Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 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 T Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

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101st Year STARKE FLORIDA 29 Cents Copy
I' ..', 37th Issue Thursday.April 3.19HO USPS 062-700

f ;'. All-Out, Combined Effort Urged

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f r :]For Wood Burning Generator

,I" ;$tarke's complex "taskforceapproach" sional support from of indicate 40 million'tons of wood

." in efforts to obtain a ficeholders. are wasted in Florida annually,
multi-million dollar wood-fired Gurin was accompanied to the and that 40 percent of this
,electric/ generating plant took a meeting by Earl Jones, president amount could be salvaged and
t ',step: forward Tuesday night of Crown Lumber Co., who used for generating power. In
'tnlssioner with the appointment of Com- was commended by Mayor Ver- terms of energy this would be

Ted Oglesby, already non Silcox for his pioneer effortsin equal to 80 million barrels of oil,
c': 'serving as utilities chairman, to exploring the possibilities of Jones said. He also estimatedthe

[also serve as the city's agent in producing energy from wood cost of generating the city's
connection with the proposed wastes. Silcox said Jones had power needs would be cut ap-
t t'federal( grant application. first discussed the potentialswith proximately one-third by the

'" Robert M. Gurin, of the him more than a year ago. use of wood waste.
private>> consulting firm Alternative If Starke should get the grant Gurin said that all criteria fac-
rY Energy Advancement, and convert its plant to wood- tors on which the alternate

Inc., of St. Augustine, told burning, Jones plans to apply energy grants will be made seem
'Tuesday night's City Commis- for funds to expand his operation to be met by Starke. He said the

'subn meeting that integrating and add new equipment to plant, if constructed here, could
,the services of the University of chip wood waste for use in the be used as a model

Florida, the city administration, plant. "pre-production prototype" for
1Ilw 'and the various sub-contractors Jones has said that estimates other towns and small cities. F

? f 1y- the the proposed conversion of

power plant to a wood-
s burning operation must be
handled by a task-force of in- Confused Market '

4 Jt ,diyiduals who will be assigned ,' '
Specific= areas of responsibility "

''within the framework of approved .\, ,
project plans! and budgets. Postpones Sale ; :

i Gurin said the gathering of

material for the grant.application

which could range up to Of Housing Bonds
"$10 million should be an,all-out ,
.,Community, effort involving
many/ local people. Gurin gave Confusion in the current'bond its special, for

I, n 1 i ,C1,r t! the council a four-page list of 25 market has caused a 30 to 60 higher interest exemption rate than allowed a

" f, areas the city should cover in itsgrant day delay In the,sale of the $7 by state regulations from the
application. Oglesby told million bond issue''proposed) by State Board of Administration

:...J. -'- 'Jmtat6nll:' >akeadjusj? ;, .t n42 -., .,,,'tb$"Housing,FinancekAuthcuritju, .expires..... /* ,'.* --""**-*F T"-
. items and that td finance middle income betas, .
t all 'persons _.contacted had ing. After consultation l
:.... Friday,
/ responded enthusiastically.City "The bond market is very March 28, with the f
-.a I a@ Attorney George Pierce unstable at this point," says St.petersburg investment banking

....... was I instructed to prepare a HFA board chairman George firm of Fisher
\V. Johnson
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resolution to be the
adopted by Roberts, Starke realtor. "We'veput Allen & Burke Inc., fiscal agent'ee'
Connie Guynn and'Christie Crosby, both 9 and Queen at the 27th annual page nt. council by April 15, backing up it on hold for several weeksin Bonds
from Worthington Springs"get a thrill from the Early fair goers try out the rides Tuesday night its March 21 vote to seek a hopes the bond market will Page 12A
scrambler Wednesday afternoon,at the county when things were still being put in place for the share of the $2.2 billion stabilize." "
fair, just before the rain came. fair. If you got to the gate at the right time Tuesday available through the federal A large amount of such bonds
night you could get in free, looking like one of government's program to hit the market recently and in- BHS Scientists I
Robbin Stephens is shown Saturday night many people fixing up their booth or taking in a develop sources of alternate terest rates keep climbing as the
shortly after she was crowned 1980 Strawberry project. energy. N prime interest goes up, thereby t

.. Gurin presented an outline for making the current bond market Do Best Ever

mite mown (!Erf er Miss America Due converting the plant generatorsto unfavorable.
Thursday wood-burning capability Expected any day now is the
stages that he said would cause bond rating from Standard & At State Fair

no interruption of services and Poor and Moody's, the two major
30th County'Fair Opens no risk."beyond" that of the ex- New York bond rating agen- Bradford High seniors Betsy
isting system. cies. The local HFA board still Yawn and Janice Jockel becamethe

"The information to be hopes for at least an"A"rating, first BHS students to ever
developed will be used as a sales or maybe an "AA" rating. score third places and fellow
For Soggy 4-Day RunSUNDAY : tool designed to present the city Roberts said Tuesday the senior Beth Patray won a$2,400
in the best possible light" to board hopes to sell the bonds at scholarship to Florida State
receive federal funds, Gurin a good enough interest rate to University with their entries in
Amid rainshowers the 30th Thursday were 50 percent'said said. He has repeatedly em-- hold the rate of interest to individual the State Science Fair held
edition of the Bradford County the weather man. phasized that who gets the' home buyers to around Wednesday through Saturday,
Fair got off to a soggy start County agent Bobby"1 Taylor grants will be a "political deci- 11 percent. March 26-29, at FSU.

