Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Berry Queen. To Be Crowned Saturday Night $ DFORb coves

One of 13 young ladle will become 1980 Bradford County the other held the silver bowl and silver tray awards to be r
strawberry queen in the 17th annual Strawberry Queen given Saturday night. -SINCE 1879 --
'pageant set Saturday night March 29, at 8 p.m. in the Special guests were 1079 Strawberry Queen Sarah Biggs 4
Bradford High Sch auditorium. and 1974 Strawberry Queen Latain Herres. '
"Strawberry Fields Forever"Is the theme of this year's Hostesses were Mrs Carolyn Autry Mrs. Shellie Mar:
'contest sponsored by the Starke Junior Woman's Club. chese Mrs. Betty Crawford Mrs. Chris Wilson and Mrs. J
The girls have had a busy week In preparation for Satur- Judy bakes.After I
,day's competition in which they each will be Interviewed the party the contestants were taken to Denise
by a panel of judges being kept secret until the girls meet Carol's Modeling and Pageantry Studio in Jacksonville
them Saturday afternoon Contestants will appear in where they were given hints that will help in their presen-
street wear, swim suits, and evening gowns in the finals of tation at the pageant..
the contest Saturday night. Monday night the girls vlslsted Merle Norman's. .
Contestants were guests of the Junior Woman's Club at Cosmetic Studio: where Latain Herres worked with each of Tire Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
1 I. coke party last Saturday afternoon at the Starke Golf the girls on their make up.
and Country Club Two tables set up In the party room Tickets for Saturday's pageant are on sale at Mitchell's ('
i' Ivlsl Year STARKE. FLORlnl211 ('ntll'opy36th
;were covered with ,strawberry cloths. One table was See Queen Page 12\.... Issue \Thursday. March 27. 19110 U&PSUIU-7IMI
centered with a decorated cake and the queen's crown and .

County Fair

Set to Open '


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of' ,; ,
''The 30th annual Bradford County Starke Rotary Club begin work before
.. Fair expected to be bigger and better daylight to prepare and serve a
,\ fl than ever I Is set to open Wednesday chicken dinner will begin Wednesdayat
\ for Its four day, April 2-5. run. noon. Wednesday is also Senior
Citizens Day at the fair, In which all
.. The fair will officially open at 11 senior admitted
... citizens are free of
.. I'I. ) a.m. Wednesday. April :2.. with ribbon charge.Set .
t', cutting ceremonies. Taking part will Wednesday night at 7:30: Is the
.. \ be the chosen 1980
'. newly strawberryqueen annual Bradford-Union Swine Show
'A and 1979 strawberry queen open to qualified 4-H and FFA
'J' Sarah Biggs now a student at Santa members who attend Bradford or
-, ..' Fe Community College and some Union County schools Some 75 pigs a
federal, state and local officials and number be
; are expected to
dignataries. entered into the swine show and sale.A .
Annual Rural-Urban
Day showmanship contest is set. The
:.. Ceremonies in which members of the
first place winner will receive a
: ; .I : trophy and $15 cash; second place
1I winner will receive a $10 cash prize

and third place $5.
.., Migrant The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA
; Swine Sale Is set Thursday night,
April 3, at 7
> ;,' p.m.
; 1 _. .. Miss America, Cheryl Prewitt of
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Ackerman, Mississippi, will visit the
; Which One Will Be Queen? Program fair Thursday April 3, from 2-4 p.m.
Shinn, and Debbie Bae:'. Seated: Bobbin Stephens Sue Ann Meadows, Virginia and from 7-9 p.m. Miss Prewitt is a
f .. One of these 13 young ladles will become the 1980 Bradford Strawberry Queen Crawford and Tammy Baldree. Standing: Renee Williams, Deborah Ratllff 1979 graduate of Mississippi State
i this Saturday night. They girls are
1 piano and voice music education.
RejectedThe The Bradford-Union 4-H and FFA

Berries for Fair? 7:30 Steer p.m.Show is set Friday April 4, at

local $28.544 federally spon- Advance price tickets for the mid-
/(' Gonna Be Close sored migrant education program has way are still four for a dollar. Ride
Bobby T.a lorSay., been discontinued by the Bradford tickets are available at the Chamberof

N" School Board "...and the money may, Commerce office at Madison and
5 Strawberries are rapidly ripening under the hot sun of recent days, but Hit..- be turned backto whosoever needs Walnut Streets In downtown Starke

.F going to be close close"'If any berries are ready for the county. fair. set next. ...R. ,"- said Chairman Arthur Gaakina'Concensus .> at Brooker and Hampton Elementary !
Wednesday-Saturday, says County Agent Bobby Taylory j. t: of administrators;when' -Schools;; In: Starke?' ticketsare --r-)
lit >There are plentyof green fruit and bloom,.a.d the berries hx>k-go ...
County Page 12A.
freeze which killed the-rlpenlng fruit early this month. It takes about a month no need for the program is that the 35
for berries to bloom and bear and the April :2. fair opening is about. the earliest, students served in the migrant program
local growers can expect to be scrapping again. can be served just as well in one
It leaves Taylor wondering what he can do for the dozen flats of berries he' of the other remedial education pro- mJe} mOWn (!CrierTHURSDAY. !
usually exhibits In the perennially rrlze.wlnnlng county. agriculture. booth. grams available such as Title 1.
Taylor says he'll have some berries I By law, the school system has to
"The sun will ripen'them fast. They ought to be flushing out of there now" report migrant students to the State

Taylor says. Department of Education said Supt.
The late freeze and snow killed strawberry plants back to the bud. Tom Casey. The superintendent said
There are about 125 acres of berries growing in the county this year, the usual the mirgrant students can be servedas
amount for the past 10 or so years. Taylor says he Is accused of not being able to well in other programs as long as !
find that many acres of berries, but the small patches of an acre or so add up the PREP program which identifies
and he's still using 125 acres. Taylor is a strawberry fan; this is the time of the skills or areas of deficiencies in
year when he considers taking a year off to grow a patch of his own elementary students exists here.
.. Growers with sizable patches are familiar names locally: Leon Starling J
and his son, Glen Starling Buddy Norman, Lane Gaskins, Luther Milliard, Mor- The school board voted unanimously !r
ris Carter Jr., Ronnie Belmarez,.Lloyd Griffis Marcus Moseley Chubby Yarborough to kill the migrant program on a
Carl McKinly and Sunny Strickland. motion by board member J.T. Par-
A successful marketing season depends on how long local growers can pick rish, seconded by board member Ver-
berries. they can pick in volume for six weeks in April and through the first non Parmenter.One .
two weeks in May the market may be all right, Taylor says. But if the weather principal whose school has a MAR 27
turns too hot and dry and shortens the season then the late freeze will have migran' program said the program !
taken its toll. Early March is the usual time for strawberries to start ripening' .J would be okay if it wasn't for the CLAY CO'OP ANNUAL
here and by this time growers are usually picking heavy. I restrictions placed upon it. Migrant MEETING-7 A.M.-t P.M.
+ M students are restricted to those whose Clay Headquarters
parents seek employment in
agriculture or fishery plants, he said. tArUR DAY. MAR. It
Marijuana The principal agreed the migrant ANNUALSTRAWBERRYQUEEN
I INo' students can be served as well In PAGEANT
''MGM II II I other existing Often
programs. a 8:00 P.M.-BHS Auditorium
I remedial student will tested and
: 'Confirms I Found eligible for the Title 1 program "
BHSPrincipal MOND&yMAR; 31
I as educably mentally retarded -
I qualify for speech therapy and the ROTC PAR ENTS Assn. Mtg. '\
::;::: I migrant program. 7:30BHS
; pC.by Andy Denonn if the student cooperates with school Berries for Queen SarahNot Too many such exceptional programs ROTC Classroom

I .;SiS BCT Staff Writer ficers.officials and law enforcement of a ripe strawberry was to be !'found In Glenn Starling's patch Saturday for' I can be detrimental to a child's ...... \,
the Strawberry Queen annual pre-falr photo tasting one of Bradford's 4 education the principal says, SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICEwill j
Slx 'seven Bradford the marl-
or High Duncan plans to meet :
students delicacies. But 1979 Queen Sarah Biggs made the most of the while bloom and I because the student is pulled out of his closed j
have been for
suspended of up See Marijuana, Page 12A... green fruit. I regular classroom too much. due to County FairHEILBRONSPRINGS
to 10 for
days use marijuana on '
school grounds during the current
term. Principal Jim Duncan has con- 'I
firmed. Vol. Fire Dept i
Most of the problem with mari" City ZoningA : .Board Wants' Full-Time Directorgreat Auxiliary Meeting-7)0 p.m.
juana occurs between 7:45 and 8:30 North Side Baptist Church 1

a.m: just prior to the opening of
school on an area surrounding the resolution supporting a full-time on. "I think the silent majority is in S.R. Hicks south of Wilson Road and thing for Starke and our .... UVJ12AYAPRILI!
BHS campus Duncan says. A wooded zoning director with more responsibilities favor of zoning." east of Parker Street be rezoned from future."
area across from BHS football was unanimously supported agriculture to single-family very low CITY OF STARKE
stadium is a for Thursday night by the Starke Plann-. In a job description prepared for density. Surveyor Pat Welch, who Accepted Carl Hurst's resignation .City Council Meeting
students to exchange marijuana, the ing and Zoning Board. the zoning board, it was pointed out works for the city had made the request from the board and thanked him for School Board R m.
principal added. that the director's annual'' salary of at an earlier meeting and the his long hours of service and contribution Administration Bldg. '
: Duncan urges parents to be more The action followed a suggestion by 112,500 represents only one-third of 1 board asked to delay action to deter- to the city. Hurst joined the boardIn ........
careful about where they drop Mayor-Commissioner Vernon Silcoxto percent of the city's budget.The mine if adjacent property owners February of last year. HFA Special
students off when they drive them to cut Director Al Crosby's hours to board recommended additional' would also change their zoning to Meeting .':00 P.M.
school Duncan was quick to point out half-time. Silcox said he didn't think make some 20 acres in the area zoned the Bradford Co.Comm. Room.
responsibilities for the director In- Changed regular meeting timeo
that school officials do not have the job should have been full time to Identically .
cluding electrical : fourth Tuesday of the
Issuing building monthit
of the students until with. The commission took
jurisdiction they begin no
water and numberIng But Bob Biggs who owned of 7:30: The next
sewage permits, some p.m. meeting MENS TRAINING NITE
the BHS Some drug action the tablin until
tare on campus. on request April houses and supervising the the land north of Hicks asked that his I lowever. will be April 8. The board Hetlbron Springs
transfers made when the next regular set 1 at7p.m.
are youngsters meeting. building inspector land remain zoned agricultural. He ind city commissioners will discuss North Side Bapt. Church ,
dropped off close to the school ..
,are he It was further pointed out by board said the land-use plan projected that subdivision regulations.' 7:00 P.M.WEDNESDAY. .
grounds. says members that matters land for agricultural
Drug arrests last fall, this winter; Zoning board members disagreed affecting planning purposes 1
with Silcox's recommendation sayIng and zoning have an on the had ., 'if
and recently have lowered the In- were Adjacent property owners APRIL!
the city could tighten its belt In life health and general of the said. But '
cidence of marijuana use at BHS this shown no opposition Crosby Index. :
residents and full time and .. BRADFORD COUNTY PAIR
a planning .
school officials feel. The ways."We're board member decided to leave the
year, change zoning director Is essential for the OPENS ...::.
from five to 20 grams of marijuanaone at a critical stage of continued progress of the city. other lands alone and change only the 11:00 A.M. ,
must possess to be charged with development in Starke, and this Is no .Hicks property. Two Sections Rotary Rural.Urban Day
felony has meant fewer drug cases involving ,time to punt." said board memberJoe Crosby had pointed out earlier that SECTION At Chicken Dinner :
high school students, Duncan Williams. ,Williams also noted .city ordinances pertaining to inspections Unanimously passed a .resolution News .,... ...... .*. Pages IA-JA: .
-saps'' Crosby has ,worked with the city's and permits need to be reworked. supporting the city's efforts to obtain Society.... ._. ,Pages SAA4A 'Courtesy.OlJACKSON .
No student this year has been In- .Comprehensive' land use since It Al it is now. the various depart. 'federal energy grant. City commissioners Editorial, :. _.....,..., P....4ALegals
I volved with drugs to the extent that was mandated by the sate government ments Issue permits and the city clerk are currently looking into the . ..,._... Pages 7 A&." BUILDING
expulsion has been conal though and he would be a logical choice' oversees the entire operation. For example 'possibility of a wood-burning power RealEst.. ... .. ... ...........1" <
'necessary, the principal says to ensure that the document. !, Implemented the street department Issuesbuilding plant..The government has set aside School Lunch Menus.. .Page 10A SUPPLY Of Stark. '
':6 tot students have drawn suspensions : correctly. permits: $23 billion Ira 'develop alternative SECTION St ," 'Hwtiadi,i S 664-6078

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State law. gives the' school administration "We're In the throes of change, and Iq other action, the board: Calling for the "resolution 'board Obituaries. .... ..,..,*,..,!. i.10. s.,,,,L'," '. "tMtlOO:Keystone And Httfltlti.9iA t.\

the responsibility of they're going to" try to make Voted to recommend to the-city: .. ,member Walter-Wescott said if the Classifieds, . .. .....,". ..;!S '_,, ...... -,?,?, .,4/3-4973, ....H..O'.I.\ ...
possibly i reducing" a 10-day suspension somebody! the goat Williams/went. '' commission that property: owned by! '.' ,grant was received "It ,would be a. "
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Page 2A TELEGRAPH March 27, 19IW ,

Petition Voluntarily Withdrawn

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.. Apartments: Lake '
""' on Bedford
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': [::;- Strong opposition by Bedford Lake Willie Brown, change from R1C to tips of a beauty salon on one-half acre
1"1"" .. -" property 'owners at Tuesday night's. BH (business) on one-half acre one- Itt mile northwest of Lawtey.

County Zoning Board meeting eighth miles south of Starke on eastside '.W.P. Forsyth,Jr:,special use permit
resulted in the voluntary withdrawal! of U.S. 301 for purpose of construction for operation of a gun repair and
t Ia by Warren Stevenson of a petition for and operation of. 'a" convenience ammunition reloading business on
three Jots In Lakeview Sub- store.Three .
Lot 2, four miles \southeast of Starkeoff
division to allow construction of two new petitions' requesting lOO-A (Griffis Loop), The business
multi-family apartment buildings, hearings at the April board meeting, will be operated by Richard Lee who
with four units each. were approved for advertising. as Forsyth.
rents the qm
Led by John M. Thomas, presidentof follows: property

Iwo the Bedford-Brooklyn-Crystal Lake, Maxle Carter Jr., change from
Civic Assn., the room full of protesters .:' R1C to BR3.1.1 for operation of a .
apparently took Stevenson by retail nursery on one-half acre, one- '
surprise with their strong show of opposition quarter mile south of Starke on eastside "Self-control" I I. at root
1 ,. causing him to quietly an- of U.S. 301. all virtues. Samuel SmilesJaws

(', b, nounce withdrawal of his petition Leon Starliiig, change from Ex
after hearing several speakers voice elusive Agriculture to BP for opera-
fears of the effect of the apartmentson .J. r :
the "peace and tranquility" of the M
Bedford Lake environment."I .
's don't think eight apartments
would be all that detrimental," .PyF ,7 yy
Stevenson said "but In view of such

widespread opposition to my proposalI
will withdraw the petition.'

Stevenson had asked for the rezon-
S.R. ing of 1.5 three lots
Farewell acres
City Hall. Hicks In retiring after 31 years with the city. comprising ,
in his Lakevlew subdivision Im-
City employees honored S.R. Hicks, retiring public work Pictured above are the public works employees who on
mokalee Road the
on southeast side of
superintendent, Wednesday with a cake-and.puneh party at worked under Hicks. I.
Bedford Lake from R1A (single fami-
ly residential) to R-2 (multi-family).
Thomas said his had suc- t

1 Hicks Says Farewell To City Job After 31 YearsWednesday cessfully developments fought in the group past which several had

threatened the single family residential -
nature of the area.
was the last day on the utilities as recommended recently by Stevenson fared better on another
job for S.R. Hicks ending 31 years of the city Board of Bond Trustees. petition in which he asked a change
city employment for the public works A native of Anadlusia, Ala., Hicks 'r from Open Rural to R1C (single fami-
superintendent who will turn 65 on came to Florida in the early 1930's ly residential on 20,000 sq. ft.) for 40
April 5. and worked at jobs In Gainesville and acres near the community center at
Brooker for several years before Theressa. He plans long-range
Starting with the city in November moving to Starke. Prior to starting his development of the tract starting with
1948, Hicks was first employed as long-term city employment he was about nine lots Initially.The III Comes to Stark
street superintendent, but his duties with the county road department for zoning board voted unanimously
steadily expanded with the Starke over the years until at the Hicks continued with his job the County Commission after no opposition ,.
time of his retirement he was in although "slowed down" a bit when was voiced to the petition. Swimmers In the Stark Motor Court pool 1 con pretend rhoy'ro.In o battle. to the v :
charge of sewer, water garbage and he suffered a light stroke five years Other petitions given the stamp of death with Jaw III.pointed on the bottom of the pool' Ihli wood by Kitty la Irvoh..It' )
trash collection and the disposal ago. He has no immediate plans for approval Tuesday night were: It'* part oi a refurbishing of the motel by 'Murphy- and Jan Phon whoVo own.d ,. 1
plant. the future except to take it easy for a the motel sines tail May. .
Ray Nettles a working foreman while and try to forget some of the Joe Pentecost change from open J
who has been with the city eight problems that have increased along Rat rt rural to R1C (residential allowing Installation Starke Motor Court i I

years, will pinch-hit in the job while with the growth of Starke-now double of a mobile home) on one- N.T.mI.A."dSIt. ..
the city explores the possibility of hiring the size it was when Hicks came on ( half acre 9 miles southwest of Starkeat )* I'ha"'U-714"
an engineer to supervise all city board In 1948. t Sampson City. 'I

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i Inmate 3 Counts 8
Charged on I LAWNHASS :J
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A Union Correctional Institute inmate In 1979, FDLE officers conductedan .."
Michael Costollo, was arrested intensive investigation stemming
Wednesday March 26, on three from allegations made by Costello. :. ij
charges involving a counterfeit Only one of the charges was .'1
cigarette tax stamp, announced State substantiated-that of a medical
Attorney Eugene whitwortli. technician obtaining drugs from the
Costello 30, was charged.with two (itra). f, ,t ,.. .$IS9.9s IMMM( ).... ,, .I37 .M :)11JI
third-degree felonitcounts; : procuring\ officials have had a continuing A BAG(WOAM a) ".( ).\t ,$I9.95* 1(0)22'( ) SEIF-PROPELIEDMMM.S22 S* (G)21") HI-WHEIL. HEAVY DUTY | (JGRASS) AOI4B? PITS
a counterfeit tax stamp and perjuryIn problem with allegations of |(B)22") POWER MOWER (WJW.F) .Uf.fS iE)2t"( ) DELUXE SELF-PROPEILEO (iekM> 11 $299.9S )
(GdHdl.M.) ) ) ,.. .. ..$2..95
an official procedure, aijd one unstamped cigarettes but FDLE and IC)22"( ) DELUXE MOWER(sir-, .*W. S. ,? .;.. $299.95 I (H)2-) DELUXE, HEAVY DUTY 11
Est' | (K)24") DELUXE
misdemeanor' count. of falsely repor- state beverage officials have been ( it's or (naval) .. ... .. .. .. SSfLM ,
ting a crime unable to Und the 'supposed V J Sir? 1 4 doff 19 ifp WHEEL I (la $49,10.95
unstamped} cigarettes. v
Costello had asked another inmate AIR
last December to have a tall: stamp Last September, a Gainesville attorney ) CAP ,
made for him, records show, The In- John Middleton charged that
mate notified prison superintendentRay UCI officials were thwarting a state
Massey, who in turn informedthe investigation of the unstamped
Florida Department of Law En- cigarettes. The investigation had
forcement and the state attorney's of been prompted by the discovery of a
fice. counterfeit tax stamp in the prison

According arranged to Whitworth between the a meetingwas inmate According to Massey, officials (lGKASS AO (DMA) liotHSELFPROPEUED( ) Fits (M) thnJ (O). . . .SISl
could find neither the Mp aN a Simpson
and Costello and tape recorded. unstamped 1P22"( } DELUXE SELF-PROPELLED | ]} 09 W I* HP irlgg. a Strotton
Costello was recorded as telling the cigarettes or the counterfeit tax (MM"POWER) MOWER (IUM). .tlit.VSf (..Mr) .. . ... .. . . .. $m." tngin. t /] Twin Cylinder Engine
inmate he would give him money and stamp. A similar investigation took (N)23) 'OEIUXI MOWEReriri.$119.96( )

marijuana in return for the tax place in May.Costello .

Is serving a life sentencefor
After Costello received the stamp a first-degree murder convictionin
.. he took It to his cell and .had three Oklaloosa County. He had been Mom Me
cellmates sign a statement indicating sentenced to death but the sentencewas People WAo : \ i

he had acquired the stamp commuted to life.Correction. M Cant ..

The day after the transaction, Feb. .:;FI' .' /. -
26, Costello was questioned by FDLE let mmK Ii; ,
officers and the state beverage
department.! At that meeting Costello I N
said the stamp had come from the !
Cross City Correctional Institutionand :"1

he had found it wired to a water
cooler in the prison canteen accor- In last week'i story on pro football .. ..
Brown and his visit to .
to made player Larry :
ding tapes of the conversation -
local elementary schools we Incorrectly
said he built his parents houseon < ,I M :

Whitworth said that Costello US-301 South.It |(A) FOLDING CHAIN (C) TILT-L/NaE1ILLA wise wreip/d bon bum" < )! DIM 'I .....
dicated in the had in. seems we were just passing on an (.Tres .. .. ... .. .... ".A"s W/CRANK m.U.tWM *T tound and port.IIOUMMCIIATAEUJE 14 wteusm bn Wish linked ..::(nl
the original meeting with untrue rumor. It was Larry's dad. EWOKEM OPIIU. ..* Mt an***, 11442 onsenot Ebr.h, Thick glow S basa2 'U
to accuse Inmate UCI that officials he (Costello) wanted Willie who built the house. la Vry. Om|........... .... *4M to* 42*round MM*. ....:.use:
of having the
counterfeit stamp and using it to illegally We apologize for our error. |PADDED LAWN FURNITURE : ..JAriJ'ACTlQNl'HK "-.n 01.::

stamp cigarettes. 1(1)( ) FOLDING PADDED CHAISE ;...."I
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Costello has been linked with THE BRADFORDCOVNTYTELEGRAPH i((2)) PATIO SNACK TAILS ((E.rti.} _I*.** ;
several other problems at UCI Whit- 1(1) :):"J
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worth noted. Published every Thursday (sews' ... .. .. .. .. ... .......-.. .,.... :sf
at 138 W.Call Street H(4)( ) FOLDING PADDED CHAIR r .. ,
Starke, Florida 32091 arc,. . .. .. . . . 2.... _:1:1'

Correction Second Class postage paid at t r l I Visit your near y $adcock doolor .'1I

Starke, Florida |(AREDWOOO) FOLDING I., dur.ble .ndoor/O Ida .._::it
Last week the Incorrectly SETTEEiuoo) ,. .. $32.98 | t Carpotlnf and long laitli 19 CnI ... ,
Telegraph L
(BREDWOOD) FOLDING I** Carpal lor ens : :
reported that Zoning Director Al Subscription Rates patio pool- 'Fsea
Crosby draws an annual salary of In trade area: 19.00 per year CHAIR(ewc.16.98| | ,
25000. IS.00 six months (CREDWOOO) HOSTESS :
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That is incorrect. Crosby makes CART (s.oT$14.98) | "
't2.500 yearly. Outside trade area 110.00 per year (DREOWOOO) FOLDING illY..,
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The Telegraph regrets the error. IS.SO tU months ROCKER (MM) Sit fl ,"Z


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J, :' WOOD--A Thing of the Past May Be Starke's FutureTaking I

another step toward urrenntyruce.less than using Unsure of what the entire project of duPont, said the plant has been
40 XJ developing an alternative source of oil at its ) Jones explained entailed and expressing some looking Into the commerlcalleaslblli.
city commissioner that one ton of wood Is equivalent
energy ,
hesitancy over moving so quickly of such conversion for several
unanimously agreed to go ahead with In BTU output to two barrels of oil.He 'bond trustee Ben Moxley said hewasn't ty months. Platt a would not give a
federal grant application procedures pointed out the north Florida area sure the government could definite date for the wood-
In a special meeting last Thursday, 'creates approximately 40( tons a yearIn move quickly enough. burning generator start-up and said he's goingto
wood and
March). wastes, his company
111' I Robert Gurin, a consultant for the alone produces BO tons a day In wood Another skeptic Is City Clerk Merrill the main offices In Wilmington,
Del., this week discuss the
wastes. Edwards who the to plan.
federal Department of Energy met says system "is
with commissioners and, bond If Starke went to wood-burning not a bed of roses. It still has kinks. Starke's proposal must be In by
'.ru tees to outline the steps necessaryIn generators, three existing engines "If It'll work, it's great," Edwards April 25 and the city will be competingwith
securing a slice of the $8.6 billion would have to be replaced and a conceded. 1,000 other cities for the grant
set aside to develop alternate sourcesof fourth engine added. Jones Edwards fears the same thing will monies. Eight cities in Florida will be
energy. speculated the power plant would not submitting proposals.
happen to wood supplies that happened
Wood-burnlnglenerators to supplythe have be moved but would have. to
to oil-less supply and higher
city's 2,500 residential and com- undergo some renovation.' "You gentlemen could'' be the
mercial utilities customers may Currently, Starke generates'only prices."I heroes of the works" if you act quickly
become a reality If Starke receives about five to seven megawatta of don't know why we've been pick. Gurin said. The project,. Gurin
approximately$6 to$10 million for the eleotrlcty--the remaining lghl ed. Bigger industries use "more than stressed, is Ideal.
the entire city ((01 Starke). Edwards
project-whlch could begin as soon as megawatts are purchased from
November of next year. Florida Power Light Co. Jones said said Indicating perhaps{ the alternate Gurin pointed out the government Is
Calling the project"very polltlcalt l if Starke went to wood-burning,the city fuel switch should be for large energy now trying to solve the country's
Gurin told commissioners they would could generate all of Its electricity. users. energy problems on a small-scale
have to spend many manhours contacting Wood-burning generators are not One large energy user, E.I. duPont, basis. "What's good for Starke would
local politicians, businessmenand new-the city of Burlington, Vt., con- Is considering the possibilities of con be impossible for Jacksonville,"
citizens. verted to wood in 1972. However, the verting to wood. Ken Platt, manager Gurin explained.
"This will need all the support and size of the cifyrequired that M
publicity you can give it," Gurin said. truckloads of wood be hauled In con-
Immediate costs to the city would stantly. Residents complained and
be minimal-just enough to pay for the wood-burning generators were
cover letters and copies of the grant scrapped.Starke .
proposal, Gurin Informed commis- however, would use only
sioners. about five or six truck loads a day
The University of Florida Institute with much of the wood being supplieilocally
of Food and Agricultural Sciences ,Jones said."And we're all us-
Y (IFAS) would prepare the study and ed to the trucks."
proposal which is due for review by Besides being a pacesetter In alter-
the federal government April 25. native energy sources, Starke could
Miss America, Cheryl Prewitt A scale model wood-burning distill about 1 million gallons annually
generator which produces ethanol a of ethanol from the excess heat from
gas that can be used by automobiles'and the power generation, creating addi- CLEARJUfGEFaced
;Bliss America Visit farming vehicles, was built by tional jobs and Income for the city.
to IFAS. The model will be used for the Commissioner Charles Schaefer
r feasibility study. noted if the city did have to pay back
any money to the government, the
"Our belief Is that it is a totally production of ethanol would more With The High Cost Of Eating Out ----
Fair riskless venture with only moderate than offset the payments.
Bradford County expense requirements, and yet has The change would also encourage
very substantial potential benefits to development within the city because Why Not A Family Cookout?
C the community," Gurin wrote in a of the low utility rates which 'would
I The reigning Miss America,Cheryl she would never walk again, Miss summary of the project. result, Gurin indicated.
I Rrewltt, will be visiting the Bradford Prewitt said her prayers allowed her The proposal already has the back- Commissioner Harold Epps seemed With An
I County Fair Thursday, April 3, to to walk. Ing of a local proprietor-Earl Jones, moat enthusiastic about the proposal,
share some of the fun. Then on Oct. 21, 19'74.' she said she owner of Crown Central Lumber. offering any assistance he could. EMBERMATICGAS
::Miss Prewitt was crowned last returned to prayer at a Jackson Jones said he's broached the subject Epps Indicated the North Central
September-the third Mississippi Miss., revival meeting, where about previously, but the city didn't have Florida Regional Planning Commission -
beauty to win the crown since 1960. 300 other believers joined to ask that the financial resources to even con- could assist with some of the proposal
dbe 5-feet-7 blue-eyed brunette Is a her shorter left leg grow to match her sider the conversion. with its energy requirement
I resent piano and voice graduate of right."I theWoodburning generators to supply study just completed for the land use GRILL
t Mississippi State University. She was sitting there calmly.We would cost ap plan.
sang l "Don't Cry Out Loud" for the very
she said.
prayed we asked.
talent competition.Miss "I sat and watched
leg out
Prewitt said she will offer my pow
\ 10 Three
! Instantaneously two Inches. New BusinessesIn
percent of her earnings to God for her Because of her experience, she said
two "mlracles"-walklng again after she would donate 10 percent of her $9995Reg.
f a crippling childhood accident and Mis America
earnings to church
i ,' winning the Miss America Pageant.' charities.I City Total $75,000
i' "God Is the Instigator of this whole '114."
f thing. If it wasn't for him, I would The Miss America title will bring in BTL. Extra Model ORB 18FAMILY
never have gotten out of that $20,000 In scholarships and more than $75,000 worth of new business con- building contractor, are opening offices
wheelchair and walked," she said. $50,000 In personal appearance bookings struction is currently going on In the in Starke in a new wood building
City of Starke, according to building constructed Scot Whitehead
Her left leg was crushed in an during her just by
: automobile accident in 1968 and she Miss Prewitt will at the Bradford permit records filed In city hall. ,Building at Edwards Road and US-301 SIZED
I was In a body cast and wheelchair for County Fair from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 Florida Publishing Company' south. Building cost is set at $25,000
eight months. Although doctors said Thursday. Jacksonville, publishers of the for the cedar frame building,actuallya
p.m. Florida Times-union and Jacksonville two-bedroom one-bath home constructed GRB 20
Journal, Is constructing a new so it can be moved. Clark FOR $1 900BTL.
m/iM| f- building just north of the Eaton Cor .and Whitehead are in process of mov- Reg. 012900'JACUZZI Ears

I ( :fI...".:..v.i3ifk..; iiHm. 'U. .' ..............nt.'J .f. US poratlo-301,north' and equipment Sapp Street sales at in ing'''Carl into Minx the new owner building.of the )local. ," \ ," 'I

,. Starke. Projected building cost. is Western Auto Store, is starting a
40000. $10,000 expansion of the US-301 and JACUZZI
Four FinedIn Starke.A The newspaper plans to move its Call Street store. Plans are to tear
1973 Kenworth rig driven by Leon I I local news offices and three-county: 'down the former Red Alvarez service
Traffic CourtFour Edwards, of Jacksonville, and a 1965 persons were fined Tuesday. GMC truck driven by Harold Moore I I on 301 to the new building. The north, or In back of, the present
March 25, in Bradford County TrafficCourt. of Ocala, were both northbound on j i property was purchased from the Western Auto store. Minx says he Is Reg. $43400 Perfect For
US-301. Edwards was passing Moore I Faulkner family for $25,000.. expanding his store to provide a
Judge Elzie Sanders fined Carolyn and apparently failed to judge the Philip Clark Keystone Heights larger stock and better service to Ms Out
Tyson, of Hampton, $38 for violationof distance and speed between two I i realtor, and Scot Whitehead, Starke customers. Cooking
right of way. vehicles ahead of him, and ran Into $248
James Ray Crawford was fined $48 the left rear of Moore's vehicle. .
Moore was carrying a load of junkedcars.
after to unlawful
pleading guilty an Christ- NCLUDES OAS BOTTLE

speed Walter charge.Wayne Rhoden was found Edwards was cited by the Florida INCLUDES GAS BOTTLE I

guilty of unlawful speed and was fined Highway Patrol for careless driving. Lutheran Church

r Stephen Raulerson was fined$28 for Man InjuredIn SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS ; VfSA SAWYER-SLADE _
unlawful speed. He was also fined 6 P.M. -, -
, $55.50 In court costs on a invalid Motorcycle WreckA
driver's license case. 28-year-old WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. !
Lawtey man was
Two persons were released and slightly Injured Wednesday night, Keystone Lions Club
) given a warning by Judge Sanders: March 19, in a motorcycle wreck near Keystone Heights.' Fla.
Marion Elizabeth Puttman viola-
on a
the Florida State Prison.
, tion of right of way charge, and Edwin Clark was leaving the prison Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m. 332 W. Madison St. Starke 9647701YOU'LL

William J. Goodge for careless driv- when his 1978 Suzuki slid on loose 473-2007 After 5 p.m
ing. gravel, ran Into the curb and struck a

I stop sign. Clark was thrown off the J tae---lttlas--Lt. --t4tl -.-. ....... .;
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2 Teens motorcycle onto CR16. .
Clark was treated and released B
f In Bicycle Mishap from the Bradford County Hospital. I
Damage to the motorcycle was
I Two Jacksonville teenagers were listed at $300. I
Injured Thursday, March 20, when
1 they were struck on their bicycles by

southbound vehicle on US-301. ';;v- .
! The youths, Arthur Green, 13, and YOUAUTO mmm0mval mHOG SALE.
I Randy Prevatt 14, were riding their : I
bicycles Into Lawtey when. 1980
Mazda driven by John Cromer struck
the boys from behind. Cromer was KNOW I j
traveling south In the passing (left) ByGene J' SAVEHUNOREDS DOLLARS
lane. The boys were wearing dark
clothing and had no reflectors. on the RossQ.
bikes. II
Prevatt and Green were taken to
the Bradford County Hospital by Even though I put la anew lot its"NC
rescue unit and later transferred to a thermostat just before I luA iI
Jacksonville hospital. winter begin ,I'm still i
Prevatt sustained multiple contusions hawing heater problemswith 1 fe! WE WILL MARK DOWN
and abrasions and a broken leg. my 1976 Pontiac !
Green also sustained abrasions and Grand Prta. None of the I| Exceptional Savings ii
contusions.' Both are listed. in stable bones era blocked but say B e ALL HOMES TO PREVENT v vOn
i condition. ,beater will barely get -
Estimated damage to the" vehicle warm. What can I dot Fleetwood i
was 1000. A. It may be new but the I MOVING
I i No citations were thermostat sounds like the Mobile Hornet d
f problem. Remove the cast
Iron housing at the u B THEM TO a
I No Injuries end of the,radiator hose .
..Featuring Tho i
In 2-Car Wreck. where 'It 'attaches to the ,
There were no larch In two-car engine".block.. If the, : g 1 + OUR NEW'
accident Friday, 21, at the intersection housing sticks: .place, tap I .II IILOCATIO'N
of SR-100 and Court StreetIn
Starke. it with under a hammer it. Lift; do not the SftZtc1'We _-
pry ,
Police records show that's' 1977' thermostat out of the B
GMC driven Leon Evans of
by ,
and check it for
housing an
Jacksonville, struck a 1978 Datsuni I B
while attempting to make a left turn open valve. If the valve i* r'
onto SR-100. The Datsun was driven'' stuck open,it will not allow' i "
the heater to deliver much
by Clair Lazenby of Starke. I
Estimated damage was set at $530. ,.....th.' When installingthe' : ,

for Evans the two'was vehicles.cited violatioliol.;,,, remove new any thermostat bite' of old I I ,', '*, Have Lost Our Downtown Location,To The New Post Office. We.Will Move North On Hwy. 21 I

right of way. .gaeket from the engine.. ;, '. I .
,'> housing and recessed iip.' 1'1"1 )' ." _., t,""'" / _. I

No Truck InjuriesIn CollisionNo ,damage Use a puttyknife' to the to surface.Aakomitivei avoid. ,,, 0'''0" .'.. I l: :' I, JOHM ;MPnBn.E* ; HOME,CENTER, > ...y .'., I

: --it f&'ip <
one was injured when two trucks:>; : Parts; Center;' > (
collided Wednesday. March It, on .I HW 21 ,,473-3775 Keystone Heights li
U.S. 301 about five mites south of JtarSi .
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Page l.TELEGRAPH; ; :March::21, 19110

I Wood Burning Power' Plant Nothing New in Starke ,

'r:: Perhaps there II, as the old trying The big difference In !the wood- quire boated buildings observe every month of 191By J.L. Peek,
goes "nothing new under the
And if Starke should sun. burning operation then and that proposed Monday. a holiday for !the next ten secretary City Board of Bond
: convert
; ever its
w now is that today's proposal weeks. This will close down on Mondays Trustee. .
municipal power plant back to a would utilize wood waste,whereas the not only factories: but also
wood-burning operation a possibility Cow Bell Nuisance
1919 operation burned wood Itself.
= saloons stores (except for UM sale of
: now being explored it will be proof Keeps Starke Awake
C: indeed the history doe repeat Itself. ,
But all of Starke's problems In 1919
K Energy problems are nothing new. Energy Problem Plagued Power Plant weren't of such a serious nature. For

Just as gas and oil shortages instance, this item from our Sept. 12,
:z monopolize the news today, so did a 'ScorcyofWood'in. 1919 issue of that year:

wood shortage make headlines in The became Starke people complain Dr. Erich Farber Dealers Inspect Solar Panels
Telegraph on 3, 1019. Under
January While Starke was wood fuel In belled ;
on drugs and food), places of amuse- cows are allowed the
the heading. "WOOD SHORTAGE
AT 1919 much of the nation was burningcoal ment and nearly all office buildings." freedom of the town, and ask The
LIGHT PLANT" The Telegraph which was also In short supply. The government's move came entirely Telegraph to let It be known that they Solar Energy Panel Plant
In January 1918 The Telegraph carried without warning in an order are tired of having andtohave sleep
a story from Washington that Issued by Fuel Administrator Gar- night after night, to get I
"For the past several! nights the American manufacturing enter out of bed and chase
cattle In
field with the approval of President away MarketStarting
light service has been Expanding to Foreign
prises. In all states east of the Wilson. the wee, small hours.
on account of the scarcity of wood. Mississippi River, had been orderedby .
The fuel problem has been a seriousone the government to suspend operations Another Item proving that history "If this warning Is not heeded, they
with the bond trustees for months, for five days as a drastic repeats, and there is nothing\ new will use more drastic measures. It is
and though a good price is paid for It, measure for relieving the "fuel under the sun: not generally known that the owners from scratch 2'4 years ago Solar Energy Laboratory at the
very few care to contract to supply famine". may be prosecuted: and fined for such with a staff of three (including the University of Florida.
the plant owing to the long haul and NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: Owing an offense, but this is a fact. Country owners) U.S. Solar Corporation, just Webb W. Farber, one of.the cofounders
the scarcity of labor. The plant is now "At the same time, as an additional to Increased cost of operating the people who have the privilege of using south of Hampton on Road 325 has of the Hampton plant; said
shut down at 12 midnight, but all- means of relief, it was directed that light and water plant, it has become the town for a cow pasture should grown to 20 employees and is expanding U.S. Solar is currently producing
night service will be resumed as soon industry and business generally, In- necessary that water and light rates know that this privilege, If abused, its market to several foreign around 400 per month of its standard
as sufficient fuel can be secured." cluding all normal activities that reetJiTORiALS- be raised 50 percent effective with the may be withdrawn." countries, Including Korea and Puerto solar collector panels and that production
Rico. has doubled every year since
But Bossy got her come-uppance the plant started operating.

several years later, as witness this Last weekend more than 40 dealers Philip A. Savill, president of the
item from July S, 1925: from the eastern U.S., stretching corporation, said the government is

from Connecticut to Louisiana encouraging; the use of solar energy
Cows Ruled Off Streets gathered for the quarterly seminar at with a 30-percent income tax credit on
For All Time to Come the plant for two days of lectures by the first $2,000 cost, and 20 percent on

> "The special election called for last Dr. Erich A. Farber. director of the the next 8000.

