. 782.3191 or 7823326. 3/26 or *, new valve job

Saturday all day. 1227 5/29 TFchg S. 2tchg2.. 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING best offer Coll 533.2000 mpg. $1200.00. buildings. ..........

East Call Street. 3/26 2tpd 3 BEDROOM CB HOMEl I"Stork. I I BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 9I WILL BABYSIT In my home.Weekdays. and deep- after 5:00 p.m. 3/36 2tpd Negotiable Call 473-3064
4/2. all Infant to 4 ing room Air, 4/2. after 5p.m. Itpd 3/26.
Indoor pool and I I year experience In yrs.of
Underwood Motel 3 miles 1320 E. Searing 1700 sq. ft. home 3 1111'1.1. nice l lot
HELP patio central gas heat,, phase Including taxes andgovernment age preferred. Call North of Starke on Hwy ..........

fireplace, air, laundry, formt. 964.6193.3/26 Itpd.A1 301. I
10/9 I
tnchg Conerly Estates Two pretty one acre lots.
WANTED workshop attached j I 473.7075 after 5 P.M. 7/3 LAWN SERVICE Year- ROOM FOR RENT In large Lovely Neighborhood! .........
round service low
garage. 30'.. 964.848owner 3,I tfchg monthly four bedroom house. 3 BR 2 BA Great I little' Bedford Lake-House B garage-efficiency apt. 120'on
NURSING HOME needs full- WE BUY GOLD. Cash on the rates. No job too w/fireplace,
( ) 3/26 tfn chg. $100.00 per month include
I lake 425' fin.
small. and deep owner
Mowing edging
time LPN or RN nurse for OWNER OPEN TO TERMS 3 tpot. William Jewelry run-of-houte privilegesand single garage, unfurnished. ....Rf...
) 100 E. Call St. 9647064. planting; sodding and fertilizing
..12 shift Call) 9646220. utilities.Cafl.468-2515. '
acres plus a comfortable :2 I Rent 400
10/9 10/16 tfnchg. flowerbed; shape month |30-63e N. Temple, 1 bldg. 5000 sq. ft. another bldg. 6000|

tnchg BR 1 BA home and a barn 1, CHAIN LINK FENCE In atoll- hedges: trim small trees; 3/5 tfn. with option to buy after July 1st Isq. ft. 250' on 301150.000 owner fin.
RNi Immediate need.In
urg.nt for your horse I The house' ed. Free ettlmate Handy- rake yard with lawn MOBILE HOMES Two and ..........
Stark. ar.a. Excellentsalary. three bedroom: clean. Owner-Agent
has plumbing for a second 1 Man Fence Co. 964.8559. while rest. I brick home the Club
Call Quality Car.Nutting sweeper you Highway 16 and 225. N.wown.r. Coming up soon large at Country [
Service collect both and a screened back TFpd. 681.TYPEWRITER. FREE ESTIMATES. Call 475.1678 I situated on 1.75 acres, fenced back yard.
( ) porch. Assumable mortgage REPAIR: Call 964-8310. Starke. Op.nMon. *, formerly Whites.Call ..........
13758199. 3008 NW 13th 68-1323. :3/12 tfn.
St. Gainesville, Fl. 1/29 with a low Interest the Office Shop. 110 W. Sat., 8 o.ral. to 5 FURNISHED APARTMENTt I lot 42 Sampson Lake Shares has light pole and septic tank j

tfn. rate 35000. Quality Call St., Starke for details. p.m. Roger D.L. Green, Utilities furnished Prefer and a Hoi Huml! trailer 16700. Very best fishing!

ROUTE CARRIERS NEEDED Realty of Gainesville Inc., 964-5764. tfn. owner. Serving Surrounding one middle age perton. Inquire ...11...R.

for Gainesville Sun 3728441. 3/5 4tchg 3/26. Areas. Itchg 3/26. at 603 E. WashingtonAVe. 13.85 nice acres on 301 N for $19.150. Highly desirable II

delivery In Bradford Coun PARADISE IN THE PINES j MATURE LADY has liter ., Starke. 3/19 tfn. ..........

ty. Must be over 18, hove Almost n.w 2 bedroom Gbmlt1j\ consider service for live-in elderly.lob.Would Good 1 BR HOUSE and 2 BR I Lovely, large, antique brick home situated on a beautiful-1

dependable transportation dream home on 2'/i acres, references. Call 9647801. TRAILER In town first and lly landscaped acre In Canerly Estates. A quiet secure)

and post cash bond. productive 1 ac. garden, 3/26 4/2. last month'. rent(advance) I lifestyle yet near all convenlences-a beautiful home wIth.v.rythl"gl [
Good parttime Income. new grape arbor; big 'Day or MpM Sendee 2tchg sec deposit also Phone (.

Call 964.8170. Starke. 3/19 workshop and utility 964-520O or weekend ..........
2tchg 326.DIRECTOR building. A real pleasureto EXPERT LOCKSMITH 9647187. Itchg 3/26. I Attractive California redwood 1600 sq. ft. home with at-

OF NURSING) RN. see 31500. Call David rfampton Nice :2BR 1 2 BR, 1 BA HOME: study kitchen : Cached garage, solar hot water heater fireplace and 57 j
Stark. Nursing Home For Bruce Mills, Realtor Locks Re-keyed bath home on country ,
... equippedY utility'room12500 acres of prime property. Owner fI" nc..
I mar., Information toll'r964.6220. .-,,&-*'.. T"*l.-r '*- *A ''II'venings.'".: .41ckL; Repelred setting In convenientetowntowrisection :. tg !" ..........
19 tfnhtRitY110RT'OROER' -
.-t: ltt"l h'- : Iellt month plus Mint condition home 2244 sq. ft. CHftA close to schools> j jI

: 1:0" t ING. REALTOR. 7823931. DON HLL Pretty lot with large deposit. shopping. Have to see.

only need to 319tfn.MISCELLANEOUS. detached garage witha (Bradfordl Alachua .t.st1-]) I **********
apply. ALSO counter girls.Inquire
Service Club at variety Of possible Call 378-8712.3/26 (Best located motel In town 24 units $19.000 with j
at 473-3549 uses. Excellent financIng 2 BR MOBILE HOMEl Your Home Is Where !
Camp Blanding 533-2268 S55.000 down balanc. financed at low low Interest
available. equipped. $173.00/

(Ext. 409)). Itchg 3/26. Call For Details First X last In advance, plus Your Heart Is .. I rates.I ..........

BABYSITTING In my home FRET Eleanor .. cannon $100 sec. dep. Convenient
'(overnight). Mon-Frl. Live I AD N.w single ) I to boat r We can remodel, build and shape up youhome Developers dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty of d
magazine Dept. J6. Box ..altOf'.375-2488 ramp.BradfordAlachuo .
be timber roods $60.000 with $15.000 down
can owner wlllj
ing arrangements 880. Boynton, Fl. 33433. MOBILE I :f HOME I Ii Or 372-1469 ( line) MOBILE HOMES are our" specialty:
made. Phone 964-8S56. Call 378.8712. 3/26 I [carry mortgage at 12%.
Itpd 3/26. ';SER.VICE : 1 Itchg.
Itpd 3/26. : ; POLES tfn Repairs ft Washing ....fMSSR

... .. .........
AUTO MECHANIC: busy i ='W:',.',;list FREE' .JuiM.PfiriiV; ; Large CB bldg. In good condition on one acre appro.

repair shop;3 years exper. OFFICE FOR RENT \ J ............................................... 5000 sq. ft. formerly "Moose lodge" lust off Rd. 100E
5 hrs. w..k. $6.00 '
days/40 9648653C $55.000 terms
p/hr, Contact F.S.E.S. office ,'.' Ii ..........
Ample ParkingCor.
on 209 W, Call. St. -d C Free Estinlutes Our finest commercial property (across from Holiday Inn, ).!

Itcha 326.SHave Laura St. & Hwy. 100 Starke 200' an 301 with 1.61 acres. Use your Imagination I Terms.|
I ( 473-2735 Worthington Springs Restaurant and 2 l lots, 511,500.ff5R55 .


MR with cash.aMlndt *4.5 acres really secluded-nlce trees 9000.
"W. Pickup Butcher chill Cut end Wrep"HARDEE'S
40 $42.000-Owner finance
acres Lawtey area
Real Eititt. Rtiltwr .im..CARDIN BROS.Steve
... New modern CB store 301 lawtey 52000. Owner fin.I
Jacllsonvlll r Cardln-Owner Beautiful Bessent Rd. 10t-I33'x2SO'.

*5 acres approx. 9 miles west of tarke-t. Rd. 100.

AUCTION 19646750LANDCLlAR [ 1 Lawtey 301-CB store-$19,500.own.fln.

'Fit's Mall-2/;-i981- QmQ- SEPTIC TANKS *Lot on E. Call St. Call for details.

Ie MEAT MARKET *7 l-acr lots. Brownlee Rd. 4000A. 20% dawns'.
HaLPWA .Dwayne ana Darlene Hardee **06 W. Adklns-House B 50' x 100' lot 12500.
in Flor' lhom.. N.ed.d-50 _.. Owners FILL DIRT LIMEROCK DRAINFIELDS: RELAID *Pinewood Drlve-CB home with carport.
a9Communlty PONDS DUG 'FILL DIRT *404 N. turn. Owner fin.
I- > peap), n.ihls,0reo. to do Cherry-2 large nicely opts.

.;,\ Bldg.RECOVE93V. sewing In' their' home: ROADS BUILTCULVERTS aSEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES *3BR. 3B Edwards Rd. Has everything! $ 9.900.