APRIL 6 Wednesday, April 2. managed to come up with 10 sion" and has urged the city to HFA has approximately 60 "This was the best we've'ever
Strawberry Queen Robbin flats of big ripe Bradford County enlist local, state and congres- days to make a decision before done," BHS science fair coor-
HAPPY EASTER Stephens and County Commissioner strawberries from 10 different dinator Jerry McGriff said ,of
Hazel Paulk officially growers for the the girls' showing in a field of
Methodist BREAKFAST opened the fair at 11 a.m. agriculture booth at the fair, Mrs. Paulk 'Won 9t Run Again 337 science projects in the statewide <
Fellowship Hall Wednesday under
overcast despite the late freeze that has competition. The contest
8 lIm. $1.50 Includes skies with the traditional ribbon' delayed the crop., Bradford County Commis- She was subsequently- re- included Region Fair winners

,pancakes, sausage, coffee, juice cutting ceremony at the "That's'pr sioner Hazel Paulk, during her elected to a full term in from all over Florida. "Karen
fairgrounds bably most of the
on US 3pl north remarks Powell scored an honorable men-
at the opening of the September 1976.
ripe berries in the
MONDAY APRIL 7 Mrs. Paulk gave the welcoming now," said Jimmy Gaskins.county right Bradford County Fair, announced County Judge Eizie Sanders tion and Robin Chism got an
address in place of Fair Most that she would not be a candidate told the crowd at the opening of honorable mention a couple of
BRADFORD COUNTY Association president Lillian to pick this growers week are and beginning it looks for re-election during the fair that Mrs. Paulk was ap- years ago but until this yearwe'd "
COMMISSION g:30: e.m. Pearson who missed the fair's like the berries are 1980. pointed chairman of the State never had a third place.
ripening fast.
kickoff because of illness. She said she had been chair- Agriculture committee for the Yawn's project entitled
LAWTEY CITY COUNCIL Luther Hilliard had man of the "Cerebral Hemispheric
"The fair Is the top commission state board of county commis-
no longer
7::30 p.m. farmer's fair but a ,flat, second place went to.Tom agriculture committee over the sioners. He said she is the only Specialization of ShortTermMemory"
a people'sfair
my Cason, third to Ronnie last five years. women in the state to ever have took 3rd In' the
Paulk said
in her address
ELKS INSTALLATION ,Belmarez. ; Mrs. Paulk was appointed to been appointed to that high Behavorial and Social Sciences
welcoming an opening ,Set for the division and also won her a cer-
Covered Dish 7 p.m. Mtg. 8 p.m. crowd of about 75 She Wednesday ,county commission to serve position.,
also thanked the 100's of ,the, !annual nig1\iwas\ the balance of her late hus- She was elected vice-chairman tificate of excellence from the
'who worked thousands of people hours Swine Show open to band's, Dave Paulk, term after of the Bradford County Com- U.S. Army and a certificate
TUESDAY, 'APRIL 8 prior to the opening of the fair :.4-H''and:FFA.members who attend he died suddenly in December 'mission in January of this year from the American Speech;
Language and Associa '
Bradford or Union County 1974. by her fellow commissioners
making ready booths and
exhibits tion.Jockeys.
STARKE ZONING BOARD 7.30: p.m. for this year's event. schools. Some 75 pigs, a record
number, were expected to be .. project. "An
BROOKER COUNCIL' 7:30: p.m. Queen Bobbin", received the entered Analysis of Three Tennis
into thet swine show and Need
scissors from Mrs. Paulk to take sale!.iThe's le wAs'set Help ,With Census'Form? Topspin Forehands" won_3rd
HAMPTON COUNCIL 7:30p.m.: the honors of cutting the ribbon. Thurs in the Physics division. I
The day visbt. April 3. at 7 p.m. Was your nose counted in the 1980 census! ?,
wet skies and of
muddy Patray's study "Statistics
SCHOOL BOARD WORK SESSION Miss America, Cheryl Prewittof If you received the census form-long or short-*and have fail,
fairgrounds marred the first of of Factors Affecting the
ed to fill
it In
return to the
1 p.m the fair's four day run, keeping Ackerman. Mississippi, will needed Census Bureau because you Literacy Test"* won honorable,
visit the fair Thursday.April 3, asalatance carry it to the Bradford County courthouse
attendance down although mention in Mathematics
way where and
Courtesy Ol the staff of office
from 2-4 and from 7-9 any including the zoning office and
predictions I for pm.
''' were booming election Computers, a certificate from
office will be to f
glad assist
JACKSON BUILOIKGrSUPPLY .. crowds. The Division of The'Bradford' nioQ 4-H and If you did not receive' a form, write you.to the UJSCensu,' the Florida chapter of the
Forestry was predicting FFA Steer Show is American Statistical
more set for Friday District Office Jacksonville Association
Of Starke rain for Wednesday night and' ,April 4,at 7:30: p.m. be mailed: to 32295 and request that a form and her scholarship
:Hwy .Iota 964-6078'' Thursday with 'clearing skies Highlight of the final day 1-OXK342-S874 to your make or ue* the toll-free number Juniors Mike Whiffen, Melllsa

I keystone H ..gntHy Friday, and the weather turning (Saturday, April 5)) will be the It la Important that your Bradford request. Mayo, Shera Mott, and 9th-
IOO And 21 A cooler and dryer' for the Bradford-Union County get credit for every grader Jeff
4-H and
43.4973 FFA person living within 'its boundaries. Be Taylor also com
weekend. Chances'' for rain Steer Sale to b'egin'at. 7 p.m.. in-" In the 1980 censua. sure you're "counted peted in the state competition
from BHS

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Broken Vehicle Causes Fined a total of $48 on two the Bradford County Road I xt r

$500 DamagesA cases of failure to display a Department maintenance yard,

1963 Dodge truck driven by drivers license and unlawful was originally charged, with
Clifford Coley,44 of Starke. speeding was San Owens. burglary with intent to commit
veered out of control Friday Donald Manning Cribbs pled petty theft and improper exhibition
guilty to driving while his of a dangerous weapon. He ,
morning, March 28 resulting in at ,..IIN/,/Mautr.fwq,
$500 in damages.A license was suspended or revoked was charged Tuesday, March

right rear hangar spring and was fined $55.50. 25, with trespassing with. a U ..!(

broke and caused the vehicle to dangerous weapon. t'
veer off the pavement onto the Handyway Store He was arrested after two .
west shoulder and into the Robbed of CashA deputies on a stakeout saw r- ''t I .''I

woods, striking a pine tree. The white male robbed Williams throw two gas cans ""It'
accident a Lawtey over the fence into the yard, '" ."
occurred seven and a '''
convenience store CR-225
on then climb the '"
half miles south of Starke on Wednesday night March 26, found no weapon when fence.he They was ... "JIt 1Jrre./1f: Ylr.f1AfJt. ,.. + 'I, ,
SR-100. ,
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fleeing with an undetermined taken into I.v
No citation was issued by the custody. .
amount of cash.According "
Williams has also been charged -. .
Highway Patrol.Juveniles ';t. 1./IA'q
to the Bradford ,
with violation of probation ina I''t\. '. .
County Sheriff's department .. ...
warrant signed by Bradford '
Injured In records, the man approachedclerk I" '
County Judge Elzie S. Sanders. '
AccidentTwo Linda L. Howell M" .A. .
Motorcycle of Starke Williams was served with the -0. rH 7Rr x y 1 ? .a EMI
juveniles were injured ina and asked for the money. He warrant Thursday, March 27. ; :
motorcycle-bicycle accident then fled with the cash When Williams was arrested, : I IF
Friday afternoon March 28, on deputies found the sheath of an _; ;, j.
road C-227, two and a half miles ice pick during a search at the
south of Starke. It resulted in Starke ManAttempts maintenance yard.Williams'was i