Tuesday for accepting or rejecting a
special act passed by the last legis- !
- all cattle found on the streets of Bidding Spirited at :

Starke, resulted in s vote of 119 to 20
for the act. I

.... Of C.R. FarmResidents
Zoning Office Needs FullTime DirectorTrying And inflation was rampant In Bradford

Starke even In 1917, forcing
Rowland's Cafe to run the following of Luke Road northeastof everything from tractors to diamond
and of- Notice to Patrons: "We have been Starke went without their home- rings, brought another 30000.
to run a 1980 planning zoning Make himself available to any citizen, civic
compelled, account of _
on high food C. that he..didn't
fice with a set of confused and conflicting ordinances group, club, or school to discuss current and prices, to raise the cost of dinners to delivered mail last Saturday. know when he had seen such spirited

is like trying to bail out the ocean future planning and zoning matters. 35 cents after May 1. Breakfasts and Neither rain, not sleet, nor snow bidding."Everything.
with a tablespoon. It can't be done. suppers at the same price as before." will halt Uncle Sam's mail carriers
In a resolution drawn up this week for but a blockade of parked cars will, sold except a few per
presentation to the City Council, members of and that's what happened when some sonal items and one bed retained by

The solution,as we see it, is not to reduce the the City Planning and Zoning Commission 600 eager bidders surrounded the Mrs. Bradford." the auctioneer said.
office of and zoning officer to a available FORESTRY Claude R. Bradford property which Bidding started at 10 a.m. and continued
city planning point out that: "The director is to until the last lot was sold after
auctioned off the
was being to bare
part time job, as was mentioned at the last City carry out additional duties..to include handling walls. Lucy Butler, substitute mail 7 p.m. '

Council meeting, but to revise the ordinances all matters relating to building, inspections IN BRADFORD COUNTY carrier on duty that day,just couldn'tget The Bradford home, with its

so that they will carry out the intentof and permits as recommended by the By through. 50-year-old pecan grove, dates backto

the city's comprehensive planning commis- Study Committee that prepared the land use ;'e :Mark ..rl.'.. post-World War I days when it was

sion to consolidate all planning and zoning and zoning map for the city in 1975-77 and the former Bradford's Becky widow Simpson, Rebecca of the early(the known as the Heenan Williams placeon
functions into office under a single the old Lawtey Road.The grove,at
single Florida
a North Central Regional Planning
Gem Jewelry store) was amazed and
its of the best in the
prime, was one
head the city's new planning and zoning of- Council, and is available to work with other city delighted with results of the sale. She area.
ficial. had found the ancient house its 37
employees in any way possible. DOLLARS
acres,and 175: pecan trees too burdensome "Included in the items sold Saturday
The present ordinances relating to the zoning WOODS-Some long steps have been to care for after the death of her were 180 packages of shelledpecans

office are a mass (or perhaps we should All of which points up the need for a Charter taken of in recent years toward, making husband, and decided to sell ever- from one of our freezers,"
hashed Revision Commission to study the city charter use logging wastes such as tops, thing,moving this week to Park of the Mrs. Bradford said.
say "a mess") of conflicting wordage, limbs, sawdust, and stumps left Palms
and rehashed until they are open to different and ordinances, eliminating the conflicts and behind when the truck leaves the at Keystone Heights. Bradford, who took an early retirement

interpretations by everyone who reads them. anachronisms that are becoming stumbling woods. Ben Campen. Gainesville auctioneer from the Philadelphia police
J_ A ,blocks to some..worthwhile; objectives iathe .. who handled the sale with a force after 22 years of service, bought
instance ** .. Much room for improvement remains of down'A ''the place in 1953. and during his still
For : 'f. .J. P zoningoffice'bf1d elsewhere. fT "$ > staff 12. "knocked ''the house ,
._ :: ( however. Each year between and 37 acres to Leroy Griffis,' Starke n e 'i :tive y r3'dperatedpecan shelling
Paragraph four of Chapter II of the City We join with the planning and zoning I960 and 1972 the combined logging soft drink truck driver, for $112,000. equipment at the Starke State

Charter ( page 69) sets up a Street members in expressing "a sincere desire that wastes of Florida Georgia, and South Personal property, including Farmers Market.to .
Carolina amounted to over 6 million
Maintenance Committee and provides that the the City keep a full-time planning and zoning cords approximately equal to

member or members of such a committee director" and that he be backed up by the ordinances Georgia's annual pulpwood produc- Health Clinic and Senior Services !
shall other duties "have charge of the
among necessary to enable a full and efficient tion.
issuance of building permits in the City of operation of the office.
Starke." Multiply that times $8 per cord, a Welcomed by Kingsley ResidentsA
rough average price paid In the three
Apparently this provision of the charter has states throughout the period, and you
decision form Senior Citizens be held at 11 a,m. Thursday
to a April
been and is therefore still in get a conservative idea of how many
never repealed ,
Club for the Kingsley Lake community 17. Those attending are asked to bring
dollars are left in the woods
effect, although if the street committee ever Ace in The HoleIt each year. Since Florida's pulpwood resulted from a meeting at the a sack lunch, and drinks will be pro-

issued a building permit we are not aware of prices are usually the best in the KLPOA Civic Center on Road-16C vided.
the fact. Tuesday morning attended by 15 Ms. Wills said that the next meetingwill I
:' South, our problem is worse than
would take a persistent Pollyanna to be residents of the lake area. be devoted to card games and
The matter of issuance of building permits optimistic in the face of today s economic average. other activities, and a discussion of

was not clarified in the revised zoning ordinances snafu, but at least one economist, Dr. James Several improvements have come Drew Wills with the Clay County organizing classes in nutrition,.exercise
on Aging, was pleased with
which was adopted by the city in Francis, who recently appeared before the In the form of new logging equipmentand the turnout and the interest shown. All, and seniors crafts., men and women,are invited

May 1978. A diligent search of these new ordinances House Finance and Tax committee, believes multiple-product techniques.logging Tree-length allow about and Plans were made for the next meeting to attend. j

fails to reveal any mention of who is that Florida's steadily growing population is one-third less residue than traditional ..:

to issue building permits, although it was the an "ace in the hole" that will keep the state on methods used in the South. Even -

intent of the planning commission that all such an even keel, even if the rest of the nation more thorough is a machine designedto :

matters be handled by the new zoning and slides into a recession, as predicted.Dr. pluck up an entire tree. Includingthe County Agents
planning office with its full-time director.If horizontal tap root,supporting leaving behind roots only; this the by Bobby 964-62HO I.. Ta>lor"Phone" '. J

the duties of the planning and zoning office Francis believes that the long-awaited salvages a large fraction of the logging Notebook : '
economic downturn is now just around the cor- waste, where it can be used. '
do not, in the opinion of some, warrant a "
the fault of the office ner, and will strike the national economy early .J L.
full-time officer, it is not Another machine "eats" whole
but rather the fault of inadequate ordinancesthat in the second quarter of 1980 a year later trees on the logging site, branches,
Our lawns are also greening and in turn conditionsand
than up depends on climatic
most economists had
predicted.The for of the
needles and all
: except part
still funnel a major part of its duties and responding to the ram and fertiliza the maintenance program i being
which sifted
needles and bark
into other channels. There is are tion. Folks have gotten the lawn
responsibilities followed. For example, during the
out, the entire tree is shipped on the
House economist said that the tourism mowers out and have started
more than enough work for the office if the office spot and blown into a waiting trailer. summer when warm-season grasses
were rform the duties that it and construction industries will feel some of weekly task of mowing. grow very fast, they must be mowed

was created to fulfil the impact of the downturn, but on the whole But there is no easy cure to the problem often. During the winter, growth
Proper Is of the
mowing one most
of wood-waste. Interlocking slower and mowing is needed less
Florida's growth factor will continue to keep
And there are other duties that logically with inflation of the answer are found at all important factors contributing to an often. The maintenance program has
pace or even exceed it by two to levels of the forest industry, from attractive lawn. Proper mowing a lot to do with how often the lawn
should fall to the planning and zoning office, in three percent. planter to mill. A new method to means that the grass is cut at the op- needs to be mowed A grass being fertilized .
addition to issuing building, electrical, water, recover branches or topwood is timum height and often enough to heavily will have to be cut
and plumbing permits. These are some of the Throughout 1979, state revenue estimatorshave useless unless It provides wood In a keep it healthy and attractive. Mow more often than the same grass main-
responsibilities that should be carried out by a continually revised their forecasts up- form that the mill can handle and con ing can "make or break" the lawn tained under Infrequent or minimum

full-time zoning and planning officer: ward as tax collections continued to outpace vert into a satisfactory product. And well regardless it is otherwise of the type maintained.of grass or Mow.how fertilization. Natural rate and type'of
earlier projections. This has resulted in a new, efficient harvesting machinerymay growth also affects mowing frequency. -
low weakens the
Ing too
Keep house numbering on a current basis, $480.6 million surplus in 1980-81. Dr. Francis not pay its where small, poorly- the sod to thin-out; encourages grass causing Inva. muda. Rapid growing be grasses llke.txjr-
managed tracts trees are too must mowed more often
assigning correct street addresses to newly believes that Florida population increases of small or are so crowded that they sion of weeds; makes the grass more than slow'growing grasses such Its
constructed homes and businesses in the interest three percent annually are likely during the stopped growing when they were 10 susceptible to peats, and can even- zoysla. Bahia and carpetgrass which
of better mail delivery service and the next two years and will mean corresponding years oldT tually cause the lawn to die. Mowing seed a lot during the summer will require
convenience of the too high produces a ragged, unattractive very frequent mowing to
general public. increases in state tax collections. lawn and buildup of
encourages remove the unsightly seed sulk/j.
In cooperation with wood industries /
Work with and in close communicationwith There is thatch (spongy layer of plant debris). Since frequency of
no doubt that Florida's population wood growers, and the US Mowing with a dull or poorly adjusted mowing dependson
the Forest Service, the Florida Divisionof so many factors is difficult to sot
inspector. will continue to grow as more and more mower causes severe damage to the strict

Work with all city officials and departmentheads "weather refugees' continue to move into the program Forestry to develop has set new up a processes utilization to after grass and leaves it very. unsightly :particular recommendations Iawngra58 must on how be ror often
sunbelt to the bitter winters cutting.
escape and exhor- .
in matters relating to planning, zoning, make better use of Florida's wood

and development of the city. bitant heating costs now being experienced up resource.At ., Optimum cutting height Is determined General guidelines on mowing' frequency '
North. The 1980 census is expected to show the' the habit be used
time the woodlands of by growth of the can however., frfr-
Meet the growing demands that will be state entitled to two additional Congressmen, Florida are same being pushed, to live to grass and its texture (width and quency is best' determined by: the
made on the zoning official's time when the ci- and this same growth, if unabated, could also their potential yield but not pushed up length of leaves). Survival of the amount of growth since the last clipping \

ty's new comprehensive plan becomes effective soften the impact of any recession or depres' hard enough. Across the state, our grass depends leaf on its ability to produce that rather have than the number of'days -
next July 1. sion that might plague the rest of the nation. woodlands are growing about 6 enough food to maintain elapsed. i|
million cords year,while our landis production through
capable of growing almost twice photosynthesis. If the lawn Is mowedtoo The"Rule of Thumb"is a practical
that amount. Bradford County's low, too many leaves are cut off. guide for mowing frequency MOW
record is better than most, with and the grass is unable to produce OFTEN ENOUGH THAT NOT MORE:
CRID, t\"utn'H(; ( woodlands growing at 70%>> of their enough food to maintain itself. The THAN 1/4 to 1/3 OF THE TOTAL
utJ grass literally starves, thesod LEAF: SURFACE IS REMOVED AT
becomes thin and produces a very A GIVEN MOWING. An examplmar .*

(, Miwi mil ijr! aii4 t being "better than average" Is poor looking lawn. Flne-Ieaved\ help clarify this guideline. If it is
(0 MM(Ir y not good enough. By 2000 AD we will creeping lawngrass can be mowed to maintain a St. Augustin
need about three times, the 1970 closer to' the ground than coarse'textured lawn at a height of 2 Inches, it should
OC harvest to fill our needs for wood and upright grasses. Removalof be mowed at least by the time it
*o much leaf surface would mean reaches a height of 3 Inches.
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERPublishers fiber.We must grow as much wood ss Anothe
could to think of
each wilt permit and we will that these coarse grasses no way this rule of thum lilatil
longer produce sufficient food. The LEAVE TWICE AS MUCH LEAR .
have to make the best possible use of
'uislished Path _.,.., .. sod would thin and plants would die if SURFACE AS YOU : .
Thursday end as second Clams Matter the Poll Offta lt r* .pt.l wider Act ol March s. 117 each tree grown.
mowing was continued at so low a SINGLE REMOVE. -
k Your land be part of the pro* height of cut.Frequency. ]
... may '
1 Suh..ripliewr.tft" is tr. or t St.r year:S!Sit l Mmlhl '
btora and of the answer. Check:
:ow.ia sail.. o :=I"r.or,!".i$5.50 si.r MoMh. : 1
I phone 141.N06 Itwfc*.PlorMa with a eoaguttant. Industrial forester, of mowing Is determined "A philosopher Is one who ,
or .jrourjpgunty' Forester for help. by growth rate of the grass which doubts." Montaigne :

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The Colonel Wilsons

Give Rehearsal Dinner '
Col. and Mrs. William Wilson Sr. / ro c
entertained at a dinner party Friday -
night at their home In Lawtey for fJ n uodal u k.J1 .
their son William Wilson, Jr. and
fiancee,HJalmar McMijIlan following
Jie couple's wedding rehearsal.The .

buffet ,tabled' and six, dining ( adyd mool'J CiTIi- ,

tables were covered with ArmyNavycloths Gafifor .. ewJ.
Society vI'
and centered with spring floral //J1f U' Fee.

arrangements. The buffet table also, 964.7608
held two three-branch silver
'candelabras with white candles. -- .-

The 40 guests Included the 1m- .
:mediate families, wedding party and McMillan to.ppy.E'ATEIt: Self-Help'Program
I iwt-of-town guests: Mrs. P.A. Foster Hjalmar Presented At
at Roes, Calif.:, Miss Lynne Foster of Shower Honoree .,
S f Hollywood, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Miss BURTA Meeting
William Kenny of Benecia, Calif. and HJalmar McMillan was "' ,,111
honored at a kitchen shower A program to
River. Tuesday .
Peddle of \
Mrs. Shelton Crystal \ threats
night Mar. 4, given by Mrs. Henry T. reduce to you and your property
-9 O'Aym Godwin, Mrs. B.L. Moxley Jr.Mrs. Hall Reunion was presented by Dolph Red-
R.M. Riherd, Mrs. J.F. Bloodworthand dish, Sheriff of Bradford County to
'xl A. Denise Crawford Mrs. Donald E.. Carter at the Sunday. April 6 the Bradford-Union Retired Teachers

+wl Gerald V. Smith home of the latter at Kingsley Lake. The annual Hall Reunion will be Association meeting on Thursday'
Games were played by the 25 guests March 10.Reddish.
held Sunday, April 6, at the Theressa
Wed Feb.,28 during the party hours 7:30: and 8 p.m. Community Center. A basket dinner stressed selected security
Janet Denise Crawford and Gerald and prizes awarded to Mrs. Douglas will be served at approximately 1:00 steps to safeguard property against
and Miss .he major invitations to burglary.
united in Hardy McMillan after which

Vernon Smith were marriage p.m.
refreshments Many simple recommendations to
were served.
In Ga. in
Feb. 28 Folkston
fit] The hostesses presented the reduce risk to bodily harm were In-

lTal ,.JA! private. The bride ceremony.Is the daughter of the late. honoree with a corsage made of kit- Sapp Reunion cluded. Free materials are availableto
the sheriffs office to aid of
chen utensils and an electric fry pan groups
+ +11 Mr. and Mra. Donald Key*..Jr. Lee Thomas Crawford Robert of Crawford Lawtey. Mary as a memento of the occasion. Sunday, April 6 individuals in security. A questionsand
of Vernon and The Sapp family reunion, the answers period followed the talk.
Jerry is the son Mary
descendants of the late Leonard and Mrs. L.A. Canova invited thi 'groupto
: Susan Kitchens and Donald Keys, Jr., Smith Denise of Starke.is employed at Trail ATTENTION SENIORS OF'78 Susan Crosby Sapp, will be held Sunday attend "Piano Fun" presented by
.." Restaurant in Lawtey and Jerry is > April,at the Lake Butler. Community the music teachers and their pupils on
A few of fellow classmates May 26 at the Starke Woman's Club.A .
Wed your are Center.
: Feb. 14 in Gainesville part owner of Smith Brothers Body
; semi-formal class covered dish luncheon was servedat
.in Ir Shop in Starke. planning a reunion. A picnic lunch will be served at 1
If this sounds interesting to con- noon. Beautiful azaleas were usedto
Susan Kitchens cut the bride's cake and Heidi Lawson The couple is residing off of 301 In you p.m.All
Lynette daughter tact Latonya R. Johnson at 964-7053 friends and relatives are invitedto decorate the tables in the Bradford
of Annette F. Kitchens of Starke and of Gainesville presided at the punch Starke. by Mar. 31. attend. County School Administration
Donald Leon Keys, Jr. of Hampton bowl. building for the occasion.
son of Frankie Jean Keys of N. Fort The couple Is residing in Waldo. -
Myers were united in marriage Feb. The bride is employed at Western
14 at 8 p.m. in the Lake Forest Baptist Auto in Gainesville.The .
Church In Gainesville with Rev.Gene groom Is employed as an
Keith performing the nuptials. automobile painter at Elector-bake In

Decorating the altar were two Gainesville.The .
baskets of pastel colored daisies and bride is the granddaughter of
white gladiolus balanced by two Mrs. Louise Furtick and the late L.C.
t candelabrums. with white tapers. Furtick of Gainesville..

..I?w.' .:: Mrs. sandy Robertson presented a &
n. of music. I
.k "program
i' Lucille shopw7
David Eiland served as best man. Payne an
Miss Bridgett Smith of Gainesville Installed PresidentAt
attended as maid of honor.She wore aId
?i pink lace floor length gown and car- Alpha Nu, DKG

{n., ".rfed white and pastel daisies. Lucille Payne was Installed\ presi- '
no The bride, given in marriage by her dent at the Alpha Nu chapter of Delta
t ,?,,',.brother, Michael Alan Kitchens wore Kappa Gamma Society meeting held eri
an ivory floor length gownwith Tuesday March 18 at 7 p.m. in Lake
I pleated skirt and lace bodice. Her Butler Elementary School In Lake 5
I ,:tI,\; lace cap with seed pearls and ivory Butler.
f I J>i netting, was handmade by the bride's Martha Riherd, president Installedthe
t I ...,,- mother. She carried a cascade bouquet following officers for 1980-82 to
>:IS: of white and pastel daisies serve with Mrs. Payne: Sharon
centered with pink carnations, baby's Lyons,first vice-president; Ernestine
i i/l breath and red roses. The bride also Register, second vice-president;
wore a gold heart necklace given to Janet Walters recording secretary;
her by the groom on the wedding day. Nancy Galloway corresponding
: ''" ,A reception was held in the church secretary and Muriel. Norman
V:"; Fellowship Hall. Tasha Livingston treasurer.
A district workshop will be held In
Gooding Auditorium at Jacksonville
: .j., Catherine lewis University on April 12 at 9:30: a.m. for

i v. .Shower Honoree all new officers.
Janet Walters gave a devotional onAHappinesaub 1_'
'.111}' : Miss Catherine ewi i whose mara.. b,."M.OJI' ..u Jo to-.r -,'.
rlagelo Robert T'erhM-ee will be an next meeting will be' held In
"I," event of March 29, was honored at a
'','. Starke at noon on May 24,the place to
bridal shower Monday night given by be announced later. This wil be a
Mrs. Jeannie Faulk, Mrs. Robert
Dutch treat luncheon.
Carver and Mrs. E.E. Griffis at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter, ric
Sr.. Lake.
on Kingsley
Pink and lavendar azaleas were used Hospital AuxiliaryTo
'I, at points of interest in theparty Meet March 31

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covered with a white linen cloth and County Hospital Aux-
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.'.' pink azaleas. dinner-meeting on Monday night.
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and selections
: Mrs. Karen Kuthman read March 31, at 6:30 p.m. at the Western prices are
? a poem Steer Steak TG&Y Is
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There will be a report on the In fabrics!
.Mrs. Bobby Lewis. mother of thetr.honoree foremost
nominating committee and election of
was among the 18 guests. '
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Page IA TELEGRAPH Marsh n. Ma

Catherine Lynne Lewis Mrs. Hardenbrook "
Did You Know. .. .. .. .. .
Robert Terry Lee Shower Honoree
J To Wed March 29 The Fellowship HaD of the Starke lira. James Shaw and daughters, Mrs. Flossie Prescott of Starke and Joey and Cindy Jordan of Live Oak
Miss Catherine Church of God was the setting for a Lindsay and Kelley of Putnam Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bedell of were Saturday visitors of their grand
Robert Lynne Lewis and stork: shower Tuesday night. Mar. 18, are spending two weeks with herparen" Holbrook, L.I. spent Thursday to parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson.
Terry Lee will be united In f for Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook. '.Mr.and Mrs.Robert McRae. Monday In Inverness and St. Charles Lawson of TallahasseM'also
marriage Saturday,March 29. at 7:30 The hall was decorated In the traditional Mr. Shaw will Join. the family next Petersburg.Mrs. spent Thursday night with his.
p.m.Church with Madison Street Baptist baby colon of pink blue and week.Mr.. parents, the Lawsons. ', '"
a reception following yellow. The refreshment table was W.H. Thomson and Mrs. J.M.
the church Fellowship Hall. covered: with a white lace cloth over a and Mrs.. Francis Hollon of Blackshear attended the Tour of Mr. and Mrs.Steve Weldon of Mac
All friends and relatives are Invited Y blue liner and centered with a huge Canton,Mo.were Monday to Wednesday Homes in Monticello on Saturday and clenny and Mr. and Mrs.W.A.Weldonof
to attend. set of homemade wooden building guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rex visited friends and relatives in Bunnell and families spent Sunday
blocks spelling"baby"surrounded by Anderson. Tallahassee and Panacea until Tues- with their mother, Mrs. Gladys.
., a teddy bear, a guinea pig and Weldon. \\
Karen Ann Glover. dogwood blossoms which were laterpresented Kenneth McKinney of Brunswick,\ day.Mr.
Joseph Stromsnesa Jr. to the hoooree. Ga. visited his mother Mrs. Bettie and Mrs. Walter Tuttle of Cincinnati Rev. and Mrs. V.J.. Ragsdale rf
The gifts were placed In a carriage MlzeUe on Sunday.Mr. Ohio were recent visitors of Okeechobee were last Friday guests
Wed March 15 decorated with pink, blue and yellow Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek,Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion.IS ..-
streamers and bows. A miniature and Mrs. Mac Baldwin attended -
Mba Karen Ann Glover, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Glover of wicker. carriage held pink azaleas and the golf TPC In Jacksonville during Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran were youths from the First Christian
dogwood blooms. the weekend.Dr. Church spent Friday, Mar. 21, at
Raleigh, N.C. former Starke Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. ,
residents, anJ Joseph March Games were played by the 40 guests and Mrs. Carl Jones In Jacksonville.Mrs. Disney World. Accompanying the'
Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. GiyleShaiord and prizes were awarded. and Mrs. Jay Moseley and Mr. group were Mr. and Mrs. Warren
Stromsness son
Joseph March Stroma_. Sr. of The hostesses. Mrs. J.T. Kirkland, and Mrs. Pat Baxter of Knoxville Edwin Williams celebratedher Carver, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ponder,
Zephyr-hills were united in marriage Gayle Shuford Jr., Mrs. Charles McKinney, Miss Tenn. are Sunday to Friday guests of birthday Monday night with a dinner Mr and Mrs. D. Green and Rev.Jack

Saturday March IS at 1 p.m. In the Perry NiculaEngagement Marilyn Henley, Ms. Shuri Oglesby, Mrs. J.H. Moseley. party at the Western Steer Steak Bowman.
Our Lady Of Fatima Catholic Churchin Told Mrs. Tim Crews and Mrs. Charles House given by her children Mr. and
Inverness. Father James Cottrell Schmitt presented the honoree a corsage Larry Olin White graduated Saturday Mrs. John A. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early were In
presided at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. George L.Shuford an- made of ,/baby Items and a from the University of Florida with Wayne Blankenship and Mr and Mrs. Tavares last Tuesday to Thursday
Mrs. Joseph Andrews of Inverness nounce the engagement and approaching stroller as a memento of the occasion.4hIR7WS honors and a business administration LaMar Williams.. visiting Mr.and Mrs. Amos Sanford.

presented a program of nuptial marriage of their :fegree.
music. daughter, Wanda Gayle to Perry Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Frick were Mrs. Maurice Overstreet and Mrs.
Mr. Stromsness, Sr. attended his Dean Nicula, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oc- Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Dansby and guests of Mrs. Sylvia McKilvey of L.C. Early of the Hospital Auxiliary
son as best man. Ushers werre Tony tavian Nicula,aU of Lawtey. family of Lansing Mich. arrive Daytona Beach this past week. While attended the President's Councilmeeting
Campbell of Lutz and John Sturmark Miss Shuford and Mr. Nicula are Saturday for 10 days visit with his there they attended the Blue Angel Tuesday at the Greater
of Ocala.: both 1977 graduates of Bradford High parents, Mr.and Mrs. R.O. Dansby In Air Show In Sanford of which their Orange Park Community Hospital!
Highlighting the altar were two School. She is presently enrolled In Starke and with her mother- son, AZl Rick Frick is a member. and Wednesday at the Timuquana
white standing candelabras and standing the Lake City Nursing Program. Mr. James Lewis Smith Jacksonville. Country Club In Jacksonville.Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs.William Smith,
baskets of white mums, Nicula Is presently employed with Cecelia Terwillegar and Martha
gladiolus, pompoms and baby's Mid-State Electric Co., Gainesville III announce the birth of a son,James Members of the United MethodistWomen' Dorko were guests Sunday of MrsDorko's Smith DeVoe spent last week I
Electrician Lewis Smith born March B in Alachua Sunday School class had a with her sister-in-law and brother,
breath. The unity candle was lit by and is enrolled in Santa Fe daughter. Jackie Bales Ter
the bride and groom during the Program.The General Hospital. and luncheon Wednesday at the Western rell at the golf TPC In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hocker in Port
ceremony, while the organist played wedding Is planned for Aug. 1 Paternal grandparents are Mr. Steer Steak House celebrating Viola Jackie is a marketing specialist Richey.
Mrs. Lewis Smith and
paternal great
"You Light Up My Life'V ate p.m. in the Northslde Baptist Anderson's birthday.Mr. General Electric.Mr. .
grandfather is William Hogan Smith,
Miss Deborah L. Glover of Orlando Church,Starke. Miss Cindy Thornton of Palmettowas
attended her sister as maid of honor. No invitations are being Issued but Sr.Maternal and Mrs. Olin White had a and Mrs. W.J. Frick have as weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.
She wore champagne colored dress all friends and relatives are invited to grandparent is Bonnie cookout Sunday evening in honor of house this week Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown. w-
and maternal
with matching color soft pastel print attend. Doughman great their son Larry's graduation from David rests of Oakland City, Ind.
grandparents are Mrs. Gertrude UF. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Savage Mrs. Herbert
cape. of Floral City and Haisten and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Robert Smith and daughters, Cindy, Green and Mrs. J.H. Fields vISitedMr.
Kathy Thompson Keesling of Inverness servedas Weeks UDC To Houch, all of Starke.. .. Margaret, Tracy and Sue of Lawtey Randy Chilly of Orange Park and and Mrs. Charles Fields sn|
soft Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and son Robert McNeal of Cocoa Beach spent Jacksonville last Thursday. -|
bridal attendants.
They Meet 2W.T.
April Christina Carter Wesley and daughter Kelly and Mr. the weekend with Randy's mother,
the rose maid gowns of with honor.cape to match that of Weeks' UDC will meet Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter of and Mrs. Michael White of Mrs. Joan Chitty. Mr. and Mrs.R.O. Dansby and Mr,.

Kimberly Dawn Orr, niece of the Wednesday, Apr. 2, at 3 p.m. at the Starke, announce the birth of a Gainesville. Rodney Hall visited Mrs. J.B. Dansby
home of Mrs Lester Crews with Mrs. daughter Christina Dawn born in '
flower I. Perry on Sunday.
of g1r j
Tampa, was
groom Given in marriage by her father the Gladys Weldon, Mrs. Milton Wheeler March 11 in Alachua General Billy Powell returned last Friday Mrs. H.L. Hutson spent last Thursday Barksdalf
bride wore a formal gown of organza and Mrs. Herbert Thomas as co- Hospital.Paternal. from Alachua General Hospital to Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert of
over taffeta. The bodice featured a hostesses. grandparent Is Mrs. where he was confined for 11 days C.L. Pafford In Methodist Hospital, Humboldt. Tenn. are here this week
Richard Carter of Daytona Beach. with friends and relatives. Z
Queen Anne neckline which was ap- Maternal grandparents are Mr. and pneumonia. who underwent surgery. visiting
pllqued In venise lace down to the empire
waist. The full, sheer sleeves Bridesmaid's LuncheonFor Mrs. Calvin Henley. .of. Starke.. Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa is Mrs. Mary Overholser, Mr. and Don Bagwell is convalescing: .
were gathered at the wrist with a Hjalmar McMillanThe visiting her sisters,Mrs.O.L.Beasley Mrs. Lloyd Rowe, Mrs. Pauline Grow home after three weeks in Alachua <
sheer ruffle and venire lace Jesl Ross Brown and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid from Mondayto and Mrs. Mary Lawson visited St. General Hospital following a heart'at
accented home of Mrs.Douglas Hardy on Amanda Nlchoe: Brown Saturday. Augustine last Thursday.Mr. tack.
The skirt was bya ;;
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of
for Gary
E. Call Street was the setting a
venise lace
flounce bordered in
and which also formed the bridesmaid's luncheon given last Fri Bonifay announce the birth of twins, C.H. Nasworthy returned Sunday and Mrs. David Christopher
chapel appliques train. Her veil was a fingertip, day for Miss Hjalmar McMillan by Jessie Ross Brown and Amanda from Riverside Hospital where he and daughters of Winter Haven spent 'Social Security Office
pencil edged bridal Illusion held by a Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Nlchoe Brown, born Mrch 21. was a patient for a week. the weekend with her father, Charles To Be Closed March 31 c

bandeau of matching venise lace. She Mrs. J.E. Hardy and Mrs. Franklin Mrs.Maternal grandparents and are Mr.and Dinkins.Mr. W.P. Fisher, Social Security I
Ritch. George Highsmith paternal
Christy Walters of Gainesville is
carried a bouquet of white pompoms, representative, announces that the ,
Mr. and Mrs.
mums, roses and baby's breath. grandparents are spending several days this week with and Mrs. A.S. Harrison, Gus Starke office In the Civil Defense
A reception was held in the Floral At points of Interest In the living Eugene Lee of Starke. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Harrison and son, Richard were in building will be closed Monday,
room and family room were attractive I
City Community Club. of silk flowers. ..... Peek Jr. Ocala Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. March 31, due to the Bradford County I'
Greeting the guests at the door arrangements Robert W. Harrison and family. Fair. Regular hours will be resumec)
covered with .
The bride's table was John Daniel Lee Mrs. E.F. Miles of Macclenny '
Mrs. Barker of Floral here
were and Mrs.George James Stanby of in- a silk embroidered cloth and held an Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lee announce visited Mrs. W.B.Munday last Satur Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. spent last
arrangement of yellow daisies and the birth of a son, John Daniel Lee day. Tuesday to Saturday in Savannah,
verness. blue Iris. The three other dining born March 20 in Gainesville. Ga. with her three grandchildren .
In the line
Standing receiving were \\1
t1the bride and groom, and their tables were covered with Army-Navy Maternal grandparents are Mr.:and Steven_and Jerry Moran have .while-their parents,. Mr. and Mrs.
rparenta 7 Keeping the guest book were cloth over yellow liners and were Mrs. George Highsmith and paternal returne ,to FSU after being home,for'J1a ; ",Bobby Welch were out of town. .
centered .violet and
Ms Sandra Baxter and Ms. Tammy with African, plants grandparents are. Mr. ,.Mrs. week. r
Bridal place cards marked the Eugene Lee of Starke.
Pariscianl of Orlando. ;
for the 22
Mrs. George Grant of Floral City seating arrangement ? I
guests. Health Clinic Held
The hostesses presented the Win aihbulous
I Following a wedding trip to Atlanta. honoree with a corsage and her wed- The first of the monthly health
Gatlinburg. Tenn., and Ralelghi ding invitation enclosed in a silver clinics was held at the civic center .
N.C. the couple are residing holder. from 9 to 12 Monday with 22 persons
.. City. The included Mrs. M.G. attending. The two Clay County
9 The bride Is a 1977 graduate of McMillan, Mrs. William Wilson, Sr. health nurses present took blood shopping spree
Bradford High School and graduate of the
and from out- f.town, Mrs. P.A. pressures and explained requirements -
r Medical Secretary School In Orlando. : for blood tests which will
Foster of Ross, Calif., Miss Lynn
: The groom Is a graduate of Hernan- Foster of Hollywood Calif, Mrs. be taken at the next clinic on April 28. ,.
i do High School. He had a four year William Kenny of Benecla. Calif. and The clinics are scheduled on the for new ihce.
i tour of enlistment in the U.S. Air Mrs. Jim Bacchus of Silver Springs, fourth Tuesday of each month and are your
i Force ending in May. 1979. He is Md. open for all ages, from infants to
: presently employed by State of senior citizens.A .-
i Florida, BrooksvuM Road Prison. public telephone has been installed -
in the civic center and the number
"" : is 5339334. ..",..
: Evett Bright,
Starke Elkettes No. 1802
; Stockton Sherman -
Officers InstalledThe
To Wed April 6 MARK MARKIT.d
newly elected officers of Starke
Mr. and Mrs. Esau Bright of Elkettes 1802 for the 1980-81 year W Madison St. I....
Lawtey request the honor of your were installed at the Mar. 17 Elks 964-9903 ;;'
presence at the marriage of their Lodge meeting by Exalted Ruler
daughter, Evett to Stockton Sherman, George W. Brown. DRAWINGFOR ViI
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sherman of The newly Installed officers of .
Quincy at Mt. Hosey Missionary Baptist ..
Elkettes 1802 are: Rose McConnell -
Church,Robertsville,on April eat president, Maureen Chase, Rabbit BasleApril aEt.r

S.30: p.m. vice president, Corine Louth, f fr \
secretary, Marian Finucan, 5 11 AM I !
treasurer and the new member of the .
Mr. and Mr.. Jimmy nowe and son Board of Directors, Ada Dominianni, You do not hays lo D. present win :
of Sanford spent the weekend with outgoing president. !
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green. :

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This meeting will be held TUESDAY APRIL 1' '
Merle Norman Beauty Advisors can teach you your face free. -1;

1980, AT 6:00: P.M. in the COMMISSIONER'SROOM Win $100. $50. or $25 worth of Merle Norman cosmetics for your new face. :.

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Grand: Opening Dates: Apr 3, 4, 8 Address-'8 South Thompson St., Starke :
W. Roberts Jr.
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I IN THE CIRCUIT venue or jurisdiction ol "LEGALS COMMUNITY NEWS -.....- ::1

COURT EIGHTHJUDICIAi the court. Jesse J., P.O. Box 173
CIRCUIT, IN ALL CLAIMS AND OB. Lalain Herres owner. NOTICE OPINTENTION of Chapter 717. Florida Lowtey. Fl 32058: Zion Sunday. Mar. 30 at 5 p.m. The

AND FOR BRADFORD JECTIONS NOT SO FILED Dated this 6lh day of Statutes, entitled. K-0788-0022. Moore, By Elliubrlh Wiilkrr public is Invited to attend. .

; .rCOUNTY. FLORIDA WILL BE FOREVER BAR. March. A. 0. 1980 in TO REGISTER ."Florida Disposition ol Jets J.. P.O. Box 173. phone WH-tlttlia New" Ih-thel. Kbetener and Antloch

'. .PROBATI DIVISION File RED Bradford County 3 6 FICTITIOUS. Unclaimed 'rap.r.y"c lawtey FL 32098: American Legion Petit Ill: will participate in the Fifth Sunday
...:\NO. BO-2S-CP. Date of the first 4lpd' 3 27. NAME ,",l' notice is hereby K-2071-0004. Pullen All American Legion member Ministers and Deacon Union in

1 ,ln re: ESTATE or publication of this Notice given' that the parsons James H or Louella, holders of 79-80 membership cards Keystone Heights Thursday through
WALTER JOSEPH HOFFMAN of Administration: March NOTICE 0'INTENTION Pursuant to Section86S.09 listed below appear to K-046S-0073 Stonwix- are asked to meet at New Bethel Annex Sunday.
Deceased. 30 I960. Florida Stotutet. bo tho owners of Tuesday. 8 at
hay Raymond Bo.3860. Apr. 8pm. Pleasant Grove and! :.Ml. :Mnrlah
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION 'Sharon Marl TO REGISTER notice Is hereby given unclaimed personal or Storko Fl 32091: Business of vital importance. Your United Methodist Churches are wor.

,. .,.,,.. Metaxos PersonalRepresentative. FICTITIOUS that the undersignedRoger Intangible property K-OIOI-OOOI The Pixies, help Is needed. shiping together Sunday for Education
.... ;. NAME Folks. Rt. 3. Box presumed abandonod. Starko FL 32091 : 111 Chapter IBH OKK: All members
'a. The administration of PIERCE 9 HARDY P.A.. Starke. Fla. 32091. THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE K-207I-OOOS. Warren, or Dell Chapter 168 OES are asked to Day. Sunday School at Pleasant
:"the estate of WALTER BY, business under the REAL ESTATE. Grove. Education Program 11 a.m.
s George H. Pierce Pursuant to Section doing H.S. meet Saturday. Mar. 29. In the
JOSEPH HOFFMAN. P.O. Drawer 1030 843.09. Florida Statutes, firm name of "B I P Account Number Information concerning Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street at 4 Dinner will be served on the ground

deceotod File Number Stark. Florida 32091. notice is hereby given AUTO SALES",. 2117 N. K-II87-0001 Apparent the amount or Please bring a covered dish. after service.
80.J3.CP It pending In Attorneys for PersonalRepresentative. that the undersigned Tempi Avnu*. Starke. Owner Bootwrlghf, description ol the pro- p.m. will be held (irl'atl'rII..n Chapel will have Sun
Monthly meeting 10
I .ho Circuit Court, for Thomas L. Francis. Rt. I. Fla. 32091: Intends to Edith I or Melanie S. P.O. party and the names and In the Ar.r. day School only. All members arc
at 7:30 Masonic
Bradford Coulmly, 904 964701. 3,0 2tchg Bon 10. Hampton Fla. register sold fictitious Box a. Hampton, FL address of the holder : p.m. asked to attend Missionary Service at
Florida. Probate Dlviston 327. 32044. doing business name) under the provisions 32044: K-207I-OOOI may be obtained by any The Concrrnrd C'illsritH of BradfordCounty. Mt. Zion In Lawtcy at II I a.m.

? the address of under the firm name of of aforesaid Conroy. James W. 744 N. person possessing, on Interest Inc. will meet for the monthly
which It Bradford County "VOM KIEFERWALD KEN- statute. Temple Avo.. Starke FL In the property by meeting Thursday. Mar. 27 at 7:30.:

Courthouse, Bradford NOTICE OFINTENTION NELS". II.. I, Box 10. Roger Folks, owner. 32091; K-I078-OOI3. addressing an Inquiry to All Interested and members are invited CONSERVATIONCOMMENTS
.County. Stork, Florida Hampton. Fla. 32044. In. Doted this 13th day of Crosby, R.V., Rt. 2. Box GERALD A. LEWIS. State to be present In the RJE

32091 The name and address TO REGISTER tends to register said fictitious March. A.D. 1980 In 164 Starko PL 32091; Comptroller Abandoned cafeteria.
of the Personal FICTITIOUS name under the Bradford County. 3113 K-I250-OOOB. Fowler. Property Section, ATTN: Deliverance: ,.... Krvlval'

Representative and of NAME provisions of aforesaid 4tpd ./3.NOTICE. Danny M., Starke, FL Harry B. Carson 1401 Center Services begin with Sunday By Kern Smith Soil Conservationist

the Personal Representatives ,''a'u'.. 32091: K-0101-0002. State Capitol.' School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship At the March meeting of the Bradford -

attorney are tot Pursuant to Section Thomas L. Francis OF NAMESOf Croon, Queen E., 80O Tallahassee, Florida 11:30: a.m. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Soil and Water Conservation
forth below pine St.. Starko. FL 32301 487-2583. Be Bible
865.09. Florida Statutes owner PERSONSAPPEARING ((9O4)) Tuesday Study. Thursday District Board of Supervisors chairman -
"/All Interested person notice is horoby givenhot Dated trill 13th day of TO BE 32091: K-OIOI-0003. sure to mention the account Evangelist Service 7:30: p.m. Fifth Jim Faulkner expressed his concern
'or* required to file with Holloman. Mr*. O.H. or number BEFOREthe
the Union services will Friday
undersigned La- March. A.D. 1980 In OWNERS OF Sunday begin about the of Bradford
Ruth Frailer poor response
the court WITHIN THREE ain Harret, I 118 S. Bradford County. 3/13 ABANDONED.PROPERTY S. : name as published In Mar. 28-30. 7:30 nightly., Churches County fin/ens to the Resources
"MONTHS K-2071-0002. Moline.
FROM THE notlco Unless
this proof
Thompson St.. Starke. .'pd3.. from Sarasota. Scffaer St.
DATE OF THE Carol Jean, Rt. I. Box Conservation Act. Because of President
FIRST Fla. 32091. doing Pursuant to Section 13 of ownership Is and Gainesville will be
Augustine a''-
:PUBLICATION OF 22S Starke, FL 32091: Carter's inflation fighting policy
THIS business' under the firm presented to the holder
tending these services. Plcasd come
-NOTICE ((1)I) All claims 1C.010I.0003Jackean, 4 and cuts in Federal spending there
: namo of MERLE NORMAN by June 1980. the pro.Isorty Lord.
and help us Praise the Elder
against the estate and COSMETIC Tommy M. or tucil Is. Rt. will be deliveredfor may be less money available for con

((2)) any objection by an STUDIO 119 S. Thomp. I. Box 43 A. Starke, FL custody to the Comptrollor James Mitchell pastor. servation programs This makes
interested person to von St Storko Fla. okvp"n I 32O91: K-1006-0001. of Florida. Greater Bethlehem Freewill UII'| public Input as to future USDA objectives
whom notice was moiled 32091 ,into'ldl e to r Kati. Richard A.; Thereafter all further tlHt| Church: Monday through Thurs. and policy even more Im )rtant.