Stuffed Animal SET t COVERED *Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet.
*Home ft 3 acres In Breaker SSI.eOO
ulli andi.ce I w ( STAflKE.FLORIDA 32081 I
TiIfJI r !* Gpo4, sidling 964-6725 invest iri the Best . It Saves More *125 yr.old home(2( M sq. ft.). Hampton t 3 Ac-$38.500.1
"'.t tewing ] ,*Call St. commercial" 100' x 190' Owner fin. $7,900.

_ I ncom. All agat acc.pted.i.nd .' AUCTION 11*5.5 acres near Presbyt.Church ft hospital-make offer.|

4 I ROOM $3.00(refundable) for *20 acres. Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed

' pattern and Instructions. Dealers Tues. SAVE SAVE SAVE *43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin Lodge" $40.000.1
The Room Jf 'VELMA
Corbin Sewing Center' Public 5 Frl. / *I ISO'.LSD commercial on 301-owner fin. 33000.
Lake City Local Dlit. *Spring Special
Funeral1' Arts and Craft. WALDO. ARE MOvWGff *4.78 Acres Rd. 230A ft Wilson Rd. 11700.
Archie Tanner 7:30 Clean and
200 N. Main p.m. Serylcle fiave dt.cidf.Ji icCC tficti ,*Country Club lot 110 x 3'-nlce location-$10.000.
Home Clfzty to at
0&4.37S7 Starke. Fl.__ Corbln, Ky. 40701 301 N. of Starke Your Vacuum Cleaner fi\ofnity i*Busy Call ft Water St. lot 135' x 16' Owner fin. $19.100. .

Make.It Last Longer! *7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 16E Owner fin.

Uprights $,....95 r *$500 mo. Income four, turn r.ntoil-Coll t Bay 55000.

Wanted Well2"ThnJ ontster: *. tl J.93 *large apt. complex on 301, good cash flow, own. fin.

Power NoMels U.SCJIII' Realtor Associates-After Hours
Wayne E.Douglas. Broker-Salesman 914-6593
( pert)
Part-Time Lab Tech. for oFI March 19-Aprll G.rrl L.nnon-4".31"0 "Rich" H.ndrlx-9604.'J80

Byron Terwlllegar,'....777' Martha Dorko, 712-3397
and call Fast Rotary ALL Vacuum
Weekend coverage in. Anne TerwlllegaNelson.475-177 Sally Kllllan.4B-225S

OriKlog Equipment 20% offALVOUNG DATE: SAT.. MARCH 28th LOCATION: nan TUB near Marlene Roberts, 164-/SOSRoger's

Small Hospital, Friendly Atmosphere. ."...3TATEUCENSED, TIME: 9 AM Itl spe4tlDn..aL TOWARDS ATffir CHUNCH IN ON Nat TVKH i .BLOCK LIFT -
JPumpa 10 AM Auction Begins LOOK( KM THE BEN CMfPCN IWCnON Sans| Roofing I' Home

Contact C.'' Jones laboratory --
3 Ml. N. US 301 MaintenancePainting
New & U.edSales.Partl.Servlc. I and Upholstery
Union General Hospital ,496-2323 .ee.eeee..e. Insulation
1 ACRE Paneling Shelving

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ATTENTION WOMEN AND MEN 1 PARCELS Electrical' 4 Plumbing' !

: Plumbing i % .yM 1 O'/ CIIS I MOBILE HOMES
II you want an opportunity shot comet rarely In a perton'tf .S ? AWiA&GER Repairs

lifetime then you owe It to yourtelf to ."....tlgote.I New Installation NEWAUSID addCOMPlRI I FURN. BOAT SEATS "Almost Any Small Job"

If you ore above overooe/CAREER MINDED
TRUCK SEATSe..eeeee.eeeee
2. Neat Appearance/HICHLY MOTIVATED Remodeling Repairs We finance: our own.' <... wftk. frees, Phone: 964-8935
3. Aggretttv with outgoing personality FURNISHINGS un..Il JO( South 964.8350 Rick Crane Owner
.... Over 25 (or mature/SElF STARTER .P .A. : fekeieUf AlSO.Iee. _

S. High School graduate minimum with working EUREKAS; ky piece .... .........

experience or college degree PUMP HOOVERS t .......... MOBILE HOME HuntleyRedfearn's

6. Can be out of town S eightS per week. ELECTItOLUX I

'for mature, professlonal.ales-oriented women and men SUPPLY SEARS Beautiful trees. A grounds: grape arbor. pear trees, pecan POLICIESAT -

that need tarn 11S.000.00ond up per year. $175.00 per COMPANY COMMERCIAL I trees; magnolia, cedar A camphor trees and azaleas. 473-4340

week while In and motel expenses cor ,7r Id
...." ', We repair ell matiee.M4491S REASONABLE RATESOlln's or
allowance and corp.. benefit.. Experience In cotmetlc. -Q4 473-4252
N '. -
(._lry-retail safes such a*: Avon Tupperware Sara 11. Y-. For n..clal'.fo.
Coventry (etc.) tale helpful. For pertonal Interview call Temple Ave. aid naps call: Repairs Mojor
1ktce la
John C. Hall TOLL FREE at I-80O-S43-S940 or Home Soles Electric Appliances

I-800-543-S971( Monday through Thursday, between 8.30: Starke,: Fla. I BEN CAMPEN, CAl FREE QUOTES Serving Bradford B Day

a.m.,-4:30: p.m. ;.I. ,;. "" 984-7061 ...$........ Phon. 964.5606 Counties j

f.O.i. M/P ,j .......UUli Lk. ILL Broke 375-6600 CertIfIed AwcttoneMr Elaine' M. Olin'/ ; .Agent-... lowrenew: Blvd. Key torf

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PHONE 964-6378 P. O. BOX 110


April/ 1 I. 1981
Dear Fairgoer:

On behalf of the Bradford County Fair Association let me take this opportunity to welcome each and

every one of you to the 1981 Bradford County Fair. .
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Fairs are for the family. They are fun. They are educational. They build business. They are a responsible

part of community life.I .

wish to thank all who have worked so diligently to make this community project/ the 1981 Bradford

County Fair, an enjoyable\ reality. '


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1979 Strawberry Queen Robbin Stephens made her Susan Powell, Miss America 1981, Is a green eyed i
first visit to a strawberry field, made special ap- beauty with dark brown hair and a fair complexionfrom
pearances, rang the bell for the Salvation Army at Elk City. Oklahoma.
Christmas, and was a judge for a beauty pageant. At 21, Miss Powell is a classical singer who wants to i
Currently Queen Robbin, to be a 1981 graduate of perform professionally with major opera or theatre
Bradford High School, is furthering her beauty companies. A vocal performance graduate of ''I
pageant experience. She recently won, amorg 35 con- Oklahoma City University, Miss Powell plans to con- ;,
testants, in a preliminary contest in Gainesville and in tinue her education and seek a Master Degree in .
June will compete in a South Florida pageant that will vocal performance, then have an extensive private I
qualify her for the Miss Florida pageant if she wins. voice study in the United States and abroad.
Confidence gained in the Strawberry Queen Pageant 5'4" UO-pounds Miss Powell likes water and snow I
gave Robbin.the confidence to pursue further beauty skiing writing a journal sailboating bicycling.
titles. She graduated in the top 10% of her senior class at I
At BHS, Queen Robbin is a member of the Concert Elk City High School has had five years training invoice
Chorus and is a Senior Class senator in Student two years in theatre dance trained in piano for ,,
Government. She is a Teenage Volunteer and a 10 years the trumpet for six years, and studied acting
member of the Church of Christ. two years.
Robbin plans to attend Santa Fe Community Collegenext She was a 4-year consecutive winner as "Most Promising
fall. She is considering a career as a dental assis- Young Artist" in-college, and had many honorsin
tant. music and theatre.
Robbin is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary
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Commercial Exhibit Space . . . William WilsonOFFICERS
Educational Exhibits and Club

Concession Stands . . . . . William Wilson
Premium Book Ads

President. . . . . .. .. ': .1. .. May Norman Special .. William Wilson
Admissions and Insurance. . .. .. .John
Vlc. President . . . . i. . J. J. Wolbert Bradley
Security and . . . . Bowen
Treasurer . . . . . . : i i .1. .Jimmy
,General Manager. . . .'twmolwM.onStrawberry Queen Beauty Pageant
starke Junior Woman's Club. Becky Jones

Arts and Crafts. ?. . : Mrs. Muriel Wilson

Agricultural Products Superintendent. Bobby Taylor

EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS Livestock Superintendents . . . Bill Alderman
Royce Ju.ncr

Swine-Superintendent. . . . . Frank Sheffield
Roy Norman Cattle-Superintendent . . . . Greg Alvarez
Bobby Taylor Poultry-Superintendent . . . Paul C. HutchinsJ.
E. Tomlmion Prizes and Ribbons . . . Mary Sue TomlmsonJ.

J. Woibert Rotary Club. . . . . . Elzie Sanders
John Bradley Home Division . . . . . . Muriel Wilson
County Schools . . . . . . James Duncan
Horticulture . . . Walter. and Dianne Wescott .

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GENERAL INFORMATION: Gate opens at 11:00: A.M. Wednesday, April 1. Paid admission begins at this hour.

ADMISSIONS: General Admission 50 cents, Gates Open 12:00: Noon to 11:00: P.M. Daily.

ENTRIES: Only articles listed in this Premium list will be accepted for competition, with awards given.

Exhibited articles may not be removed before 11:00: P.M. on Saturday, April 4th. Removal of exhibits prior to this
time will be reason for forfeiture of any premium monies awarded.

All individual entries are open to Bradford County residents and those residing in surrounding counties which do
not have a county fair unless otherwise stated. .




will be presented to IS outstanding booths following judging on Thursday, April 2nd. ;

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The following point system will be used a basis for judging: t ,
Theme 20 points ?
Educational Aspects And-or
Advertising Value 20 points "

Draws Attention 20 points .
Originality 20 points I

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1. Commercial
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3. Junior Education .