$100 damage to the vehicles. EscapeA a former employee of the road
Florida Highway Patrol department. P
Starke man, arrested Tues
records show 1979 Motorcross Williams trial F
a went on
day March 25, for failure to
bicycle ridden by Eric Mark child support, made a break pay for day, March 20, for four,counts
Wall, 8, of Starke, eastbound of
was the front door of the Bradford uttering a forgery (cashing a
on the southside pave- forged check) in Bradford Coun
County Jail and ended with
ment edge of C-227. Wall had to up
attempted charges filed ty.Circuit
off the due to escape
pull pavement a against him. Court Judge R.A.
truck from the Green Jr. ordered
approaching direct
a verdict
Marks 27
was being
rear.A. held in jail for Alachua County of acquittal when his lawyer
1972 Honda motorcycle number of
officials presented a cases to
to pick Marks attempted
operated by Clinton Wayne an up.when he asked show that the state did not prove
Moore, 14 of Starke failed to escape that Williams knew th
officials for the locationof
jail We're
slow down Wall from
striking checks were forged when he
soft drink
a machine. After
behind. Moore, and a passengeron being told there cashed them at the bank I in Ten of 12 strawberry growers were able to hay, and The Telegraph added another Bradford
his motorcycle, Jeff Paterson Marks made a break for was the none door Starke.As deliver flats of big ripe Bradford berries for the product to we're growing. They are Wendy

13, of Starke, were ejected but was caught. a result of that decision, fair. Luther Milliard's flat was judged the tops. Thornton; Heidi Sapp 3; Wesley White 3, and
from their vehicles. the state dropped charges The booth consists of strawberries, eggs, and Heather Sapp, 4.
The Highway Patrol said
Man against Loretta Catherine
Moore and Paterson were takento Charged With Allen, 34, of Lake Butler and Commissioner Silcox
Bradford County Hospital in Grand TheftA Robert Demps, 27, of Starke. States Position on Zoning DirectorIn

Starke where Paterson was 26-year-old Starke man was Both were scheduled to to
go to the
a postscript council ed
out and did
treated in the emergency room arrested and charged with trial on two counts of uttering a meeting Mayor Commissioner learned not'vote when he Silcox also expressed
and released after treatment. grand theft and a misdemeanor forgery. Vernon Silcox reviewed his the plan was to hire Al displeasure with newspaper

Moore was admitted to the possesion of marijuana in a joint tion on the matter of a part-time posi- Crosby at a salary of $12.000. reports and an editorial in The
hospital for observation and investigation by the Starke Telegraph supporting a full-time
Juveniles Injured In zoning official saying he had "I didn't think he was what we
was released by the hospital on Police Department and the favored zoning official. He said some
AccidentTwo employing a "college needed the
Motorcycle at time, Silcox said,
Sunday, March 30. Bradford County Sheriffs graduate" who could handle the good things the council does are
"It is
stating not
The highway patrol cited Department. juveniles were injured in office a personal not reported by the news media,
part-time and give some thing, and never has been. We
a motorcycle-bicycle accident
Moore for vehicle Randall Wayne Moody who "don't give fairshake"
operating a was assistance us a
to the
city clerk in need to tighten beltsthe
Friday afternoon;March 28, our ,
arrested on .
without a valid drivers license Thursday, March 27, other -
matters. He said he walk
Road C-227 two and half miles mayor
and reckless driving. when Deputy Don Denton and a
Patrolman Eston G. Mosher, south of Starke. It resulted in
Judge Fines SevenIn working with the aid of an infor- $100 damage to the vehicles. -

Traffic Court mant and armed with a search Florida ,Highway Patrol '

Sanders County fined Judge seven Elsie S.in warrant Starke.,'went They Moody's recovered housein items .. records bicycled MOW ridden a 19.79.by Motqrcross Er1c..MarkWall. Desks For Home:; Or:l.Off icefibs ,. ;,: '

persons stolen from two burglaries in re- 8, of Starke, was eastbound -
court Thursday,
27 for offenses. cent weeks in the Starke area. on the southside pavement -
various edge of C-227. Wall had to
recovered a tool box
Eugene Luther pled guil- that pull off the due to \ '
pavement a
was stolen on March 12 'I
to five of unlawful
ry cases
from the Department of truck approaching from the ;
speed, and was fined $140 on ",
Transportation maintenanceyard J
those Luther cases.was fined $18 on a no on Edward's Loop Road in rear.A 1972 Honda motorcycle fm\ Priced From $9495Tr
Starke. operated by Clinton Wayne
tag case and $18 on an expiredtag Moore, 14, of Starke. failed to ':
recovered were 15 ; ,
He also ., .
case. pled not guiltyto
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bundles of slow down striking Wall from Y
two counts of driving while shingles t .. "TL. t ....
recently stolen form Starke behind. Moore, and a passengeron \\Ii d :ja.-
his license was suspended or Builders Supply. his motorcycle Jeff Paterson 'I -- I"...-.. ........I' I .w
revoked. Afterward he __
13, of Starke, were ejected lot >- ,.. .... .
Moody was arraigned before '1 .
valid license
court.presented a in Bradford County Judge Elzie S. from their vehicles. :-. _/' .....- .

