Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 13, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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found out what a little water means in Eunice Road Terry Lane and the P.D.: Reddish! bridge la< Superintendent Leon Ellington actually laughed at him. "We have scrambled by the time these trucks
Bradford County when they were""Hooded" Sunday and washed out, Ellington said Wednesday morning.As I J ''Shuford Is like a broken recordhe: says the same out of here" she ,
Monday by 4-B Inches of rain on top of the ground already usual after a big rain, Shuford is under fire from thing over and over," says Barbara Anderson. Ditches on Marklee says.Starling Road are clogged with dirt
saturated with water. residents who wants culverts Installed to take water Away "They just think we're riff-raff out here and they won't and vegetation, and one culvert Is broken in two just lay
Culverts overflowed, roads washed out, Alligator Creek faster, and ditches cleaned out. do, anything for us," says Charles Price. ing there.
overflowed its banks ''water flowed over highways and Right now. Commls loner'Shuford Is held In very low 've done more for these people than anyone else." Mrs. Hannah says she offered to buy.the culverts if the''
made US-301 In Starke into a river so that one lady turned esteem by residents who say he refuses to listen to their' say Shuford the chairman of the county commission this county would Install them. She said she hears the same
her car onto a "street" that actually was a cans drainage problems or take them seriously.( yea response from the commissiondon't have time or money
The county road crew has rushed around filling In dirt In Strawberry Acres a development about four miles Styuford says the ditches do not need cleaning out. to clean ditches or install culverts.her .

roads washed out by water. Road Foreman Leon Ellington north of Starke about half-mile off US-301 and populated In "..WIIW -_.,.___"'..___ --...- -...-.-.--.- -----
said Wednesday morning he thinks everyone can a large part by a group of Jacksonville firemen residents
get in and out to a highway although some not easily but .say ditches are never cleaned out. To get into the develop- : r resrAd
much work remains to be done before the roads are backIn ment the llmerock gravel road runs between two cypress ,

good shape. He asks residents to be patient promisingto ponds.Barbara. .
Anderson who has lived there five
years says
get to them as soon as possible with his 8-man crew.
ditches have been cleaned out once or twice. She,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lawson said the water had never understands her situation however, and Is not complaining -
been that high on C-229 at Heilbronn Springs as they stood too severely about the "lake" she lives In.She wants to
over knee deep in their yard Monday afternoon. Water' know why the county accepted the development In the:
was In the Lawson garage and lacked only a few Inches of, first place If they knew it was a swamp.
getting Into the house. George Lee says culverts installed to handle drainagefor
And county commissioners get complaints, It's an old the 400 acres are too small. He also says the county
story to them. does not clean out ditches but regularly. lays down
After it dries off the complaints will die down and llmerock. '
newcomers, and some not so new, will continue to build on Commissioner Shuford says the road Is one of the best In ,
land that water will flow over when it rains the county. ,
Meanwhile, the ground is still saturated. Water Is still Lee says the road gets washed out when It rains and property '
standing in some places and Is still flowing over dirt roadsin floods. Lee and Wilbur Cox say a dead-end ditch
a few places. Most of the washouts says Road Foreman backs water up and floods their property. Why doesn't the,
Ellington occurred In the Lawtey areaDistrict One, county do something about that they ask. ,
veteran County Commissioner Dave Shuford's territory. Lee claims Commissioner Shuford hung up the phone q.a
Washouts have not yet.been filled in on Crawford Road, when Shuford heard Lee's voice. Lee also said Road

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Welcome to Strawberry Lake
ears in water. Fortunately the chickens could roost In
This Side of Heaven101st The Anderson home In Strawberry Acres becomes a vlr- higher places.
Sweetest Strawberries teal lake after heavy rains. The land was a former pond. Shown romping through the (instant lake'are the Anderson
Mrs. Barbara Anderson said The water has never flooded children: Becky (foreground). Tony. Sheila and Chet.
Year' STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy their home but the animals out back have hard time of It And their dog. Jubilation doesn't mind the water a bit. lie
34th Issue Thursday March 13, 1980 ,DSPS 062-700 when the rains come. One of the Anderson's pigs was up to was having a ball.

The commissioner says the county has only eight men ear in property taxes..I'm disgustedwith
on the road crew and 430 miles of county roads"What awholething," Mrs. Hannah
IN 50% TURNOUT can they do?" The trouble with water developed Monday says. when up to
Shuford says of every $100 in taxes paid the county $5-7 five inches of rain fell In some places over a four hour
goes for roads.Commissioner. period. Hail the size of moth balls was reported in Starke.
E.W. Hodges in charge of the Road Most of the standing water has drained away says Road
Department this year insists ditches are cleaned out Foreman Ellington. But more rain is expected.
Pres. Carter Gov. :Reagan when needed. The road Strawberry Acres is limerocked Four-day forcast calls for mild temperatures with a
because potholes necessitate it, Hodges adds. chance of thundershowers.The .
'These people from Jacksonville have to realize these county wonders if another summer like 1968. when
are?dirt roads. They're living In the country. They aren't 16 inches of rain fell in a four-day period the first week in
going "to have super highways running through their property September is in the offing. That was preceded by several
Big Favorites in Vote Here Hodges says. weeks of 4-5 inch rainfalls.
Mrs. Robert Hannah:who has 85,000 chickens on a farm Alligator Creek which drains the eastern part of (he
'on the Marklee Starling road also off 301 to the east at county from Trail Ridge cuid runs through Starke. will
: Marked by a disappointing SO per- Their Florida wins were echoed In their party candidates: awarding Stuckey's north of Starke, says she has complained to the soon be cleaned out to accomodate the maximum amountof
tent turnout at the polls ten percent Georgia and Alabama giving Carter, their top count p L U6ito Reagan, commission well over 20 times in the five years she's lived water. The creek was over its banks Monday east of
I less than In the Presidential Primary and Reagan a full head of steam going 'followed by 29 fotBush.1. for John B. > In 'Bradford County. The road washes out. even In the Starke at Flume Road but went down within a number of
t of 1878 *Bradford County contributed Into the Illinois primaries next week- Anderson and S for Phi.) Crane*, I'''lightest rain Mrs. Hannah says. hours.In .
T s its share Tuesday to the handsomer a confrontation that could all but wipe The .onlyreal surprise fin the.I ,, Semi-trucks have to come in and out delivering. feed and 1968 the creek overflowed, flooded houses on St.Cluir .
.victory margin o(President .Jimmy-K,}:-'put their. leading opponents, SenJEd; -"*;J>emocr stir_t.*tT a. the number"? ;'faWf8.ft Jha trucks haverbceh sluck.few times. Once, -.,,,''1 and Water Streets Starker That,year M homes had to be'
S.. Carter (Democrat) and Ronald ward Kennedy (Dem.) and George of Floridians eltpl'e8lllnf.d1SS! / tlaf l-' ;Ihe county had to send a road grader to pull a .eml.( \Jcri evacuated. Alligator Creek was widened to. its. present. size
Reagan (Republican) In three Bush (Rep.) ''tion with all of the party s candidatesby out, Mrs. Hannah says. after the '68 flood.

\. southern primaries... Carter with 73 percent of the Bradford casting over 50,000 "no '

Democratic vote, trounced his preference" ballots. { ,, ,
opponents in each of the county's 19
mId mown drierFRIDAY. precincts, scoring a seven to one win Projections Indicated that Carter A L b I 1 it
that gave the incumbent President would win at least 73 of Florida's 100
2,163 votes to 334 -for the Democratic delegates with Kennedy n '' x: ,
(Massachusetts senator getting around 20 in the complicated f t r )
Carter's percentage here was six delegate-allocation system which will
points higher than big statewide be settled in party caucuses to be held
showing of 67 percent. Bradford In each congressional district at 12
Democrats gave Kennedy only 11 per- noon Saturday, March 29. The Second
cent of their votes while he captured District caucus which Includes Brad- ,
16 percent of the state's total. Jerry ford County will be held at the ar-
Brown came off with only 2.4 percentIn mory in Lake City. Any qualified
.D Bradford while the unknown Democrat may attend and participate
Richard Kay was all but whitewashedwith In the voting for delegates.
two percent. .
Eleven percent of all Bradford Delegates are apportioned according
Democratic voters disdained all of to the number of votes receivedby
MAR 14 their party's nominees and polled a a candidate In the district and he
surprisingly large total of 339 "no must have polled at least percent to
SPAGHETTI LUNCHEON, preference votes.Outnumbered receive any delegates at all. In this .
iitja a.m. til r 20 to one In Bradford district the only candidates qualifyingfor
Stark Woman's Club voting strength. Republicans here delegates are Carter and Ken; I

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Gas Tax Beaten
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Keeping Dry... I-
Sail and WaUrConservation Covered from' head to toe. Mrs.
District Even the pocketbook issues of a Also endorsed by Bradford voters, Louise Ward rakes trash from the
Agriculture Auditorium proposed county tax of one cent per but not as strongly) as homestead exemption ditch at her home at Orange and Pratt
.,00 P.M. gallon on gasoline, and a constitutional was the Judicial jurisdiction Streets At the same lime the kids Critter Rescue Unit
Learn About' amendment'' for $21,000 amendment approved locally by a played In the flooding ditch just down. Becky helps to rescue the animals at the Anderson home In Strawberry Acres.
Resources Conservation Act homestead exemption on school score of 1.672 In favor to 1,143 the ",ad.- Amid the laughter and funning the children were busy rescuing their chickens
milUge levies failed to lure Bradford against. The amendment aims at rabbits pigs and horses.
** ** voters to the polls Tuesday In the lowering the State Supreme Court'scase
Bradford County School Brd. I large numbers usually seen here. load by settling many less Important -
petitions in the appellate
MMtlng7:00: P.M. The 50 percent that did make it to courts.

Sch. Brd. OfficesSTRAWBERRY the polls however favored additional Both amendments were approvedIn 13 Arrested in Drug Trafficking Probearrested I
* homestead exemption more than four statewide voting. Increased
to one (2,414 for; S89 against) and homestead exemption was endorsedby

ENTRY DEADLINE QUEEN came surprisingly close to ratifying 72 percent of Floridians while the Thirteen of 11 persons charged have March 4 on one count of in drugs. His bond was set at $10,000.
the gas tax referendum (1,162 for to Supreme Court relief amendment been arrested through Wednesday racketeering and one count of marijuana 'William Edward Jordan. 19,
). The preelectionforecasts was favored by 64 percent., March 12. at noon In the 2-county Investigation possession. He was transferred Gainesville Is charged with one countof
TUESDAY. MAR.1 been that the measure of drug related cases be- March 3. to the Alachua County jail felony possession of marijuana one
Bradford Middle School would be overwhelmingly defeated. Most Democratic ing conducted by the Gainesville- with bond set at 20000. count of racketeering and one countof

i PTOMEETING The additional homestead exemption Committee Members Win Alachua County Organized Crime Other arrests to date include: felony possession of Quaaludes. He
, 8MSGym-7,30p.m". will save the owner of an average Voters In six county precincts bad Unit in conjunction with he Bradford Alvin Ernest Hemley 29. a Melrose is In jail in lieu of $10,000 bond.
* $35,000 house about $128 In school an extra added feature on I their County Sheriff's Department/ roofing contractor charged with one Information on the racketeeringcase
Stark City Council taxes annually. Owners of houses ap- ballots Tuesday when eight Incum- The arrests climax five months of count of racketeering. He was released involving extortion and Interstate
Mootln.-7100 P.M. Investigation and resulted In the ar on $17,000 bond. trafficking of at least 1,000
praised at $25,000 or less will pay no bent members 'of the County
City Mall school taxes at aU. The new 'exemption Democratic Executive Committee rests under the slate's racketeering! Marvin Tex Patrick 29 of Melrose. pounds of marijuana 10,000 metha-
(RICO) laws. State Attorney Eugene charged with one count of racketeer tablets cocaine and angel
will apply only to school taxes, scored victories over their .qualone
APRIL2.2.4.&SBradford unlike the present $5,000 and $10,000for challengers. The only upsets were In Whitworth filed direct Informations Ing. His bond was set at $13.000. dust was released by.Assistant State
-- and warrants for the arrests
Co. Pair ( homeowners over 65 years of Precinct 6 where incumbents Arthur were Gene Ray Parrlsh 41, a Trenton Attorney William Whitley who Tues
issued March 3.
ADVANCE RIDE TICKETS \ age) which applies to all ad valorem and Annie L. Scouli: were defeated by Bradford arrests Include band leader was arrested one countof day ordered a 30-page document
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racketeering and his bond was set released with the names of the -.
for If SO County Pair taxes, state and county.Index. Roman and Betty Jo Alvarez. Mr. Marcus' Kevin Bradley 23. ofStark. it- persons
at $15,000. taken into custody.
OnSaleNOWlArctiamber Alvarez is pastor of Pine Level Bap- ... charged with two counts of
Former Bradford residents Danny The Information released by
Office tist Church of which nine of the ten
were racketeering? felony' possession of Lamar Jackson, 27, and his wife. Whitley shows the conspiracy
4 lor II challenging
... members. marijuana and felony possession of Brenda Ann Jackson 36, both of charges under .the state's racketeering
s methaqualone. Bradley booked Tuesday Gainesville were charged March S laws. .
Precinct 3 (man) : LarryLal'
Two Sections, Olin afternoon at the Bradford County with two counts of racketeering. Clyde and Shirley Parrish and Danny -
, Courtesy( Of SECTION At.News.D. lleUe. 47; Vernon Jail. He was released after' postl...' Cecil ,Parrish 82,. and his wife and Barbara Jackson are namedas
..,,._...r>a..l 1A-IA (Incumbent) n. bond on the two racketeering
woman Shirley Mills Parrish, 36. both of principals In the case. ,
; JACKSON BUILDING ; lac...,.....,................* SAA Ai Precinct 3 ( ) charges and was released on his own Gainesville are"charged with one, The lengthy investigation initiallycaught .
: .I 1.:1:i :"i, dlforlal...H*..,..:.,... .Pajte 4A LaFollette. 30; Muriel Gilhooly. recognisance on the possession count of racketeering. the two couples last November
t SUPPLY OISlliIrk4t 't' ;! t. t lL al.R<..1........... ..*. .MA.'Sct (incumbent Precinct )S M.(man): William- Mid- .charges. Clyde Parrish 19, of Gainesville 'for selling 300 pounds of marijuana
rear. Sot s 964-6078 >oi Lunch Menus....Pane KA 6> Jimmy Crosby Noonan Ml Bradley.. SI, of Starke was charged with one count of 'for. $30,000 to "unknown subjects."
Ky.ton* MtiQltt SECTION, .i dleton. ; was arrested March S and charged racketeering. His bond was' set 'at Danny Jackson Is charged with
.H..* tOO And 2t-"A \ .perta...;..'.,.,...r.Obm .., 4B-45S (Incumbent) 1S7. )t Sharon Mid- with one count of racketeering. He is $10.000.' transporting 147 pounds of marijuana
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3-4973 >arles..r.<...........,... free under $10.ooo> bond. Roosevelt Watson Gainesville, was
'Claus? ..., *- TA.. Richard Lee Fill,.34 of Starke .Mer DRUGS. See Page 7A.00lnO05660 ...
"' t 4p** R <* ,'.!:,U'' :.!*. Mere AMENDMENTS. See P.. was charged with three counts of dealing


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2 Youths Injured 3 Plead '-. 'The accident 'was Investigated by Chevroel trt iCkj!' ,1 ''i{'. I" "In the good old years ot the''M'r1 ? Tom Ehvett, itate attorney -
FHP Trooper K.G. Etheridge. Estimated damage to the Schmldt't 1400's." said Colonel Eldrlge Beach i assigned here, said he will.
In 3-Car AccidentA Not Guilty Damage was estimated at $100 to the vehicle was $23 and $600. to the 1979 Patrol Director, "being stopped for have to cheCk with his boss. State At-

chain reaction accident Friday In Drug CaseThe truck and $20 to the Dodge truck, speeding tended to be a bit risky forUie torney Eugene the additional Whltworth space before to his
motorists. Certain law enforce-
night involving three cars Injured trio arrested last Jan. 7 for Car Skids staff.
ment In the United
the hood of
youths who were riding on
Bes- possession marijuana and Quualudes Five FinedIn Into Another Car States had authority to shoot out theviolator's
vehicle while whooping up on
a worth near a million dollars enterednot Harold Martin, district supervisorof
sent Road. Bradford Traffic CourtFive Two Live Oak men escaped injuries tires. Parole and Probation office In
in the
Dwayne Strickland, 17, of Starke guilty pleas Monday in a Sunday morning automobile accident ."If that didn't'work.,. the speeder'. informed the .county
Circuit Court. Gainesville
and Daryl Thornton 16, of Starke, County persons were fined Tuesday in at the intersection.of Call and might find ropes or chains stretched ,commission that the lease for the four
traffic court and four had the road to them to
injured after the 1977 Pontiac Water Streets. across encourage
driven by William J. Goodge, 17, fail Roger John Suders,37, of Seminole; their charges dismissed by County Carrool Raines,41,was travelingwest slow down Now that is what you. offices at the southeast end of the second
the courthouse expires at
: floor of
ed to stop, striking another vehicle Salvatore Comparato, f7, of Clear- Judge Elzle Sanders. in a 1974 Toyota truck on E. Call might call a real "speed trap."
Martin said his
which then struck another vehicle. water and Angelo L. Ortiz, 42, of Richard Wynn Parker pled guilty to Street when he skidded Into the rear "Entrapment Is when a person is' 'the end of August. three
Tampa, were trafficking careless driving and was fined$38.. law. I staff would need only offices
Thornton was treated for an injured aunlawful of a 1973 Toyota truck driven by enticed or lured into violating the commission to
in marijuana, possessionof Savill was fined $28 State troopers on the contrary are and asked the grant a
right foot at the Bradford County following Stephen Lee Bronson, 28. Bronsonwas
Hospital and released.Strickland suf- a controlled substance and offeringa for another vehicle too approaching a traffic light on S. spending a tremendous amount of lease for the three
fered a Keel Injury and underwent bribe to Keystone Heights Police closely. Water Street when the light turned time trying to obtain the voluntary
surgery at Alachua General Hospital Chief Leonard Jones. Rick C. Edwards was found guiltyof compliance of the speed law by the After a recess to Inspect the Proba-
in Gainesville. He Is listed in stable They were later released from the unlawful speed and fined $28. red.Damage was listed at $200 to the public through their many safety and tion and Parole staff quarters, commissioners -
condition. Bradford County\ Jail on $100,000 bond Violet Cain Bruner pled guilty to 1974 truck and$130 to the 1973 truck. Informative programs presented agreed to assign the vacant
According to the Florida Highway each. improper backing and was fined$38. No citations were Issued. around the state." office to the state attorney's of-
Patrol report,Goodge was following a Over 2,000pounds of marijuana and Brenda Silcox Slade was found guil- Beach ended by saying "If you fice, and grant the parole office staffa
1978 pickup truck driven by William 100,000 Quualudes were seized during ty of running a red light and fined$38. would be interested in having a State one-year lease effective Sept. 1.

Parrish, 16,and a 1971 Ford driven by the arrest. The following cases were dismissed Man Charged Trooper talk to your organization on The Parole Board began paying

Tracey Muse, 17,on Bessent Road ap-- Ortiz and Salvatore were arrested : With Reckless Driving safety and fuel conservation contact rent to the county about two years ago
Wendy Diane Wagner-careless local Patrol office
proximately three-tenths of a mile your Highway or after the dispute between the com
east of Starke. after Chief Jones had been watching driving, Isaiah Parkerunlawfulspeed 21-year-old Pennsylvania man the Chief Safety Officer In the Nell mission and Circuit Judge Theron A.
paratroopers practicing at the air Patrick Padgettunlawfulspeed was arrested Saturday by Starke Kirkman Tallahassee."
and Building,
and stopped the
Muse pulled over Yawn over use of the space on second -
He spotted a small! plane takingoff Inez B. officers and
Parrish stopped behind her, according port. and Ritchey-improper police charged with floor of the courthouse. The
from the back runway and vans reckless driving and
to the report, and Goodge failedto from the Jones backing. leaving the court wanted space for the state at-
leaving scene of an accident.
stop. followed the vans and radioed the Jack David Taylor was headed Parole Bd. Gives pOne torney's office, the commission
Goodge was cited for careless driv Bradford County Sheriff's office. Two ArrestedFor north in his 1979 Chrevrolet truck of 4 OfficesThe assigned the grand jury room and
Yawn followed with an injunc-
ing.Damage Jones stopped one van on SR-18 near when he struck Judge
a parked 1974 Ford
to the vehicles was listedas second
Hampton and sheriff's deputies stop- ShopliftingA state attorney's branch officein tion. Judge Yawn wants
$1,500 to the Pontiac, $500 to the ped the other van on SR-100 about four owned by Hardy Salvage. Taylor con- the Bradford courthouse will be floor reserved for court related purposes
Starke man and tinued traveling and was stopped 65
pickup truck and$1,000 to the Ford. miles south of Starke and arrested a miles later recipient of one of four offices givenup and its layout left for court use.
juvenile were arrested early Wednesday by Florida Highway
Suders. by the state Parole and Probation and the grand jury room to remain as
morning and charged with petty Patrol officers and charged with
A third van and driver were never theft. reckless driving and leaving the staff. Is.

caught, nor was the whereabouts of Jim Reddish and the 17yearoldwere scene of an accident.
the airplane discovered.A arrested by Starke police for Damage was listed as $300 to the
No InjuriesIn trial date of April 28 is set for the taking/ box of 12 glazed donuta froma truck and$250 the parked Ford. ,
men. EE f'lEt.
local supermarket.Police ,,
1-Car Wreck records show the juvenile COKE
gave false Information about his No InjuriesIn '
There were no injuries in a singlecar and
name 2-Car WreckNo
accident Saturday night on CR-16 The two were age. booked Into the Brad-
2'4 miles west of Starke. ArrestedFor ford one was Injured Tuesday after- WINTEDSELLERS :
Man County Jail. The juvenile will be
in two
11971 Ford Mustange driven by noon a car accident on N.
tried as an adult.
Grover Meyers, 18, of Lawtey was TrespassingA Walnut and Washington Streets.
westbound on CR-18 and apparently Police records show a 1971
driving too fast.Meyers couldn't pass 37-year-old Starke man was ar- Chevrolet van driven by Paul Richard ; ; AND BUYERS fOR
another vehicle, the brakes locked up rested Friday afternoon and charged Torode, 23, of Starke, was traveling
and the vehicle skidded approximately with trespassing on his mother's pro- One InjuredIn south on Walnut Street when a 1972 Grand Opening Of
240 feet on the pavement.60 feet on perty. WreckA Chevrolet driven by Eva Mae
the shoulder and crashed Into a Timothy Crawford was taken into Motorcycle Thomas 65, failed to stop at a stop
culvert, according to the Florida custody by Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Canadian woman was slightly sign and struck the van. LAKE CITY FLEA MARKET;
Highway Patrol report. Chief Deputy Robert Green after Ger- injured Wednesday morning in a No citations were issued
Meyers was cited for driving too tie Crawford called. Crawford had motorcycle accident on the corner of Estimated damage to the van was
fast for conditions. been warned to stay away from her Walnut Street and SR-100. set at $250 and to the Chevy, $600. LOCATED AT COLUMBIA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS--
home located two miles north of
Estimated damage to the Mustangwas The accident occurred around 9a.m.

$800. Starke.Crawford was released from the when a 1963 Harley-Davidson 100 YARDS OFF HWY' 90 OFF STATE BD 247
Jail after motorcycle driven by Thomas Smyth, "Speed Trap" Not
Bradford County posting of Washington, apparently made a Correct
Youth Arrested $113 bond. left turn onto SR-100 in front of a 1971 Wording SAT. and SUN. MARCH 22 ft 23
Cadillac driven by Martha Clark, of
After AccidentA Gainesville. The Cadillac hit the
The words We Have Indoor
and Outdoor Booths
motorcycle on the right side. .
"Speed Trap" are not necessarily the
Friday Jacksonville for a No InjuriesIn Louise Henn was treated for an in correct words to use every time a SELLERS CALL'NOW FOR INFORMATIONAND

22-year-old the Bradford County Jail man when endedat he Hampton Wreck Hospital and ankle released.at Bradford County driver receives a traffic tricket for RESERVATIONS ON BOOTH RENTALS
speeding laid the Florida
was arrested near the Starke Golf and There were no Injuries in an Damage to the motorcycle was Patrol today. Highway PHONE 752-6709 or 752-9692
County Club and charged with leavingthe unusual accident Friday morning on estimated at $600 and $450 to the
scene of an accident reckless a dirt road in Hampton Cadillac.No .
driving and failure to report an acci- According to the Florida Highway citations were issued. -----

dent. Patrol report a 1973 GMC truck,
driven by David Wayne Eiland, of
James Lewis Gladwell was drivinga Lawtey was struck In the left side bya :
1972 Lincoln Continental, owned by 1969 Dodge driven by Douglas Manning -, No Injuries 'I' wliw to jJALfJ -1
Randall Bell, 18, of Starke, eastboundon of Hampton. Manning was In Accident ."
SR-230 and attempted to make a traveling south on CR-221 and was Todd *
A Starke Andrew
20-year-old man, -
left turn on Country Club Road. Ac- rerouted
onto the dirt road because ofa
Schmidt charged with
cording to the Florida Highway was
stuck tractor-trailer on the westside
Patrol Gladwell missed the violation of right-of-way Friday after-
report of CR-221.
The rig was being
noon after an accident on SR-100 and
turn, struck a slfn. went through a by another tractor-trailer with the
ditch lort the vehicle and chain Cherry Street.
stretched across the road.
slammed into a pine tree on the road According to the Starke police
Eiland, who was traveling east on
Schmidt drove his 1959
shoulder. Gladwell then drove
across the dirt road to see what
stopped was
Chevrolet Into the of Pearl
the No. 1 fairway of the golf course, when path
going on Manning made the
McElroy of Lake City, who was
struck another pine tree and drove
turn onto the road and struck Eiland'svehicle.
SR-100 in
west 1976
off. traveling on a

The vehicle had been reported as
stolen last Saturday and was
recovered Sunday by Bradford County
Sheriff's deputies.The vehicle was
hidden at the Pine-Song subdivisionoff
Wilson Road. When you
Gladwell was charged/ with leaving ,
the scene of an accident, failure to Fla. Fresh Squeezed buy this mattress. .
report an accident and reckless driving yjr ,
and taken to the county jail. Two Lettuce Orange Juice
passengers were also charged.

Mark Reddish, 19, of Starke, was 3 Heads For a /. Gltl. $149 : '

charged: with giving false informa :

tion. Randall Bell la, of Starke was Large Fresh White
also Vine
charged with giving false infer-
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have worn or.damaged $259 $99 -
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Extending water lines to Hampton lines, making later installation of "Are we really going to pay this?" the project at $150,844. Total
Villa residents or having fire hydrants possible (and easier). she asked Incredulously. "For two estimated cost for renovation of the
hydrants la the newest hurdle Hamp- doors?!", distribution system and installation of
ton council members discussed Monday "We sure could use the extra Kelly explained the price a new supply pump is set at $209,000.
night at their regular meeting.The customers (from the Villas) said breakdown did not affect the total
meeting was rescheduled for Mayor Ted Curtis. He said he knew of price bid by Koblar. Williamson remained indignant and
Monday because of the Presidential four people right off that would want "They (Koblar) must do what they told Kelly she would like to see which
Preference Primaries Tuesday. city water. There are 16 homes in the bid on within the price they bid," Kelly subcontractors Koblar has hired. She
Councilwoman Jane Hall was absent. Villas subdivision.Part said. Koblar was the low bidder for did vote to pay the bill though.
Council members had asked about -
.. r the feasibility of extending water of the requirements for the .
lines to residents in Hampton Villas at $90,000 Farmer's Home Administration a
the last meeting and engineer Jerome loan being used for the renova-
Kelly, with Sverdrup Parcels, said tions was that Hampton have a
he needed to get exact figures on the guaranteed 120 hookups. By Curtis'
proposal.Kelly estimate, the city now has 110 water
told council members Mon- users. Councilwoman Lola Williamson
day night to wait until the water said there were only 50. The addi- for all your vehicles'brake
system renovation project is nearer tional Hampton Villa hookups could
completion. He Indicated the extension be necessary for the city, Curtis system needs.
could be very expensive if only a noted. NAPA
few residents wanted water hookups. .... '
TtwrtghtplM*,..bM.w Approximate cost to lay an extra Kelly suggested the council get a In lots of/way' Hr*. (In on*..lor..you H find quality NAPA
2,700 feet of 4-Inch line, which would house count before taking any further Untied.Brak*Sy.tvxn Parts tor vwy v Mctt you opwat*-
entail going under the Seaboard Coast steps to extend the water lines. cw(**,.trucks.,.,_fWs.....for traitor cftM.. and.Parts drum for.brakn both hydraubo,.plus' brih and air QUALITY
Railroad tracks and cutting across Curtis said he would get the information Hunt, ..._.ncJbrBk........t001s They*.*...." ,
The Final | Count Is... CR-32S would be $14,500, Kelly said.. next week. -. ....._.And,mac**to......or xcd. lb.."p. orm.nc. AUTO PARTSELECTRONIC {
nd durability of your original'tquipnwnt' Slop byyou II
He Indicated the cost could go much ,
The Crusade, In with Hit*what you find
Mother's March finished their Cancer coming only higher depending on various cir-
1833.50. cumstances such as rental fees set by In other business, the council:
Chairmen for SUrke were Mrs. Barbara Brown and Elaine Wood <( above Marchers Included Linda Wise Frances Dansby, Ann Woods Debbie The city has $10,400 in contingency, Discussed the third partial pay
Ward, Donna Hartly Wanda Prevail, Nancy Payne Jana Godwin, Kay Waters, however, Kelly suggested the money ment for the water system renova-
Becky Dobbins Carolyn Taylor, Linda Hicks,Sandra Duncan Eddie Joyce Sexton stay put until the project is complete. tion. Koblar Constructors, of U
Linda Johns Julia Ripplinger Carol Melner. Margie Dukes, Louisa Brown, The dilemma Hampton officials Gainesville, submitted their bill for
Pat Spengler Lorraine Smith Carol Baldwin Bonnie Winkler,Marian Douglas, face Is whether they want fire $39,000.
Ida Sue Schmitt, Gwen Moxley Virginia Darby, and Charlotte DeSantiago. '
hydrants or water lines to Hampton The council agreed to pay,
From Lawtey was Dorothy Moultrie and Eula Mae King. Hampton Marchers Villas. Kelly pointed out that whether however, Councilwoman Williamsonwas .
Included Jean Clark Dianne Davis Annlee Byrd, Joann Horn Carolyn Slater, Hampton opts for the hydrants or not, shocked over the $1,390 bill for -
Inger Camden and Carolyn Joiner. the T-jolnts will be installed in the two doors for the control room.


I Laprell Gets 5 Years Probation in Circuit Court SentencingA 11 :c.

17-year-old Maxville youth was the incident. Humphrey was booked County on similar charges. Carolyn Higgins, 32, of Tampa, $1844
sentenced Monday to five years probation into the Bradford County Jail wherehe Eddie Jackson, 18, of Starke. pled also pled not guilty to issuing three Aso 'Ill1
by Circuit Judge R.A."Buzzy" remains. No bond was set. not guilty to aggravated battery witha worthless checks amounting to .
Clffclneilly acluilcdNiMWMDfBkingfOf Pro rdtl Manually tAle Ld pithingptovKM o.nhq CompiW* bnt mad to BAB ti.ndaicn
the Arthur Freeman of Trenton
Green Jr. with the stipulation that pled The .
deadly .
weapon. weapon was a $20163 The checks written 4 .
were out towed tnMlvf Easy wtiMt lot up and added Haal need alloy artdM".hP
first year be served in the Bradford not guilty to two charges of uttering a pool cue. to local grocery stores in April of last ,. ,0.11100 nydf*UMC connKmm. grip I''.....,..". _..... ...... .piina. 'lor "'...miim arranfirt Wen and
County JailRichard forgery and grand theft. Freeman Timothy Alan Bryan of Starke, year. h" loc aMo ava-iattt* 1000 Its
Edmond Laprell was found was charged with forging a $1,850 charged with burglary of a structure .A worthless check charge against own m 10 a NAPA ator today ---
guilty last Jan. 22 on burglary and check from Felix Music Publishing with intent to commit theft. Records Lynne M. Bouten, 40, of Interlachen, Hires JJ.1IM
grand theft charges. Corp. In Miami. According to the show Bryan broke into Fish'n Stuff on was dropped by the state after she STARKE MOTOR PARTS
Laprell was arrested for breakingInto records Freeman attempted to opena N. Temple Avenue. made restitution.A -{_, tMIIII llwtt ttlltmitofll
Garrard's Molds in local rank account with that checkIn Joseph Alston, 29 of Starke pled T II aal/A. ,
taking Mans
May 7,breaking into a safe and June. not guilty to Issuing!a worthless checkto -:"\
some old coins,valued at$1,500.Some Freeman is being held in Gilchrist Winn-Dixie for the amount of$50. Little Women's Club Dance Fri we help keep America moving
of the coins were returned.In day, March 14,9 p.m. til 1 a.m. Public
__ !other dispositions handed down Invited. 12 per perron.
Ricky Dee Rogers, 17, of Starke,
was placed on five years' probationby
acting Circuit Judge Elzie JIM WALTER OFFERS
Sanders.Rogers was ordered to serve
90 days of that probation in the Brad
ford County Jail
Rogers was convicted Dec. 12 on a
grand theft charge and conveyancewith % IVDRTGADEJMeTa.91r
intent to commit theft. Rogershad
taken former Mayor Joseph War-
ren's automobile which.was' park a&&.,.. -

the The Bradfordrllnlort burned' 'VG! -Tech l ubca..jQ c.-'lef+qt\ + wa ; '. f II,' 'I' :;: il. :: ,

wooded area off CR 1toger'S"W A Percentage iF'

acquitted. pre-sentence on arson charges.A investigation. was Rate 1 N A, N C'I N G.

ordered for Deborah Denise Small,of
Miami, charged with introduction of
contraband Into a state prison.
Small was arrested last Sept. 22 for TO HIS CUSTDrV1ERSn
attempting to bring marijuana Into
Florida State Prison.