.that. challenge the register said fictitious' I w.IJI"THI ; K-OIOI-OO04, Leila S. claims must be directedto day 6 p.m. Junior Church Easier If>ou hurry, you can still tell, USDA

validity, of the will, the larno undor the proviion Realtor Mundy or Clair Jean 132 the Comptroll.r'of rehearsal. Monday and Tuesday Tiny how you fet'l. As a final reminder.

qualifications, of the per.sonal of aforesaid' BEST INVESTMENT ON EARTH IS THE EARTH E. Call St., Starke. FL Florida. Tot Easter rehearsal. Wednesday and your response must be postmarked no
representative, tiatutc, ITSELP. 32091: K-2071-0003. GERALD A. LEWISCOMPTROLLER Friday Tiny Tots rehearse at 11 I a.m. later than Mar. 2H and must have
Martin. Gerald S.. P.O. OF Monday Senior Choir rehearse 7IU.: your
signature on it in order to bo con
Box 2. Elyrla. Ohio FLORIDAPub. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer Meeting.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY I NEED POUR BEDROOMS sidered. After review of public comments
44039: K-1006-0002. .: Apr. 3. Apr. 10. Wednesday 7:30 all Circles will
Call USUA uill develop final
I Owner
to own en extra today retiring McClone. K.C.; a
1980 SN 3911.
nice piece of Income and moving $27.000. K-0788-0014. Moore 4/3 2tchg 4/10. meet. McKays will meet lit RCA proposal I for submission to the
Gertrude Covington Blyc's Circle v ill President und
producing property Congress.The .
meet at Mary E McCloud's. LVO'HCircle
'1100 sq. ft. homo with One Aero on :301 with ..,-
will meet at ileCut- Bradford SWt'D supervisorsare
'00 ..q. ft. rental! en tic end well. Very pretty. Cynthia
hen's Friday 6:30.: Junior Choir aware of the serious Hooding problems
3/uJjn/ S. SloucrHog. S44.SOO 2.60 ec.REDUCED In Starke.. to ".000. II I rehearses. Sunday is Education Day. in some purls of the County and

I Sunday School 930.: Morning Worship are asking for citizens of Bradford
fJIt' Real Estate Broker '''..00. 10 Ac. Slt.OOO 10- Dn.
.. tS" 10 Ac. $10,000 'eoutHul JACK COURTNAY & ASSOC. Inc. I 11 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: Tiny Tots County toArile letters describingtheir
MOW.Call St. Stand of "'ne.. rehearsal 4 p.m. Evening Service 6 problem.] These problems Resolved
Starke IN LAWTEY I Block from only it' landowners cooperatewith
Licensed Real Estate Broker
'."c.d. .
20 Ac.
964-5527 Kind. 3 III Homo on 1/9 State Certified Builder pmMl.. Zion' \MK Church: Sunday each other and with the help of
Feature $40,000.
P ac. let.S2S.SOO. School 10 am.'The missionary service the County and Suite.The supervisors
IN COUNTRY P. O. Box 1354 will be will need documentation of the
NEW HOME held at 11 a.m. jointly with
2'. Trailer. Parkt.I Special S Acre with, Small Lake.. W. of lawtey on 3 Ac. 3 Keystone Hgts., Fla. 32656 Greater Allen Chapel participating in number of people fueled in order to

'I I trailer, park, I II trailers., Appro 6 ocr... Fenced Fenced. Hurry only... 2 to. Fireplace In Ig. ((904)) 473-7080 tithe service. All members are asked to approach I he County and Suite for a

-( .trailer, park I II I trailers, 2 BR 'frame house. barn. op.prox. HJ.500. pm Rm. Built In Vec. 5,.. cooperate with the Missionary activity solution to this problem. Address (letters

22 ocret. fenced poslureland. LARGE down payment. "'. .000. to: Bradford Soil and Water Conservation

Owner will finance, balance. OWNER FINANCED PROPERTIESLAKE The Choir! federation will sponsor a D.slnct.: 22IK1( i N:. Temple
301 North Troll Motel' Lawtey FRONT Ave.. Slarko.: FL 32IHI1.FLORIUUI. : ( .
A, A We Handle Rentals Spring Fashion Show and Tea at AH.
Office 712-331 Homo 782-3894 100 ft. on Lake Hampton. Lovely wooded lot In prestige

'2 BR unfurnished house.I or... $''.750.-
unfurnished apartment.
'4 BR 2V Ba Home. ACREAGE

'3 BR LAKE HOUSE Furnlthsd. Fab. May. Ralph Real Estate 5 Acre, parcels fronting' on SR 21, stoned residential.' These
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY [ Bryan beautiful tracts of heavily wooded rolling land are excellent

( warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned, ollicet., Great, Investments for Individuals or builder developer.From CRI'th A L ESTATE ) 1

bcotion. 310 W. Call St., Starke 113 SS.500.

business.. .
and Bail
I Tackle city block in downtown Large Slorke.Inventory.One just waiting for the (Cor. US 301 & Call Street) 964-8783 ::: BUILDING LOTS

ight butinest Great opportunity for downtown mall. VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION Magnificent % acre, lots with lake. view. Near Keystone.

I large warehouse, appro 6.000 tq. It. Needs roof and ACROSS FROM WESTERN AUTO. From S2.f SO.

Has door and standing, walls. '
repairs. ,Interest rotes bothering your 'COMMUCIAL

Income INVESTORS Properly Will,DREAM Pay For Itself YOU MAY I QUALIFY Check with FOR us A 4% LOAN I I Commercial' ','lots! .an SR 100 near IC.Y"rn ,. 19. 50. lk N

.1 I small apartment complex. Handyman tpociall 4 ran- r' ... .
.. HOMU't..ll"NJ "e-1 ..i CONVENTIONAL .' ; ... ..
tal-unils 1 NEW '
poibluS.] "
-I small frame house.--.w. WE ARE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVkS OF SEVERA witlihed mociol'Otarcle" 'home In ARI WOODS"Golf, MONE1.11IIIEI.

-I I large frame houta. Needs repairs. Residents. or 4partmnts GOOD BUILDERS. WE WILL ASSIST YOU WITH HOUSE swimming, tennis- end trolls. A new concept In lake '!\ : rwili ,9 r

((4 BR. 4 BA). PLANS AND FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS. Our services region living. 9,10 TIP 'IV (!

a I 2 BR frame houte. Apartment on side. Zoned com cost you nothing...the builders peyl Complete Informo.
merciol lion on the now COUNTY BOND ,PROGRAM." 250' on #1 fairway al Keystone, Heights Golf Course. $ ;

NEW LISTINGS Custom designed, low maintenance energy efficient

-2 BR. I Ba LR Kit.. on each side duplex brick land. HEADQUARTERS LOTS I ACREAGE brick home. 2 BR. 2 bath. 2 car carport. Under construc lJ
tcaped yard. FOREST HGTS. Restricted ocre lots $2.500 and up tion. "
.3 BR. I Ba Greenhouse. Zoned Commercial.. Terms CICILlA' 964.7776

-2 Apartments Downstairs. 3 BR. 2 Ba Upstairs; Living, TERWIILLGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke

Qua,'.... Rant will, help pay mortgage. ROLLING HILLS (Boyloss Highway. ) I aero t up > $3.500 Iup.IO '..

Pleoie call us to Hat your property. | % down. )
John E.Glover 20 ACRES Porsyth Rd. S33.000. FRULKNER Q REALTY
Rag. Base Estate Brokerlu

Green Sanders Associate, North of lawtey REAL TV sir.4-501135 REALTOR Phone'".7700 SPECIAL

Mm..j 2% acres SS.OOO .f 393 N. Temple Avenue Now homo $20,000 S up. H your Income It
6 $9,000
SPECIAL 19,000 or over wo can finance Formr'sMome
Only 20% down and S years at Coma See Us At. Our NEW LOCATION
HAND-PICKED....... UNBELIEVABLE% INTEREST. Corner of Hwy 301 South and Lafayette St. If you quality, and have Adm., VA FHA. Conventional or

3 acres S up ".000 par aero ..rm.. ACROSS FROM WISHBONE CHICKEN $500.00. closing cost a 3 BRhomo Bond Program. Lei ul help you today !
It available.SALVACI .
Stucco contemporary nettled on a corner lot. New 10 acres pines 22.000 I 124.000.

3 bedroom 2 full baths wall to wall carpet central I FHA-VA t Conv. Financing Available

heat ft air. great room enhanced by e wood burnIng US 301 N. 36.35 Acres with I3401 en 301 S5eSOO farms. YARD with 10
acres of land on 301.
fireplace. 543,500.Starke COMMERCIAL & INCOME PROPERTY

150 Acres All or part. Owner ready to sell Make. An Washington St. lot with building a chain link
Philip W. Clark. Realtor Oiler fence-SIS.OOO.i, bedroom, IVk bath an 2
acres IN COUNTRY. ir * * * * *
'".S231 Store building downtown, Call ... Over 3000
OFFERING APPROX. 100 acres In various locations. square feet. S''.500 Terms x> 56 prime acres /. mile on railroad 440 on ffd.IOO .

FOR BEGINNERSIn -.-.- 3 bedroom, bath. CH/A In me Suitable far shopping center Industrial park .
ACREAGE town. or housing development (appro 3 lots par oer) .
COMMERCIAL Hwy lOOW-Beautlful 77 acres, only $89.500.. vary 4g
S307I. will finance 20". down.
a good location this S roam bungalow Is only LOOKING FOil 301 FRONTAGE' WE HAVE OVER. I MILE good tarms. an acre owner 4K
LAWTEY 3 bedroom
HI.100. It has e living room eat-ln-k lichen for In- IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED IN TOWN OUTIII I -89>> acras Marion County Owner financed. *
bedrooms and full tile home with adjoining| Income * 1111,1111 * * *
formal entertaining two a -4 acres Hwy 22S good land, In posture fenced
bath. HOMES 2.7SO per acre. property.

Concrete block home 3 BR 2 bathe- Family room- CH&A 2'A aero Hampton area Includes well septic BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Evenlngtt Ploate call e>Groat property across from Holiday Inn Owner fin.
Philip W. Clark. Realtor 'Inside utility separate storage closed garage excellent light pale terms.
Starke ...-.UI location and condition nice 'lot 40000. .21 acres Hwy 301 South.4tO Vornta "Odom., Broker Store t opts. 301 $27,300. Owner llnanced.K7000 .
pecan treat, 29Vt acral. 12" I 70' M.H. Con. GRI Phone 945474.Pearl sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 14 E Owner financed.

BRUSH t BUCKET--- BRAND NEW 4 homos low down payment I Interest HI.... 2 MH hookupt. 24 acres In Improved pasture.Foncod. w Homo (commercial)I cottage 22.500 Owner financed.

rate to qualified buyor. Andrews 9447739Rvonlngtl .3 buildings on Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed.'
Needed for tr.lt 2 bedroom. I bath home, featuringextra Goad location. 30 acres hall wooded hall Improved 0>404 N. Cherry 2 large furnished Apts. O..n.rfln.

large 'lot on a paved street 17,500. 2 IR Block In walking' distance to'town on 100 X 175 lot- posture, creek frontaga partially fenced. Pleoie call .$500. mo Income 4 rentals Call Bay 55000.

room for largo garden v $21.000. HOMESTWQ Vernla P. Odom Broker Largo Apt. complex 301. good cash flow. Owner fin.

Philip W. Clark. Realtor I STORY Iramo house on Call Street. Good GRI Phono ,*.-..76. ACREAGE

Starka '".'UI Handyman Special Excellent location' 414 W. Adklns' location. 8 reams. 2 baths. Pearl Andrews, '".773' I aero largo two story homo Lawtey $21OOO Owner fin.

I frame *. LR ,,'.In kitchen w/bar 4 IR 1 Vi Ba chain. HAMPTON -' 3 '". IB Three acres w/nlca fish *2.4 acres Hampton 15.500 Owner financed.

NEW HOMES...--.- link fence nice tool shed r $14.000. pond. S23.900., Good Terms. *'.1 acres near Presbyterian Church I Hospital., $J',000.
-3 bedroom J I! both on I aero, nice ...... 17,500.
*6.16 acres Orlffls loop timber $10,500 Owner fin.

4 new home under construction ,In the Starke KINGSLEY LAKEs .Terms'JBR.'t Batl&iOltJlopfonced. 13.900. 13 acre 301 4 Morgan Rd. $39,000 Owner fin.

area, some brick some block, fireplaces, all have Brick duplex with M ft. en water "6.500. Beth *20 acre* 301 N. Railroad prime Owner fin.
2V> acre 2 BR I 19.500.
central heat t air end carpet priced low to middle .7'* acres with 3 BR. 2 Both C/B home CH41A 13 acre SI7.00O Laura Baptist Church Rd.

forties. Come tee the plans, end I location. CROSBY LAKEr chosen link fenced yard many fruit trees. several *2 acre 9 Homo off rd., I2S born fenced $24,900.

2 BR I Be Iramo, home with 45 ft. on water with SO ft. paeans fenced I cross-lemed pasture. 2 small 10 acres 4 B* 2 Ba brick. Rd. 12$ Homo with extras.

.Philip W. Clerk realtor dock. $39.000.STRAWBERRY bor.... Tome.esowthelato2111111. 12 acres Rd. 225 Nice homo 3 iR 2 Ba CHA $43.500.

Starke '".'231 ; I both family room, c.rpet.C. 14 acres Brownlea Rd. 3 BR 2 Ba CH&A $....00.

ACRESt unit, nice comer lot. $21.(OO. Terms. *4 seres Neat 2 BR I Ba off Rd. 125 $32.000.

ASSUMABIE MORTGAGE-._.- Country Estate largo 2...... Capo Cod on 14 .beautiful Hwy 22$. stone exterior nice. 2 BR. I Both with lOTS fOil INVESTMENT
fenced and fenced under cultivation bar and comb.. 0Ve
erase acres.
acre garage .
7 Traitor let* Brownlee' Rd.. ".000 per lot 20% down.
of $37,700f-. with monthly payments el $307.". '_ed. .
'1 well. tank elec. house
I .
acre. utll.btdg.S5.500.lot
This well Insulated 3 bedroom. 2 both homo I* LAWTEVl Great Room 18 IS1 with flreplece. Separate dinIng pump
4 Butler Court .
nestled among lovely trees an a gently sloping lot Grow your own strawberries en this apprex. 2 memo en roam. tudy. 3 bedroom. 2 baths. 2. ecres.bam. .
lot near Club 200"x124 $$ Rd.
Country .SW 230.
with lake. access. Ml.500. Rd. 225 hoe 2 BR Irame house 4 shed $"I2S. Must .... Good harmer
Breaker Areat Three bedroom, I both concrete, Commercial. next to Terwlllegar Realty, ISO'xHO'.
-Hampton Oak lot #25 S7BOO trees. Owner ft...
back pretty
Control heat a Fenced
block homo. air. yard.
Clark Realtor"Keystone : with t I
"hlllpW. New i BR home Greet Room
e. Good 1ocat1_.'Only J9.90O.. Call St. commercial lot 2M X 04' SI9.BOO Owner fin.
Heights 473-4700 an paved rood. $".so@ Include # .
acres HOMISinSCrosby Bessoot IId.--.... neighborhood" Owner fin.

--. Lake. restricted homesltes broker ",. :3 Country Club. tots I Aero each $4040 each Owner fin.
so'A'A Term .Call St, commercial lot 100',x I9O $'."a Ownor. fin.
.' '" ei e.93 acre S2.0OO. In town. PREFERRED HOMES
$$28.440 +. with monthly payments of $233.00per
soft excellent
2 In ".100,
city street
_tho Well built brick homo situate1 on op. Monday*Friday...,.on. paved C1BR2B C H, now carpet I aero "". 100 *2t. 00.

proximately' I 'fm ac... $42,800. .. : ; Evenings and undays by.pal term =:!:: 43t Center St. 1 B* 1 .. Walk' warywh_. S23.SOO.
APARTMENTS FOR elm: John Dr. ,.-.. .1042. .established.area In tewe
Services Available. -
Philip W. Clerk.Realtor iVININO i,. Management '60 ft. (tick. extras.CHes "
Rrits Helhts .,,-.,., Ralph P.Bryan-Realtor.to4e20f iMuk'a : H all. I Edward M. 3 BR 3 B CHB.A t Au...
Paul N. Faulkner-Realtor.
; : Swomm.powpunow.nohw tBalt"hberflo cll:101: Soaring 3 BR 2B CHaA garage.CMova .

GARDENERS---' Wayne Douglas*, lllllen. ovenings-iis"Goos Right In Comfortable homo 1308 Pratt

Broh. or/Salesmen. ..... .5T" C$17 Weslmorelenrl. 2 BR 18 "' '''.11'.100. Owner It...

Country I homo with 3 bedroom; I bath, ; dining *a4-ea3" B I III..UotIAISOCIATU. ... C;.Lake. St.Ocala....-trea-$27,000. financed.

room kHStorko """. large living room contra! beat t Irene swlluiarCe.944Sl43.Veda Register Asoodeftse

air" plenty, of room far your gardon. $ ..IOO" M. $etrlo*-......44-4944 ByTenvmo"r Martha Dorko
Jude Moody MevltS.Word .JulIa L.a.tff1.......9444748WE Vkhie""Mw Aft orttaure 7V2-3397'
W. Clark.. Hoarier, A. ',. Broker/l.leemen I ,
Philip .f' ,-
.. \Assoclara: : I 94-7774 Salty KIBIee44822H
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---b4imom rsra orc... ...... .. n .M>. csOwYa s4_ ett .-c.--c ELEMENTARYFrom SCHOOL NEWSroll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 22 Eott. (See Deed Book IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE to He with the Dale of the 'first

OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL 51, page 165)). FOR BRADFORD COUN. clerk of the above court publication of this Noticeof Mrs. Crawford's third grade and Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR ot Southeast TY. FLORIDA, PROBATE a written statement of Administration: March the following student made 100 per James Balkcom.

BRADFORD COUNTY Starling from Northeast Quarter Section 32, DIVISION, File NO. any claim or demand 13, 1980, cent and won a prize on their spellingtest Mrs. Tetstone Is very proud of Chris
CIVIL ACTION.JESSIE Corner of Northwest Township South, Range T9-S7-CP(1-3146)( ), they may hove. Each /Harold A, BishopIII this week: Dinklns and Richard Smith for'earn.
GREEN BROWN Quarter of Southeast 22 East run South B70 In re; ESTATE OF claim must be In writing As Personal Audra for
Brantley Eugene Blye
ing enough points behaviorTheywere
Quarter Section feet, thence West 490.7 Indicate the of the
Plaintiff vt BENNY R S. 32. Harold A. Bishop, and must Representatives
HARRIS HOMER A. Township South, Rang feet for point of beginning Jr.Deceased. basis, for the claim, the Estate of Harold' A. Stacy Marshall, Scott McCaulley, able to work in the library-tost
22 East and South thence West 205 of the Deceased. Renee Thomas, Barbara Smith week with Ms. Sue Shubert*:our
GARY III and FAYE run B4O NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION name and address Bishop Jr., ,
GARY HARRIS D.l.n. feet, thence run West feet, thence South 251.1 creditor or his agent or ATTORNEY. FOR PER. Rachael Allen, Juli Jackson, librarian. Our very careful writers
danlt 490.7 feet thence South feet, thence East 205. TO ALL PERSONS HAVING attorney, and the SONAL REPRESENTATIVE Norman. are: Freddy Cain' Kenny DeSue,
NOTICEOF 210 feet for point. of feet, thence North 210 CLAIMS OR amount claimed. If the : Charles R. Wlldt, We regret the technical error in last Johnny Siegmund and J.J. Bunch.

SALE beginning; thence run feet to point of beginning DEMANDS AGAINST, THE claim It not yet due, the Wilds, Quesoda. Brock week's Telegraph on Tommy Sean Supsky has moved to.:ULake
NOTICE It given thai West 205 feet thencerun and 'lying In Northwest ABOVE ESTATE "'ND"'LL date when It will become and Skinner, P.A., Suite Balkcom. Tommy was on the A honor Butler. We wish him happiness/

pursuant too final, judgment South 105 feet. Quarter of OTHER PERSONS IN. due shall be stated. If 2320 Independent :: '\\f
dated September thence run. East 207.5 Southeast Quarter Section TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: the claim I.contingent or Square One Independent C---->
School News te
12. 1979 In Case No. ,feet, thence run North 32 Township 6 YOU ARE HEREBY unliquidated the nature Drive' Jacksonville, Lawtey ;
79-374-CA of the Circuit, 105 feet to the point of South, Range 22 lost and NOTIFIED that the administration of the uncertainty shall Florida 32202. Telephone )'.In. Brown's third grade class tooka students also know how to ifr long

Court of the Eighth beginning and containing containing 1.11 I aero of the be Hated. If the[claim Is (904)) 3554403. spring walk on Monday to see all the division with reminders! ..:;
Judicial Circuit and for 0 497 acre more or more or I.... (Sea Deed estate of Harold' A. secured, the security 3/l33tchg3/27. flowers In bloom. They saw azaleas,
I.... (See Deed look 51 Book 90. page 116). described. The clays bpve
Bradford County Bishop. Jr., deceased shall be dogwood, redbud and Easter lilies Mrs. Hull's fourth grade
Florida In which JESSIE page 470 and Cha..c.ryOrd.r A parcel' off land In Northwest File Number 79-57-CP claimant thai) deliver blooming.The the following students on the.Honor

GREEN BROWN il the Book 28. pages Quarter of. ((1-3146)), I. pending In sufficient copies of the Roll: Straight A's, Shan Hampton;
Plo.nlII, and BENNY R.S. 58.59)). Starting from the Southeast Quarter Section the Circuit Court of Bradford claim to the clerk' to A-B Honor Roll; Sam Demaggio,
HARRIS. HOMER A Northeast Corner of Northwest 32, Township 6 County. Florida, enable the clerk to mall following students ,have Stephanie King, Shaun Butler; Marci
GARY. III and FAYE Quarter of South, Range 22 Eo.'. or Probate Division, the address one copy to each personal mastered the multiplication tables McSwain, Russ Miscally. Robv.Nor-

GARY HARRIS. It the Southeast Quarter Section particularly' described ot of which It Brad representative.All 1.12: Johnny Barnes, Micki Becker, man and DennyThompson, i.a
follows Commence
Defendant I will tell to 32. Township 6 : at ford County Courthouse person 'InterestedIn Syl Bright, Marcilla Carter, Timmy ;
the highest' and best bidder South Range 22 East and Northeast Corner of Northwest Drawer B, Starka, the estate to whom a Coleman, vJames Cox. Susan Mrs. Golden's 5/6th grade lass
Quarter of
run South S25 feet, of this Notice of Administration
for cash at the East Southeast Quarter Section Florida 32091. The personal copy Crawford Chris Durban, Stacy have the following students 'on the
thence West 315 feet for has been
of the Bradford of
Door point of beginning, 32, Township 6 representatives mailed required Jenkins, Unissa King Kim Lee. Honor Roll. A-B Honor Roll: .Ta>her
Courthouse In the estate It Harold A. ore
South, 22 Roger Padgett,. Tammy Padgett, Allen Karl Flshburn Kim G
Bradford County, Stark. thence continue West Range East Bishop III, whose od- WITHIN THREE MONTHS Wens.
Florida, between 11 00 155.3 feel to where this run West 474 feet dross Is 1528 East Call FROM THE DATE OF THE Susan Peugh, Wayne Prevatt, Christy Timmy Smith, Paula McKinney
line intersects South thence South 420 feat for PUBLICATION OF Redding, Cebrina Smith, ShaWna
A.M, and 12.00 noon on Street, Starke, Florida FIRST :
point of beginning, Reeves Jo Tatum, Denise The'Bradford County Fair ill be
April 10. 1980 the Boundary, right-of-way of 32091. THIS NOTICE, to file any Tammy
following described real State Road 13 thence thence East 39 feet to The name and addressof objections they' may Waddell. Mrs. Brown has a total of 27 Apr. 2-Apr. 5. However schoolJs not
property: an undivided, Northeasterly along West line Stole Road No. the personalrepresentative's have that challenges the students In her class. The above out at this time.REWARD. -.-:

one.half interest In south Boundary, right of :200. thence South 50 attorney validity of the decedent'swill J;:.
way of State Rood No. degrees West along said are set forth the qualifications ol ,

East Half of Northwest 13. 193 & feet, thence West line of State Road below: the personal representative St Edwards Church Halt REWARDfor
No. 200 114.2 feet,
Quarter of Southeast South 121 feet to the All persons having or the venue or
Quarter Section 32, less point of beginning and thence North 66 degrees claim. or demands jurisdiction of the Court. Information leading the return. of a
COMMENCE at Southeast lying In Northwest 30 minutes West 75 feet, .against the estate are ALL CLAIMS. BINGOEvery year old mile' brown Chlhushue. Missing
Corner of Northwest Quarter of Southeast thence North 61 degreesEast required WITHIN THREE DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS J
93.6 feet thence tine Satruday morning near Branding Iron
Quarter of Southeast Quarter Section 32 MONTHS FROM THE NOT SO FILED Saturday 7:00: P.M. .
Quarter and run North Township, 6 South Rang. East 36; to point of DATE OF THE FIRST WILL BE FOREVER BARRED L Call Anytime 884-9370
See Deed Book beginning and lying In 411 N Temple Ave Starke. Fla
640 feet to a point of 22 East. ( PUBLICATION OF THIS
beginning, thence West S3 Page 1)). Northeast Quarter of h'
210 feet, thence North Southeast Quarter Section .,.:,'
Commence at Northeast 32, Township 6
210 feet, thence East 210
South Range 22 East and
feet thence South 210 Corner of Northwest
all West of State Road
feet to point of beginning Quarter
Also less fft acres Southeast Quarter Section No. 200 and containing
0.17 of on act.. (See
in Northwest Quarter of 32 township 6
Southeast Quarter Section South Rang. 22 East and O.R. Book 2. page 366)). with the lowest prices & top quality
A of land
32 Township 6 run South 210 feet to a parcel In Northwest

South Rang. 22 East point of beginning, run Quarter ol
deeded by Tax Deed to West 210 feet, thencerun Southeast Quarter of
Jno. A Culver as appears South 210 feet, Section 32, Township 6 l i i t tek I:
of record In Deed thence run East 210 feet, South Range 23 East, ,
Book 12. pages 123124 of thence Run North 210 run West 474 feet -,
public records of Bradford feet to point' of beginning thence South 420 feet,
Florida. and containing 1 acre thence East 39 feet to
West line of State Rood 1 I I I 1 1Wma
(See Deed Book 30. page more or less. (See Deed
Book 64. Page 99)). No. 200, thence South 50 OCEAN
I I 1
degrees West along said SPRAY I HEINZ I ROSED ALE 1

LESS AND EXCEPT THE 1 acre In Northwest Corner West line of State Rood I I I
Quarter, of thence North 66 degrees 19110 utiAMITV" RIGHTS RESERVED! ::
Southeast Quarter Section 30 minutes West 75 feet .. READER'S SAUCE I | C.I'AU"'LO. 1
12. Township 6 for point of beginning h 'K Lf .HOU!KERNEL -.
COMMENCE at Nor. ;' OR JELLED I I 14oz BTL. I :
theost Corner of Northwest South Range 22 East at thence continue North 66 \".\ t \ DIGEST"H 16oz J.R..439' I 16oz CAN 1tt1C

Quarter of per Deed Book 65 Page degrees 30 minutes West 1 I J.R.438 I I 1.1 JR.440 I
Southeast Quarter Sec. 267. 120 feet, thence East

tion 32, Township 6South. 17.5 feet, thence South ONLY g" APRIL ISSUh-ONLY 1 ., tim wtroMMN I 1 ttttH nm CIMWOM mint MAM it THRU wfoAMI I I "vtTri. nm riMiroN I
1 yes .rynw nxnmrow nn.u i.wN9riinAiiosrwrw.
Commence Northeast 61 degrees 30 minutes r 1 '''' IM* urn IrtMjroHWItHA.IOOTONMOlUMMIUONMtt SI i 'iwwwA
at tifii lUttMCOmuOiKIftLM.lUMl0nIAVI
i nw+tiu.uwiiiiiACwoio
22 East and
Rang. tuMMlOMUDUCtkUWLUDto ?

run thence South West 210 210 feet feet,, Corner Quarter of of Northwest Southeast East North 127.4 61 feet degrees, thence 30 aPRll 7 9 1ass' : .ls,==; = :sifin1 1'M MM B1ne Aatn MM! 1Sons = ;:":::::0.M161

thence North 210 feel, Quarter Section 32, minutes East 7.B5 feet to
thence East 210 feet to Township 6 South. Range point of beginning and CHECK THESE.
Point of Beginning beingin 22 East run Welt 420 lying In Northwest VILUES'o
Section 32 Township 6 feet thence South 210 Quarter of Southeasf, 0 e e MVI irtMw no OR GHAK '
South Rang. 22 East feet for point of beginn Quarter of Section 32. Hawaiian Punch 99*
and containing 1 acre ing. Thence continue 'Township South. Range HMOf
>-.-mare* er less. (See Deed '. South 1OS.,leeti Alliance 22 East .and all West of. nVegetable $179
Book 43. page 583)). East 1156 (..('10, West State Road No. 200 and <:1.- .... ... .,,. ,
right-of-Vfay line of State containing 0.05 acre'
A strip of land 66 feet Rood No. 200. thence In more or I.... (See O.R. erne QTom'sDipN'Chip.w; 79

wide through a 12 acre a Northeasterly direction Book 10 page 354.) loo COUNT GIANT ROLL f AVS.tlsot nun

piece 'of land owned by along told West rightofway D oms' BBQ Chips 79
the party of the first part line of State Rood Commence at Northeast _

In the East Half of Northwest No. 200. 167.7 feet, Corner of Northwest .
Quarter off thence West 246 lest to Quarter of Southeast t DSTP B2io7oil. taT, .89 .
Southeast Quarter Section point of beginning and Quarter Section 32, $129 SAVE.r.
32 Township 6 containing 0.43 acresmore Township 6 South Range 500W o Ice Cream Scoops 79
22 East, West 210. -
South Range 22 East, or or lest and lying In run
so much thereof at lies Northwest Quarter of feet, thence South 105 SFDDishQ 13loths. $ 49
within 33 feet on each Southeast Quarter, Section feet for point of beginning 1
tide, of and parallel with 32, Township 6 thence West 210 ( COUX!
the center line, of the South, Range 22 East. feet, thence South 105 SAVE 20' SAVE 10' 0Putfs Tissues .69.O *
public road or highway West of State Road No. feet, thence East 210 .
tAOAci nmn m COUNT
as recently surveyed and 200. (See Deed Book 69 feet, thence North 105
located across sold land. Page 47.) feet to point of beginning Tissues 69
If. II|MV UTI Oft WITWMABHMAilOWl s vi i Mtmn mot '

936)((5.). Deed Book 39 Page Commence at Northeast acres and more containing or less and 0.5 Miss Hot Cocoa. 99 U Waffle oj Syrup . 79 TOP JOB

Corner of Northwest lying In Northwest IAV' I IA..Er.Itu CAN I 0 HOUSEHOlD $ 2 5

Commence at Northeast Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Southeast 1 o 1 El IrMrwMacaroni . 2$1DMV UArgp Limas .f. .3/$1 CLEANER 1
Corner of Northwest Quarter Section 32, Quarter, Section 32 | 4C-. ltw VtAWC e .:250.
Quarter of Southeast Township' South, Range Township 6 South, flange D
Quarter Section 32 22 East, run Wool 420 22 East. (See O.R. Book Dills. . 79 WooliteLiquid. . $119 COMET
Township 6 South. Range feet, thence South 315 22 page 386)). IAVI w. S UNSWIIT I 0, 3..5 4
22 East run West 210 feet to an iron for starting U Quaker Grits. 89 UPrune Juice. $119 CLEANSER
. . . .,4
A parcel of land in EastHalf
feet for Point of Beginn.' point, thence West
MV Ir.J4o
CMOCOlATt Auo.no
Ing. thence West 210 54 feet, thence South 105 of Northwest o D Betty )
$119 Crocker.l .69
Hershey m
feet, thence South IDS feet thence East 39 feetto Quarter of Southeast Syrup a .
feet, thence East :210 West right-of-way. line Quarter Section 32, SAVE 2T.90*COUNT MHMTIO i .., $1 6 5

feet, thence North 105. of State Road No. 200 22 Township East and 6 South, Range. LJFyne Napkins . ; .99 LJ Punch Detergent. $1 DSPANMR.. ...............Sas
feet to Point' of Beginning thence North 50 degreesWest more particularly MVI r* MlC. LA. te LewVfgoYellowRice..1
containing, 0 5 acre along said West described as LJ Cracker1w 7/89 D } CLEAN
lying and being, In Northwest right-of-way. line of State follows, to wit: all of the Jacks . .39. .
Quarter of Road No.:200 163.4 feet, land now owned by Bertha D UQUID $1 25

Southeast Quarter Section thence West 1 116 feet to Green lying on the DApple Juice. . $139 LJLibbyPork&Beans. .2/$1 CLEANER .... .....laORaj
32 Township 6 point' of beginning, and West and North side of .
South Range 22 East. lying In. Northwest State Road No. 200 now
((5.. Deed Book 51, Page Quarter of Southeast Federal Highway' No. : e
43)). Quarter Section 32. 301 and containing
Township South, Range about one and onef ourth
Starting from Northeast 22 East and lying West of acres ((1 '/ acres) more
Corner of Northwest State Road No. 20O con or less, bounded on the .tae ..o70oE
Quarter of Southeast taining 0 25 acre more or South by land of C.C. f .BAG ".75o. BO%

Quarter Section 32. less (See Deed Book 70 Chambers and on the $ Arft 1 9 S29 69jF9j
Township 6 South Range page 167)). West by Victoria Mock I
22 East and run South on the North by Idella [
840 feet thence West A parcel of land in Northwest McCaslin and on the East
490.7 feet Ih.nc.Sou,1I Quarter of by State Highway :200 SAVE 18 SAVE SAVE If)'.
31S feet for a point off Southeast Quarter Section now U.S. Highway 301.
beginning thence run ;32, Township 6 (See O.R. Book 14. page
West 207.5 feet thencerun South Rang 22 East or $37)).
South 105 feet, particularly' described as
thence run East 210 feet follows, to wit: Commence as set forth In the orderof .
thence run North .LOS at Northeast Corner final judgment. ,
feet to the point of of Northwest
beginning, and containing Quarter of Southeast 3/35/BO. Gilbert S.
0 502 acre and lyingIn Quarter Section 32 Brown, Clerk of the Circuit BREYERS ggl KING SIZE ,
East half ol Northwest Township 6 South Range Court bytBeulah BREAD COKE
Quarter of Southeast 22 East run West 474 M. Moody Deputy Clerk. -- ,- SPRITE;,
Quarter Section 32. feet, thence South 420 Date of the flrtl ICE
Township 6 South Rang. feet thence East 39 feet publication of this Noticeof $ 319 TAB i
22 East. (See Deed Book to West line of State Sale It 3/27/M In the 3 OR
51, Page 164)). Road No. 200. thence Bradford County ;'f LOAVES i
line of Telegraph. T
continue: on West 4 WELCHSIGRAPE
Starting from the Northeast State Road No. 200 114 2 3/27 2tchg 43.PUBLIC HALF GALLON PANTRY MAMD5BUBGEB A *1.9. .
HOIDOII "" BIJ7fs O / ry
*> ,
Corner of Northwest feet for paint of beginnIng
Quarter of thence North 66 FROZEN p iiAP: : "artBread:2LO *I39 i
Southeast Quarter Sec dog,...30 minutes West AVIVB
tion 32. Township 6 195 feel, thence South $ 99j .sAVS 111'.13r 9 urn tsar

South Range 22 tost 176 feet, thence East NOTICE | Party TymeCakeuvtw. . .99. SODA: I r
run South 525 feel, B1.S feel to West line of The '
of iMcanw
thence West 210 feet fora State Road No. 200 City Stark :II
point of beginning. thence In a Northeaster Community Development uvrr ..r PAAim 2.Apple Pie. .. .. 99 Jim
thence continue West ly direction along sold Department has filed .' j Orange Juice 3/$1 ___ I 9
Its annual Grantee .
North West line of Road .. Pineapple *
105 feel, thence Stale Roll. 2LITER
Performance Report to "WE Was..FAMM MOM ... :
121 feet to South boundary No. 200 a distance of Par .
the Department of MVS1VMM.OTA1. f
tight-of way, line of 264.7 feet to Point of and Urban Development Housing Dinner Fries. .,, ,. ., ..69 I Oatmeal CookieslAVtw. ..89 "
State Road No. 13, Beginning and lying In i
661 RiversideAve. MVele .er / : .. Sir Rue DEPOSIT 7.l... .
thence Northeasterlyalong Northwest Quarter of IMCOtOMlOP

South Boundary Southeast Quarter Section Florida.. 32204.Jacksonville- SAVS.Frozen sw PANTRY PotcpSesT.0.T3/89, \ Honey Buns. -. .,'.r..89. Pepsi Cola I e . 411"VI :
right-of-way line Stats 32 Township 6 $ -. uvtMhskBtiurwrmniM ,
Road No. 13 131 feet, South Rang. 22 East, all A copy of this report n) Frozen Waffles..4/, -1 n-nMTferfstMiemai Mayonnaise,99*
on file far public review Stir Bread. .2L 109
thence South 303 feel to West of State Rood No. / [ "f I
ot the Community MVt H
containing Point of Beginning 0.43 acre and and 200 acres and more containing or les.*. (0.69 See ty Development Hall Stark Office.. Florida Ci) ilceCream : is ? .99'J i Dinner r.MitnRmotNuratBm Rolls 3'pl.$. .119 Lipton Tea Bags. a !S1 '9

lying In Northwest Deed Book M File 535))., between the hours of ,:,, '

Quarter of Southeast B.30: A.M. and 5:00: P.M., .
Quarter Section 32 Commence at Northeast .
Township e South, Range) Corner of Northwest Itchg 3/27. ...' .. .; .


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Girl Scouts Appreciated ,I ...............-
Girl NewsBy
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Gateway Girl Scout Council Annual Friendship Dinner I960 was held Mar. 15, j Carolyn Eaves phone M4-JMI2. you were recognized also.
at the Officers Club at Jacksonville Naval Air Station. 't 4 t The annual Gateway Girl Scout -- It was a pleasure to see Lila Rae
During the awards presentation the Starke Woman's", Club was honored for Council Friendship Dinner was a very Yawn receive recognition for her
their continuing support of Girl Scouting. A plaque appreciation was accepted exciting time for the writer of this col- work during the past few years with
.'by Mrs. Marjorie Thomson and Mrs. Joan HaU. for the Woman's Club Junior N b umn. I was very surprised and Bradford Girl Scouts.: She has been a
.Women's. Club and Little Women., honored to be awarded the Thanks Brownie Junior and Senior leader or
Mrs.!! Lila Rae Yawn received a plaque in appreciation for her work In the Badge along with Nancy Bennett advisor and/or cookie chairman as
Bradford Neighborhood as cookie and cupboard chairman, neighborhood chairman from Gainesville and Lucille Turner well as serving the neighborhood as
.' and troop leader for the past nine years. from Jacksonville. I have enjoyed chairman, cookie chairman and cup-
Mrs. A.J. (Carolyn) Eaves received the Thanks Badge which Is the highest I working with the scouts of Bradford board chairman. For those of you who
honor Gateway Girl Scout Council gives each year. The Thanks Badge Is reserv- County and getting to know them don't know Lila Rae she is a Joy to
ed for recognition of truly outstanding service above and beyond the call of duty. their parents and meeting such: terrific work with and we do love and appreciate -
Carolyn has served Bradford-Union Neighborhood for the past twelve years as a people as we have In scouting. her.
1. .leader of all levels of scouting.She has served as neighborhood chairman and for Even though it Is not always convenient The dinner was really good and well
the past ten years she has organized all troops for the neighborhood. Currently I have enjoyed working on the attended. The theme was Growing
Carolyn is the leader for Cadette Troop 520. Is on the Nominating Committee for council level as well. I appreciate the Loving Being and everything was
'+ .'Gateway Girl Scout Council Board of Directors Is the director for Neyatl Day recognition and plan to continue decorated accordingly. We all received
Camp, located at Kingsley Lake serving that capacity since .. working with Girl Scouting. potted flowers and a poem on raising -
This neighborhood really appreciates a Girl Scout Garden Those attending
0 > '-W' ": ., .. from Starke Mrs. Laurie
+ I ". .. the support we have received were
L \" ..' aNL from the Starke Woman's Club MuUins. Mrs. Elizabeth Walker Mrs.
f i Junior Club>>and Little Women for the Margie Thomson Mrs. Joan Hall,
past twelve years that I know of,a big Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and Jack and
thank you to all the members. Glad Carolyn Eaves.

lit top photo left''. Mr*.Lila Rae Yawn receive a plaque In appreciation for her I __ ._._._. u.__.. ._____-r I
work In Girl Scouting from Mr. Carolyn Eaves.