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:00 P.M. Strawberry Qu_". Beauty Pageant
2:00: 4:00: Mill America vigils fair
Bradford High School Auditorium I
7:00 :00 Mill America vljlti, fair
7.00 Swine Sole

11:00 Official Opening of the Fair .
30 11:00.5:00 Senior Citizens Day .
12:00 Attractions
12:00 Stark Rotary Club' Annual Rural-Urban Picnic'
7:30 Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA Steer Shaw
12:00 Midway Attractions
li3O: Dairy Show
:1:30 Beef Shaw

7:00: Swine Show
12:00 Midway Attraction
7:00 Bradford-Union ..H and FFA Steer Sole

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Bradford 4-11 Robbie UnderbillAngus X Lim
D raw A n A caws Angus. 'Or A Lim
Tammy Baldree Charbra Union 4-11 i 1 I
Bradford 4-H Chapter Angus X Char Darren Brown Angus t
Stanley Brown Angus X Lim Del Rena Carter Angus
Roger Dobbs LimX Pam Carter Angus
David Hamilton Angus X Hereford Curtis Clyatt Sim X HerefordChianAngus
Tommy Hamilton Angus X Lim. Kenneth Clyatt
Martin Hunter Angus Connie LaNell GuynnJill HerefordLim
Susan Navalany Angus X Hereford Hayes X HerefordLim
Melanie Parrish Angus Shands Howard .
Mike Rourke Lim Shantel Howard Hereford X Lim
Kimberly Ann Sapp LimXLimX Penny Stalnaker .. .

Susan Sapp _Robert___ _M._. Wnrrrit' Au, ._u.,.',.
Andy Underhill Brown Swiss X Char
Jamie WhiteheadKim Angus X Lim Union FFA 1
Whitehead LimX ._
Jon BrownJulie lam A
I Brown Angus X Lim
.. Bradford FFACynthia : u Prudence Clyatt Angus X Lim
; Alderman Angus X Travis Hattaway LimX
Frankie Andrews Angus Lake Butler Jr. FFA Char X Hereford
Bradford FFA Lim X Angus Lake Butler, Sr. FFA Hereford X .
I Randy Conner Lim Gary LeeAnthony Angus X Hereford
Marilyn Griffis Hereford X Lim Saunders LimXany
Guy Wayne Parrish Red Angus


All exhibits must be in place not later than 9:00 A.M. on person, firm or corporation having license or privilegeto
the opening day. All space not occupied at that time will exhibit on the Bradford County Fair Grounds or in the
revert to the Fair, and all payments will be forfeited.All buildings.In .
exhibits and goods must be unpacked immediatelyupon ease any exhibitor or exhibitors, or concessionaires
arrival and empty cases removed, by and at the ex- hall at any time be indebted to the Bradford County Fair i
pense of the exhibitors and concessionaires, who shall pay Association, Inc., the corporation shall have the right to retain
.all expenses of conveying, delivering. arranging and removing possession of all property of any exhibitor or exhibitorsor
their exhibits, and also the cost of erection of booths,fix- concessionaires, located in the Bradford County Fair
tures, counters and all apparatus In connection with their Grounds, and sell and dispose of either at public .r private
exhibit,the same to conform to the uniform plan of the Fair. aale, all or any part thereof that may be necessary to pay
Electric lighting and wiring of every description shall be the indebtedness due the corporation.The I
installed at the expense of the exhibitor and under the exhibitor or concessionaire will not be permitted to>
supervision of the Fair management.All aublet any part of the space herein leased or fo exhibit
exhibitors or concessionaires must furnish their own therein any article other than those manufactured or fold
electric light bulbs. by himself and specified in this contract.
During the operation of the Fair deliveries by truck on Exhibitors can sell and may advertise and distribute
the grounds may be made up to 10:00: A.M. and between literature and advertising matter from their booths only.
4:00: and 6.00: P.M. only. No speaking devices will be allowed in the building.I .
No delivery or automobile parking spaces will be Issued to understand this contract does not give me any exclusive
any exhibitor or concessionaire under this contract. rights on my product unless specified on the reverse aide of
All exhibits must remain intact until 11:00 p.m.Saturday the contract.
night. SIGNS-Painted or printed signs In or on front of booths
Aisles must be kept clear. No signs banners advertisingmatter must be confined to firm or individual's name to whom
,decorations or parts of exhibits will be permitted in apace is sold.
Background draperies and side curtains will be providedby SHOW OR CONCESSION, OR ANY PART
the Fair Association for all inside space. THEREOF.OR ANY APPURTENANCES THERETO,IN-
All decorations must be fireproof and subject to the approval CLUDING BANNERS.SIGNS, OR ADVERTISING MAT-
Machinery in motion must be enclosed with a railing at a OBJECTIONABLE. AND NO REFUND OF ANY MONEY
uniform height from the ground or floor of two feet nix In- ALREADY PAID FOR SPACE OR PRIVILEGE WILL BE
ches, said railing to be placed upon or within the boundaryof MADE, WHICH ACTION SHALL EXONERATE THE
space occupied by the exhibitor.No MANAGEMENT FROM ANY AND ALL (CLAIMS
claims for injury to any person or injury to.or loss of, WHATSOEVER ON THE PART OF THE EXHIBITOR
any property on account of fire and theft for any cause, OR CONCESSIONAIRE.Checks .
shall ever be instituted against the Bradford County Fair should be made payable to the Bradford County
Association, Inc., its officers, or agents, by or on behalf of 6 82091.Fair Association Inc., P.O. Box 1116 at Starke. Florida

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Voice For Agriculture"Phone
964-6369 P.O. Box 1263
Starke, Florida 32091

PresIdent.. .. . . . .OFFICERS. !. . ... . .Bill Alderman
Vice-President . . . . . .James (Jimmy) Gaskins
Secretary-Treas . .. . .. . .. .Freddie L. Watterson


Charlie Baldrce . . . .J. R. Wainwright ,
George T. Huggins ... . .. ..George GrantA.
B. Whitehead! . .. .-. .. .William Paterson
Titus Olson
Office Secretary . .. . . .Kathy Hallmark
Service Agents ..,.. . ....... . .D.M. Hale
Ron Denmark
District Supervisor . . ... .Walter Graham

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Superintendents. ... .. . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Royce Joyner
James Stalnaker

Superintendent .. ... .. .. .. ... ... .. ... . . . . . .'. . .. .. ... .. .. .... ... .. .. .. Greg Alvarez

Rules and regulations

1. Exhibitors must have owned and have in their 7. Animals are to be at the Show Arena at the Fair
possession at their home or farm all animals for a Grounds in Starke between 4:00: and 8:00 Tuesday,
period of ninety (90) days prior to the Show. April 1st. Animals will not be released until 11:00: P.M.
Saturday, April 5th.
2. All animals must be in good condition and halter
broken and animals must be trained to lead and han- 8. Animals must remain on fairgrounds during entire
dle. fair, or money will be forfeited.

3. All animals will be graded by a sifting committee 9. Should it be found that an exhibitor has obtained an
elected by the Show Officials. Animals rejected by the award by false evidence or misrepresentation, or by
committee will not be allowed in the Show barn. violation of the rules of the fair, said exhibitor shall
forfeit all awards.
4. Chapter 5 C 4 of the Rules of the State of Florida,
"Admission:\ of Animals for Exhibition" is adopted as 10. There will be a youth show in all classes. Champion
official requirements for admission of animals for ex- classes will be determined bon > show judge, depending j
hibition at the Bradford County Fair. number of entries in each I breed

5. Each exhibitor must furnish feed, feed boxes and 11. Deadline for entries for aU livestock will be January
water pails, for his animals and be responsible for 4, 1981. Entry forms are available at the County Agent's
feeding them. Hay for bedding will be furnished by the office 2266 North Temple A venue in Starke. Out of coun-
Fair Association. Hay for blocking stalls must be furnished ty anu-or other late entries may be accepted on a space
by exhibitor. available basis.

6. Each exhibitor must assume all liability in case of Injury 12. All prizes and awards will be paid within one week i I
or damage by his animal or animals. The Fair following the close of the Fair.
Association will not be liable for death of any animal or
injury or damage caused by any animal. 13. No Dairy Bulls may be entered.

Outstanding Youth Exhibit-Trophy
Champion Bull-Trophy Champion Female-Trophy
Reserve Champion Bull-Trophy ,

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doss 2 Bull 12 to IB month. Clan B Heifer. It to 24 month
Class 9 Bull .. :U month and over Clan V Cow
Clew 5 Champion Bull Clan 10 Champion FemalolP
Class Mellor 4 to 12 months .


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Swim Superintendent. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frank Sheffield'

1. All entries and awards in the Market Swine Show shall be subject to the Bradford County Fair Rules and Regula-
tions published in the fair premium book.
2. Only a barrow show will be held. Only barrows weighing 190-230 pounds and conforming to established show standards -
quality, and grading 11, only on foot will be accepted. Swine must go directly to slaughter following the
show.A percent sales commission will be deducted to defray the cost of the show and sale. Animals will be shrunk
3'%>> and sold at shrunk weight. Animal will be weighed one time only at show time.
3. All animals will be sold to the highest bidder, there will not be "a NO SALE." .
4. Only qualified 4-H or FFA members who attend Bradford or Union schools and have not entered the BradfordUnionSteer
by Oct. 1st may be eligible to show.
3. Exhibitors must have owned and had under control at their home or farm all market hogs no later than January 9,
1981. Statements showing proof of ownership, entry blank and fee of $10.00 must be,in the County Agent's office on
or before 4:00: P.M.. January 9, 1981. A TAG IN WILL BE HELD January 10, 1981'from 8 until 10:00: A.M.
6. All animals must comply with health requirements of the division of Animal Industry Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services.
7. Each exhibitor must furnish feed, feed boxes, and water pails for animals and be responsible for feeding and care.of
animals until the closing of the fair.
8. All animals will be graded by a sifting committee selected by the show officials. Rejected animals will not be allowed -
in the show barn.
9. Each exhibitor must assume all liability in case of injury or damage to, or caused by the exhibitor's animal reliev-
ing the Fair Association from all liability.
10. Animals are to be at the show arena at the fairgrounds between 6:00: and 8:00: P.M., Tuesday, March 31, and must
remain in place until the close of the fair or until released by the show management.
11. A showmanship contest will be held: 1st place-Trophy; 2nd place trophy; 3rd place trophy.
12. Failure to follow the preceding rules may result In expulsion! from this year's show or refusal showing in future
shows. The Rules Committee will rule on Infractions and determine penalties.
13.Any youth assigned a group of tickets for the raffle hog must return ticket stubs and or money to the Swine Associa-
tion's raffle hog representative,by the official swine weigh-in time,or have the price of the tickets. subtracted from
their sales receipts.