Six trials have been tentatively tf- :<1': :J
scheduled for the week of April 28: }'":f r ,; ...I..)ti.r,1:: !:!;: : .
Ralph James Humphrey, 22, pled ';:" ,,';'. \ H .'>r ": ;:i' .
not guilty to a robbery charge and two a .. ] ';'\) 1 i,":. ..J: .:1.'J.y' :: ,;iiftYor.t.r.:: : ., I' .i
counts of attempted murder. ,.tI.Ii: (:'.:..;..:'I.: l.". .,:.,.:.1 '. 1-/:"
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Humphrey entered the Kentucky +!A' -; r 'iJ",.. fl.( ":
Fried Chicken restaurant on N. Tem- y. \ !,. )iI.\:
ple Avenue Feb. 10 and shot two
employees Julia Harris and Gerald
, Smith,during the robbery.Humphrey 1:' t( ''i' -
was formerly employed at Kentucky
Fried. He turned himself Into law en-
forcement officials three hours after om'''

Muriel Gllhooly, Comlttee ,.h"'b f+
Woman; Precinct: 3, wishes to
thank all the people for the support -
and voles she received !Ia
'Tuesday's election. Again, '+.+., .r' :
thanks a million!

the PRESIDENT Bedrooms-2 Baths .. SHave oj( .......
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you been stymied trying to find financing to facts and low building costs. Let' us show you how __

To Be AvailableAt build on your property? There's no such problem you can save money lots of it. by doing some.. fJ -

KingtleyLake at Jim Walter Homes and it won't cost you an or all of the inside finishing yourself. Let us show ...
arm and a leg. Jim Walter can build and finance you the Jim; Walter way. how we will finish your ". a

The Clay County Health Department your new home for only 10% annual percentage home to almost any stage, from the "shell" (unfinished s ""
will offer a new service to the rate, not the 11 V4% that you would have to pay for inside) up to 90% complete. You can tell I
public on the fourth Monday of each an F.H.A. mortgage, or even more for conventional us how much of the interior to do,' then you take .
month from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the financing. And, with Jim Walter mortgage financing .over and finish the rest. Do the electrical,finish the .

road Kingsley 16-A.Lake civic center on county ,there are NO points and NO closing costs. You wallboard, install the inside doors and trim. The 1 .

A Nursing Clinic will be available only pay for what you get. And, with our almost more you do for yourself.the more you'll save. It's 1 :
this time, staffed by a public health instant service, credit approval Is usually only a the Jim Walter way for you to have more home formatter :
nurse, and offering the following ser. of a day or two not the red-tape delays that less money. j
vices: blood screening, immunizations
,pressure limited blood work, can take up to a month or more with so many So'if you own property and want to build a new Walter Homes for no-obligation information and 1

nutrition counseling, health care financing institutions. home, come to where 10% annual percentage rate the cost of building on your property. Call, stop by, :

tion review and and referral.counseling Vision,,and hearing informa-,and Let us show you the more than 20 homes from financing is no problem. Come to where the cost of or send the coupon to our nearest display park i

T.B. screening may be added at a which you may choose. Let us give you complete building low and the value Is high.,Come to Jim today. i

later date. .
The civic center operated by the t

Association Kingsley Lake is located Property In the Owners former Homes built on your property almost any WE DO IT RIGHT!!! ]

Nail's No store building Is made at for the the lake.health stage from the shell to 90% complete.Sfarifor I
services charge rendered but donations are up ................. ,

accepted from persons wishing to FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! '

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THE BRADFORD ""IrtIl1. ; : HOMES would like la h.... mere information and fh. cost .
COUNTY TELEGRAPH of bwMlngon" ) my property.l understand' there would
Published every Thursday bo no obligation fa buy and thai you would glvo moh .
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,. They Ain't Goniia.Take My Home Away' I

Let The Flim-Flammers

"All I know Is they ain't gonna take

Get You Over The Barrell my home away from me." declared a .
: man who's had Ota proverbial rain
cloud over him for the part two years.
At 23,Walter Henderson Jr.has had
The thief never shows up at the at- his share! of bard knocks.
Flim-flam artists In Starke, Bradford torney's office and the victim Is left An employee at Owen-Joist,
County, and the Keystone with his money missing.A Henderson hurt hi* back two years r o'. FhMT
Heights area have plagued law enforcement third type incident Involves the agu while lifting a boo-pound steel
: officers with most of the rural area at nighttime, when a victim joist. He had jus coma back to work
operations attempted with elderly Is stopped by flashing light and after being/ absent several months r
citizens of the area. Is informed that the victim has just because of his high blood pressure.!
"The public needs to be extra hit a man on a bicycle and asks the The back Injury was only the begin
careful of what appears to be "extra victim to go back where the incident ning of his travails. .
good deals," says Bradford Sheriff occurred. Married, he has three children, one
Dolph Reddish. "Don't talk to The victim finds a man lying In a who Is Just three weeks old. His wife
strangers about money" is the word ditch.The man who Is alleged to have doesn't work and his family, he says,
from law enforcement officers. been struck says "if you give me has a hard enough time themselves. f
Four different types of con Jobs some money we won't call the police Henderson says there are no relativesto
were reported to the Telegraph by .. and we'll forget all about It." help him out.Workman's h
officers.If Is err
law enforcement anyone
When the exchange is made and the compensation paid par-
approached by any of these potential con-artist leaves the victim the A fourth type of flIm- am involvesa tial benefits (6O percent of his work-
flim-flam operations, contact the package and finds it filled with opens cut-up con-artist driving a pickup truck ing salary,or$103 a week) to Hender-
nearest law enforcement agency im- that has the sign of a paint companyon son for a year. Henderson claimed he
mediately.The newspaper.A second type of incident Involves the doors. :The operator of the was totally disabled and that be was
first kind of flim-flam Involves the con-artist who asks the victim if truck pulls up to a house In a rural unable to work again.
elderly citizens driving pickup trucks he dropped a package at the post of- area and informs the victim that thevictim's Of the three doctors Henderson
in the vicinity of the bank or post of- fice. The con-artist talks the victim house and roof badly need a went to, one gave him a five percent
fice. An approach is then made to the Into exchanging money then asks the paint job. The con-artist then sprays disability, entitling him to compensation
victim to exchange money with the victim to meet him at the office of an Job In&on the house and roof.When the for a limited period of time, explained
where of Is finished,the con-artist demands a spokesman for workman's
attorney !an exchange
con-artist money
having a package wrapped
payment from the victim. compensation.
would take
la handkerchief.
a large
Henderson, a soft-spoken man who
recently started reading the Bible,
said he cannot accurately describe
EDITORIAL the and feels. He says it hurts A
sistent when I It comes, it so
bad all he can do Is curl up In a little
ball and wait until the pain subsides.
"I used to smoke and drink a few
Bradford's Turnout beers,you know,to make the pain go
away. But I turned to the Bible."said
Henderson, his smooth face betraying
the hardships he's endured.His .
surprising in a time when the price of gasolineis attorney, Dudley Hardy said

makes the Florida victories of Presi- soaring toward the $1.50 mark, but still to Circuit. should Judge rule on R.A.the"Buzzy"issue sometimethis GreenJr.

dent Carter (Democrat) and Ronald Reagan the driver stuck in the mud or cut off from his week. Judge Green's ruling will By Inei Davis

(Republican) at the polls Tuesday doubly .home by a flooded road the one-cent per determine Henderson's future. BCT Staff Writer

significant is that Florida, with its present gallon tax should seem mighty small at the Without workman's compensation, Walter Henderson Jr. and his wife. Sharon and children Sharrle, Walter
cross-section of population has become a time of his inconvenience.One without any sort of welfare! income or William and Sarlna (In the blankets.
work income Henderson Is
political barometer for the Nation, far moreso of the most disappointing phases ofTuesday's hellacious time, keeping his family having fed a trying to take off the tires he had just "Every time I go by a car, it does
than states that are less cosmopolitan in or keeping his belongings.His bought. Henderson said he had bor- something to me, Henderson said
makeup. election locally was the com- car was repossessed and rowed money to get his car fixed up But what worries him more than
paratively small) turnout at the polls in Brad- Henderson was charged with and now he still owes money but he anything is the writ of replevin that I
New Hampshire is regarded as too small, in ford County, in spite of the effect on the resisting arrest without violence for doesn't have his car. was served him. His 1971 trailer, his

area and population, to be really representative pocketbook of almost every voter. Regardlessof home, may be repossessed because
of the thinking of the nation. their interest or lack of interest in can- Henderson is past due since July on

Massachusetts is too liberal to be typical, didates for President, we would expect a his $95.99 monthly payments.The for Commerlcal.

besides being Senator Kennedy's home state, larger number to turn out to register their opi- County Agents Credit Corp.attorney, Tom Brown, said he

and one where independents are allowed to nion on a proposed one cent tax on gasolineand by Bobby L. Taylorr r" feels sorry for Henderson and even of.
vote in the Republican primary. South an extension of homestead exemption on Notebook Phone: 88t-8280 J fered to pitch in$25 to help Hendersonout.

Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia are tradi- school taxes to $25,000.It Commerical Credit, in an effortto
tionally regarded as Deep South, without the is hard to understand the voter's indifference J .. action help against Henderson him out for,did four not months.file any

influx of newcomers from the East and Mid- to such matters, but the fact remains Normal filing time is 10 days, said
West that Florida has experienced in the last that 50 Our weather in March has been the nitrogen from ammonium sulfate, Brown.
decade. Thus, such states do not offer a repre- only percent of those registered here topic of conversation lately., After divide 20 percent (the N content of Brown said the company has
sentative cross-section in their voting. took the trouble to go to the polls Tuesday.This some mild days in late February the ammonium sulfate) Into 100 to find delayed repossession until after the
was ten percent less than the number ex- second and third of March were! out the number of pounds of fertilizer judge hands down a ruling.
But Florida has all the qualifications neededby pected, and 15 to 20 percent less than Brad- unreasonably cold. Who would have that will supply 1 pound N. Since 100 Henderson has been struggling to
political forecasters, pollsters, and pundits. ford's usual above-average showing of voter guessed we would have snow in divided by 20 equals 5,apply 5 poundsof keep his trailer since September,
Florida that late? ammonium sulfate per 1,000 square when the company filed the first action -
since 1980 until it .
With its population swelling strength.We in him. In
feet of lawn. If applying nitrogen a against January 1979,
is now the seventh most populous state in the hope this is not an indication of I mentioned last week that the cold 16-44 fertilizer and the nitrogen In the Henderson brought his payments up-
country,acording to latest Census Bureau projections growing didn't do a lot of damage to our crops product is all slow-release organic to-date and then in October, another
its voters run the gamut from liberalto apathy and indifference on the part of our except destroy fruit and bloom of 'nitrogen, one could apply 2 pounds of action was filed. That action is just
conservative; Democrat, Republican, and voters, and that the county will.return to its strawberries. -The.plants survived actual nitrogen. calculation is the ,now going to court<< '
urban and rural black white usual good showing in the fall primaries and ''and'1 have started blooming and same as in the first exampled Divide i Henderson claims tie has no place
Independent; ; general election. fruiting again. 100 by IS ((16 is the percent N in the to go if his trailer is repossessed. He
Hispanic, and minorities of all kinds. And they fertilizer). The answer is about 6, so can't move in with his disabled
can vote only in the primary of the party in The weather changed rapidly again 12 pounds of the 16-4-8 would supply 2 father, who lives a few blocks from
which they are registered.In Food Stamp Frauds Monday when we had between 3 and S pounds of nitrogen. him in Lawtey. And he can't stay with
Inches of rain in a 24 hour period inmost his mother because she still. has some
the words of Robert S. Strauss, President areas of the county. This rain children at home.
Carter's campaign chairman: "Florida is a Being Stamped OutIn might cause more damage than the A high school graduate, Hendersonis
recent cold semi-illiterate. He's fora
spell. unqualified
of America. When from northto FORESTRY
montage you go job that requires math or clerical
south, you've got all of America in this one Damage may occur to the roots of IN BRADFORD COUNTYBy skills. He cannot work at manual
state." So Florida's Presidential Primariesare recent weeks 75 residents of Clay County strawberries and other plants that labor because he said if he stands for
important, not just because of the numberof and 82 in Nassau have been arrested for fraudin had started to grow. The plants may any length of time, his back starts
delegates chosen (100 Democratic and 51 connection with violations of the food stamp not actually drown, but may be hurting.
stunted ot It could cut the potential for ,. He's slipped through the welfare
but also because broad trendscan program.
Republican full production. :Mark Fries system-the only thing he can qualify
often be detected in Florida that are not so This was only the beginning of an all-out for is food stamps Emergency
obvious in other states. drive by State Attorney Ed Austin, of Duval There are also other effects of assistance is unavailable because he
flooding this time of year. Soil is not classified as totally disabled.
Four years ago Carter won a sizable victoryin County, to convict those who are abusing the preparation and planting can be Have noticed all "Things have been so bad at times
Florida, proving for the first time, to the food stamp program, and recover over- delayed resulting in-late harvest andpossibly laurel oak you trees ever that are dead large or In all we've had to eat Is flour bread,"
payments that have already cost taxpayers an more problems with Insects, related Henderson.
satisfaction of voters, that he could carry a very poor condition along the streetsin
large, diverse state, and effectively knockingGov. estimated $500,000 in these three counties disease and drought Starke? Sarah, his wife, does not work and
she does not want to move from
George C. Wallace out of the picture for alone. Rains and the weather have (or Because of these oaks and other her husband."I away

good. Gerald R. Ford also won here, but it wasa "Our aim is to stop fraud in this program, will) delay garden planting. areas where I feel trees could be told her to go live with her mama
narrow victory, foreshadowing his race and we have warned people everywhere that However, as I said last week, we can planted, I have decided to do a street for awhile and let me do this alone,
have good gardens planted as late as but she said no," Henderson said.
down to the wire with Ronald Reagan. tree inventory of all the trees located
to catch them if they don't stop
we are going the 1st of April. within the right-of-ways of Starke. Saying he doesn't know what he'll
Because it is an early contest, most can- this abuse of a program designed to help the do i if the judge doesn't rule in his
well needy Austin said. I've been talking about gardens and Each will be favor, Henderson can only wait..and
didates believe they must finish in vegetables lately. I hope you haven't tree classified accor- hope.
Florida "to break from the pack thus ding to species name, condition,
away The crackdown, which started in Nassau forgotten your lawns and ornamen
diameter at 4'/4 feet above ground or
making it easier to raise campaign funds and County, will get under way in Duval County tals. total heJgIIt.'I1IeCOlldition. Council

get more attention from the news media. this week, and a major series of arrests is ex- March is the month for a complete on Aging,
pected within the first few days. fertilizer for lawn Fer- will fit Into one of four
Carter's overwhelming win over Kennedy, your grass. categories : Director to Meet
with 66 percent of the Florida vote to thesenators tilizers are identified by analysis
Although food stamp fraud is hard to pin and/or brand name. Many common
percent held no surprise and was down, it is common belief that violations are commercial fertilizers are known by Ceaditionlescriptlon With Kingsley GroupRobert
about as predicted. Likewise,Reagan's 58 per- widespread throughout the nation, and State their analysis number such as 16-4-8, 1 Excellent-trees are' sound
cent, to 30 percent for Bush, was not surprising Attorney Austin said his success in bringing 10-10-10 or 6+6.A with no pruning or'other tree
phosphate maintenance needed. Whetsel director of the
contains nitrogen, and Clay
after John withdrew from the
Connally charges against violators would) not have been potash. The numbers Indicate the 2 Good-trees have scattered County Council on Aging, Inc will
race. Bradford County followed the lead of the possible in Clay County without the support percentage of each of these nutrients. dead branches and some rot meet with senior citizens oil the
rest of the state by giving Carter and Reaganits and assistance of the Clay County sheriff's of- A 16-4-8 grade, for example, contains In trunk, but are In good condition Kingsley Lake Community at 10 a.m.

nod of approval.One fice and the police departments of OrangePark 16 percent nitrogen, .4 percent overall. Tuesday, March 25, at the Kingsley
available phosphate, and 8 percent 3 Fair-trees have considerable Lake Civic Center on road 16-A.:
area of disappointment in Tuesday's and Green Cove Springs. If campaigns, soluble potash. Thus a 100 pound bag amount of rot In branches The purpose of this
election was the failure of Bradford voters to such as that now being conducted by Austin of 16-4-8 would contain 16 pounds of and have expected life of no determine what services are bred
endorse a special one cent per gallon gasolinetax were waged throughout the nation, millions of nitrogen, 4 pounds of phosphate and 8 more than 10 years and are by the lake area residents, over 60
placed on the ballot the County Com- dollars would doubtless be recovered in pounds of potash. These three constituents becoming serious hazard, years of age,so that a program can be
by '
nitrogen, phosphorus and severe pruning. developed by the Council on Aging to
mission in the hope of raising an estimated overpayments.The potash are called the primary plant 4 Poor-trees are dead or have meet their needs.
$150,000 annually use on the county's road Duval, Clay, and Nassau County arrests foods; if all three are present,the fer- severe problems and shouldbe Services are offered by the council
system.In should serve as a warning to food stamp tilizer Is a complete fertilizer. Com- removed Immediately.As under the Older Americans Act and

violators in other areas of what could happen plete fertilizers like 1&+8, 12-4-8, of right now I have about 1/3 of include the following:
spite of washed out roads and bridges when an aggressive state attorney determines' 10-10-10 and 6+6 are commonly the city Inventoried. It appears that Homemakers to assist in shopping,

resulting from'flooding rains of Sunday and to do something about an obvious abuse of the' recommended for lawn fertilization.Most many of the laurel oaks are in a stateof cooking assistance, meal when planning needed and the laundry clientto

Monday, Bradford voters went to the polls law. Food stamp violations are nothing to be fertilizers are applied at a decline, especially those in the maintain an Independent by existence
Walnut Street The
Tuesday and turned down the one-cent tax bya winked about. They are just as serious as any rate determined by the type and are a fast growing area.tree but laurel oaks in the home.
margin of 1,792 to 1162. Perhaps this is not other felony or misdemeanor. amount of nitrogen present In the live only about 100 years. normally Home Repair: The recipient pays
material. Nitrogen is the nutrient only for the cost of materials for,
most used by the grass and often is As these trees become older they minor repairs.There! is no charge for
the material that burns the lawn If applied will need to be pruned to remove the labor.
.*t excessive rates. dead or dying branches.. Many of Volunteer Services: Provides sup
CR1p gteAUS(1Rf ( tr> them have already! been pruned portive services, such as visiting and.
SINCE 1879 0>V>> An almost universal recommendation drastically and some to the extent telephone reassurance; transportation -
for turf grasses Is to apply 1 poundof where all that remains Is the trunk. to medical apopintments;
.is mi actual nitrogen per 1000 square feet "meals on wheels" and recreational
I of lawn if the nitrogen Is a chemical, A new tree should be planted activities, including crafts. '
water soluble source.If most (greater wherever an old one to removed. I Home, Visits: All Clay County
O than 50 percent)of the nitrogen in the would recommend replanting with residents over 60 are! entitled to a
i C'4T B08G.FERGU50NJOHNM.MILLERPublll'1 live oak. Live oak Is a little slower home visit by trained community ser
ON fertilizer Is water soluble (
organic growing but will outlast other vice workers, to facilitate awareness
9 nitrogen), then the rate may be 2 or any of available services and to provide

; PublltlM... *'**ch"un4ey mn*_,... .._.....ct...towr*t the rt OWk.t Stark*.M.*.under. Axt.f Mrch 3.17t3c more pounds of actual nitrogen per tree.When general counseling.All '
1,000 square! feet. The pounds of actual I 'complete the survey I will men and women 80 years and

S% Subscription. rat"In trad.,**.S*Pr Vw;W Sla ManftiOuHl nitrogen In every fertilizer' can be summarize my findings in this col- over, In the Klngsley Lake area are,
determined by dividing the percent umn along with final
my recommen- invited to attend this
10 PM a." it Important
'**trad*rai f Vr:$ Six Mrnitfc '
f lion, .M4-4M9 Start*.nri,; *> nitrogen listed on,the label Into! 100. cations. I should be finishing it within f meeting and help formulate a program
:to: For example, In applying soluble the next month., to suit the focal needs. ',


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March 13. 1981) TELEGRAPH Page SA

Strawberry Plans - -
Pageant 1 tJDC Make
-- -
Entry Deadline if', ':, \ t
For Memorial \ .

Extended to March 17 Service 20 ,

t President Mrs.Lester Crews gave a VI, .A t t .k \m t a .'t fA 11
The ;"IA' d
deadline for entering the 'report of the recent district meeting ; .: d"
Strawberry Queen pageant ban been IPy "aN+ ,held In ''Gainesville at the March e. > "It I
extended to Monday March 17 at 5 'meeting of the'UDC held Wednesday ." "

March 9. at the home of Mrs:Mildred ''Yf ;
p.m.Girls : q ;
may to Mitchell pick up and return application a .Weisgerber in, Keystone Heights' on ; !: 4 L (I/ l :
!Drug Store. Lake Geneva; -

about More the Information pageant will or be questions answered ; 'of letter Bradford from County Dan Library Smith, was librarian read I ; VtJ'frifrl 964.7608 l Io. ,:.,' ( 'r.i 'I' Fte U" eW4., I

the W.T.Week's for
by calling Helen FrIes thanking chapter .
at 964-7753
Wilson 964-8210. the donation of the UDC magazine ,
which they receive monthly.Two edi- "!
New entries this week are: Virginia tions of the magazine are also sent to
Gail Crawford, daughter of Mr. and the elementary and high schools. IA
Mrs. Nell Crawford. She Is 17 years W.T. Weeks chapter was co-host at HJalmar Mcmillan Honored at a Tea

old! a senior at Bradford High School the district meeting Gainesville. lovely tea honoring Miss Hjalmar drum In a wicker basket. In the living
and Those attending from Starke
Is were
sponsored by Leila's Dress
and :
McMillan held of
bride-elect white
was room an arrangement carnations
Gift Mrs.Crews Mrs.Lex Green and Mrs.
Shop. Hal Edwards L.H. Jennin s. Saturday, March 8, at the home of (with peach touches) was arranged
Ellen Mrs. John C. Greene at Camp Blan- In an antique blue vase. At
George A convention of the children of the
Confederacy Is'to be held at the Sea ding. other points of Interest were arrangements -
Co-hostesses Mrs. P.G. Fobs of camellias and
were bloom-
Laurie Ellen Turtle Inn in Jacksonville In July.
GeorgeW. Mrs. Desso Forman, Mrs. V.J. ing African violets
Mrs. Grady Jones is asking all
Hal Edwards Mrs. J.D. Mrs. Mrs. Charles
members of the chapters to back this Spengler Warren Pouring punch were
Plan June important event financial) t Jess Wolbert Mrs. Louis T. Young, Darby and Mrs. Gus Kopelousos.
Wedding Jones Is general convention chairman Mrs.John A.Torode and Mrs.Jerome Calling between the hours 2 and.4
Chaplain and Mrs. William Johns. 150 .
T. p.m. were guests.Strawberry
for the 86th
George of Starke announce the Memorial services will be held Sun- r.." ,;. .'.-- ,\ ,./If I Mrs. Greene greeted the guests at
\ ,, .
and the door and
engagement presented them to the
approaching mar- \"
day 20, at 3:30 at Crosby
riage of their daughter, Laurie Ellen Lake Cemetery. Further p.m.plans will be : receiving line composed of the
to W. Hal Edwards, son of Lt. honoree her mother Mrs. Merrill Swingers
announced at later date
a by
Col.Ret. and : ( McMillan and Mrs. Bill Wilson
) Mrs. William H. Edwards historian, Mrs. Elzle Sanders. : f' Presenting Annual
of mother of the
Kingsley Lake. prospective groom.
After the business the
The marriage will take place on Mrs. meeting Cecelia l:. Mrs. Thomas Boyette, Mrs. Strawberry StrutThe
Welsgerber .
Saturday June 21 at i'.p' (. ,. 0: Wilson's and Miss Erma
r.rrhi 10 a.m. in the Terwillegar and Mrs. Joe Wilson t i' a' ""r mother
First Presbyterian Church In Starke. served a salad course.Approximately ..M1"'lV'\ \ .' ;:: .. Wilson Mr. Wilson's sister were Strawberry Swingers will hold
All friends and relatives are invitedto : ",flilJ.I/II/ }) ,atr'l II seated on the sunporch.The .
attend. 18 members attended. .... tea table was covered with a their fourth annual Strawberry Strut
Guests were Mrs. H.A. Nelson,Jr. with Elmer Sheffield, Jr. from
Barbara Jones white lace cloth
and son, Byron Franklin Weisgerberand Army-Navy and Tallahassee, as caller, on Saturday,'
Donald Trlest centered with of silk
Martha Dorko. an arrangement March 13, from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Na-
The Telegraph regrets the switching peach roses, celery green tiger limes tional Guard Armory on Edwards
Lisa Henderson mixed with other silk flowers. This
of pictures in last week's paperon Road.
Virginia Gail Crawford Shower Honoree the Trleat- ones Item which was a was balanced by silver candelabra An afternoon workshop will be held
holding entwined with
technical error. Below Is the correc- peach tapers that afternoon from 3 to S work
SheUaMarie Miss Lisa Henderson, bride-elect Mrs. Faulkner Jr. fern. p.m.
Starling, daughter of asparagus
tion with picture cutline and story. ing plus 1 and plus 2 calls.
Mr. and Mrs. William Starling, is was honored at a miscellaneous Honored At The staff apologizes for the error. A large antique vase was filled with All Strawberry Swingers are urgedto
16 years old and a Junior at Bradford shower and buffet dinner Monday yellow mums and fern on the sun- attendNOTICE .
High School. She is sponsored by night at the home of Mrs. John Stork Shower Barbara Sue Jones, porch along with a green philoden-

NuWaves Hair Salon. Ramsey on South Cherry Street given Mrs. Harry Faulkner Jr: was
by the girls employed at the Western honored at a stork shower last Friday Donald Ervin Triest

Steer Steak House; Mrs. Ramsey night given by Mrs.John Kenney Sr., Are Engaged NOTICkf NOTICE
Mrs. Alex Lutz Mrs. Ha Lam, Mrs.
Mrs. Owen Alvarez Jr.. Miss Dottie
Karen Norman,Mrs.Danny Norman, Kite, Mrs.Mark Moody and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones are proud PUBLIC NOTICE
Miss Terry Bement and Mrs. Doris Tilley at the home of the latter. to announce the engagement of
their daughter Barbara Sue, to
Hildrieth. Pink, blue and yellow silk flower arrangements
The buffet table was covered with a Donald Ervin Triest son of Mr. and
white linen cloth and centered by an points in the family were placed room for the vantage occa- Mrs. Ervin Triest all of Keystone A Meeting Will Be Held

arrangement of pink and yellow sion. The refreshment table was Heights
daisies and pompoms.The Miss Jones is a 1976 graduate of March 20 1980
covered with a blue linen cloth and 7:30: pm
girls presented the honoree centered with a baby musical cradle Keystone Heights High School and ,
with a corsage made with wedding filled with silk flowers. graduated from St. Johns River Community -
bands and a large cypress clock as a Games were played and prizes College in 1978 with an A.A. Hampton City Hall
memento of the occasion. degree. She is presently an accounting
awarded to the 30 which in-
I s Helping to share the happy occasionwere cluded Mrs. Harry Faulkner guests Sr. and major at the University of Central for the Annual Election of Trusteesfor

15 guests.,. Mrs. Joe Thornton. Florida in Orlando and plans to
graduate in June with a Bachelor ofArts Santa Fe Lake I
The hostesses presented a baby degree.Mr. Cemetery near Hampton

Lewis Twins walker the occasion.to the honoree as a mementoof Triest is also a 1976 graduate of

KHHS and 1978 graduate of St. Johns
Celebrate 9th
River Community College. Presently IMPORTANT! i If You Have A
Birthday SaturdayMr. W 1o.Jw he Is a mechanical engineering majorat
the of Florida in
and Mrs. James P. Lewis gavea Gainesville.University He is a Master Plumberand Lot Or
Family Plot You ShouldBe
Sheila Marie Starling party Saturday afternoon at their Triest ,
., home on Butler Road for their twins. Mr.and Mrs. Huston McClane were operates Plumbing.
The to wed in
Tim and Amy on their ninth birthday.The In Panama City Feb. 28-Mar.7 where couple plans
Other entries are Pennirae Hunt September. At This MeetingDon't Miss It !
friends from Col.orado.
held In the
age 20, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Ray party was yard they were Joined by
where the ;..4''UJ
25 youngsters played
mond Hunt Robbin Stephens, 16,
; age .
,games, enjoyed .a hotdog and,marshmallow .( t'all
daughter Stephens; of Tamnnl"Mr.' 'and aIdree MrsGary calm"I'1.: t> roast and were given party. ..Nealy McConnell.Jr( *.' iftWlW i a, "" ..",,- ....tl.111ft\ fJ "I'moonh; \ ) M rs! Y,04rfI l I 0W1r':'' A -9'n-;;; :t' n'

daughter or MrP!>*bnd Mrs.CfiaVlesBaldree '9daa'orArqrrr/ x" 1nf1'"U nt 11II nano 1 fores try-schooling,.meetlrtft Bnt.Simon's bna.pwltkcs.i M,6 h'iii tfU QJUWt'l 'f(1* laclrru: ;" .,. ......r.t ,. ..,. 1,..... ,I.... .....h .'...." h '
; Renee Williams, age 16, The refreshment table was covered Island this week. f..Shop, 110 W. Call St. Stark. .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lysle E. with a white linen cloth and centered
Williams. with two birthday cakes.

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Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas. Mr. "

BIRTHS and Mrs. Ronald L. Thomas and son, ;
Ron Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Conner
Mr. and Mrs.Joe S.Starling and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johnson of Roman Alvarez and daughter 1I$1jsD1ff
Tallahassee announce the birth of a and Sunday
son Nathan Herbert born March 3.The inePaanamaCity visit ng Rev. and '

baby loins a brother Richard :Mrs. Frank Starling and children and
age 9. Maternal grandparents are Mr. attended the dedication of their new

and Mrs. Randall Chism of Starke. church. Fellowship Baptist on Sunday

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Page sA TELEGRAPH March 13.1980 .

l Traffic Safety, ,
'frp. Talks Assist FlIP
Honored at

Miss Christie .'a" Program
riage to Carl TALLAHASSEE Traffic Safety .
Ir S of May 3, was Education Section of tile Florida

delightful tea anaMtaltk ; Highway Patrol gave safety talk to
b given by Mrs. ,n,5ll people during l 7t it was announced .
Tucker: Mrs. today.
t '
da Johns, Mrs. Mint Colonel Eldrlge Beach, 'Patrol
Lowell King and director said,'.We....convinced that
at the home of traffic safety education: Is an important -
Street In Green ..a't 1 of overall
and necessary part our
Refreshments by Debra Norman 1 "
traffic safety program.
table covered Mary Kay Ceeaietles t The 17 Troop Safety officers showed -.
lace cloth and Beauty CMuwltant 4,716 safety films to 3M.873 people.
spring floral phone They also appeared on 557 television
Al was served on the M4-M49 .. and 1,317 radio programs.In addition,
y 1\l\ Ing 1. thousands of their TV and radio safety
At pots of spots were broadcast.a reault of
rooms were outstanding cooperation by the electronic
i, s of camellias. Tg/is.a Lip color provides emphasis to the)mouth and balances the make-up. media. '
Frank Genest Assisting were and Mrs. Billy Crawford Beautiful luscious and Many of the state newspaper do
looking Ups require a lot of attention care. Lips
Nancy Voelker ding, Adams need to be properly cared for, so that they will look and feel pretty. Your an excellent job of assisting the patrol
Mrs. R.H. ,
lips are sensitive and need protection in both winter and summer months. with the traffic safety program
Nancy Voelker and sister of the Crawford's to Lip color comes In different forms: Tube Is used more often. Lip Pencil through their own excellent articles
Joan Chitty, Mrs. 25th -colors and defines at the same time. In Pots-applied with fingertips. and by printing the patrol news
Frank GenestTo Mrs. Mike Reddish.The rei.....
Lipsticks come in several different types, and coverage: cremes are
Wed April 4 hostesses Anniversary creamy and give maximum coverage. Frost give you good coverage The Safety Officers teach defensive
honoree with a well.
cup and Mrs.Nell"Billy"Crawford while at the same time adding a soft shine. Glosses are minumim in driving to Interested groups as
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Voelker of chosen china City will celebrate their 25th coverage and gives a see-through shine. work closely with schools In their
Melrose announce the engagementand the occasion. March bicycle: : and pedestrian safety pro
anniversary on 16 at 2
of their Up and draw line out to In addition to their safety
approaching marriage by repeating their wedding HOW TO APPLY LIP COLOR 1 upper grams.
daughter, Nancy Elizabeth, to Frank corner. Do the same on other education duties, the Safety Officers
Donald Genest, of Theressa, son of BIIS Class reception will be hosted by their 1. If feel It's apply side. Repeat this for the bottom handle routine patrol duties such as
Mr. and Mrs. Max D. Pateof Melrose. Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Neil a moisturizer you to necessary lips. Most lip so that the outer edges of the making arrest and investigatingtraffic
Miss Voelker is a 1974 graduate of mouth meet exactly. accidents and are Mr. and Mrs.
Donald L. lipsticks have moisturers and
Indiana University and is presently a At a meeting last Crawford ; 3. Saturate brush with color by hours day.
Ricky and Tim
using a separate one isn't
speech therapist with the Keystone BHS class of 1935 at the First it back and forth Colonel Beach concluded by saying
Assembly of
School System. by G.S. Brown n defining across desired shade. "We appreciate all of the help we
Church on US90 East, Lake City. 2. Start by the Upline with
Mr. Genest is a 1972 graduate of members it was and Mrs.Crawford .4. Fill in lips with color. have received during the past year,
,formerly of a pencil. Begin at the middle of'
the event to
Gainesville High School and is a self- married however,with over 2,600 peopleon dying
were on March 19
employed vinyl installer. ing at 6:30: p.m. at If you have any questions. and would like help or advice,or just to tell our highways each year we still
The couple plan to be married April Country Club friends and relatives are Invited us what you think of the column please feel free to write. Questions and need more help to lower this tragictoll
4 at the Friendship Bible Church In originally The committee set. in this happy occasion. answers will be published at random. All names will be withheld upon re of human live."