James Gladwell Sanders, who released him on The Highway Patrol said
pled no con-
his own recognizance. Moore and Paterson were takento
test to willfull and wanton
Bradford County Hospital in
reckless driving and was fined
Starke where Paterson was
$55.50. He also pled guilty to Additional Charges Filed
treated in the
leaving the scene of an accident Against Jail InmateA emergency room -KnavholaRallfcap -
and released after treatment.
and was fined $86.50. In addi- 11 t
28-year-old Starke man has Moore was admitted to the
tion, he in failure : -
pled guilty to had additional charges filed hospital for observation and

immediately report an accident against him while he is being was released-by the hospital on '
and was fined $86.50. housed in the Bradford County Sunday, March 30. -PerdestmlGet Ready For Summer'tfmfMAK .
Kenneth Charles Hamptonwas Jail in Starke with the bond
set The highway patrol cited
r. ..
fined $23 court costs on a at 1500. 9 ,
Moore for operating a vehicle
violation of drivers license Curtis Lee Williams who
was without a valid drivers license a..k.MSATELLITE"
restriction case. arrested March 1 for burglary of and reckless driving. FAN
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Robbie Stephens... is Strawberry- Queen- .. 'I 2- .

A sunburned Robbin Elaine and college coeds. All the con Miss Baldree, a junior at .
Stephens was crowned testants had a personal interview BHS, is active in 4-H and has a 1
Strawberry Queen for 1980 with the judges Saturday steer entered in the county fair
before a capacity crowd in the' afternoon.Finals of the competition competition. She belongs in the
Bradford High School were held Saturday night Junior Civitan Club and is vice-
auditorium Saturday night. with the. modeling of sport- president of the Little Women's
March 29.Robbin. swear, swimwear, and eveningwear. Club.
the 16-year-old .. Other contestants in the ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary The queen's sunburn provedno pageant were Deborah Ann
Stephens of Starke,hadn't plan- obstacle to the judges. The Baez, Joy Carol Bell, Lorrie
ned to enter the Strawberry 5'4" BHS junior coed spent four Anne Chappell, Pennirae Hunt,
Pageant, but did so at the urging days at the beach. prior to the Deborah Elaine Ratliff,
of her mother who coor- contest. Catherine Ann Schoening, Sher- "
I dinated the pageant for the 'Robin chose an over-all shorts tee Lynn Shinn, and Renee I
Junior Woman's Club and who set with a straw hat and hand Franann Williams.
needed contestants after only bag adorned with strawberries.She Master of ceremonies was A
seven girls had entered and the modeled a mint green John P. Brookins of the Bar FBI I
deadline had to be extended. bathing! suit and a baby blue blzon School of Modeling.
Robin was sponsored by Mit- lace-over-taffeta off the shoulder Judges were Charles Chaput,
chell's Drug Store. evening gown with an empire senior customer engineer for
Queen Robbin will reign over waist. IBM, Gainesville; Ms. Deborah
the four-day Bradford County Robbin is a member of the Craig Ray, news reporter for
Fair this week, beginning with BHS Girl's Glee Club, the Con Channel 17 television in
last : QueenRobbin
Pageant Saturday night were
the ribbon cutting ceremony cert Chorus, and is the faculty Jacksonville and hostess for"AM" The Fairest, Them All... Stephens center; first runner-up and
annual staff. Rob- Nick Suskin, realtor
of the
editor ;
which officially 'opened the fair
Wednesday morning. bin was voted Homecoming Gainesville, and George Beauty winners in the 27th- annual. Strawberry Miss Congeniality Virginia Crawford at left and
second Tammie Baldree, at right.
"My mother," Robbin Queen of the Art Club. Hobbies Wullaert, president of Stewart runner-up .
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answered after much thought include sketching, sewing, and Coffee Company, Jacksonville. r-----------------------------------------------j
when asked who she would roller skating. She had plannedto Tabulator was John Bradley of
rather be if she could be another enter a sheet and pillow case Southern Discount Co., Starke.
I person, her final question after set she made in the fair but i i iI
I the five finalists were selected. didn't at the last minute. BHS Council
i Robbin was crowned by 1979 Robbin's ambition is to MOVING' SALE -
Strawberry Queen Sarah Biggs become a physical therapist anda Tickets For
now a student at Santa Fe Com- homemaker.The I 1fir' I
munity College. new queen is the recipientof Sound
and from SystemIn * *
First runner-up was Virginia 40 awards prizes ;"; ":1 :
.Gail Crawford, 17-year-old area merchants, including a full :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil scholarship valued at $800 to order to purchase a new
'Crawford of Raiford Road and the Barbizon School of Model P.A. system for the auditoriumat I I
sponsored by: Leila's Dress ing in Jacksonville. The queen Bradford High School, the WE WILL MARK DOW
received silver bowl from the Bradford High School Student Exceptional Savings :
Shop, where she works. Miss a : ALL HOMES TO PREVENT
Crawford was also chosen Miss Chamber of Commerce and $50 Council is selling giftcer- ..' ,Jr.
Congeniality by her fellow con cash from the Junior Woman's tificates in conjunction. with I On Fleetwood \-- J MOVING I
testants. That award, a silver Club, $75 in savings bonds, Wendy's. Mobile Homes ". '.."'\ II- ., .
Jana $170 in gift certificates, 15 free The fund-raising project I ; "'"< 'I"'C. .,"..,\: ?. THEM TO .
tray, was presented by I '":.. r4 ." -I Ii", .....h. _' tI .
Godwin, Miss Congeniality of meals, plus gifts of merchan began April 1 and continues FeaturinSThe 'j..Il ,;.'ltJ,!!:.; yt! ; .,. .
through April 20. The council r r "vi : OUR NEW
1979.Second runner-up was Tammy dise.First runner-up Virginia has 5,000 tickets to sell. If it I Stonerid s i 'j Q I 1 _I' ,U II IIII III! fr L LOCATION I
Gail Baldree, the 17-year-old Crawford received 14 awards, sells all the tickets, it will earn \t,. .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. including a silver bowl from the $2,500 to purchase a new sound I I Crownpoint 'i., .....:'.:t..iJJj: {:'"..' ..i. &t\1.:\.. ..,.!": ". .. j.v: .
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Charles Baldree of Theressa and Chamber and $25 cash from the system and a new sign for the ,..iI'r.,," '
sponsored by attorney J.J.. Junior Woman's Club. front door of the school. I ,".. I
Wolbert. Second runner-up Tammy The tickets allow for the purchase
Have Lost Our Downtown Location To The New Post Office We Will Move North On Hwy 21 .
The two other finalists were Baldree also received 14 awards, of Wendys food,, which includes I r We
Sue Ann Meadows, 16, daughter including a silver bowl from the hamburgers, french fries, .
of Bill Meadows of Starke, and Chamber and $15 cash from the chili, and salds, to name a few
Sheila Marie Starling, 16, Junior Woman's Club. Tickets may be purchased at I JOIN BROWN'S MOBILE HOME CENTER I