Starke Shrine Club NewsMr. .-.. n 11 n __ ,

and Mrs. Malcolm Sanders maybe you will be lucky enough to geta [ ftokjWeekHoly
have graciously donated a piano to free chicken dinner.
the Starke Shrine Club. This piano
was In use at our meeting Tuesday We have received more participation -
March 25, and was enjoyed by all. We from various clubs in our com-
certainly do appreciate the generosity munity. We have two local clubs.
of the Sanders. We will put this Bradford Roping Club and scouting: Week Services Mar. 31-Apr. 4
piano to good use. organizations that will march in our

We are continuing our plans for our parade. Commissioner of Agricultureand Holy Week Services sponsored by the Bradford County Ministerial
annual Chicken Dinner and community be Shriner.Noble Doyle Conner will Alliance will be held in the Fellowship Hall of the First United Methodist
parade. It was voted at our last our Grand Parade Marshall. Church of Starke from March 31 thru April 4. Everyone is welcome.:
In lower photo. Mrs. Carolyn Eaves (left), presents Mrs. Joan Hall (center) meeting to pass out many free We will have more news next week Following Is the schedule: :
and Mrs. Margie Thomson (far right) with a plaque of appreciation to the chicken dinner tickets along the about our Annual Shrine Club Day on Monday. March 31: Lunch served by the ladies of the First Christian
Starke Woman's Club. Jr. Woman's Club and Little Women. parade route.Come to the parade and Saturday May 3. Church and the First United Methodist Church.

Speaker: The Reverend Jack Bowman. First Christian Church
wll1+Ai Subject: "The Way to Bethlehem"Lk.( 2:1-15: 9:18-22) .
j Tuesday.April I: Lunch served by the ladies of the St. Edward's Catholic
. Church and the Grace United Methodist Church Lawtey.
Speaker: The Reverend Martin Jung St. Edward's Catholic Church.
v Subject: "The Way to Jericho" (Lk. 10:25-37)
Wednesday, April 2: Lunch served by the ladies of St. Mark's Episcopal
foods. Church and Mt. Moriah United Methodist Church.
.. r Speaker: The Reverend John M. Flynn, St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
WE'VE GOT WHAT Subject: "The Way to Gethsemane' (Mk. 14:32-42): or (Matt. 26-36-46): )
Thursday.April 3: Lunch served by the ladies of the First Baptist Church
and the Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church.
la ='=\ = ",:!:: I'mmmsiml' I YOU Speaker: The Reverend Ben P. Bryant First Baptist Church.
Subject: "The Way to Jerusalem" (Lk. 9:51-62): )
I CRISCO .1 j PAMPERS j II j FOLGER'S I r Friday April 4: Lunch served by the ladies of the Greater BethlehemFree
DIAPERS I t COFFEE I Will Baptist Church and the First Presbyterian Church.
II a IT OAVTIMt' .UAVTMh MITftBjMMBANf I I WO.1MWIHMIII In CAN UUWINN I WANT Speaker: The Reverend Jasper Williams Greater Bethlehem Free Will
| OIL YOU PAY tl M I I YoL PAY U tt I Baptist Church.

I 38oz BTL. I I 1.-."..,....,,...N" I I.I ..."...'.'"''......,",,............- I I 0 Subject: "The Way to Golgotha" (Mk. 15: 21-40)
I I .

I h I "(''IilltJ -! ',,:!::, 1I'JoitJ ... ',;:; I lD'i'JojtJt_':t I 1'f11J,1II'; 1:1D1: ':t:1: -':''!.' )fI.vI :.,_'\..,:-',;:; I Deanery Meeting 14-H'ers,


J.R.441 ...COFFEE................. t I; COFFEEuuTHAIMM..... ; I I M.a.Ut1N4HHH COFFEE MH 1 1 MILLS 1 1 CIIEERIOS MILLS I Spring Meeting of the Bradford County 4-H'ers met last
I I I ; 1 ie cN:: 1 La' 'HAG;: WHEAT ES tux II Gainesville Deanery St. Augustine Thursday night at Southside Elementary
_ HNH'IIHMN trsv.i7n.1.iT.i5.s.ff.rii: ::;::; IHHMIIIHH14HI1IHIMIIIMII!; : iii:: 1 YOU I "'G"....+ I I YOU PAY t7In I I YOU PAY 12 79 I I ,.. I I I Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, School for Share-the-Fun and
r r r sea sun ones .. I ........it:..N" I I .mitm\t. * I I ."....",...."0' I I ............... I I ""'".!!'....'" I was hosted by Holy Family Catholic Fashion Revue.The following 4-H'ers
L.: = _I '-: = _I = = : _I '-: = _I = = i" _I Women's Guild In Williston on Mar. participated in these activities:

Fashion Revue Annette Balkcom
CHECK THESE VALUES 20.Mass was concelebrated by the host blue ribbon; Amy Black blue ribbon;
pastor Rev. Father Patrick Foley; Melissa May blue ribbon; Cindy
SAVE W A toON" cal ulD
: the former pastor of St. Edward Lynn, red ribbon; Bonnie Arnold red
Sirloin Steak,,..---u2S, ,.- Catholic Church Msgr; John Burns nbbon; Lisa Lynn;red ribbon) Elaine
-' 69 pastor of Gainesville s St.' Patrick's Tetstone, red ribbon;Janice Thorn
D.RoundT'steak : U11$2 Church Rev. Father Flannan Walsh ton red ribbon.SharelheFun.
SAVE 11 A Ia a@I.Chuck Deanery Moderator and pastor of- Debbie Parrish
O Steak."j% 1I$189 Holy Faith Church in Gainesville and Priscilla: Welch Terri Jakabs (blue
FRESH FLA.ORO Rev. Father John Dux pastor of St. ribbon); Kelly Bighorn Kevin Starl-
Shoulder' T'' $269 GEORGIA PREMIUM GRADE Madeleine's Catholic Church In High ing, Michael Stilwell, Thomas Noon
Springs. (blue ribbon); Amy Black Annette
.VwAwnv web The business meeting and luncheon Balkcom (red ribbon); Suzanne Dyal
D Cubed ChuckSte.DBladeChuckRoaslfru'l'_ L.$299 were held at the First Methodist (red ribbon); Brenda Sikes Lisa
4TO (: ; Fellowship Hall. The guest speakerwas Harley Denise Guillion Pam Taylor
49 6TO 69 Jimmy Bowen Starke's City (red ribbon); Jenny Sue Countrymanred

'A w SOMINf : nDS SLBsMVI Police Chief. He spoke on methods of ( ribbon), Sherri Harrell. Jill
$189 avoiding con people and film flam artists Moore Suzanne Dyal Deena Cox
Beef .
DStewmg LB
as well as personal protection.The Pam Willingham (red ribbon);
meeting was conducted by Wayne Cribbs. Bobby Thomas John
D Holly Ridge Bacon t. 99 SAVE20.ALB SAVE 30' A LB Marianna Cerda of Gainesville the Tlnsler. Carlton Jones (blue ribbon);
Mvl 10' A t..O Deanery President. Among special Drew Andrews Kay Crosby (blue rib-
D Slab Bacon. ? ;. U78* guests attending was the Diocesan bon); Randy Balkcom (red ribbon;
/ SAYS Iff*DM PKC MIAT President Betty McGill from Randy Starling (red ribbon); Joy

D SAVE 1P rSp f r mot Ribs?*?'. .. American Singles. $149 Fyne Taste Franks .88 Jacksonville who gave Informationon Carlton Robbie May, Bonnie Arnold
UVt W-tMMarANTmrKtM.11ICK SAVE .HOI pua PANTRY rmot the upcoming Convention of the (red ribbon); Joe Reichert Janice
Mw IP A I.IINN 1a DCCW scheduled lor Apr.20,21 and 22 Thornton (red ribbon) ; David
.. D Whole PoTkTSm: .. Whipped Margarine. .59 SplcedlunchMeat.. at the Gainesville Hilton Hotel. Reichert Roger Dobbs (red ribbon);
.."' ". ... IAVI MTiM cur PANTRV mofl W lie*PUG PANTRY ntOH HJCIO During the business meeting Sheila Anderson (red ribbon); Sharon

n iii 'k affferhick.Ru, Sour Cream . .684 Cooked Salami. . $158uviir Deanery officers: and Diocesan: Board Fussell (red ribbon).
fc.Kc.rANnvf M Members elected. Mrs. Claire
w.asw PEG pAwnv mot were
o SAVE Ar MASH Perch Fillets. Cream; Cheese . .684 Sliced Imported Ham. 178 Brunetti. St. Edward's Altar Society
t. .. president, was among those giving
$1"n SAVE r.SIM cur 4xniiom WHOIIMUI SAVE a' I4. AG NAISO OE
o Booth's SAVE 30 U.1CU PEG Fish Mlfl lATTtMO Portions. Ricotta Cheese.$2. 38 Oscar rF"ks.- *168o toinette reports of Coss Affiliation Deanery activities.Vice President An-- Airman Nathan S. Rund

SAYS 7r.12..PRO.IO DIM UTI UM woo SAVE' MM nco.ram MIAWAIT LINES the at the Airman Nathan S. Rand son of
MVI ir ifca nco.QUAE11Ef i ; gave
it L lFyneSpreadOleo. American Singles. 14S Sunnyland i Sausage. 'I78IAVI meeting and presented a girt to the retired Air Force Senior Master
Sergeant and Mrs. Elmer Rund of
IAVI ir.ku CAM IAVI IT teat KM HHttf outgoing president. Carole Ashllne
SOW MKM n M Merico's fs ;iiS'.' .2/39/ Hygrade Sausage. 784C also from St. Edward's attended as Keystone Heights has graduatedfrom
UVegetableSpread. the U.S. Air Force fire -
.,.. *. the Deanery Family Affairs Chair protection
Mv I M PIO.MJCfD MEAT IAVCM uarMaivH* Chanute
:C "I aP.J4u CUP nufin MM CIUMIO course at Air Force Base
' = U Cotta eCheese. . Fyne,Taste Bologna.I $138 Dinner Franks ... ',. $138. Rev. Father Martin Jung, St. Ed- in Rantoul Rund 111.
Airman learned how to fight
: ward's pastor joined the following attending
it'.__:. from his parish: Betty Daiin- structural: and aircraft fires andrepair
::=.:- ski, Ann Gingras. Ruth Meng, Peggy fire fighting equipment. He Is
'o :-.: Sheller Anne Samons Terry Aston being assigned to England Air Force
-;:;:- Base La.
": '. Kathy Pernlni Gerry Phillip Mary
Donna Samons Kay Richards The airman Is a 1979 graduate of
Viola Lefebvre Antoinette Stefanelll Keystone Heights Junior-Senior High

,. and Dolores Meng. School.
: ,, 9t
tsar Laa W o.
-"= LB A La Ls Dr. Keith Johnson Guest Sp>,eaker At Dedan Baptist
; Dr Keith Johnson, Executive Special music will be presented by
: Director of Teens For Christ will be the Rev. Ron Hyde with testimony

... the guest speaker concerning his work on the beaches
'r .
at the Wedneadarllu'oll8bSunday with young! people of all problems.Ron .
f ; '. [It Beauty //Iids InBrookar. has worked In the bars and
f :.;, beaches presenting answers to troubl.
: Dynamic messages will be ed hearts through his work on Youth
presented each night geared towards Hotline.Come hear Dr.Keith Johnson
A FRESH. SUAVE people with special social: concyer Wednesday through Sunday with
PICK tis at 1:30 p.IL with a special testimony by Rev. Ron Hyde each
r ( FLORIDA O SHAMPOO ORCONDITIONERS. Youth Crusade on Saturday. evening. evening at 7:30 p.m. with final rally
z' Sunday morning will be Us final appearance on Sunday morning at 11 a.m. at
J aa Dr. Johnson talks about Dedaa Baptist Chuxa, Brooker.John

yr:1'..::. STRAWBERRIES ., SAVE41"SAVE'j the final days of our world. Hndry is pastor
:' t i t ., '
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a 1 < ;" : $ -19 .I "t :I6o. (: BRADFORD : SCHOOL .- rt W I
.2' '20- ..i, .: .:'..,..,.;.' MIDDLE
'" .J-:" '. '/ (AlL) Aiiiiiiii, Arm
: "'.!": & TYPES) Dates to......... .
PINTS> April 17 Filth six weeks cads 'that same evening in the BMS gym at
Apr. 24-Report CllU'dlIO hontt. 7:30 p.m. The admission will be 25
cents for students school and
during :
[} ) src.liloml.1.emona.:: .",.. .*.4!2 KM 79*' Mw IPp M"M on QTIPSCOTTON Our 'BUS 'Band went to District II for that evening with proceeds: going

Fresh pefrult..6 rex1M Q Slicing Tomatoes. ..39 SWABS Competition Mar. 19 and was awarded to the Cancer Society.
f t .fI.1.Cr Mrs. Bennett Ms. Tompkins and
:t; Mw w ,the highest marks possible. an
t.: wvfw Fresh.MnN FU. Celery. ... ...... .':,STAU 29* 0 BakingPotatoes 10 ,':'cs 11'DYeTlo SAVE50170CT- 40 superiors. W* congratulate Mr. ,Mrs. Black are conducting tryouts.
band and UM BUS
Pe -onto. director
f.U. Valencia Oranges.. .,e,12 roes iew Ptl.IOn 7 9
I" .f. Band. W. of all. '
1 MVI f t" .3.139-* are very proud: you I, 'Gospel Sing Set
f Fresh Crisp Carrots..y .'. 4,3 .AGs49" SAVE...,.. _
29 in LB
. MVI tr MW CHOI* IB UVI,. AI>....1Sd.,AU PIIYGY Z <1 i Talent i Show Set ,
. ... ; .5 79 Consort $119
RedIIiMPotatoes.) ; AG LJ
. MVf r cow Chef Potatoes. ,.... U9t t ) uvitiir CI. alrSpray.. By Beta Club 1 Then win be a Gospel Sing: In the
1' T nderRedR.1dl.h"I'ICG., t 14. MM UMNO VAMIShrMushrooms' oll The Bradford Middle School Junior ',Lake Butler Community Center onMar.
tAvt rAwP...vout.OWM D I .n5vl5i' CuritySoftPulffs. . 2/$1/ Talent Show 39 at 7:30 n.m.' featuring\ TheStafX
| Is
I I Beta > planning a
Yellow. Onions . ',- -.' .. ... ..U.124 SOFT and SUet Family from Mid-
" which will feature both students
FleLn".SUw, or MOMCIO s..d.- .. ... .-. . .1'ICG.49.$ Reach T 00 th'bh ..89J dteburg; one. Ktegdmt Hln, from
student Macclenny and Tire from
The body will see the show Waysides*
April during 5th and J Admission' Is free and
and the8 will also ba presented ,rei'jous .Is Invited to attend.I .


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I HAMPTON HIGHLIGHTSBy 1 4_n ,1ea..rs>arertt seti41 DC..I _tF_ ata_ n I......_____I HV4a____. 4srs war 4, ,','".,. iJ:1ft
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Dolores Meng Odessa McConaghy and her Visitor Wads worth; Mb grade-Brenda Curtis. la Service Training and Mrs. Lloyd Rowe, and:Mrs",ii.
phone 468-191J brother Otis Melton-- had birthdayson Miss Joyce'Meng of Jacksonville Julie Dorminey, Marlene O'Steen, Ms. Annette Keaton has conducted Pauline Grows of Muncie, Indiana
r Mar. 22.Happy spent the weekend with her parents, Amy Williams and Melissa Williams; several Science lessons In Miss Peterson's They stayed on to enjoy the deliaious
Tribute Birthday to Ruth Dennisonon Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng ana family. 7th grade-Brenda Bawek Donna Dor 5th grade class in connectionwith pizza lunch served In the cafeteria:eiS
We have been requested to print Mar. 23. miney, Marie Innocent, Alan Rogers her classes at Santa Fe Com- mnSAf
this tribute to Peggy Rhoden: Hampton Elementary School and Becky Young. munity College.She has been working
Dear Reader Hampton Lake Bike-A-Tlion Finalists were Marie Innocent who with air experiments. helping the ,.
The following Is something I wroteIn Condolence Among students who participated went down when she misspelled the children realize that air.has weight DINGO! :;*' :'M> J
memory of my mother, Peggy Sympathy 'Is extended to :Mrs. In the Cystic Fibrosis Benefit Bike-A. word 'autumn' and Alan Rogers, who and takes up space.' The class enjoyed :. ;ti'i
Rhoden who died Nov. 13, 1979. She Virile Barksdale whose- brother, Then on Mar. 22 were: Eddie Kir- came out in first place when he spelled these lessons. ''. If ,
was 34 years old. I want to take this Algar K. Thomas, died Mar. 24 at chaine, Barbara Davis Michelle Kir- 'autumn' correctly and then wenton Spring Vacation 100 Jackpot :; .11 '.
opportunity to thank the many people Avon Park. Mr. and Mrs. Robert chaine, Polly Woods Leslie McKin- to correctly spell daughter'. Alan School personnel and teachers are .'"J .
who loved her and shared my sorrow. Barksdale from Humboldt Tenn. are ney Frank Sheffield Daran and Marie will be participating In the enjoying Wed., Thur. and onaonf Every Saturday' ::' ;, ,
I'm sorry It's taken me this long to spending some time with their Whitehead and John Watson., Countywide Spelling Bee on Apr. 8 at from school and will be back Kingsley Lake Civic Cenrer'-'i :
say so: mother. the Starke County Office.: day, Mar. 31. 'f .'
Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth was (tormerly Nail's Grocery) ,. ,
You've been
To my mother, Peggy: Spelling Bee .. : J t I''
gone almost 5 months now, my Refund Club The. School Spelling Bee was held the pronouncer for the Bee, Principal Visitor SR-16A
mother. Gone Is your laughter, your Mrs. Edith Smith hosted the Coupon Mar. 25 with the following par- Connie Clark, Mrs. Ernestine Den- Mrs. Jean Clark's 1st grade class -,
smiles, my Joy. The love I have for Refund Club at her home on Satur- ticipants: 5th graders-Kevin mark and Miss Claudette Peterson enjoyed the visit on Friday of Mrs. 8:00: Patmftmmices *
you mother, will never die, as you day. Members exchanged ideas, D'Augustine, Frantz Innocent San. served as judges, and Mrs. Carole Mary Overholser. Mrs. Clark's
have done. I've tried to understandjust couDons and refund forms. dra Melton.Donna Peeples and Justin Stevenson gave the rules. mother and her aunt and uncle. Mr. I''

why God felt it was your time to I I'I,

die.He has I do His know reasons now for Inside us to my part.heart, We :

My heart tells me, "Be brave, and pre Sick of Inflationloo! EckerdTFreezes i

do not fear",Mom's found the peace,



not worry about me, my love. Some CAN. LET'S START '
day I may join you up above. i'
Until that time comes I'll goon living
loving caring and giving. God I ROLAIDS :
bless you and keep you, my mother. q TABLETS i" .?:.
Even though you're gone,you still bring ROLLS' Relieves upset IIf.f1r' '!1f#1 I I
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me JOY I can smile now, packach. >
remembering all the things you've ECKERD 1 1liJ I -.-.
done. God how I miss and love you ASPIRIN )
my mother. e I
I love you forever and ever. Bottle otl 00.S .. > VASELINE :
Dianne Your(Suta daughter) Rhoden Ii. : BABY POWDER SHARP EL 8149 GENERAL ELECTRIC 1)1

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T it Whole family ( TOASTER/OVEN'
Senior Citizens .,, i1
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The Hampton Senior Citizens Club :t ... with 4
had 20 members in attendance at key memory.8 3199Toasta.oPbrown.
their St. Patrick's party held Fridayin --- digit I readout .NO.
the City Hall. 1 REQ. $17.99 REG. $39 99 "
Mrs. Ada Holtz of Starke was a BLADES .
guest at the party. Mrs. Velma c F, "ACK/OiAA Twin blade '
Gilbert was voted Mrs. Leprechaunand OF /H cartridges. m.
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was with a bouquet of 4 f LIMIT 1 I inJ A'7>
fresh Mr. Lawrence
Cosgrove was awarded Irish Spring WELLS FARQO PD10
soap for his part as Mr. Leprechaun.They SUAVE SMOKE DETECTOR _

their next meeting Is scheduled for Balsam&Protein, Detects fire In earliest
Apr. 4 at 2 p.m. PENNANT 79* 18-oz.,two types. t Provides loud alarm&test stage button PROCTOR SILEX ,
HospitalizedMrs. I r PRICE .13
Norma Melton entered Bradford Vacuum packed d $11i1VC LessMFoitis troa IB lOmatlcallywhen Turns on auto- Fly}r I
County Hospital on Friday for "ys 1-vk to ensure fresh- MIXED NUTS l'.tYlm. M AIL-IK RCB ATI* 9 fruit Is pressed i

tests and treatment.Mr. Z REG.ness.$1.59LIMIT 12-oz tin a........_>v I HAND ft BODY LOTION saw* FINALCOST BB1"ArriMHEBATI to reamer.NO.
Buck Dennison is still a patientat It 1 -------.. *' 8-oz.bottle ; O J101 REQ.$15.99\ ,,
Alachua General Hospital. ----- 49 i moisturizing

Mrs. Josephine Fontaine is still lotion. LIMIT 1 1 3% : F3FYx
receiving treatment at North Florida Y

Regional Hospital. | CCKEMD-S


Michelle Rahme celebrated her a a1 Q One step.Soft TWICE THE PRINTS Gel an extra
13th birthday on Mar. 21. Jr' ** perm. LIMIT 1 I *et black Inn with every roll of color '
Teresa McClellan turned 14 on Mar. r I or and white print Him
22. : I developed and printed..
Brad Rjpst11, alszq 14 IIn Mar.22. ,EVERYDAY.,
Hap Y'I-$)rtbday ,to Frances LEAF ---, Sr,1UIBB-rr a t :. "HO'LSOM "" I,
Wadsworth i on Mar. 22. r THERAQRAN M TWICE THE riLM Get two rolliiof '
SPECKLED TABLETS a print Mm tor the price of one
-- Bottle of 100 with Holds 264 of your favorite KudKotoror Mack and while,
EGGS 1' 5-iQ tta \ photos without comers or when you have your film pro
30 free. LIMIT 1
Gospel Sat. y ceaMdatEekerd1*...
sing Colorful treat messy glue. REQ. $5.49 TODAY AND EVERYDAY yam

There will be a gospel sing Satur- Z j i' for Baskets.their Easter 10oz.JC U he VI29 ,

day, March 29 at 7:30: p.m. at the bag.REQ.99* < GUARANTEE
Raiford Holiness Revival Center TABLETOP Buy only the prints you want.No hassle-
Church in Raiford. IRONING BOARD even If the goof was In the picture taking.

Featured singers will be the Singing Compact,easy to store, / aY
Christians and the Roberts Family of complete with pad&silicone 'r 1>g '
Raiford. treated cover. REQ. $4.99y
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Everyone Is welcome to attend and O88 t'i; ='
worship the Lord in song. RID-A-BUG h "
Refreshments will be served during i
Doltyouraalfpest GAS !Wii
control. 64-oz. size. ,
Highland BaptistHomecoming 01 QUICKIE MODEL 2150 ::

GLADE SPRAY I ft Juat rinse,push on ... Gasoline powered flax ."4
Homecoming with dinner on the .1 j AIR 3Q vhehandle.ltwrings 369. rx line trlmmer/edger. I Ii;;
grounds at Highland Baptist Church G FRESHENER k Itself out-automat- H.P., 2 cycle engine, ;
will be this Sunday,Mar.30.with din- 7-oz.aerosol ically. REG. $4.99 solid state Ignition.'
ner on the grounds. i spray,assorted REQ. $129.9916OZ.
Guest speaker will be George 77' fragrances.REQ. 5IN1SPRINKLER j
Chism. There will be special: singing 97-LIMIT 1 DALE 1-DROP
with the Cavaliers Quartet. DEODORIZEROne
Everyone is invited.BRADFORD drop deodor- 11 Covers up to 36 foot diameter I.1
circle.: Rugged ABS housing'
99' izes for up to 24
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MENU-MAR 31 APRIL 't 5 Q Plastic construction. LOPPING
In assorted colors& '
!Monday: Corndogs, baked beans, designs.REG.$2.49 t SHEARS {t
cabbage slaw, fruit and milk. *
cup I { handle headwith
Tuesday: Chicken & noodles, but- FANTASTIK 10 long A slip-proof .ALL PURPOSE I'
tered green peas, cabbage slaw, SPRAY CLEANER a 6.t grip. MODEL QS20-11 SPRAYER
fruit cup. and milk. : 2 x20YARDS ? REG. $5.99
Wednesday: Baby lima beans M General purpose DUCT TAPE Ptastieaonstructlon 't

w/ham spiced ham sandwich, can jia Iflrv* 32-oz.household spray Cleaner I QQ Multi-purpose cloth 499 with MODEL trigger 560REQ. sprayer. W),
died sweet tape moisture resistant -
potatoes purple plums 1 .
and milk.Thursday 1 bottle.LIMIT 1 exceptional $1.199o.UAirr

: Hamburger steak, rice & p adhesion.REQ.$2.79 50-FOOT

gravy, green beans pineapple tidbits 99$
hot rolls and milk.
Friday: Fish portions, cheese grits, 4 STP 3-tubevinyl soaker .
TREATMENT hose for deep water
turnip greens, banana, cornbreadand
milk.BRADFORD. 12-oz.bottlegaa penetration.REQ. .
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Monday: Chicken & Rice, green 4.5 liters,refreezable
beans, applesauce, peanut butter EVEREADY ZEBCO840L 10-POUND bottle Wide neck &
cookie, biscuit w/butter and milk. ALKALINE"AAA" REELARODBATTERIES faucet spout.

Tuesday: Hamburger gravy,mashed cl f 4QO Self-positioning CHARCOAL
potatoes, mixed vegetables, hot lUXAllMl J *Jg 5* ballallantanUBRIQUETTES
rolls, fruit jello and milk. The beat,longest lasting power reswltsssas ZV lab
Wednesday: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, cell for flashlights calculators' REQ. $26.98 Quick alerting,even .:r ..
cheese stJx, garden salad w/dress- toys A more. REQ. $1.79 burning. REQ. $1.69

ing, French bread, fruit cup, butterscotch PACK 429
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salad, buttered green peas,hot rolls, 2 Single tray with a compartments.
chocolate cake and milk Rust resistant polypropylene
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cheese, tossed salad, peach half, I
coconut cookie, biscuit and milk. 1011=11 259 I



Monday: Hamburgers, pizza French '
fries and milkshakes. i
Tuesday Cheeseburger, French 5 R//

fries milkaiwkesWednesdays Cuban. sandwich, and Just favorite bring color in your VISA'f J' mWGJITJfiJ!)( '(!) (iJOOJ( Off; !.

Sloppy JoePizza, negative)end order aA&-PIUC..QOODTHRUSAT
French fries, milkshakes. L 5 quality reprints SSC G.Wfilrnf JnN1G2 fi2 marrJ' OPEN WEEKDAYS A.M. HI,i P.M.::2t I

,, .tries Hamburgers pizza I on Kodak paper.CouponOood "wI.W/ / LI a UjJ; SUNDAY 10 A.M UI 7 P.M.
French milkshake Thru.....March 29 SHOP EARLY SOME SAtJ11TIM$LIMITED.
Friday cheeseburgers: Cuban, French sandwich fries, hamburgers 831 S. Walnut St. Starke. Fla., :. WIN RSWVS THIS RIGHT TO LIMIT OUANTtTII..

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LAWTEY NEWSBy --.c.-. .. _. II I,-----l-s -os1 tse>wtrwt/essfl -__. .--_ _1I1--.c..o s.l6esalLSt.ae ..-..

Elisabeth Terry,phone 182-33GO. Wednesday Adult vited! Consult Judy Becker. School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 home Sunday after spending four Mar.M,at the home of Mrs.Moore.A.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Christian Choir and Little There is a special everyday p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. Prayer months In England with her brother- door prize was won(by Mrs.Leon Nor'man
Cblll'Ch.f God Sunday School 10am. Bible Singers. 7 p.m. and 8 p.iw. held at the parsonage Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. in-law and sister Lt. Col. and Mra. Miss Vlckey Norman' grandmother
Worship II a.m. and 8 p.m: 'Cleanings."The night at'7:30: p.m. The theme "The Morgan Road Baptists Sunday James Dougherty and family,and bar after which Miss Norman
Prayer Meeting and Yl'E 7:30: p.m. enjoyable revival of the past week was an King's Church". Everyone invited School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and 7 brother Timmy' Wilson and their opened .her gifts. Refreshment of
CII1 Wednesday night. to one The main theme was for this session. Another meeting of p.m. Training Union e p.m. Prayer brother-in-law and later, MaJ. and cake and punch
Evergreen Baptist Sunday School prepare a people for the note Is a prayer session every second Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mrs.Russell Lines and daughter Jacqueline Mr. and Mrs.:John1y.on of Neptune
to...m.' Worship 11 a.m and 7 p.m. evangelistic push within the next ten and fourth Tuesday at the home of Norttslde Baptist Sunday School ,of Frankford, Germany. Beach Miss Cynthia Ledaga of
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: truth and demands a body full of Terri Oglenby.! The night meeting of 10 a.m.Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. James Bowman Orange Park, and Mr. and Mra D.O.
: brought power. Chaplain Tompklna the UMW will be this Thursday at 7 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at celebrated their daughter, Mrs. Brown of Lawtey gathered at the
.hII'Baptll&l Bible School 10'a.m.' special some timely messages. Of p.m. 7 p.m. Vickie Crews', birthday on Sunday Genghis Khan Restaurant in Orange
Worship 11 a.m. and 7 pm. Prayer which note was the LWCI Choir Highland Baptist Sunday School Missionary Baptist Sun afternoon, Mar. It. They had a Park and enjoyed a Chinese supper on
Meeting Wednesday at 7:3op: .m..Tarsi was such a blessing. It I Ia our 9:45: a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. da=l 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. delicious dinner and later they served Friday night.
; Baptist: Sunday School 9:45: other understanding Invitations that they are open for Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes cake and Ice cream. Her grandparents -' Cynthia Brown granddaughter of
"arum Worship Services 11 a.m. 7:30: congregations. to sing for any local p.m. day at 7:30: p.m. ,Mr.and Mra. RE.Altwater. Mr*. Lucille T. Ivey, and daughter of
P:1"' Training! Union p.m. Prayermeting Attention Homecoming next Sunday. Eats and Mrs. R.W. Bowman of Jacksonville Mr. and Mra. D.R. Brown, had a birthday
/ Wednesday to the Sunday School age start at 1 o'clock. Everybody come. PERSONALSCorrections came for the occasion. party on her 10th birthday on
.Grace United 7:3Or..m.Church children: There will be the annual Laura Baptists Sunday School 9:45: : : Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mrs Sherry Morgan, Mrs.Joy Rising Saturday..Twelve of her little friend
School I 9:30 a.m. Early Church 10:30: Easter 1pm. Each Egg hunt Saturday, Apr. 5, at a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Carroll, of Boca Raton spent the Mra. Karen Casey and lira;, came aver to be with her.
11 child la asked to bring a Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: weekend of Mar. Michael Moore hostesses
stn. Worship a.m. UMYF e p.m. 15 with their were a Refreshments of cake and Ice cream
Tuesday, orchestra practice 7 p.m. decorated with 'three pm. parents, Mr.and Mra Earl TroxeU. miscellaneous shower for Miss were served.
0,< eggs. All children are in- Long Bridge Baptist! Sunday Miss Billle Doreen Wilson returned Vlckey Norman on Thursday evenln"We're Mr. and Mrs. Tom' Whaley and
girls, of Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs.
Danny Luke of Hellbronn Springs

were mother.Sunday Mrs. Nellie dinner Wilkinson guests of,sister

sick of inflalionloo! Mra. Daisy Boch and their daughter
Mis Lynn Whaley.Mr. .
and Mra. Emory Eunice and
.,- family of Gainesville visited their
: parents! Mr. and Mrs.Harold Eunice
on Friday night. Their son Deron
stayed for a few days with his grand

ECKERD FREEZES FOR Henry Hodges and sons Hank and
PRICES Mark attended the Stock Car Race at

night.the Lake City Speedway' on Saturday

Mra. Wyolene Day and her son
Keith of Jacksonville were Saturday
overnight guests of her mother, Mrs.
Lucille T. Ivey, and her brotherinlaw -
and sister Mr. and Mrs. D.R.
MINIMUM OF 60 DAYS. Daniel's Brown and 2nd family.birthday They with spaghetti celebrated

dinner on Sunday. He received
several gifts. Refreshment of Ice
cream and cake were erved. His
:1 aunt, Mrs.Day.baked his cake.
Mr. and Mrs. DonnIe Kelly of
Gainesville spent the weekend with
I .On Prescriptions Kelly.their parent, Mr. and Mra. George

.. Mrs. Jean Wilkenon of Ocala spent
.. the weekend with her parent, Mr.
: and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt..
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Morgan of
; Starke spent the weekend with their
i all VitsamiIMISOMLPall and parents Nancy., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford

Miss Sherree Shinn was a Saturday
overnight guest of Miss Debbie

j all Eckerd I label I products i Grace Ratliffe.and Baptist and Mrs.Church attended Franklin on Starling service Sunday.Mr. .and at

family of BryceviUe were Sunday dinner -
guests of their parent, Mr. and
Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. .
and Mra. Hennle Kelly attended -
i 'I the Bradford Union County Retired
all Prescription Teachers' covered dish luncheon at
Eyeglasses the Bradford School Board room on
Temple Avenue on Thursday.
Mr. and Mra Furman Courson of
Starke and their friend, Mra. Anna
Ayers of Brldgeton. N.J., visited Mr.

YES, WE'RE FREEZING OUR REGULAR PRICES ON ALL THE ITEMS ': and afternoon.Mrs.Mra.Hennle Earl Kelly Troxell and on Mill Sunday AT-

ABOVE. OUR VOLUNTARY INFLATION-FIGHTING PROGRAM IS Miss thurine Enza Blanchard Blanchard visited and her sister Mrs.

j Thelmav Wilson of Baker County Nursing -
'EFFEGHTHROUGH-MAY: Wltt NOT RAISE -e! Home'Macctenny o&Wedne*"'*" ,
IN 21 AND WE THESE day Mr.afternoon.Robert Lee. visited Mr. Carl

PRICES EVEN THOUGH OUR COSTS ARE GOING( .UP. IF WE CAN Jones Hospital afternoon.In, Mr.Gainesville North Jones Florida had, on open Regional Sunday heart

aurgery on Thursday and la doing
SELL FOR LESS WE WILL. i fine Our prayers are with him.
Mrs. Pierce Crew and her niece
Mrs. W.F. Atwood visited Mra.
Pierce Crews' son and daughter-in-
taw Mr. and Mra W.S. Crews ofIacksonvilie

". Mrs. Pierce on Crew Wednesday.was a business
AND WE'RE CHALLENGING I ALLSUPPLIERS OUR visitor in Lake Butler on Thursday.

.We H. Fetch are happy returned to report from that Bradford Mra.R .

County Hospital to the home of her
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and

Mrs.morning Obed and Pauley la improving on Wednesday aIowl).

TO JOIN THE FIGHT! wedding The following of Miss guests HJalmar attended McMillan the

and Bill Wilson, Jr., and were
weekend guests of Col. and Mra. Bill
Tom Boyetto of Dallas Tex.,
nephew of Col. and Mrs. Bill Wilson
Sr., their niece, Mrs. Don Ellwood of
New York Mrs. Marvin Wood, Mr.
.Freeze your prices to us on any itemwe Dick WOOd and Mrs. Elsie Blair of
Lakeland, Col.and Mrs. Hal Boyle of
Cocoa Beach U. Col. and Mrsi

sell and we will ,freeze the regular J' ) ,,: McAllister and daughter.Nesbit Tracey Erin Mr 3.
.. and Mrs.Dave and Miss !
ttft"I : Braswell of Merritt Island, Mr.' ane
retail price to our customers. Not justfor i1 ;. Mrs. Tom Boyette, Mrs. Irene
: Boyette and daughter, Kim Mr. Bob
Mrs. Wendie Smyth and Mr.
60.-days but for as long as you ,' 3{.::; .j; ;"'1 Bill Boyette Hamilton of Jacksonville. The of
groomsmen George Huggli
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I .' "4 t't:' : Savannah Gary Lupton of Key West,
hold .the price I ,: l(1 : and Raymond McAllister. of
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<'j',: t" ., '\. : : / $1 donation are being accepted for
. ; a drawing set on the final day of the
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.'". ," ,1'1 the Bradford-Union Association for
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"' J '" Home Intervention Program (HIP),
'f. ,. '. : ; and Sunshine Acre The drawing la
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': \ ':' BUARC booth at the fairground p
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Volunteer of America member will
01.. .i' '' 'Vr: ? be at local shopping centers totnor-
;:JV,). I \ ,< :--4i, v' e :t row' (Friday, March :2S) to accept
v; .10'
,; tf will
\ (,,' :locations. Sunshine Acres client
.' ", -J.I M at \the shopping center to accept: ,
I locations FrIday; March :U, and
,. ;i Tuesday,April t. '
:yrf .,<: :. merchant will
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,;, ECKENDCAN-7., ) .BEftT.INFLATION_ ALONE._ BUT'ALL-AMERICANS1'---" i ;::';H ,: :, l-, ,The Garden Holiday Sonny'Brahma Restaurant Inn Bar-B-Q.Gulf Restaurant Station,. w I

ChlMs Garden Restaurant. .

:: WORKIKG TOGETHER, CAN 'LET'S' !,NOW.: $ :: ,j.4lj: and quarterly BUARC continue to must to match raccive raise federal funding.some dollars CUM Over..,. '-.",",

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Pam Austin Top Speller at LE Bee,


Fifth Grader Ann Starling SecondSpelling \ w

confidently, seventh grader but missed the county-wide Both Pam and Ann earned spots In
grader Pam Austin easily won the competition.Fifth the county-wide spelling bee set AprilS
Lawtey Elementary spelling bee at 10 a.m. In the school board officeon
Tuesday morning. grader Ann Starling hung in North Temple Avenue In Starke.
Pam, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. until "platitude" was called out by
Lester Austin of Route 1, Lawtey cor- Principal Charles Hall. The daughterof All 12 LE class spelling championsgot
rectly spelled "platitude" and then James and Elaine Starling of through the first round but
"temperance" for the LE spelling Lawtey. Ann kept up with her seventh casualties promptly began with the
grade through the 48th second round. Lenn Crawford
championship. Pam was the champion competition
speller at LE last year as a sixth word, out of 50 called. Cornwall misspelled went"expression/'and out on "roadster Allan"

,. "Intact," "amble" and "frantic"were
spelled correctly before Tonia
Parks missed "midriff'when she put
54 a "T" on the end. "Midriff" has
caught spellers In all the local school
bees. Now
Nancy Shuford correctly spelled
ro "buckboard" but then came the .k

toughie "lyric" which caught Sherrie
Herndon. "Prepint" and "divvy"were
spelled correctly before Carrie
Sellers missed "juggler."

"Orphan" was spelled correctly, ,, ---
then weasel" the 38th word
mispelled) by Paula McKinney, Jim To Lawtey Ele. Spellers... Allen Cornwall Lean Crawford and Ann Starling. Second

my Muse went out on"connive"when Competing for the Lawtey Elementary spelling championship row. Dollie Mct'raney, Connie Sellers Paula McKinney,
he spelled It with a "K." Robert Tuesday were then clan champions from the Sherry llcrndon, and Nancy Shuford. Back row- Jimmy
Starling went out on the 39th word. fifth through seventh grades l-r)I Front- Robert Starling, Muse, Pam Austin and Tonla Parks

Champion Pam Austin correctly
spelled "nominee" the 41st word.
Ann correctly spelled "groggy." "knothole" the 48th word. bee.Judges
Nancy Shuford went out on the 43rd
Pam mispelled "quietus1! but Ann Ann then missed "platitude" and were school board memberPat
word, "steeplechase. Then Dollie
missed it Pam the Spengler, Southside Ele. principal -
too. gained advantage by cor-
McCraney missed "adage and only Pam and Ann Then Pam Jesse Moore and LE librarian
Pam Austin Ann Starling Ann Starling and Pam Austin were spelled "yowl" spell- rectly spelling correctly .
LK Spelling Champ LERunner-Up SpellerIt left In the match. ed "debunk." Pam correctly spelled spelled "temperance" to win the LE Ernestine Register.