Keystone Heights. dresses of class quest. Write to: Debra Norman, Bradford County Telegraph, P.O.
Drawer A, Starke, Fl 1 32091.
residing out of state
Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook program of You Know............ Do you mod a hone ...........-
Local class "Art alone' supplies an enjoyment which require. no Int) oyttomT Farted for this form
Shower HonoreeMrs. responded if they appreciable effort, which costs no sacrifice and which chicken. knlnoM or truck .........
Mark Hardenbrook tend are asked to and Mrs. Nathan Ricks of St. we need not repay with repentance." Sell mar Com: cot youre from .... Office
Brown at 9644280 Mo. were last Wednesday to Shoo, 110 West Can M..Stork.
honored at a stork shower Monday
guests of Mrs. L.H. Gibson.
evening, March 3, given by Mrs. J.B. 533-2366 as soon as .
Bakken, Mrs. Gary Bakken, Mrs. Lee need to know how and Mrs. Charles Fields of

Hardenbrook, Mrs. Paul Faulknerand were Friday luncheon
Misses Susan Faulkner and Linda The Harold of Mrs. J.H. Fields.
Bakken at the home of the latter two Yawn.'t'r

at Faulkner Plaza. Host Anita Green of Fernandina
\ stork theme was carried out in Mr. and Mrs. spent last Wednesday with her
the decorations. The refreshmenttable tained at a dinner ,Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green.
was covered with a white lace night at the
cloth and centered by cake topped House for their Louie Bell Parks of Starke and
with a miniature stork. fiancee Peggy and Mrs. Morgan Mikell of San
Games were played by the 25 guests ple's wedding spent Friday to Tuesday of last
and prizes awarded those receivingthe The 30 guests in Atlanta visiting Mr. and Mrs. TG&
prizes gave them to the honoree. wedding party Parks and attended the wed
The hostesses presented the families were of their granddaughter, Miss .
honoree with a Porta-Crib 'as a table which held a Parks on Saturday.
memento of the occasion. and white mixed

The young couple Chitty, daughter of Mrs. America's Favorite
their attendants Chitty, and a member of the
Miss Catherine Lewis team at Florida School for the
in St. Augustine,participated in
Honored At ShowerMiss Did You Know., seventh annual National Invita-

Catherine Lewis, March 29 swim meet for visually han-
bride-elect of Terry Lee,was honoredat Mr. and Mrs. A.S. students In Louisville, Ky. Fabric Store !
a kitchen shower given recently by her mother, Mrs. 6-9.
Mrs. Randy Scoggins and Mrs. Paul Waycross over the '
Meng at the home of the latter on and Mrs. Walt Corliss of San ., :
Hampton Lake. Mrs. L.H. Ca. spent the weekend with
The refreshment table, covered daughter, Mrs. ,grandmother, Mrs. J.M. Bar-* .a., t'.' ;::1\;\" :."
with a white cutwork linen cloth,helda son Gene }" -\t&. ,,*,.& --
centerpiece of a silk flower arrange- over the weekend.Mr. .. : _
ment in the bride-elect's chosen col- J.M. Blackshear was weekend
ors. This was later presented as a giftto and Mrs. of Mrs. Use Griffis in Lake \ '..
Miss Lewis. The decorated cake Tallahassee were .
made by Mrs. Meng in double wedding Mr. and Mrs.
ring design was at one of the and Mrs. R.R. Turnipseed, Sr. Shop Us .,1
table,while the punch bowl was at the Mrs. A.D. were Tuesday overnight "y r see
opposite end. day after four of Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams :

The bride-elect was presented witha niece, Mrs. H.A. attended the funeral of Mrs. /fJ !'JOor
corsage of fresh carnations and Texas. Adams In Jacksonville Wednes-

measuring spoons and was arrangedby afternoon.
Mrs. Scoggins. Dr. and Mrs.
Guests included the bride-elect's daughters, .and Mrs. W.J.Frick spent Mar. labrica
mother, Mrs. Buddy Lewis and her Berlin, Germany 12 with her brother and sister-in- are
sisters, Mrs. Kenny Chitty and Mrs. weeks of Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reed in like urity
Mervin Jackson and daughter, : Miss. They were joined by J at else
heather parents Mr. and Mrs. Ora Reed We l"G4 .

The honoree was presented with a Ind. Prices think OUr
deep fryer slow cooker combinationas Mimi Scott of

hostesses.a memento of the occasion by the sity Psychology, Washington Major, are u le::r Uons"J./ FABRIC SHOPS

again this year at : .:' i uSpeed .."", Sans "'_ki Toy roMo tap.Only M*,!{.M..I
Altar Convocation. Mimi )..!.'r.i. .rA
Society a Trustees'
of her academic
ActivitiesMrs. the softening
up save 18''.
the 1978-79 school small on a.w 21% on
butter by inverting a
Claire Brunetti, president, heated pan over the bolts and bolts of popular "popim top notch mus ntoday's
presided at the meeting of St. Ed- Mrs. Lila Rae butter dish for a while.
ward's Altar Society held March in birthday dinner most 1.47\1&
the parish hall. Jimmy. Attending When you nod. copies' that oro soughtafferxfabrics 1.17Yd
Mrs. Antoinette Coss altar chairman Diane of ...... the
avorogo In quality T.. PupS 0... or au -
thanked Mrs. Mary Gissy and Caldwell and Betsy ....* to the Office Shop, 110 W. at I low raIcuS.i::: -ass. n.n.tw.1--A,.....eo.-I.. Uhs rasps
Mrs. Jan Powell for caring for the C.IISt. Sew C.M. low oIoo.yl 5.w..ryaunw non,
M Conan 44W M altars during February. Mrs. Shelly low prices! =choto tor ion toMKMnm. P.m.a....raw rasa...
Marchese and Mrs. Pat Welty have ..assn'HOT.UMM sat Mom.much.inoraf....l.re In hm yd.Uno nl..o t ab.on.dnr.wnprwty.n,ar1M' 44/45' =
saes sus
March.At volunteered. to do this work during Keystone Heights .seta rap. f..reI.

the suggestion of Mrs.Antoinette .
Stefanelli, International Affairs Lutheran Church Nvbby Linen ....... wlMlY4

Chairman, it was decided to hold a I $1 51 big ..........
bake sale on March 23 for the Cambo- SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS

dian Relief Fund. 6 P.M. I 2.7/Yd."
Members were encouraged to at- PeIyaeIor Daublana... Fabulaw. .s.otr.nt of the /. .\1&
tend the World Day of Prayer Services WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. moot s Doom-after firm and duraM fabric Yard ... N cusp M lauk grm an a ran _Lry Aw
on March 7 at the First ChrIs- Keystone Lions Club upon ootlane yard and of colors.wispy to 1OO ornate%. Pol new,..fashion... Choto tronda.satar of. b.dga aeb taw ......... _=...: neiYnOp":a POI'a ol H spar,,
tian Church. Keystone Heights Fla I WM. Full baits. arlau anaolla't.. ae", Fo/y..wr76w CoMMd eo.-
Plans were made to attend the Spr- p./y.ser I** bland.&O t"a.+rueL.mm..sarneMfar
Call .. one ... ...... .....
ing Meeting of the Gainesville 473-4177 9 !to 5 p.m. I ... e./.Asp:/ ::: -

Deanery scheduled for March 20 at 473-2007 After f 5pm .

Holy Family Church in Williston. 'I .- .
Mrs. Robbie Shaller reported on : .
visits to the sick and bereaved.
Mrs. Mary Gissy and Mrs. Dolores a "llllrUansI" t .l101 a petky.-- enteit earing end14onttwm
Meng were appointed as a nominating
committee to present a slate of officers 18% ....., to.w+191'' wl- --

at the April 1st meeting. srcos sass a.. __ 18%
Refreshments were served by the v..M crs ..r _.t w pal prb..
hostess, Mrs. Antoinette Coss. 97 .r.--a. : =:r
World Day of Prayer Yd. 'owaMOCaw _
a.n t Fw... Meer' teas Fms _
Members of St. Edward's Altar .ass rue 501w. ,...re4 a M _-....
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Society who Joined in the Ecumenical MMI tg ''' __1(_ __ -_ {
World Day of Prayer services held on rnny" _. .-. '_ ,
f4l8hlon8. .na.rM_ --.-
a we "...
March 7 at the First Christian Church .otl.18 '.
were: Mrs. Peggy Shaller, Mrs. % BSVhn5S. w IIt-.",. ,
Gladys Weldon, Mrs. Antoinette .an-= .omaqios,,.Law:.mom.. .
Stefanelli, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre. Mrs. ..... 1 A7 '1" ,
Kathy Pernini, Mrs. Anne Samons, t u. 'Y&
Mrs. Kay Richards and Mrs. Dolores "._re.e Con.1Ion Aol. 1T., \1L .
Meng. Mrs. Pernini led the Prayer of aid
Petition for the service.
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BM$. Q ge Stairs Got: to Show 'Their StuffThe Fair 2

Opens April I
Bradford Middle School basketball all stars pictured,
below got their chance la play a big game when they com-
peted against each other In the BM$all tar games Friday Postponed week because of the Union County schools. Some pig,a'
night.'March 7. schedule of Miss America, the 30th record number, are expected be
In the girls game the :"Red" team led by Vonda Kay annual Bradford County Fair, ex entered Into the swine show and sale.A .
Hall's six points won a close game over the Gold" 16-11. pected to be bigger and better than showmanship contest Is set. The:.'
I The "Red": boys also won running away from the Gold ever, Is set April 2-5. first place winner will receive 0 a,
43-25 as Jimmy Sewell hit for nine points. The fair will open Wednesday April trophy and $15 cash; second place
"The kids look forward to this game every year and the 2, with ribbon cutting ceremonies at winner will receive a $10 cash prize:<,
I overall effort and spirit 'was great" said BMS coach 11 a.m. Taking part will be the newly and third place$5.
I George Loper. "There's potential among both the girls and chosen I960 strawberry queen and The Bradford-Union .4-H and FFA
I boys teams for the future. 1979 strawberry queen Sarah Biggs,' Swine Sale Is set ,Thursday night,
"We do want to thank aU the people who helped out and now a student at Santa Fe Community April 3, at 7 p.m.
came out to support this annual activity.;; College, and some local officials and Miss America Cheryl PrewItt of
dignatartes. Ackerman, Mississippi, will visit the
Annual Rural-Urban Day fair Thursday, April 3, from 2-4 p.m.
Ceremonies In which members of the and from 7-9 p.m. Miss Prewitt is a
Starke Rotary Club begin work before 1979 graduate of Mississippi State
BMS Girls "Gold" Team.... .... .... ..... daylight) serve a University where she majored In
Circled clockwise from bottom left: Rosalynn Lennon chicken dinnerbegin Wednesdayat piano and voice music education.
Laytonja Tyson ,Mashell Brown. Pam Sams. Claire i +1 noon. Wednesday is also Senior The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
Winkler Kay Allen, Connie Carter Karen Klmutls. and W X4.r Citizens Day at the fair, In which all Steer Show Is set Friday, April 4, at
Kim Whitehead senior citizens are admitted free of 7:30: p.m. .
0 charge.Set Highlight, of the final day
Wednesday night at 7:30: Is the '(Saturday, April 5) will be the B-U
annual Bradford-Union Swine Show .4-H and FFA Steer Sale to begin at 7
open to qualified .4-H and FFA p.m.
members who attend Bradford or Advance price tickets for the midway

-----,--_._---- ._-- -- -- ., are still four for a dollar. Ride
tickets are available at the Chamber'
of Commerce office at Madison and
t, Walnut Streets in downtown Starke:
r Lawtey Council to Visit at Brooker and Hampton Elementary
available at Starke Elementary
:'t, '",. School Southside Elementary and
)' c. c New Sewer System Sitewhat Bradford Middle School. In Union
County tickets are available at at:
Union County High School.
Lawtey councilmen will explore a grants were available. Close to 100 booths will be set up at
new, cheaper sewer system after the The council Instructed City Clerk this year's fair.
council voted unanimously Monday, Lucille Shuford to contact Charles The Horticulture Division competition
March 3rd, to consider sending three Justice executive director of the Is open to all residents of Florida i
ti.L councilman down to Port SL LucIe of NCFRPC, to find out what grant In both the Youth and Adult Show:
Port Charlotte. monies are available for Lawtey. Classes. Entries wil be accepted Mon-
The council learned about the sewer day March 31, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
system the Suburbanaer special The council agreed to send copiesof and Wednesday, April 2, from 8 a.m.
meeting Feb. 20. A representativefrom the city's comprehensive land use to 9 a.m. Judging will take place from
General Development Utilities plan to the Florida Department of IHla.m.
presented a slide show explaining the Community Affairs,the NCFRPC and Home Division competition entries
Suburbanaer system which at first the Bradford County Zoning Board for will be accepted Monday, March 31, lt
estimate, would cost Lawtey study and review. from 1-6 p.m. and Tuesday, April 1, 4
Public hearings and final adoption from 8 a.m. to noon. Judging will take j
customers approximately" to 90 a
L ,iC / month.At dates were set for June 12 and 26 at place Tuesday afternoon. A best ,
I V I I4yR that meeting, council members 7:30 p.m. in the Bradford County overall winner will be chosen In addition -.b
P to other ribbon '
t Courthouse commission meetingroom. places.
expressed Interest in the system but
p + i's of the final .
noted they must have engineeringfirm The state mandates that each Highlight day.Saturday
an Aprils will be the 4-H and FFA Steer'
v. study the proposal. county and municipality have a land ,
e C. 4 SJl Council members unanimously use plan In operation by July 1. Sale beginning at 7 p.m. u
\l 41 M at the council meetingto
agreed regular
.V..n "'-,', -"' I. ,.. ,.J: ...... '(f.i_' "' "'i hire Ralph Eng engineer with

BMS Girls "Red" Team dimming. Lori Snow; 2nd NW, I. to r.. Michelle Harrell Sverdrup Parcel of Gainesville, to Brooker Marshal
study the sewer system. Eng had
Elizabeth Stltt, Nancy Grider, Tina Bowen. Stephanie
Front I'Gw.l: U ri! ,Vonda Kay Hall Annette Lee, Myra ,Thornton. prepared the previous sewer system I
study, but the council turned the proposal
He's Been
million Denies Drinking
H' Mf a down saying the $1.5
system was too expensive for the 125
I'o customers.In patrol car In the ditch aroused the him they should run for the Job."
curiousity of Brooker council Hamilton noted that since Miller is
; 4 other action: members at their regular Tuesday elected he can only be removed from
night meeting. office by the governor.
r The Law Enforcement Assistance Town Marshal Jerry Miller's patrolcar Miller was also defended by Councilman
,; Administration has bypassed Lawtey was discovered in a ditch the mor- C.J. Stalnaker, who said,
Police Chief M.M. Jordan told the ning of March 2 and apparently "I've seen Miller drive in and out with
council. He said funds for a walkie- several residents complained to radar aNate hours and he Is doing a
talkie were not received from LEAA; Councilman Gene Melvin saying the good job"
+fary Md "We did request a walkie-talkie.We marshal had been drunk.
r .r?.. never got nothing. I can't see the city "I've received some complaints In other business, the council:
A of Starke and the Bradford County about this," said Melvin.
4 I Sheriff's office getting everything and Miller declined to comment on the. Approved ,a resolution to' send
I Lawtey getting nothing. We got beat Incident.aaylng."It might jeopardize, copies of,the Comprehensive Land rUse
." r LxR ay out of a walkie-talkie and radio equipment my personal reputation and my Plan to state and regional officials -
{ ," Jordan said adding that the career in law enforcement. I haven t for their review and approval.
representative for the North Central done anything immoral or illegal." Tabled a request by the Brooker
: Florida Regional Planning Council "If I haven't been doing my Job. Volunteer Fire Department for$1,297for
i'' (NCFRPC) ,never came to explain then I will resign. I feel like I'm doing fire equipment.
my best job," Miller added. 'Approved a partial payment of
Councilman Steve Nipper said he $11,685 to Sverdrup & Parcels of
....more on had never seen Miller drunk and Gainesville, for construction of a new
doesn't know If the marshal even water tank.Construction.
Amendments drinks. "Miller probably pulled off on the tank is ex-
the road to turn around and because pected to begin next week. City At-
of the road conditions (rain and snow) torney J.J. Wolbert pointed out.
BMS from P. 1......
"Gold" Team Howard Mike Gerald Jason
Boys Starling. Cbappell. Pdtaway. "
wound up In the ditch, Nipper said Approved $100 to be used by the
Front row, left to right! George Crews. Kirby Smith. Polk; 3rd row, Mantella Moore, Ricky Gainey and Tony dleton, 108; Luclle Green Mayor Blake Hamilton came to Brooker Girl's softball team for an
Timmy Tyson Darren Chandler Robert Carver. Kenny Hill.Absent (Incumbent) 143. Miller's defense saying "I think he's entry fee in the Union County softball
Holmes, Mike 'oIvlll; lad row. I. U r., Richard Bra. el1. from picture Kenny Hill and Mike Flynn. Precinct 8 (man): Roman Alvarez, doing one helluva fine Job. If these league. An additional $250 was ap-

"" ." 'I'" 1a 53! Arthur Schulx; (incumbent) 39. people who complained don't like proved for the team.
Precinct 8 (woman): Betty Jo
t r : Alvarez, 58; Annie L. Shuls:
(Incumbent) 33. ...more on Drugs from P. 1.... .
"0'8--.1:: Precinct 9 (woman): Mary Peter- ,
: son, 79; Anne Godwin (incumbent) to the residence of Larry Crawford in receiving, packaging, repackaging,
200.Precinct Woodbine Ga. The Information selling distributing and using narcotic .
I ... 13 (man): Richard Crane, 'charges Jackson with extortion. drugs and controlled
85; Guy Andrews(Incumbent) 143. Crawford Is not among the 18 chargedIn substances. This count involves 58
Precinct 14 (man): Don Hallgren, the racketeering case. sections of the RICO laws.
44 Carl L. Johns (incumbent) 106. The Information says that last October Other information released by
Precinct 14 (woman):. Brenda ( 8, Jackson and his wife tried to Whitley states that last Nov. 4 Gene
Hallgren, 33; Violet Crosby ,extort $5,000 from Crawford for 147 Ray Parrish and Jackson conspired
(Incumbent) 118. pounds of marijuana lost in Wood- to intimidate another person into sell'
bine. ing or delivering 200 pounds of mari
School Revenue The Information points out that juana. Jackson and Parrish were *
"Assured" Jackson and a co-defendant not yet charged last Nov. 4 with possession,
1. w1if..folt Although the exemption amend- arrested "maliciously threatened to sale and delivery of 80 pounds of
ment will mean a 1230 million loss in Injure and received $3,750," from mariJuana. '
local tax revenue for Florida schools,' Crawford in partial payment for the More arrests will be announced as
Gov.Bob Brown a strong advocate of loss of the 147 pounds of marijuana.The the persons are taken into custody.
the measure, said that money to state does not reveal how the
replace this shortage has already marijuana was lost.
n been appropriated by the state Racketeers have been In business
legislature. for 2.3 years. Police agencies In
Graham argued that the Increased Alachua. Bradford, and Levy counties -
: ... exemption would help shift the plus the Florida Department of "If you watch a game, it's
Law fUll If play It. Its
burden of school funding from the Enforcement have had the case you
under Investigation since last recreation. If you work at
local school board and place it on the May. "
state government. This would mean a In count one of the Information, all it. If golf. Bob Hope
r more equitable of fund 18 persons named are charged with

to the county school systems,Graham
BMS Boys "Red"TeamFront said. :

row. left to rights Frank Long Charles Pelham
John David Fraacls,Tony.Dlggs.. Robert Spllie; 2nd row I,,
to r;.Jimmy Hankersoa. Erie Crawford Kevin Kehoe.
y Wade Pelham, preg Chambers; back row, I. to r., Brad
Russell Wayne Crlbbs. Kenny DeWltt. Reggie Morris
Dennis Dunlap, Rodney iUlledge. and Joey Lloyd.

Absent from picture Lafayette Chandler and Jimmy' ...:0,,.0 I'I'IG Y''NOT 4

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Brad wd Sqiur,!Ahopelng C.ntryfesh. Jn ''TG& 's March 9 ;Circular,, a itemized anoomer receipt O lockrd-trt cfcttrt aide lap
DajtomaocUx and change O other standard: features lo
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'.Alterations' ,tised at 2.88 and the Chair ?I .M foray O fee control totals

This W.gk. Special.. .. Cushion advertised at 4.88 are '... ", Check Out Victor: :The Money Managers.
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*from Mrs,urawronrs third grade This week'* Superstar .*rt| Hall \ : Offers FreeGenealogical ::.19
:Language/ Arts Class: The following Davis, Penny Hsilh, Elaine Cox, : ." : ,Seminar'A;
students made 100 on their spelling Kevin Blankenshlp Alonm Ty on.
test this week (the words are Retting From Mr*. Tetatone'dam: Mr*. Are you Interested In tracing your ..rl..'1
harder each week): Ryan Moore, Tetstone I* very proud of thee well ""some be kin to
Selena 'Norman, Audra Brantley, behaved students: Ababa Manning people ay we may ;
Julianne Jackson, Renee Thomas.The Richard Smith, Sean Supeky, Kenny apes or even the one-celled amoeba. ;11 1:'
Fifth Grades studying DeSue, Scott Allen, Monique Banks Discover who's human In your
". i Heath how to search for
tree, a
( the Berkley Program.This Tiffany Clark Tara DeSue Sue family
Wong free seminar, .
\t ;. program is designed to give Hankerson, Jenny William Nlta your ancestors at a
,I. I ii'1i-1f""; ,1 students a better awareness of their Melecio, Rachael Tyson, Vickie American Genealogical Sources at u'
'i'', .."' bodies and how the different body McFarlane, Lesley Padgett and the Bradford County Public Library
March 18 from 7 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
system work together. There Aliaha Manning. on
:' particular ,
emphasis on the Respiratory The newest beginner and mostexperienced -
System. We are finding out some of professional will find this
if' Rev.James E. Woods valuable. First-hand ..'
. the effects such things as pollution, presentation
disease and smoking can have on the Sacred Music ConcertTo knowledge of records which exist in
respiratory system. Group drawings Revival Services Set 'various states and the Identificationof
life-size of some of the body Be at First BaptistOn little-known genealogical sources : "
..;: systems have been on display In the At Bethel BaptistBethel ,will be presented.. ,
school cafeteria this past month, each Wednesday night, March 1','at Baptist Church revival services Curt and Wilma Jones,professionalgenealogists :.
class having the opportunity to have 7:30: p.m., Dr. Clint Nichols will present will begin Sunday morning, and lecturers,will be the ,,
their work dislayed for a week at a a concert at First Baptist March 23, 11 a.m., and continue have speakers. Mr. and Mrs. Jones ..
time.In Church,Starke.This will be a concertof through March 28, with services more than 18 years experience ,
Social Studies the Fifth Grades sacred music of varied styles and beginning each night at 7:30 p.m. as genealogists and have personally .
lave been studying the history of our representative of several periods of The evangelist will be Rev. James visited the major genealogical record .. ','
country, running from earliest times musical history.Dr. E. Woods of Brunswick, Georgia. centers In most states and : :
up till today Presently we are moving Nichols received his education Special singing will be held each washlngtoni D.C.The speaker will of- t' .. I
from the end of the Frontier into at New Orleans Baptist Theological night,Bro. Ricky Lee,director.There e' various genealogical : :. .:
-, the people's move to the cities. In Seminary and Florida State University. will be great preaching, great publications forms and supplies for -' '
working with this unit, we are also He received the Master of Church fellowship and dinner on the grounds the convenience of those in atten- ; : .
Want to know who these Gong Show participants, are?! Go to BHS Friday at the end of the talk. : .
learning to summarize a selection. Music degree from the seminary anda Sunday March 23. Nursery will beprovided dance -' '
for fun and
night laughter galore.Countywide This skill can enable students to state doctorate in musical performance nightly. For more information call 9644400 :,:
clearly what they have read and from FSU. Dr.. Nichols currently Rev. Ray Teston, pastor and or visit the public library on 105 E. "' .
ShowAt hopefully remember it better. serves as chairman of the music division members invite everyone, to attend. Jackson in Starke. :. : :.;
Gong Parents,your children may be bring at the New Orleans Seminary. He .
ing home papers utilizing skill, has served several churches as --- .
along with their Social Studiesthis books. Minister of Music and has sung at St Edwards Church HaltBINGO
BHS This Friday NightThe From Miss Cindy Cissy's Room: religious gatherings and conventions '
February Math Superstars had a party all over the United States. He bas also
on Friday, Feb. 29 as a reward for sung in the opera at New York City. : <

Bradford School Annual available at Starke, Southside their good behavior and hard work. The First Baptist Church welcomes .. '
1:00 : _
Staff presents the Gong Show at the Elementary schools and Bradford They enjoyed making popcorn, kool- everyone to come hear one of the Every Saturday ,
High School Auditorium when the fun High School. Students and adult ad- aid and had a break from their Math finest musical events ever held in 411 N Temple Ave Starke. Fia.
begins at 7:30 this Friday night. vance sale tickets are priced at one work that day. Starke.
dollar each. Children age 3 through .
Students from Bradford County 12, fifty cents each. J -- -,
Elementary Schools, Bradford Middle Tickets at the door on Friday night
Schooland high school studentswill will be $1.25 for students and adults
be competing for trophies, cash and 75-cents for children. i I
and businesses.merchandise from local Don't the miss Bradford this exciting High Gong School Showat with the lowest Prices & top quality'

Advance sale tickets are still Auditorium this Friday night at 7:30. "

First Methodist Sets Spec cial Services ', ;aUr.1G(: T"J.:! ; : :' :'.P Y'Rf:91r;: : :'frl i '1 I

',fnEE! .. ;' ", l :
There will be a Preaching Mission

United starting Methodist this Sunday Church at and the will First last I BAR & Q UE I I'SWIFT I'I t DUTCH I I II

through Friday, Mar. 21, with Dr. C.
Durward McDonell of the Cason SAUCE J CHILI j COUNTRYMUSHROOMS e 5 s
Methodist Church of Delray Beach a I I
presenting the message at each ser- 180z BTL WITH
vice. 11' I ;' i
Services will be held this Sunday SfEMS* PIECES'
morning at 11 and each evening Sun- I S'f tf' I I BEANS I I 4oCAN I t j
day through Friday nights at 7:30 1 FIl h1, ISoiCAN
t I I I I ...R.402' I $

p.m.A special reception will be held F1155 I _.__n'_.".R.__ .4GO... I I _..__ J.R.401 I I .. I .
r a3r811iL'C. c Tix. r'i".r'iu7o! 'Fil.m w T caul.uw'w.i nu ,
after this Sunday's morning service.A = ucx co.a.wxMAr w, :r'1 ;' bw .. :
.....MMI _-.ua--. toao .w o.:w'K '.,w'Ara :: !.
family night covered dish supper I I .1 I= ,
---ssss ris -4-- -0 O-slrD sill
will be held prior to the Wednesday .. --
evening service ate pm. A men's rTFt
prayer breakfast will be held at the tee. Trustee of Florida United CHECK THESE VALUES
Garden Restaurant at 6:30 a.m. Methodist Children's Home, Chairman MNr.. _
S s s s M '
Thursday. of Conference Advisory Councilon 1 O Corn Flakes..59'
Song leaders will be Jim Ritch and jurisdictional affairs, .
George Huggins. Special music will member of Southeastern Advisory lwl0.KraftDressing .
be presented Durward and Laura :-.. 50t
by Council on Jurisdictional Affairs ..//1,.. ,_ .
McDonell, Marie Polk, Patty Mullms Reserve delegate in 1984 General Con
and the chancel choir will perform at ference. Presently a member of Con cr: Chu m gCli iMeins169'

the Sunday and Wedresday services. ference Board of Pensions and 100 COUNT GIANT ROLL '.IWHTNIOl* _. "
Pianists will be Verna Schmidt and Florida Conference Board of Dold Dutch /$
Ada Reddish, with the organist Inez Trustees.Dr. Dressing 1.

Green.Dr. McDonell is a native of High Inverness. McDonell, Wesley has served Community pastoratesin and $ Mvi r-L atoce'snHersheySyrup. .*1".' tf

Springs.He graduated from High Spr- Centenary in Gainesville; Trinity .. .
ings High School in 1934. He receiveda Jac-sonville, First Church, New s, nlAVHrMMCAN Field Peas.. '. 3/$1, :
Bachelor of Science degree from the Smyrna Beach; First Church, Vero ) {
University of Florida in 1940. Dr. Beach; District Superintendent, D Kidneyleans..3/: s1 '
McDonell received a Bachelor of Tampa District; First Church, _
Divinity degree from the Candler Miami; District Superintendent,
School of Theology Emory University Gainesville District; Cason Church, SAVE .20' :SAVE 10' D Kidd Marshmallows 3$1
in 1943. He now holds a Master of Delray Beach, where he is now serving uvt ii..y wXlMMiTIOVAJMTn ,
Divinity degree from Emory. He D Quaker Instant itS. .2/1
received specialized training in He is a member of the Sigma Chi **B v,MK unrrmrvlm rw wim*
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pastoral care at Sheppard-Pratt and Sigma Delta Chi fraternities, D Grapefruit; Drinks 59* O Reaiemon l Juice. 69* .0 Sunshine> Saltines. .59*
Hospital, Towson,Maryland, and was Delray Beach Kiwanis Club. .
awarded an honorary Doctor of ..va, ,_
Divinity degree by Florida Southern D IIEINZ STEAK SAUCE.. 29 Dylaslc'Dills . . 79 D Cracker Jacks. . 7/89

College.He has. served as District Mis- D DelmonteCorn.51: D Pajfniolive Detergent.99 *D Soup MV 141. AfcovnD Starters ftAVOM . 99rMvi ;:

sionary Secretary, District Secretaryof ir.IM nc. .
Evangelism,vice-chairman of con- o Sunshine Cheez-its. .59 DsnoBol Cleaner. .59* P Fab .
ference board of missions, chairmanof IJIIf BassMasters MN......,MMNmmi Mvi" tr*...CAM..V"l"" Detergent $3.09

conference Urban Work Commit- '1 D Mayonnaise. . 99, 0 DOg Food(iiENNv PEN).. . 5/'l/ ,0 Crisco_on. Oil. . 1.41. = ::

; O. PilfsburyCakeMix .69. 0 Wafffe syrup. '. . 79* '?.D CriscoShortening..52.35 uu I.t." !
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Multiple Sclerosis By Neil Crawford D Fyne Napkins. .99. 0 slssM"TsSii: Cocoa. 99* 0. '" "'eo i) ;LleStuff. $1.25 :

rANTinrtx>t '''-, ,
Chapter to Hold Bradford Bassmasters held their Z9 T
Monthly MeetingThe February tournament on Sampsonand DiAvttr-l Cocoa Mix .. $1 D Qua1erQuickGrits..89 DOreoCreme.. $1.25 ''
Rowell Lakes.
monthly meeting of the Univer- The weather in the early part of the .rJ"
sity Chapter of the National Multiple day wasn't bad but by 2 p.m. it got "
Sclerosis Society (which Includes awful nasty. .. .....;;,,::;,
Bradford County) will be held in January and February are always 1a
Gainesville Saturday, March 15, at 2 'nasty,you can't expect the weather to .,.,-
Hospital the North Florida Regional cooperate during those two months.At tso:aw s uNrr 4llos JAR sO' ls..GN ."'
in the Cardiac Rehab Center 3:30: p.m. all boats gathered at
just east of the hospital which is the railroad trestle for the weigh-in.
located on West University Avenue After all Bassmasters weighed j "'
across from the Oaks Mall. their catch,Edwin Johns was the win- iLORBAVE .....A
The program will feature singing ner. Edwin also landed the largest r9 SAVl: 14' BAVE se eAV61a .;. i it
by the 'Sweet Adelines" and talks by bass for the day.
Mr. Clyde Gentry, Social Security Doug Gray placed second.In behalfof ;
specialist in Total Disability and a the club, I would like to congratulate -
representative from Blue Cross-Blue these two Bassmasters for
Shield who will discuss Medicare. All hanging in there. iJFB: 1 i1IUii 1!
interested persons are invited. The March tournament will be .
Saturday, March 15, at Rodman. -,.-...
I understand W.T. Smith has founda PANTRY HOMESTYLE
warm spot in Rodman, says be sure ::
landed nice bass Saturday ICE COKE SPRITE+
some '" 'I j
March 1.Rodman. COIJNTRYSQUIRE J I Cystic Fibrosis has been very low, but the 0 TAB or
Corps are bringing it back.up, it CREAM '
Bike-A-Thon Set should be at its' peak about 1S-18 GRAPE : ) !