Bradford 1-11 SWINE I EXHIBITORS Bradford FFA

Annette Balkcom Hamp-Duroc X Randy Alvarez Hamp
Randy Balkcom York X Ricky Alvarez Hamp
Tommy Balkcom Duroc-Spot X Eddie Barnes Duroc-Spot X
Amy Benson York Tammy Barnes York-Hamp X
Bonnie Benson York Ronnie Barrosse York
Amy Black Spot Bradford FFA York
Kevin Blankenship York-Hamp X Mark Crews Hamp-York X
Marcia Brown SpotHampDuroc Tommy Crosby York-Hamp X
Michael Callen X Sam Griff York-Hamp X
Jamey Carver Spot Darrin Hardee York
Robert Carver Spot Eddie Herndon York
Connie Davis Hamp Duroc XYorkLandrace Joey Loyd Hamp
Mark Gee X Randy Luke York-Hamp X
Joe Hagan Spot Robert Marshall York-Hamp X I
Monroe Herndon Tam-Spot XHampDuroc Robbie May York-Hamp X
Bruce Howard X Randy Merritt Hamp-York X I
Ken Howard.HampDuroc X Clint Moore York
Melissa May Hamp X Richie O'Steen York-Hamp X
Belinda Melson York Hamp X Billy Rehberg York
Debbie Moody Spot Bruce Rehberg Spot
Donna Moody Spot Susie Welch York-HampX
Lisa Mosley Duroc-Spot X Union l-ll
Debbie Parrish Spot Cristi! Crosby Hamp
Chris Redding York X Green Raiders 4-H Hamp .
Douglas Redding Hamp Ann Hunt Hamp i I
Keith Redding Hamp Chris Nettles York
David Reichert Hamp X Glenda Sheffield York-Hamp X
.. John Reichert Duroc XSpotHamp Spring Hill 4-H York-Land
, Alesia Sheffield X Patricia Thomas York
; Frank Sheffield Duroc XSpotHamp Regina Thomas York
i Vicky Sheffield X ..f! James Williams Spot
Howard Starling York X Union FFA
Robert Thomas Duroc-Hamp X Randy Anderson York-Hamp X
/ Troy Thrift Duroc X Connie Andrews Spot
- Andy Tison Hamp Don Clyatt Spot-Hamp X
Randy Underhill York Andy Fitchett York-Hamp X
a Johnny Watterson Hamp-York X Alan Nettles Hamp
Marcia Watterson Spot-Hamp X Greg Phillips Hamp
_ Priscilla Welch lamp-Duroc Derrick Proctor Hamp-Ycrk X
Terry Whitehead X Dwight Seay York-HampX
., Todd Smith York
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There will be a Youth and Adult Show in All Classes not presented, chickens
turkeys must have an ffldaf
1. Entries must be in place by 10:00: A.M., Wednesday. ted.t-negative pullorum-typhold test before they can be. admit:
I April 1st and remain in place until 11:00: p.m. Saturday, The Florida j r .
of Agriculture laver
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disease.2. All bird entered must be free from parasites and to blood at test the birds Fair that on Wednesday do not have to certificates.shack certificates'I f er 1;

4. Deadline for entries will be March
3. AU chickens and turkeys entered must be accompanied 5. Individual entries will be 1st. 1MO.
by a certificate of limited at the discretion e
purchase indicating that the birds came the superintendent '
from a pullorum-typhold clean hatchery.If this certificate Is


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Chairman . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . JessWolbert*

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A livestock exhibit requires great attention to neatness' 4 and second place winners of this award in both cattle and;
Jeanllness and sanitation to be presented to the general swine exhibits:, I
aubllc. Realizing that the herdsman la directly responsible .. Condition cleanliness of exhibit -25 poilnta'''
Tor the conditons of his exhibit and its' quarters this award "2. Attractiveness, of exhibit and equipment -18 points II(
should be an Incentive to the livestock barns. 3. Neatness and appearance of exhibitor"10 poinU'
The following score card will be used to select the first 4. Cleanliness of stalls$6 point ,
5. Cleanliness of aisles -18 point:
PRIZESA 6. General Cooperation -. T10 point'
f f1st
Trophy will be provided for the Outstanding herdsman 4
by the Starke Rotary Club. CATTLE -f 15.00 2nd 10.00 3rd'$6.00 t I


Youth Superintendent . . . . . . .POULTRY. . . . . Paul C.Hutchlns.Vocational Agriculture Teacher'}1!

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There will be a Youth and Adult Show In All CIa"el

from a pullorum-ty phoid clean hatchery.If this certificate\

1. Entries must be In place by 10:00: A.M. Wednesday not presented, chickens or turkeys must have an official
sad negative pullorum-typhoid test before they can be admits.
remain In place until 11:00: P.M. Saturday ted.

2. All birds entered must be free from parasites and The Florida Department of Agriculture will have a* In I
spector at the Fair
iseaae. on Wednesday April 2nd to cheek ears
tificates or to blood test birds that do not have
3. All chickens and turkeys entered must be accompanied certificates
y a certificate of purchase indicating that the birds came 4. Deadline Outstanding for entries Youth will Exhibit-Tronhv be March 1st. IBM. '::

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hibitor.1. All eggs must be chicken eggs and selected by the ex- 4. All eggs must be entered aa single doxena.

2. There will be an extra large and a l hrg- class for white Lot 1 Large white egg j
and for brown t
eggs. Lot 2
Extra large white
8. Large eggs shall average not lets than 24 ox. per dozen. Lot 3 Large Brown eggs '
Extra large not less than 27 o* per dozen. Lot 4 Extra large Brown eggs eggs '..

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Lot 2 Junior Buck 13 Lot 4 Junior Doe


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Greetings and a warm welcome to the 1981 Bradford County Fair.

On behalf of Florida's 9 million producers and consumers as
Commissioner of Agriculture I am pleased you have taken this
opportunity to visit and be a part of one of our state's finest


Here you will see Florida at its very best and this year's
Bradford County Fair offers you the widest array of shows and
exhibits in its history. You will have a first hand look at
Florida Agriculture Business and Industry Education the

Arts and a host of other endeavors.We .

are especially proud of the role our young people playin
Florida's future and one of the outstanding features of
this fair is its emphasis on youth. Only by supporting our
youth today through 4-H Clubs, FFA, FHA and other organiza-
tions will we be able to assure our nation a healthy. and

prosperous future.

My congratulations go to all the participants for their
outstanding achievements and also to the officers, directorsand
staff of the Bradford County Fair Association. .

Let me offer my best wishes to everyone and for a successfulfair. .


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Superintendent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..:. . . . . . Bobby Taylor

I. Entries will be accepted between SOOand 8:00 P.M. CLASS 11-'E.ETABI.ES; ; ; AND: FRUIT

on Tuesday March 31, and between 7:00 and 9:00: A.M. plus!
on WednesJay, April 1st Entries must remain In place .
until 11.00 P.M.
: Saturday, AprIl 4th. AWARD..$1.00

Lot 1 Best v4otable display
.' Lot 2 Individual vegetable
Lot 3 Individual fruit
f i Lot 4 Indiv.iAtlal nuts (II lb. each variety.

CUSS I-CROPS Loots. "4tareSpecimen

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AWARD-$2.00 ,\ .
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Lot 1 10 ears yellow corn @t .;. ...IJ.t'I' ,.'Rest Jar or honey, extracted
Lot 2 10 ears white corn 'if> I't. Lot 2.. jar or honey 'In comb
Lot 3 Sweet (110 each variety) / Eller *
potatoes 'i:! :. :' '" l.ot t; e syrup
Lot 4 Miscellaneous .w 1.0tr4; n1i is2ellaneousp
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Superintendent. . . . . . . . . . .. ., f:,4 .'. .:'f!'. '.' t. jrtt. .Mulel Wilson
Rules and Regulations rr .
1. Entries in Home Division are open to the public. 10. A Blue Ribbon will be awarded*I a Red Ribbon anda
2. Only articles listed in this Premium list will be ac- White Ribbon in each lot at the discretion of the
cepted for competition, with awards given. judges. There will be "BEST OVER-ALL" rosette
3. All articles displayed must be the work of the In- awarded.
dividual exhibitor. Articles bought or borrowed will not 11. The Fair Association will assume NO responsi--
qualify. bility for the damage or loss of articles exhIbited.
4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for judging that has Reasonable care will be exercised to safeguard the articles .
previously been exhibited at the Bradford County Fair. left for display but the Fair Association will in no
5. No two ((2) entries,in the same lot, will be acceptedfrom ways be liable.
one Individual. 12. Exhibits of canned fruit, vegetables pickles,
6. All entries must be clean and in good condition. relishes preserves and jellies. MUST BE IN STAN-
7. All articles entered in this division must have been DARD CANNING JARS labeled with name and ad-
completed within the past twelve months. dress of person and name of product on bottom of jar.
8. Entries must be brought to the Fair Grounds for USE STANDARD JARS ONLY (QUARTS, PINTS OR
registration during the scheduled hours. Entries will HALF PINTS).
be accepted Monday, from 1:00 pm. until 6:00 p.m. 13. Judging will take place TUESDAY AFTERNOON
and Tuesday, from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. NO EN- BETWEEN 1:00 and 5:00 p.m. NO ONE ALLOWED IN
TUESDAY. tors will be disqualified I if talking to the judges.
9. Exhibit articles mav not be removed before 10:00: 14. All baked goods must be on a heavy piece of card-
p.m. on Sa.urdullrilllh.. Removal of exhibits prior board covered with aluminum foil not to exceed 2 In-
to this time will be reason for forfeiture of any ches beyond baked product. Entries will not be accepted
premium !monies; awarded. Exhibitors must personally if these requirements are not met.
DC responsible for their artlc