Alan Rogers Wins at HE spelling' Bee, Nkf

Marie Innocent Takes Sec

took an hour to eliminate the 13 lost their butterfly stomachs
other contestants but Alan Rogers the words went off rapid-fire. The last

persevered to win the ones down misspelled "rhyme,"
c Elementary spelling bee held Tuesday "chapter" and "synonym."

March 25. Julie Dorminey was second runner-.
up and will be an alternate. She
A 7th grader, Alan spelled misspelled "synonym."
"daughter' to win the bee. First The pronouncer was Mrs.
runner-up is Marie Innocent, also a Katherine Wigglesworth. She used
7th grader. Marie misspelled fourth and fifth grade spelling books
"autumn," giving Alan the championship. ",t tJ for the words.
Marie is the daughter of Dr. and
l' Mrs. A. Innocent and Alan is the son
of Mrs. Genevieve Rogers. trt

Rogers Both Alan and Marie will attend the

Hampton Champ county-wide spelling bee to be held tf
April 8 at the county school board of ....MarijuanaFrom
fices. Page I The Hampton SpellersFifteen

Get For Summer Fifteen anxious fifth sixth and Hampton Elementary students participated In the spelling! bee to
Ready seventh graders participated in the Juana problem head-on and has set up determine who will go to the count y-wl bee. Judges for the contest were HE r heavy campus supervision during the Pictured fromleft to right (sitting :\1"U"81 III a 01'. Amy Williams.
Loftis Principal Connie Clark, Mrs. L ,,lunch hour in an attempt to prevent Marlene O'Sleen. Brenda Curtis Julie norm In..,'. KruiiU innocent" Justin
Service Co. Ernestine Denmark and Claudette > 'students from becoming Involved in WadMWorth.; Kevin D'AuRusllne, and Sandra :Mvlton..
Peterson.The marijuana traffic or other illegal actlvines' left Alan Donna Dnrllllll" .
"" Standing, from to right Kogem. Becky Young "
first contestant to go down Marie Innocent u c :, 'Krenda .
Bawrk. Marie Innocent and Tammy Perple
"doctor." A no-visitor policy Is In force at ,
Your Air Conditioner misspelled After the con- 1st Runner-up.
BHS preventing outside persons
Serviced and CleanedBy from contacting students. Anyone
\ entering the BHS campus should first
Realtors Sets
A Career Professional First Methodist Chancel NSF go by the administrative office to let 3-County Group FunDay
school officials know
they are on cam
Window Units Choir Presents pus and to be directed on their errand. .
$20 lip v
Special MusicThe Within the last month Duncan said April 17 at Starke Golf & Country Club : _

school officials observed an adult .
Central Units $25 Chancel Choir of the First distributing marijuana to a student. Bradford-Union County Board of Pres. Terwillegar thanked all who .
United Methodist Church of Starke That case is currently being prosecuted Realtors Inc. had a dinner meeting assisted in making Feb. 14 presentation :
will present it's Easter Program of APRIL6 in the Bradford County court Thursday at 7:30: p.m. at the HolidayInn of Bradford-Union Hoard "o( :
A Vacuum Will Hot Do special music this Sunday March 30, system.Scrumpdillyicious with Cecelia Terwillegar. Realtors with its charter from :National :

Palm Sunday, at the 11 A.M. morning n _.____ presiding. Assoc. of Keullors an outstanding ':
worship service. success.! Thin! bring! to 84 the official ::
The Clay County Board of Realtors has
964-7039 Everyone is cordially invited to at number of Boards in the Florida .":,:
that Bradford-Union Board
\.. requested
tend. Asso. of Realtors.! ;
Fla"k join together April 17 at the Starke
Golf & Country Club for the annual
Realtor's Fun Day. Golf tennis Letters of appreciation were read -
bridge, steak dinner and dancing will for "Charter Night"! from Florida
"My old tax service didn't be enjoyed. Ralph Bryan of Bradford- Assn. of Realtors Prcs. Parker Ban-
Union and Cathy Evers of Clay Board zhof; FAR Exec. VP Bill Lippnld and
are co-chairmen for the event. District! One VP George Linville.
double-check everything. ";

I should have :::
come FairFrom Theressa. Tammy. 17, Is a junior at-;
...County BHSand is sponsored by attorney J.J..;:

here last year. Page Wolberi.Jr ; ::.
available at Starke ElementarySchool Joy Carol Bell daughter of Mr. and::
Southside Elementary, and Mrs. Robert H. Bell, is 17;a junior aty
Bradford Middle School. In Union BHS. and is sponsored by Irene's--- =':
County tickets are available at Union Beauty Shop. ;;
County High School. Lorrie Chappell. daughter nf :Mr-: :;
and Mrs.! Hiram C'huppell of StarkcJ-
Ride tickets left over from last year
may be used this year, says the fair Lome. 16. is a Junior at BUS and is;:::
staff. ,sponsored: by Edward's Grocery:of--;
Starke. -.- ?
Workmen are busily putting the :
Gail (
Virginia Crawford daughteraAir
finishing touches on close to tOO and :Mrs. :Neal; Crawford iiStarke.
booths to be set up at this year's fair. .
Virginia. 17, is a senior at
The Horticulture Division competition BUS and is
?1 sponsored by Leila's.
Is open to all residents of FloridaIn Dress and Gift Shop of Starke.
both the Youth and Adult Show
Dairy Queen and Girl Scout cookies that I... Hairy Queen o..nl'rIrll.: Datr Classes. Entries wil be accepted Mon Penmrae Hunt daughter :Mr. and
J p Porter! honored the girl scouts who Hold tttr most cookie with a free ml'alIon.: day. March 31. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mrs. Raymond the Hunt. Pcnnirae 20, Is
a junior at University of Florida
day evening. and Wednesday. April 2, from 8 a.m.
Representing' ,six iroups who Hold the mont cookies are pictured. above, From to 9 a.m. Judging will take place from and sponsored by Diane's Beauty
left to right going! clockwise around he table are Angela Ball Ta'lh.rII.n.. 9-11 a.m.Home. Shop.
Jules \\ [sr. Jo>rr IVainMriRhl. I.,to Barber and Kim Thompson. Division competition entries Sue Ann Meadows daughter of Bill
Pictured below are from left lo right front row>>>: Juice \\1.".. :Mr.. Date" will be accepted Monday. March 31, Meadows of Starke. Sue Ann, 16, Is a
Porter, Kim Hall, Barber and Ta.herlIl'n.. junior at BUS and Is sponsored by
Thompson Angela Lynn from 1-6 p m. and Tuesday April 1,
I In the back row, from left to right: Pal Thompson. Joyce Wainwright, fads from a.m. to noon. Judging will take Cecelia: Terwillegar. Realtor.
Thomas, l.lla Rae Yawn and OlitU. Scotl. place Tuesday afternoon. A best Deborah Elaine Katliff. daughter of
( Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas R. Ratliff of
overall winner will be chosen. addition
Starke. Debbie. 17, is a senior at BHS
to other ribbon places. and is .
sponsored by Starke Motor
[ Highlight of the final day.Saturday Parts. Inc, ; js:
April 5. will be the 4-H and FFA Steer Sherree "
\ Lynn Shmn. daughter of -::
I 9 Sale beginning at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Shinn of ;:::

ii.t&m. in i Lawtey. Sherree 17, Is a senior at '::.
i BHS and is sponsored by Starke -',
We make sure we thoroughly understand your tax .Motor Parts. '. : :..

situation before we prepare your return. And then we ....QueenFrom Catherine Ann Schoening. daughter': :
of :'olr. and :Mrs. Herman Schoening of -:
double-check every return for accuracy. Page Starke. Cathy. 18. is a freshman at. r

Drug Store the Chamber of Commerce Santa Fe Community.College and ls'-:
and at the door at the BHS sponsored by Bullington's Studio and --
H&R BLOCK'THE auditorium. Prices are $1 and $2 in' Gift Shop of Starke. r-
advance.and $1.50 and 2.50 at the Sheila :Marie Starling daughter of $
door. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Starling of

INCOME TAX PEOPLEWE There will be a dance at the Starke Graham. Sheila 16, Is a junior at BHS ".
Woman's Club following the pageant and Is sponsored by NuWaveHair" :
Saturday night to honor the and Salon.
PREPARE ALL STATE AND CANADIAN RETURNS her court. Robbin Elaine Stephens, daughterof

527 S. Water St. Stark, Fla. Contestants are. J in alphabeticalorder Air and Mrs. Gary Stephens. Rob-
964-8286 : ,bin, 16, Is a junior at BHS and Is sponsored -

The Deborah A. Baez. daughter of Mr. by Mitchell's Drug Store. ;
Monitor Office, Keystone Heights and Mrs. Bernardo Baez of Hampton. Renee Franann Williams daughterof

Phone 473-2331 f Deborah. 17. is a senior at BHS and is Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Williams.
a'H Renee. 16. is a junior at BHS and is'
sponsored by Farm Bureau:
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Op l a n p. Wcleye a saiarday Tammy Gail Baldree daughter Of sponsored by The Looking Glass Styli
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With a self-described "fantasy escape" lifestyle the Hangman has done what
J many people only dream of.
Eight years ago the Hangman and his wife quit their teaching jobs In a small
+ mountain community In California,sold everything packed what they had left in
a Volkswagen Carmen Ghia and hit the road.A .
Sumi-e artist, the Hangman,alias Jim Ballagh has travelled 42 states doing
; his thing-painting designs on cars.' '< "
J He got his name,he explained by theft 20 years ago."I stole It from a marquee
4 for a western movie. l
y 4r "My teacher at the time said "That's (It t,! that's the name.' I've used it ever
since,"he said,appreciative of the curiosity that surrounds his name. "Eight or
nine people a day ask me that." ,
I Trained in the early sixties to paint mostly pinstripes on automobiles, the
Hangman later picked up on the ancient Japanese style of painting known as
Sumi-e art. Sum -e art is a particular style of brush painting which uses two different -
w t 1 1t II kinds of brushes a thin one and a small, Hat brush called a dagger.
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By manipulating the brush, one Hangman makes enough money to
{ i stroke is all that's needed to make a live comfortably by traveling 42
t n J design. The Hangman took the art a states, stopping in small towns and
f few steps further by using oil-based charming the natives with his
acrylic paints (which he was told refreshing candor.He .
couldn't be done) and he uses several says he'd rather do his work in
,colors on the brush-sometimes up to small towns because "the people are
27 different ones. friendly." He points out that by bring-
The technique allows for much ing his work to a small town, people
more subtle gradations and finer have a chance to see something uni-
detail than airbrushing. With the que, have something totally different
delicate lines that flow and swirl the he can get more money for his designsand
I work Is reminiscent of Oriental he is unfettered in his creativity
I watercolors. "For example if I went to a large
Although a finished design looks as town the car dealers would ask me
if it took hours, the Hangman says he how much I could do and how much I
can oftentimes paint a car In less than charge. If I'm not price competitiveor
45 minutes. ill don't prostitute my art I don't
The designs he said, are locally In- get the job,' he explained.Jim .
fluenced. "You wouldn't have someone works in dealer's showroomsand
:4 Y Js who lives in Colorado ask for creates a flurry of interest while
palm trees and the ocean." The he paints. He loves to talk and will
Hangman also said he does not try to answer questions from curious
influence a customer but will use his bypassers with gentle humor.
artistic sensibilities to talk someoneout His designs are one of a kind and for
of thoroughly implausible design- that reason, he has no photographsnor
such as chartreuese flames on a pur- a portfolio of his work Jim ex-
.ple car. plained that a person wants a design
"That actually happened and it he "gets into his head a bit-I try to
turned out the guy was color-blind. He find out what his Interests or hobbiesare
just liked the way it looked. His wife and take it from there." I.
though said 'No way.'" "I like to do designs in good taste
,+ Armed with a unique philosophy not just completely jazz it all up so it
Jim Is exceptionally modest about his looks a circus wagon out of control

work. "This isn't a.God-given. talent Jim said"f'hedifference. :. I \
_. .Anybody can do It.. .' ..,
)'-' ; -1 1" .' He proves his credo every).summer +"- ; between artist
,,:''-. When hl1Ibl ,..;. : and a painter, Jim continued: "is if
(his home base) and teaches a handful you put another dime In a painter'sear

11't; w; !! ....... is k + Kam of students to master the art of he'll paint on. An artist hopefully -
Sumi-e. There are 125 painters In the 'will stand back and look at his
: A Steady Hand... country who have been taught by the work and say 'That's enough.'"
Hangman.A As distinctive as his work, Jim's
The Hangman a'Suml- artist who paintsdesigns on automobiles local protege who took a very itinerant lifestyle flows and rolls In
bu11 want to remember demonstrates< what It takes. quick lesson from the Hangman saysit the home-like comfort of a bright
The Was In Starke will take him a long time however, orange mobile home with the words
wlllegar. to get to the point of painting cars. "The Hangman" emblazoned on the
bow they lock. Body Shop.The Hangman left to return to his home base In Mystic Iowa where Bobby Biggs owner of Biggs Body side. He has an insatiable imagination -
he take a break before he and his wife hits the road again 'Shop said he hasn't even tried to and zest for life. "I refuse to be ;
I paint a design yet. negative." j
'- today And he feels there really isn't a Not a "worrier" by anybody's
market for the artwork here in definition Jim sails along life's
i' I Starke. "Most people just don't have highway and enjoys It thoroughly.
Inmate Found StabbedA the money to spend on that kind of A "gentle giving up" and flowing
c thing. They might want It but don't with the moment mixed with avid
want to spend the money for it.!" reading has created a potpourri of j
32-year-old Florida State Prison Cue returned to his cell to get a Biggs said. Eastern existential and Christian
inmate was found stabbed in his cell homemade knife and "finish the The demand for individuality, to philosophies that Jim lives.
last Wednesday and another inmate fight" according to officials. Cue have something that is totally yours "Center yourself and '
was charged with first-degree then reported to work at the garment Is what the Hangman says generates. relax.because everything comes I'
murder. factory. i demand for his work. from you," is a piece of philosophythat
Amis was serving three life And maybe there Isn't a huge the Hangman exemplifies very
4Zr Henry Amis was found early sentences from Broward County for market In Bradford County but the well.
.1.: Wednesday morning with multiple his Involvement in the 1974 "rockpit"
stab wounds In his back, arm and assassinations during fight between!
head. He was taken to the FSP clinic the rival motorcycle --clubs the
and later to Shands Teaching Hospital Outlaws and Hell's Angels. '$4,189 in Checks'Stolen'
n' s In Gainesville where he died. Cue Is serving a life sentence for a
1978 burglary and breaking and enter- I
: Prison officials charged Lorenzo ling conviction from St. Johns County.
,. 1 Cue, 28, with the murder. From Union County HASix

The incident between Cue and Amis

I.I I. was believed to have begun over a ... I housing
homosexual advance made Cue -. checks totaling .189 were cashing two Union authority
I officials stolen from the Union Housing checks totaling some $930.
toward Amis.' to ,
According and cashed at the Florida Laura of Raiford former
Authority Seay ex
Amis turned Cue down and when Cue The sound body Is a product -
of the sound mind." Bank at Starke with the state unableto ecutive director of the housing
Amis threw hot coffee In his
kept on. conviction anywhere down the authority testified that ,20 checks
get a
POrtr8ttj George Bernard Shaw
face and stabbed him in the chest with
K were stolen from the housing authority -
homemade knife. line.No
a one has ever been charged with office. There was a break-in at the
Back stealing the checks. The state drop- housing authority offices but the
In Time For ped forgery charges, writing of the checks were not missed until they
::1 checks, the judge granted a defense began turning up.
;i MOTHER'S 1 R1JPE .ear-6' Qc motion that the defendant didn't know
DAY Many e the checks were forged, and then the Seay estilled'that Williams had
-, state dropped charges against two never worked for the housing authority -
i "'. Steak 0 other defendants. nor did a Williams Construction
1t' 25 Served with Company ever do any work for the
; :. A professional ',,*. Only' :jtked potato, After assistant state attorney Tom housing development. Seay testified
Special I PM and salad/ Elwell rested his case Friday Judge/ that Allen was employed by the hous"
8 10 color portrait for R.A. Green Jr. granted public ing authority at the time the checks
J sasa sa couhoa-- defender Shon Saxon's motion for a were itolen.Griffis -
AH ages welcome ., directed verdict of acquittal in the
aduhs. and families Choose ,- Thur., Fri. I Sat. .. trial of Curtis Lee Williams, 27. of ,, from Worthington Springs!:)
r four and chairman of the housing authority -
Starke who was charged
.: 8x from our selection of scenic / counts of uttering forgery ( board of directors, also testified
:.. and color background. Well 21,2e$19 the checks). Saxon's motion pass that Williams was not employed at
;elect poses,and additional that Williams did not know the checks the development'at"th.' lim..aihe'. >

!, h portraits will available at the time they were checks were stolen., I ,
E with obligation. Satisfaction always,or your money .f, present for-cashing at the Florida A number of Florida Bank at' Starkq: I
=. cheerfuDy refolded. > fork Bank at Starke. employees Identified Williams as the
l.. who cashed the four checks at
't P- THESE DAYS ONLY trial Elwell person
: In the Williams different times last September. The
Rib o Chicken ; presented four Union County Housing bank employees confirmed that
Mar. 26-30,1980 I II Authority checks In the amounts of
Williams had a checking account at
Plates $447.Q..S921.80. $930 and $960.21 that the Starke bank.:.'.
DAILY: 10a.m.-8 p.n.. I I were cashed last September by the Alter a brief discussion between the
.*Offer_ Good Only With Thla Coupon .::", Florid Bank at Starke. The checks judge and the two attorneys, Judge
SradayJ; 12 BOOB 5 p.m. A were made out to Curtis Williams C. Green granted Saxon's motion to ac-
Williams,or to Williams Construction then called the back and
quit, jury
Company and bore the signatures of _
Or, 3'" T--r -:- ,Laura Seay and Alvin A. Griffis, the dismissed it.
s. TA TRamlPiic two persons authorized to sign hous ,

< authority checks.Seay and CrUfla
r "' ,., testified the signatures on the checks
: BMDFORD SQUARE 301 S. Stirke, Fier. were not theirs. r .' ,

.;;z hilt par 1Ittfng. No charge' foe additional group subjects.. Bar'BJR" Q The decision by Judge Green prompted 'Whenever'people'talk tome
One special per person. Backoround 1 occasionally the state to drop two counts of about the _etfI.r. I
:: change. Remember children rautft be accompanied by uttering a forgery (passing checks). always feel they mean something
t. ....... 2TUkL,rlOIiUfl'itreal 'against Loretta Catherine Allen,34,of slse," Oscar Wilder
-..:= p8N .-.., ..... A Salad Bar Lake Butler, and Robert Demps, 27. '
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418 March n, 1980Stovall

I No-Hits Hornets Showdown: I Tigers Win String to 61

Tigers vs. IndiansIn
Indians Push Mark to 9-1 i, -
a battle of two of the North Union County's 'Tiger stretched the first inning. Ronnie MnkiUn
and scored on an
streak to six in a row walked error for i
HIMl..riil Ings Into scoring When Gra- Florida' hottest baseball i teams their winning lead in the .
UCHS third
Indians week. 2-0 ind il
Keystone Heights upped Union wins last
< with
M M County High' Tigers visit the easy
their record to 0-1 with easy home _iM'_" .'. M H M siano mistakenly tried to take third Indian of Keystone The Tigers upped their Suwannee Mallard doubled in David Barber*) M f
Heights tonightat
field wins over Hawthorne and W. Me4e.( (occupied by Jennings) Jennings 7:30 Conference mark to &-1 (behind PK the fourth for a 3-0 margin. VCRS '
HllHard last week, with Clark Stovall -C---( 15-C.L1.0.ri sped home on the throw to third. for Keystone.KHHS p.m.. et Joel Bryan Field In Yonge's 4-0)) by thumping Hawthorne broke the lead out to M with a three-

puncuating the wins with a five-Inning MI iS0.r1 Ml 0M 5.$55 die eighth KHHS tally. I Is 9-1,B-l against fellow class 10-0( In five innings Thursday and run fifth that was .aided by three

no-hitter against the Hornet Monday --... .II IN I 4 II I ........................'... AA schools, arid winners of four In a Chlefland 12-O on the road Friday and bases on balls and an error before i
night. 1.-c.(KNHI)(I.0)....W_ A* a team the Indians are bitting row while UCHS has ran off a string of then moved their overall mark to 11-5 Mallard singled to score two. They 'I I
KHHS continue its home stand .333 through 10 game with Kenning six straight wins after a slow start with a 10-5 win over Interlachen Tues- added two more In the sixth as three '
with Joel Bryan Field games against Jennings .435 Wor-20), average and is now 11-5, 8-2 against AA com day night walks followed hits by Pinkston and
Union County tonight Thursday The Indian stroked 12 hits against leading the regulars. Scott Bannon is petition. The teams are district Honour to force runs home. :tj
March 27, WlUiston Saturday, and Hilliard to give Scott Harvin ((1-0) his hitting .458 In 11 at bat while Sam rivals. The Tigers scored eight times in the A four run seventh was started by
Jax. Victory Christian Monday night, first win. Scott Bannon started a five Sibley is at.435,Jeff Stone at.429.and Tiger pitching leader Tommy first two innings against Interlachen Dwayne Ellis' single, and after two
before going to Clay Tuesday night. run first Inning and a 3-for-3 day for Chria Prichard at .435. Jennings Honour (6-1) was named to take the Tuesday/ at home to help David walks Edwards delivered \ian RBI 1
The three home games start at 7 p.m. him with a one-bounce double off the Stone, and Chris have all scored 11 mound by coach Joe Brannen while Barber even his mound mark at 22. single and Tommy Honour chased
Keystone coach Rodney Nelson saidhe'll left field fence. After a walk to Greg runs while Sibley lead In RBI'with Indian hoes: Rodney Nelson has tabbed Barber struck out 11 while allowing two home with a'single and later
start junior Grady Bostic (1-1) Prichard and a double steal, Jeff nine and Eddie Dyal topping the club junior Grady Beetle (1.1) as his just four hits. scored himself on an overthrow at
on the mound against streaking Union Stone singled for two RBI's, Scott in steals with 12. starter.DO Three walks loaded the bases in the third.It .

County tonight. Harvin beat out an infield single, and first for UCHS and an error in left
Solid hitting, pitching and defense Greg Sapp singled in another run. .. field allowed Tony Honour and Dean took just five Innings for the
combined in Monday's 10-0 (5 innIngs Harvin and Sapp then both scored on O'Steen home.In Tigers to whip Hawthorne 10-0((10-ruit(
) win over Hawthorne and lastFriday's errors. the second Pee Wee Henderson rule) Thursday with a five run fifth In-
8-3 handling of HIlliard. Greg Prichard plated another run walked and came around on another ning providing the final margin of vie i
'tovall faced the minimum IS bat In the second,Jim Gruenwald singledIn IU error before Tommy Honour smacked tort'r'
ters In his no-hitter as he walked three one in the third, and in the fourth, a two-run double and Barber, Kenneth O'Steen started that frame off with\
but picked off two of them and watched Mike Graziano, who was 2-for-2, Clyatt and Dwayne Mallard his third home run of the year. Aftetf
one get gunned down by catcher doubled to right center to move Jen stroked RBI singles.. three errors scored another run Ellis
Mike Graziano on a steal attempt. He UCHS added two more In the sixth punched a two-RBI single and Edwards :
struck out 11,giving him 27 K's tn 18*
with Woody Edwards and Tommy ended the game with a runt.
of work. the Indiansdidn't
Innings While
Honour starting the rally with singles, scoring triple.
make a fielding error they hit iJ moving up on a wild pitch, and scor- Ellis led Tiger hitters with a :2-for-2
the ball well 10 hits with I
crashing Ira// ing on Clyatt's two-RBI single.In game with three RBI's and three runs
Kenny Jennings and Shawn Prichard
Es t .s ) scored while Edwards was 2-forO.
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.;providing perfect nights at the plate. the trampling of Chlefland Tom UCHS had six hits, took advantage of
Jennings 3-for-S scored three
was my Honour won his sixth on a three eight Hawthorne errors, and swiped,
times,and knocked In two with sixth
a hit, nine strikeout performance and nine bases in the game while winning
inning single while Prichard
was Joined with Edwards and Mallard as pitcher David Barber (1-2) snuffed
2-for-2 with a triple that cleared three
the leaders of a nine-hit UCHS offensive. the Hornets out on just two hits. ':
.pinners in first. Chris Prichard
2-for-S Edwards continued his hot hitting Edwards scored on an error in thefirst.
vent with a double.
In the with a 2-for-2 game while Mallard .Pee Wee Henderson then singledIn
,- big six run third frame abases
three RBI's in 2-for-5 and and Ellis doubled
loaded walk to Stovall forced In plated a day Steve White in
me and an error on Dale Furlong's Honour went 2-for-S. two runs and scored on another error:
rounder got two more home before t urti s O'Steen singled in Tony Honour in in the second for a 4-0 lead.Ellis walk-,

Jennings singled in two and Chris ed, stole second, and came home.on'
Prichard doubled to deep left centerto an error in the fourth after a scoreless..,,

score Jennings. ;,H-s C QH RMC Women's third Inning. 0 if] I"i,

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softball tournament will be played IMwiC. '"l 1 11' || V VCliMtoi
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Drop TwoHeartbreakers March 28-30. at the WMmim ((4-1). .,
Lady Tiger Softballers for 1980 Raiford Community Center. .-(UCNs)...11..* ..
This year's UCHS Lady Tigers are: front row, left to i McDowell: back row,1.to r.,Jackie Albritton, Sandy Kim, dinners Chicken will ptleau! be and served barbeque pork MM 00 i;:.
right April Hunt Diana Pace, Rhonda Jones Pam Carter; bin Gail Rogers Mary Page McGill Kim Crawford, Ann March 29, from until Saturday, Ui.l...C.. IW II M t-g.f;
Union County I Softball Rhonda Scaff Sandy Parrish Peggy Harden, and Dawn Biddix Paula Hawkins, coach Randy Register. that noon games end I.. | .. .
gh's girls evening. Cost Is$2 a plate. .* (UCH1))OIMM(3)).M-W-.r0.. ... 1111.,. .
team suffered two one-run defeats ., ..1
last week to fall below .500 at 3-4 on ..
the season. Keystone
The Lady Tigers rallied for five ': !
runs in the seventh Inning but fell just Summer .t.r.,1
short of Interlachen, losing 15-14 -' Sato Price Good Th..., March 27 thru Sunday ,"

Tuesday night. Monday, Lake City Tennis : &: March 30, 1980 .-. h
pushed one across In the bottom of the ITIC :;::.1
eighth to escape with a 6-3 extra- OfferedKeystone -
inning win. centers "1 TJii
Union .,r.
was down 15-10 before their
Heights High tennis
last at bat Tuesday and coach Randy ::.::i
coach Rich King has announcedthat
;... ,
Register Interlachen "
he'll teach Summer tennis clinics
already packing its bags but after two for 9-13 if 4 to aid -'
walks Paula Hawkins smacked a two- enough Keystone interest area is shown.youths aged thrifty ways your soil : ::

run triple and when Pam Carter :
The tennis will the
followed with a three run homer with fundamentals program of forehand, backhand cover in yielding a more beautiful lawn :.
two outs UCHS was down just one run. and service and be run in two, two- greener ..M
But, Interlachen got the final out to week sessions, with classes from 8-10 .

preserve the win.' Carter and Rhonda a.m. five days weekly. At the end of '1/: )d .' &; '. '; ''r .. .. ,;...dl
were' J .
Scaff t.fOM j"i
botI\ : in the H '* ., 'i ,i"
game l "
the two sessions King said he hopes to .. ti. YOUR ) .. .. .-.
'Ind Sandy-Kimble and Carter scored I._> It. J"' ,., K 1[' '' -r .. M' .. ,......111 Iy
tournament the
run a by ages during "
.hree runs. .:1' AJi.f'I 3 o'9'Y. ....I
week of July 21-23. Cost is $12 per session -
In the extra inning loss to Lake City .
Kimble r r. .
Monday was 3-for-3 in her Information is available at both the .

twice first varsity and she start. Carter scored high school and elementary school in _,.._ ,... ",:
along with Scaff, Gail Keystone Heights and coach King can ----- c
Rogers, and Sandy Parrish had the be reached at 4732885.LITTLE :t
only other Lady Tiger hits. It was the Vwa Iiit tt .,,':.a*
defense that made the game a goodone 4MWII1111MIa0awar..ns.a. 'J
,as Scaff and Kimble led Union to ,. ....M row 1Alaed...Feed .- sotCusonnsts
its best defensive of the .
game year 16-4-8
coach Randy Register said .yDat


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Bradford's boys edged St. ....... 270116(I) MJ... IM MM.DANMV MUMMIAII((1)) !.... 1155551(54.....SUM*THOMAS(11II.) ....._
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meet at St.Augustine meet will run all day Friday.April, a1K15 w/0A5.(5)14.1) .41SMIOMI(c.,..... 6/27 1- WAMM1 (t) IMI. MOI MHMNT ((6)) ,....,
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.dls won two individual events in the multi-team meet., .._4,) CIMTI JOHM (I).... 1.KM..M.lltiiJ. .
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the 440 and mile medley In 5..d1.Nk.I...-.. --HJTTMAN(.)..,*..._)MTTn04l(5)574.)
!their' win.. For the relays s.5d ..p i IM, ... A>*. ",. c., .., M t.. 6127__((5)M..M)AWN KOTT(.)41.1. 'Ill. HOT* (I) ......, IM) MACY ((5) It.*, n*.
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coach Grover Howard Tuesday night. Starke Truck 2nd RMC 3rd at' Ump'sKelly Nope this Isn't a Bobby Martin to Jonathon Johnson to Bruce Simmons.*.-
'l don't think
any team with M or"IS doff at the first turn f the 44t relay. Instead Johnson and Simmons, members ef
girls like we've got could touch us. the BHS"A"team are exchanging the baton while Martin of the"B"unit leeks
.:.We haven't lost but one dual or trl-. Starke Truck Plaza took second hits and Marvin Tomlinson! and Terry of Ray's. McGee hit .7", Ben- to give the stick to another man up ahead. .
meet all year (while beating 11 behind defending state class "A" Hamilton two each in the losing cause nett .833, and Green .619.:
teams)," said boys coach Ben Mox- champ Ray's Metal Works of for the Union County club. RMC started Us run to the winner's JS% eH M .11 raalilor) .'-.
' ley."This might be the best Bradford Gainesville and RMC of Lake Butler Starke Truck Plaza's era bracket bracket title game with a forfeit win Check wMi Mot. ..Hl. w* will
'I track team in 10 years.", claimed third at the 18-team wins came over TWA of Gainesville Friday night and then, crunched k..t Mwtr prl .by 21% 4 MM OfHe -
Some members of the boys team Gainesville Umpire's Tourney at 20-5 (McGee 5-for-S with 3 HR'. Trans World A's of Gainesville 13-4 Shop 110 W. Cell (I. Cell
will be competing the prestigious Westside Park last weekend. Charlie Green 3-for-3 with 2 HR's, an4Danny with Tomlinson getting three hits. M4-S744.
Florida' Relays at the University of Starke Truck won seven of nine McKInney and Steve Cub- Toby DUlow and TImmy Whiteheadproviding
Florida Saturday March 29. games on the strength of:37 home runs badge S-for-3), Cedar Key Fish 1S-7 two, and Ronnie Jones and
, ." and a .518 team batting average while (Tommy Wise 4-for-4, Danny McKinney Glenn Kemp Gaines beet SSSS CASH MONEY $$$$
I, .BUS Wins Mile Medley RMC used an airtight defense and S-for-4 with 2 9Hhits),Gainesville Trinity Methodist of 16-1 .
I :At Knights of Columbus timely hitting to win four of six games Tire &-3 only but stingy .as Jones powered two homers and For AllALUMINUM
: for third. defense) and W.W. Gay (McKInney Jerry Whitehead stroked three hits 240 LB-:
A'sinall;: nine man group of Tornado Ray's,which knocked: Starke Truck 4-for-4 with:2 HR's McGee and Johns and then beat Gainesville Tire 10-1 CANS
boys went to the 18 team Knights of into the loser's bracket with a 29-17 3-for-3 with HR's). In the first loss to with Jones collecting three hits Including -.
Columbus meet in Ocala Saturdayand win Saturday won the title game Sun- Ray's McGee had two homers and one homer and Tomlinson Bro k R
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came back with a win In the mile day 10-9. Dennis Crawford cracked each team had seven roundtrippers adding three safeties. clinQ
medley and a seventh place finish a two run homer with two outs in the but four of Starke's were solo shots. HWY. 18 Brooker, Fla.
overall with 28 team points.. bottom of the seventh for the win. McGee won the home run trophy
Field event power BrooksvUle Her That wasted a two home run game by 1 with 11 HR's while McKinney was a Each Saturday 9 flies to S PM
nando won the .meet with St. Starke's Randall McGee.' prime contender for the MVP award
Augustine second and Gainesville Starke Truck, which opened with a ,with his .833 batting average and six i Cash In Your, Hand For Aluminum Cans
Buchholz third. 14-8 win over Cedar Key!: Fish of homers but was nosed out by.Keith
the Tornado medley team of Crystal River Friday night as Brian
I Jonathon Johnson, Danny Hildebran, Johnson ripped a grand slam In the -'I.' -- .
John Bennett, and Richard Smith fourth inning, had to win five loser's :STARKESTORronr
turned in a 3:.1.1 wi jour a bracket games In a row after their -
new school record and tenthsof first loss to Rays. After RMC lost in ovyEAGLE' 5 Disc
a second off the track record, in the winner's section finals to Ray's .::I STORESInflatioii itiBi. Pai.ts -
their first time running the event. 17-2 (the winners lost 10 homers) u '1 ;; Tremendous Discounts
Bennett turned a 51 second 440 split' Starke Truck took the the loser's / Assorted Colors
and Smith made up five yards on se- bracket finals 16-8 over RMC as Ricky: PRlCESI s Interior
cond place St. Augustine with a 2:02: Bennett went 4-for-4 with three home a Exterkx 1.! Household

880 leg.Hildebran. runs and McGee went S-for-5 with one ;
scored 12.5 points by four bagger. Ronnie Jones had three '
himself as he took second in both the I 'I I Fighters I
120 high hurdles and 330 Intermediates ,

with times of 15.6 and FLORIDA ,
41.2. He ran 15.5 In the 120HH prelims. ,

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89-42! while the girls lost 74-48 to the
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54 Union County High's running 'Sing both section easily Wbaan.... KHHS places at PalaUa.....AA. V
ry strength showed as the Tigers won all UCHS got wins by irvin George ....110.-. -
three relays in coming back to beat (....Ulbot put) and Tommy Roberson Rip Jaatai BETSY BOATWRIGHT. M.LMII -
i Hilliard while the Lady Indians of (53.5 440) on the boys side and Regina Jump. Ankla ( ._) H-KJ,. D5o... LaltairL ,
Keystone got past the HUllard girls to Jones scored all points for UCHS in .an) ..-,.... .k> DIANE FISH IKIIIINIMMi. .

win in a three way'meet at theI the girls section,with a win in the long MIHvMlaatMeCaaltolPLapnllS.r.Inter) 11.7. MI., ...._ IJ.. Eptx IMiAmkta
kri kriLast I Keystone Heights oval Tuesday after .Jump. ,..... 445...." bl Indies II.S. 444], Wllllamillaur \
noon. 1 The Tiger mile relay team was se ) 55.5. tw Hardlmt 'no.....Un....., III.Wi \
UCHS, with Greg Jones scoring 19, .cond as Willis Highland all but made a1 MICKIB SIBLEY KHH8 IIt.: Milt Medley. ..
IKHII9 but dlaaallltod
Ether SiMJ
Rebyi Lapel WM
points as the winner of three events up a SO yard New berry lead before being ttt .a4kla. |aalaa). ZMI, BUkn llnurlln.a.
I II and a member of two relays, scored nipped at the finish line. He SMU .ReardaalaMrl>........ MlliKelaytIMarlacka
75.S points to Milliard's 80.5 and the,' reportedly blazed a 48 second split.Samiaarleii >'.M.
Indians' 38. The Keystone girls rack. 110,
.. .
Dines en, IPtoler>13''' SltaAt TmaauyIPalker
I ed up 84 points to Hilliard a 68 while Uetea C*. Sera,.... HIUIw. *..... ( elMDMTI Laa..> U-l* high Jumpt Wllllami (JEa. ..
.' Union County's RegIna Jones, the on-' eae UCHS aa all four'' JONES (U/ INK.WILLIS I4-4H. Lang Jamai. CleBiineal ICC 245%. Ill
ly Lady Tiger runner, won '1If..t.'iIRI: ( %...411.>lie CURTIS JONES Hlk" Hardleii. Hallto tin"'.') I....... 3nl> MOR.
Kilns Record-Setter 4 Leg events the entered for Union's 20 IUI .... KEITH JONES>>IS*. HiS' .. "..po O, REV CRAVEV KHHS 114. IMi Thom.IM.rll ..
Keystone sealer Betsy Boatwrlght upped her own school record In the high Willis"Quarterhorse" Highland of points. JONES. . ....... Ml. WALT BONKY (CK> H.SIMM / ..... Ml). Smith. (IPIeraa ':III.L 44*
Jump to S-4 U Palatka last week putting her it the top of the state clan AA performance Union County High takes the baton Hilliard led UCHS the 47.5 to 44.5 with but SEYMOUR. IRVIN left in
from Greg Jones for the last leg of four events boys portion MORREYCRAVEV
Iht. Jrt) SEYMOUR cal ll.-Il -''ej lad>CRAVEY I KHHS)4J.4. SMI mMlner I JEal ..
Union's winning mile relay Tuesday the Tigers took consecutive firsts In la Keystone. Highland, who also ran a the mile medley 220,2-mUe,and mile IM- RUFUS OBOROE (U) II..... M GARY Wd KHHS Ca..,. Carkatt. w_.. ........). a
is to win Willis BONNEfKKI, II.I4t5DENNII KOBERSON>> Mile Reardaa (J.. Be) ISI3.5., Mile KelayiCnateM .
M.t the 440 relay going
open Tuesday was ._ CHUCK;
I.e. Mile. O. JONES ( 1' 445) .. _.
4lal KIllS CW ,Carbett.Craviy .
credited with 48 second split time In Highland scored 12 points, including a MARTIN I>... 4M ....,- UNION (T.ROBKRHON. ,Joaea CHy lije.)H4>: \
"' 4r the mile relay last week al Newberry .,. P0.9 win In the 440 and 50.1 SMITH. P. ROBER8ON. I. ..,.. Niwaenry. .... P.K. V-(.... Union 31. I
Four Event*. )1. GEORGE .'" aMl KEYSTONE 444 .
in the mile relay and Rufus Georgewon Hewtkeraa Oak Hall II.Wlaaera
: HIGHLAND IU ..... JONES (K) (........klDOMBHOHKI
aad alicaniShetmVINCEOHaEIU)44ll.
Four Wins the 100 and was on two of the (K> ..... nMM- CRAVEY SRI UCHS t
5 relays for the Tigers. ...!.... ml) PAUL STEINMETZ: SKI ..... ma.Jenn (OH> IDS. Lang 4517ROSS IN Dleeai-Brawn> 11-11... 3rd) \
Lady Tiger 1I.iI' Morrey Cravey scored 12.5 pointsfor (H) ..1..... 41k) AARON( STANLEY KI GREG JONES IU). 1_'". Wllllama. IN 17 a.IWROM .
% KHHS, Including two hurdles l-.a.i. Mile M....' Relay.UNION COUNTY (D.. IN) .... MileAJlea. IN) 4:47.: ..., 4th. I
nr graderReflaa :.O.Jean)ItM.KM
R. W.Hllklaae .
f ReberaeB Oeene. JONES I U>. 444 Relay-Newbarry. 44 I. .... TOMMY
JMM.at wins. TOMMY ROBERSON CUI 12." K. JONES ....
ti HOBERNON IU> :334 Hurdlw' Lock 'H.II. >
right, raa UM .... -- On the girls aide Mickey Sibley ((12 IK ...!.... .Ui> C. SMITH ..1. S-Mlle.HAL ." ana. Allra INI'.L.. WILLIS HIGIILANO
lM.2M.44t.aa4long points), Betsy Boatwright, and Diane BARKINOTOM IIH.: ... tIIIl PAUL GHAZIANO -. IVII_. Mlle Medley Nawberry. .:... n*.
... f fOf" Fish scored two wins to lead the inn. Relay 55... INI ILL IMS.AS._ IN) IHU.1.. Its>
tana r R. CEOROE.: O. JONES
Relay Newkarry
girls and Allison ,Sabo KEYSTONE WEEKS,COR-
them all al .. Keystone HIGHLAND II:n.S. 1.44., lad) UNION CO.H4M.
Taetday't r.st f. A scored 10.5 points. BETT CRAVEY.JONES) lt4MK.yiUM

.....54. Milliard 55.Ualea c..M
i I Jry Sibley, Boatwright ScoreIn ..........KHH8"UCHS........
Big Meets for KIIHS Shot..*.DIANE FISH IK)IM....art) ANNA
BradfordPop \
Sibley and Boatwrlght came up MKHI.WISH IK)55.1.5A50 IK) M-H4.BETSY
with top performances at big BOATWRUiHT IK4.. Iwo ."'.REGINA Warner
i MrlbA weekend meets. ....:. 3<*X4IKRBACKIK: >*'. II*........*Tylor
1! Sfr Sibley, last year's class AA state' CHI 1....... nl> SINGLET AH Y (K) 11:1: 41)1 Meets TonightThere
880 champ, stamped herself as the LAFLUER (IKI...... I'"-JONES .U) II.I..4IIII
.i! .. favorite again as she was the first MEADOWS(IKI 11.1. MllaMICKIE' 8IBLEY(K) will be general
5:47 CHANTELL DlClUNBON IKI S:3444! a parents
1J11C; -- \ Florida girl across In the half-mile at Relay-HllllanlU.1.KEV NB57.5.44*.JONES meeting for Bradford Pop Warner
I Saturday's Lady Gator Relays. Her IU ...1.... Irdl LAFLUERf-() fl.'. 3MLH- football tonight, Thursday, March 27,
....... ...
personal record 2:23.0: was second only BOATWRIGHT IK LAPLUER (IK e>
I .... at 8 at the Starke Recreation
from North Carolina and 555- SIBLEY IK .: DICKINSON (K> 1M. p.m.
.- to a girl the Old across
Mlla Madtoy Ralay Milliard liU.l.: KEYSTONE Department in Armory
yx'ayeF" almost certainly Is the fastest time iae.4.. .... JONES IU> IS.I. BRENDA from Bradford High School.
'ic. .' run in class AA this year. She also MEADOWS IK>)> ..... >..1...BABO IK) t."l All parents of football players and
won the 880 at a nine team AA Invitational Ml!. Rel.y- KEYSTONE -MEADOWS:
SIBLEY ... cheerleaders are urged to attend.CITRUS .
? 1 ., at Palatka Friday afternoon,
clocking a 2:29: for first.
... Boatwright popped- her school r- -J. iii

N .. record high jump up an inch as she
". 1 ; .. cleared IM to win at Palatka. She also TREESNew
'- _,. : #..;to 1'i:::: :_ went over !9-0 for 4th place at the

880 Florida Relays where she too was the
Champ Includes .
Shipment Popular
top Florida AA finisher.In ::
Keystone Heights' Mlckle SIbley the Palatka meet Friday KHHS Varretles- '|Nice ContalnerQrown ;
went all the way down to 2:23.0 In the [k
took eighth with 22 points In the boys
half-mile at last Saturday's Lady division, which Crescent City won ORANGE F
In Gainesville.That .
Gator Relays witn 83.S points to SI for Interlachenand 89 !
clocking was the best ever for GRAPEFRUIT :
Jax. Episcopal. On the girls side
Rufus George by a Nose the defending state AA 880 champ and 9 .