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Miss Crawford, a senior at the main office at the high 473-3775 Keystone Heights .
Starling of Graham. BHS, is the 1980 homecomingqueen school. HWY21 ._ -_.
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and voted
Miss Stephens, selected queen was-
by a panel or four out-of-county Popular in the., senior class.
judges whose names were kept Virginia works at Leila's'"and
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Newspaper Subscriptions Were Considered; y 'VI ley .. + fY r, i

Too High at $i.50Per Year ,in 1919 ) at ,'


And folks thought prices were high The Florida Times-Union had just is not being enforced because It Is impossible will be 13 cents, but will weigh several
In.9181! raised Its rate to $9 per year, compared for the marshal to be ounces more. (Signed W.M. r ;) %*
to Its current (1980) rate of$43. everywhere at once. But every owner Bryan-May 11, 1917. ._ %(
In a story headlined "NewspaperRates Subscription rates on most Florida of an automobile should know that,
Up", The Telegraph reportedIn weekly newspapers now range from besides the danger of fast driving,the -
1U Issue of July 12, 1918: "Nearlyall $8 to$10.And suction from the rubber tires tends to Adding to the Inflationary troublesof
of the better class of weekly loosen the bricks In the streets that
people complained about Infla- this period was the fact one of
newspapers in the state have been thereby making the pavements
tion In 19181! Bradford County's main sources of income
charging $1.50 per year for some uneven. The pavement was not ,its Sea Island cotton,was being
time, and there is now a designed for a race track." e
strong/ro- devastated by the boil weevil. We
bability that they Those who grumole about 55 milean quote:
necessary to advance to $2. Papers hour speed limits on the highways -
cannot be sold at minimum rates today may be comforted by this item "Mr. W.C. Kerce; a prominent
when everything else Is sky high and Another Inflation Item: "After May
from a 1917 issue: 'citizen of the Palestine district,was a r
the publisher who undertakes to 15 all six-cent bread and sweet goods visitor to Starke last Saturday. In
maintain the old rate in this time of "The ordinance forbidding faster will be ten cents but will be made speaking of the ravages of the boll
high prices invites bankruptcy." driving than ten miles on our streets larger and heavier. The 12-cent bread weevil in his section during the past

cotton season Mr. Kerce told the
reporter of one of his neighbors who
," ... '" ,. rented out farm YJWs
a on a sharecropplan
and received only 1-1/2 pounds of

'iiiiiiiCount I : I : cotton as his share of the crop. ,
: : Several other instances of almost
total failure were mentioned,
them where the Ice Cream
"' being one case
farmer hada large acreage plantedand County Fair attenders are treated to homemade ice cream Wednesday I
., did not even pick it over, the cot- chicken
In! ton being so scarce that It would not along with a fried
Yourself pay to harvest It.-March 21. 1919


According to the latest projection dated Ju- count. Representation in Congress is also a Old trees along the streets of Starke Building Permits Rebound in March I

ly 1 1979. Bradford County now has a popula- factor and it is hoped that Florida will be were a problem even as far back as I i'
July 1922 when this Item was printed: After a mild decline in the Other permits issued in
tion of 17,506 men, women and children.But alloted two more U.S. representatives on the first two months of 1980 March included 10 mobile
basis of its 1980 population. If thousands of "The three old maples on the north
issued the homes for commercial
whether or not the 1980 census now in side of Call Street, between the cour- building permits by $79,900; one
: missed By the it will "
are census un-
people zoning office reboundedin (convenience store'
and W.F. Edwards' place, county at
progress will show this number or more thouse
depends upon the residents of Bradford County doubtedly affect some of these important pro- have been removed thls-week. The March to a gain of over Graham), $33,000; one church at

grams. trees blocked the sidewalk and In- $100,000 above February totals. Lawtey $46.400. and 17 Additions
terfered with the light wires.
One sure way to improve the accuracy of the 48660. All permits'for
Apparently a substantial number of 1980 head count is for all Americans to pitch in "The town's oldest Inhabitants triedin Most marked increase"was for the month totaled $565,39

households were missed in the census mail-out and cooperate. Participation in the census is a vain to remember when the trees single family dwellings (SFD) Permits for the first quarter of
and did not receive the form in their mail box were set out. A tradition has it that
civic obligation necessary to ensure a fair and with 11 permits totaling 1980 totaled $1.461,709. a;.716;
last weekend. The Starke postoffice is receiv- equitable distribution of our national after the railway had been built $357,430 issued in March as percent gain over the first
through the present site of Starke In
ing a number of phone calls from persons who resources.It 1856 one Fuller who owned the land, compared to only two SFD per-i quarter of 1979 which totaled
failed to receive the form and want to know ran a lane from the track west mits issued in February. 1259568. 'v;
what to do about it. is necessary for a nation like a family or a through his field and set out maple

business enterprise to pause every now and trees on both sides of it.
If missed write to the U.S. Census
you were ,
then to take an inventory of itself. It needs to -
District Office, Jacksonville, Fla. 32295 and know where it is where its people and in
"This lane named Call Street
ask that form be mailed to Or was
you. you may
call toll-free number 1-800-342-5874 and what kind of shape economically and otherwise after the town had been mapped and P; ::.:;
a they find themselves at this time. Otherwise the stumps taken out. In the days of
make the same request if you can get your how can programs be designed to help dark streets these trees were ornamented :l ..
call through. Apparently this number is being them improve their condition.The with daubs of whitewash on .'o'r. :
swamped with calls and you are lucky if you their east sides to allow the doughty ':

an answer. citizens after their nightly sojournsat .
get .
time-honored census is the best and the saloons to find their way homein The early Indonesians believed the earth was supported
Persons who received a form and need really the only way the United States has the dark or If they fell by the by stone pillar.