Mrs. Barbara Rilkcom, Chairman


BEST OVtR-AI.I. ROSETTE 53.0U Lot Broad Butterlst 11.00 2nd 1.75 :lr LoU Cucumbers lot 1.00 75 :lrd 1.50'Ind
I LOT VEGETABLES LoU Dills let 1.00 I 75 :lrd S502nd :
LoU Fruit tat 11.00 75 :3rd $50!
CLASS I. CANNED PRODUCTS Lot S Vegetables ..11.00 :nil 75 :lrd 150:
Loth Peppers lot 11.00Lot 2".1 1 $73 :Ord l .502nd'
Lot I Beans tat 1100 2nd145 3d 150 ? Miscellaneous let ".00 7.\ lr.1 ..iU2n.1
[.at 2 Corn lot $100 2nd .75 3rd' 50
Lot 3 Tomatoes lot $100 2nd 1.75 3rd 5 50 1.111 1\ 1tk:1.1.1411Fa: :
Lot 4 Okra tat $100 2nd 178 3rd 150
Lots Peas .100 2nd 175 3rd 502nd' 1..11 I Cu.-Iinilwr I 1.t .I foil 173 :lr.1 51)1od
1.0.1 Potatoes tal $100 75 3rd 1502nd List 2 Fruit 1.1, 'II"J 175 :Irol 511
Lot 1 Squash tat $100 $7S 3d 502nd' List :J \'I.hlo. h. $1 1 111)'' 2n.1 75 :Irol11
1.0.1 :Miscellaneous let $1.00 78 3rd $50'Ind I... :.I.rrllanrou. 11.1111I :end .75 :3rd 130Lnd

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List I Ilrrrirs 1 1.l $1110 '.75 ::3rd 1502nd
1.1111 Berries lot 11.00 $73 :toI SAO Lout I....'. 1.l$1oU l 75 :lrd 502nd'
Lot :l Prate let $100 2n.1 .75 :Irol !III Lot ::1 1'..rchre h. It '11/ 75 :Ird 5 50 {
I.II.J Peaches let $100 2nd 115 :Irol $50n4 lain Fiiiv I-3$100 2nd' 7S :and 502nd'
l.n.4 Flits h. $100 : 75 :Id !III 1..5 SIr.ahrrrire. I-t II.OU 75 Ird '..502nd'
1.4113 :MLucrllanenua lot '1.00 2nd $.73 :Id SAW: 17 1.11.11 M..II.nPlluo list $1.00 75 :lrd '..50AGRICULTURE

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Lot I Berries lot $1.00 2nd US Brd $.50
Loll Tomato l.t.It.OOLol2 2nd t.TS 3rd t 50
LoU Citrus tat $1.00 2nd 1.15 Brd 1.50
Fruit I.t-II.OO 2nd t.TS 3rd t 50
LotS Pears lit $1.00 2nd 1.75 Brd 1.50
Lot 3 Miscellaneous l.t.II.OOLOT 2nd '.75 3rd t 50
LoU Poaches lit 11.00 2nd $.75 Brd 1.50
Lots Figs lit 11.00 2nd.I.75 Ord l $.50
Lot8 Grape lit 11.00 2nd $.75 Broi $.50
Lot" Meyh.w lot 11.00 2nd 1.15 Brd $.50 IX HONEY SYRUP
Lot 8 Vegetable lot 11.00 2nd $.75 Brd $.50
LoUt Strawberries lat 11.00 2nd 1.15 Brd $.50 Lot I Berries l.t.It.OO 2nd $.76 3rd '.50
Lot 10 Miscellaneous 1st 11.00 2nd US Brd 1.50 Lot 2 Citrus l.t.II.00 2nd t.TS2ndt.T5 8rd t.SO I
Lot 3 Strawberries l.t.II.00 3rd '.50 F
LOT VII JEt.LIES Lot 4 Hon.y.Plain Ist.II.OO 2nd'175 3rd '.50
Lot 15 Syrup. Plain 1s1-11.00 2nd $.7S 3rd t SO3rd I
LoU Berries hUI.OO 2nd I 75 Brd $.50 Lot 6 Miscellaneous 1s1'1I.00 2nd $.7S t.SO
Lot2 Citrus hUI.OO 2nd '.75 Brd 1.50 I

LoiS fears 1st 11.00 2nd '.75 8rd $..502nd I
LoU Peaches 1st 11.00 175 Brd $.50 LOT X CANNED MEAT I I
Lot 5 Figs 1st $1.00Loth 2nd '.75 Brd 1.50 I

Grape hUI.OO 2nd '.75 Brd $.50 Lot I Beef bUI.OO 2nd I.TS 3rd $.60
I Lot 7 Mayhew lot 11.00 2nd US Ord '.50 L"12 Chicken bt 1t.00 2nd.1.75 3rd 1.602nd.U5
Lot 8 Vegetable ht 11.00 2nd US Brd 1.50 Lot 3 Fish 191 $1.00 3rd-t.50
Lot 9 Strawberries ht 11.00 2nd I 75 Brd '.50 Lot 4 Poultry bt 1t.00 2nd t.TS flrd 1.50
i Lot 10 Miscellaneous ht 11.00 2nd US Srd '.50 Lot 5 Miscellaneous bt.It.OO 2nd t.TS 3rd t.SO




1 Quick Breads
(13 Biscuits. 3 Muffins' hi 11.00 2nd 10.15 3rd I 50 Lot T Cakes Decorated) Ist-t2.00 2nd tl.OO 3rd t.TS
Lot 2 Specialty Breads Lot 8 Cakes (Cut Out) m-$2.00 2nd tl.OO_ 3rd t.TS
(Banana Orange, Date Nut. Etc.) 1st $1.00 2nd 10.15 3rd 1.50 Lot II Cupcakes ((6 any kind lit tl.OO 2nd $0.78 3rd t 50
Lot 3 Yeast Breads and Rolls lot 11.00 2nd 10.15 3rd 1.50 Lot 10 Cookies ((0 any kind) lit 11.00 2nd $0.75 3rd t 50
Lot 4 Plain Cakes (not iced) tat $2.00 2nd SI.OO 3rd 115 Lot 11 Candy ((6 pieces) lit 11.00 2nd $0.75 3rd t 50
Lot S Specialty Cakes Lot 12 Pies lit $2.00 2nd $1.00 3rd t.TS
(Prune, Oatmeal Etc.) lit 12.00 2nd 11.00 3rd $.7S Lot 13 Most unusual use of
Lot 8 Cakes Iced. STRAWBERRIES in baked product
but not decorated lit 12.00 2nd 11.00 3rd 1.15 (with recipe) lit $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd 11.00 a


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Lot 1's Cap Booties.
( knit or crochet)
Saeque or Sweater I.UI.oo Ind.SO.711 Brd SO.60
Lot S Baby' Set ((9 _.
pl ) 1.t-S8.oo Ind sa.OO 8rd 11.00IotS8.00
Lot I Baby Dress lit $1.00 2nd '.75 8rd I 80
Lot lit 11.00 2nd 1.75 8rd 1.80 Lot a Sweater Woman'sLot Ind sa.OO Brd 11.(10latS8.1IO (
2 Girl's Dress ((24 yrs.) 4 SweaterMan'sLot
Lot 8 Girl's Dress ((714 yrs.) IIt.I.00 2nd 1.75 Brd 180 S SweaterCbid'a Ind sa.1IO Ird$1.00Ist83.00
Lot 4 Playsuit ((28 yrs.lLot lit 11.00 2nd 1.76 8rd 1.80 Lot 6 Dress god 12.00 Brd 11.001.tS8.IIO.
IIHI.oo End '.75 Brd' 80 gad 12.00 Brd'll.oo
8 Pantsuit ((24 yrs.) Lot T Children's Sweater.
Lot 6 Pantsuit ((7-14 yn.1) IIHI.oo 2nd '.75 8rd I 80IIHI.oo
2nd 1.75 Brd 1.80 Coat Cape, eta l.t.S8 00 led 12.00 Srd $1.00
7 Girl' Skirt .
Lot 8 General
Afghans \at.S8.oo gad 12.00 Brd 11.00
Lot 8 Boy's Shlrtl2( yri.) let $1.00 2nd 1.76 Brd I 80 Lot' Afghans Specialty
Lot 9 Boy's ShlrtlT-U( yr..1Lot ) lit $1.00 2nd 1.75 8rd I 80 Stiuhes
10 Child's Sleepwesr lit $1.00 2nd $.76 8rd $..501at 1ot.I3.1IO 2nd $2.00 Brd 11.00
Lot 10 .
Baby AfghansLot
$1.00 IInd.I.75 8rd 180 ht.2.1IO Ind 11.00 Brd.SO.76
Lot 11 Boy' Sut(26! ( yrs.)
11 Vest
Lot 12 Miscellaneous Garments IIt.lI.oo 2nd 1.75 Brd 850 ht 12.00 Ind 11.00 8rd 10.76
Lot 12 Poncho., Cape \at-I3.1IO 8rd-11.00
Lot 13 Bedspread or TableclothLot 1.t-I3.1IO IDd 12.00 Brd.ll.oo
ht-S2.oo Ind 11.00 8rd.SO.76
Lot IS Article of Merit let 11.00 2Dd SO.711 8rd $0.50
Lot I Baby's Cap. Booties.Sacque .
or Sweater lot 11.00 2nd.10.76 8rd 10.80
Lot 2 Baby's Set (3 pieces) lot 13.00 2nd 12.00 Srd $100 CLASS IV.GARMENTS .
Lot 3 Sweater Woman'sLot 101-1300 2nd 12.00 8rd 11.00
4 Sweater Man'a lot 13.00 2nd 12.00 Srd 11.00 Lot I Ladies House Drees

Lot S Sweater-Child's lot $300 2nd 2.00 8rd $1.06 (cotton and blends) lst-$2.00 Bud $1.00 3rd$ .TS
Lot 6 Dress 101-13.00 2nd 12.00 Ord $1.00 Lot :2 Ladles Drees street.etc.