Tiger Rufus George, center, was given the nod In photo-finish 100 yard dash was the top time for Florida girls In with KHHS was ants.seventh Interlachen of eight teams with SATSUMA
20po won
over Keystone's Gary Bonner (at right), and a Milliard runner. her division. 77.S and Father Lopez of Daytona had TANGERINE

87 Keith'Jones won the 440 53.4 for ..j JI' .
. rsGetRiiv'iinge"onPalatka Clay the IndiansAvhile Cravey was secondin .
the 330 hurdles and third in the 120 j1 .':

The Tornado Betters whipped The' Panther girls turned back the Ueinee.......... (PI)...Mridta. .-.. highs. Several Varieties Bud & Bloom
Palatka and day, two teams that had Lady Tornadoes. d..M.n Ji..iinn.ami(.)... HM.d.MIMaM. .,.
SS..."U.d(P)*..tmnaeladiaSaMatritl.-...S4. Tigers 3rd [ ThAi 99
beaten earlier
them last week
to up .1 GAL 175 3 GAL 6
their season log to UM with five wins At Newberry Meet .:( z-i: SIZE SIZE

In a row. "Sweet revenge," coach fcaj.il -.. ((5) erf. _... .... SaMef (r) W. Union County's leggers were thirdin ,
Jerry McGrlff called it. -.a.,5 44.....1..U.I4I(T)drf. .......4-1.e.ril...(a) both the boys and girls portions of a
...MaM.-..M4(PI... 5.1.d.eY.u .
The CkMy
BHS girls lost both matches ----.1--( ( ) ( ) five team meet at Newberry last
and fell to 7-7. 7.d.a.tew(5)0.1.Meae.M.MiMe./ ((5)0.) (.AIM S..hwJ.N 4.l-J.fce.da. (S) VSk..4..kh..45. W.P Thursday with the host Panthers tak- PROTf VEflETABLES UWN3+ SNRUBS
.. ( ) c.Sw.s.Odery 4-|
"l Whale (I)eel.5.p. M..malm
whitewashed COMPOSTED
Clay was 7-0 Tuesday < >., ..-e'( )**. P4.M.. l.pp.WI.SM FROM .INSECT PCSTS
afternoon as Chub Johnson pulled outa (.)...A1..d.11...... ti I
a.. tiebreaker in number one singles COW
and Rip Pratt, Craig Sapp, Mike -.Clew I 5% SEV1N DUST
..... _
dean (C) (O)4.5. 15'M
Akridge and Eddie Winkler addedaIncJee OAM.... .....I* ((5)4.5.) itOTi w-C| ( ) W.M. 4 N. Itf. ... ., E I
wins. Stacy Denmark was the Mile(C)*w.out*4I.IMU. .
tally. BHS girls winner. .......... (C) ... .....,Mmi e-l. Hem.Ne pNw'oofy ALL OMMK WHO mi
BUS beat Palatka 6-2 Thursday on ell(C))erf. --..>.... 5% DIAZ1HON DUST j 1-1-1 ajuiTSIS40ai.ua

the Panthers court, clinching the win .
I with siIesby Johnson, Pratt, I.h5...((5) .e*.Hfeketk ....halt ((5)) af. .. ... 01
Sapp and Pierce. .... SAP "(5)) ... N.k 101. P1. ((5),... THOMAS 2% DIAZIN00A23/ 39



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Keystone Netters Defeat UCHS 6-1

Keystone1 Lady Indiana defeated Richards, and .fc**.(C) W.b1.a,.
Union County 9-1 Tuesday to up their singles wins; for ., N.w+....(C).......-
'(Ie) Nord no"a4.ua.
record to 6-1 and drop the Lady Tiger Henry Curry lost (
to 27. ; the closest boy ........._
Shannon Grice got her first win for ..(C)_.0,401.(u)....KMn...
( ).....IM..p f1.-(la).... d..w
KHHS with
Kelly Newsome and KILO..... ...._a./.
Natalie Duguld also winning singles. ............. KHNS. (10)C'w."- -_- ....... ((11) der. N.nI.-55
4-3 W -- 4..r 41.
Keystone edged Clay Monday O...H(N)d./.HMMV4 (a) km 5M..p 7-d.
afternoon on the home.courts as __ (N) .. ......_c...
Michelle Hanks and Duguld won ........-.(K)*... ,.., (C) .... -.* .... (C) .... ,
number two doubles 8-3 for .the (C)....wtMt H,Ow(C)..!.tMrt.

margin victory ........ WMu-(K) .!( .NwICdoll."...-., ...._ tM.. 4t I ii"
In a match played last Thursday _....N.w.rr( ( .".............. ,;. u A,
afternoon Union High's,, girls! won Y
their second match of the year, &-1 "
over Chiefland. while the Chiefland; ': .'
boys topped the Tigers 6-0. Cheryl Change Approved On Legal Bucks' 1980 KHHS Tennis Team

Grlffis Marcie Mooneyham, Pats TALLAHASSEE Is a change'In final adoption set for the Commis- This year's Keystone High girls tennis team Is. front row. left to right. Michelle Weeks. Shannon Grice, and Kelly
Wore for deer hunters this fall, according sion's April meeting in Tallahassee. ;vNew>om. Back row I. to r., coach Rich King Sally Rex, Jennifer Gagnon, Michelle Hanks, and Natalie Duguld.d .
to action taken Friday by the
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis

Indians 'sion.In its meeting In Orlando the Com Brooker, Union f
mission approved In principle a move
Outshoot to remove the five-Inch antler restriction '
on legal buck deer. In its pice... Host Softball
TornadoesKeystone requirement that a legal buck have
antlers visible above the hairline.
The to the Two bla men's Softball tournamentsIn ,
Heights junior Steve i change, presented public
Greek fired a two-under-par 34 over during 17 meetings conducted aroundthe the area-.ce set for the end of April.
the Keystone Country Club course to state, had been met with support Rainbow Mania- will host a tourney
from hunters and had from In Brooker April 1MB and the new ,.
lead the Indians of KHHS to a 166-184 come a
recommendation from the Division of fields behind RMC soMb of Lake /,
golf win over Bradford High's Tornadoes S r rr 11' ,
Monday.The Wildlife staff. Butler will be the site of a Mcteammen's
Indians, who lost to Flagler Other changes Include a later and tourney the next weekend.
168-179 on the road last Wednesday longer archery season extending April 29-27. Tourney official Timmy
upped their mark to 3-3 with the win from September 13 to October 12 anda Whitehead said names teams from
Jacksonville Starke, and Gainesville
while the Tornadoes fell to 1-4. quail and squirrel season shortenedby ,
Richard week from November are expected for the Lake Butler.
Gaines was low man for one running
BUS with a 39 while Phil Pacey of 8 to March 1. event.
KHHS came In at 41. The general. hunting season will
Greek shot 39 and David McKor- open statewide on November 8 and 1L
mlck 40 for Keystone over the long, close on January 4, except for Northwest Oldtimers Host
tight Flagler course last week but Florida which will close on Final Tournament
David Temple was medalist with a 37 January 25. .
for Flagler to lead the Palm Coast For the first time, there will be a Oldtimers will boat the final semi-
team to the win. "That was the first muuleloading season for all five pro basketball tournament of the 1980
time since I've been here Flagler has regions of the state. All regions will season at RJE gymnasium this
beaten us," said KHHS coach Ron open on October 24 and close on October Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday -
Brummltt.HHHfi 28 with the exception of the Nor- March 27, ZII, 29 and 30.
thwest Region which will open on Two games will be played during
..,.....,1".8-0-4 1M February 7 and close February 23. each session, with each night _IonbegInnJ.ng
On.* U.!>....41.araw... Ow..I 4?. Approval of the general hunting and at 7:30 p.m. The Saturday
Va. O.IMI' It H.rm 4*.Imllh M,_II.
fishing regulations as well as fish and morning session will start at 11:30
0l 100''I.,1M.........litPI..I. wildlife management area regulations
...T*>mar*F.Ford 41.Lee 4*.Dajm 4t.MHHti and commercial fishing regula- a.m.Lots of delicious refreshments will ""-
OrMk 3f.McKarrnkti 40.O.w..w. loo ll. tions was made at the meeting with be on sale.

1980 Tiger Tennis Team i I ills, Pam Richards,and Paula Rucker: boys, back row. I.to ,
Union County High's tennis teams are: girls front row r., Henry Curry. Ken Tyrrell coach John Slater. Ricky !
I left to right Robin Hill,Marcey Mooneyham.Carolyn. Grlf- .Starling and Damon Weirich. :h'1AlIo \

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TIle 1980 Tornado golf team consists of. left to right. Warney Adkinson Danny Hildebran. and Richard
Joey Herres Barry Thomas Richard Galilee coach .Smith. ,


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Page 8B March 27. 1880

I 15 Win Awards at BHS Banquet I

Letter jackets or pins were promised player honor with Frazier Bass and ball and the Coaches Award winner In

to all letter winners all the seniors won the cage Sportsmanship award volleyball.

got participation trophies and 15 from coach Mike Sexton for his Other award recipients were- .

Bradford High School athletes took "contributions both on the court with Outstanding cheerleader: Lisa Red-

home top awards at the BHS Fall and his leadership and his contributionsto dish. Most Outstanding boys cross Nq/ + +
Winter ban the student body and the community country: junior Todd Sacnons who lj/q 3i 4 I

Sports bulastuThursday night ; Scott was named Most Outstanding was praised by coach Grover Howardfor !

)t. March 20.After wrestler and also took the trophy having the character to stick the ,
for most pins while Green won wrestl- year out as the only Tornado boy run I

a supper of fried chicken and ing trophies for most reversals and ner. Most Takedowns in wrestling: II

fixings the Tornado coaches passed near falls. senior Danny Nugent who was 18-4. I

., out their awards. Jackson and Bass won In Most Outstanding girls cross country:

''t. Seniors Kevin Miller and Allen two sports, Hope being tabbed the senior Valery Chandler. Most

Scott, sophomore Billy Green andi Most Improved volleyball player by Outstanding girls volleyball: junior A

Lady Tornado sophomore Hope coach Inez Harvey and sharing the Terri Thomas. Coaches Award ,y '. a 1 '
\ Jackson and freshman Lorraine Bass girls basketball Most Outstanding weightlifting: junior Bobby Martin. rt :111! K.r.p

f t, all earned two awards. Miller shared award with Janett Easely while Lor- Most Improved weightlifting: junior

'*. the Most( Outstanding basketball raine was Most Improved U basket Ricky Griffis. t3gt7 e

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f,;!' BUS boys who look awards at last week's banquet were Nugent, and Todd SamCI s. Back row:1.:i fo r:. Frazler.,Gta ., I

front row. left to right Bobby Martin. Billy Green Danny Allen Scott. Kevin Miller; and Ricky Crlffis. ....II.,| I

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New Fields Set for Play In Lake Butler : t !:

City league Softball Union County miles south of Lake Butler on SR-121.. ceremony for the new.facilitesV te

-i will get a facelift this year when play Up until this year Union County held during the weekend of12327. .-..April

opens on three new ballfields April 29. 'teams went to Worthington for when a big men's open towna- i
Lady Tornado Award Recipients: The new diamonds two with weeknight action but now the six I ment will kick off use of the fluids I

Winners of girls awards at the BHS All Sports Club Fall& Lorraine Bass Janett Basely Terri Thomas, Hope 275-foot fences and one with a 300 foot men's teams .and eight women's "We'.- going to try to get some:blg

Winter Banquet were from left to right Valery Chandler Jackson: and Lisa Reddish. barrier are located behind RMC two teams signed up will play close to teams from Jacksonville, Starkevand

,. Lake Butler. Gainesville to come In and coettly

/- Recreation official Timmy make it a good tournairient/.
'p Whitehead announced a dedication Whitehead said. .r* \

f YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE Gator QB Club Meets March 2t(rot,nS:

The Starke Gator Quarterback Club QB Club President Jim Reddish

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST will have UF offensive coordinatorMike said Shanahan will diagram somavkf

Shanahan and his wife Peggy as his offensive formations an#':, ive

its guest speakers Thursday night listeners a preview of the I980"Gator:

.- March 27, at 7 p.m. at the Garden mode of attack. '

Also committee chairman will jfWe

up to date reports on club projects
Lady Indians such as trips to Tampa FSU Atlanta,

CLASSIFIED SECTION. Blast FlashesKeystone and the Orange and Blue gamer-:;;

Heights Lady Indians ;jq
blasted Milliard 17-4 last week to up

Shop The Sun's Classified section season.their Softball record to 3-2 on the a aSef' --....

Beth Walrath crashed a home run
and two other hits Tracy Callowayalso .

stroked three hits and Sharon i &.f':oSitt

every day for great shopping values. win.Walrath slapped a triple In the easy from .t cLaM

Karen Smith Stephanie Wheeler

and Melanie Alford added two hits

apiece to the 16 hit KHHS attack. .. from ..,
OENTALHvGIENIslPARTTIME PI.' Work. W otr /MECHANIC 'oD-no'cn. own Hilliard was held to four base hits.
To worn *vnlno* MonThur* Amarlca'* foronxMt Dictionary ., groat too**, 2OO/waaH' Call
tom-Vom. Bxeiint Mlarv with) Co..nc homo worker* to Job Action. 37-3JOO I2O4 NW Keystone hosts Jax. Victory Chris- ..
_".. Call, 377'orp: update mailing lltf.. All ago*. 'JtnS..bl.m.. ,
aMprlnc. unncary .S.ndnomo tian Monday night for a. 7:30: p.m. t ... MtMHt S2t
BR/DRAFTSFCRSON. ._.... priori.numtoar to MEOICAL/NSURANCE.nd
with' *orfnc In Cviend *'* 175 sir Av.. Suit IIOIasi Bllllna Clark. Ewparlanco' pro* game. .
Mechanic/ Bnolnaorlno, : |In both farroiT Part and ,.. *'
-j NW York NV loom' 11m* Salary "' I 't::: i from '' .
.....cll .nd InkOr raotdly .*Hpandlna hour..ootl.blo. .send r.wm.to .
onolnoarlna' .."..... r .1 ''' 'u
con A Moiit '
.r RlBWAfrrttty oapt P i4va sun or war "> ark-RT. .. __
firm. Application. accaoradMonday Rvanlno. and niofit *hirt* only. G.I..vlll.. PL 3M02 :
t FridayS. In Graduation Gift Specials. A new
Apply par Galnaavlll'
.HOUSEMOTHER for ororltvtrtlno Jon. = a> Aoclata.. rtoo* Nurslna I Cantor.4OOQ POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 'In Smith-Corona Use Our pq Day ;
mldAu.pr.t.f, Inc.73O N Waldo' Nd.n..*,... SW 2Oth Av. *., Oalnatvtllo Convanlanc ftlor... Pull and) typewriter that ;
mtur* r wonIDI. P*< OO with Cqual Opportunity Employer' part time. No *Mprlanc, ,* nacaa- take
Rooulr* ability to your graduate can away to "
oxprlnc 'AND EMcal- LaY-A-WaI
upw-'P. room, board.**aary.( .XFERIBNCBQDOGGROOMER I..O.R02.otAKf: :: : ,!.." .OIlt rrt"c'm'J"b': : : :: Apply college from 1169.90 now at the PIa9'ti

Call 373-29J9 375-OfflS for < Oonnl Cucallant. at37S-4i23.,'unltv. Call Jiffy/ Stora. 9OO 5W Archar Rd Office Shop, 110 W. Call St., 1 rV.
405.1761.n.r S
tw-V. Frlndly offic, oood com PIAIR STYLIST. ..mrlw, C.dtor NOW ACCEPTING applications. 964-5764. Special jfl 11
p nvbntlt ylping. did TO WAIT, tab)**, nlotiffhlft O Or.at workIng for part time petition. mutt bo
phono **ini* A avallabl* lmm* ll**. Must b* nt Call Frank. Apply In paron* Pizza aBraw.. t:11''U StMiYi LRF.mi! ::'ii; *.2714 NW31h St White..Roof caA I IJ
777-'WS Mon thru Sat --3:3O 134 W. Un'"y Av.. 37144. Equal Opportynlty Ernployar"i -------- -- -

HELP WANTED I i 5 Gal. $2.!

Club IMO OFCL GT. Nd* work on Iwhaol
.....n. nw paint, tlra*. Good I. Good mochanlcol condl S tpaod, .'.000 mil*. AM/PM. CETA PSE Pans inol Door.'wlndows4B
condItion. sioooor boatoftor. tlon poor body *4OO. 37AO421p air, 22 mpo city. 21 mpg hwy.
377 5423" m _..... ... Studanf
dmI 354 SC : Hour Vet.ran Pref.r.nc.
noln., b.d, good Ur.., Good original ownor, .Mcllmt'tendl175., automatic, eowor .taa-
tr.n.m/.Non. many new Pont tion. Runt o".rh.u/. 17._ rlno/brakoa, air. crulo/ control OPEN 7, DA
1600___ '.bl..411.'_. firm Call 377.7733 AM/PM, dual ff ank.. toppr.xcollont .
1976 Sulck SkyLrk S/w.2eoaf, *7S CROWN CAMARO 250 1O..CORVITT..S"wt." Call 472-34B3. : condltlort.: Stutitot.U55O, firm. I.II.I.C. HOMEMAKE $3.IO/h,. Must be a Union County AWEEK
rlnVop V.. tO DOw.f tralgnt A, runs on raoulr,OMCOIlant ImM/oI/ alloy whaal*. only 11. )00ml r.sid.nt. b. un.mployed 10 out o' last 12 wk. and In.
o/brak .tI condition/ now vinyl top, auonolatorv > Fully, loadad EMcallant cootfltlon '711 CMBVY VAN "'OO.nd /Ivory -
41.000 mils. aC./lent cc, *lr, crul/* tarao, SV 100 Call' >*743 Interior: Soat 0. Air withcruls com. shall not ..c.IIOO pe' a. lhe low.r living standard OIiN MBIOW MamiIacorn.
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510.70, 371791st audsnfi book. 377-M31, afk for/tm. control, low mlla S570O
SUPER M"O'n OATSUN 2502. or beat offar. 37fVOTO3 attar 8. 1..1. Application.a..avoilobl.o.lhe local CETA Hwy.offic. .
177 FREE SPIRIT 22 Ft Mini 14 SCLP CONTAINED Cmpar AM/PM' air nw .=/ *. mod located a. 40 East M..ln S', Lake Butl.r.. 1S 100 W -
Horn* MFO By Holiday with" air 'e.s' itovo, furnac*, ro Condition $400 Of t otfor, 77 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN
Ram- .
bier, "*// Con/Nn.d.' Ilka frlaarator, Call 3771220... sn........'". Scotttdalo' loadod tratlar pack-
naw IDOS..K376S7ao.
llt,. ; low mltf. o\collnt condltton -
IOOOO S1200. oa. .
ml dual air
trol, .I..o. .. Raoular emit ot con.IO Studant. 1f73 VW 'U".R..ITL". 37..20711.".. S. TEACHER AIDE 53.10/h. Must be a Union County '.. .
plu will trad* ooulty for fftbwllt anoina Sot. 7 NOWaanarator 1971 RENAULT,Oood, STOOor dung b. unemployed outo'/ last 12 w..ke..nd income
TTFulloT.C J S battary AM-1444 frame:::
a 9990 4rnT 't.1.t'b1. 'CET-
Lou''d''n .......WOO c* otto. Nods '..n...'*work dun will buoOV.trad*for Jim a tub:377-77M* StuCONVENIENT VW. shall not .xc.... too pct. d' th. lows living standard ,Inoffic .
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C.II Phll. C..fWD 305-taj.aooo 11.00. aft 7 Studont """ .. com. I.v.l Appllca.ion. or. ovailabl. 01 'h. local CETA .

.located a. .0 East Main 51.. Lak. Bu.I.", Job'Ope., .,..S

TRUCK DRIVER 53.10/h. Must be a Union County ,..1. DI.,...,..., 2 oPenings .

d.nf, be unemployed 10 out a. .h. last 12 w .ks and .Ina applicant should have 12thc"m

PURNISHEO ... NodaWOlt, CNl5PLANDlo.cf..n.wwsLOW. / DOWN PAYMENT shall not ..c.... 100 pc' a.. the Iow.r living stopBrad.. ''uc..tlon: Typing
Phono and olactrlctv' alraady on, "" "'D. _tic. 001e RanWould you ballov .'.'''' down
SIT mo 'Clot to campu Call w/th ODtlonopur000.e510/' PHA? TOll 2 BR with dn flak d..rd Incom. I.v.t. Applications are availobl.a. the local ability required. Applicant
JNn.377.6901,373-Ss$1.: Wm. J. P.rVman. Red. R.al lot* of poMlbllltloft-huoa, traoh4dd CETA ollice located a' .co Lost Main 5', L"k. Butl.r; must be willlnil 10 work
allot. rok.r. P.O. Sea 221, lot family -. /.,-
IMMACULATE BR 2 bath ChlN/and." / PL 3202 combo Only 134 40O. night shifts.
couplo homo In no Palm kid' no V.pot...*. Mtur 425/mo 300 ACRES wtherg./ / *Cedar oak REALTOR ROGERS REALTY Call 37B43AI2HOUSES JUDICIAL CLERK $3.2S/hr. Must be o Union County ,.... C,....' ..11.y\'pllcan.
La**. Call Batty Hlloandorff Pino trao Olol IrrigationRaaltv. must have
d.nt. unemployed brat bait IS wka..nd typing ability
R..L TOR. .r.t-oJaI.: .vtom with 12 Inch wall. a.a'Inch economically
DAY 373-3321: NIOHTS mains nN M11r. N.00MV. ,UD' 4 BR. IVk Bath,canMt. ft35OOO dl.adv..ntaged. Applications 0'. avallobl. a. .h. local and other .101' cl..lcal
N on 70% dew,.. 3 BR, family room contra) air aht. > -
3 SR.. la 1 .BATH. 2 car Y r.a. :lntwa.l l'Md per cCDn' ,. f.U.000. AMumabl mort* CETA offlc. located a. 40 East Main S', Lok. Butlsr; ...11I... ,k:1"-
/a.Nab1..nomads.-. JOHN O. .LOWIN. REALTY .._. low Intaravt OWn _....-
374S7571MAKEOPPVR. .'''9220 371-MI
COUNTRY 1r. I i./a. Isas:: DEPUTY CLERK 53.10/h. Must be All Oppilconti must
UV1NG Union 'r.sf-
a County
MOO/mo lit. ttt MOO*acurlty. S, NEAR '' 130O K|' ft ,9BR.
With thl* Ifnoat naw 4 BR. 3 1642 NW 12tH Rd 372-5231PtcadlMy room wIllS aof ifnPlOC I : 1 bath, family. room with d.nt. t.. unemployed 'for a. 1 feast IS w..ks and 'h. following
bath homo locatad In .*elulv* IWat 00m 2 acme flraplac/ *. kltchort appllcnca, .
NW Laos than S mlnuta from "'D..t..n.*, ubio' CpnplNNy, ':::: "i;;' N. n., cont. ht/alr mcrond porch. 1 economically dlsadvantag. Applications are ovallaltl. quir.m.nts: ..
Santa F* Collvoo on IO boautlfula largo 1 Br, i Bat oult rear _...... ....000.C.-. ....... ocr*. huo* oak Owner financ .I .h. local CETA ofllc. located gt 40 East Main S. Lok. 1. Mu.i be Bradford C
era of wood! and patur Carl naar UP 371294aftar Inp$39.OOP.4a-MH; ."
Turllnoton/ REALTOR.372 SZS. J::JQor oftlco J724 3PINKRI000 : Bu".r.. 'r..lden-
g ACRE farm SW. wim 3 .... 2 4 S R.2..SWIMMNO POOL r
SUBLEASE 3 BR 2 battt aof -2 BR, I both OUd. bath homo Workthop grnxtr WITH MOTHER IM-LAW SUITE 2. \Must be ..conomicollyBOOKKEEPER,53.10hr.Must
auna A pool 1V.llaba Jun I. Pullv *oulppd, kite nan, atauN..p.can lr..t fanrad.Maly You nW.w ttil* homo 6ratlnvatmn dii.dvuntag.d. = .'
/ .... be a Union County r..id.nt.
373-430PlccacHlly or
:; vr'n-"rfIt'u v .+ **, low lntrt Call today potontloll I BHCallant
$230 S. JOHN D BALDWIN. REALTY buy for the largo f4mlly Only b. unemployed for a. least I' weeks. and ........,.,Ieal''" 3. Must be l'.mploy..otSdlladvon.aged. ..
.t5J OOO. Wm. H. Moll Raalty of
G'vl"/ ... RI"LTOR. 3r.t-2026. Applications orr. avallabl. a. Otis local out tI' thejes'20 w.5.

CETA.office locol'. 0.40 East' Molts 5'. toke Bull.
For mo. Information can.SECRETARYt .

$3.IO/h Must be o'Union County "sidant. fact: The Florida Stat.b. .

un.mployed for a. least 15 weeks and .._ically Empioym.nf S.rvic. 709dlsodvantog.d

Applications ore .vallabl. at ..theocClI\ W. Ca)1) 5.Qld..COII.( ?. ,It
DINIMO TABI_./9A1.. rMld 40 Ctionnat COBRA. .._....] ,. all.washN.ssoCNTa755.is. CETA offic. located a. 40 Ea.t. Main 5., Loti. Butter, IhouI.); Starke. Fl.. ;a2QQ1 A
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Aka rNb fw_ Ianason/e t.v Magnolia. Of San C.v. C./177141.1.
Iurnt { -'-. Sorlne.,. Ft Lota of oak furnltura -
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with sfalnl.a.hMOolf.m.M MB 30 IVMt Main Si Uki tlr
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;: TWO BEDROOM 1MBA\ ASSUME PAYMENTS SALRi Gallon site 1976 MONTI CARLOt tinted. MOBILE HOMESi Why paymore 'MIDDLE AGED WOMAN to wire, welded wire, barbwire p.m. Corner Walnut and SR
," frailer between Hampton.and 25" windows excellent condl. wood. chain link: 16. Bicycles, children's
: console color TV. 0'01_. $1.50; 3-gallon ? Buy direct from factory operate small restaurant.Phone9647164.361Vcho..
L Thermo. Reasonablerent. free _. clothes boys and .girls.women's .
tion. $2900. 'hone431.1373OI'GI.II6O.32O .lImo MANNING
:' repossessed. Pay off size, $4, All types large selection of 24 .
:: ANOMASONRV Deposit of $7S clothes
required FENCE CO. 79.
rfli.<4.WO.. .balance duo 1192 coin, or greenhouse plants and 14. 12 wldes. COMMUNITY 473-4822.
Brlck-laylng.> Phone<<01-1980.
men's clothes
Jtchg 3/27. EARN .EXTRA MONEY at Keystone. TFcbgHAYs "
; payment of $19.10 per hanging boskets love'sAxalea MOBILE HOMES SALES. US
fireplaces mall Itchg 3/37
7. obs..
; : | CHEVY TRUCKs sun roof barrel, good daybodvrnuch more. Itpd
Easy .hI.
.... month. Under warranty. Farm 301 North. Open to dusk. pay. lorry
Plarge | Free .II........, :FOR RENT. on SR-IOO AM/FM 8 track new timeand work. No 327NOMAD
Trencher. com. experiencenecessary. LaPollette. Starke.
Daytime, phone 473-4473: White's Sewing and Ap., "or.ham.. Phone t to 6 Sunday. Phone
pactor cement mixer muffler system white ... Send for application. 964-6273. TFchg. TRAVEL TRAILER
knights after S ; 1 pi lance Center. 3527 S.W. 639-2201. 4tchg 3/6-27 "I. TFchg
p.m. washer lawm.mowers vinyl cover on back digital R.I.A.. P.O. Box 1977 24 ft.
pressure CHAIN LINK FENCE sleeps 6. new
? Archer Rd. Calnetvllle.37M466. BY
:: 782-3906. 7tpd 3/6-4/24. LOTS FOR SALE. condition.Ph.VISC7633111 Completely ,
lake Butler
932. ,
tillers other condition. used few
ASH KM OOUti" tfnchg 3/20 3 .bath material.. Do It yourself times.
; ( Storting t garden, auto and construction Keystone Heights.Beautifully before remodeled Bit.one 32094 3/20 4tpd 4110.HAIRDIESSIRSt Fully .sell-contained sell-
; -1,440mands i ( wclty. coins tools. KEYSTONE RENTALS HKM QUALITY PECANS- / wooded lots on 9:30 or 473-2689 (home).. Family Room. Fireplace and save. Installation roll
:. -end.) dental gold will vl.lt Hwy. 21 North. throe different types: clear sand .bottom lake. Ask for Vivian. Itpd 3/27 Screened porch Central NuWaves. avallobla. Free estimates. hitch.owning.Phone Reeie Trlr.

''r1.3765235.. 473-2995.,TFchg! Pretldent. Curtis and Good terms or discount for .1949 PONTIAC SEOANl 4 Heat 8.Air Nice Comer lot Phone 964-8431.3/20.4tchg HandyMan Fence Co. 473-4931..
Mr. RIHman. tfnchg 3/6 Stewart. 14 poundi unshelled cash. I to 5 acres with nice door. One owner. Good In Saratoga Heights. 1021 4110.DRIVER. %..11559.TFchg Itchg 3/27
CASH SHVERhighest for S10. Phone trees overlooking lake body. Phone 782-3148 W. Pratt St. Phone WATSON'S HOUSE OP NEW AND USED FURNITUREand

prices paid for odd pieces 473-4862 and ask for from $3,900 $300 down. (Lawtey) after 5 p.m. ....5639. Available/ Now. for tractor-trailer. VACUUMS Many brandsof oppllpnces. Porch
and sets of sterling slhrerar -, HOMESFOR C...... 2tchg 3/20-27 ISO month. Commerciallots weekdays. Itpd 3/27 3/27 3tchg 410.FORECIOSURR Must be over 25 with over. new vacuum Used rockers. BARGAIN
? > Too sets frays pie,-'t toft. TWO ACRES near SR-10o' on SR-21 North 1971 FORD OALAXIEl 2 PROPERTYl the-road axperlence. machines _IIabl.. Parts CENTER. US 301 South

..;-,>;,tItnI; (129 per pound'' SALE near. Keystone Heights. available. Ow nor. door. PB. PS, AC. R/H. Large two story home corner .' Davis Trucking Starke and accessories far all 964.6679. TFchg
; 'innknum. Second Wind. Istfh'VWn S30O Good condition. $900. 964-6619. Itcha 3/27 vacuum 404 NW YARD SALEi Friday and
'''; down $66.84 per salesman. 473-4379. 2/22 Madison and Orange systems.
St.. Gainesville.1' month. Phone 473-4058 or tfnchg Phone 496-2490 alter 9p.m. Streets. Financing 10th Ave.. Gainesville, Saturday off Grlffls loop
373-8733 and 373-7433. BV 3/27 CLERK TYPIST lit for Ralford on Lee's Road. Follow
OWNERi-an Itchg
Spring 471-4367 after 6 p.m. REPOSSESSED available. GuarantyFederal phone 376-7110. TFchg .
Will visit homo. We.else Correctional Center. Full
buy antiques your. and furnltui lake. 2SR 1BA. storage tfnctig 4/24 Amana microwave oven. phone ....5000. time, 40 to 50 wpm typing BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just 3/27 signs. Phone 964-8983. Itpd

*. Ifn 2/7 building porch well. 011POSUSUDSINGER Only six months old. Under WANTEDGOOD 3/13 TFchg. required.. Contact Tom ... opening. Hyvy, 21 North of PLUMBING .
WANTIDt Chihuahua. Swim ski. fish. S39.SOO. FUTURA, warranty. $184 cash or RIGHT PRICEt Furnished or wand. lake City Community Keystone Hts. Ceramics, FIXTURES windows
2Vt-3Vt\ pound, female Owner will finance. late model fully automatic take ever payments of PRICES PAID for used unfurnished 12x60 mobile/ College. Phone plaques dolls, Indian doors pipes, plus
preferred. Will pay up to 4M3151.he.3/6: tewing machine. Does It $18.11 per month. White's mobile homes If mortgage home, front rear BR I 3/4 792-1822 ext 313. Director Jewelry other Items. 10,000) other Items now at
m.'n.497.2lpd 3/20-27 all'-stralghl/ stitches Sewing and Appliance is 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S bath 11x18 add-on room. of Personnel. Itchg 3/27 Phone 473-7042. 7/26 Bargain Center. US 301
ROOMMATE WANTIOl So- da..... monograms buttonholes Center 3527 S.W. ArcherRd. MOBILE HOME SALES. carport large fenced lot. TFchg' South Starke. TFchg
'. moon la shore homo or CARS&TRUCKS blind hems. .. Gainesville. 376-4466. ....5606. Open 7 days Dutch barn, fenced DIESEL MECHANIC to help GET YOUR COPY of the LIQUID CHICKEN FERTILIZER!
I'mobileIx" and spill ... Original' contract $599. Payoff tfnchg 3/20 weekly. TFchg garden. '36'Polk St., keep up small fleet of tractor Bradford County Telegraph 12.00 per ton. Deliveredand
..0ansoo.Call days remaining .balance of I I 8V OWNERS 6.09 acres WANTED Mobile .home axles Starke. 3/27 2tpd 4/3 trailers. Davis TruckIng CENTENNIAL ISSUE. We spread. 6 tons per
4T3-22IO. Itpd. 3/27. 1144.10 cash or take overpayments cleared, with or without and tlr... Will pick up. Starke. 9646619. Itchg still have a few copies left load. Call Bob 468-1320 for

.NtO. HELP WITH SPRJNOOlAMNOf 1 7t CHEVROLET STRPSIOI. of $12.60 per 12x70 2BR mobile home. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 3/27 In the oHIce. 135 W. Call Information 3/13 4tchg

EVen do windaws. 4.4. AT. PR, PS AC. '..100mil. month. Trade-ins acceptedas Plantation/ Forms South off SALES. 964-9606. Open 7 REGISTERED St. Don't miss out on thl.IlIu.1 43.CRY .
Crow work aliaavailable. ... 11.500 and takeover part payment. To see SR-3IS. 18.200 for all. days a week. TFchg' Position Vou'lIg.t 102 pagesof CHICKEN LITTER for
473-3372 after 4 CASH FOR COINS Gold working with mol.prl.on. I. gardens or posture. I will
473-3697. coil credit Bradford
poymonh" manager collect 473-3397. FOR RENTPALMS pure County
Itpd 3/27 .,
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at UCI. Raiford.dialysis.
p.m.A"-or.businesses.2tchg. 2tpd 3/20-27 904-376-4467. Ifnchg 3/13 LUCRAPT Oro"FISHERMAN4974. silver sterling In history for only $1. TFpd load on your truck for SI 3per
OF jewelry. field. Experience
3/20-27. CHIVY TRUCKs Sun roof. I S tlllWMO GLASS DOORS-81 scrap optical LIMSROCKi 20 yd. semi ton. Phone Arthur
17'. frames etc. J... Bull- APARTMENTS Furnished In dialysis preferred .
Gasklns. 782.3140. 3/20
white vinyl covor now frame and screen door. center console trl-hull. Ington 964-6230 TFchg.LOSTFOUND. efficiencies and I but not mandatory as loads only. ALLEN E.
MliCELLANEOUSAMERICAN tires and muffler system, $I 00. 473-2798. 2lchg SOHP Evlnrude. galvanized BR opts.. weekly or mon training Is available. TAYLOR, LowI.,. Phone. TFchg.
am/fin R-lrack. digital 3/27-4/3' tilt trailer. 2200. thly. NEW FURNISHED Above overage pay. For Info 782-3172. TFchg HOGS FOR SAlEi Cut and

clock 3-yoar-old rebuilt 473-3647. 2tchg 3/27-4/3 STUDIOS monthly only.. and appt. call BASS BOATi loaded with wrapped. Pork chops and
LEGION MNOOHlohwoy onglno. Call 2313 N. Temple, S....... Gainesville 377-2421. all the ..'r... 39 HP sausage. Good price.
.. 21 north. Sotur- .73.3111wo'k..U.261S..hom. ....- UNION COU I WADS TFchg Itchg 3/27 Evlnrude drive-on trailer. Phone 7823481. 3/203tchg
,'.day*7 p.m. and Sunday .. Itpd LOSTi Two Walker Hounds KITCHENETTES One BR All in excellent condition.See 4/3.
2 p.m. Public Invited. 3/27. In the Ralford area. White apartments pool TV. AC. lo appreciate. $2.699. GARAGE SALSi Thurs., frl..
Ifnchg. 10/ia and ton mole with HU.1 LUMBER and brick FOR RENT both furnished. baskets, shrubbery .
INSURANCE en sides. A Weekly man- PERSONAL GARAGE SALEt ftalford. plants
,Just few down old house LOST/FOUND wItIto femalsiside .... thly rates, TEMPLE MOTEL. Friday/Saturday, 9 clothes. Hwy 230 to
>.and clean up. Phone MOBILE HOMEiThree.bedroom leeed 880 N. a.m. to
MAINES INSURANCE AOINCVi CD.Cellars ere miteIng Temple Ave., 6 Wilson Rd. Follow signs.
Jacksonville 1-729-7170. SERVICES p.m. Stenotype machine,
unfurnished ;. Cell collect CliffordDogger Starke. Phone 964-7357. Phone 9647813. Itpd 3/27
160 S. lake Ave.. lakeSutler. slim small elec.
tfnchg' 3/20: gym appliances.
1N black near Worthington Springs.. \ Senderien 9/30 TFchg. HALF
| RIWAROi For 496-3978. Complete Name brand ONE AND ONE ACRE
and while female German (179 per month call I Insurance. 178-343. Itchg' 1/17. I MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE I I SILL'S SAW SHOP Complete men LOTs
Service. TFN overlooking Hampton
Shepherd. 7-months-old 496-3233. 3/27 Itc..... HOME PARK mobile homesand sharpening service, circular and women's clothes, all In
PEISONALSERVICES EVERYONE IS INSURASUlaImmediate lake. Contains largo pond
with red collar and red MOBILE HOMEiThree spaces for ront. Phone hand carbide, Turn
PERSONAL stocked with fish
by and
Mme tog. toil In Meirosearea bedroom. two bath completely coverage 468-2912. TFchgj chain. mower blade hollow right off SR 16 to I"
12/10. Answers to. furnished plus phone. JOE UIH.IAG.NCY4'6.2126 'THREE BEDROOM furnished ground and balanced. (prison premises). Follow beautiful building site.
name Sanshee. Call any water on 1/2 acre 1/4 or SERVICES home on Crystal lake Leave at Jackson Building signs to brick home on 12000. Phone 468 1331.
CARPENTER WORKlRemodeling time. .,,-1190. 2/7 tfnchg mile from Worthington 496-2903.TFN carpeted deck no ...,.. Supply Stark or Keystone right. Itchg 3/27 3/27 4tchg '/'"
work kitchen Springs Post Office on CUSTOM MADE Adults. Deposit. Phone His. TFchg' TOWEl OUTLET Many colors COBIA BOAT 168", with 40

and trim Breaker Rood. Reducedrate FOR SALEauerterhorse DRAPERIESiFreeostlmates. '13.3511.2/21 TFchg .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS and priced right. Also hp Johnson motor. Cheap
""C'bl".t. .
(! ,. Reasonable to elderly couple. Local 1 Two ROOM FURNISHED kitchenette. other Items new and used. lor caih. J. M. Edwards,
!:prices Call Ed Dempsey at Phone 496-2308. 3/27 4: for sale. ,.yr. distributors for complete By week. or Phone 964-SI48 or 964 6382. Bric-A-Brac Shop Hwy 21 phone 9645379. 3/27 2lpd

'r: "77. tfnchg 2/7 Q".rIlUSERVIC Itckg.POM old Sorrel mare .has very washable nationally month. Underwood Motel TFchg N of Keystone. Itchg 3/27 4/3
'.: :,. fast walk. 496-3126 or advertised. GardietteDraperies. 3 mites North on US301. I KIMODIUNO BUILDINO. i 4 BARAGR SALE March 21. YARD SAlEt SR 100 one
**"** * .* * It IN '96-2903. Itchg 3/27. Ed saw or Enterprises Lome- Phone. 964-7184. TFchg REPAIRS New kitchens, 22. 23. Antique anCimodern mile out of Storke toward
S SALEi No down I L LAKE, BROOKLYNSmokerisei baths family rooms. Brick furniture. Keystone. On the lelt.
; WANTIO Freezerdishwasher.
..t por.j ,
ASSUME! PAYMENTS S Stephen 496.22 19. .
Two block
( ) bedroom concrete. FireplaceSpecialists
VA financing. Saturday and Sunday Two
mobile homes to buy. 2 5'* console color TV. 3/1/79TFN. Formoll! tractor
*: \ house on lake Oriffls Con.
4 wwcarpet
473.4340 down. families Items. Phone
FHA-8 percent repossessed. Pay off REASONABLE Small.... ihone lots of miscellaneous{
CH/", kitchen struction. 473-2108
.* ;. CothearosedmobiU IS, or IS years financing balance dye $12 cash ovpayments and limbs cut or trlnwxd.. equlppedi. No petsv $230 --....-.73-8.-TPchg Items. SR 225 1 1st house' '964-BJSaipd 3/27. J'
..........4'f .'. \\473-42S2 available. of $''.10 per Reasonable rates.'' Call month. $100 damage' I SEWING MACHINES off SR 16. past trailer park. REPOSSESSED

*f("Wo'pay: : .price.al Alto 'good. clean used month. Under worronty. Tony 431-1114 after 6.p.m. deposit. Phone. 964-9663 or REPAIRED All makes Phone 964-7816. Itchg 3/27 Amono microwave oven.
Repairs Of MajorElectrIcAppliances mobile .homes. and 1/3 TFN. six months old.
.White's Sewing Appllance 964-6788. tpd 3/20. cleaned' oiled and ad ASSUME PAYMENTS Only Under
328-166. 329-3407.- IS fait Palotka Mobile Home Center 3927 S.W. WILL BUILDFIREPLACISsRoosonable. |HOUSE> ON KINOSIEV LAKEl justed. SIO. Work 25" console color TV warranty. $184 cash or
$:> 4tchg.;3327.. 101.... Archer Rd. Gainesville.. take of
Bradford I 3 ... boat house, .private. guaranteed. James repossessed. Pay off over payments
!t_ _* IN Ar.i Serving Clay East Palatka, PL. 376tfnc''" 3/20 Call for estimates. 29 years dock by the week. Call Strickland' corner MorganRd. .balance' due $192 coin or $18.11 per month. Whites

Counties. 328-1669 329-3607. of. experience. Call Rob ....7135. 3/2O 2tchg 3/27. and Hwy 16. TFchgIRADFORO payments of $19.10 permonth. Sewing and Appliance
11 REGISTER Lswrence B>vd. Keystone 4tchg. .. 36327MOBILE I IEPOSSESSEO, Bryant 496-2192 after 5:30. ,FHREE BEDROOM Holmes I SEPTIC TANK Under warranty.White's Center. 3927 S.W. Archer
If Sor tor 'mona microwave oven.Only TFN 228.AIYllnINGIDotlm. with stove and refrigerator SERVICE Bradford residential Sewing and Appliance Rd.. Gainesville. 376-4466.