The second annual bike-a-tlion March. 41\ % SODA :
for Bass Rodmanarea f1
are bedding In the
cystic fibrosis. is set for March 22 star- also St. Johns River. Mr. Ed Jj a" 3.f I 2 99 f 5
at 9
ting a.m.Sponsored
by the Kiwanis Club, the Torode landed some was telling fine bass me at that Rodman he had, GAU..ON LOAVtS' LnER S "
bike-a-thon hopes to raise about a E'a: :
one pounder. ....
$1,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Founda The Military Bass Angler Association PANTRY PRIDE cloverleafR, 2ls89. G
tion.Bikers held an Open Tournament Satur- ORANGE CARPET'
will begin their two mile March and AVE 90* 16o. 99
day, 1 at Orange SCENT '
course at Southside Elementary Lochloosa Lake \' JUICE' PARTYFLAKE : I
School and will return to the 2 p Pka.89 e .
Earl Muse and Donnie Evan ROLLS ...: :
Southside check after each : : PANTRY PRIDE '
point lap.
entered this tournament. When the a j
On completion of the course, bikers fish $AValr. 3 $ MVttVGriffen' : h:; l
were weighed. Earl and Donnie Pie. 99ASSORTED"64 eTl.- C i
will be given their pledge forms back, walked away with the top money and FROZEN FOR APple IU'
and will be required to collect .all .oli :
pledges.The prizes.. PANTRY PRIDE "-...lw'--- :ffj 1
Earl also landed the largest bass ,
collections will be turned In at for the day. Congratulations to the** COFFEE LIGHTENER Honey Buns. : ...... .-89 t ::: .
Southside during the awards tI
two hard-nosed fishermen. .
ceremony at 10 a,m.April S The rider If this rain continues launch : ..... ..- 18 oz.' .
who turns in the most pledges will win. a boat most any place. we can ::b s3F; 6"c: OympicMeaIBread..69.( Ag 'SAVE 8 3/. 00. j :IP i

the grand prize. And all riders collec- Mr. R.F. Bryant and grandson Foa. ,
ting $25 or more in pledges i'will "
Brett Smith landed a fine string of ,
receive a Cystic Fibrosis'T-shirt, ;ban last week while fishing Sampson.

984-6313.For more Information,:,please call'. .pounder.Mr. /fUI',, said be landed' an .*> I t,



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_ IMMUNITY NEWS '_ _-'swa as_I'I- ... ....._ Girl Scout Newsby I__..... I II ... .

tist Church: Monday night Senior Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Won son sold 123 boxes and last but by no
Elisabeth Walker phone' Girl Scouts: Girl Scouts troop 684 Choir rehearses. Tuesday night of ship 11 a.m. Federation of Choirs will Carolyn Eaves means least Senior Troop 669 Joyce
i cooked donuts last Tuesday. We are each week 7:30: Prayer, Meeting. present at 3 p.m. phone WM-58K Walnwrlght sold 461 boxes to be the
pj News The Bradford-Union i grateful to Mrs. Thomas, the motherof Wednesday all Circles meet. McKays, Bradford County Branch NAACP How exciting to belong to an' HIGHEST for the Neighborhood.
Vocational Technical Center Is a Tammy Thomas and Mrs. Harris, Circle will meet at Mrs. Leola McCuti will meet Monday Mar. 17. in the annex organization which brings together Thanks to these scouts and to all
If the Bradford County Public the mother of Cindy Harris for helpIng chen. Blye's Circle will meet at Ms. of Greater Allen Chapel AME people with a wide range of scouts who did a good deed for their
i system In Starke. with the donuts. All girls present Jennie Sewel's. Lee's Circle will meet Church 7 p.m. Plans are In the mak- backgrounds and experiences from troop and their council.
IVo-Tech Center provides ocJbnal enjoyed. the activity. at the Bradford County' Hospital.. ing for the Spring Banquet. all parts of the country In a national It has been our goal the past few
education for those per- we are asking other'mothers to Thursday Story Hour at the church Dell Chapter 1(8 OES. The and ,International family that shares years to have leaders we felt were
|ho plan to enter the world of volunteer your services. 7:30.: Friday the pastor and congregation -. members of Dell Chapter 168 OES will common goals for girls. Over forty knowledgeable and trained for camp-
I The philosophy Is that every CHURCH NEWS will motor to Macclenny to con meet with Deputy Smith Saturday million girls and adults have ing. was
I citizen should have the opper- Pleasant Grove United Methodist: duct service at St. James Baptist Mar. 29,4 p.m. In the Masonic Hall on registered with Girl Scouts since step Thisdirection with eight oflau
4 to become a useful citizen with Sunday School 10 a.m. Lovefeant 3 Church 7:30. Saturday 5 p.m. Easter Brownlee Street. All members are Juliette Gordon Low started the first leaders participating In the Leaders
Tence and vocational security. p.m. All members are Invited to attend rehearsal 8 p.m. the Senior Choir will asked to be present. troop in 1912. Today Girl Scouting Is Basic Camp Course overnight at
\the belief of the staff that the all services.Mt. go to Gainesville to sing. Sunday the largest voluntary organization for Camp Chowenwaw.We know they en-
Jt is the best institution In the Morlah United Methodist School 930. Morning Worship 11 a.m. SFCC Diagnostic girls and women In the free world. Joyed the experience and we do ap-
unity and that it should provide Church: Sunday School 9:30.: Morning Dinner 12:30.: Tiny Tot rehearse at 4 Congratulations and Happy Birthday preciate their Interest. They learneda
"- in every way possible to the Worship 11 a.m. The United p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Testing Mar. 25 At BUS Mt.r. 12.Cadette. lot and the weather was most
'ua1, public and agencies. Methodist women will meet Monday Calvary Baptist Church: 'Prayer Troop 520 celebrated this cooperative. Thank you to those who
one can receive an education. Meeting each Thursday night 730.: All students planning to attend San- week with a party for Girl Scouts and attended: Judy Dukes Cindy Zurfluh,
i no age limit. If one has the p.m.Church of God in Christ: Tuesday Sunday School 10 a.m.Preaching Ser- ta Fe Community College for the first Patty Mullins whose birthday Is Mar. Diane Tierny Monterey Wasdin.Donna -
Jon. Basic Adult classes are Bible Band 7 p.m.- Friday Tarrying vice 5 p.m. each first and third Sun time this summer or fall should take 13. They also enjoyed games about Shafer, Andy. Garcia Clarice
t Monday and Wednesday Service 7:30.: Sunday School 930.: the required Diagnostic Tests to be Girl Scouting with their cake Ice Stephens and Laurie Mullins.
and Tuesday and Thursday Morning Worship 11:30.: Missionarieswill day.Church of God of Pr administered here on Tuesday cream and punch. Thanks to Gwen Senior Troop presented a hand
I In various centers in the coun- conduct service. YPWW 5:30.: School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 March 25 at 9:30: a.m. at BradforcHigh Gray for the luscious cake. puppet show for the Special Olympics
Mt. Zion AME Church: There will a.m. Evening Worship 7:30. School. Congratulations to the top cookie last Wednesday. Thank you to Pam
taught are Adult Educa- be a Friendship Service Mar. 14730.: Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:i These tests help the student determine sellers from each troop: Cadette Pratt Dawn Schoening, Joyce Wainwright -
Vir Conditioning and Refrigera- .All members are asked to cooperate. The Young Adult Choir will sell dinners what English and Math coursesto Troop 520 Julee Wise sold 230 boxes; and former scout Cana
Auto Mechanics Bookkeeping, New Bethel Baptist Church: Sunday Saturday beginning at 12 noon. take, and the results do not affect Junior Troop 605 Lynn Barber sold 212 Schmidt for the performance of Boy
Construction School Sunday 10 a.m. Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Lovefeast Ser admission to the college,according to boxes Junior Troop 614 Kim Thomp- Meets Girl.
n. Cooking and Baking Comm.e services next Sunday. Mar. 14 the vice 11 a.m. Stewardess Board No. 3 Bernie McFadden, SFCC Starke

Driving Cosmetology Draf- pastor and congregation will conduct serving.. Coordinator.The Conservation Comments. II
Iectronlcs Technology Farm service in Lawtey at Philadelphia Revival will begin Monday. Mar. tests are short and self scoring
irative', Guidance Counselor Baptist, Rev. Mayberry. pastor. All 17,for the Fellowship Churches.All 'which gives the student immediate
will be
landowner In the
feedback as to his level of academic by Bern Smith every county
Equipment Maint., Heavy members are asked to cooperate. Choir members of the Fellowship of "
men( Operator, Horticulture American Legion Post 314 will be Churches will Join the choir each ability or readiness. They help the Soil ConservationistRCA. affected by the outcome.
I Coordinator IMTS Laboratory held Tuesday Apr. 8 in the annex of night to sing. A combined choir each student and his academic advisor Last week my entire article To Inform Bradford County citizens
schedule the best for the first was devoted to the Resources Conser- about RCA, the Bradford SWCD will
New Bethel All
iry Occupational Specialist Baptist Church 7:30.: night. Pleasant Grove Choir will sing
alldup. semester In college.Dr. vation Act. I described basically what sponsor a public meeting on MondayMar.
Professional Placement members are asked to be present.. with the Friday night. Thecooperation BradforilCounty
RCA Is and what the U.S.Departmentof 17, at 8 In the
Radio and TV service First Born Church of The Living of all members is neededfor McFadden pointed out that
etarial Truck and Bus God: Tuesday 7:30 Bible success. those who take the tests here in Agriculture is asking from you. Agricultural Center on US-301
Sunday Starke do not have to keep any appointments This week I want to emphasize the Im- north In Starke. The District'ssecretarytreasurer
nice, Voc. Office Education day 7:30: Tarrying Service. Free Canaan True Church of God In Alvarez
gelding. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship Ban. ordinarily required to portance of this Act. Greg
Unity: Monday Prayer Tuesday
ents from Canada have enroll- 11:30. Evening Worship 7:30.: Choir rehearses. Wednesday Tarrying take the tests at the main SFCC Cam- JIm Faulkner, chairman of the invites you to attend meet'your
Conservation learn about RCA. and get
Bradford Soil and Water friends
In Gainesville.
e i Vehicle Driving courses. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap Service. Friday church service. pus letUSDA
District Board says "It Is Im- your thoughts down on paper to
portant that the citizens of Bradford know how the citizens. of Brad-
County be informed about the ford County feel.Remember .
,,/, Resources Conservation Act." He the deadline for your In-
urges all citizens to make their feel .put is Mar.28. To find out more about
ings about the USDA proposals, this important Act feel free to stop by
roods. known to the Department of the SCS or ASCS office In the Ag
.. Agriculture "because eventually Center or contact me at 964-6280.


1VS'VE Saturday.March IS. District Band Ion to attend every aay. ;Students:
yoU ti Concert. Students will be leaving should go to bed early in order to get
ISOFTWEVE BMS by bus Saturday morning at the proper rest needed to do their
I W11AT 7:15. best. Results of the CTBS will be
Tuesday March 18 PTO meeting available to parents as soon as we
receive them. We hope to receive
I 7:30: p.m. in the BMS gym. Installation
AjqT them by early May. The test coordinators
1I' of new Beta Club members will ,
I VI be conducted. for 1980 are Mrs. Deena
TISSUE ALL ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD THURS., Friday, March 21. Planning Day Petrella.and Mrs. JoAnn Brierton.
MARCH 13 THRU WED, MARCH 19.1MO.QUANTITY and holiday for students.
2 ROLL PK. RIGHTS RESERVED. Vegetable GardeningAnd
I March 26-28 Spring
WHITE.ASSORTED OR Break! I Food Preservation
ASSORTED PRINTS I :J "jillIU 1 CASHia.lSAVE3SCASHE: iil,..20'1 1J.R.403 OFF, 651 1. I We are very happy to welcome Mrs. Seminar Planned

I ni s e volunteer. Mrs. Smith will be The Bradford Co. Cooperative Extension
',.::"".>vftti'isa:: ..:.!'r"iV7.r.. .::J M.ivsuss i.lullmil,siVuS .. I !.CWJMT OVCMMClHfwrmtMttcoii'DIAPERS, I ': COFFEE wmI: :* : .' i w.COFFEE Aoma<< wusf coijNM |. i J Ln Mvrim DIAPERS on M. t*" *",*..."0**..* assisting in the library two days a Service wil present a two hour

__ __ _I L___OflOO__THUD__wl_D_M'_._,_. _.-____I L___._""""__.._,."_CANSir___. L__ OOtOYKKl YOU *v u wtl n wm".'im __J L__ :J2ttBV./iw2VnjnSL_ SisiMiMMMsisMIECK _J week. She Joins Mrs. Karen Waters, seminar on how to grow and store
another outstanding volunteer, who your own vegetables. Bobby L.
helps one day a week in the library Taylor Co. Extension Director will
THESE VALUES and one day In our Special Education discuss how to start cultivate and
harvest vegetable garden.
program. a family
M"'l' A,..CNINCUT h Report cards for the fourth six Questions will be welcome related to
Steak. .(.0269 weeks went home Friday, March 7. vegetable gardening.Once .

MVI IT*I' >I''HAM .. .. P Fifth six weeks report cards will be you harvest the crop you will
Chuck Roast. ???..LB$-1 69- sent home Tuesday April 24. Theo need to know how to use or store the
.., M.. naI-. weeks report cards will be' produce. Ms. Alicia M. Homrich Extension ,
SAVE 3r.A.MMUUSStewingBeef .Tr.ATIC/li> mailed home this During the Home Economics Agent will
'!:.ails: 1' a RlAr year.
,. f iDJIi; ; if"IA..A..O. .coaneQ seer.cwsswaa last six weeks grading period parents demonstrate safe and proper techniques
...l Eb MMMr .. will be asked to send the school a self- for canning and freezing
Ground Beef. .? .L0158M"WAu addressed, stamped envelope., vegetables. Information will also be
Test of Basic Skills available using the garden fresh
Comprehensive on
Smoked Slab Baconfu79uviiri $ B' ., 8' (CTBS) will be given to all BMS vegetables.
[Students March 1720. These tests Select the time and location convenient -
1r ALL*n I ui" H I
.LB89. will include math communicationskills to you: t
Smoked Picnics. social studies, and science. TUESDAY,MARCH 18, 10 a.m.and
MVI w.IUMG, .*nu LBP These tests are very important they 7:30 p.m., Agriculture Auditorium I
t.J Fried Fish Sticks . $219 LB will help us see how much the child is Starke. I
M"M A l.flAIH niOZIN GREEN CABBAGEA 10'MVEW.225."aWEMnaID learning and the results may affect WEDNESDAY. MARCH 26. 10
Ocean Perch FilletS.18$119 SAVE $1.00 A.LB whether or not the student can be promoted a.m., Community Center, Brooker.
from one grade to another for This program is free and open to
f J i Fish Portions. $299 the school term 8081. During this all regardless of race color sex ornational
Booth's" : MFranksorBoI'ogna..59 f week students should make every ef- origin. I

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o MVI g tab Spreacl. 88* Meat Bologna i . : ThickSlicedBacon.$1 FERTI tllfi
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CottageCheese . { / .Sato
i vi noiwato i> $ 0 Sliced"Imported fANTHV moi Ham ? $178DiAviir.itoiKC.HJM 0 SlicedOlD 'n r.-WT-r.- $1 '.'
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,,1 American : Omitc.MUTc WE, wviMiHooocMMMiiiMuorutiiu.
o w ,ioio. mc Margarine..59* Franks. $168 D Orange Juice. ,HAlJ.t"99.. Lawn ,

[ Whipped' ;i; __ D] PRIMAL CUT BEEF SALE f 0| '
Food 0Pd1"h2kft
M"sr iup G.rANnivniBf HH Hyg'rade Fresh Sausage78 OINTlPROAST" :SIS Lst21 .

o Cream Cheese. . 68 My 3...,.............. BONELESS BEEF Specially,manufactured for r at!

DS LotsofChicken HIAST qUAHtltl MtCU-1 cw0O1m;J ucouAMnD:: ": 59.1 0 Dinner Franks..d. $138 CHUCK ROLLS >w? LB-Ia Florida grass' .

18-4-8 plus (Iron WMl minor.lm.nto to(..lv*

that deep gra.n color to Flow soN+*'.wHh.

12% high cone/ ntnt* sulfur.act. .. "

ESAPKG "'-* .i...it, t r ..f '7" ,85._:
$ --, -Imp 06 SAW...... "
7 C 5 TO 6 9 ..

LB. .7SAME LB LBS Stop Lawn l lAs .... ':

SAVE 50' SAVE 90'ALB SAVE 30 A LB VE 30' A LB 'ana. '
SO-ALB 1:1 You Peed Y6'vr .. '

'I U Now In one easy applialaoa 6W ::, : }

F.*4 your lawn end at the..me Um*gtt rid'

Beauty Jims "mn of lns cta.Ihat ar* trylnfl to liMtray L"i' ',

O Chinch Bugs C Ant D Mass Q,Tlc:'

O,Grubs A Many Others' .L. t .
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: ALL PURPOSE SP- :.rA ,l I I -, -.)- it rI'O.-! -;

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SAVE 11.00 '
'it FAMILY i H .. teIII-Iome. .. \' ... 150i }
",51' 'ff
10 LB 8_ OR BABY
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+7 BAG BAG. .. 64ovf : DELIVERY and
..... '. .......... ./: Easy ra.n P..i,, SPREADING FEE r ,
.M" ./ I Colgate Toothpaste. 99< | \ '..d Meropol'." CityArea
g SAL"i
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Ba Cing Potatoes... OG' .1. I '

f*.not voul own Reach"Toothbrushes .894' .).t.( ".... '38"; ,

i DMVI Potatoes . . ..8. ,.;.j; i'i'y'( 'rM
: .. IMWT MCMOD jiQ' .uv 'r rmrauiovm v, I Tusay1DeoiJorant. .694 '. 'r( ,. -
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Slaw or Saad.:6[ D BakmgPotatoes . 80.884v -. -
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M"w.IEBIAOIIDARoneyTangednea. 0 Yellow0niorlls..3sAG399. Tussy Roil-On .. . 65Ba&yWet ,
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I, :.:-10' wOnlon..J... .:u I ""'" f" '= "U1 ,LAWNGAROENCENTERONIRNL
.' .13; ipresliCeieryf. .. .. 3n ..QI harden 92'49 L Coo 6t
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. I Hampton Highlights ''II c, n ......-cl4llll fi n ..........-. a rl ; .... i n -i', I4IIII f._ n ..-.., I II

I By Dolores Men,. phone 4M-JB13 of Starke Jeff Johns of Starke and fourth six weeks grading period: [dy Hersey and Sid'Russell.; .. Planning Day New Music Teacher
Rabies Clinic Mrs. Rose Parsons of Cincinnati, lat grade: Christina Bunner, Janet 5th grade: Paul Bawek, Kevin Friday Mar. 21, is a scheduled Students were happy to meet their
Saturday Mar. IS, from 8:30: until Ohio. Bunner. Melissa Byrd, Marcie D'Augustine,. Randall Gllsson.. San- Teacher Planning Day.Students will [ new music teacher on Friday. Mm.
10 a.m.has been; set for rabies shots to Carpenter,Angela Augustine,Jody dra Melton.Tammy Peeples.Frankie, [not be In school that day Sharon Lavender of New River Is!a
I be given at the City Hall. Special Visitors Hagemes, Aimee Hodges, Amy Rahme.. Kim Smith and Justin New Student graduate of Florida State University
clinic prices are available at that Steven Earnest from Jacksonville Horne, Shannon Hughes, Robbie Wadsworth.6th Melissa KapP was welcomed 'on In Tallahassee, and made a musical
time for vaccination:: of cats and dogs. spent the weekend with his parentsand Padgett, Don Roberts and Scott grade Amy Clark, Amy Monday to Mrs. Mindy McLean's 4th hit with the students/ Since Mr.;'BUI
More Information may be obtained by friends In the area. Williams. Williams\ Melissa Payne and Melissa grade class. merly attended McRae took over his assignment as
calling 964-5569. Mr. and Mrs. David Wanner of 2nd grade: Allison Archey, Michael Williams. ,. school In hefo 'Assistant Principal at Bradford Middle -
Orlando and Carlton Meng of Campen,Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes, 7th grade: Billy Bauldree, Brenda School the children really missed
Cystic Fibrosis Benefit Jacksonville spent the weekend Glenn Friese, Mary Hill, Misty Bawek,Kenny Crawford,Donna Dor- Perfect Attendance4th I their weekly music classes. *
Miss Lynn Waters recently par- visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Koehler, Stephanie Hughes, Angle miney, Marie Innocent, Stephanie grade:. Bernard Baez, Diana In
ticipated in the Cystic Fibrosis Paul Meng and family. Mitchell and Karla Rush. Redding, Angela Thomas and Becky Cardin, Shelly Carter, Barbara Randall Ctmstaln'mDonald Smith
Dance-a-Thon held at Jacksonville's 3rd grade: Tracy Bradley, Tina Young. Davis,Cassandra Fisher,Harold Mitchell -: 'and David Parker competed In Uje)
Roosevelt Mall. She was accompanied Hampton Elementary School Branham, Tom Cunningham, Amy Todd Parker, Brandy Phillips, County Special Olympics on Mar.T 6.
by Tim Schiller and Debbie Report cards went along home with ''CUster Brian Davis, Quinton Ford, CTBS Tests Andy Redding,Brad Snow and Tracy ,The track and field events were httld
Roberts. students on Friday, Mar. 7. Parentsare Billy Horne, Billy Jordan, Terri Ken- The school audit was completed last Youngblood.5th at the High School track field. Their
Last Saturday night Lynn was requested to return signed attached nan, Robert Powers, Scott Saunders, week.CTBS Tests will be given for all grade: Paul Bawek, Kevin instructor, Mrs. Debbie Bigham,wHo
awarded First Prize for her contribu- slips to classroom teachers this Dana Underhill and Foy Payne.4th grades during this week and next. Augustine,Teresa Manning, Leslie accompanied them to the Olympics,
tion of $500 to this Benefit. This includes week. The following students were grade: Shelly Carter, Kelly This Is the test to determine students' McKinney, Frankie Rahme Kim was happy to see all three boys earn
an expense paid trip for four listed on the A-B Honor Roll for the D'Augustine,Cassandra Fisher, Min- progress in basic skills. Smith and Kirk Williams., blue ribbons for their participation.
people to Disney world. Congratulations -

Lynn! _Lr'1 "D We fill Medicaid prescriptions

Last Saturday Bike-A-Thon Mrs. Inger Campenand ECKE IWS We,.also honor most insurance

sons, Michael and Scott, par /
ticipated in the Bike-a-Thon con- @ prescription drug programs.
ducted on behalf of the Annie Armstrong |1; Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist.
Easter Offering for Home Missions ...your little neighborhood department store.,
from the First Baptist Church in
Waldo. Both Michael and his mother ,
successfully completed the 12 mile

Justin Keith Goodall celebrated his
1st birthday Mar.6.
Jennifer Jones celebrated her birth s
day Mar. 3.
Brad Jones had a birthday Mar. 10.
Nicole Clark celebrated her 10th
birthday Mar. 8 with a party Sunday Potato
including cake, ice cream and other

good food. i i". -' Chips
Happy Birthday to Lori and Larry t \illltllril 1ttJ em 0
Stone who were both 17 years old on _
Mar. 12.
Congratulations t M
Pam Melton recently passed the Gti
GED test. To celebrate the occasion a
Sunday dinner was held at the homeof
her parents Mr.and Mrs.Clarence
Melton. Among those who joined the
celebration were Mr.and Mrs.Lonnie TYLENOL SWEET REGULARorDIET PLANTERS
Melton,Mr. and Mrs.Otis Melton and
family of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin EXTRA-STRENGTH 'N LOW COLGATE PEPSI POTATO
McConaghy and children of TABLETS:
Gainesville, Mrs. Addle McConaghy Non-aspirin pain relief. SUGAR SUBSTITUTE TOOTHPASTE COLA CHIPS
assa Bottle of 100. 100 packets granulated.
tube with
LIMIT 1 LIMIT 1 fluoride. LIMIT 1 12-oz.pop top cans 6-pack Twin pack restackable.

loving memory of our wife, 199 / 09
I mother and sister, Mary Starling. Wet 6ge 89e1 145 1
want to express our deep appreciation PACK
I to the Bradford County Hospital staff, y
nurses, attendants and Doctors: Sun-
1 dusadee and Sarnt who tried so hard
rv ''s 't
J to save her life.
1 Also, to the DeWitt C Jones
I Funeral Home who so kindly carried
I out my every wish In the funeral ser

also appreciate all the friends
who called to express sympathy, fort RADIO TRAVEL
the many lovely cards and flowers. qE DENTAL CLEANSER d Receives sound for TV-
I We will never forget the kind ladies Box of 40 tablets channels 2-1 3.AM,FM DRYER "
who so abundantly supplied food fort 5 .ffi LIMIT 1 ; & 24 hour weather. P ,
the family. 97 tMODEloTVB-77. '
4 ... .compact.Wlth3he.ls'l I
I The service at the'church was car- ::4-s .sEa.,.17.99 .
ried out so beautifully, and we thank REQ. $21.99
J everyone who had a part. ity
e Volley StarlinghusbandRose : CLAIRMIST 149.9 :

MariedaughterAmy 799
Nettle,Violet-sisters HAIR SPRAY !
I 4-oz.non-aerosol,2-types.

1 1 Card of Thanks 49. LLOYD'S

I The family of Marie K. Clemons DESKTOP MR. COFFEE [
iii wishes to express our appreciation for CALCULATOR
t the kind acts of sympathy shown us REVLONFLEXCONDITIONER 2 position/ decimal system with COFFEEMAKER
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_ NEWS n "_ II II a l..a..o......n. they.ara tsattlo.r411aa4h4tltta4
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CABS teats wvn Knva to fII'K3 odes ...ft.-. ? _.. .1-KVI1I I,ta 9..... VJ .K4a. net goes_ o f their paten is, Mr. an d grandchildren of Washington, D.C..
By Elisabeth Terry,phone"a-am. Invited. 7:30 p.m. Singing and the week of March 4-7. CTBS testa p.m.each day. Mrs M.D. Cf apse. Mra. Mickey Moore and her
Church Activities preaching nightly.Jesus shall be proclaimed will be given to grades 4-7 the week of Mr.: Powell's class attended the Mr. Ben McCulley and Mr. and mother-in-law, Mrs. Fred Moore,
Grace United Methodist Winner In as LORD OF LORD AND March 17, 18, 19 and 20. We urge Special Olympics at the Bradford Mrs.Wayne Massey attended the 50th visited her son-in-law. Mr. Tom G
,the monthly SWORD DRILL In BAR' KING OF KINGS. students In these grades to be present High School track field on Wednesday Wedding Anniversary of Mr.and Mrs. Casey, who Gene cal patient In
jLY CHURCH this past Sunday was First Baptist Church Rev,Ralph Col- for the tests on these cia,..These testa March S. All reported having agoons John Robertson (former Councilmanof Alachua Hospital,
gain Terri WIIk_. First runner- eman of Second Baptist Church of shows the progress your child has Ume. Lawtey) on Sunday afternoon. Gainesville, on afternoon
,up was Rhonda WUkenon. second Mlddleburg, and Rev. David Brown made for the school year. We wish to thank Mr. Powell for Friends of Mrs. Minnie Futch, Mra. Floyd Mart of Daytona
was Cary Mlze. This Is held every.. of Pint Baptist Church Lawtey willspeak Pre-reglatratlon for driving,Ms van and making this trip regret to learn that she is a patient in Beach la visiting her parents Mr.and
coed Sunday of the month. at Laura Baptist Church students for the 198041 Kindergarten possible for the students to attend. Bradford County Hospital, having Mrs. boss Hlgglnboltum, and her
Starting' this next Sunday, March Starke, on Friday March 14 at 7:30 will be In April. Before a child can Remember March 21 Is a Teacher fallen and hurt her sides. Our prayers brother-in-law and sister Mr. and
I slC, there will no longer be a Sunday p.m.ter Austin, pastor. Our enter Kindergarten for (be first time, Planning Day. Therefore no school are with her. Mrs. Glen Shuford for some time.
evening service.All other services re- church. is Invited. they must be S yean old on or before for students. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Casey and Tara Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. and
main the same Lawtey Elementary, December 1. Also, a birth certificate, Personals: of KIngsley Lake, were Saturday supper Angela, and their mother Mrs. O.J.
.l Our: congregation was much aaddened School News physical examination,and a record of Lawtey Dixie Youth League will guests of their uncle and aunt Mr. Boyette, Sr., of Lake City, visited
with the passing of our Mrs. We still have a few sweatshirts, shots must be presented. So if your have a Turkey Shoot Saturday March and Mrs Mickey Moore and Trlaha. their brother and sUter-ln-law. Mr.
Eloise Olin. Our deepest sympathy to t-shlrta, and tote bags for sale in the child does not these, we IS from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. north of Mrs. Ben McCulley spent two and and Mrs. Earl Boyette and family of
(>flier family and to the church family school office. If you would like to buy encourage you to acquire them priorto Lawtey on ;901. one half weeks with her soninlawand Columbus, Ga., Sunday, Monday andTuesday.
.as well We have lost a dear friend in one, please let us know. There are the beginning of the new school Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Scott .
;pie Christian walk. some adult (Sm 3V36)), child's 12 and year in the fall. If you have any family of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Dairies and family, and also her son Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shinn spent
I REVIVAL..March, 1921. Everyone three tote ba... tions please feel free to call the= Mrs.Gary Wheeler were Sunday din- David and wife Connie McCulIey and some time at their home near
u Charlotte, N.C. We were happy to
have them attend services at our
""\ ECKERD'S FAMOUS, PHOTO OFFER TWICE THE Have your eyes examined regularly then w First Baptist Church on Sunday mor-

: JWICKTHBPRINTa 0"J .. print film' developed and .. Beach, Mrs. Glen Shuford, Mrs. L.J.
TODAY primed s, bad print:YOU an E C end Optical Center a
.: THB FILMY Y" DON'T PAY FOR IT. 16 ,Proac..pllon.rltod". Proscription oungl.'....Ltntps duplicated' Anders and sister, Mrs. Doss HiKHln-
: Get Iworoll.of prlnlfllm Ioftha prlo of one Kod oloror 2."JOY......a?... Ff.mt).replaced or repaired a No .ppomlmenlnscessary' botham, visited their sister, Mrs.
black and white when you have your Him processed ,YOU DONTst Nellie Parrish, in St.' Vincent'sHospital
ckeftfs..TODAV AND EVERYDAY. PAY FOR IT. Jacksonville, and other
relatives In Jacksonville on Saturday

afternoon.Mr. .
and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and
t 11 11i Angela were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bird and family
and visited other friends in Valdosta,
Ga., while there.
; Frank Pendarvis, son of Mrs. W.E.
Pendarvis, has entered the Army as
of March 2. We miss this young man
hearydryo from the community and our church.
Our prayers are with him.
: Mrs. Maines Griffis and her son

aaruetorar Basil of Palatka,spent Saturday with
her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson,
4s. and sister Mrs. Daisy Boch.
Bryan Camp went to a SkateboardPark
In Tampa, Friday night with
Tim Schiller, Starke and Bruce
Massey of Lawtey and returned

I,U Saturday evening.
Deepest sympathy of the community
Is extended to Mr. Vernon Olin,
because of the death of his wife Mra.