Lot 7 Children's Sweater .) hI-l2.00 2.d..I.00 8rd.10.76
Coat. Cape. Etc. lot 13.00 2nd.12.00 Srd $100 Lot 3 Ladies Long Drees ht-18.oo Sad 12.00 Srd.II.oo
Lot 8 Afghans Generel lot 13.00 2nd 12.00 Srd 11,00 Lot 4 Ladies a.pleoe E..m. 101-13.00 lad 12.00 8rd.II.OO
Lot ( Afghans Specialty ble ht-lS.oo gad 12.00 5rd'lI.oo
Stitches lot 1300 2nd 12.00 Brd 11.00 Lot 15 Ladl. S-piece Ensemble .
Lot 10 Baby AfghansLot Iot.12.oo 2nd 11.00 Srd $0.75atS2.00
11 Vest ] 2nd 11.00 8rd 10.75 Lot 6 Pantsuit hl-ll.oo Rod 11.00 8rd' .711
Lot 12 Poncho or Cape lot 13.00 2nd 12.00 led 11.00 Lot 1 Jumpsuits 101-11.00 lad '1.00 8rd-1 ..711letll.oo ,I
Lot 13 BedspreadLot lot 3.00 Ind 11.00 Brd 11.00 Lot 8 T-Shlrte gad .711 8rd.I,1IO
I 14 Shawls lot 12.00 Ind 11.00 8rd 10.75 Lot 9 Ladies Blacks, let-ll.oo lad-, .78 8rd .60
Lot 15 Article of Merit lot 11.00 2nd 10.76 Brd 10.80 19 Lot 10 Ladies Skirt Iot-II.OO aDd I .75 Ord.: ,50 7 7v

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11 Ladle Blouse lot 81.00 2nd' .711 ard' ,50 Lot 10 Quill Top Machine Stitch, lot 0200 2nd SI 00 3rd SO.75
Lot 12 Brunch Coat or Duller let 11.00 2nd' .75 ard' ,50 Lot 11 Baby Quilt, 1 it.SI 00 2nd SO.75 3rd SO.60
Lot IS Jacket or Cap (short) Iot..2.00 2nd '1.00 ard' ,75 '.ol 12 Pot Holders ((31 lit SI 00 2nd 0.75 3rd SO.SO
Lot 14 Coat Iot.U.OO 2nd 12.00 ard ".00 Lot 13 Article of Merit lot SI.00 2nd SO.75 3rd SO.SO
Lot |5 Apron lot $1.00 2nd' .75 3rd-$ .50 .
Lot ([118 Mans Shirt (dress or CLASS VII.
.port) IoU2.00 2nd $1.00 Ord-' .75 I
Lot 17 Man's TrousersLot Iot.12.00 20d 1.00 ard' .75 : 1 Embroidery on Wearing u _
18 Man's Tie Iot.'I.OO 2nd .75 3rd-' .50 Apparel lit $ 2nd IQ.711 3rd (090 '
Lot 111 Man's Suit lot U.OO 2nd 12.00 ard ".00 Lot 2 Tatting lit SI.00 2nd SO.75 3rd SO.50HI ,
Lot 3 Swedish Waiving SI.00 2nd SO.79 3rd '
Lot 20 Mao'i Sport Coat lot 12.00 2nd 1.00 ard .75 SO 50
Lot 21 Miscellaneous IoUI.OO 2nd I .711 ard' .110 Lot 4 Liquid Embroidery lot SI.00 2nd SO.78 3rd SO.50
Lot S Rugs let 12.00 2nd SI.00 3rd SO.75 ;,'I
Lot NeedlepointLot lit SI.00 2nd SI.00 3rd SO.75 I
CLASS: V-VLINGERIE 7 Crewel lit SI.00 2nd SI.00 3rd SO.75
Lot 8 Article of Merit. lit SI.00 2nd SO.75 3rd SO.SO
Lot I Ladies Slip Iot-12.00 2nd SI 00 SrdS .75 ...
Lot 2 Ladies BrlolLot lit-SI.00 2ndS .75 SrdS .60
I II Ladles Gown 111-$2.00 2nd SI.00 SrdS .75 CLASS VIII PILLOWS! .
Lot 4 Ladles Slippers 1HS200 2nd SI.00 SrdS .75 '
Lot It Robe lot 12.00 2nd SI.00 Sell I .75 Lot 1 Liquid Embroidery lot 12.00 2nd SI 00 3rd 0.75
Lot 2 NeedlepointLot lot 12.00 2nd SI.00 3rd SO.75
3 Crewel 1US200 2nd SI.00 3rd SO 75
Lot 4 Cross stitch lot 12.00 2nd SI.00 3rd SO.75 I ICLASS
. ('LASS VI -I.INEM4: :: Lot 5 Fabric lit SI.00 2nd SO.75 3rd 0.50

Lot 1 Tablecloth lat $3.00 2nd '2.00 3rd 11.00 Lot 6 Miscellaneous, lot SI.00 2nd SO.75 3rd 0.50
Lot 2 Luncheon Set ((3 pieces lat 1200 2nd 11.00 Srd 10.75
Lot 3 Place MatilSet of 41 lat 12.00 2nd 11.00 Srd 10.75 HANDBAGS;! .
Lot 4 Luncheon Cloth lat ".00 2nd 10.711 3rd 10.5D
Lot 5 Pillow Cases lat..2.00 2nd 11.00 3rd 1075 Lot 1 NeedlepointLot lit S3 00 2nd $1.00 3rd 10.75
Lot 6 Tea Towels 1st $1.00 2nd 10.75 3rd 0.50 2 Crewel lit 12.00 2nd SI.00 3rd 10.75
Lot 7 Quilt lat $3.00 2nd 12.00 3rd 11.00 Lot 3 Fabric Place Mats etc. lit SI.00 2nd SO.75 3rd 10 50 I
Lot 8 BedspreadLot lat 13.00 2nd 12.00 3rd $100 Lot 4 Macrame lit S3 00 2nd $1.00 3rd tO 75
9 Quilt Top Hand Stitched I lat 13.00 2nd 12.00 3rd 11.00 Lot 5 Miscellaneous lot SI.00 2nd SO.75 3rd SO.50


!Hj Mrs. Lane Tcnly. Chairman I

{leH I Mrs.Helen Harley, Co-chairman !

1. Entries and exhibitors must be acceptable to the 4-H 6. All entries must remain until 10:00 P.M. Saturday.

Youth Division Chairman, the 4-H Extension Agent, and April 4th. Premium and ribbons will be forfeited if ex-

the Fair Association. hibits are removed before that time.

2. Exhibitors must be a bonafide 4-H Club member in Brad 7: Ribbons and Premiums Will be awarded by the Modified

ford or adjacent counties which do not have county fairs. Danish System and all decisions of the Official Judges and

3. Judging of entries will be related to age. Fair Management will be final.

Junior Department is for 8-12 year olds AND 8. Judging will take place Tuesday from 1:00 P.M. until 5:00:

Senior Department is for 13-19 year olds. P.M. No exhibitors allowed in building while judging Is in

4. Entries must be brought to the fair grounds for reglstra process. Exhibitors will be disqualified if talking to judges.

tion from 1:00: p.m. Mon, March 30 until 6:00: p.m. and 9. The Fair Association and Management will not be

Tuesday, March 31 from 8:00: a.m. until 12:00: Noon. responsible in case of accident or loss of exhibit.

5. Entries must be the work of the individual and com 10. All baked goods must b* \ a wavy piece of cardboard

pleted within the last twelve ((12)) months. A project book covered with aluminum fol to exceed 2 Inches beyond

will.not be considered an entry. Only one entry per lot will baked product. Entries will not be accepted if these re-

be accepted. quirements are not met.