GAS. AMD OIL * Or six months$184 old.cash Under or ., furnished. Phone 964-8810. pump-outs $43. Commercial Center 3327 S.w. tfnchg 320MOBILE
warranty. Worthington Springs. area. Archer Rd. ,
HOMESERVICE Itchg 327MODERN and industrial. Ful. Gainesville
", t. TW..Mt St. FOR SALE take over month.payments WhIle'sSawing of Phone. 496-3781 after 2:30: j FURNISHED APTl ly licensed. Phone 3764466. tfnchg' 3/20 HOME

:1, 94443110 POLES $18.11 per p.m. 3/27 Itchg. carpet one BR. heat air 964-8121. TFchg I IEPOSSESSEOilNGER INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
Looking for ''mobile home and Appliance
I CHILD CAREiln home all
low AMP, my private paved parking I ORSESHOEINGi Trimming i, FUTURA
> LP Bottles Special new 12X60 $7.993.' Center. 3527 S.W. Archer day and after school. Fenced security doors and lights.No or corrective work. 13 L ate, model fully automatic
:' ft Delivered and set-up. *|4i; ; Rd.tfnchg. Gainesville.3/20 376-4466. yard, snacks experience .. children or pets. Phone years experience lorry sewing machine. Does It POLICIESAT

':Motor 1300.000 Inventory to 200 AMP i and good ....1265 after 330 p.m. loFollette. Starke all-stretch stitches darns
Homes Filled ,
choose from.tail references. can 496-2211<. 3/27 2tc'3' 964-6273. 12/13 TFchg monograms, buttonholes REASONABLE
1helmle. wwou"s Palatka Mobile Homo I ISo. 23 I 4OMS Pool SALRi3 bedroom. 3/2O 3/27 Jtchg .ICILY FURNISHED one *tOMIS BUILT remodeled orrepaired blind hems. Original contract ----
.... 2 .bath family room with I WILL BABVSITjIn my home, bedroom duplex. Utilities fireplaces, kitchens $ ". Pay off remaining Mobiie"Home

}\ ht TbW ,..... 321-"9. 329-3607. stone. fireplace 2 acres, meals large backyard hot, furnished.. Private yard plumbing and electrical balance of$14'.1 0 cOlh Olin's
completely fenced completely snacks. For
3/7-3/27. more and driveway. Phone work. Phone Wade or take over payments of Sales
....... 4tchg. carpeted Information call Beverly
964-9464. TFchg' Sehr. Building Contractor $12 60 per month. Tradeins -
dishwasher. Call 496-3440. ,1."". Ralford., .3/27 Lowl.,. 783-3973. TFchg accepted as part pay
$33.000. 2/28 TFN. Itchg.rUTORINOi.. J LIST IN TIME for Spring men-' To see. call creditmanager Phone 964-5606
I NVESTMENT PROPERTViPrlme I l By recentgraduate. '
Small collect
HELPWANTED gardening gardenspots.
Elaine M. Olin
location. 843 W. In my homo or Roto-Tilled! for you. 904-376-4467. rfnchg 3/13
(3tlJllJIUIISERY Main St. Two bedroom. Bask subject .Including
youn. Reasonable Free
rates. .
SHIRLEY rAID SALEi by :3 famll}lot.Across .
one .bath. white frame Math English. estimate Call Don Sapp from
Piggly Wlggly.
house In excellent condi Social Studies. Pea
%4-6005 after 5 for
tion. Carrie, Dukes Smith. negotiable. For more,Irrfor-. 'kCTIVE REAL ESTATE SALESPERSONS appointment. 3/13 p.m.3tpd March 28. 29.1 had 3/27 SUN POOLSERVICES
:&P Good commls- '1ARAGE SALE March
: Regular Real Estate motion call 431-1072 or 3/27. 29.
Rrooker. 496-3087. 3/27 431-1239. 3273 2tchg.. sion-jchedule and ample .ASVSrmNOt day or night. 30. 8 a m. to 6 p.m. Four
I tc..... floor time. Ralph Bryan In Ralford. PHona families. 921 Pratt St. 1--------- .
Wilson Road REALTOR 964-8788.. .3/6
.1.1 Iwy.230 Clothes, household Items
431-1133. Ask for Darlene. IN GROUND
964-7813 EPOSSESSEOINGERPUTURA I HELP .4Khg SAW MILL 3/20 2tpd 3/27. some furniture. Itpd 3/29 ,,AND.ABOVE .
1gte 'fill BASYSIT In my home
LAa model fully automatic 'rV ANTED Pine Timbers-Automatic anytime. Call for more, In. GROUND

House Plants', 0 HMlQInQ Baskets sewing machine.. Does It, Carriage-Hydraulic Peed f motion. Beverly AOALS-
EARN EXTRA MONEY At 431-1916, Ralfard. Itpd
all-stretch stitches dome.
lumber Grader-Pine. r
Bedd/tl PAN 0 shrubbery monograms. buttonholes. tome. good pay. No ..- Planer Operator-Woods 327AMPIN111111i Installations

blind! ........ Original contract WI lone. necessary. Sencl 412 Machine. Apply to r speclallilng' In end
$999. Pay elf remain ''oroppilcotlono.I.I.A.:. P.O., Alton Boxboard. Company. remodeling screen rooms BLUM \ 502IL'IrsPhone !' !
.Ingbalof$144.10cash. tax 552. Lake Butler.. Fl. sun decks, concrete and
Whitehouse.1 Flo. Phone 786-234: >>
Sake 01 1205<1. TFN 3/2O chg. block work. Phone Bud.
or avat
904/781-9811. 3/13 4tchg"
;1 Roberts BIRCNISIPM $12.60 per month. Trade- ART TIMstriocework 4/3. "" .7116. 3/28 TFchg' ROOFING
"-.. COITROL .ins accepted as part payi i 'Webster America's'oremost WellDrilling
PEST dictionary comony -
_to To see. call credit -Lake Geneva -
"", -RealEstata managercollect > needs home workers EXPANDING COMPANY
i 964-5534 313MffTCR o update local mailing lists.Ml ,-----.- 100 n X 438 rt. Lots
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Green Cove at BRADFORD Rolf <3Wllllslon >

at UNION Co. tennis (3) ,..1. ,
UNION girls sonball at Williston (4) ,s

Starke Gator QB Club meets <7 p.m.) Garden Restaraunt "n'.. ,;"!,, I >
Friday March 28- *.>* ***";'.',,
Palatka al BRADFORD baseball (7:30 '"" ';jL

UNION at Cross City baseball
KEYSTONE golf at Live Oak 3:30 '" .' ,, .

Saturday March 29- /I"
Palmetto Ga. at KEYSTONE tennis (10 a.m.1
Wllllitton' at KEYSTONE baseball (7:30)) '7*'<
'; Fla. Relays track Held all day) -.'"' '

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.. Jan. Victory at KEYSTONE baseball ((7:30 I t
KEYSTONE at BRADFORD tennis (3.30):
BRADFORD golf at Green Cove (3)) r
I Orange Park at KEYSTONE golf 13) i t--
iF Suwannee Conf. Baseball Tourney March 31-Ap.) opens at Willlslon t

Tuesday. April 1- .' ''
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Inlerlachen at KEYSTONE girls lortball (4) : ,
g Lake City at BRADFORD tennis ((3:30) ."' ::;

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KEYSTONE baseball at Clay (7)) -
BRADFORD girls Softball Santa Fe (4:30) .: ;
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I L Livers' Gem Drops DDS to 3-6 falDilycenters alw8JS'. y .

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Livers whitewashed Bradford S-fl with just five hits In the loss. ..

a 20 strikeout no-hitter to send the In the sixth Kenny Clark poled a .
I now 3.6 Tornadoes to their fourth loss two run homer over the wall In left : ...:. _
In a row Monday night at BHS. center after a Randy Parado single. LHIIwa't
BHS had lost to St. Augustine 8-4 The next Inning BHS scored two moreas Nswmano

last Wednesday. David Sparks and Scott Hudson \, "
Buchholz remained the area's only drew walks and Randy Parado and : >, "
unbeaten at 13-0. Bill Goodge delivered run-scoring \ ". I'"! J' .. '" :, '

Mark Williams groundout and singles. Both Parado and Clark had .. '. _-..._.,..', '- -"\.;.....I.',j '. i r ,
David Sparks bunt groundout were two hits in four at bats. ..... '- .. 't. if.
the closes instances to hits for BHS. "We're going to have a short prac- "
"We didn't swing the bats well but he tice today and I'm going to take the ,
was really on, he would have beaten kids down to Daytona for an Expos
anybody last night," Tornado coach game Thursday; Hartley said of the
Mike Hartley said of Livers Tuesday, Spring break schedule. "Maybe it'll 49.88 1.9.77
Kenny Clark allowed just six hits for do them some good." '

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the 'Jackets home field andcouldn't
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ObituariesKelly Yellow or Purple.

Roy Thompson veteran of World War I and a member
Kelly Roy Thompson, 77, of Starke, of St. William Catholic Church. '
died Sunday morning in the Shands Survivors include: three daughters, N, ;;.PP
Teaching Hospital in Gainesville, Elizabeth Stubbs Keystone Heights, ; '
from injuries received 3 weeks ago in Jean C. Petty, Key West and Helen C. 'Z $1]
a fire at his residence. Born in Wayne Kelly of Orange Park; four sons, For
County, West Virginia, Feb. 18, 1903, Robert, Thomas, William and George
he moved here 31 ago from Ritt- .all of Warminster. Pam 24 ;;; '
years Morris, 3.D9 Crnw Worm A'r Scoundrol
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man Ohio. He was a retired Correc- grandchildren and nine great Rod I levi cz.beo.;;; ; 404 ftml I' Worm. Assorted color Cr.m.
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grandchildren.Memorial Hip Roof Tackle Boa 6 trays; 33 wormproof compartments Overall size: 1249 allotted count packages.17x9hx8t" .
Commission, an Army veteran Mass will be said for Mr. Harvest Gold. #8108 Reg. 1997
of WW2 and a member of the Baptist Morris at 9 A.M. Sunday, March 30, at
faith. St William Catholic Church,
Survivors Include one daughter, Keystone Heights with the Rev.
Mrs. Doris Butler, Oklawaha, Fla.; Father Michael Williams conductingthe .": '
two sons, Paul Smith, Creston. Ohio services. Burial will be in Holy
and Ross Smith, Somerville Mass.; Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham,
three brothers Clyde Thompson, Pennsylvania, under the direction of
Kenova W Va. Arnett Thompson Johnson-Hayes Funeral Home,
Portsmouth, Ohio and Norman Gainesville.
Thompson Miami, Fla.; one sister,
Mrs. Leota Copley, Ceredo, W. Va.; Harvey I.Smith
eighteen grandchildren and several Harvey I. Smith, 72, of Brooker,
great.grandchildren. died March 13, in the Gainesville
Funeral services were held at 11 House of Nursing Center, following an
a,m. Tuesday, Mar. 25. in the Chapel extended Illness. Born In Pearl River 4.97 3.331aV.24 4
of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Co, MISS., Mr. Smith moved to Tam- 9
with Rev. Robert Boone officiating pa, living there until 1965. He was .88 %

Burial was in the family plot in employed by the Union Correctional 2-Tray Tackle 0ox No-tip tackle*, box, StrenMono Lino Your choice of Doliuo Flah String. lOswiveled' .
Prevatt Cemetery. Institution as a security guard and worm proof trays, movable comportment Minnow Bucket Lightweight foam 10lb,12lb,14lt,or 171b. line.BIY..teel! wire hooks 6' copper plated :
was a member of Juniper Grove Bap- on top tray, double action latch. 320 bucket, 8 quart capacity. now and save 1.04 Re;. 4.37 steel chain covered with vinyl tube.
Algar K. Thomas tist Church of Poplarville, Miss. 300 Ib. test
Algar K. Thomas, 83, of Avon Park Survivors include: two daughters,
Fla., died Monday in the Walker Mrs. Maxine Booth, Brooker Mrs. i
Memorial Hospital in Avon Park Helen Brehn, Deland; two sons, Don
Born in Lake Butler, Mr. Thomas had Smith Brooker, H.L. Smith Tampa; 4\
lived In Miami for many years and eleven grandchildren and eight great- /NF A7TIIN i
moved to Avon Park in 1969. He was a grandchildren.Funeral .
retired banker with 48 years service, services were conducted at
a member of the First United 2 p.m. Monday, March 17 at Juniper
Methodist Church, and member of the Grove Baptist Church In Poplarville,
Avon Park Masonic Lodge. Miss. Burial was in the church F/6NTER; t
Survivors include: his wife Wanna cemetery, with Archer-Tanner
Hughs Thomas; one daughter, Funeral Home of Starke In charge of .
Juanita Rogers living In Arkansas; arrangements. 96e
two sons, Wayne Thomas, Atlanta, Limit 2
Ga., and Harvard Thomas, Miami; Donald Hunter
one sister Mrs Virgie Barksdale, Donald Hunter, 73, of Starke, died Bathroom Tissu* Save Bar:9fl: 1 In s

Starke; three grandchildren and two early Saturday morning March 22, in with a 6-roll package, 330, ... DI!IIt9'twoply y

great-grandchildren. the Bradford County Hospital, follow sheets. White, ', CA. I UI rU ;,
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Funeral services will be held at ing a brief Illness.
Yellow Pink. .
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p,m. today Thursday), Mar. 27, In Born In Mercanville, N.J., Mr. .,..." ..
the Chapel of Jones Funeral Home, Hunter was a Supply Officer for Budd f
Starke, with Rev. Ben P. Bryant officiating Trailer Inc.,of New Jersey. He was a tea. 1.1 1i 1
Interment will be in the veteran of WWII and was a memberof O O ,y: I

family plot in Ft. Call Cemetery, the Methodist faith. kb- :. 'HI DRI
Union County, with Masonic Rites. Survivors Include: one brother, : Ii ",
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home In Jack Hunter; two sisters, Mrs. ) KI..n.e l>opr .' -
charge of arrangements.Mrs. Florence Hunter and Mrs. Lena a Tow.le Th. Jumbo -,-
N.J. i- / I roll! u.e them PaperTowels
Stiles, all of Swedesboro, !
.Thelma Dent McCormick Funeral services will be conductedat around the house
I Mrs Thelma Dent McCormick, 83, 2-00 P.M. today (Thursday). I Ior all kind.of cleanup r
of Jacksonville, died Sunday, March March 27, at the First United |ob..,limit 2 i' f,x ; '
23, in a Jacksonville hospital after a Methodist Church of Swedesboro THE MORE TOIWE4 lI ; t
brief illness N.J. Burial will follow in Lake Park ,78 y
A native of Columbia, SC., Mrs Cemetery with Archer-Tanner 2 ,: ; fdS.*''q. ft., roll.. White and Yellow. ,
McCormick was a former resident of Funeral Home in charge of ar- 00 oil. "-' ',

Gainesville and Keystone Heights. rangements.Carl. limit 2/$1 Fore D.Is.lss4lit i"rh 4ioRt ,'' ': .2 I
She was a member of the First : I 100
Presbyterian Church of Gainesville, Gala ,II* Pa Towels' 'Durableand I 1 TlMuo Assorted cola t:
which was founded by her late hus Andrews,Jr. P.r "Family Pack I LlmJf1: ;t. : k.Feu', .
band's grandfather, .Rev. WJ. Mc Carl Andrews, Jr. of Los Angeles, obsorb.nt..pr.tty,' tootDecorative 1O uses '11-:: 'Limit.2 w ,
patternt on White or Color .1 --- .
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Cormick. I'. in Savannah .
,2-ply, 94 .h..t. per roll 4'N; I
Memorial Hospital.
I Survivors Include: one daughter, .
I Bettye McCormick, New York, N.Y.; was April 27. 1932 Mr. Andrews \'CIa.'a AOVINTIIID MIMCNANMSI OIICT-TO"'. ..".y is t* .!..." tw1N. ':..l;, ,11..1 l : '
two brothers, E.D. Dent, Orlando andH. raised in Jacksonville and had -..."..*.. IA -...l. WMIV. ',, M" .<.r.n. IN She .v.nt m*.-,..role.cha.4bs, le e.tv '
established residence In Los ..15..,.d IM..y".........ruxm TO*, will. p..vl'*..11.!.c.I..r Townsend Dent, Harold AngelesHe .. ........,.. to* .....4 M the .... **!.. -- I. -- 55 11.5I 5510 'Op l MLafeVJal VISA.
t/ m r may pur
I Heights; and a sister, Mrs. In was a graduate of Florida A.M.University ..ur.IMM....".......................,..M..,.."........tm+...(...H M IK*......*l TO**.._'. .
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r;' gram of Keystone Heights. School of Pharmacy and with ytw -III. 'loa"I' \ ';" ',_ "
Funeral services were held at 11 was past president and treasurer of C a mMkM 5e5 Sal::::.m-y ,501 fMrkM ,1
"I d0tl..d. w e Mill e/M rataiM M a.m. Tuesday, Mar. 25, at Johnson- the Los Angeles Chapter of phar j.
I Hayes Funeral Home, with burial In macists.: Sale Prices Good Thursday, '
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the Evergreen Cemetery. Hey was an Active member of the iIU'''Sat' 'Yll..V i' t
American Pharmaceutical 1 Assoica- March 27 thru Sunday March 30, 1980 '.. x. I ;
I Robert W.Morris ties and the National Assofcation of .
i Fobert W. Morris, 83, of Keystone Retail Druglsts. He was a member of

Gainesville Heights. died VA Friday.hospital, Mar.after 21 a,long In the Illness. Lincoln South and Memorial Side was Pharmacy owner CongregationalChurch of In the LA.Andrews maJ(7m(!)( ( (!) (iJaJml3!] ([ (tLLQE 'ffi ,..f.lJul3m f. i. :

A native of Pennsylvania, Mr Morris Survivors include his wife Leola; .. .
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had lived in Keystone Heights 18 one daughter Carlar Lake' and 6m son Jeffery ..STORE HOURS .. du1dau 12 Noon .8 PM ...M .r"e.:At....rl.. :-or.: r : :... ,
years. He was -a retired welder, a .., Andrews W! Butler. 'rht.n. + U. I PM 8 PM W ,

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On behalf of the Bradford County:. Fair, Association 'let' me,.tofce..''this opportunity to welcome each and.
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1979 Strawberry Queen, Sarah Biggs is 18 years c Cheryl Prewitt, Miss America 1980, is a 22 year old
and is a 1979 graduate of Bradford High School. She is native of Ackerman, Mississippi, is a beautiful girl
presently a sophomore at Santa Fe Community College with a big, warm smile, brown hair and blue eyes. The
in Gainesville. She is currently living in'Gainesville singer-pianist, who is 5'7", has two brothers Tim, 18
and will attend summer school at Santa Fe after which and Heath, 12 and a sister, Paulette, 27. Her father,
she will enroll in the University of Florida for this fall Hosea, is a home contractor and her mother, Carrie- is
a homemaker.
quarter.She, is also attending the Barbizon School of Modelingand The new Miss America is a 1979 graduateof,
takes disco dance lessons. Both were provided Mississippi State University (Piano/Voice, Music
through winning the Strawberry Queen Pageant, spon Education). Her scholastic ambition is to obtain a
sored by the Junior Woman's Club of Starke. Master's Degree from the University of Montevallo in
She intends to study Computer Sciences at the Alabama, and then to work for a Doctorate from the
University. Juilliard School in New York. She hopes eventually,to.
perform professionally and teach.
Music,. including gospel music, has been an important -
of Cheryl's life since childhood. She has com

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,, _. ,' and arranger for church groups since age 12. In college r f
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She was soloist with the MSU Choir,..soloist with the
L f MSU Madrigal Singers, won second place. in Piano'

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John Bradley Lola Johnson Eugene UnderhillMac Commercial Exhibit Space. . . .. William Wilson.
Baldwin Royce Joyner Joanne Underhill Educational Exhibits and Club ::J

Raymond Bryan Eugene Z. Lee J J Wolbert Concession Stands .. ... .. . . William Wilson
Laura Bryan Lowell Parrish Lillian Pearson Premium Book Ads, >\r

Tommy Hamilton Mark W. Reddish! Bill Alderman Special Events; i ... .. ... .. .. William Wilson
Judy Goodowns Gloria Shuford Judy Alderman Admissions and Insurance....... .... .. John Bradley
Dolph Reddish Ray Shuford Ray Norman Security and Parking. .. ... .. .. ..;. Jimmy Bowen
Dave Shuford Mrs A S Barry Karen Reddish Strawberry Queen Beauty Pageant "
Bobby Taylor Jane Parrish Gregory Reddish Starke Junior Woman's Club. .i. ,Joan Hall
Jane Siegmund Shasron Williams Ruth Reddish Arts and Crafts ... .. ... .. .... .Mrs.Muriel Wilson
John Siegmund Agricultural Products Superintendent. Bobby Taylor

OFFICERS Livestock. Superintendents .. .. . .James Stalnaker

President . . . . .. .. .;. .'. Lillian Pearson Royce Joyner
. . .. Swine-Superintendent .. .. ..,..'. .. James Balkcom
Vice President ... ... .. .;. Ray Norman
Secretary . . . . . . . . Kathy Struth Cattle-Superintendent ..... ...'''t.t'* ...Greg Alvarez'PoultrySuperintendent.
. .. . . i,. .. .,t U Paul C.Hutchins
Treasurer.. o'. .. . .. . John Bradley :J
General Manager.,. . .. . . .. .William Wilson Prizes and Ribbons!. ... .\.. .f. .. ; . Bobby Taylor
Rotary Club.. ... :. .. ..!... . ". .Pat Farnsworth
i Home Division. . .. . ... ..;..-. ..'-. .. Muriel Wilson
Ray Norman J.J.Wolbert County Schools. . .. ..... . .. James Duncan
.EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS Bobby Taylor John Bradley Horticulture . . . .. Walter and Dianne Wescott



The publishing of this premium book, which is placed in your hands entails a great deal of work and money. The
various firms who carry ads in this book are through this means supporting the fair and making it possible for this
publication. Therefore, the Fair Association would appreciate it if through your purchases throughout the year,you
would give these firms who have designated themselves as Fair supporters,the benefit of your business whenever,
is possible for"you to do so. 'I
The Fair Association takes this opportunity of thanking each and all of the advertisers. We thank you the holder,

for your cooperation in patronizing these various firms. ',' -;.

GENERAL INFORMATION: Gate opens at 11:00: A.M. Wednesday, April 2. Paid admission begins at this hour.
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ADMISSIONS: General Admission 50 cents, Gates Open. 12:00: Noon to 11:00: P.M. Daily. :

ENTRIES: Only articles listed in this Premium list will be accepted for competition, with awards,given. ,,'
Exhibited articles may not be removed before 11:00: P.M. on Saturday, April 5th. Removal of exhibits prior to this
time will be reason for forfeiture of any premium monies awarded. 1,
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All individual entries are open to Bradford County residents and those residing in surrounding counties which do.
not have a county fair_unless_otherwise stated. \_


Awards will be presented to 15 outstanding booths following judging on Thursday, April 3rd. .l'1

The following point system will be used as a basis for judging: t
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12:00-Midway Attractions '
>00 P.M. Strawberry Queon. Beauty Pageant J.OO":00. Miss America visits fair ,
Bradford High School Auditorium, 7:00 9:00 Miss America visits fair
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11:00 Official Opening of the Fair .

'I 11:00.5:00senor! !! Cltlzanl'.! 507i .. ,. .V:>:1-*' 12:00 Midway .
12:00 Starlt.! Rotary au... Rurol-Urbon Picnic ( : 7:30 lradfGrcI.Unlon. and FFA Steer Show
12:00 Midway Attractions .. '. I', *
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3:30 Beef Show: .

'7:00Swine Show : >' {Jo l 12:00 .Midway Attraction |
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Tammy Baldree Brangus, .v, ;" Darren Brown Angus XHereford -
Randy Balkcom Lim X Angus :" Curtis Clyatt X Lim g
: Bradford 4-H Chapter Hereford ,',"..:: '.i ,Kenneth Clyatt Angus X Lim ,
Randy Conner Lim Landa Lyn Crawford Lim X :
Connie Lanell Guynn Hereford' ::', .I4 Shanda Howard Angus X Lim

Beth Hamilton Lim X '
David Hamilton Lim XHereford t :. Union FFA J,
Nancy J. Hayes X Sim ', Jon Brown Lim X .' .i, I
Carlton E. Jones Lim Dwayne Crawford Lim XSusan'Nayalany "

Lim X John Johns Lim X y. ..
Melanie Parrish ,Angus Lake Butler Sr. FFA Lim X ,
Susan Sapp Angus X Lim Lake Butler Jr. FFA .Lim X '''' ;:" '',' r
Brian Whitehead Lim X Gary Lee Angus .; l
Jamie Whitehead Lim X *-,'fn'; ",) ',Joey !Lee Lim \ I II'
Alan Woodington Angus X LimBRADFORD .. .
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Drew Andrews Lim X Angus

Frankie Andrews Lim X Angus ', ., ', '. ',,
Bradford FFA Chapter Lim ; ",Ij

Andrew Bryant Hereford X'Lim'' J \+ '
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Marilyn Griffis Hereford X Lim : ':. : 'i:
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All exhibits must be in place not later than 9:00: A.M. on any person firm or corporation having license or privilege
the opening day. All space not occupied that time will to exhibit on the Bradford County Fair Grounds or in the

revert to the Fair and all payments will be forfeited.All huil nifs.In .
exhibits and goods must be unpacked immediatelyupon I: cise any exhibitor or exhibitors, or concessionaires..
arrival,and empty cases removed, by and at the ex- -lutl1' a-- any time be indebted to the Bradford County Fair
pense of the exhibitors and concessionaires, who shall pay "tion. Inc., the corporation shall have the right to re-
all expenses of conveying delivering arranging and removing '. i po.session of all property of any exhibitor or exhibitors
their exhibits and also the cost of erection of booths fix r concessionaires, located in the Bradford County Fair
tures counters and all apparatus in connection with their i rounds and sell and dispose of either at public or private
exhibit the same to conform to the uniform plan of the Fair. sale, al ''or any part thereof that inay be necessary to pay
Electric lighting and wiring of every description shall''be the -btedness due the corporation.The .
installed at the expense of the exhibitor and under the ""xhibitor or concessionaire will not be permitted to
supervision of the Fair management.All tablet my part of the space herein leased or to exhibit
exhibitors or concessionaires must furnish their own herein any article other than those manufactured or sold
electric light bulbs. '+hv himself and specified in this contract.
During,the operation of the Fair deliveries by truck on Exhibitors; can sell and may advertise and distribute
the grounds may be made up to 10:00 A.M. and between iteratu-e; : and advertising matter from their booths only.
4:00 and 6:00 P.M. only. :N'o" speaking| devices will be allowed in the building.

No delivery or automobile parking spaces will be issued to, I understand this contract does not give me any exclusive
any exhibitor or concessionaire under this contract., '' I, rights on my product unless specified on the reverse side of

All exhibits must remain intact until 11:00 p.m. Saturday the Itract.
night. S S-Painted or printed signs in or on front of booths

Aisles must be kept clear. No signs banners, advertising mUol1J! confined to firm or individual's name to whom

matter decorations or parts of exhibits will be permitted in '!1pPt-, s sold. ,

Background draperies and side curtains will be providedby HIBI) SHOW OR CONCESSION. OR ANY PART
the Fair Association for all inside space. PHI EOF. OR ANY APPURTENANCES THERETO.IN-
All decorations must fireproof subject.to ,approval -
Machinery in motion must be enclosed with a railing at a
uniform height from the ground or floor of two feet six in-
-.. ches said railing to be placed upon or within boundary
of occupied by the exhibitor.
No claims for Injury to any person or injury to, or loss of,
any property on account of fire and theft for any cause Oft < ONCESSIONAIRE.
shall ever be instituted against the Bradford County Fair ('tl 4cks should be made payable to the Bradford County
Fair \-sociation Inc. P.O. Box at Starke Florida
behalf of
Association Inc., its officers or agents by or on 5 '3209

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Phone 964-6369 P.O. Box 1263 I
Starke, Florida 32091 ; '

. President. . . . . .OFFICERS. . . . .George T. Huggins

Vice-President . . . . . .James (Jimmy) 'Gaskins,

Secretary-Treas . . . .,. . .Freddie L. Watterson ,I

Charlie Baldree . . . . .J.R. Wainwright "

Bill Alderman .. . . . . . George Grant I.:.: ;
A.B. Whitehead . . . . William Paterson ";";,. '

Titus Olson
Office Secretary . . j . Roberta Harrison' .'

Service Agents. . . ... . . . .D.M. Hale

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District Supervisor. . . . . Edward Shadd '

12th Annual Strawberry Invitational



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: .. Dr. & Mrs. Richard,Kosch
Dr. & Mrs. ,O.L..Hcrynes, Jr. Dr. & Mrs. John Denmark

Dr. & Mrs.. R.W. Odom Mr. & Mrs. J.J. Wolbert ,
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Dr. & Mrs.,Harry Gruen ,..; Mr. & Mrs. L.K. Whitehead '

Dr. & Mrs. G. Frank Jenkins :., Mr. & Mrs. R.E. We/tv/ 1 ,

Dr. & Mrs'' William Marchese Dr. & Mrs.James K.Hester
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis/ Walker Dr. & Mrs. J.W, PatrayDr.

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Livestock Superintendents .. . . . 0 0 0 > 0 0 .. .... .. 0 .. .. ... .......... ........Royce Joyner


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Rules and regulations

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

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

5. Each exhibitor must furnish feed, feed boxes and 11.Deadline for entries for all livestock will be January
water pails, for his animals and be responsible for 5, 1980. Entry forms are available at the County
feeding them. Hay for bedding will be furnished by the Agent's office, 2266'North Temple Avenue in Starke.
Fair Association. Hay for blocking stalls must be fur- Out of county and-or other late entries may be ac-
nished by exhibitor. cepted on a space available basis.

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

.. PRIZES ,. '
',. ," Outstanding Youth Exhibit-Trophy .:., :.. 'iii: ,;:,\. : .:o.';' .1- .
'/l'idl/ :; ':./;[), Champion Bull-Trophy Champion Female-Trophy 'i'. ". ; ;t"? ,,
'Pf', Reserve Champion Reserve ." f 1 .\ ": .
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' .ll't. Class 2 Bull 12 to 18 months Class 8 H.lf.r 18 to 24 months '"'
Class 3 Bull .. 24 months and over \ Class 9 Cow
t Class 5 Champion. Bull Class-10 Champion F mal.
Class 6 Halter 6 to 12 months


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1. All entries and awards in the Market Swine Show shall be subject to the General Rules and Regulations publishedin
the fair premium book.: -
Z. Only a market swine show will be held.: Only market swine weighing 190-230 pounds and conforming to established
show standards, quality,and grading lion foot will be accepted. Swine must go directly to slaughter following the
. show A 4 percent sales commission will be deducted to defray the cost of the show and sale. Animals will be shrunk
3% and sold at shrunk weight. .
3. All animals will be sold to the highest bidder, there will not be a "NO SALE"., ,
4. Only qualified 4-H or FFA members who attend Bradford or Union schools and have not entered the Bradford-
Union Steer Show may be eligible to show.
5.Exhibitors must have owned and had under control at their home or farm all market hogs no later than January 4,
1980.Statements showing proof of ownership,entry blank and fee of$10.00 must be in the County Agent's Office on or
before 4:00: p.m., January 4, 1980. A tag-in will be held January 5, 1980 from 8 until 10 a.m.
6. All animals must comply with health requirements of the Division of Animal Industry, Florida Department
Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Each exhibitor must furnish feed,feed boxes,and water pails for animals and be responsible for feeding and care.
8. All animals will be graded by a lifting committee selected by the show_officials. Rejected animals will not be
allowed in the show barn.
9. All animals must be transported to the show in vehicles which have been properly cleaned. A veterinarian must
sign a certificate to this effect before animals may be unloaded at the fair.
10. Each exhibitor must assume liability in case of injury or damage to, or caused by the exhibitor's animal
relieving the Fair Association from liability.
11. Animals are to beat the show arena at fairgrounds between 6:00: and 8:00: p.m., Tuesday,April 1st, and must
remain in place until the close of the Fair or until released by the show management..
12. A showmanship contest will be held: .
1st place-trophy ,
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Annette Balkcom York-Duroc X Bradford FFA

Amy Black Spot Bradford Jr. FFA Hamp X.
Jamey Carver York X Cindy Alderman York-Hamp X

Robert Carver '_ Hamp ',," '. ,'" "I" Ricky Alvarez Spot-Hamp'X
Tim Coleman York-Hamp >.: : Eddie Barnes Hamp-Duroc X
Roger Dobbs Hamp .... _:, .. Johnny Brown Duroc-Hamp X ,
Christie Faulkner York X Brown
Stanley Hamp
Joe Hagan Hamp '" Mark A. Crews York-Hamp X
Ginger Herndon York ,
Tommy Crosby
Monroe Herndon Hamp Blaine Dyal York X
Ken Howard? York-Hamp X I, Darrin Hardee York
Tammie Johns York-Hamp X '; Carl Johns ,York-Hamp X
Anthony Luke York ,:1' Luke York
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Melissa May York X '10'/, Guy Wayne Parrish Hamp-York X
Robbie May Duroc XYorkHamp
W.T. Prevatt Spot-Hamp
Belinda Melson XDurocHamp \ I' ( Bruce Rehberg Duroc
Randy Merritt X : John Ruhl Hamp

Deborah Moody Spot {,4:: ', Shane Thornton Hamp-York X
Donna Moody Spot

Lisa Mosley Hamp ', Union FFA
Debbie Parrish Hamp ,... Randy Anderson York-Hamp X
Doug ReddingDavid Hamp I I'j:. ; Kevin BoxDwayne York-Hamp XDurocPoland
Reichert Duroc-York X / Carroll China X
Joe Reichert Duroc X ,
{ Tammy Carroll Duroc-Poland China X
Mike Rourke York Pam Carter Duroc-Poland China X
Frank Sheffield Duroc '
Kenny Clark Hamp
Vicky Sheffield Hamp-Spot X Deneen Clyatt Landrace-Spot X
Doll Waters Hamp-York X Ken Clyatt Spot-Duroc X

Lynne Waters York-Hamp X,, : .' .:' Bobby Crosby, Jr. Hamp-York X
John Watterson York X ,, r ,' Marcie A. Mooneyham Hamp
Marcia Watterson York X > : ,: : Alan Nettles York-Duroc X,
Priscilla Welch York '" eAr :', Kathleen O'Guin Hamp
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F/ Dwight T. Seay Hamp-York X
Del Sweat ,
Del Carter Hamp Spot
Cristi Crosby Spotted Poland China Davin! Thomas York-Hamp X
David WardCurtis X
Lori Lee Hicks York '
Ann Hunt York Waters York X
Lester Hunt'YorkPoland China X Dennis W. Waters York X
Dianne Landrace-Poland ChinaX
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Chris Nettles Hamp-Duroc
Spring Hill 4-H ClubCurtis York-Spot XSpotDuroc
Karl Williams
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Leslie Williams
Patricia Thomas York Spot

Regina Thomas Spot-Duroc X 11SWINE


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There will be a Youth and Adult Show in All Classes not presented, chickens or turkeys must have an official
negative pullorum-typhoid test before they can be admit- '
Entries must be in place by 10:00 A.M.. Wednesday ted.
April 2nd and remain in place until 11:00 P.M.,Saturday.' The Florida Department of Agriculture will have an inspector -
April 5th. at the Fair on Wednesday. to check certificates'or,
2. All birds entered must, be free from parasites, and to blood test birds that do not have certificates.
disease. 4. Deadline for entries will be March lit I960.