Eloise Olin, on Saturday morning.Our .
prayers are with the family.
IRISH COFFEE GILETTE Henry Hodges and sons Hank and
SUPER CRICKETLIGHTER EVEREADY Mark, attended the Stock Car Racesat
SPRING DAWN the Lake City Speedway on Saturday -

BAR SOAP DETERGENT Vernon Teston of Little Rock, Ark.,
Hundredlo'dependablelighlS, For
S-ot bath size deodorant bar. ,32-oz.,grease removing dish Ceramic In aaorted colors adjustable flame disposable. lators & phooequipment spent Us from Sunday,Mr.and until Mrs.Thursdaywith Lonnie
detergent. REQ. LIMIT 1 I' REQ. 99' LIMIT 1 REQ. $1.99
1 fie
with his
Teston. spent Wednesday
& 10
R3.EG/19" EA'OLIMIOT $19.119 designs. oz. PACK/ P2ACKg grandmother, Mrs. Wordle Melton,of
%/ 0 REQ. 1.49 0 OF Ocoee. and other relatives. He alsovisited
77c his brother-in-law and sister
99C 4 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosley antifamily
of Highland while here.
Mrs. Jean Wilkerson, of Ocala, ls
spending some time with her parents,
k Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt. She U

,,, r ct kr s recuperating from two broken anna.
21-INCH X27-INCH FRAMED Our prayers are with her.

BED PILLOWS PICTURES Mrs. John Tye spent Thursday until
Poyesterfilfed Wood,gold or WEB LAWN FURNITURE tf!' Sunday afternoon with her son-in-law M
and and Mrs.
daughter Tommy
with assorted silver tone frames Colorful webbing on lightweight ;
and children of Jacksonville.
REQ. assorted scenes. Talley
ticking. : aluminum frame.Chaise has multi-
Friends of Mrs. J.S. Waters regret
$3. REQ. $10.99 '' Both
99 LIMIT 2 position' back. fold for storage.
I CUT DELUXE to learn that she is a surgical patientIn

99M 899 \\t ER iI CHAIR $11.99 LAWN MOWER, St.Vincents Hospital,Jacksonville.,
Our prayers are with her., .. .
f J8 v 3.5 H,P. Brlggsft Straiten"1* Mr. and Mrs. Donald WUkison 'at-i.
ilk Coning easy recoil start. tended homecoming at Smyrna Baptist -
CHAISE REG.$19.99 height adjusts from Church last Sunday.
1 to 3 Inches. REG.$189.99 her sister
: Mrs. Wm. Wilson visited ,
SUN SPUN ORLON 11-QUART 1588 Mrs.Jackie Hamilton in St. Vincent's
159 Hospital In Jacksonville, last Sunday -
YARN WASTEBASKET Mrs. Hamilton came home
3Vir-oz.skein Crystal cut Wednesday.
aseortedcolors. plastic In Amber GRASS CATCHER Vernon Teston of Little Rock,Ark,
REG.99 LIMIT 6WOODACCENT orsmOkeCOlr. COOK'NCAJUNBARBQUE f FOR SIDE DISCHARGE was a supper guest of his nephew and

REG. $2.99 GRILL Heavy duty construction, [ niece. Mr. and Mrs Pat Henry of
69- fits most standard mowers. 1488 Lawtey on Monday night.
Water smoker,never needs ,
188 tending.15-pound charcoal i REQ.$16 99 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodard and

holder. REG. $69,99 family of Trenton, and Mrs. Tommy
I Clayton, and son Tom, of Jacksonville
were Sunday dinner guests of
5488 %-HORSE POWER their mother, Mrs. C.R. Crews.
Donald WUkison at
Mr. and Mrs.
STARBR1TEChoose AUTOMATIC LINEWEEDERTR1MMER tended a Gospel Sing at Civic Centerin
18-oz auto Raiford, Saturday night.
Choose from polish or car wash. Mrs. Wendle will In the
Just tap ground a line automatically Smyth gt
several I fashionable REQ TO $3.692s9 IGLOO IJuAR / releases. Trims hospital (Baptist) as a surgical patient

styles.Walnut finish PLAYMATE around shrubs, planters & trees. on Tuesday. Our prayers are

REQ. $14 99 MODEL 1015 REG.$38.95 with her.Ernest
COOLERHeavy Hewitt,Tallahassee,
AUTO POLISH 2999 is spamother \ some time with her
duty plastic with push
1 088 Arlie Dobbs.
button ,Jin.
-a 39 cars. REG.lid. Holds$111.99IRONltJG 18 12-oz. 0 Friends of Mr. Arne Dobbs regretto

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CARWA8H Alachua General Hospital,
1299BOARD Gainesville. Our prayers are with

%-INCHxSO-FOQT him.Miss
SUPER SAVE GARDEN HOSE7Q Tammy Welch, and her
mother Mrs. Pat Welch and her
BIC PENS O Durable,flexible mother, Mrs. Burney Dobbs, of
Metalcon- Pack of 10.medium REUSABLEBLUE rubbervlnyl)gardensventilated Jacksonville, spent Sunday afternoon
hose with brass
point, with their grandfather Mr. Arlie
ICE .REQ.$9.99
top blue only.adJuatablehelghL fittings
Dobbs in Alachua General Hospital,
REQ. $1.79 Ice substitute that you can JET SPRAY Gainesville.
flEG.$11.99_ refreeze and use many HOSE NOZZLE 78 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal spent from
times. 29-oz. size Adjustable a
99. REG. $1.59 NO. 240C REQ.spray$1.99 I Feb. 26 until March 8 with their son-
918 in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mra.
Dan Creager of Glenrock, Wyoming.Mrs. .
129CLOTHES L1 ( Creager Is the former Miss
Leonette Dyal!). '
DRYER WITHMETALSPIKE came to Tallahassee,and both beahis
Aluminum Gives even water sister,Mrs.Ernest Hewitt came to
construction, 3 trays.Deep 2no distribution for stay with their mother, Mrs Arlie
rustprooftines. compartments.Rustproof PAD Iff1 healthy grass..STYLE Dobbs, while their dad la In the
Folds Solid foam covered with 41 ,6250 RE G. $3.99 Alachua General Hospital
for storage.REQ. construction. wipe clean vinyl assorted Gainesville.
$10 99 .REQ. 99.99 colors a patterns,, ssAEG. ,
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16 8 8 met the. Meet' Saturday

DAMP RID REQ$24.95 The Starke Chapter of The Full
Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship
DEHUMIDIFIERDehumidifies ,CHAISE PAD 7-INCH JANCOPLANTER welcomes Steve),Desorbo aa guest
speaker at Us dinnerSaturday,

areas closets, 12-oz.closed :w.e.A: ::: METAL LEAF' RAKE March U at 6:90 p.m.at the Western
Steak House.'
size REG. 91.09. two M w Decorative< day potam 41 O6j 22.tlne Steer. Family: .
Stove Desorbo lives in
Hi Cll metal head,
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I H smooth handle., la the district manager of the
Adak 399 colors REG. $1.99
Aft .
1 REQ. $2.49 John Hancock Insurance Company.'
v He> comes from an''Itallau CatholIC
OHM9 : 149 : background fat New York and was
married In MM. His wife raised their' .
I children in the church and yet Steve
II I remained a stranger to God to
I '" ,himself and his own family until be
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Page 12A TELEGRAPH March 13, 080l

!l\ Rebecca Lawson Wins Spelling Bee,: I

r Kelley Jackson is Runner-up at. SEA ;,>

menial stalemate it wasn't when
i fifth grader Rebecca Lawson spelled
those two words correctly to win the
Starke Elementary Spelling Bee held
last Friday. Kelley Jackson was the
Sixteen contestants all fifth i
, graders, entered the spelling bee In
\. 1 reMr'NV !c -rrrerl Ic a ,yl.i" hopes they would go onto the county
" spelling bee to be held April

,I But they all went down quickly andit
\ was up to the last four contestants:
Jim Dixon, Tammy Moody, Rebecca
" Lawson: and Kelley Jackson.

The word"debunk" eliminated Jim
and Tammy went down when she Incorrectly -

Kelley correctly spelled
"stalemate"but missed on "menial," s
Best SS Spellers... which made her first runner-up.
Kelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.David ...And the Winners
Chad Mulllris, and Ron Thomas.
These 12 students battled to be champion of the Jackson, and Rebecca,
South-tide Elementary spelling bee Friday. They are Standing: Loretta Austin. Louise O'Quuin, John MannIng daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
l-r): Sabra Sweat, Chris Farmer, Blanca Simpson, Ber- Lawson, will be going to the county- Rebecca Lawson went throughsome Kelley Jackson couldn't Ipelll'"menial" ":
First row, kneeling: David Williams Jason Belcher, nice Collins, and Aaron Schulze. wide spelling bee April 6. Tammy tough words to win the championship but she was first runner-up '' '
Moody is the alternate. at Slarke. She won on the and will go onto the county-wide spell
word "menial." ing bee April 6.

Loretta Austin at SS
i Top Speller ircll.1, who called out the words 1C!. \H I Sue-:
ages for the bee wire Jim it:

'. ; ."

Chris Farmer Places a Close Second I'," .' I

I I ," _
Loretta Austin and Chris Farmer county spelling bee if something hap- '
I outspelled them all at Southside pens to Loretta or Chris.

Elementary to their gain school the honor in the of David went out on the word j Y,, Ml'v t i W t J,
representing "
"country he spelled"county.
I county-wide spelling bee April 10. ;
Loretta and Chris went on. Chris
Chris Farmer gave Loretta about stumbled on "kitchen\ ," spelling it
all the competition she could stand to but
correctly having to sound out the
take second place honors as he battl- two syllables. The students often
ed even with Loretta for 10 words eLoretta
spelled phonetically the words they '
before Loretta could take the advan- missed
,evidence of their being taughtto
tage and win after 245 words. spell by sound.
} !ti rGM
Loretta, a fifth grader, is the Both Chris and Loretta mlspelled '
daughter oF Mr. and Mrs. Raymond "midriff," "tenor. "lyric,"
Austin, of Starke. Chris, also a fifth "weasel," "connive,t' "hobnob,"
grader, is the son of Mrs. Joann "nominee."
McGovern, of Starke. The pair wall The winner had to spell correctly a
represent Southside in the county- word the other missed,plus spell cor- !
wide spelling bee April 10. rectly the next word on the list.

"It was one of the most exciting Austin Loretta correctly spelled
matches we've had here," says Mrs. Southside Champion "steeplechase," but both missed

Speller "adage," putting them even again.
I Loretta correctly spelled
Bike-A-Thon in
Lawtey "knothole." Chris mispelled I .
t To Aid Cystic Fibrosis "platitude," but Loretta spelled it
correctly. Then Loretta correctly
I will hold bike-a-thon
Lawtey a ont
to win.
spelled 'temperance"
Saturday, March 22, starting at 9:30
I a.m. from Lawtey Elementary Judges were Mrs. Margie Murphy
4 School. Mrs. Mary Agnes Ferguson, anaDewey
. The Bike-a-Thon will involve ridersof r McKinney, former principalof The Contestants..
all ages who acquire sponsors fort Southside and now principal at y
Learantine Jefferson, Yolanda Walker, Sue Ann Nettles,
the number of miles that they ride Bradford Middle School. Sixteen Starke Elementary fifth graders entered the
Donna Barnett, Julie Melissa Marlann button
May May
1 over a prescribed course and time. It Y spelling bee in hopes of winning to go onto the countywide .
Lisa Waters, Kim Brad
is both fun for the riders and a way tot Mrs. Elaine Wood coordinated the spelling bee. The contestants were, starting from the far Sapp Green Logan Ricks Steve
Jones, Jim Dixson, and Jackson.
raise money for research into Cystic spelling bee. going clockwise: Rebecca Lawson, Tamfny Moody ", Kelley .
Fibrosis. &. right w., -* -***fcJyNews ;tl ", '
I -/ .. \) -JMd. i.' J.* *'
Prizes will be awarded to the riders '
I who collect the most money for Cystic .Starke ElementarFrom

C Fibrosis. In addition, T-shirts will be ," :.: :-
given to every rider who turns in at Mrs. Tetstone's class: Burch, Kenny DeSue, Freddy Cain, _....
f least $25.Sponsor. These students read books: Scott Johnny Siegmund Sean Supsky and ':00.c
I sheets are available now at Allen, Monique Banks, Truin Blye, Alisha Manning. ,
t Lawtey Elementary school office or Yong Sue Hankerson, Chris Dinkins, From Mrs. Crawford's LanguageArts VICTOR -.....:...:.. I,
, by calling Diann Gault at 7823870Servicemen Robert Hankerson, J.J. Burch, Nita Third Grade Class: 49OO ".
r Meleclo, Kenny DeSue and Freddy Made 100 percent on their Spelling
I Chris Farmer2nd Cain. test last week: Cindy Samons, Shane ;:
c Place SpellerAt These students attended school Burrus, Terricena Kitties Rodney 3> 3
t Southside Ele. every day this six weeks grading Mosley, Rachael Allen Allen Porter, \;\V' I
1r period: Train Blye,J.J. Burch, Chris Selena Norman, Audra Brantley,
James E. BarberParticipates Burney Winkler,SS librarian and pro- Dinkins Robert Hankerson, Freddy Julianne Jackson, Donna McKelvy,
I in Exercise nouncer for the bee. The 12 top Cain, Derrick Long, Sean Supsky, Sarah Smith,Anita Jackson and Scott :
spellers in the school had to spell the Eric Walton, Monique Banks, Tara McCaulley.From !;:
a "Readiex 1-80" words on the stage before 200 of their DeSue, Yong Sue Hankerson, Alisha Miss Cindy Cissy'sHomeroom :
1 Navy Yeoman Seaman James E. fourth and fifth grade schoolmates.Mrs. Manning, Nita Meleclo, Vickie : :
( Barber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Winkler pronounced each word McFarlane and Rachael Tyson. The These students had perfect atten- "' 1
E. Barber, and whose wife. Angie, is twice and used it in a sentence. Mrs. following attended school every day dance this six-week's grading period: :ic
8 the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Ben P. Margie Murphy, one of three judges) this year: Yong Sue Hankerson, Kevin Blankenship, Dewey til eo::
O Bryant, all of Starke, recently pare Intoned "correct" or "incorrect,1after Vickie McFarlane Robert Hankerson Daughtery,Charles Hamilton,James 'v .::
fl ticipated in exercise "Readiex 1-80." each word. Train Blye and Tara DeSue. Jamison, David Thorpe, Kim / .

Barber is a crewmember aboard David Williams was the third place These students have begun to Crawford, Vicky Goodowns, Renee i'' '=i

the guided missile destroyer USS winner, and is the alternate to the write In cursive: Scott Allen, J.J.: Jewett Thornton.RABIESCLINIC, Rosalyn. Taylor and Chad ::
Sampson homeported in Mayport, I. ,

Fla.The Sampson is 437 feet long with a ," ':
crew of 354. She is outfitted with co
missiles, torpedoes and antisubmarine '" -'...
rockets. 1
A 1977 graduate of Bradford High "".'.;i
School Barber joined the Navy in July ;;
1978. :t I
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H The Young People from the Pine TOWN DATE TIlE PUCE ">01o
Level Baptist Church will compete
I' this Saturday in the finals of their MODEL 4900 \
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th 8:35, Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning : .
tit Worship it a.m. Adult Choir Rehearsal 964-5569 10M I

ty Worship 5:30: Training 7 p.m. Time 6.30: Evening BUSINESS PRODUCTS 'It'I

06 Wednesday.-Mld-Week Service _...., .. ,, .
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March 13. 1180 TELEGRAPH Page 13A

-0 a. so I. so I' I' II II .. .. ... .. II. LEGALS .*> .. .0 .e 0. 0 1111041 .. $0 41o so 00 0 Tornado Battalion Expects A.F.I. High Honors ::1

IN THE CIRCUIT lataln Herres the right of way of a
owner 22 last, parcel 4264 for
COURT EIGHTH Dated this 6th day of Tnomai L. Francis.ovnmr. itora graded County rood for February 20 was a big day for the After the inspection they viewed 4
within lr>* City limit of convenience 1 type '
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN March, A.D.' 1980 In Stork*. FL. with cos pumilsq.,41,1tYou ; point of beglnn"". From JROTC Tornado Battalion. It was the parade by the Battalion. Captain IT-

AND fOR BRADFORD Bradford County. 3/6 You are further given Dated this 13th day" of point of beginning thus AFI (Annual Federal Inspection). vin commented that the inspection

COUNTY. FLORIDA. 4tpd 3/27 NOTICE that a of March. A.D. 190 In I are further. given described continue and parade were conducted strictly

PROBATE DIVISION. laid proposed copy ORDINANCE Bradford County.. 3/13 NOTICE that a copy of South Zero ((0)) degree The AFI is a National Inspection by the book. After the parade the Drill

FlU NO. IO-I7-CP. I I Is available for 4tpd4/3. old proposed ORDINANCE and Ono ((01)) minute broken down Into four regions. We Team consisting of mostly lit year

((13109)) LEGAL NOTICE your Inspection at the Is available' for East along told Westerly, belong to the first ROTC Region. It cadets. performed before the bat

:lint*, ESTATE OF OlllEI.IYSON. Notice l I. hereby given Office of the Planningand NOTICE OP APPLICATION your Inspection at the' office boundary. One Hundred consists of an inspecting team. This talion. Captain Irvin again complimented

Deceased. that the Bradford County Zoning Official. City FOR REZONINGAND of the' Director of Ninefooff and ThIrteen year the inspecting team consisted of by saying, that the performance

NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION Historical Board of Hall. Stark. Florida. AMENDMENT OF Zoning and Planning.. Hundredth ((119 13)) feet Major Braog from North Carolina was very good considering

Trustees hoe asked the Each and wry person THE LAND USE PLAN Bradford County Cour to an IP located on the and Captain Irvin from StetsonUniversity how young they were. The Inspection

:::1'/1'/ administration of Florida legislature to introduce having any Interest An ORDINANCE omen- thouse. Starke,111orida.' Easterly boundary of the' in Deland Fla. Is usually conducted February thru

tfl; : estate of OLLIE E. a bill Increasing whatever In the enactment ding the) Comprehensive Each and every person right of way .of Slat At 8:30 that morning the staff began May. Last year we ranked 9th out of

TYSON!' ,deceased FlU from 7 to II the' number of this proposed Land Use Plan Element' having any |Interest Road 225; thence' North briefing the inspection team. The 183 schools. We hope to receive a

Number 1-319, I I. pending of members on the' Bradford ORDINANCE should' appear and Map by Bradford whatever In the enactment Eighty ((9O) degrees and team viewed all the files of the Battalion higher score this year.
In the Circuit Court County Historical and be heard at the County Florida. In accordant of this proponed Eighteen ((18) minute the
at 10 they began Inspection
Bradford Board of Trustees Increasing with the local East. One Hundred Fifty .
tot-. County, ] time and place, describ ORDINANCE should appear the Tornado Battalion.
Florida Probote Division from 4 to 6 the' ed. Government Com and be heard at the (ISO) feet to an If:

,', the address of number of members) required By Albert L. Crosby.Jr. "....,. .... time and place ,_Ib- thence South Zero ((0))

rhtch Ie Bradford County for a quorum. .. Planning 4 Zoning of 197S. provnV1Cnt ed. I degree and One ((01)) .

Courthouse Stark, 2/28 Stchg 3/13. Official. City of Stark, Chapter 163 ef the BOARD OF BRADFORD minute East. Sixty-,,No i LEGAL

Bradford County. Florida Florlda.ltchg. 228.NOTICE Florida Statute COUNTY COMMIS.. ((65)) feet to an IP: thence The administration of DIVISION File NO. claim Is not yet due, the'

JJ09I The name and addrsss PUBLIC NOTICEAn TO: All Cltl...... Taxpayer SIONERS.By North Eighty-nine ((89) the estate of MARTHA 79-37-CPP-3I46)( ). date when It will become

of the Personal ORDINANCE om_. and other Interested //Gilbert S. degree and Thirty-four ROBINSON deceased.File In re: ESTATE OF due shall be toted. If

Representative and of ding the' ComprehensiveLand INTENTIONTO OF persons Brown Clerk. 3/13' 2tchg Hundred((34) minute East One, Number 80-20. II Harold A. Bishop, the claim I I.contingent or

.In*. Personal Representative' Use Plan Element REGISTER 3/20. Seventy.three. pending In the Circuit Jr.Deceased. unliquidated. the natureof
and Hundredth
attorney are set and Map Of the' City of You and each of you Forty-nine Court for Bradford County NOTICE OF the uncertainty shall

forth below. Stark. Florida In accordance .. FICTITIOUS NAME are hereby and herewith IN THE CIRCUIT ((173.49)) feet to an IP; Florida Probate Dlvl- ADMINISTRATIONTO be stated. If the claim I I.
thence North
All Interested persons with the 'local given notice In occor- COURT EIGHTH Zero ((0)) lion the address of ALL PERSONS HAV. secured the security

art required to III* with Government Comprehensive dance with Florida JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. degrees and One (01) which I I. Bradford County ING CLAIMS OR shall be described. The'
Pursuant to Section ,
the court WITHIN THREE Planning Act- 6909. Florida Statute, Statute that the Boardof BRADFORD COUNTY minute Welt On Hundred Courthouse, Starke. DEMANDS AGAINST THE claimant sholl deliver
MONTHS FROM THE of I97S ae provided for notice li "hereby given County Commissioners FLORIDA. Fifty-nine Bradford County Florida ABOVE ESTATE AND All sufficient copies of the

DATE OF THE FIRST In Chapter 163 of the that the of Bradford Civil Action Number Eighty-nine Hundredth 32091. The name and .... OTHER PERSONS IN. claim to the clerk to
PUBLICATION OF THIS Florida Statute and undersignedRoger County. Florida have 79-394-CA. (IS9B9)) feet to an 'IP dress of the Personal TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: noble the clerk to mall
Folks Rt. 3, Box
located .
NOTICE: ((1)) All claim designated the Bradford on Southerly and of YOU ARE HEREBY one to each
Chapter 25 Code of Ordlnonces. 328 Stark. Flo. 32091 TUCKER BROS., INC., boundary aforesaid Representative copy personal
the estate and County Zoning and Planning : NOTIFIED that the administration .
against the Personal Representative's representative.All
of Stark A Florida
City doing business under the' corporation thence South Elghty-nln
Board to conduct
((2)) any objection by.on Florida.. firm name of ". 4 F a Plaintiff( ) vs MALACHI ,((89) and attorney are *et of the persons Interested
) degree Thirty-
hearing at a
Interested to public forth below estate of Harold A. In the estate to whom a
person .
TO: All Citizens, Taxpayer AUTO SALES". 2117 N. JENKINS. at ux., *t al., four
whom "nolle wot mailed and other Interested Temple, Avenue. Stark, regular meeting,held at Dafandants). ((34)) minutes West. All Interested person Bishop Jr.. deceased, copy of this Notice of Administration
that challenge the 7:30: p.m. In the County NOTICE OF Lungdarv Southerly are required to file/ with File Number 79-S7-CP boa ben
Fla. 32091 Intends
personsYou to
validity of the will. the said fictitious Commission meeting SALE Three Hundred the court. WITHIN THREE ((1-3146)). Is pending In moiled are required.
qualification of the personal room. Bradford County Twenty-one and MONTHS FROM THE the Circuit Court of Bradford WITHIN THREE MONTHS
and each of youor nome under the' provision Notice I I. "hereby given Thirty-four Hundredth
representative, Courthouse Stark, DATE OF THE FIRST County, Florida FROM THE DATE OF THE
hereby and herewith of aforesaid that pursuant to an orderor
feet of
Florida .day, to point
venue or jurisdiction of given notice In accordance statute. 191V a final judgment of PUBLICATION OF THIS Probate Division the ad- FIRST PUBLICATION OF
the court. with Florida' Folk March 29 and foreclosure entered In beginning. NOTICE, ((1)) All claim dress off which Is Brad- THIS NOTICE to file any
Roger owner. ot public ale, to thehighest '
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS make, a recommendationto the estate and ford County Courthouse, objection they
Statutes and City Ordinances Dated this 13th day of th' above-coptlond ac. and best bidder against may
NOT SO FILED the Board of County ((2)) objection by Drawer B, Starke, have that challenges the
City of Starke, March A.D. 1980 In Commissioners and the' tion. I will sell the 1'... for cash at the East front any an
SE FOREVER BARRED Interested to Florida 32091.: The validity of the decedent
Will Florida. that the' City Bradford County. 3/13 party situated In Bradford Street front entrance of person per-
Board will consider on
Commission of Stork. 4/3. County Florida whom notice was mailed anal representatives of will the qualification of
4tpd the Bradford
Date of th* tint Florida has designated Monday April 7. WO at described as: County that challenge the the estate, I I. Harold A. personal reprosonhtelv
Courthouse In Stark :
publication of this Notice the City of Starke Planning the same, sold place at A parcel of land 'lyingIn Florida. validity of the' will the Bishop III. whose address ., or the venue or

of Administration: March and Zoning Commlsilon NOTICE OF 10:00: A.M. an Ordinance the Northeast QuarterNE the 31st at II of a.m.March, on qualification of the perlonol li 1528 East Call jurisdiction of the Court.
I'I9D. relating to: day Street Stark, Florida ALL CLAIMS.
6. to conduct a public INTENTIONTO ( 1/4)) of Northeast representative
/Dudley P. Hardy hearing at q regular REGISTER Quarter (NE Vi) of 1980.Gilbert S. venu or Jurisdiction of 32091. DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS
The of the' Brown.
rexoning The and address 'NOT SO FILED
Personal Roprosem.totivi. meeting to be held at FICTITIOUS Southwest Quarter (SW Clerk Circuit the court. name
following described properly Court. By: All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS of the personal WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
7.30, p.m. In the City NAME the' Vi) of Section Twenty- Beulah, M. Moody
and amending
Pierce A Hardy P.A.SWGorge NOT SO FILED representative attorney
Commission room. City Land five ((25)). Township Five Deputy Clerk.
H.Pierce. Pursuant to Section Comprehensive WILL BE FOREVER BAR- ore set forth Data of the first
Hall Stark, Florida on Use Plan to provide that ((5)) South. Range Twenty- Harold B). Helmowlrt.
P.O. Drawer 865.09, Florida Statutes, Bradford below: publication of this Noticeof
Thursday March 20 two ((22)) East. P.A. REDDate
land, currently. toned Lawrence J.
Florida of the first All having Administration:Match
1010 1980 and make o recommendation notice Is hereby given County Florida; said for persons
32091. Attorney for Personal to the City that the undersigned the R1C and designated Rural by parcel being mar particularly Plaintiff Attorney 1001 BlackstoneBuilding. publication of this Noticeof claims or demand 13, 1980.

Representative, Commission and the' City Thomas L. Francis, Rt. 1, plan ai reionedto described as Jacksonville.Florida Administration: March against the estate ore /I/Harold A. Bishop
((904)964.5101.) 3/6 2tchg Commission will con- Box 10. Hampton Fla. Residential. be follows 13. 1980. required WITHIN) THREE III, Al P..onolR.p..nt..I1.

3/13" elder on Tuesday April 32044. doing business, BH. and designated Commence at the' Northwest 3/20. 32202. 3/13 2tchg /./Emma Louis Kelly MONTHS FROM THE .... of the

1. 1980 at the some said under the firm nome of Highway Business, the corner of said Dotter Strong .. DATE OF THE FIRST Estate of Harold A.

r place at 7:00: P.M. on Ordinance "VOM KIEFERWALD KENNELS" property of WILLIS Northeast Quarter (NE Emma Louis, KeirlyDoctor PUBLICATION OF THIS Bishop Jr., Deceased.

[! NOTICE OF .relating: Rt. 1. Box 10. BROWN described as '.) of Northeast QuarterNE IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE to file with the ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL

'INTENTIONTOREGISTER Hampton. Fla. 32044 Intends follow ( '/ ) of Southwest COURT EIGHTH Pierce 4 Hardy P.A. clerk of the above court REPRESENTATIVE

The rezoning of the ,to register sold fictitious 24.000 SQ. FT. .located Quarter (SWA). and run JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN //George: H. Pierce o written statement of : Charles R.Wilde

FICTITIOUS' following described property name under the 1/8th, mile South of South Zero ((0)) degreesand AND FOR BRADFORD P.O. Drawer 1030. any claim or demand Wlldt Queiada Brock

NAME and amending. the provisions of aforesaid Stark on the East aide of One ((01)) minute COUNTY. FLORIDA, Storke, Florida 32091. they may have. Each and Skinner. P.A.. Suite

Comprehensive Land statute. Hwy 301 In Section. 32 East along the Westerly PROBATE DIVISION File Attorney for Personal claim must be In writing 2320 'IndependentSquare
Section Township 6 South, Range NO. 80-20-CP 1-(3198)( Indicate the
Pursuant to Use Plan to provide that boundary thereof. Three Representative. and must One Independent
669.09, Florida Statutes land currently toned A 1(3)( ) feet to an Iron pipe In re: ESTATE OF MAR 3/13 2tchg 30. bail for the claim. the Drive, Jacksonville,

notice I I. hereby given and designated by the' I (hereinafter referred to THA ROBINSON Deceas name and address of the Florida 32202. Telephone

that the undersigned' la- be IP) located on the ed. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT creditor or his agent or ((904)) 3SS-4403.
plan Agriculture
lain Herres, IIS S. rezoned to R-IA and Ralph Bryan Real Estate 1108( boundary of NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. attorney and the 3/13 3tchg 3/27.:

Thompson" St., Starke, designated Single-' FLORIDA. PROBATE amount claimed. If the

Fla. 32091 doing low Density m ,
family Very
business under the firm 310 W. Call St., Starke
the of S.R.
: property
name of 'MERLE NORMAN Hick, Larry P. Herbert: (Cor. US 301 a CtH Street) 964-8788 .LD

COSMETIC F. Thornton J.E. Z::
Etta :
described as
St.. Starke Flo Hardy follows;: Parcel being In ACROSS FROM WESTERN AUTO. "

32091 intends to the NWV4 of Section 34., lntersl retee both erlna you? '

register laid fictitiousname -, Township 6 S. Rang*22E. check with we c REAL ESTATE-y-1 : r ill'

under th* provisions Parcel of land lying YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A 4% tOAMI garEALTY

of aforesaid South of Wilson Rood Qc ,

statute. and East of Parker Strew.3v4n1EAM61vvtr NSW HOMES 'i R



A ...... ..
cost you nothing.-the, .builder pay I Complete Information PHONE 964-777.
C11 .ITT\
Ita TERWIUEGAR 205 N. Tempi, Storks I

FOREST HOTS. Restricted ecre Lot S2.SOO end up -
Igo W. Call St.

ROLLING HILLS (Beyles, Highway) I acre 4 up ".100 4 FRULKNERREHLTY m 393 N.Temple Avenue,
Or up-10% down. 9&4-50&5 4ALVAOS YARD with 10 SPECIALHERE

I :ecre* ef lend en 301.
Special 20 ACRES Farsyth Rd. $33.000. A NOW NEW HOMES READY FOR
2 Trailer Parks.
01 trailer park. II I trailers. Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. 3 ...._. IVt ....... en 2 YOU $28.000. a UP...FARMERS HOME

01 trailer park II trailers. BR frame house barn op. LAWTE 3 acres 4 up. $3.000 per acre Mrs .. 2305 N.Temple Ave. acme COUNTRY.,. ADM.. VA.. fHA 4 CONVENTIONAL
7.11 well pole 4 nptlc $''.300.
prox. 22 acres,'fenced patturelond. LARGE down pay acres FHA-VA 4 Conv.:Financing Available FINANCING. YOUR INCOME IS $9.000.
10 acre pine $23OOO 4 $24.000.US .
3 1M4_. both, CH/A. In
r: We Handle Rentals' 301 N. 36.35 Acres with 1340 en 301 156.100..term Mini-Storage, SHED' )10 !Vb. Office now rented. to TY..LE US HELP YOU TODAY I

-2 BR unfurnished house. Good T_.. LAWTSV 3 bedreemhom

01 unfurnished epertment. 150 Acres All or. part. Owner reedy to ..11- Make An Washington St. Lot with building' 4 chain link .. *. with adlalnma. InCome -

-4 alt,21an Home. Offer I fence-SIS.OOO. .
-3 BR LAKE HOUSEs Furnished Feb. May. 'Store building' downtown, Call..Over 3000 square...,. propertyEvenings IT PAYS TO CONSULT A REALTOR
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYwarehouse OFFERING APPROX. BOO acre, In serious lecetlens.. .

1 on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great ecr&HO S ACREAGE Vernle P.! 0cI0.Flees... *I ecre 'large two story ACREAGE home lawtey,$21,000 Owner fI...
2V4' iif per acre.Hwy
ocation-i COMMERCIAL
I' alto Phone ...- D .2.6..,.* Hampton SS.SOO Owner Inenced.
1 Tackle and Salt business large Inventory., LOOKING FOR 301 FRONTAGE WS HAVE OVER I MILS lOOW-Beautlful 77 acre*. only $80.im., very good I

One city block In downtown Stark, lUll waiting for the : I IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED. : IN TOWN OUT!I 11 ........ M Pearl Andrew* *5.'acre near Presbyterian Church Hospital. $39.000.
*6.16 acme Crlffl loop timber- SIO.SOO Owner fin.
right business., Great opportunity for downtown mail. 'BO ......Marlon County Owner financed.

I large warehouse, approx. 6.000 sq. ft. Need. roof and HOMES .S ..... Hwy 225, good. 'land. 'In pasture 2.7SO per ecre.2Vt *13 acre 301 4 Morgan Rd. S39.000 Owner fin.
*20 acres 301 N. Railroad prime' Owner fin.
pairs'. Has floor and standing walls. Concrete block horn 3 BR bathe. Family room- CH4A- acre Hampton area ,Include well" septic light I *13 ecres-f ..