I Apron Blue $1.00 Red 80.75 White ao 50
Lot 2 Scarf Blue $1.00 Red 80.70 White 80.50
Lot I Candles down Blue4l M Rcd-1075 Vlhlle-1050
Lot 2 Cookie. H down Blue-Si.00 Red-SO.75 VVhlle-10 Lot II Tote Bag or Hand Bag BI..II.OO Red $076 White ID.IIO
Lot 4 Swim or Bath Shift, Blue 8.00 Red $075 White 6050
Lot 1 Braw.I.11 down Blu".OO Red-$0.76 Whlte$0.60Let
4 Cupcakes W down Blu..II.OO Red.SO.71 Whil..O.50Lot Lot II Cap. Poncho .r Vest Blue $200 Red $100' White 10.70
.. Lots T Shirts Blue $100 R" 80.70 White 80.50
S Cakes (plain) BI e4iOO Red-Si 00 While4079
Lot 6 Cakes (Iced.) Blue-S2.00: Red-Si.00 Whlte4079. Lot 7 Blouse or Shirt Blue $200 Rod ".00 White 80.711
Lot 8 Skirt BI..12 00 Red $1100 White 50.75
Let 7 Cakes (decorated. appearance en.I
Blue-2.0n Red Lot 9 Dress .r Jumper Blue $2.00 Red 1.00 White 10.711
I 1,1) nail be en staked cake II 00 Whlte4079
Lot 10 Pants (lal..k. shorts.gauchos. .
Lot 8 Pies Blue-SiOO: Red-Si.00 While-ID
Lot 9 Exhibit" of Merit Blue-Si00 _"0.76 Wklto4O.lIO.CLA8SII / .&.1 Blue 12 00 Red I' 00 Whlto 80.70
Lot II Jump.ult Blue $200 Rod 8100 Whlto 80.70
-BRiADSLot Lot 12 SI..p..r Blue 8.00 Red 10.75 White 80.50
Lot 13 Childs Clothing eO-8 yrsl I Blue $2.00 Red $100 Whlto 80.75
Lot 14 Bathing Suit, Blue $2.00 Red 6100 White 80.75
I Biscuits Vi dozen Blue al.oo Red 80.75 White I 50 Jot 15 2 .Vlore Outfit Blue $200 Red 1.00 White 10.711
Lot II Muffins '/. down Blue a..oo Red 10.70 White$.60 Lot IS 8 Piece Outfit Blue $300 Red $200 Wblto".OO
Lot a Other Quick Breads 'II Lot 17 Coat .r Jacket Blue $200 Red $100 White 80.70
dozen Blue al.oo Rod 80.75 White I 110 Lot 18 Evening Wear BI.-8a Rod a..oo Whlto 80.70
Lot 4 Quick Bread Loaf Blue a'.oo Rod 107$ White $.50 Lot 19 Appllq..d or Embroidered
LotS Yeast Roll 't, dozen Blue $2.00 Red ".00 White 1.711 Clothing' Blue $100 Rod 10.75 Whlto 10 50
Lot II Other Yeast Breads 'II Lot 20 Crocheted Clothing Blue $200 Rod $100 Whito-ao.7S
dozen Blue$200 Red $100 Whit.17$ Lot 21 Knitted Clothing Blu. .aoo Red ".00
Lot 7 Yeast LoafExhibit Blue $200 Rod $100 White a.7I Lot 22 Accessories (em.n'a Ii...
LotS of Merit Blu..OO. Rood 10.78 White a 110 belts. ....) Blue II 00 Rod 80.75 Whit 80 50
Lot 23 Miscellaneous Blue $1.00 Red 80.78 White 80.110

I Vegetables Blue SI 00 Red S 79 White 50
Lota Pickles Relishes Blue SI 00BlueSi Red S 79 Whiles AWhiteS HOOK OR WIRE' FOR HANGING
Lot 4 MarrnaladeeJamaPreserves 00 Red S 79 50WhiteS Lot.I Will Hanilnis Blue SI 00 Red S79 White$00
LotS Blue-SI 00 Red S 79 50 Lot 2 Bulletin Board Blue SI 00 Red S 79 Whiles 90I
Lots Jellies Blue: SI 00 Red S 79 WhiteS50White: 2 Lot 3 Decorative Pillow or Stuffed" Blue 11 00 Red 175 While S 90
Lot ? Exhibit of Merit Blue 8100 Red S 75 $00 I AnimalLot

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Starke. Florida Ph 964-6200
Keystone Heights. Fla. 473-3176


Pump and Supply Co.
SPIRES IGA Phone 96t-7061

496-3361 .
Lake Butler, Fla. 86-4! N.Temple Ave StarkeCaptain


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Xf"' ,. Lawtey INC.

Vice Pres. Warren ThompsonGlen
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Secy-Treas. Mrs. Peggy Harvey 964-5070
Glen St. Mary
Casulty Fire Bonds
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t Lot 4 Holiday Crafts Blue 11 00 ",'dI78'h'h 15"", Tot 7 Cut Flowers 13 blooms( Blue(I 00ninctl Red I.IS While I 911
Lot A Framed I'lrlurp. 'lan) medial. 111..1100 ",'dIH N h'h'lItO Lot 8 Container, Vegetable .00 IU4I7SRetfllS White I.9U
1.., a So,ring| Art Blue $1.00 1t'dI75'hll.15""- Lot R Harvested Veifelablee Blue $I A0 While MO -I
.nl' 7 Mniair. geed, m.! ., Stun.. Etc Blue $1 00 It'd 175 % hll" 15" Lot 10 Vegetable, Seed Collectionl.ol Blind I.00 Red 1.111 While I.HI 1 f
I.ol II Macrame Blue $100 ".-it 17% N h11. I di" II Exhibit ol Merit Blue II.00 Red 1.75 White I.W j
I..! 9 Hand An
Blue $1 00 Red 175 N hll. I foil
Lot 1... .. ..
.p.I( Blue $1 00 It'd 175 Whlll'llll81u.11
I... II Cindlpi 00 Red 178 N hit., d. ('LARVII-MISCKI.I.ANROI: PROJKCTH: .

Lot Lot 12 IJ: (Ceramics.....h..d, Arlirlea Blue $1 00 00 Rid It.d 115 115 N N hit hill,," $1\11::.1t.81u.11 Lilt. I Child Care NI..4l.0e .......1$ 64 511. .1.,.
Lot 14 Knitted Article, Blur $1 00 Red 175'h,,,. I foil Lot 2 Saddle BlanketLolIILealhertrafl Nine-el...o Red.a." 64164..2.
Lot 15 .:mh.nd.drU.I.. Blue $1 00 It'd Nl.e.. ... fcVM.71 Mae4JM
175 N hit
1.0'' Nredk-puinl. Articlei..l Blue $1.041 1I..d 1111 'A 1511 I...! 4 'Lamp Klur4l.eeBlve .......11$1 .hHr4JWRrd1.71
hit S.11
Lot 5 TowelnUl ... ...... .. .
17 Rrdipread Blue' $I 00 Red 11\ N Hand l .11! .ItrI.IIh. >>
lent Ifl Comfortaot III ur$200 Red II 1111 hll" .10 6 Put Hiilden ....... .......1* ........,.
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19 Uuilla Hand Hlilrhed Blue, $.11111 lied IJOO N I.,t5100 '.0' 1 Power, ('..It III..I.IM Rrd-4.7.1 6410.4.7.N"1.06 1
Lot 20 Uulln Machine $Slilrhi i III..IJ Oil 1 1I..d II 00 N hlll'l18 Lot. N Electricity:, Ned..11J ...1f4.Ae
Lot 21 Hugo Hooked Hraided. etc, Blue $100 Brit 6-1011 Whll11I1I I.", H Health III......... Re4.7 6450.4.1.
Lot 22: Table Appointment.! 8111,. 11.011 ''I'd 115Hot.. $ Ill l.ol 10 safely Hlar4I.M Red4.74 64111,4.2.
1.01I Kerrealliml 6450r4.3le. I II.

CLASH VI HORTICl LTl R K: l Let l 13 12 Insert Printed Cnllecllun Public Speech. ..plll.... K .Blu.Blue-el.:$1.00:: = : :::= :

Lot I Non.lowering Home PlaoU, Blue II 00 (lied 115 While I 110 Lot 14 Dug. ('are III........ .."Is ...ItrI.III. .>>
Lot I Flowering Hours PI.... Blue $100 Red In W hll. 50 Lot 19 Woodworking. ........ 1ed .13 64111.4..7.
Lot 8 Cactus and Succulvnta Blue $100 Red 115 White $ 10 l.ol 16 Eggs: .......,3 .. ,.... i
Lot 4 Hanging Baikata 111..11 00 Red 115 Whit. $ 511 Lot 17 ITiijeel) ol Merit III........ 5.-14.13 ..Itr-I.>.
Lot ft TarrarlumaLot Blue $100 Red 115 While $ 50 t
6 Container Ornamental Blue $100 Red 118 Whl..150SCHOO


Duncan, Chairman

1. Entries School Youth Division are open to Bradford Modified Danish System and all decisions of the Official
County students only. Judges and Fair Management. be final.

2. Judging of entries will be related to school level- 6. The Fair Association and Management will not be

Elementary School. Middle School or High School. responsible in case of accident or lose exhibit.

3. Entries must be the work of the exhibitor and completed 7. Further information is available through the Bradford

within the last twelve (12)) months. Exhibitor may County School System.The .
enter only one ((1)) entry per Lot.
4. All entries must remain until 10:00: P.M. Saturday Following Classes will be offered:
Premiums and ribbons are forfeited for prior removal. CLASS I HOME ECONOMICS


5. Ribbons and premiums will be awarded by the CLASS III ART

One Hundred Years Ago. a ? 4

A Log Cabin Was Affordable If You

Had A Strong Back To Cut The Logs And '

Plenty Of Friends To Help Put It Up . .

But Times Have Changed. And Today Owning Your Own Home

A Complete New Ball Game. ..

That'Why Affordable Homes It Filling I Lone Fait Need In. The Bradford

Clay Union County Ir...
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Whether You Need A Complete New Home Or
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Help You With. .


Payments As Low As 185 MonthlyOn

A New 3 Br. 2 Both
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Bookkeeping & Tax Service
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Filters 964 N. Temple Ave. J. F. MIlligan, Manager
Autolite Plugs Starke. Florida 32901 If No Answer
Monroe Shocks
TRW Engine Parts 964-8286 Call: 376-5389 ,


Ph: 904/984-7701
Keystone State BankThe
Friendly BankIn
the Friendly Community
332 W.Madison St., P. O. Box 99
Keystone Heights Florida
Starke Florida 32091Williams
Member FDIC


Refrigeration Service '

Machines and Water Coolers
CO., INC. Phone 9648222R.