assistance in filling it out may come to the found for accomplishing this purpose. under wayside to find friendly shelter
them while they slept off their
courthouse in Starke where all county officials wassail."
welcomes the task of
have offered the assistance of their offices in Although no one fillingout
a government form and a few may resent :-
giving this help to those who request it.
some of the more personal questions asked -
It is to Bradford thatit in the it will be to benefit But the 1920's were a great time for LETTERSTO ;
very important County long run, everyone's women's rights when the first Brad- i iI! .
get full credit for every one of its residents. present and future, to say "Here I am..countme ford County women registered to vote .
Many state and federal appropriations and in." in the fall of 1920, according to this

grants are based on population figures. Some item: THE ITOR.a Vii
;$50'billion"'a'year'ln federal funds ranging .. If you received a census form but failed to ., *>; ::
fill it out and send it indo so now. If you fail- C.A. Knight registration officer for i, UJ'- ,Ir' ,1 'ff t n1' ;, '
from general revenue sharing to highway Bradford County, received Instructions .
ed receive don't lose time
aid to one any more afternoon the
assistance, public library construction, to Tuesday covering
before writing in or telephoning with a request registration of women voters.
the and revenue sharing funds are
poor INMATE-ESCAPE PROBLEMDear The citizens of Bradford County had
that form be haste.Parents'
sent to 1
a you post
allocated on the basis of the census head "The first woman to register In better wake up to the fact that there
Bradford County was Mrs. Mary O. Editor: are over 10,000 inmates housed within
Wainwright wife to Tax Assessor I am really getting concerned about a 30-mile radius of their homes! 'Just
N.D. Wainwright. A little later in the the Inmate-escape problem facing the by sheer numbers and percentages of
Help NeededParents day Mrs. Alma McMillan of the citizens of Bradford County and other probability we can expect frequent
clerical force In the county clerk's office nearby counties. escapes and further crime-related incidents
took the necessary oath and Are we to be continually confrontedby from escapees In our com-
qualified as an elector. escapees leaving the nearby Institutions munity by our very proximity to these

of school children should all in growing numbers and Institutions.Of .
age go
"These ladies were not the because of overcrowding
among course
frequency? And worst of all- are we
out to with school administrators in
cooperate suffrage agitators and took no part in to learn about these escapees 24 to 45 high-employe turnover
tr their efforts to control the acknowledged problem the campaign to enfranchise women hours later on our local radio station's and poor medical facilities. FSP or
of marijuana sale and use on the school but now that votes for women Is an ac- morning news? UC1 could not become another New
campus. complished fact they expressed Or are we to learn about an escape Mexico or Utica-could they?
themselves as believing that women after some innocent teenager has --Very Concerned Citizen
SiftCENSUS School officials have pointed out that most of generally should register and vote." been raped and taken hostage\ ? Starke, Fla.

the problem occurs between the hours of 7:45

and 8:30: a.m., just prior to the opening of GHEETINGS: FROM ('OSTHIC,\

school in a wooded area across from the BHS FORESTRY

football stadium and off the school campus. Editor Telegraph: .

1 Parents are urged to bear this in mind and IL IN BRADFORD COUNTY by !Mark Fries about Several Costa years Rica ago and I wrote our planned to you

be more careful where they drop their I) retirement there (my husband is
children off when they bring them to school. retired Navy).. ..

School officials do not have jurisdiction over Since then -I have been so busy get
the students until they are actually on the Seedy characters don't usually do The palms grown by the Division of ting settled into our new way of life
and some drug transfers made much to enhance the reputation of an Forestry aren't your everyday palms that' I haven't had time to write
campus are organization. You might say the Divi- either. They're a special hybrid call- However, listening today to the news
before the children enter the school grounds.The sion of Forestry Is an exception ed Maypan Palms developed to resist from the U.S....gloom, wars, energy
however. Lethal Yellowing a disease that has crises the shrinking dollar and the
full extent of drug use at BHS is difficultto
devastated the palm in
population troubles of poor Jimmy Carter, it occurred
determine, but school officials say six or One of the major services the Divi- South Florida. The Maypan was to me that your readers might
seven students have been suspended for up to sion performs for the citizens of the developed by crosspollinatingspecies enjoy the second episode in the"Saga
I ten days for the use of marijuana on school state is to offer low-cost tree seedl- of palms called Malayan of the Birds." ,
ings and it takes a whole lot of Dwarf with Panama Tall Coconut
grounds the current term.
during "seedy" individuals to produce 50 Palms. In past years several thou- We moved bag and baggage io i

The administration is attempting to meet million trees a year. sand Dwarf palms were distributed in Costa Rica three years ago and have
Southeast Florida by the Division but been
happily settled in Ranchos
the '
problem head-on and heavy campus The Division of Forestry's InterestIn the Maypan Is better suited to Marl osta. The only flaw was our Inability
supervision has been set up during the lunch tree seeds runs the gamut In termsof Florida's environment. The Division to find easily-accessible

hour in an attempt to prevent students from seed size and collection methods. expects it to take another couple registered beach property. Probablya
becoming involved in marijuana traffic or Among the 30 or so species of trees years of development before having blessing in disguise for it made us
other illegal activitiesA grown by the state agency are nine enough of the palms to offer them for look to Colombia (another democratic
varieties of Eucalyptus which has sale however. republic where it turned out it cost
no-visitor policy is in force at Bradford one of the smallest seeds of any tree- even less to live than Costa Rica).
High in an effort to prevent outside about the size of a grain of pepper.On The seeds used to grow the millionsof There we found Palmas de Oro/4
persons seedlings each are collectedby
f year lovely old coconut plantation on the
I from contacting students during school hours. 'the other "side of the coin the both Division of Foresty personneland Caribbean. And to complete its unit
Anyone entering the BHS campus should first Division has an orchard of coconut private citizens. And there are que setting when we looked away
visit the administrative office to let school officials palms which produce the largest many methods used to get them. from the sea we saw. towering over 'I.