, 3. All chickens and turkeys entered must be accompanied 5. Individual entries will be limited at the discretion of-
by a certificate of purchase indicating that the birds came the superintendent.HERDSMAN .
from a pullorum-typhoid clean hatchery.If this certificate is

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and second place winners of this award in both cattle and
A livestock exhibit requires great attention to neatness,
swine exhibits
cleanliness and sanitation to be presented to the general ;
1. Condition cleanliness of exhibit25
public. Realizing that the herdsman is directly responsible points
2. Attractivenessand of exhibit and
for the conditons of his exhibit and its'quarters, this award equipment1 points
3. Neatness and of exhibitor10
should be an incentive to the livestock barns. appearance points
4. Cleanliness of stalls -25
The following score card will be used to select the first points
5. Cleanliness of aisles -15 points
6. General Cooperation -10 points '


Trophy will be provided for the Outstanding herdsman CATTLE 1st$15.00 2nd 10.00 3rd$5.00
by the Starke Rotary Club.

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Superintendent. .. .., .- .'. ... .t',f. .. ,'... ...., Paul C.Hutchins.. Vocational.. Agriculture Teacher
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from a pullorum-typhoid clean hatchery.If this certificate is

presented, chickens or turkeys must have an official
1. Entries must be in place by l, :OO A.M. Wednesday negative pullorum-typhoid test before they can be admit

and remain in place until 11:00 P.M. Saturday, ted.The
Florida Department of Agriculture will have an inspector
2. All birds entered must be free from parasites and at the Fair on Wednesday. April 2nd to check certificates
disease.' or to blood test birds that dp not have certificates.
3. All chickens and turkeys entered must accompanied 4. Deadline for entries will be March 1st,*1900. '
by a certificate of purchase indicating that the birds came. Outstanding Youth Exhibit-Trophy

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3.Large eggs shall average not less than 24 oz.per dozen. ; Lot 3 Large Brown eggs a(

Extra large not less than 27 oz.,per dozen. Lot 4 Extra large Brown eggs .AI'

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Greetings and a warm welcome to the 1980 Bradford County Fair. (.::\ t "

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On behalf 'Florida's 8 million producers and consumers, as Commissioner of. 'I. ,".*'.., *'y", ,. f

Agriculture, I am pleased you have taken this opportunity to visit and be a part of .' *-'J..'"<&'?:!' $

one of our state's finest showcases. :'\* .- '*a-:lrf t.q,
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Here you will see Florida at its very best, and this year's Bradford County Fair of.K' ". .,.: y

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We are especially proud of the role our young people play in Florida's future, and ::: : ) :s t tone

of the outstanding features of this fair is its emphasis on youth. Only by sup 't1(M1;' ,,,,,

porting our youth today through 4-H Clubs, FFA, FHA and other organizations will .:' ', I

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My congratulations go to all the participants for their outstanding,achievements" ; { '
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Let me offer my best wishes to everyone and for a successful fair. .. \ '
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1. Entries will be accepted between 6:00: and 8:00 P.M.on CLASS II-VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
Tuesday. April 1st. and between 7:00 and 9:00: A.M. on 'PRIZES :
Wednesday -April 2nd Entries must remain in place until 1, f
11:00 P.M. Saturday, 'April5th' ,J ,' ,, ,1 :, ,BLUE AWARD 83.00 REDAWARD42.00 WHITE I
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J.\.,:<,''I'' .' .,,., ',,/'", I ,, !.p''l41i;, .IA'\ .'' '' Lot 3 Individualfruit' ,.-

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." :,,' CLASS CROPS, ',k...t b :'., ', Lot 5 Rare specimen

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Lot 1 10 ears yellow.corn Lot I' Best jar of honey extractedLot
Lot 2 10 ears white corn : 2 Best jar of honey in comb '
Lot 3 Sweet potatoes ((10 each'variety)) Lot 3 Best jar of syrup
Lot 4 Miscellaneous Lot 4 Other,miscellaneous


Superintendent . . . .. .. .. ',' .. .. .. .. .. ......'.. ......." ....... !'. .. ..,. ',' ... .!Muriel WilsonRules I II
end Regulations

1. Entries in Home Division are open to the public. '10.A Blue Ribbon will be awarded, a Red Ribbon and
2. Only articles listed in this Premium list will be accepted a White Ribbon, in each lot at'the discretion of the
for competition, with awards given. ? judges. There will be "BEST OVER-ALL" rosette
3. All articles displayed must be the work of the inawarded..
dividual exhibitor. Articles bought or borrowed will nod 11. The Fair Association will assume NO responsibility
qualify. for the damage or loss of articles exhibited.
4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for judging that has Reasonable care will be exercised to safeguard the articles I
previously been exhibited at the Bradford County Fair. left for display but the Fair Association will in no
5. No two ((2)) entries, in the same lot,will. be accepted ways be liable. '
from one individual. 12. Exhibits of canned fruit, vegetables, pickles,
6. All entries must be clean and in good condition. relishes, preserves and jellies! MUST BE,IN STANDARD 1
7. All articles entered in this division must have been CANNING JARS labeled with name and ad-
completed within the past twelve months. dress of person and name of product on bottom of jar.
8. Entries must be brought to the Fair Grounds-for USE STANDARD JARS ONLY (QUARTS, PINTS OR
registration during the scheduled hours. Entries will ,HALF PINTS). _
be accepted Monday, from 1:00: p.m. until 6:00 p.m. 13. Judging will take place.TUESDAY AFTERNOONand
Tuesday, from 8:00: a.m. until 12:00: noon. NO ENBETWEEN 1:00: and 5:00 p.m. NO ONE ALLOWED IN
TUESDAY. tors will be disqualified if talking to the judges.
9. Exhibit articles may not be removed before 10:00: 14. All baked goods must be on a heavy piece of cardboard -
p.m. on Saturday. April 5th. Removal of exhibits prior covered with aluminum foil not to exceed 2 in-
to this time will be reason for forfeiture of any ches beyond baked product. Entries will not.be accepted
premium monies awarded. Exhibitors must personally if these requirements are not met.
be responsible for their articles. '


Barbara Balkcom,Chairman

,. y. BEST OVER-ALL ROSETTE$5.00 Lot i Bread A Dutterlst-$1.00 ,2nd-$..752nd 3rd-$..503rd
Lot 2, Cucumbers lct-11.00 ,' -$..752nd -$..503rd
LOT VEGETABLES LotsLot Dill* lst-tl.00 -$.75 -$..503rd
4 Fruit lst-Sl.00! 2nd-.75 -$.50
CLASS I.CANNED PRODUCTS LotSLot Vegetables lst-$1.00 2nd-.75 3rd-.50
I Peppers Ist-tUM 2nd-$.75 .3rd-$.50
Lot 1 Beans 1It-'I.oo 2nd-U5 3rd-.50 Lot 7 Miscellaneous lst-l-00 2nd-.75 3rdS.50Lot
2 Corn lst-Il.oo 2I1d-S.75 3rd-.50
Lots Tomatoes 18t-$1.00 2nd-S.75 3rd.50 LOT IV RELISHES
Lot4 Okra 18t-Il.o0 2nd-S.75 3rd-I.50
Lots Peas 11.00 2I1d-S.75 3rd-I.50 Lot 1 Cucumber. lst-$1.00 2nd-.75 3rd-.50
Lot 6 Potatoes 11&-$1.00 2I1d-S.75 3rd-.50 ,Lot 2 Fruit 1st-$1.00 2nd-$.75 3rd-.50
Lot'I Squash 18t-l.oo 2nd-S.75 3rd-.50 Lot3 Vegetable lst-$1.00 2nd-.75 3rd-$..503rd
Lot 8 Miscellaneous lst-Il.oo 2nd-S.75. 3rd-.50 LoU, Miscellaneous 1st-$1.00 2nd-$.75 .$..50AGRICULTURE I

Lot 1 Berries Ilt-$1.00 2nd-.15 3rd.50t
2nd $.75 3rd-$.b0,
Lot 1 Berries ht-I.00 LoU Pears bU1.00 2nd-'JS 3rd-.50
Lot Pears ht-$1.00 2nd-S.15 3rd.S.50 LoU Peache. bt-Il.00 2nd-I.75 3rd-I.50
Lot 3 Peaches ht-I.OO 2nd-S.75 3rd-.50 Lot 4 Figs ht-Il.00 2nd-I.75 3rd-I.50
LoU ht-t.OO 2nd-S.75 3rd-$.50 LoU Strawberries bt-Il.00 2nd-I.15 3rd-.50
Lot I Miscellaneous ht-t.OO 2nd-S.15 3rd-.60 17 Lot 6 Miscellaneous, lst-$1.00 2nd-I.75 3rd-S.50

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Lot 1 Tomato IIt-1 1.00 2nd.$..752nd 3rd$..503rd
Lot 2 Citrus lIt-Sl.oo 2nd.US 8rd.S.5O
'Lot Fruit IIt-1 1.00 -$..752nd -$..503rd
Lot 3 Pears 111.-11.00 2nd.I.TS 3rd.S.so
Lot 3 Miscelllaneous IIt-Sl.oo .$..752nd -$..503rd
Lot Peaches lIt-Sl.oo 2nd-I.TS 3rd.S.5O
Lot S Figs IIt-Il.oo 2nd.I.TS 3rd.S.5O

,Lot 8 Grape IIt-Il.00 2nd.US 3rd-.50
Lot T Mayhaw lit-I 1.00 2nd-US 3rd.S.50 LOT IX' HONEY SYRUP

,LotS Vegetable ,lIt-Il.oo 2nd-I.TS 3rd.50Lot
9 Strawberries IIt-ll.oo 2nd-I.TS 3rd-.5O Lot I Berries IIt.SI.00 .$..752nd -$.50
Lot 10 Miscellaneous 1 11&-51.00 2nd-I.TS 3rd-.so Lot 2" Citrus 1st-$1.00 -$..752nd 3rd.5C3rd.5
Lot 3 Strawberries IIt-Sl.oo -$..752nd (

LOT VII JELLIES LoU .Honey. Plain 11&-$1.00 -$..752nd 3rd.5(
Lots Syrup.Plain 1It-S1.00 -$..752nd 3rd-S.5
Lot 1 Berries IIt-Il.00 2nd-I.T5 3rd-I.50 Lot 8 Miscellaneous IIt-ll.oo -$..752nd 3rd-.W

Lot 2 Citrus bt.ll.oo 2nd-I.T5 3rd-I.50

Lot 3 Pears lit-I 1.00 2nd-I.T5, 3rd-I.50
Lot Peaches IItSI.oo'2ndS.T5' 3rdS.50 LOT X CANNED MEAT
LoU Figs IIt-SI.OO 2nd.I.T5 3rd-S.5O

Lot 8 Grape IIt-Sl.00 2nd-S.T5 f 3rd-S.50 Lot I Beef lIt.SI.OO -$..752nd 3rdS.50
Lot T Mayhaw IIt-SI.OO 2nd-I.T5 3rd-I.50 Lot2 Chicken lIt-II.00 -$.75 3rd.$.50
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\ LoU Strawberries bUI.OO 2nd.S.T5 3rd-I.50 Lot 4 Poultry Ist.SI.OO 2nd.$..752nd 3rd-$..503rd
Lot 10 Miscellaneous IIt'IIOO: 2nd-.T5 3rd-S.50 Lots Miscellaneous Ist-SI.OO -$.75 .$.50
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,Lot 1 Quirk Breads
((3 Biscuits 3 Muffins. ) IsUI.OO Z'nd.SO.T5 3rd-S.SO Lot 1 Cakes (Decorated) lIU2.00. 2nd-II.DO 3rd.S.T5
Lot 2 Specialty Breads Lot 8 Cakes (Cut Out) lIt.12.00 2nd-II.00 3rd.S.T5
(Banana. Orange. Date Nut. Etc.: >)> IIt.II.OO 2nd.SO.T5 3rd.S.50 Lot 9 Cupcakes ((8 any kind) IsUI.oo',. 2nd.IO.TS 3rd.S.50
Lot 3 Yeast Breads and Rolls IIt-II.OO 2nd.SO.TS 3rd-S.50 Lot 10 Cookies ((8 any kind' lIUI.OO' 2nd-IO.TS 3rd.S.50
'Lot 4 Plain Cakes (not iced) tst.IZ.Q9 2nd-SI.OO 3rd.S.75 Lot 11 Candy ((8 pieces" lIt.II.OO 2nd-SO.T5 3rdS.50
Lot 5 Specialty Cakes Lot 12 Pies lIt.12.00. 2nd.II.00 3rd-S.T5
(Prune Oatmeal. Etc.) Ist-IZ.OO 2nd.II.00 3rd.I.T5 Lot 13 Most unusual use 01
Lot 6 Cakes. Iced- STRAWBERRIES in baked pro-
but not decorated IIt-S2.00 2nd.II.OO 3rd.I.75 duct (with recipe' Ist.$3.00 2nd.$2.00 3rd-II.00

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(no knit or. crochet)
Saeque or S..ater' 1It-$1.00;, 2nd-SO.TS $3rd.IO.
Lot 2 ht (C3 ,
Baby' pieces bt-S3.oo 2nd-12.00 8rd-Sl.00
Lot I Baby Dress let-Il.00 2nd-S.TS 8rd-S.5O
) Lot 2 Girl' Dress((2-8 yr.' let-ll.oo 2nd.S.TS 3rd-.5O Lot Lot 4 3 Sweater Sweater .- MaD Woman's let-$3.oo bt-S3.oo 2nd-12.oo 8rd-Sl.00
Lot 3 Glrl'a Dress (T-14 Yrl., let-II.OO 2nd-I.TS 8rd-.5O 2nd-S2.00 8rd-Sl.OO
Lot 4 Playsuit ((2-8 yr.' let-Sl.oo 2nd-S.TS 8rd-S. Lot 5 S..ater- ClIUd- let-S3.00 Znd-$2.00 8rd.II.00
let.-SI.oo 2nd-I.TS 3rd-UO ; Dress let-$3.00 2nd"2.oo Ird'U.oo
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Lot 8 Pantsuit ((1-14 yra.' let-Il.oo' Znd".T5 3rd.b0Lot
Coat Cape etc let-S3.oo 2nd-12.00 3rd
T Girl' Skirt let-ll.oo 2nd-I.TS' 8rd-S.50
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Lot 8 Boy' SbirtC2-8( )'r..' let-$1.oo 2nd".TS 8rd-S.50 t' AIuna ,. let-$3.oo 2nd-'Z.00 8rd.SI.OO
Lot 9 Boy' SI rtCT-14( yr.' let.-$1.00 tad$.76 8rd-SO: Stitches Specialty
.. Lot 19 Cb11c1' Sleep..ar bt$1.oo'2ndS.7S 3rd-S.50 bt-$3.oo 2nd-SZ.00 Brd-ll.oo
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1st 81.00 2nd-l.n 3rd-UO lat-82.00 2nd-SI.OO 8rd.SO.75
Lot 11' Boy' SuitC2-8( yr.. Lot 11 Vest
Lot 12 Miscellaneous Garments l bt-ll.oo 2nd-I.TS, 3rd-.50 1.112.00 2I.oo Ird.SO.75
Lot 12 Poncho 01' Cape lat-83.00: 2n..2.oo 8..SI.oo
Lot 18 Bedspread 01' Tablecloth.1.183.00 2nd-$2.00 8rd.SI.00
CLASS N., KNITTING Lot 14 Sha.ls. laW2.00 '2nd-,1.oo Ird.SO.15

Lot 15 Article 01 Merit IIt-Sl.oo 2nd-SO.TS 8rd$0.50Saeque
Lot 1 Baby's C ap. Booties.
or Sweater 18t-SI.oo 2nd-IO.TS 3rd-S0.50
Lot 2' Baby'. ht tI places} IIt-S3J1O 2nd.S2.oo. Ird-'I.oo CLASS IV.GARMENTS
Lot a S..aterWomaa'. 18t-$3.00 2Dd-S2.00' 3rd-'I.oo
Lot 4 Sweater Mall' 1It-$3.oo 2nd-Iz.oo 3rd-Il.oo Lot 1 Ladies RoaM Dress
Lot 6 Sweater ChUd' 1It-$3.oo 2nd-.oo 3rd"I.oo (cotton and blends) bt-U.oo 2nd-S1.00 Ird-I T5
Lot 8 Dress 18t-S3.oo 2nd-S2JJO 3rd-SI.oo Lot '2 I LadJea Dress Catreet.
Lot 7 Cb11c1ren' S.eater. ate) 11&-12.00 2.Dd-S1.00 anI-SO T5
Coat. C.pe. Ete. bt-$3.oo 2nd-S2.00. 3rd-I.oo Lots Ladies Long Dress 111-$3.00 2nd-$2.O 8rd-I.oO:
Lot 8 Afghans General bt-S3. 2nd-U.oo 3rd-S1.00 Lot 4 Ladies J-piece .En.... bt-ll.OO 2Dd-$2oo Srd.$1.00
Lot' Afghans Specialty ble" Jat.I8OO 2nd-$2.00 lrd"I.oo
Stitches let.-S3.CO 2Dd.S2.00 3rd-tl.oo Lot I Ladiespiece; EDaem-
Lot 10 Baby Afghans bt.-12.oo 2nd-Il.oo 8rd-SO.TS ble .
Lot 11 Vest bt.-U.oo 2nd-SI.oo 3rd-SO.TI Lot I Pantsuit lat-U.OO 2.Dd-Ioo 3rd-8 '.75
Lot 12 Poncho Cape bt-S3.oo '2nd-$2.oo 3rd-SI.oo Lot 7 JampeaJta IIt-S2.OO 2'oIId-$1.00 8r4.75
Lot 13 Bedspread 18t-$3.oo 2nd-Sz.oo 3rd"I.oo Lot I T-8b1rt1 1111.00! 8rd-..'.,50
Lot 14 Shawls Ist"Z.oo 2Dd-SI.oo ard-SO.TS Lot 9 Ladies Blacks IIWI.co : Iri-S..IiO

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Lot 12 Brunch Coat or Duster lst-Sl.oo 2nd.75 3rd-S .50 Lot 11 Baby Quilt IIUI.00 2nd-IO.TIS 3rd-IO.50
Lot 13 Jacket or Cape (short) Ist-S2.oo 2nd-I..00 8rd-1 .75
12 Pot Holders (131) laUI.oo 2nd.SO.TIS 3rd-S0.50 I
Lot 14 Coat 1st-J.OO: : 2nd2.00 8rd.'I.oo Lot
13 Article of Merit IIt-1.00 2nd.IO.TIS 3re1-SO.50
Lot 15 Apron 1st-I1.00 2nd- .75 3rd-6 .50
Lot 16 Man'a Shirt (dress or CLASS VII MISCELLANEOUS
sport! 1It-12.00 2nd-'I.oo IrcU 1.7&
Lot 17 Man' Trouser 1It-12.00 2nll-ll.oo 3rd-S .75 Lot 1 Embroidery on Wearing.
Lot 18 Man' Tie 1It.ll.00 2nd.''.75 3rd-S .50 Apparel 1IUI.OO 2nd-IO.15 3rd-IO.m
Lot 19 Man' Suit 1It-IS.oo 2nd-12.oo 8rd.I1.oo Lot 2 Tatting 1IUI.00 2nd-IO.TIS 3rd-SO.50
Lot 20 Man's Sport Coat 1It-12.00 2nd-I1.oo 3rd-S 75 Lot 3 Swedish Weaving 18UI.oo 2nd-0.TIS '3rd-10.50
Lot 21 Miscellaneous 1It-Il.00 2nd.' .75 8re1., .m Lot 4 Liquid Embroidery lIUI.oo 2nd.IO.T5, 3rd-$0.50
Lot IS Russ 18t-S2.oo 2nd-II.00 3rd-IO.T5
Lot 6 Needlepoint lst$1.002nd$1.00 3rd-SO.T5
CLASS V.LINGERIE Lot 7 Crewel lIt.ll.00 2nd.II.DO 3rd-IO.T5

Lot 8 Article of Merit' 18t-$1.oo 2nd-IO.TIS 3rd-IO.50
Lot 1 Ladles Slip 1It-12.oo 2nd-Il.00 Brd-' .15
Lot 2 Ladles Brief lIt-.l.oo 2nd-I .75 3rd-S .50
Lot a Ladies Gown lIt-$2.oo 2nd-'I.00 3rd-S .15 CLASS VIII PILLOWS

Lot 4 Ladies Slippers lat.12.00 2nd.'I.oo 8re1-' .15 -
Lot 15 Robe IIt-2.oo 2nd"I.00 Ird- .15 LoI Liquid Embroidery ht.I2.oo 2nd-S1.00 3rd-SO.75
Lot 2 Needlepoint 111-.12.00 2nd-S1.00 3rd-SO.15
Lot 8 Crewel \ IIt-$2.00 2nd.S1.00 3rd-SO.75
Lot 4 Cross-stiteh. t : .. 'IIt-12.oo 2nd-S1.00 3rd-SO.75
fI.SS1 LINENS '. Lot 5 Fabric Ist-$1.oo 2nd.SO.TS 3rd.SO.50

Lot I Tablecloth lIt.$3.00 I 2nd.12.DO 8rd1.00 Lot; 8 Miscellaneous ;.'[ IIt.$1.oo 2nd-SO.T5 3rd-SO.
Lot 2 Luncheon Set (15 pieces 1 lat-12.00. 2nd.II.00 3rd.10.15 .
Lot 3 Place MatslSl."t( of 41) Ist-12.00 2nd.SI.DO 3rd.SO.15 CLASS IX''H: NDBAGS
Lot 4 Luncheon Cloth lIt-$1.00 2nd SO.T5 3rd.10.50 v'
Lot 5 Pillow Cases lIt.I2.00 2nd-Sl.00 3rd-SO.15 Lot 1 Needlepoint 1ItI2.00: '2nd-SUIO 3rd.IO.1S
Lot 6 Tea Towels Ist-Il.00 2nd.SO.T5 3rd-SO.50 Lot 2 Crewel 1It.S2.00 2nd-S1.00 3rd.SO.75
Lot T Quilt Ist-SS.OO 2nd-S2.00 3rd.I1.00 Lot 3 Fabric: 6 Place Mats, etc 1It-I1.00 2nd-IO.TS 3rd.10.50
Lot 8 Bedspread lat.ISOO'2nd.S2.00 3rd.l1.oo Lot 4 Macrame Ist-$2.00 2nd-S 1.00 ?\ 3rd.'O.1S
Lot 9 Quilt Top. Hand Stitched IIt-I3.00 2nd.S2.00 3rd-SI.00 Lot 5 Miscellaneous) Isl-.n.oo 2nd-SO.T5 : 3rd-SO.50
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1. Entries and exhibitors must be acceptable: : to the 4-H 6. All entries must remain until 10:00: P.M. Saturday. '

Youth Division Chairman, the 4-H Extension Agent, and April 5th. Premium and ribbons will be forfeited if ex-

the Fair Association. hibits are removed before that time.

2. Exhibitors must be a bonafide 4-H Club member in Bradford 7.: Ribbons and Premiums will be awarded by the ModifiedDanish

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

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

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

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

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

from 1:00 P.M. Monday, March :lht t until 6:00: P.M. and 9. The Fair Association: and Management will not be

Tuesday, :April 1st from 8:00 A.M. until 12:00: Noon. responsible in case of accident or loss of exhibit. .

5. Entries must be the work of the individual and completed : 10. All baked goods must be on a heavy piece of cardboard

within the last twelve ((12)) months. A project book covered: with aluminum foil, not to exceed 2 inches: beyond

will not be considered: an entry. Only one entry per .lot will baked product. Entries will not be !accepted if these requirements ;

be accepted.: are not met. :.

Lot 1 Apron Blue.I.OO: Red.IO.7S Whlte.IOM'

Lot I Candies -/a dozen Blue-11.00 Red40.75 Whlte40.SO Lot 2 Scarf Blue 11.00 Red.IO.7S Whlte.IO.1SO
Lot Cookies Lot 3 Tote Bag or Hand Bag'Blue.Il.00 Red.IO.7S Whlte-IO.ISO
2 / dozen Blue-*1.09 Red-$0.75 Whlle-O.SO
Lot 4 Swim or Bath Shift Blue.Il.GO Red 10.75 Whlte-IO.5O
Lot 3 Brownl" -/s dozen BlueSI.OO Red40.75 White.$0.50
Lot 4 Cupcakes dozen Blue.$1.00 Red0.75 Whlte-0.50 Lot 5 Cape Poncho. or Vest Blue-12.oo RecUI.OO Whlte-IO.TS
LotS Cakes (plain) Blue-12.00 Red-$1.00 Whlle-$0.7S Lot 6 T-Shirts Blue.IIOO' Red-10.T5 White.IO.1SO
Lot 6 Cakes (iced) Blue-$2.00 Red.11.00 Whlte$0.75Lot Lot 7 Blouse of Shirt BlueI2.00' Red.I1.00 Whlte.IO.n
Lot 8 Skirt Blue.I2.00 Red.II.OO Whlte-IO.n
7 Cakes (decorated appearance only
) must be on a baked cake Blue2.00 Rcd-tl.OO White-50.75 Lot 9 Dress or Jumper 8Iue-l2.oo Red-II.OO Whlte-IO.n
Lot 10 Pants (slacks. shorts,
Lot 8 Pies Blue-$2.00 Red 11.00 WbllelO.75'Lot
9 Exhibit of Merit Blue.$1.00 Red-40.73 Whlte-0.50 gauchos.'el." ) Blue-2.oo Red'II.GO Whits-50.78'1:,
Lot'll Jumpsuit, Blua-12.oo Red-II.OO Whlte.IO.n';,
CLASS II-BREADSr Lot 12 .Sleepwear. r.. '., .". BJue.II.OORedIO.75 Whlte-SO.50'
'1'.. i Lot 13 'Childi Clothing ((04 yrs Blue-12.00 Red.II.OO White.SO.TS
t" / Lot 14 Bathing Suit Blue-12.00 ,RecUI.OO Whlte-SO.70
Lot 1 Biscuitst' dozen Blue.I.OO Red.IO.7S Whlte-I.SO Lot IS Piece Outfit Blue-12.oo R.d-II.OO Whlte.IO.n
Lot 2 Muffins -/a dozen Blue.I.00 Red-IO.71S Whlte.I.SO. Lot 16 Piece Outfit Blue.13.oo Red-12.00 White-II.oo
Lot 3 Other Quick Breadss. Lot 17 Coat Jacket Blue-12.oo Red-II.OO White.SO.75
dozen Blue $1.00 Red-IOtS 'Whlte.IM Lot 18 Evening Wear: ,'. 8Iue-12.oo Red-ll.oo White-lO.n
Lot 4 Quick Bread Loaf Blue-II.OO Red.IO.TS Whlte-I.SO' Lot 19 Appllqued or Embroidered
Lot 5 Yeast Rolls -'h dozen Blue.12.00 Red-II.OO Whlte-S.75 Clothing Blue-1111.00. Red.IO.TS Whlte.IO.1IO
Lot 6 Other Yeast Breads1 Lot 20 Crocheted Clothing Blue.12.oo Red.SI.OO Whlte-IO.70
dozen Blue-12.00 Red-IUO Whlte-I.75 Lot 21. Knitted Clothing Blue-12.oo Red.ll.oo White-IO.TS
Lot 7 Yeast Loaf Blue-12.00 Red-II.OO Wblte-I.75 Lot 22 Accessories (men's ties. '
Lot 8 Exhibit of Merit Blue-I1.00 Red-IO.75 Whlt..ISO belts etc.) Blue.$1.00 Red-$0.79 White.$0.50
Lot 23 Miscellaneous_ Blue-$10 Red$0.78: White. .$0.80

Lot 1 Vegetables Blue-$1.00 Red-$.79 White-.60
Lot 2 Fruits Blue-$1.00 Red-$.79 WhlteI.SOLot "
3 Pickles-Relishes Blue-$1.00 Red.$.79 White-.50 'HOOK OR WIRE FOR HANGING
Lot 4 Marmalades-Jams Blue.$1.00 Red $.79 White-.50 Lot 1 Wall Hangings Blue-$1.00 Red.$.79 White-$.80
LotSLot Preserves Blue-$1.00 Red.$.79 White-.90 Lot 2 Bulletin Board Blue.$1.00 Red $.79 White-$.50
8 Jellies 'Blue-$1.00 Red-$.79 White-$50 21 1Lot'3 I Decora'tlve' Pillow. OP Stuffed Blue,!.$1.00 Red.$.75 White-$.50
Lot 7 Exhibit of. Merit Blue$1.00 Red-$.79 Whlte-.90 Animal -

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Lot 4 Holiday Craft Blue noD Red '.75 Whit..50 Lot 7 Cut Flowers fJ blooms Dlu..OO' R.d..75 Wllite. .5
Lot 5 Framed Picture (any medial Blue '1.00 Red '.75 White '.iO Lot 8 Container Vegetables Blu''I.OO Red'.75 Wlllt..50:
Lot 6 String Art Blue nOD Red '.75 White '.M Lot 9 Harvested Vegetables Blu..OO Red '.75. Whit..5O",
Lot 7 Mosaic.Seed. Glass, Stone, Etc Blue.$LW Red '.75 White '.50 .Lot .0 Vegetable Seed Collection. Blu..OO Red'.75 Whit..so-
Lot 8 Macrame Blue '1.00 Red '.75 White '.50 Lot II Exhibit of Merit Blu..II.OO Red $.73 hil..50:
Lot 9 Sand Art Blue'1.00 Red '.75 White '.50
Lot Decoupage Blue '1.00 Red '.75 White '.50
Red '.75 White '.50
Lot 12 Ceramics Blue$1.00 R..d'.75
Lot 13: Crocheted Articles Blue-'LW Red '.75 White Whit..rlO'.511 Lot I Child Care 8Iu..00 H..7 ".hl.....:..
Knitted Lot 2 Saddle Blanket Blu..I.oo H".7I: "hll.ICI:
Lot 14 Article' Blue '1.00 Red '.75 White'.50
Lot 15 Embroidered Article Blu.'I.OO Red Lot :I Leather Craft 8Iu..I.00 Red..7:1: "hll.O;
'.75 White'.50
Lot 18 Needlepoint Article Blue $1.00 Red '.75 White $ 50 Lot 4 Lamps Blu..I.oo .....7:1: "hil..r.o
Lot 17 Bedspread Blue 1.00 Red '.75 White, '.50 Lot 5 hand Towels BIuP-SI.DO R..7S! Whil..-..tII
Lot 18 Comforts Olup-s.OO: Red 1.00 N hili''.75 Lot 6 Pot holders Blu..I1.00 Hrd.I.7S! "hil.....:'O
Lot 19 Quilts Hand Stitched 8Iup.3.00 Red 2.00 White ".00 Lot 7 Poster Craft 8Iur.II.00 ......n Whlll'-l11;
Lot 20 Quilts Machine Stitched IIlut'2.00 Red ".00 White'.75 Lot 8 Electricity Olu..UO, Hpd".U Whill'-l.O;
1.0121 Rugs! Hooked. Braided etc. 1I1Ut'-SJ.00: Red 12.00 White, $1.00 "Lot 9 Health Blur.SUO R..U Whl.O;
1.0122 Table Appointments Blue 1.00 Red '.75 White, '.50 Lot 10 Safety Hlue-II.00 RPd..U Whll........
Lot II Recreation 8Iu..II.GO H..d.I.7: W..lc.tI'. : .
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Lot 1ll'rin'.cll'ubll&: Speech' Blue-11M Rrd-t.U Whlt.....:tI, 1
Lot 1 Non.flowering House Plants Blue$1.00 Red '.75 WhI..50! Lot II Dog Care Dlue-II.OO H..d.I.U White...SO; '
Lot 2 Flowering House Plants Blu..I.OO R.d-.75 WhI..50! Lot 15 Woodworking Dlue-lI.oo Itt'tI.7t: Whit.....;;.,
Lot 3 Cactus and Succulents Blue$1.00 R..d..75 Whte..50! Lot Iii .:Egg lIIul'-ll.oo RI"4.73 White-.51).
Lot 4 Hanging Baskets Blue! $1.00 Red '.75 Whte.,50! Loin Project or Merit 8Iu.1'00 R..7t. : White-J'O
Lot 5 Terrariums Blue! 1.00 Red '.75 Whlte,50
Lot 6 Container Ornamentals Blue.'I.OO Red '.75 White.50

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1. Entries in School Youth Division are open to Bradford Modified Danish System and. all \decisions:of the' Off'lla1? .
County students only. Judges and Fair Management will be final. '\: \ :

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

Elementary School. Middle School or High School. responsible in case of accident or loss of exhibit. ''V ,'p :"

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

pleted within the last twelve' ((12)) months. Exhibitor may County School System. .". '. '

enter only one ((1)) entry per Lot. :.
4. All entries must remain until 10:00. P.M. Saturday The Following Classes will be offered:': '

Premiums and ribbons are forfeited for prior removal. CLASS I HOME ECONOMICS


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

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1. Entries in Arts and Crafts are open to hobbyists to this time will be reason for forfeiture of any
(amateurs past school age. ) premium monies awarded. Exhibitors must personally
2. Only articles listed in this premium list will be ac-. attend to the removal ol their article.
cepted for competition, with awards given. 10. In classes where there is no competition, ribbons
3. All articles displayed must be the work of the ex- will be awarded at the discretion ol the judges
hibitor. Articles bought or borrowed will not qualify. 11. The Fair Association will assume NO( responsibilityfor
4. NO ARTICLE will be accepted for judging that has the damage or loss of articles exhibited. :
previously been exhibited in the Bradford County Fair. Reasonable care will be exercised to sale-guard the articles I
5. No two entries in the same product will be ac- left for display but The "Fair Association will in no
cepted from one individual. way be liable.
6. All entries must be clean and in good condition. 12. Picture should be properly mounted. and able to

7. All articles entered in this division must have been handle.
completed within the past twelve months. 13. Each article must be labeled with name and address ,

H. Entries must be brought to the f Fair Grounds for. of exhibitor.
registration during the scheduled hours. Entries will 14. Judging will take place Tuesday afternoon between
oe accepted Monday from 1:00:() P.M. until 5:00: P.M. 1:30: and 5:00: P.M. NO ONE ALLOWED IN BUILDING !
md Tuesday. from 9:00: A.M. until 12:00:()() Noon. WHILE JUDGING IS GOING( ON.
9. .Exhibit articles may not be removed before 11:00:() 15. Popular categories will be sub-divided at.the discretion -
P.M. on Saturday. April 5th.-KemovaI of exhibits prior t (of the judges. *

.oil I Oil I'aintinK- I lit $. .00 2nd $J.00 :3rd $1 00 Lot'.I. |: t..lulllnli Leather Craft: 1st $2.00 2nd $1.00( :3rd $0.75
aol :2! Yarn Hi $1.00 2nd $1)).75 :3rd $0.50 Lot. 14 Sculpture 1st $3.1)0) 2nd $:..00 3rd 11.00
1..It: Hunka lot $1.00 2nd $0.75 :3rd S0.50 Lot' l 15: :Mosaics '..,.,.d. Kl-iK. stone' lit $:!.00) 2nd t $1.00 :3rd $0.71
Lot Needlepoint:-; I 1st St.OO: 2nd $2.01)) :ard $"I.0/1)() Lot. \ovrlties:- 1"1 $:2.01))( 2nd SI.01). :3rd $0.75
Lot5 I) decoupage l 1"1 SI.OO: 2nd $'..00) :3rd $1.00 Lot. I 17 r'rum''I''lulnt.d'' lst)00: ) 2nd t 2.00 :3rd $1.00
Lot 0 :String Art 1st $1.00 2nd $0'.75: :.Jrd $0.50 Lot I I" (Ceramics 'iKlaedi' I 1st Si.OO: 2nd $2.00( :3rd $1.00
Lot 7 [Liquid Embroidery I Ist $2: .00 2nd SI .00 .)rd S0.75 Lot I IP Wood (Carving 1st $100: 2nd $2.00! :3rd $100)(
Lot M Crewel Kmnroidert: lit $2.00 2nd $1.00 :3rd $0.75 Lot :20! Macrame. I 1st $2,00) 2nd t $1.00( :3rd $0.75
Lot 9 Charcoal 1st $1 1.1)0) 2nd $0.75 :3rd $0.50 I lot 21 Headed t Jewelry 1st $100)( 2nd t $0.75 :3rd $0.50
Lot ID .Pen or Pencil Nt $1 1.1)0) 2nd $0.75 3rd $0.50) Lot 22: Stuffed Animals, 1st $100 2nd $2.00 :3rd $1.00
Lot II Pastel 1 lit $100 2nd SO.75) 3rd $0.50 Lot :21:J :Miscellaneous I '$100) 2nd t $0.75 :3rd $0.50
Loot 12 Wood Burning! lit $1 I.OU) 2nd $0.75 2rd $0.50 .

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Dianne Weitcott I.I

Walter Westcott
will be April 2nd from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
a youth and adult show in all classes
8. Exhibit articles may not be removed before 10 p.m.

1*.En tries in the Horticulture Division are open to the Saturday, !April ;3th t. Removal of exhibits prior to 10 p.m.
residents of Florida. will be reason for forfeiture of any premium monies awarded.

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

3. All entries must have established plants that have 9. Money will be paid from awards marked in judges book
been and not from ribbons that may be attached to plants. ''A
growing for months not last minute put togethers. .
4. Plants are. judged against perfection, not another special "best in show" will be given to the best plant in the'
plant. show chosen from the 1st place winners in each category.

5. More than one entry of different species of one genera "Best in Class"ribbons will be awarded for each class and at
the discretion of the
may be entered per lot number not to exceed 2 per lot. judges. .
6. Plants and flowers 10. The Fair Association will assume responsibility for
must be cleaned, trimmed, free
from scale the damage 'or loss of articles exhibited. Reasonable care
and other diseases and exhibited in -
proper will be exercised to safeguard the articles
left for display
Clay-pots need be
painted. Absolutelyno
but the Fair Association will in no wise be liable.
cans except those especially made for plant containers.
will be accepted. 11.-Judging will take place Wednesday morning from 9:00:
a.m. until 11:00 a.m. No one is allowed in the building while
must be brought to the Fair Grounds for regis-
tration during scheduled hours. Entries will be accepted judging is going on.
12. New Categories may be created at the discretion of the
Monday March :31st from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Wednesday, judges.


Outstanding Exhibit$5.00 and Ribbon t '

Best In Class$1.00 and Ribbon1st Class III Cactus and Succulents, Class VI Bonsai '< '
prize $1.00 i

2nd prize $0.75 Loi 1 Aloe Lot 1 Cascade > .
3rd prize $0.50 Lot 2 BromeliadLot Lot 2"" iscella eous

4th Ribbon 3 Christmas Cactus

Lot 4 Kalenchoe < '. Class VII -, Flower. Arranging
Class I
Non-Flowering Plants
Lot 5 Euphorbia (crown of thorns) 7 of.'

Lot 6 Miscellaneous Cactus .'; Lot 1 Triangle arrangementLot
Lot I Araucaria Exc.lsaN
Lot 7 Miscellaneous SucculentsLot 2 Centerpiece arrangementLot
( Island Pine)
8 Opuntia Prickley Pear : Miscellaneous arrangementClassVlll
Lot 2 Dieffenbachia (Dumb Cane) 'Lot 9 Crassula
Lot 3 DracaeniaLot '
4 Pilea Lot 10 Barrel and Ball Cactus'', ,.,.,. Ferns
Lot 11 Echeveria .
Lot 5 PeperomiaLot '
Lot 1 Pteris
6 PhilodendronLot
Lot 2 PolypodiumLot
7 Synogonium (Arrowhead. or ClasH IV Basketss
Hanging 3 Asparagus Fern
Emerald Velvet)
Lot 4 Boston (Nephrolipis)
Lot 8 Pothos (Devils Ivy, Etc.) Lot 1
Chlorophytum (Spider Plant) Lot 5 MiscellaneousLot "
Lot 9 Coleus Lot 2 Tradescanitia (Wandering Jew) 6 Hanging Baskets

Lot 10 MiscellaneousLot Lot 3 MiscellaneousLot .' .

11 ScheffeleraLot 4 Plectean Taus (Swedish Ivy) ('laMII IX Miscellaneous
12 Sanseveria Lot 5 .'
Piggyback Plant ,

4 Lot 1 TopiaryLot .. ;
Class II Flowering House Plants ,
2 Flower Arranging
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Lot 1 Saintpaulias (African Violets i ). Class V. Terrariums ,'%' !. Lot 3 Dish Gardens
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Lot 3 Epicia Lot 1 Small 1 foot or smaller 'in height .

Lot 4 Orchid Lot 2 Medium larger than 1 foot in height I,;

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back in 1976. And since the beginning Jane Parrish has been thereto
help you place advertising, start a subscription or tell you
who to get in touch with if you have a newsworthyitem
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Thread Rugs FLORIST
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Starke, Fla. 32091 STOP BY !
Free Instructions AND FURNITURE,

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Home Delivery 9647019Shuford's
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