General Contractors T. LOVORNGENERAL


40 473-4692

P. O. Box 725 Keystone Height
PHONE 473-4305 OR 473-4B7B

40 Koch's Drug Store '
Ernest Triest Jr.

4733507P. Jt1 .
Drawer 707

Keystone Heights, Florida 32656
24 Hour Nursing.Care

Ernest. E. Triest. Res.Ph.473-4479 Registered Nurses

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HI'\M> iuxii..vno\s; ;
1. Entries In Arts and Cralts are open to hobbyists to this time will be reason for forfeiture ol any
(amateurs past school age.) premium monies awarded. Exhibitors must personally
2. Oi ly articles listed in this premium list will be ac- attend to the removal of their article.
cepte for competition with awards given. 10. In classes where there is no competition ribbons
3. A articles displayed must be the work of the ex- will be awarded at the discretion of the judges. ii
hibito Articles bought or borrowed will not qualify. 11. The Fair Association will assume NO; responsibility
4. N )ARTICLE will be accepted for judging that t has for the damage or loss of articles exhibited
previ isly both exhibited in the Bradford County Fair. Reasonable care will be exercised to safe-guard the articles -
5. IS > two entries in the same product will be ac- left for display but The Association will in no
cepte from one individual. way be liable.
6. A I cnteias.must be clean and in good condition. 12. Picture should be properly mounted\ and able to I

7. A I arti !des entered in this division must have been handle.
comp ted within'the past twelve months. 13. Each article must be labeledilh name and address

8. E>tries> must1 be brought to the Fair Grounds for of exhibitor.
regist aliou.during.4he scheduled hours. Entries will 14. Judging will take place Tuesday afternoon belwivn
be ac epted Monday from 1:00: P.1\1. until 5:00 P.M. I ::Wand 5:00 P.l\I. NOONE; :: ALLOWED:! IN: HUI.DIM: !
and 1 lesday, from 9:00: A.M until\ 12:00: Noon. WHILE JUDGING: IS GOING ON.:
9. fcjxhibit> articles may not be removed before 11:00P.M.l () 15. Popular categories will be sub-divided ;it the discretion -
Saturday April 41 h. Removal exhibits prior of the judges.

Lot I (1 il I Pointing lot 11'100 2nd S2.00 3rd $1100 l.nll:1 Moat anril..lh..r..r"'l" I.t SOO: 2n.U\1I0\ :Ird 1111'
I.ol2 1 rn 10' S\ 0'') 2nd SO.15 :Ird $050 Lot I 14 I Sfiilpturp( lot 11.100 2n" S2 nil :Ird II 00"
Lot 3 IhmkaNVpillr lit $100 2nd SO.15 :Ird SI/.I\O- I."| MiMtiint I..*.... glass' I *I.HMI 101 $2110: 2nd SIIII/( :Ir" 11073
Lot 4 : lot 11100 I 2nll S2 00 :ard $1110 Lot, Irt lit $2: UII 2nd SIIIII/ 'Ir,1 So 73
1-015 / 1 10' 11100 I 2nd 1200 Ird $I 00 IVf-Jimim iHliiini'di lot S.IUO) 2n"SJIIII ::1..1 SlIIII
Lots tiring Art lot S\.OO 2nd SO.15 :Ird 5050 Lot |1M (Yrumir 'iKla/,'d' lot $.t.U0 2n" 52111) Ir,1 SIIIII I
1.017 I IIiUid| Emhrmdi-ry hi S2110) 2nd SI 00 :Ird SO.75 Lot |III wool ('or%,Ing I.' S.IIIII 2nd UIIII Ir,1 SII1I1(
1.018 <&..01..1! Embroidery Iat S2110) 2nll SI 00 :Ird 5073 Lot id Macrame 10' $20)2nd) SIIII, 1..1 5073
Lot9 ( ar..nal.. I. SlIIO 2nd SII.15 :Ird SO.50 I nt 21 I ItvuHt( J(>wi>lry 1_1 SlIIII 2n.1 SII n Ir.1 1111541;
I.o0 fra or I'cjwll lit SIIIII( ) 2nd S'1.15' :Ird 10.1\0 Lot 22 Stiifffrt AnmuiU.oI 1.1 $11111 :2nd 111110 Ir,1 SI 1111
Lot II f.islol "I)>s. 10' SI.IIII)) 2nll SII.15 :Ird SO.50 Mmri'tl.tniMiiiH) 1 1.1 SlIIII :26.1111173 Ird 110.30
Lot 12 Wood. Rurninrf 1.1 t SI.OO 2nd SII.15 2rll SU.50

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Chairmen . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dlonne WoitcoM

Walter WetlcoH
will be April 1st from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
a youth adult show In all classes
8. Exhibit articles may not be removed before 10 p.m.

1. Entries In the Horticulture Division are open to the Saturday April 4th. Removal of exhibits prior to 10 p.m.
residents of Floridi. will be reason for forfeiture of any premium monies award

2. All articles displayed must be the work of the ex- ed. Exhibitors must personally attend to the removal of
hibitor. their articles.

3. All entries must have established plants that have 9. Money will be paid from awards marked In judges book

been growing for months, not last minute put togethers. and not from ribbons that may be attached to plants. A
4. Plants are judged against perfection, not another special "best in show" will be given to the best plant in the
plant. show chosen from the 1st place winners In each category.

5. More than one entry of different species of one genera "Best in Class ribbons will be awarded for each class and at
the discretion of the
may be entered per lot number not to exceed 2 per lot. Judges.
6. Plants find flowers must be cleaned, trimmed, free 10. The Fair Association will assume NO responsibility for
from scale, insects and other diseases and exhibited in proper the damage or loss of articles exhibited. Reasonable care
will be exercised to safeguard the articles left for display
Clay pots need not be painted. Absolutelyno I
but the Fair Association will In no wise be liable.
cans except those made
especially for plant containerswill :
be accepted. 11. Judging will take place Wednesday morning from 9:00 ''I j

7. Entries must be brought to the Fair Grounds for registration a.m. until 11:00 a.m. No one is allowed in the building while I
judging (is going on. !
during scheduled hours. Entries will be accepted
12. New Categories be created at the discretion of the
Monday March 30th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Wednesday, judges.



Outstanding Exhibit 5.00 and Ribbon

Best In Class.(1.00 and Ribbon Class III Cactus and SucculentsLot Class VI Bonsai

1st prize $1.00

2nd prize 0.75 1 Aloe Lot I CascadeLot
3rd prize $0.50 Lot 2 Bromeliad 2 MiscellaneousClass
4th Ribbon Lot 3 Christmas Cactus

Lot 4 KalenchoeLot VII Flower Arranging
flans I Non-Flowering House Plants
5 Euphorbia (crown of thorns)

Lot 6 Miscellaneous Cactus Lot I Triangle arrangementLot
Lot 1 Araucaria Exeolsa
Lot 7 Miscellaneous SucculentsLot 2 Centerpiece arrangementLot
(Norfolk Island Pine)
8 Opuntia Prlckley Pear 3 Miscellaneous arrangement
Lot 2 Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane) Lot 9 Crassula
Lot 3 Drscaenia
Lot 10 Barrel and Ball Cactus Class VIII Fern
Lot 4 Piles
Lot 11 Echeveria
Lot 5 Peperomia
Lot 1 Pteris
Lot 6 PhilodendronLot
Lot 2 PolypodiumLot
7 Synogonlum (Arrowhead or Class IV Baskets
Hanging 3 Asparagus Fern
Emerald Velvet)
Lot 4 Boston (Nephrolipis)
Lot 8 Pothos (Devils Ivy, Etc.) Lot 1 Chlorophytum (Spider Plant) Lot 5 MiscellaneousLot

Lot 9 Coleus Lot 2 Tradescanitia (Wandering Jew) 6 Hanging Baskets
Lot 10 Miscellaneous Lot 3 MiscellaneousLot

Lot 11 Scheffelera 4 Plectean Taus (Swedish Ivy) Claim IX Miscellaneous
Lot 12 Sanseverla Lot 5 Piggyback Plant

Clam II Flowering House Plants Lotl Topiary
Lot 2 Flower ArrangingLot
Lot 1 Sslntpaulias! (African Violets) Class V > TerrariumsLot 3 Dish Gardens

Lot 2 BegoniaLot
S Epicia 1 Small1 foot or smaller in height
Lot 4 Orchid Lot 2 Medium larger than 1 foot In height

Lot 5 Miscellaneous Lot 3 Large Floor Model







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further In:)rmatlon contact:

+ .:: Bradford County Development Authority
.P.O.Box 1116 ,
.202 S.Walnut St.
= Starke,Florida 32091


Bradford County

buhuwlTOM Board


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two important facilities of Continental Re- ,
sources Company located in Bradford

Florida Hydrocarbons Company is an-
nually producing 45 million gallons of such

specialized fuels as propane, butanes, and
natural gasoline.

Florida Gas Transmission Company Com- .
pressor Station 16 provides a vital link in
the system, delivering 85 percent of Flor-
ida's natural gas supply. '

We are proud to play our part in the successof .
Bradford County. ;

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Starke. Fla. 32091

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Bradford County And The

Santa Fe Riverland Supplement

Growing/ Together in 1981

1981 shapes up as an exciting, productiveyear
for Bradford County. And the Gainesville
Sun's Santa Fe Riverland Supplement will be

there every Thursday covering the people

& events that make the news. Plus .

we cover what's happening In Union, .
Clay & Putnam counties as well. So make the
Gainesville Sun's Santa Fe Riverland Supplementa

part of your life every Thursday.


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Phone 964-8170 or 964-6682 (news)


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NeedleworkCounted Latch Hook
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Starke,Fla.32091 STOP BY
Free Instructions FURNITUREWe

Phone Always AppreciateYour
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Compliments of ROY'S GROCERY

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and Gift Shop
l Home Delivery 964-7019
Phone 964-5051

Lake Butler
Oils| Walnut at V. S. 301 South
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