know they are on campus and are there seed of any tree.; everything 19,000 feet high and snow-
for Sometimes a step ladder and pail capped, majestic Mount Columbus of
a legitimate errand. Both the Eucalyptus and palm ire are all that's needed. At other times the Sierra Nevadas. :
more sophisticated equipment like It be hard to believe hunt
Parents can assist in this effort by Interesting stories. mar
tree shakers or bucket lifts must be green palms blue sky and
cooperating with the school in every way The Eucalyptus is an exotic species used. ocean, pounding surf and golden
possible particularly in the matter of where Introduced to the United States from sand snow-capped mountains but It
Tho Christian, Scionco, Monitor, they drop their children off when bringing Australia. From that tiny seed comes After they're picked they must be is all there In Palmas de Oro on the
them to school. one of the fastest growing trees in the dried to prevent unwanted fungus Pan American Highway near Santa
growth. Then for most seeds they're Marta oldest and most fascinating city :
world. It's been known to grow 25 feet ready to be planted. One extra step is in all of the Americas. ]
In a single year, and some have grownto needed for Bald Cypress however. So now we have two loves: our r
over 50 feet in height In their first Cypress has a spherical-shaped cone ranch In Costa Rica and beach in Col
HKAl>MIN/ IY r three years. composed of many seeds massed umbia. We feel we have discovered anew '(
,4 i kMMtfR together. The ordinary procedure Is exciting American frontier and
ssstr The palm one variety of which is to knock them apart with a rubber are eager to share our find with
tigraptr the state tree (Sabal Palm), really mallet after drying. 'others. (If you think you are too old
Isn't a' tree at all. Taxonomically for adventure, we are 59 and 63 and
speaking, the palm Is a closer relativeto The Division of Forestry does It a both of us have battled and,. so far,
grasses than to a tree which is little more Interestingly on occasion,' conquered cancer!)
-4T ON EOBG. FERGUSON JOHNM.MILLER about as startling as the fact that however. The seeds are spread out on Write us at P.O. Box 157, Liberia
Pubhsh.rs'ublhh.d Spanish Moss Is a member of the concrete at the nursery where they'll Guanacaste Costa Rica and sen
pineapple family."Foresters be planted and visitors to the facilityare your letters by International air mail
oath Thunder and anlorad.t. consider the palm a upon the seeds are broken apart Mow from Latin America we will'
Subscription. ,.t.ln trad.,...t T,.,v.." IS ill MonthtOuMld tree though, because It is so much and in this way many of Florida's you salad (health), dinero (wealth)
trdara: 110'.,v..,; $5.SO Si. Month like a appearance said state citizens help to propagate a species of and amor (Jovell')I -
'ban.Md-olOS' sari, Florid.. Reforestation Supervisor John tree that once was one of the dominant -Juanita Bit

,Q'Meara. trees In the state. (Mrs.Lewis M.BirtPage

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st Doris Overstreet Renominated PresidentAt

Hospital AuxiliaryBradford

County Hospital Auxiliary Ada Reddish, first vice-president; Mrs. Cornelia Nail were voted in as
held their March dinner-meeting Mildred Frick, second vice- new members.
I Monday night at the Western Steer president; Muriel Gilhooly, recording Mrs. Early gave a report on the
Steak House where Ida Lee Plummer, secretary; Nellie McGee, correspon- President's Council meeting for Nor-
chairman of the nominating committee ding secretary; Linda Johns, theast district at which she and Mrs.
presented the names of officers treasurer The new officers will be Installed Overstreet attended last week in
+ .ql .1 r .for 1980-81. .I| at the April meeting. Orange Park and Jacksonville.
Voted to serve with Mrs.Overstreetare Mrs. Overstreet presided over the Twenty-six members and two prospective
Bernadine Early,president-elect.; meeting where committee reports members attended Mondaylght'
were given. Mrs.Mary Sessions and meeting

Small World Kids Visit Reptile Land Raye Padgett
Celebrates 2nd (Q1FLV ) '
Children of the Small World Day Cm>school In Stoke got elementary school kids, who made their trip Friday.March 28.
to see the alligator, make, monkeys, and birds of Reptile They did see lot.of animal though-counting off 21 different Birthday
Land, tha Highland Park moo, during th sir Spring break last kind of critter tti ley'cl Men. on their drive back to Starke. Catherine Raye Padgett celebratedher
w Her the older groi' p..t a spider monkey. Pictured are second birthday Saturday,March
Pra-achool children went Thursday, Mi arch 27. They got the Small World owner.operator Elaine Nugent. Jimmy Nugent 22, with a party at the home of her
extra treat of being hosed down by JI!,gga, the mischievous Jr.In her arm,and ,the heads from left to right belong to:Jody parents, Greg and Julie Padgett in
'..ehlmpanxM who waita for zoo watchers i it the end of the Rep- Hammond, Tammy, Patterson, Pam Zurfluh, LUa Tierney, Lawtey.. ,l.LrNr 4 at..A' &t cM' ,
'lib Land trail Jason Morin Kane 'Milton, Mikey Tierney, Ron Zurfluh, The 28 guests enjoyed a beautiful ,
; ; Jlgga ..... tired and not up to aquli,rung Small World' Jody Embry, Mlchi,Iii Oarrah and Candy Roberta. Holly Hobbie cake and ice cream during 8TARKC. FUORIDA .
the party hours.
Assisting with the party was Raye's With
,;:Engaged Couple Jan Norman- aunt Mrs. Jean Norman.

Honored At Jimmy Tompkins Among those attending were her
sister, Brandyn, her grandparents,
ReceptionDavid to wed SaturdayMrs. Harley and Betty Hazen of Deer Springs DALLAS BLEVIHS .