; INVESTORS DREAM, Inside. utility separate storage cleeed gareg, excellent pole forms -
*2 acres 4 Home off rd. 125 born fenced 24900.
i, Income Property Will Pay For Itself location. and condition also lot $40,000. .21 acres Hwy 301 South. PRUAP m
*10 ecre* 4 BR 2 Ba brick Rd. 125 Name with extra
01 small apartment complex. Handyman's special I 4 renal 490 pecan tree. 29Vt acres. 12 x 70 M.H. Con. M/A. 2 I
Fenced.. RI( *12 ecre* Rd. 22S Nice home 1 BR 2 Bo CH4A SH.SOO.
unit*. possibly S. BRAND NEW 4 home low down payment 4 Interest MM hookup 26 acres In Improved pasture. 'I
REALTOR *16 acre* Brawnlee Rd. 3 BR 2 Ba CH4A S44.SOO.
01 mall frame house. rat* to qualified buyer. Good location. 30 acm, half weeded, half Improved. ;a-;: ,
*6 acres Neat 2 BR 1 Be off Rd. 121 $32.000.
01 large from house. Needs repair Resident or 4 pasture creek frontage, partially' fenced.

apartments ((4 BR 4 BA). too Slack In walking' distance. to town ee 100 x 178 of- "... acres LAS B VBR' ,fftf. 18.SOO. Owner will I I ''tIP",I' BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

01 2 BR from hau... Apartment on side. Zoned com room for large garden $2B,000. *'.._.. *BBW hSBB..' 301 large bldg.IA' ecre $39,000 Owner financed.

mercial. BRUSH 4 BUCKET 0 13 :Greet property acres from Holldey Inn -* Owner fits.

!.: NEW LISTINGS Handymen, Special Excellent .locetlois. 614 W. Adkln' .. HOMES I..... room, country hem en I : Store, Gifts. 301 S37.SOO. Owner financed.

-2 Dlt.;: Ba. LR. Kit.. on each slde''duplex. brick, landscaped frame LR ....1.. kitchen. w/eer 4 SR I'A Sa t chain TWO STORY Irene. house en Cell Street. Good locetlon.B 3 acre of lend It.be a living :*7000 ... ft. CB bldg.' an Rd. 16 E Owner financed.

:yard. Ink tone* nice teal shed $....000. reoms. 2 baths.HAMPTON room dining room and .Horn (commercial) 4 cottage $12,600 Owner financed.

3 BR. I Ba, Greenhouse Zoned. Commercial. 3 ER.; IB Three acre w/nlce fish pond. kitchen. .best of ell IT) ..3 building en Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed.

:2 Apa/tments Downstairs.' 3 IN. 2 Ba. Upstairs living. ICINGSLSV LAKEi $21.900. Good T_.. OWNER FINANCSDI '404 N. Cherry 2 large furnished Apt. Owner fin.

Quartet Rent will "help pay mortgage. trick duplex with 90 ft. '"t water $".800:' "3 bedroom I beth OIl 1 act*. nice t tree. 17.500. Term S22.SOO. .$SOO. me Income 4 rental Call 4 Bay ....000.

.3 BR 1 Beth on city lot fenced. 13.900.. Apt. complex 301, good. cash flow. Owner fI...

Fleas call u* to 'Hit your property. ROSBV: lAKElloch. .3V. ecre 2 BR I Beth, I9.SOO. COZY FOR A COUPLE lOTS FOR INVESTMENT

johall.rls- I M I me freffos' .heme, with DO ft. on with 50 ft.' .IB acres with 3 BR. 2 Both. C/. home. CH4A ckoln link Well kept 2 bedreem I *7 TRAILER LOTS BROWNLEE RD.

I... Reel tetete Srvkerlu 111"'Doo.STRAWBERRY. fenced ,.,.. many fruit tree', Mveref pecan fenced 4 I lATHHOM..CONV.NI.NTTO I DOWN.
Green Sanders Associate' : cress-fenced pasture. 2 small ........ Terms.Sowhgoto284 av.RYTHI"IO.121.1OO." I 1.1
., acre. well. tank ele. *.. pump bra*. vtll.bldg.M.MO.
A/C unit
ACRSSl I Beth, family roam, corpet.
,Let 4 Butler Court $3990.
i Country Ritete 0 Large -." Cepe Cd e 22S. exterior ..nice t BR. I Bath wfth 4 ecre.irtlvetkM. .
f. and cress fenced ecres.LAWTSYi Hwy Man MOVE lovely block hem Cemmerclel let '' 10'.110' '
next to Terwlllegor'
under barn. end garage -' .. fenced.Great weed J lot '
e* a large with
Owner fin.Cell .
Hampton Oak Lot M 1700 tree.
< pretty .
>>r. Room IS x 21' with flreplece. Separate dining access to Santa Fe Lake. '
1 Owner
St. commerclel, lot 23T x .. 119.BOO fin.
(;'Q/o l Grew your own *trewberrl** *n this .,.... S acres on rose*. Study. 3 bedrooms. 2' both*. 2 ...... ......,Must This wall Insulated .lh..0 '.boosted 11.-_..*. oelghberheed eOOO Owner fI...

....Boa)Retsrt*Broker .... 2JS. has t BR frem house, 4 bed SIB,119. 0". Good t_.. has a fully.eajulpped. kitchen .3 Country Club .lot I Acre seek S6OSO each Owner His.
set Worth-Trail Metal lewteyEXCEltENT Breaker'Ames Three bedroom. I beth eoncret block specious Hiring. room ,
Cell St. eemmofdal .lot low x ,I901 $..tOO Owner f....
Office 72-3911 "Y1112-3096, New t BR home with" Great Room 4 Flreplece.CH4A en 4 ........ Central beet 4 .1,. Fenced. .bach, ..,... Good .leceHon. VAfi...fill.......,... .beat 1;

screw en paved ...... .".GOO Include tractor 4. disk. .her .Only $29,900.. 4 air./ ,1.100.., PREFERRED PROPERTY
NSW HOME IN COUNTRY .... It *Historical SS6, N. Cherry $690 .*. ft. 12 memo IVtbam "

OPPORW.. of lewtey en 3 Ac. 3TUMITY'loo"amentre HOMSSITSSCrosby JPLISH SPLASH, bs yew ,. *- B fireplace. _611eeut1fu11ota.. Owner fie. lie

... 2 ... Flreplece. III..IffFm MANY. MANY OrMlxlfOWT leke restrtcted he_...*.broker-owner. Terms. very own TOOL. this M"I"tkm. I '

nke piece *f Income Rm,Built m v... I,.. I > Bf SORRY YOU MONT CALL '" acre 2000. In town. family.. ...leeser comes wlocetkM '" TWO BEDROOM HOMES

producing property with- 184.OOOe .2 Iota In city" peved .......".101. excellent #*memo I bedrooms, :a ........ .amIV .. SI7 Westmorelene .1 BR I 4 fu..I1.... Owner fin.leke .

1SOO .....ft. home,rental t one Acre *M 3BI wHb sop "AandeyFriday9. .9,..... Setvxsay9.ilEvenings I room a ".." ..... great ,. St.Ocala Block -. tree -. WT.eOO. Owner 8--. .

too l.sOec.!.. ft.Aft Stark en tic md well.. Very pnN4!* ; end Sundays by*|ipeliiliniiSVENIMOSl > APARTMENTS,FOR RENTProperty $? .500oj, I '.MOBILE HOME. Rd. TOM SW Meet "MchardiMit" $3600.TNtTSf .

$6,000. Mngmnt Swvke. Aveileele.Paul .. "
Mt.tOO. |0 A*. $10.000 ,.- On. ', TWO ACRES -2 bedroom I *1SR>S C H.'_ carpet 1 acr Rd. ISO S2B.BOO.
$20.000, BeeullfulStemfetPlne 4 *... 1'...,*.-.Mtter Illllen C.'- H. f.ulkner-Reertor meklle home, "LARGE9AKSV
10 A*. .411 Center St. S BR I .. We* everywhere.. $23OO.
'IN lAWTSV I Black. ,.....' *. .. 964-6200 Brefcer/toleeme Susan M.FoulknerRowhorREALTOR $''.000. .1330 John Dr. Sansteg Heights- good ...............
school. 3 BR Home on Vk' .A*." fe. id, Rxc. 4 Office....ger Evenk.gs4M* J '.
30 Hes rt ell Edwents ... 3 BR 3 B CH4A I AD_
... let SH.MO- Posture $40,000.: :.W 01411ii.Doullas 964-HIB MST' RSDUdOl B reemitreet .Beet neighborhood 1301 Searing 3 M 24 CUBA forage.Move .
Is*. *. Sroker/Selovmon. :It ASSOCIA111111hromeroulknor4vo.9"1111413. oj his* .heato lc. 'purved .. .
BEDROOMS Acre "Ith" Small : '. Right In Comfortable horn I30B Pratt.
f 1964.6" $9,IIJO.. ,
Cell teeeyl Owner "dW fenced. '.Hurry *", I ., V...*M. httl...B..* M+ 44f ';:" ', 11 Moslem AsodO"

end _...127.000. ""S13.SOO. ill"Moody VhIPweMi. Julie U OrI.1106:0"4746,14 .: '. -Tenvllleae* mor"WoorltoVickie
L ) ; 1. ACRES IK the) fteyrteneire
KAMM'ITSELF ..,. Nermen,9e4)776 After Hour* 712-3397
.THE BEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH IS Associate AD...ll.* 6r DiobU heieesy fey I I Klllle IitMtaaa

r >I' .. . ,9"6413 ; .... ..qw,. -""KiWI" DOAl'f'MllAUu' I*,.!"""J ';: t .dl--: I ) Selly II

access ,
t .,:' ,'. .: ,,! ',' : .t

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. I .,,;':f,. : 'iZE5": ,;'.; ;\;. :;.r<. I :"!',.::.: '11i,lf Special Olympians Run..andRun III IIII

I ,, :qi';; V: I ,,..H.,, tJ, :ij-\;\( ..... :;; :..
I ',"
I It was track and field day for\
I II 1' i Bradford Special Olympics competitors :
I Wednesday, March S at the 1
_ BHS track.
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most Americans, the 1980 census children now accounts for less than a
will be simple enough. third of the nation's households, the
A questionnaire will arrive in the lowest percentage ever.
mail on March 28. The recipient will Both husband and wife have earned
simply answer the questions, which Income in about one-half of the 48
will not take long, and then either million husband-wife families in the
mail back the form on April 1 or holdit U.S., a new high.
for a census taker to pick up,depen- The number of moron
ding on the instructions. sharing a household has
What may not be apparent to doubled in 10 years.
millions of Americans, as they As for population distribution, the
answer the census in the privacy and census is expected to define sizable ,.
convenience of their homes, is the population shifts from Northern and
fact that they are making personal Eastern states to the Southern and Softball I
contributions to an undertaking so Western areas. Thrower |
vast, so complex,that the 1980 census After the census figures are in, a I John Davis tries his hand(arm?)af
qualifies as one of the largest shift in the House of RepresentativesIs r the Softball throw. e
peacetime efforts ever undertaken by expected as well.
> this country. California Florida and Texas may ,,; s7
I By the time the last American is each gain two House seats, a result of (
counted sometime during the sum- increases in their population since *
i mer, the Census Bureau will have 1970. Arizona, Oregon, Tennessee, R t, A +- ..:-
i reached an estimated 222 million U.S. Utah and Washington will probably ""si"t '
> residents and 86 million housing units, gain one seat each. Population Clowning Around...
< and gathered more than three billion decreases may mean a loss of four 1 3"r v 3.7 4 '
{ answers House seats for New York. Both Illinois ,4. '.:, Clowns Kim Sapp, left, and Vicki::
The 222 million residents, a 9 percent and Ohio may lose two seats p' t-r '( I Thomas right escort Bercna..:
n population increase since 1970, and Michigan, Pennsylvania aeSouth f Henderson on a Saturday stroll. -- r
include some people who do not speak Dakota may each lose one seat.
( English, people with various political '
I opinions, the rich and the destitute, : J ;
1' the educated and the illiterate, Bike-A-Thon Set
I members of all the earth's races. Thet
census must also assess their
March 22 in KHA
housing..single-family homes,
t houseboats, condominiums, shacks,
( "abandoned" buildings, migrant Bike-A-Thon to benefit the Superior"R.atang Won By ,BHS Band at District
worker camps, jails, school dormitories Florida Cystic Fibrosis Foundationwill ..

I 5 at sea and overseas. The. have cyclers riding two separate Straight superiors, the highest solo and ensemble contests at UF and parents, for to receive a superior tuba; Ben Tankard, snare""drum;
census is expected to county 25 than percent courses In Keystone Heights beginning rating given, were won by the Brad received ratings of superior and ex- rating required hours of rehearsal Kevin Griffis, alto saxophone, and
I more housing units in 1980 at 9 a m. Satarday March 22 ford High School marching band in cellent. during school and after," says director Paula Joiner, baton twirling.
J in 1970. District Contest at the Uiversity of Choosing to play music two Woodfin. Group winners of superior ratings
J At the same time, never in theI Starting point of the race will be the Florida last Saturday, March 8. classifications more difficult than re- The band plans to attend central were the snare drum trio of Curtis
5 history of the census, which has been Keystone Recreation Association's Extending its tradition of superior quired at district competition the BHS state contest in Cocoa Beach May 1-3 Griffin, D.J. Riddick and Kenny
taken every 10 years since 1790, havet concession stand with a short route ratings to 12 years, under new director band performed "Klaxon March" by where the finest bands in the state Perry; the saxophone trio of Richard
tl census findings played as important a being set up for younger riders and a Mike Woodfin, the BHS; band Henry Fillmore, "Symphonic Over- assemble for the final and the Trainor, Jeff Powell and Kevin Grif
role in American life as they do today. regular route contest of the Woodfin fis and the baton twirling ensembleof
r through Keystone again this year qualified for; State ture" by Charlie Carter, and toughest year, ,
Besides Constitutional mandate
the to
Heights for the older cyclers.There is Contest. "Masque' by Francis Macbeth. says. Tammy Starling, Cindy Norman.,
{ provide a basis for reapportioning no age limit. Adults are welcome, The week before, district members "The rating is a tribute to the and Paula Joiner. '
a seats in the House(Representatives, however, a signature on the pledge of the BUS band competed in district dedication of the students and their Excellent ratings went to a snare
the census measures how well the na- sheets for each rider is required to Solo & Ensemble drum solo by D.J. Riddick and the
J Lion is doing, from the block level to have Is needed for entries under the Contest Winners saxophone trio of Cathy Grider, Billy
the entire country Its findings are us- age of 18. Superior ratings in solo contests Tison, and Levance Gay.'
ed in the and sectors to Will Ii stall CulvertA
s decide how private billions of public dollars will be County Only were won by Cathy Grider, bassoon; The superior rated solos and
o Only entry requirements are that Dirk Schmidt, trombone; Betsy ensembles will go to state and com
spent annually the rider provide his or her own bicy- will Yawn, French horn; Ben Tankard, pete with the band."We'll .
'' Planning for the 1980 census which The county no longer cover a minimum of five days notice Is required
has cle and have the pledge sheet with culvert Bradford commissionersdecree to the Road
gone on since the early seventies, county Depart ,.I. .L
reflects this heightened need for the them at the time the contest begins Monday in a policy change... ment with personnel doing the workon
Refreshments will be served
most complete count ever taken, during Fridays, weather permitting.
of minorities. the course of the Bike-A-Thon. Lunches The county will continue to install do,
especially Census questions seek basic Infor- must be furnished by the in- the culverts to grade, for proper your
dividual rider. But the resident must bird in
mation about drainage. buy LOST a long-haired dog
occupation -
and the people-sex like-and about age sub- For further information and the culvert and cover it over with dirt Starke Monday, during the bad
jects such as housing, personal details, phone Carol Howard, after the county crews installs It, the storm. This dog Is white with brown Short Form for
transportation, and energy use. Most 473-2466, or Mitzi Hardenbrook, commission says,according to county spots and answers to the name of
will be asked to basic 473-3591. clerk Gib *
people answer a
census questionnnaire, which has 19 only $7.50lfl.j.
questions. About one of five
siB households, chosen randomly, will be
asked to answer a longer version with :
46 additional questions. f : ; ',.
C Federal law requires everyone to .r.Ilt1t1. ;- :
answer the census; it also protects Ck
It the confidentiality of personal infor ,.
a, mation. The only people who can see .
an individual's replies are census
b' employees, who are sworn to secrecy
iii under threat of a $5,000 fine and fives -
year prison term.
r:) In the 50-year history of the modern On
SI census confidentiality law, not once
in! has the Bureau or one of its .

with employees releasing been census formally information charged Fleetwood Mobile Homes i iI '-

about any individual. Landmark Henryt. W Block : '
court rulings through this century .
have continually upheld the Bureau's .
refusal to release such Information, I Lefsfi9htinflation'
even to the Secretary of State,the At- -
torney General,or to corporations involved STONE RIDGECROWNPOINT ;
in litigation. ':
Moreover, the Bureau designs its together.' :
c, procedures to avoid situations that :_
til could lead to a breach of the confidentiality : .

bi telephone law.numbers Names are addresses never allowed and 'This year we'll prepare your 1040A Short Form f -;

$1 to enter any computer. Social Securiti for only $7.50:? Any state or local return is extra.
ty numbers are not requested by the '
census. talllaolllllllltll.. SOpcometo H&R Block-let's fight ..
cc The 1980 census tabulations willS inflation together.

< yield a comprehensive statistical pic- Several With Fire Places -
Sc ture of the Nation, and over every
,Oi: state, county and community. This H&R BLOC
w: data about social and economic rI9EW
ar characteristics will be used time and Savings On All! Units

plj, again In ways that benefit all strata of THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE
society, though the Census BureauS
the data and USED
merely provides never
wl For example, the 1980 census is ex- : 527 S. Wotr St. Stark, Fla.964SIN. .
th peeled to show that: :JOHN BROWN'SMOBILE i : -

tit women The who number are heading of husbandlessr families has : ;' HOME : ;CENTER; : ; The Monitor Off lev. Ky ton. Heights.

oared nearly SO percent since 1970 toM Phon 473-2351

more The than traditional eight million.family householdof ;'iI'wt.. ;i'cJton', f<
mother, father, and one or more Au.lntm..1.A .i1.M.


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?1 fi! Learns to Live

By Maria D.VillafaneMonitorBCT t"These doctors and therapists were Into laughter or starts giggling when But, she is definitely developing a
'merely treating her symptoms as someone sneezes or does something temper Mary Jo said. For example,
Staff Writer though her problems originated In her that strikes her as funny. She also on one of Rhonda's usual treatment
'eyes, ears, mouth, arms and legs, Ig- began to drool recently which is a days,the volunteers working with her
Rhonda Jean'Knott is a 4-year-old npring\ the Injury, which was m the function that proceeds speech she were doing the exercises wrong and
girl who only, recently began to Betty Jo explained. said. out-of-balance. Rhonda became very
display emotional feelings! such as IIn'( a year of this type of "I expect her to come out with a mad.One of the volunteers said Rhonda
love and anger. ) therapy, Rhonda's vision word one of these days,"Betty Jo said became content when they beganto
I Her parents couldn't be happier! was only slightly Improved.She could confidently. "Speech will come but do the exercises right.
I Rhonda, a brain-injured child still lit Up and hold toys, but she could not the time period (when) is not important Another display of emotion on
cannot say any words, but in a short torn over crawl or even attempt to ," she ,ald.Rhonda' Rhonda's part happened recently
while has learned to make mean- move" her mother said. head size has grown IVt when her parent's went away for 24
'W s. ingful sounds clap with, her tiny (!Then, a new form of light sparked inches since "patterning0 bean, hours to celebrate Betty Jo's birth-
y hands, leamd to sight read by pointing hope into the hearts of Rhonda's along with her foot size day. Rhonda displayed an unusual
to three-Inch flash cards and father and mother Tony and Betty increased weight on it. She finger amount of happiness when her
knows how lonely it feels when Jp-they learned of "patternlng"-a feeds herself and has a very good ap- parents returned Betty Jo said.
,"mother" Isn't around for a full 24 program for brain-damaged persons. petite, her mother said.
'hours.A (The Knott's were Introduced to thisprogram One of the more outstanding results Betty Jo said of the program "It
victim of lack of oxygen duringthe called the Doman-Delacto from the treatment has been the hasn't been easy and there are no
? $ fetal stages of her, life Rhonda treatment through! the news media. development of Rhonda's personality. shortcuts. Her therapist told us it
a1P had been diagnosed with cerebral They read an article in a Jacksonville "She doesn't suffer from lack of attention would be tough. It takes time,energy,
palsy by doctors, according to Rhon newspaper about a family faced with her mother said, and she dedication and effort. You can't do
da's mother, Betty Jo. a similar situation cries only when she Is hungry or hurt. just 90 percent of It. You have to do it
Now a giggly playful, vigorous lit tThe Knott's set out to learn more all if you want your child to get well.
tle girl, who quickly trots)around her about this controversial program by "There is only one thing worse than
grandmothers living room floor near contacting a private therapist who "y.-'i' J chip; ram. and that is to have a
Keystone Heights, Rhonda was born was certified by the institute which slR with a problem there is no
functionally blind. She could not even developed this method of helping answer for.
sit up until she was almost two yean. ,brain-injured children and adults. "Her therapist Gene Lewis of
old, her mother said. Glen Doman, the director of the In- Atlanta, Ga., gives us no sympathy
As a baby, Rhonda was a poor s Lute for the Achievement of Human and will not waste his time with bedside
eater, slept around the clock and had Potential based in Philadelphia, ..? manners or sweet talk. He is in
weak muscle tone.Doctors told Rhon- founded the program approximately the well-kid business, not the sympathy
w da's parents of Orange Park that all 25 years ago.Doman ;' business. He said there are lots
of these weaknesses were due to said in one of his many of places to get sympathy. And he Is
"delayed development" and most published books that children should right. For over two years we got lots
children outgrow this feebleness not be denied the functions of creepIng of sympathy, but Rhonda was not one
,eventually.At and crawling by placing them in bit better," Betty Jo said.
the age of one, Rhonda was braces casts, wheel chairs, standing
"quiet, rarely crying and did not de- tables or walkers.What In a telephone interview,Lewis said
mand attention" Betty Jo said. ( children need to experience is Rhonda has definitely improved in all
Is now able to laugh when something make her happy. Doctors then placed Rhonda on a movement, he said and the floor Is her functions since patterning was
physical therapy program, but it wasa the best training field for this. started.He said her mobility or move-
while before even slight pI'OIreSIln (After years of studying hundreds of ment, verbalization, manual dexterity -
her condition was noticed. injured children and hundreds of nor- visualization, bearing and skin
mal babies, toddlers and youngsters/ A,LIn sense have all improved.
'-: the techniques of "patterning" were When Rhonda began therapy at two
devised by the institute. years and three months old. she was
.. '. .\ J 'The\ patterning technique Is as functioning at a neurological age of
,:",P.I" '....J:. ,. 1j" follows: Four persons stand around a 1% months, be said. Rhonda,
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-\o\<': ;. 'I",, \ specially built table while Rhonda is a 3Vi-years-old now is functioning at a
r ; placed on her stomach on the table.One neurological age of 1% years, Lewis
1 ;, 7at. r. then to turn the said.
j"t.: ; person proceeds
j" / child1 s head, while another turns the "She Is doing very well but has along
T feet and legs and two persons on way to go," he said. If she con-
\ ',. ;' either side flex her arms. tinues the rate of growth she has been
} fit Is all done smoothly and ; progressing atl there Is every
rhythmically to imitate actual crawling ; possibility that her functions may
motions. We are passively telling reach a normal state at a later date.
her nervous system the way it feels to Lewis emphasized however that the
move." Betty Jo said. time frame could not be predicted.
She added that thousands of hurt Holding onto the ladder Rhondacan Lewis, who was In the area to ex-
amine Rhonda, said, "I'm real pleased -
q 1J children are being helped through the now walk slowly back and forth "
Institute's methods; some become without with her.
totally well and others are.greatly im'the anyone's support. Rhonda's mother said "I just wish

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"patterning"treatment for little
over a year,has succeeded In mastering
feats her family never thought

,possible.Rhonda sporting a cute red outfit, ISM 4w. T
began to demonstrate with her
mother's and grandmother's help all ..
.. she has learned to do; which includes
thinking as well.
... With a portable ladder'about 2V4
feet off the ground the brown-haired, ,
Keystone volunteers working with Rhonda applaud her clies. Rhonda bal every right to applaud herself blue-eyed little girl began to walk
for successfully completing a set of "patterning" exer- underneath it, supporting herself by
holding on to the ladder rails-wlth
help from no one.
Her eyes not wandering as much
any more, showed somewhat her
understanding of what her motherwas
Motors asking her to do-"Come on
Terwillegar Rhonda-take another step-walk."
Rhonda obeyed her mother's commands -
by slowly taking several steps
to the far end of the ladder and turn-
ONLY TO GET IN ON FORD'S FUEL ing around by herself and repeating
the same.process. Betty Jo was proud
Besides learning to walk by supporting -
her own body weight,Rhonda has X
8 D AUS BUY ONE OF OUR HIGH also mother's learned to word-questions sight read and by identifyher poin-

ting with her hand or grabbing the oA. -ft
: MILEAGE 1980's' 'AND. GET:A correct three-Inch flash card.Rhonda
LEFT picks the right card 90 percent of the

CHECK, FROM FORD time said., her grandmother Mary Brut

She also began to make meaningful
sounds Betty Jo said She breaks out. Betty Jo. playing with Rhonda and her toy doll.

we had !known about' patterningsooner
$50&Will% $300i but moat physicians are not
FIRESTONE familiar with it and if they are. they
STARKE think it is too hard on the family and
never mention it. I would like to see
doctors at least give parents the op-
46 i ON THUNDERBIRD ON FORD FAIRMONT U.S. 301 N. Sta'rke, Fla. tion knowing about patterning and
964-6436 9646438We then let parents decide for
themselves. Once we found out aboutit
; Also SellMULTIMILE ,there was no doubt In our minds but
that we wanted to try it. The earlier
-\\ TIRES you begin patterning, the better the
7.- results, because every day a hurt
1 First Quality child Is not better, he's worse.Rhonda' .
e Mrs. Brut
grandmother, ,
i e Road Hazard Guarantee said in the past year about 125 persons
have given of their time and efforts to
EPA : ::pJ.t) :JeC4fer help the Knott's with their daughter.
IPAEST. A20 $4988 Some volunteers present at one session -

@ G 26 MPG+ @ Est MG QPW MM WIG+ r..r. time commented was rewarding that because giving of Rhondawas their

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much improvementover
snowing so
1950 EPA-slot oo npanwn rte.
speed dktanoe a d ww AoAlol nMlsaa tvptrwoy tong n5.oa dMwd.prxJkpon nep'ooony Rotated andCompnter Special :::,1f --I' a period! of time."She's Improving
be lower and it shows one
Front only for most u.s. qf.lI In week's time, 48 volunteers
I one
TAKIDCUVIRY before) March 22.1980. and receive a check directly from FordMotor !""d 4 car*. Additional (.arts. FZtU.iil _1m donate a minimum of two hours oncea
I.' Company or apply an equal amount to your down payment.Offer good at Ford Dealers only on TIRES '.NI... at extra coil 44uTan.. iftup week. The treatment is scheduled

new 1979 and 1980 Thunderblrds and Fairmonts! including. dealer-owned demonstrators.. Trunk *11'5White So v.ltMVICU INCLUMl WkU_ -a :_ ; (twice daily for two hours each session
a Can I. ...._Itwrt .bra*. H71-I1 t4TUNEUP six days a week.
OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 22. Some of the more recent volunteers
Spoke t =- nd ttu.yrt ; ire:Sherry Strickland.. E/ne Parker.

New Shipment Of Pick Up Trucks With 6 Cyl.'Over Drive WREUS.n.. t.lyer.' 4- CYL '0 CYL. '8 CYL. Lora Huston.Sylvia Lillian Sanders.Bannon, FranTurknett. Pat

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', '." caree. "* .0M a -.-.....N- Diana Ward Melba. Wetherbtgton.
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS' I 7. ..to........es.ri .Wheel Alignment Marilyn Bridges. Rae Greek, and'

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:, 't. ,: Indians For Track Win

I Y : Lady Edge Jasper

.SlIM Wa/1Ta0aV(5))....
Keyst ee Heicbta High ScbaoTsi ". : ---11II----
LOKJuapcr s gels ratt tea edged Jasper by die I 1,4..
alimet .f marctasSMI fa a ulri.tinset H'Is1.TL..a CllII') '''
at Jasper"-Ia ,. The KHHSi --1'1'l.a..r.I1.0)...

j.aIa...elraa.a..c..... 4 Wa.-..,.. on the."short...end Georgia to po.m-(M) ,, 5.I.I.. I..LAI11.hIS..n ...,. 551 ..... WACIS

J..e* sail** i Janer(M)with 17 pII IIIIL Hardies Wiser eeg rgr-Ivan....._*)w*_p75.1.. ..." :
*..*. .. f ....... 5.55.s .
wfcsTkarWay. Last tborsdsy. dw fiorkla SdIaaI Mm 11 j Cravey mess.wtf aM asss11s ss.S/OM .
g. 11 i Ik* foek by tie fJtOttetwmmHlt __1/,..* :
for the Deaf Bond look bothi .... ) ---- '. .
a faor-tmn soeet OB the KHHS val is.We Y ........ tie _. -

with the boat Is Bas boys toting second d' ..iFgie M itysaaae tact m.-,.....M. grU..M .
and KHHS : n.M8J'. IMF 00.115 CM.aat.--
girls pissing : .... .
third. 7 as'WSaas"01 HA.-5)eaSy*?"""(a)''* I ,
Tke DAB bys outdistanced sa rtltr as-.1-M(5)---11I)455. ..
..... "
Keystone 114-53 followed by Is>- 0_-_51." ..._"'"55555_(5)*.... ..
terbcbea. 47. and Oak Ban 3C. The _CllA..CIQ..H.II' : )If_....
DAB girta:scored u pools to top larbetas aas wall 101ST 7S.KHHS 52. and Oak Ban --- *... "
50'5.si 04
4. .- P7 I--. .. ...- "-III)
Only Isorrey Cravey and Keith ,
.JomscoddKWewu.: for the hudians us.r...."-
but both claimed a pair of victories: 54a.105045.I.sass.
Cravey took both hurdle runs sally 111'1' n-0'P.51.T1IPl"-'*_.. )-ass(5)1.1
with It* and 43-5 clockings wad. ----11II.----( )
Jones vaulted..4..in the fang lump, 11II"-
won the ao in 2:18 and took third by
clearing to the high jump No boys
won at Jasper though Cravey and
Jones eaNaming ch scored twice.DAB'S Joey FLORIDA
Unbeaten Indians and basketball) led his tam with

wins in the sigh lump and discus -r.raos.-a1s THEATREStarts3
.... .
'I4. asday. __..a--a-aw_. .o51.w e.I.1-5 Y.W -gai
---11I----11II.... 84-54 51Frf.

Get Stern Test TodayKeystone "This was our first meet with both as-14-.--III_a..M_--IIQ.meSs 5q 1154.I ... -_w" M.0..-_w 04..I.a...--11II.( .... .. Sat. & Sun. -
Morrey and KeIth out from basketball as -IOIL --------\1Q
n or-t4 Ira
and they scored. 33 of our 53 points." _1a.41....as--a1 p as 5si 05.5411.2.r-a.--fill.. ... ;Aft* ;,thiJAWS

Indians noted KHHS coach Pete Valentino. --11I- 0..as as.......--11II.I ....
Heights High' The bot-Utting Indians battered -We're counting on them a great deal --11I-- 05WTIS III 4.1.. It .-.
continued to breeze its baseball niaerm I 54 ._ OSaagal.0 0
by opposition Hawthorne: for 17 hits nine in a because we're very young other- "-.5(Si 5.5.a .
last week, winning three last inning uprising-win 13-2 wise." IUs----11II-_(4 laa_ a a05.5T messy 0q.1 w.1 s5.w 15.5 aae mevlree..e

games by a total score of 32-3 to go toW last Thursday.Sioiey was the biggest On the girls side at Jasper the Lady -- .... ---erg_-loss......ass's.1s ..II---11II.
>on the season. stick, bashing four hits inching a Indians took Just bur wins (two by x 1/.11 Lr1.o a .......
The Indians ripped Billiard 11-0 triple and double. in five at bats, andscoring Mickey Sibley in the 880 231.4 and .1a. -. an ass (ceas15. s. _--\1Q-1'IJ ,!:.
1s-ass --
Tuesday Bight after bouncing In- three tunes. Jeff Stone was but used their eke .3S1a -
mile) depth to out ---ass % :
terlaeben 7-1 and pummeling 34or-4 wan four runs scored and two + -.w.--It-
the win. Sibley scored in four events. .ss ra1. _Ar ion((5).r- 2
Hawthorne 13-1- meaning they've nbtaes. and Dyal. Stovall. and Chris Betsy BoatwrigM jumped .4 to ..t...JtAuaOHU* ( ).... IIQ.) "_It KVN ITarn pas
outscored the opposition 54 to 11 thus Pnebard all had two hits.In the ninth- take the high Jump and Sibley cruisedto -a..lA w....So-11as1-0p.....Sara 5.15Onus10.51 osos 0 am.s.any .
-III. _Off n.
far. inning alone, wbere the Indians ran an easy no win ahead of teamateitell I..a-A--i I/I) 154..0.5 aMT III) I** 4II.! ...._ a coos" (w
"But AArrumerup Neabeiij any from the Hornets after leading Qa Dickinson I for the only home -xmui 01)IK.iPvrfMuHmni ----IIQ.....
(state class last year) just 4-2,Chris Pncnard bad two hits squad wins in last Thursday's meet. 5S(q K4. --w asaesa
Thursday (March 13 at 4 p.m.). and Bostick bad a triple Stovall a double. Ter.N.....____04a....PTn
that's to be first big test." Mike -III.....
going our Sibley, Dale Furlong. Stone.
Pienon Taylor outran Keystone w-4.--11II.-. w-.as.Li R5.11.1..Q as-5d
noted KHHS coach Rodney Nelson. Graziano and Dyal singles./ KHHS 84-39 last Wednesday in a boys meetat v.4. &.
Then !here we go. GHS (Monday. sent 13 to the plate in the seventh. KHHS. Cravey took both hurdles .r.0..055.04 n....11m.sale'...... ems-seas.......-e/11sasf((5) 301 DRIVEIN .
March 17 in Gainesville). Starke Bostick benefited for his first win of the ..sans,5055(q a,0.. s10.V ml(5)hIS <***._4 sill_( )Is-re.a ails STaaqv.5
wins in his first meet of year.Walt 0---11II...... :
Tuesday. March 18 at home at the ,winning on a 13-strikeout. Fri. & Sat.
season and ..
Honey won the high jump 880 -1'1&6.-11II. --s1.A-rx. _( )__n115a051a5e
7:30)... we're getting into the meat of 3-tut complete game. He struggled a (over fellow Indian Alvin Stanley), seas saga pawl-4I..a pas 557is %.
our schedule now. bit with/ his control walking seven.Hamburger. and Dale Seymour flung the discus --r.-aa -15155 mew(IQ..... THE CHAMP
"I'm kinda anxious too." be added. ---- i-0 wf a.U-OJ.) ....1555 III)
102 feet for KHHS' five wins. PLUS
11.1.4..w-pa aaY.--- 5.11x.LBEW
for the kids to .
It's really not good II rm
win like this. It's getting hard to get -. .. S 1I..a CRIME BUSTERS :
ass 1 5 4W.
them up. They'll be up"for Newberry .-......
though. I guarantee it.
Nelson said Grady Bostick will -I' Sun. Mon.

start against Newberry with/ Clark W as 1- 7 r I
1- -1 I 4 5
Stovall available ia relief.
Tuesday's win over Milliard was a/1.1s1.w.....-.....-.-....
another yawner as junior Jim Gruen- --0la 1.....
wald notched his second win on a as-1..11..5

three-hitter. He struck out nine walked 115 ... I I 4Ile
just one. and got last-inning relief .1.5,11.555
help from Scott Harvin to save the ....-1...,.
..--.- _
shutout.Dyal's a.5105.111v 4 504.. '
leadoff homer down
the short left field line got KHHS
batsmen off and running and the Indians Cookout at BI -KHIIS Baseball ..

made the most of six hits to The Keystone He ights High School track ft field team win bold a hambuiger BOTCH iidS.XDANCE- .

score a dozen times. Sam Sibley had cookout at Tuesdayand night's (March 18) 7:30 p.m. baseball game between KHHS..

two sacrifice Dys to score runners. Bradford High at Joel Bryan Field.. _--_ **?, .- ztf THE (ULTSATS- .:. :
and Stovall bad RBI "?
Kenny Jennings Proceeds wil for t/Kk '. 'J
go t o purchasing equipment the KHHS learn* / RafedtPQ I
singles, Keystone accepted six
walks and one hit to score six times in
---- --
the sixth/ with reserves batting.

The Indians ripped Interlachen for I SALE ROSE BUSHESMANY
the second time this season Friday / OF

night.March 7.Though not hitting the VARIETIES &COLORS
ball as well as they did the first time
against the Rams the Indians got 1' f IN BUD & BLOOM

seven runs out of seven singles and CONTAINER GROWN 398
Stovall and Scott Adams struck out 11
and stifled the Rams on four bits. r
Stoval went six fanning nine and 0i

walking no one before giving way to --, LANDSCAPEAZALEAS
Adams because a blister on a pit ,)(,.:,,-.

ching hand finger. Adams got a l .r- .. .
ground out and two K's In the seventh. CO* ., .:
"Both of them pitched really well" 1ii

Nelson commented. "Clark went to COW t:? ? 1V IN BUD 75

:3-and-2 just one time,be had excellent q- ? SAVENO 1
contol.' Nelson pointed out that only

five balls were bit to the outfield aU MANURE REG. 2.49...... AGENCY APPROVED

day.Grady Beetle led the Indians with/ ORGANIC A9III9ALS&VEGETABLES

two hits and three RBI's and Jenningsalso 1-11 Analysis ,
had two safeties and scored SPECIAL
twice. Bo tick'.two-run single in the 40LB. PLYWOOD

second scored Jennings and Sibley for BAG 239 PETUNIA
a lead KHHS never relenquisbed.Jen- ONLY '
rungs and Dale Furlong bad RBI's

four later bases.while leadoff hitter Dyal swiped ,REPOT NOW 'TOMATOTRAY ox S8C / CCX 3 PLY !/ GDI 4 PLY

Tigers Take 3rd USE QUALITY OF 6


$6.86 L39
County High's Tigers placed POTTING SOIL FERTILIZE FRUIT
third in a field of five teams in their 1 I:
track It field opener at Trenton last

Tuesday. 20 QT. 19 SHADE 1 EES N3W .
Trenton won the meet 17- 7 over :.:" ..
Cross City with the Tigers third with ONLY fin '
58 points ahead of Bell 11. We Carry The Complete Qro-Tooe

.'We just took 13 guys over there so 49 Line Of Plant Foods Mad 'i <:
I was really pleased with bow we 40 QT. 3 CASH CARRY
did,"said Tiger coach: Ed Davis after Especially For Florida?
the season start. ONLY

UCHS got five wins with/ Willis 0"--
Quarterhorse' Highland figuring in ALL SIZES POTS ,.+

three. He smoked a 48.S 440 split to AND PLANTERS MICHIGAN PEAT

make up a 35 yard deficit and carry ; SPECIAL J:

the mile relay unit across first ran Bacterially Active 4& Q
| 8
with Dennis Sirmones Irvin George. (i .s .. nL
and Phillip Jackson to victory in the All Organic. 40 Lb. Bag jjr :: Ae
440 relay, and turned right around "
and ran 51.0 for first in the open 440.

Greg Jones added a win in the mile ''I.: .ItQ

880.run and Tommy R.oberlook the \ I TORO RED TAG SALE I .,;::T.10 It

The Tigers nest run at Newberry may
SAVE 30 lOW Oil TOIO ::L'
Thursday March 20, with In- '.
terlachen PKY. Hawthorne, and the 21" SELF-PlOrELLED NEAR BACGEX. .

host Panthers. "". .,.


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-M_a--n..... aLI EST ((535 E. CALL JT.IS4574S .

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March 13.1980 Pace 58
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Union 'Weightmen


3rd at State MeetUnion

'1 ql S County's Tigers, state AA Chiefland behind the leaders. UCH. Jt I O4rSSA
wt weightlifting champs a. year ago had a shot to be closer to the top bu

Record were in the hunt for another title last heavyweight Jimmy Norman pass

Setter Saturday finally settling for a tie for Ing lower weights to try for a state title
third place. and crucial points couldn't make
Tornado Newberry and Wakkulla shared the any of his clean and Jerk tries.
Puttman the title with 35 points apiece while the UCHS did have one state champ as,
for win and
hot 35-2 one Tigers totaled 21 to deadlock with just as expected Tim Holmes was
unleashed the discus
then head and shoulders above his competition
school record and meet
a in winning the 132 pound class
record 125-1 to win both .
BHS LiftersGo with a 505 state meet record total.
at the
her specialties
Dean O'Steen with
came through a second -
17-team. Palatka Invitational. for StateEight at 148 (490)), and Terry

McDowell Don Clyatt and Clayton

Bradford High weightlifters Parrish all gathered points with L :

will compete at the state class AAA fourth places.

weightlifting championships to be

held at Daytona Seabreeze High ItenTolelii. .
State Meet Disappointing for Norman
(!..4 IMlken. alaod
School Saturday, March 8: )
BHS coach Carlton Faulk said ........ y* KM* taM '''.'''._. M. Te.y ttoIt ..., After a stellar junior season of welghtliftlng Tiger heavyweight Jimmy Nor
man ended the year on a down note at the state title meetbenching 320 but
lifters making the trip are: Todd *4Tk.Tiny McDowell''* |''".. .
IN IM TIM H01MII bombing out' on the clean-and-jerk as he went for the win.
Sammons IW-IM-KW
Danny Nugent Bobby 4* Doa clyMt'
Martin, James Yeomans, Mike Jordan .
; 14* Sod DM O t...IU.nt.4MIM .
;; Eric Carroll Ricky Griffls and ...k.ct.v.* ........Me-ni-.aiHVr. .
Allen Scott. .Jh.my Herman MM(..._deea end.Mil).

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BHS Takes 4 Wins .

I STARKE STOREMtYDiscontinued On sato Thursday,

At Palatka TrackFour Paints Friday & Saturday!

individuals and a relay team ar.d'......Ir.....-Mn(. F Tremendous Discounts ________________________________________________________ _,NEW
from Bradford High placed in the High Jumpl TERESA WOODY lB...... Assorted Colors'
17-team Palatka Invitational last Shot Pull MARIAN PUTTMAN IB M-llt.
Black Interior & Exterior I
34V4 HouaeholdlI
Saturday and both the Tornado boys .11....' PUTTMAN IB) .8>>....41 LORI CHAP-
won In a three-team meet in PEL UII.IMl .
Stare Tuesday.Of H.d|. ISP II.!,?.SI.CHRIS HAMILTONIIOI.Hl check
the six places BHS garnered In (a' IS.'. I '
JUDY HANKFRHON Palatka four were wins with Marian .., LOUETTE SMITH IB IT..... 'Hlied' II I 10n' Ct !
Puttman taking the spotlight with a CII.\PPEI.I e) "1.3. I 1.rT
school and meet record discus fling of 131.: HANKERSON! (IB 40*. paie' _
125-1 and a 3&2V4: shot put. Her discus ( >TI4Ml _
throw was nearly 15 feet better than WILLIAMS (B) I:M, NIX (B) I:M. ,
her previous school record. Mile Hunt TIFFANY GRIFFI8 (B) 4iZ4. Pt

Louette Smith also bettered her CAROL I-MII.I HILDRETH RIFFUI IB(B)S 11:41:It. HILDRETH IBI price cuts that save you up to 39 %
own school record with a 61.0 win in U
14134w t a
the girls 440 and older brother ReliJI BRADFORD W>
Richard Smith easily won the boys Mils Relays BRADFORD 4,::17.'nvl.Ioo.1 8.00 VALUEITOOMAKIMBUUD.)

half-mile in 2CM.0.Teresa Woody took ) .*t aI18pl.lumniryiIWInnen ...... 15" .
fifth in the girls high Jump with a 4-8 BOYS- P.I.... IU. Oramt Pork. SIN G. "" ,. TIWSO SMWTS
clearance and the Tornado boys mile R.otolde :33. O. Vmmiard 241. J. Wolhm Ul*. Irl 'T ;
Nonh M.rlon a O. BiicMoliH) .M AuuMln. II.ClInnvlllBHSI 6.94
relay unit (Smith John Bennett
*.BRADFORD.Cloy S.J. Lee 4. 11 i
Jonathon Johnson and Barry SJ Lulhrraa:3. Fl.gler t,CiMcem City I.Like Cllj 1 I / TVBRBI Ma
Thomas) also placed fifth with a a O. Form 4.IMHHl E
3:40.1 time. They bettered that with a Klmler IOV.> 14.t 51 ( tl Y Y Cotto55bndMad-
Ill S.m el. (OP) .t omery dilillid taltlianop
3:38 clocking BHS beat Sante Fe
Mlle> McMulln COP) 4l.21.4 oloaurao, otH '
and Clay 93-66-21 Tuesday at home. 44* Relay P.Ia." 41444TI .' ad yoke,long etaavmoneSJ4.L
The places in the Palatka Invitational StMtoy IOF 49.1 j >l_ .
SWIM Hardy (P) :Ml 1tr
put Bradford Hiqpt'51 of, 17 on MltMllet RICHARD.MITIH8BAD .. .... ._ t, '
: .
I : .rrpl Dsu '1DllLTATO.
the boys stde and 7ttolT7 WfM girls 'E'- ,, : :( -
OrMKa 3yt: l' i.. 'W3 ) 1
= = .
portion. "We're doing jusrwhat I had :IP/ 25.I Y'! O 4.
would do we're showing 84r..ll IGB) .,51.4 i'h..
hoped we Mlle P.I. ,.... ..... VGOJ
Ruby ''' 3:155 BRADFORD! <=
well in the big meets where our quality IJoIon_.Barry ............ _."1, 8nHk ":...1U jumbo roll 18S ono ply 49 ID
comes out said girls coach ..(Immft J.......(F)X.... m .. save up to 39% ) SHOMTSLCCV*
Grover Howard.The Triple: Jump Jok... (PI) 4B4DHMBit WERB148. "I'CLAIRDL KMIT IOLOs
Hlllll (CI) I4M I
BHS girls won over Santa Fe FINAL NETS w.R.edo, + '/
Slot PM> Gregg ICE HWHl
TSttOWaWLMyMvlng 1 60 2C&.7myJr
88Vi to 36tt Tuesday. h Jump I Compton IJW>4>4 O Ulk..a.5.Haw(LMdwws 1ri a / I '
Other highlights of that meet were Polo Vwillt. McHlnmx (IF) 134) tonevWsave wbll with 6/l"ACM) COLOATITOOTM4'AaTi 416 IW DISCOUNT PBICISoUdo
Danny Hildebran's hurdles double- GIRLS O. V.......... 55%. N rlk MlrtOH..,. O. WIM WAS T4H A e and Mrioaa m
personal record skimmings of IS.3 F.r M 11.Om_|..P.r..<<1. E."Udd1.Lak Ctlytt AJWW>EXTRA DRY 11.BCTRA 0111 n5oolyI.r.o1wn.Y5..oPREP
and 42.4. Also Johnson set his best of : BRADFORD 1:1: .Lees JH8 22.J.WollMill 12 ro |.69 ,/ 16'x"a MM pdyotorooiton
23.8 with a second in the 220 Todd .M AUfloUIno II... 8 .ltra Bt II.. Flulor II, more I ::= .,sjn.ua.Soa a N.
P.I.... .. BMkkoli. Cmeral City I. SJLulliem 1.G6
Sammons went over 11-0 in the pole t.8ha4 tt-oALLON 'r. .sx._ //

vault, all the BHS boys relay squadswon Pull MARIAN PUTTMAN BRAD ::11I-.'. MeeTAL OAS anWARATIOH OINTMENT I es
and Puttman won both girls U.g Jump i Balloy ILC IT.. CAN MT WAS-M4...-......-.-.. 1.28OLAINOLHERSALBSBENCE5HAMPOO .
weight throws. Hlgk Jump Bailey (LCI, .- ..... I) TERESA MEN'S PREW ASHED 10'h OZ.

BUS runs today at North Marion WOODY DI..,...(BRAD MARIAN) 441 PUTTMAN BRAD 119-1 .m.a 1.-.Dr1.OIyWAa'TM..H1.09: COTTON DENIM JEANS u XMITCAMOHRWN

against the Colts and Gainesville (I........ Md nerd record) r
Buchholz. II4LHI .WiflorOl IOV 14.IIM 1.97
: N...... CO"I II.. v:4 94

ails ke?>M,Ia.,. F.44.Clay SIWinner Mlle Dotder CHS. ..1:21.<..l ttrlt .-. ...' OUIIOIBCOUNTPIUCa .
444 Relay O. V. SI 3444t .
( !8 BHS lateral. wa.4wn 5004-cat otytomtn Si p041.0. w,5111 ow_ .
..... --. Sw-hooked a..nlm0d..d.s a.
1>1. ALLEN! SCOTT 111.11..4) BRAD. ree.rdl. WtRt*... NOW 740S0Ss'
HILDRETH <8( "'-1.
.. ... Stafford. ] IOV)411KM
Hint Pal CMIIlK )- .. II HUNTER
: Subdl IJWI I:30 IMUo
Medley Nortk Marks<:31 S f
3)414. 215 t N....... IOF) 14H1Mlle JOG SHOMTS POlVISTmTIMMSvHOfTT
Hlgk Jump STEVE MARKS i-lt. 01.. DoMer. GUS lltW .. WAIST
8F> i-f. BARRY THOMAS IBI' M ? *
Poole Vault TieTODI SAMONS ... Mile Rely O. V.ngu.rd4:145Lady
1IUo.......r 114.... 4)) BARRY THOMAS (B) 1.66 4.O6
.4. -
IMl, RoSy O ia......31' BRUCf SIMMONS O/D RATTI81S 1 :
.4, 41 STEVE MARKS I*.TIMHHl Tigers Poty/cotlon aooaa wWieoniroat
DANNY HILDEBRAN III. N MI8F trim. Irroo.SM.L. ] l 04oakMt U Sk51 1
) It.. BARRY THOMAS ''.1. MARTIN 190wnraaeo 1.T7 5.66 2.22 /
Fall to RamsThe
2W, Reky CI 131: JONATHON JOHNSON ) 1OOH (, our
.. agio OjuaNiy) O rD Jot-opray etaano you Hfi 4)uty vtny a4wy
of Union County
HILDEBRAN Lady Tigers katlarloo l onburotor. 1 o*.can.norouMOtrr SolId bw ooupMn9 v hoops pool wn.
*IMl, HILDEBRAN ....,DI._ SP)411 High were dealt their first Softball

BARRY 44., Cetemaa THOMAS SS>.A.......SI SIMMONS(Bt Maaai ... defeat by Interlachen last Thursday per prices! super buys!
RICHARD SMITH IBI. 1 5:14.Mile| Newberry Wednesday and goes to
Hem. ISP !:'*, II CURTIS JONES (B) Chiefland March
.:... today Thursday 13.
1-Mllei RICHARD WARREN! IBI' II':M:,... II for a 1p.m. game. The Lady Tigersare
ANDERSON IB> 12:41. back home Tuesday. afternoon.
44* Relay BRADFORD Uakaeeej, Hiwklae. March 18, to play Hawthorne! at 4.
11I.1.*. In last week's loss the now M UCHS l
Mil R."r> BRADFORD CJ"..., Barry -
ne...... .....-. HmHIi 1::J>. girls poked just seven hits and helped
Mile Madly BRADFORD IMirka. H.wkl.1.BeeneM. Interlachen ((2-0) to their 13 runs with
Je .el.,.. 11 errors. "We played bad". emphasized

UCHS coach Randy
Register. "We had a lot to do with ovr'TOMAAM- ,

TornadoNetters beating ourselves. We didn't hit the
ball and then we had all those errors. 1.24

Gaile Rogers was 2-for-4 with a HIR DISCOUNT WWCB
FallClay home run and page McGIll was J-for-3 t ( J ,. LAIJIII"SoI'C.UOIaa'Tew. .
Union Kim Crawford ..150,5.IrLAMOUSMAKSl POLYII8TW.
as bright spots niiXoN'stACKa SWIM SUITS
both the Tor- .
High dumped Ann Biddlx and reserve Diana Pace roe.,e L !
nado boys and girls last Thursday added the only other hits. CArmcs-TitACK MAMAOBVOKYUI fsso" vim.POOL AMHATTIVIS* 3.94 S.96 8.88
winning the girls match 6-1 while edg-
InS the Tornado boys 4-3. l./.wh.. S H t t 88 8.8 3' 1.67 WER04JS.: OU DISCOUNT PRK* OUR MSCOUHT PMC
41 W> 5 l> II SHnli
The BHS net teams now both 5-4 for 'CmiH: > ,Ml' (41 | .. 4 r II WMr ::::; IYBMUPTOlTK WAS7/i A5.75.4 Cotton knit v-nooka, m. M weLL Sort .... Colertul ffm. end slow pot.. ,
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the season were to host Union County p.i.-r." ,. !! W" 5502454 SI Mw :31,31.SuB-al oop Mtottod orooao.
Wednesday and host Macclenny today willi AWPM re..1.. giiim or Mdraj ha* 55. t o prices on shoes!

Thursday March 13, at 3:30 at
school.They host Santa Fe
ugh. Union Co.

Pratt won his number onesingles
match &-3 but the 'Devils took Dixie Boys

the rest of the singles to clinch before

BHS swept the doubles. Only BUS'top .Start

girls\ player,Janice Jockel, could win.. '

t'WVre Just In a midseasonslump. :The Initial baseball practice for the

... and not having Chub Union County Dixie Boys baseball \ \" \..,.:,.,
(number one man Chub Johnson) for team that will compete in the Lake City sutc motsosa
this match again didn't help t us.'" league (ages 13-17): will be held M NTnwrruuir FT. VWYIMUNNUI Thl.?.U1M RUG MA11NSes ilbOTt aANAaatOXCOMM13.SS tIYsoSS

.', Monday March 17. at RMC field = ; 7 94: 9.S8 5.941.
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I Tornado 9 Snaps Two Game Losing SpinBradford's Lots of -

Tornadoes broke a two- helped BUS amass a M lead right off The Tornadoes lost a back-and- .and Clark both swatted three hits and Buddy '

game losing spin with a 6-5 road win the bat. Kenny Clark, whose 3-2 pit- forth tussle with Macclenny-Baker Scott Hudson went 2-for-2 with two Softball'Collings

over Palatka Tuesday night- game ching record matches the team and Thursday night at home as the RBI'a. Parado's three hits In'four ';

BBS coach Mike Hartley termed shows what a one-man staff Bradfordhas Wildcats struck for three runs In the trips included a double while Clark's

"about as big as any of the district without Allen, singled to load the first extra-inning to win 11-8. 3-for-S day was higlighted by a double 'l

games we played last year." bases before walks brought home It wasH after seven but after loser and two ribbles. This MonthSparta

The now 3-2 Tornadoes visit Scott Hudson and Randy Parado Kenny Clark (2-2) struck out the first Down &8 the Tornadoes, tied the

Eastslde for a 4 p.m. game' today, Ricky Sullivan got Clark home with a batter In the eighth the 'Cats used a count In the fifth when Hudson and

Thursday, March 13, and will play sacrifice bunt that skidded past the walk, a single a triple, and error to Parado delivered RBI singles after Editor
host to lay's Blue Devils Friday pitcher for a base hit. three runs before Clark fannedthe Ricky Sullivan led off with a base hit.
March plate Both teams had 11 hits. ........................a
night 14, at 7:30: p.m. at BHS. That lead evaporated quickly last man up. Kenny came on after

They then go to Keystone Heights for though as the first four Panthers David Sparks and Bill Goodge pitchedthe a HI Four local men's Softball tournaments will warm teams up for the start of the

a Tuesday night game. batsmen rapped hits off Clark in a first five frames. FRI.K IN/M.rO. 4I 119> SOS* .I -. I. ,a a |I city league campaign, which starts the week of March Si-April 4 in Starke.

"We learned yesterday that Scott four run first. BUS upped the marginto The Tornadoes moved two runnersto WCC"I( ). Starke Truck Plaza Is headed for Jacksonville's Drew Park this weekend for a

Allen (star sophomore pitcher (and 6-4 In the second as Goodge strokeda third and two to second in the last 24-team biggie that includes: Jax Metro champ D&M Racing." Bellvlew Mer-

hitter this year too)) is probably out single up the middle to chase home halves of the seventh and eighth but 1.N1./Ar! IM KM I .nn. chants (a AAA world tourney participant, and Lake City. Starke TP will also be
for the Hartley continued in Clark who had singled and stolen se couldn't cash in. 4..1.0 I.I..n.
year, 4 park (!.!). playing in the Gainesville Umpires tourney March 21-23.
explaining the importance of the cond. Before that they had traded runs INS hI.....' ,..- "1, W. Clark *5, II, 1 Ml.l. LWCI: will host an 8-teamer Saturday-Sunday March 29-30. Along with LWCI,
Palatka win. "The doctor told him not That lead wasn't safe either as two with the visitors as Randy Parado Rui.N I '.1. Hampton, the Starke Senior Boys, Hayes Electric, Northslde Baptist Church,

to plan on doing anything but rest hits and a sacrifice fly pulled the Continental Telephone, Mu-Waves, and B&G Electric will play.

through the rest of the school year hosts back within a run after two. The Starke Recreation Department will also put on a round-robin tourney for

because his pneumonia, plus his Clark started to find his groove all adult teams In Its leagues March 2428. It's a big league this year,what with 12

diabetic condition could get really though and the junior rlghty threw clubs In the Men's Church loop eight in Men's Open 6 Women's Open, and 4

bad. So, we're looking at it as just going zero's over the last five frames to Women's Church. It totals to 20 men's games weekly on Westside and the new
Indians 1-1 in
without him. That, plus the fact preserve the win. Lady SoftballKeystone's Edward's Field, games every night.A .

that we'd lost two in a row... and a lot With the bases loaded and two outsin different sort of tuneup is offered at the Miller High Life Softball Marathon to

of things, made this a big, big game.If the fifth Clark survived his stiffest be played March 28-30 at Gainesville's Westside and Northside Park. 60 teams

we had had an (0-3 week it would test when he came back from a 3-1 Lady Indians ended Friday the KHHS girls managed will play, each playing one 14-lnning or 2V, hour game and getting two cases of

have been tough for us to make count to fan Palatka's leadoff hitter their first week of Softball 1-1, beating just six hits but Teresa Calloway's Miller High Life Beer (or 7-up for the less hearty). It's designed to raise money to

anything out of the season record- who had banged two hits and walkeronce Milliard 7-3 Tuesday afternoon on the two-run homer and a double and provide services to the handicapped and each team playing may recruit sponsors

wise." already. "I went out before he road for their first win. Interlachen single by Sharon Walrath provided towards their entry fee of $100. Call 374-2121 or 383-6186 for Information on the
The Tornadoes did win against the faced the kid and I told Kenny that spoiled the Lady Indians opener witha some spark. Karen Smith, Wheeler, Miller event.

Panthers (now ....3) as they struck for this out was the ballgame," Hartley 6-3 win at Interlachen last Friday asa and Becky Rund had the other hits.

six runs in the first two innings and noted. two-run error in the bottom of the "The infield played pretty tight," Other Dales to Remember:

held on after watching the hosts come Both teams had nine hits but last erased a 5-4 KHHS lead. said KHHS coach Nancy Kopel. The annual Strawberry Invitational Golf Tournament is set for April 12-13 at

back to get five of the six runs back in Hartley said "I've been coaching "We've only practiced about five Starke Golf & Country Club...

their first two at bats. baseball for 11 years and that's the Stephanie Wheeler and Marie Edwards days as a team so I thought they did ...Saturday,April 12 will also be a big day in Keystone HeIghts with the Booster

Four walks, including two that forced hardest a team of mine has ever hit led a 12-hit KHHS attack as the well considering that. But... I definitely Bazaar filling up the day with many activities to aid the KHHS athletic pro-

in runs with the bases loaded, anda the ball. We hit some shots right at Lady Indians beat HIlliard to give thought we were better than In- gram...

two-run Palatka throwing error people." Sharon Walrath her first pitching win. terlachen." ...The Bradford Invitational, always the biggest prep track meet.in our area,

will be held Friday, April 4... ..

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Catching Up On...
Boyzle PerryThe sophomore guard at Daytona Beach Community College hit

I Ij his first eight shots from the floor with a variety of outside bombs and snakey
: YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE drives and totaled 18 points as DBCC won a state tourney berth 79-60 over

Seminole CC a couple of weeks back. It was the first time a DBCC squad ever got

to the state JUCO cage test. There they lost first round to number. "one ranked

j Brevard 71-68 with Boyzie dropping in 10 points.


Cindy Griffith- The 1979 Bradford High grad is still running distance races,

though she may not be running for Santa Fe CC in her sophomore year. Cindy's

freshman year at SFCC was a bit rocky she's staying busy on her own now. She
I GAINESVILLE SUN participated in the first annual National Weekend for Women Runners camp at

Camp Immokalee on Lake Brooklyn last weekend.There she was tutored on such

subjects as power lifting, foot reflexology (what?), nutrition, and developing up-

per body strength by nationally known runners and excercise experts.

I CLASSIFIED SECTION. This weekend she'll try the 15-kilometer ((9.3 miles) River Run in Jacksonville......

Randy CrewsThe Starke Recreation director handy man has a better half

now. He was married last weekend.Jeff .

Shop The Sun's Classified section I LumbertThe former Post 202 American Legion RBI leader (from

Orange Park) is starting for St. John's CC now. _

Starke Jr. Boys-The first year 13-13 year old Softball team from Starke made

for its exhibition debut last weekendsmashing Live Oak 20-4 and 11-1 to serve
day values.
every great shopping notice it could be a contender for state and national honors just as Starke's 16-18

club has been. The Jr. Boys will operate the Westside concession stand this year

by the way and parents are spending weekends working on the refreshment.

nnaed) Bachclort' dear** and 2Vr Need e.... money'for Spring
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Indoor year round employment Prl.llno No
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pharmacy Managerial In Lake City PL. 5Sth I.pr'I'.o/ (: :hlnd Sears Wares PERSON TO WORK In copycenter fit ing/shorthand* Call 376-1123:Good or apply pey/bene'' at 1410 KEYSTONE baseball at Newberry (4)
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9120-4 35 73 TERMiTe LICENSE WANTED II D m. No call* Apply IA2O W.
can 3'3 University, Ave KEYSTONE golf at Ocala Vanguard ((3:30) .. ,
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FrIday. March 14- .
1976 HONDA ACC&RD S doled Newberry at UNION baseball -., -.1 -:. "
Ir. AM FM. good condition' SEE SUZUKI'S DRAG BIKE CUSTOM PORCMEflberglas
:S1/ng, W2' 37S-*IM alt.- '. Imta body Beautifulwhite / Clay at BRADFORD baseball 7:30 ?, ,\.j I i .
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372_4373 371 91>3 3767571 Good gas mileage. UM..462-327O BRADFORD baseball at KEYSTONE (7:30) '. ,_. ,,,.' '
AM 1979" DATSUN ZX 1980 VOLVO 6 CYLINDER1YNN TRANS AM. REDUCED MUST SELL Hawthorne at UNION girls Softball (4) ..

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mile. luper c/Nn 1100' below .
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S 7 t 7 bath. double' wide Car dean. h .. yery 4 BR/2 d bath, ..,""Kav..., BRAD'FORD baseball at St. Augustine (4> ';::y
Bargain' 1
Outer' with on lots acre of.SW.,...Nice nt.ot-O and "eed."d orlvata, road' Small :homeC. .. 2 BR. I bath moo.li BRADFORD girls Softball at Gainesville High (4)KI.STOtiE -
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BrIttanv Estate,* .dull sect/on/ ,77.000. .rri: :. .. "EAL TO....377-2110. 23 SII Semi-Pro Basketball
expanded living/ area, shaded': Owner/Broker Season Ends at RJE ,
low utilities, loeclal for 17sl. 7 BR/I BATH rnany LAKEFRONT PROPERTY
thumb lover. ,.000.42.3 31 green. /urn all conditioner, ,f, The Lawtey Sonics will host a season-ending .semi-pro basketball '
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acres of the lhOu beautiful lend 3 largeR. 1 hw. Hawlftorn. 32 ". ..' .
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rebuilt rates or p.m.. Irarnes. etc. ) ., BullInqton
BUILDER 473-4470 engine AC, good for rent. Phone .
; eves 481-3706 1/3 tfnchg.AMERICAN spaces Interview call Mr. Edwards side pickup: 6 cylinder 7823660. TFpd
964-6250 (Fchq.
473-3056. 2/28 2tchg 3/6. tlrei. clean $1.100. make 468-2912. TFchA'ON. at 269-6723 (Orange 69.000 miles. Many extras
o tHREE BEDROOM two bath, on oiler. Phone 475-2487 Melrose after 5 p.m. 2tchg LEGION BINGO BEDROOM HOUSEi Inquire Park). Itpd 313.EXPE.IENCID $1500. Phone 964-7573 NURSERY STOCK FOR SALE]
fireplace and or 3748785 alter 6 3'63'I3. Highway 21 north. Salur- at 864 MocMahon MOBILE HOME AjClE( and
great room p.m. SAW Mill anytime. Ask for Tony' Mit Citrus on trlfolata root for
Keystone Country Club. 2tchg 363113.DRESSMAKINGi LOST DOBERMANi Black day 7 p.m. and Sunday 2 Street Starke. 3.3. 2lpd HELP WANTED: Sawyer- wheel Top prk Haiti for chell. 3/13 2tpd 3/20. cold resistant. Peach

Call Bob Harris, 964-5511 Alterations female, had gold collar p.m. Public Invited tfnchg 3/20. Pine Timbers-Automatic "like new" Condition. 1979 4 WHEEL DRIVE pear persimmon nectarine

or 473-3133. Financing mending tailor Ing. I-year-old. 473-7045 or 10/18 TWO BEDROOM mobile Carriage-Hydraulic Feed Phone 964-83)1.' 1/24 Chevrolet brown stepId guava grapes fig
Available. 1/31 3tchg 2/14. Keystone Heights Melrose 4734280. Itchg 3'6. SPRING SALIi[ Gallon size home. $100 month plus $50 lumber Grader-Pine. TFchgPERSONAL' *. 4 speed. Want blueberries, anno apple
READY TO MOVE INl 4 2 WANTED Adult for childcare osaleos. $1.50 On Grlffls loop.
BR area. 473-2903. 2tchg. ; 3-gallon deposit. Planer Operator-Woods $6.000. Phone 964-8B73 8'-IO'. dorset apple 4'-S'.
bath CH/A. Keystone 3'63'13 and housekeepingafter .1... $... All types Phone 964-8704. 1 tchg; 412 Machine. Apply to Itchfl 3/13. azaleas, camellias, hedge
Country Club. Brand now. HOME FOR SAlSi .. school. 473-2241 greenhouse plants and 3/13. Alton BoMboard Componv.Whlt.hou. --- -
By owneron Ads Get plants (junipers, palm
Phone Bob Harris 2tchg, 3'6.3'13. hanging baskets love'sAialea THREE BEDROOM HOUSEi 2 .., Fla. Phone
473-3133. Spring lake both, large family room, shade trees many more.
Financing Farm on SR-100, 9O4/78I-5811. 3/13 4tchg
Available. 1/31 3tchg214.RETIREES 2-bedroont. I-both CASH FOR G61.13t) Sterling Floraheme. Phone study room. fireplace, 4/3. ResultsFOR Roses on Fla. root stock.
SPECIAL 2 BR. 2 storage building porch diamonds, jewelry coins CH/A. 28x28 barn. Nine SERVICES O.C. Cornea Nursery 23
6592201. 3/6-3/27
both fantastic kitchen well. Swim ski, llsh. and dental gold. Will visit, 4tchg ocrosi4hone, 964-8874. HOMES mile SE of Starke atFlarahome
Over 1500 sq. It. In enclosed S39.500. Owner will home. 13765235. REPOSSESSED I BILl'S SAW SHOPt Complete SALE Hwy 100.
area! with garage. Corner finance. 4733151. tlnchg. your 1/17 SINGER FUTURA FURNISHED EFFICIENCY sharpening service' clr. Phone 6592165. 2/7 6tchg
Mr. tfnchg FOR SALE
lot. Low S40's. Call Bob 3 6.TAX. Late model fully automatic APARTMfNTt exceptionally culor' hand lde, 3/13.
Harris, 96 .5511 or SERVICE Individualreturns CASH FOR SILVER.highestprices sewing machine. Does It clean. well maintained chain mower blade' hollow 100 GAL.COMMERCIAL GAS NEW AND USED FURNITUREand
473-31331: 2/21 3'chg3/7. Call Tom paid for odd pieces all ., straight stitches newly relurblshed. $140. MOBILE HOMESi Why pay ground and h larited.Leave WATER HEATERs 2 years old. appliances. Porch
DEER SPRINGS! 4 BR 2 both, prepared. and tots of sterling silver dome, monograms, buttonholes per month. Phone more? Buy direct from fac at Jackion Building Paid $995.00 Sale $595,00. rockers. BARGAINCENTER
"llreplace ana, lull acre. Board at 4733910. 2tchg ware. Tea sets trays. plotters blind hems. 964-8151. Call collect. tory. Large selection: of 24, Supply Starke or f(.ytoneHts. Call 496-2067. Itchg 3/13. US 301 South.

Over 1500 tq. ft. $150D 3/6-3/13. etc. SI 25 per pound Original contract $599.00. 3789837.31 tfn. 14, 12 wldes. COMMUNITYMOBILE TFch9ALCOHOLICS 964-6679. TFchg
down for qualified buyer. WO.lhR.mod.llng minimum. Second Wind. IS Pay' off remaining balance THREE BEDROOM furnished HOMES SALES. US' .N0NV.MOUSl FENCING All kinds hog

Payment under $300 CARPENTER N. Main St.. Gainesville. of $'.....10 cash or takeover home on.Crystal, Lake 301 North. Open 9 to dutk. wire, welded wire, barbwire GET READY FOR SUMMER I IScottsman
month.' Available 90 days. work, kitchen 375.8733'and 3737425. payments ol $12.60 carpeted deck, no pets. I to 6 Sunday. Phone Phone,964-5148 or 4O4-582.. wood chain link; 25 lb. cube
Phone Bob Harris 9645511or cabinets and trim Will visit your home. We per month. Trade-Ins accepted Adults. Deposit. Phone 9648741. TFchg TFchg I free estimates. MANNING
473-3133. 2/21 3tchg carpenter Reasonable also buy antiques and lurnlture. !as part payment. To 473-3581.2/21 TFchg BV' OWNER! Completely REMODELING Mld'NO, FENCE CO., 4734822. Icemoker. $125. PHone
3/7. prices. Call Ed Dempsey ol tin 2/7 see call credit manager KINGSLEV lAKEl Furnished remodeled 3 BR, one bath REPAIRSi, New Kitchens, Keystone. TFchg 9648690. 3/6 2tpd 3/13.

473.2177lf"chg7'7; collect I 904/376-4467. apartment 2 BR on lake, Family Room Fireplace, baths family roOrft, thick, HAYi Bahia or Alisla. Lorry TWO ACRES with complete
__.. "_ dock. Phone block. fireplace trailer set up. Baytess
FAINfirtvs interior ana EMterlor Tfnchg 3/13. private Screened porch Central concrete LaFollette. Starke.
Free estimates. 964-S391 days, or 964-7788 H.ol. ..Ir. Nice Corner lot specialists. Grlffls 'Con 9646273. TFchg. Highway. Rt 2, Box 102 A,

I Union County Times j je Easy terms. Sunshine nights. 2/28 TFchg. In Saratoga Heights 1021 struction. Phone '):J' I08 SKI BOAT 16 ft. fiberglass. Slarke. Phone 9648308.
Maintenance Service. ENTERSt II you con pay rant W. Pratt St. Phone or 473.2578. TFcKd 73 boat. 74 Mercury 65 HP 316 3tpd 3/20.
>ssssss>ss>sss*>ssi*>sss s*ss>>sssssisi>isiss>> 1.375-6230.ltpd3/13. of $195 to$250 you can afford SEWING MACHINES: FIVE ACRES Road 214
9645639. Available Now. engine, gator-tilt trailer
to buy a home. Only REPAIRSDi All, mokes Height Small
FOR RENT 3/6 3tchg 3/20. 1500. Call 964-5764 daysor
HE L PWANTED lOSTl Three month oldbeagle $1.000 to $1.500 down. cleaned ailed And ad- equity, assume payments.
12 60 THREE BEDROOM 2 431-1640 after 8.00
one male. Special' financing for MID x lusted. $10.I Work p.m. Phone 964-7933 after 5
20 ACRE FIELOl One SR-121. bath mobile home. New TFpd
female. Oadara ..oadar.a. OLE INCOME AMERICA. guaranteed James 3/13 2tpd 3/20.
Contact Molly Dougherty, I one NOT HUNTING Phone 964-5533 and see II AC and electric furnace on Strickland cornv Morgan CHAIN LINK FENCB APARTMENT p.m. SIZE
4953449 (evenings) or 22 lot In country. material. Do It yourself
DOGS. Pets of two boys you qualify. Can move In Rd. and Hwy 16. fFchO REFRIGERATOR with across
live Oak Lane, Archer CIT A POSITIONS Phone 964-8162 and Installation
4000. TANK save.
who miss them very much. at soon as you are approv. BRADFORD SEPTIC| the freexer. $95. Phone
3261 fl. 3/6 3tchg 3/20. AVAILABLE We ore accepting please call 475-1222 between ed. 3 ana, 4 8R hornet evenings. 3/6 2tchg 3/13. SERVICE Bradford rtldert-\ available. Free, estimates. 964-B6O1.top Itchg 3/13

applications for trainingpositions 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. available. 2/28 Itchg 3/7. THREE BEDROOM 2 bathhouse lot pump-outs, V". Commercial : HandyMan Fence Co.
5 : single now and Industrial. Fully 9648559. TFchgWATSON'I
and 473-7152 after p.m. 2 BEDROOM MOIIIE HOME garage
12X60 addition. Heat, AC II-B. To be eligible an applicant $12 00 per ton.
under construction. licensed Phone HOUSE OF
children Also 3
3/13. no or
three) bedroom. one both mutt be a Union County Itchg pets spread. 6 ton per
bedroom house, available Stonework on front. On % TFchgMORSISHOEINGt VACUUMS Many brands
dining/living room. Stove, Resident and meet Title II-B load. Coll Bob 468-1320 for
March 24. 964-8810. 3/13 acre lot on Wilson Road frirnlilngor of new vacuums. Uted
ref., water 'furnished. $175 eligibility criteria. Applications information. 3/13 41chg
corrective work- 12
Itpd. behind hospital. 43900. machines available. Parts
month. Contact ore available at the 4/3.
per .
TWO ROOM APARTMENT Phone 468-1918. 3/6 2tpd years' experience tarryLaFollette and accessories for all
4963253. 3/13. local CETA office, 40 East
and housekeeping rooms. 3/13. vacuum tystems. 4(.*>NW
Main St. 3/13 Itchg.WANTED
TRAHER:8X3o on 120X80 'lot All utilities, also sleepingroom. FORECLOSURE PROPERTY 964-6273. 112/113'rftho 10th Ave., Gainesville, TRAILER Glastran. 40hp
HOMES BUILT Partially lurnlshed. Call INSURANCE AGEN-' Come to Underwood ren,0 or /
,!Large two story' home corner phon. TFchg
496.2458 after 5.30 p.m.Itcha -., CVi 160 S. lake Ave., lake Motel' 3 mile* -N fth anUS301.228 Madison and Orange repaired. .llreplaCs, kitchens BRIC-A-8RAC, SHOP Just Gator tilt trailer. ALSO Ifeeder
313MOIIIE I 1 .11 'ft1 }'of plumbing and electrical pigs. 25 to 45 Ibs.
'i ;TOM MADEDRAPIRIESsFroo Butler. 494-3978. CompleteInsurance TF. Street Financing work. Priori "Vad opening. Hwy 21 North ofKeystone ALSO Topper for pickup.
HOMEiTwo, available. Hts. Ceramics
Behr Building Contractor
IS INSURABLElImmediate long bed high topper.
bedroom one bath cen ..lImot... Local Federal phone 964-SOOO. Lawtey. 782-397). TFchg. plaques dolls, Indian Phone 964-6558 after Sp.m.
trol heat/air on 1 '2 acre of distributors for completely coverage by 3/13 TFchg. Jewelry other Items.
phone. JOE USHERAGENCY4962126 CARPENTER, specll| land. No kids no pets washable notionally NO CREDIT CHECK: privately remodeling, screen rooms, Phone 4737042. 7/26
or Argentina
reduced rate to elderly PONY HARNESSWanted for advertised Gardsett financed. Two bedroom sun decks concrete and TFchg
couple. 1/4 mile from War. small cart. Contact Animal Draperies. SAW Enter 4962903.TFNFOR wood frame house, plus 3 block work. Phone GET YOUR COPY of the 2700 Ibs.. all or port.

thlngton Springs post office Department Franien Bros. prises. Ed or Loma WALKER DOOl year old concrete block 9647816. 2/21 **(rt 3/13.' Bradford County Telegraph Phone 9646411. All for
on Breaker Rd. Call Circus. Thursday March 13 Stephens. 4962219. SALE between Lawtey and garage with running BABYSITTING' In try bame: CENTENNIAL ISSUE. We Sl/lb. Itchg 3/13.

4962308. Irchg 3/13. at the Providence Communi. 3/1/79TFN. Raiford. Numbers 305 on water 200 amp service. located betwe..r> Starke still have a few copies left MALI PUG 9 month Old'

ty Center. 3/13 ItchgHAYi REASONABLE Small trees 1 BEDROOMi2 both home, Ides. Phone, 9646458. or Almost an acre of land. and lowtey off 301. Small In the office. 135 W. Call With papers. phone
EXPANDINGsivMMptg Wanted lor circus and limbs cut or trimmed. 2.600 plus sq. feet on 11/3 9647047. Reword. 3/13 $24.500 total price. $8.000 Infants to 5 1''''. Effort: Martin St. Don't miss out on this 473-3496 after 6 p.m. Itpd
anlmolt. Contact Animal Reasonable rotes. CaliTony acres. 83/4 percent 2tchg 3/20. 964-7145. )/' Slchg Issue I You'll 102 3/13.
''n' sivMMptg 411ciinsed down rest at only' 10% Interest get pagesoff
Ii .'xt' tiumkejt al ..holntFil, .., Department of FranienBrat. 431-1114 after 6 p.m. assumable mortgage. 4 fOUND BEAGLE DOG nearThonl's located SRI00 6 3/13. Bradford County REFRIGERATOR! 15 cu. ...
....., Circus Thursday 1/3 TFN. pure Frost fr... Coppertone
years old. On SR 231. Call truck stop. Mull TIll TRIMMING and cut.ting. for $1.
miles South of Starke at history only TFpd
March 13 at Providence NEED TO BUY If you need to 496-2968 after 6 p.m. 2/14 Identify. 9648237. Ichg?? Reasonable 1le... LIMEROCKi[ 20 yd. semi new compressor $ISO.
E 21 Vila
Century sign.
Community Center. buy a used truck or any' chg TFN. 3/13. Phone 964-7364. 4/6 atchg Phone 9647604. Itpd 3/13.
R.T. LOVORN 3/13 1 Itchg. type Chevrolet call John HOME FOR SAlliS, bedroom, Michlelll. Rt 3. Box 264 3/13. loads only. ALLEN E.

REAirOR MLS -473-9334 Faulkner lee ChevroletCo. 2 bath family room with Starke. Or call my agent EXPERT TAX SEWCd Individual TAYLOR Lowtey. Phone
Waters, 9647828. No 7823172. TFchg * * *
* * ., Jacksonville. stone fireplace. 2 acres, OPPORTUNITIES Kay and Corporate
MOBILE ..HOMESERYICI FOR SAUi No down pay 72'.1880.217 TFN. completely fenced completely credit chock. Itpd 3/13. returns filed. Alto Kioltnly CONSOLE STEREO AM/FM WANTED Mobile homes to
ment. VA financing Will BUILDFIREPLACIStRoasonable. carpeted 230 ACROSS FROM bookkeeping ''rvce.Phone | radio turntable, solid buy.

; POLES FHA--8 percent down. dlthwosher. Call 496-3440. 1.000 GUARANTEED OPENING HOSPITALs 3 Br 2 bath 964-6918. j/6 3chg wood Mediterranean console Cash for used mobile
15 financing Call for estimates. 25 yearsof $55 000. 2/28 TFN. DAY. Open and awn family room fireplace, 3/20. cabinet, small recordttoroge. homes.
fj years Call Bob 111.1iTRIC (within 3 weeks W Need
available. experience. PORTABLE ) a separate dining room JUST IN TIME Spring Magnavax. W* pay top price.
clean used Bryant 496-2152 after 530. TVPEWRITERtwIth manual beautiful new woman's available 90 days. Low gardening Small garden some work perfect for do. 326-1669. 32S-3607.

Alto good. TFN 2/28 return. Elite type Includescase. fashion hop fturlnglop S50'.. Call Bob Harris, spots. Ro'o-TIIIOd for you.' lt-yourlffer. $25. or best 4tcha. 3's-3'27.
46d (AM11e mobile Palatka homes..Eatt Mobile Home BABY$ITTING,Large back Excellent condition.' rends and greet prices! 964-5511 or 473-3133. 2'2I Reasonable rat.... Free offer. Phone 7823330. or OrHOPP* * *
yard hot meals lurnlshed $125. 431-1114 after p.m. $19.900 provides $20.000 3tchg 37. ettlmates. Call Don Sapp TFpd.

Sales. contact .431-1916 Roiford 2/28 TFN.HA.DWICK. retail Inventory fixtures, 100 WEST 964-6005 alter S P.m. lorappointment. ELECTRIC MOTORS 5 HP
East Palatka Fl. Fl. 3/13 Itchg. llchgHEDUCfisafo GAS training supplies andmare. apartmentcomplex. 3/13 3tpd
3253607. One full acre 3 Heavy duty single' vacuum: TOPP
328-1669 and last with STOVII1970 model looks Call TOLL FREE 3/27.
A Clii W.W Fleer.Meiet 4tchg. 3/6-3/27 Gases Tablets and E-Vop good, top burner O.K.. anytime 1-800-251-3493. BR, 2 baths, great room Will BABYSIT IN MY. HOMI. 2 HP motor. Both run off.
fireplace, two 220 volt. Phone 964-S=
MISSION * * "water pills. Andrews new thermostat needed Itpd 3/13. cor garage. Large back yard hot
Drugs 225 W. Main. IB. for oven $30. Call High $40.. Available 90 meal For met I forma. 2/21 4tpd 3/13 TRUCK

3/6 2tpd. 43t.1279.1tpd 3.3 days. Phone Bob Harris, lion call Raiford 43I-17I6.

FILL LlMEROCX 1978 HONDA GOLD I REGISTER: 964-5511 or 4733133. 1'3I 3/13 Itpd.'
*'* IN WINCiGL 1000.. 11.000 3tchg 37.SA.ATOGA. BIRCH'S TOPS

INSTALLATIONS FOR SALSt Looking for Mile, loaded for touring, GAS AND OIL HEIGHTS 3 BR.
SEPTIC TANK mobile home? $3500. Ray Pow., 2 bath home, llreplace. IPM PEST CONTROL Extra Low Prices,
Speciol new 12X60 S7.99S. .496-3377 Miles 496-3861. SOt S. flMRsplM Sf.I I 1 $1500 down. available 6
984-6780 Delivered and set-up. 3/13 weeks. Other, other Cary McCollum
CARDIM BROS. 2tchg. plans 4 964-5534
Call '""SUILP *
: $500,000 Inventory to NEW LISTINGS Attractive lots. Phone Bob Harris i; 1-591.2814

choose from. two bedroom. on* bath Bottlesa '1 964,5511 or 4733133. 2/21 0 Pest Crtrolr cllon 0

East Palatka Mobile Home home. Gas heat large lot 3tchg 37.115SENT BLUM Mclntoch, Fla.
Sales. conv. location: B45 W MainSt. ROADs Near 230.
Robirts Carrie, Dukes Smith, Motor Homes Filled
328-1669, 3253607. Fantastic 3 BR 2 bath sundeck

: sitionw "chll.3/7-3127. 496-3067.Real Estate 3/13 Itpd.Broker, VAGIOIlo IfinlMMs fireplace two bay ROOFING VACUUM CLEANERS Well13rilling

ly'riRealEstate * * I garage. Middle $50 SestpuysIn
lot Tine Tek.i.itttefWl Available 90 days. Call Bob COMPANYFREE The
Iii Country

j jj WATERS MOBILE HOME 4733133.Harris 2/21 964-SSlt 3tchg3 7.or New Used Rebuilt 2" WRTOW _

,986 Temple Klrbyt. Royal
; 964-7828
j INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Ii. .. ESTIMATES. Filter QueensHoovers. Fast Rotary .

!0 Sureties Drilling Equipment

; Weekends end..evenings. Cell Large or AT The space experts IMport Repair Service '
Richard Roberts. '*4-SS9S' Judith Plyno. "' .J"4 *Land Fill ] -------RATES-- .." Financing Available Since 1997AIYovni's ?2

Ann Godwin.. ,64-dSM 'Potifyisildon111671: PondsWILBUR Olin's'Nobillil a can solve your Call Col! tPhone'7814421 I
John longford 496-S814 Wllllem Canon '| New & UsedSalesPartsSGIVICS
loree.Cen.fl.648704 Lucille Spry.9648420Key Home SalesFREE .t probleml I. 3 MI. North 301 I '

Waters.946941LAKE I QUOTES Call 0048918call I
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BUTLER liaao: W. Madison Phone 964-5606

C.114".3814".rh._.*';,i I 4-6729 Elaine M. Olin Agent; Number Plumbing
'034-0941 "a O ID ,
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*Several[ two bedroom, homes. .. sJrf3b New Installation

**Three1, 3:2 Sedretm. .. ham.renfeJ..plus. 75' IS. .2"......... .**.'"" 'THE HANDYMAN"YacrHebiBgHaad" Bob Ha rig Affordable Homes tit_ .tt polley.... Remodeling RepalrJh' *,

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Several. like, 3 bedroom. harness ',, :?]: > "You Name It, ..\Dalt3"c i 'LAMICLEAIIHI RILL 108VASETC411STRUCTION PUMP ,

.L"y 4 .bedroom home. '" *:' ,: i Large'Or Small Jobs CO., a .
. *NIce selection of :i bedroom. hemes' $" ( ; 1. -| Carpet &Vinyl Installed Repaired Key tOf,-, HQI8. 473-2003 SUPPLY

STARKE OUT OF TOWN I 4t Limbs & Trees Removed < Dozer Work i Pv"y 2O Team experience COMPANY

'' \'"' ". ,li" ,. t ;
4c Lawn Maintenance .*, New Homea Remodeling .

*Beautiful 4 bedroom et Country Club.. .< \ Additions Foundations .* Additions Garages o 864 N.
*Weeded let et Country Club. ( ... Dock Construction '
*l Bedraem brick an SR SM ..... Let Ua Clean And Ready. I *Job) from ground to Temple Ave. '
*2 bedroom. .n IX 100 West ? TOPSoilJIMMY .
_*se Tee behind. *lmmveB.pHrtO. <",, >,r-T: I Your Rental Or Weekend Cottage completion or any reasonableportion

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Rip BHS Bobcats Girls Baseball Tigers UpiQ, .5'.5: I I

High's three-hitter for ins fourth win. > within 2-1 and the Tigers took a li
Union baseball Tigers won
Bradford High's Lady Honour tripled
fifth when
lead in the
pounced on Buchholz for nine runs In two of three last week and stand dead Dean O'Steen's a-for-5 day (with an
to *
the fourth Inning and evened their even at &-II heading Into a road gameat RBI double) topped Tiger hitters,,:,' Into the right corner plat
and PinkStoILCarlos
record with an 11-8 win In Starke last ..",,:.. Interlachen today? Thursday with Ken Starling, Ken Clyatt, Rufus Clyatt, Johary added Tony: a run In the
March 6. '. march 13. George and Honour adding. the other
Thursday Friday The Tigers, who outlasted Santa Fe hits. sixth, coming. around.., on three error.
The BUS girls play tomorrow, ". "a. w' '3(1IYa"S4NbN\ :. ;:;;
March 14, at Eastside and go 6-S in eight Innings M,and ripped. Conversely,'the win over Santa Fe 5402
2Y. .Williston 18-3 before losing to PK'V 7-3 went to the wire as UCHS won It height .
back to Gainesville to play GHS ........c..l Ml .!. I > > > :a
Wednesday March 19, both games 'I Tuesday, are at home Friday against for White ((1-1). 1514.. IM .11 .
starting at 4 p.m. Newberry, last year's AA state Dwayne Mallard! singled, stole second wyt> .. ,-N.(44)14( ) g
Last week's win was keyed by the runnerup. Game time ill p.m. and.scored the winning run' .......c.. M* Ml It 4>*
big fourth inning. BHS stroked nine The Tigers hurt themselves Tues- when Tony Honour's pop fly to right 48450. M. "Ml.1 .ai;
hits in the inning, seven of them in a ( day, hobbling five errors and having fell free as the Raider second' w-......_..(4-n.(. '
off base by PK baseman and right fielder collided.' 1 ol
to offset a 5-1 lead Buchholz had three runners picked
built in the first. The visitors scored catcher Mark Dawson. Dawson also Tommy Honour came on to record a .......c.. MI. 111 I .. a .
five runs to start the game on only one hurt UCHS at the plate with a solo HR save in the bottom half of the!last.. -.eo.W-WMMM.( --C'M4J Mf( )t t- 4 ;f
hit, as BHS committed three errors r and a two-run single off Tommy White had singled In Tommy ...-: E
and walked three batters. apv IS > Honour, who lost for the first time Honour in the fourth to pull Union to
Shari Hankerson was a perfect ) A after four mound wins. .
4-for-4 for Bradford while Lorraine Union,outhit 9-3, scored once in the
Bass was 2-3 and clubbed a 2-run fifth when Steve White came home Register Out Union County i I
home run,Janice Berry was 2-4 with a from second on PK's only error but As UCIIS_ Coach
triple, and Phyllis Cuffie was 2-4. could get Just two back in the seventh. Netters 1-4 ,0-5 1-
-.... ..* OM 1Ml . Ronnie Pinks ton's single and a double Tiger baseball coach Joe Register ,
r.J..rl 90'X. 144 by Tommy Honour plated two runners resigned his position on the UCHS Union County High's tennis team:
W.J..w..11"_. In the last. athletic staff to take an assistant foot- lost to Cross City In their only time our
H*.MO. M....... M ,.. The Tigers game with Williston Fri- ball coaching Job at Ocala Vanguard last week,being rained out Monday at"
M-Mrs J. # slated
home when to
day was a marathon affair as 20 last week. they were play
walks issued by Red Devil pitchers Assistant coach Joe Brannen a Chiefland. .
helped UCHS score 18 times on just former Tiger player,was left with the Cross City shut the Tiger boys and'-
KRA MeetsA 1980 Lady Tornado Softball: six hits. baseball coaching reins,at least on an .girls out by identical 7-0 scores Thursday -:
Will be played by: bottom row left to right, Sylvia Jenkins Erma Hamm, Tommy Honour scored three times Interim basis. UCHS officials were In Cross. City i gCwty !
general meeting of the Keystone Janice Berry, Tracy Hankerson; 2nd row,I.to r., Queenie Berry, Hope Jackson, David Barber and White twice,and 11 unavailable at press time for com-. .C1ry 4..415'U1.._._(.CC)_14.414.4.4._(CC)i./::::
Recreation Association will be held Linda Sawyer, Sharle lIankerson; 3rd row. I. to r.. Lorraine Ball Doll Waters, other Tigers once in the parade ment on the change. t-4t MM. (Ce).... '....._, ......(CC)M/..
Mon.. March 17 at the Clay Electric Phyllis Cuffee, and manager Janette Easely. Not pictured-Janet Williams. across the plate. Honour tossed a Register had planned to go to -...Y_(CC)".Wtartck... :::
Vanguard after completing the _PW,4o"_....(cc....C44.y.ty.a.(..g) -
in Keystone
building on SR-100 baseball season at UCHS but said W..t......(CC)1M.ll ) .Mwaq-WY..e a..
Heights. discussed are proposalsto "The Job came open earlier so I needto Co..C44y..4..44444..
Items raise to fees be, Institute a membership Lake City Takes Area's 1st Softball: TourneyRainbow get on down there." ......DM*(CC)44.>.._ Ml C MMy. (CC)4MptMttta
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tice of giving trophies to each Lake City, the old McKelroy's club Marine Invitational in Orange Park(19-11),runnerup Starke after winning the district and region _, _..c..oI4y(CC)*... Hxratt-OriHIl t-ti?;
should be continued. Final plans will strengthened by the addition of Brooker last weekend. Truck Plaza (22-2 in 9 innings), titles last year. __(ce,....M..w.y4.ra.A.J.... :;
also be announced for the Marc former Green Machine stars Terry With Stratton bashing six homers Gwynn's (17-1 in 5),and Starke Truck :-r
program and parade to be held Stratton and Dennis Crawford, won and Crawford clubbing five more LC Plaza in the finals (30-3( << in 5)).
29. the area's Softball seasonopener) the walked to the title with wins over Starke Truck Plaza, formerly
Water's, edged the Hogtown Rollers INSULATIONHOME .
19-18 in eight innings and nipped Rainbow :
Marine 12-11 to earn their second
KHHS Netters place! trophy. Danny McKinney hit .
.667 with 2 HR's Larry Mercer clubb--
ed 4 HR's and hit .526, and Charley T '
Now 3-3 Green batted .563 with 3 HR's to lead '
1 1 1i
the defending Starke city league I
Keystone Heights' Lady Indian tennis champs. __ Lk'-L _
team split matches last week,edg- & j
ing Crescent City 4-3 before falling to Rainbow split before being -: "
Lake City 7-0, to go to 3-3 for the eliminated 11-10 by before Starke coming Truck, losing back lora toGwynn's '' : 'O...,-'''' :;r.;1 :.
season. They were rained out Monday
when set to play Bradford High.A 17-4 win over RMC of Lake Butler. COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
Matt Hull, Gary Melvin, and J.J.
CC doubles as Michelle sweep Weeks keyed the and win Kelly over Every. Every Wheeler homered for the Brooker WE INSTALL BLOWN HIGH R FACTOR CELLULOSE

Newsome combined for one win and Monday WednesdaySiDOom10:00 club while Joey Sanderfer hit for a INSULATION -'NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTIONWe
Michelle Hanks and Natalie Duguid high average and Larry Swacon provided Also Blow Insulation In Exterior Walls Of
sewed the win up with a number two flashy glovework. Existing Frame Houses
doubles win. .5:00. om : nm ..om RMC was out in two, also losing to
Gainesville Tire 18-2, though Timmy FREE ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN

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By TH'e
ObituariesMrs. Luncheon Special Mon thru Frl. '.

Frieda. Miller
Mrs. Frieda Miller, age 88, died /
Thursday,Mar. 6, In the Orange Park I I
Community Hospital following a brief
illness. She was a member of the

Presbyterian faith. Inflations Got Everyone Buzzing.
Having no survivors, Mrs. Miller e.- e s. 4a
has lived with friends in Middleburgfor

was the by cremation last 6 years.under Memorialization the direction Prices On Everything From Food

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, - -
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Thomas L.Thompson 1I I If
Thomas L. Thompson, age 74 II

Keystone residence Heights of ,his died daughter Wednesday, Mrs.aithe I II I Seems There Is No End In Sight.

Sharon Bradley.
Born in Indiana July 14, 1905,and a I A
retired electrician, Mr. Thompson I
moved here from New Smyrna II COMMUNITY STATE BANK
Beach. I I -s AT TilE .

Funeral Services were held Saturday PEANUT r //1
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with, Mar.the Hughey 8 in New Funeral Smyrna Home Beach in, : /< WE DO OUR BEST TO TAKE THE

charge. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral :

rangements.Mrs.Home was in charge of local ar- STING OUT OF YOUR LIFE. .


1 '
Eloise 1\1.Olin 1 o 'Wo Operate Our Drive In ..
died the
Mrs. Eloise M. Olin, 72. at

after Bradford a lingering County Hospital illness. Saturday Born in PARFAIT I Window From 7 am,Mon. Fri.:

Goshen, N.Y. in 1907, and having I
moved here in 1967, Mrs. Olin retiredin 1 'It..

Syracuse 1964 as University.a college librarian She was with a 1 ( e And 8 am Til Noon On :

member of Grace United Methodist 1
Church Lawtey; the United Saturday. .
Methodist Women and the Bradford

County Senior Citizens Organization. .'
Surviving is her husband, VernonE.
Olin; 3 sons, John M. Olin of 1 1f We That You
Jacksonville Dr. Keith M. Olin of Ih May Suggest

Lancaster, Penn.,and Mark V.Olin of 'rl \ .
Starke; 1 brother, Raymond ... Combine Your Trips To
McMakuen of Goshen N.Y., and 6 1 a-

grandchildren.Funeral t Town. Do Your
services were held at 2
p.m.Wednesday,Mar.12 in the Grace 1 "-
United Methodist Church, Lawtey, Shopping & Banking
with pastor Rev. Donald Love of I
ficiating. Burial was in Crosby Lake With
One Trip..
Cemetery with arrangements under )
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral Home.In :Save Gas & Energy.
lieu of flowers, family requeststhat THURSXW-

donations be made to the Cancer .'. FRIDAY

Fund. MARCH 'Our Checking Account Charges Remain The Same. f

Mrs. Clara Mrs.Clara Adams Adams of Muskogee '13-14 I. Another Service Of The COMMUNITY STATE BANK.

Okla., former resident of Starke and -4
widow of the!late Dr. Mark E.Adams, .4 Were having, a real) I,
died suddenly Friday, Mar. 7. sale' on a Ayers of K I '
Survivors include: one son, Dr. ? Three thick COMMUNITY STATE BANK{
Mark E. Adams of London. England; real( not fudge and .tC5ISO ,
: crunchy peanuts' I'N.t"
two daughters Mrs. Edith Schnee "
cool)and .
berger of Oklahoma City, Okla. and DAIRY QUEEN' soft creamy serve ;' 1' :
Mrs. Mary CasUeberry of Springfield, m between" The Peanut 964-703Q
Va.. and five grandchildren. She was 9us'er Parfait, Now only I I STARKE ?__.
also sister-in-law of Dr. Herlong H. .f 79' a' vour participating' 1'1 .
Adams of SUrke.Graveside ::)A,QUEEN'' store 1 ooaovoo) )'.: .ootaJoWa J !J FDII

services were held I ..
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Wednesday afternoon at Evergreen IT S ATI EAT! !
Cemetery, Jacksonville. : .. I s

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