:' \ Libby and Miss Merle Butler, Joyce C. Norman announces Lake, Keystone Heights, her
''whose marriage will be an event of the wedding of her daughter Jan to great-grandmother, Mrs. O,J.
May 24 in Jacksonville, were honored Jimmy Tompkins, son of Rev. and (Evelyn) Norman of Lawtey and her & J
at reception\ Sunday, March 'n, In Mrs. James T. Tompkins, Sr. of grandmother, Mrs. Mary Padgett of April! 11,12 13,1980SERVICES
the library of the Bradford County Starke. Starke.
Hospital from 2 to 4 p.m. given by the The wedding will take place Satur- Out-of-town guests were Paul and
employees of the hospital where Mr. day, April 5, at 5 p.m. in the First Vickie Hazen Rewak and daughter,
Libby Is the administrator.The Baptist Church of Raiford. Carrie of Jacksonville. .
party room was decorated In A reception will follow at the That night Raye attended a weiner
the colors of pink and lavender. The Raiford Community Center. All roast at the home of her uncle Randy
cake table was covered with a white friends and relatives are cordially in- Padgett in Waldo who also celebrateshis .
lace cloth over a lavender liner and vited to attend. birthday on March 22.
was centered with a two-tiered cake Friday-Saturday 7:30'PM.' : | .
topped with cheribums and balanced IT
with two small cakes ,flanked on '
either side with arrangements of pinki The John Kennys Woman's Club Sunday 10 & 11 A.M.. & 7:30 P.M:
azaleas and bridal wreath in silver
i To Meet April 9
,1 I candelabras. To Observe
Behind the cake table were two The Starke Woman's Club will hold '
huge wedding bells with their names Ricky Melanie Ellington Cribbs Jr. 25th AnniversaryJohn their annual luncheon-meeting
scrolled in lavender.The Wednesday. April 9, at 12:15: at the
punch table was covered with a club house. Building located 3 mi South, of Starke on US 301
white lace cloth over lavender. and Melanie Cribbs, and Alice Kenney will observe Hostesses will be Mrs. Ervin An- .
centered with a punch bowl and flanked Ricky Ellington, Jr. their 25th wedding anniversary Sun- drews, chairman, Mrs. O.L. Beasley at Junction of S-227 (Brooker Road)
day, April 13, at a reception from 2 to
with arrangements of pink azaleas Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. W.T.Jackson,
and bridal wreath. Silver trays held To Wed April 12 S p.m. at their home on Bayless Mrs. J.W. Kincaid, Mrs. C.A. Knight,
nuts and mints. Highway given by their children. Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. HC Ritch ..
I Mrs. Millard Bryant of Sandersonand You Are /
Nolnvitations are being sent locally I
The gift table was covered with B.C. Cribbs of Jacksonville (at- and Mrs. Robert Ward.
but all friends and relatives are,invited -
white lace liner, and
oven. a pink "
nounce the'approaching marriage oftheir
.. to attend. bJIl ,
,! centered --with..: a i silver teapot' of daughter1, Melanie JoAnne .t:
aza" Il1"1IIfIi'! eath. Cribbs of Lake Butler to Havlis lot lajiJiounlu J'V. tdgm.A..* ,t,. .1 :". ." ", ,
The couple was presented a corsage Richard (Ricky) Ellington,Jr.,son of f
1 and boutonniere and each department Mr and Mrs. Harlis R Ellington of 'I,
;i presented them with gifts. Lake Butler Steve Denmark w intiabulonsshopping :

Stag HonoreeSteve
Hojfnemakers Club The wedding will be an event' of Party

To Meet April 10 Saturday,April 12,at 7:30: p.m. at the
Denmark, whose marriage to
I First Baptist Church in Lake Flutter
I Bradford County Homemaker'sclub with a reception following at the Lake Kitten Hull will be an event of May 17, spree
will meet Thursday, April 10, at Butler Community Center. was complimented at a stag party
10 a.m. at the Agriculture building in All friends and relatives of the cou- Friday night at the Starke Golf and
Starke. .. ple are invited to attend the Wedding Country Club. for new face.
Mrs. A.J. Barry of the Magic Needle reception. The 35 friends attending enjoyed a your ,
will demonstrate several new fried chicken dinner and fellowship
craft sewing and embroidery, techni- during the evening. !
ques.Everyone. 'IIStF iP"
is Invited to attend. ... "! \

Methodists to Have Jackaorivillv Businarss.fftavivw. .. s'
Sunrise Service / .... ,
T Methodist Youth will hold '"
Easter Sunrise services on Easter
Sunday, April,beginning at 7 a.m. in MUST ANG MOBILE HOMES INC. '.
the sanctuary of the First United Cloronc ReId Sales Manager ."*
Methodist Church. < k ,
J The youth will participate In the Featuring new and urted mobile homes and specializing In service -9 trrnM

service and Youth Director,Don Den- with a capital "5". MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES at 4118 Phillips Hwy. in
ton, will bring the Easter. message. t
I Jacksonville, phone 7374366" is a great place to shop for an outstanding -
Sunday School children and youth
al I
value In economic housing.
will decorate the Cross In the cour- ..... ..., I
homes that this
The new lines of Su nrise, Capella and New Moon
tyard Sunday morning at 10:40: a m.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.. Morning quality-conscious dealcir handles are the finest on the market today, so

worship 11 a.m. they hold their value for years to camel) L1Pi
There will be an Easter egg hunt Stop In and discuss YOUR next home. You'll really enloy the friendly, ; \""""""

Saturday for Methodist children from low pressure staff at t his fine dealer. They'll help you in every possibleway
thru(th grade at Strickland'scampground.
nursery and low ;
I Children are asked to from answering your questions to arranging easy terms yp
bring their own basket. Eggs and monthly payments They're offering very attractive trade-in allowances ..
refreshments provided. right now and they al so have a fine selection of used homes for your Inspection I
The writers"of this 1980 JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS REVIEW sug- .. !,; ,

Did You Know.... gest that you check out the many values on the lot of MUSTANG MOBILE'

HOME: "your .mobile home shopping center"I ,
I Mrs. C.L Pafford of Jacksonville is
visiting Mr.and Mrs.H.L.Hutson this

lynette C. Harley and Emma J. Williams -.Owners
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson visited '
Mr and Mrs. Charles Lawson in
Tallahassee last Friday and Satur For' coffee anytime along with breakfast, lunch and dinner, try I r'I

COCKY'S COFFEE SHOP at 956 Florida Ave. in 'Jacksonville, phone
day.Mr. 358-95441 This Is one coffee shop in town where fast service and super-
and Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr. conditions "
attended the church and school sanitary go along with the great food! ::q '
at Christian Academy in Businessmen and: working people find that a quick stop at this fine \
Gainesville Sunday where their restaurant in that morning Is just the ticket for starting off the day right.A -
granddaughter,Donna Lee,took part. cup of fresh, hot coffee and a doughnut;"'or maybe a complete ..
breakfast gets 'them ready for a good day. lunch time; too brings the 3 3t
Goldwire and sons, Hal Greg
Ray working man and woman to this fine cafe*They know that their favorite t .
and Ryan of Toledo, Ohio are visitinghis
parents, Mr and Mrs. Gilbert sandwich or thu daily special will b,} served quickly and deliciously. This .:2nd l
1st. ,prize-$50 prize$25Merle
Goldwire this week while Mrs. Ray outstanding cc.ffee shop also features. .. complete dinner menu,. and.
Goldwire Is visiting her mother, Mrs. families are welcome) '''H'
Frances Gravelee in Tavares. Mrs. The writers of this '1980 JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS REVIEW suggest Norman Beauty Advisors can teach you your face free.

here Ray over Goldwire the weekend.will Join her family that you begin the COCKY'S COFFEE SHOP habit.You'll;be glad you did. Win S100.-S50. or $25 worth of Merle Norman cosmetics for your new face; f i

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:> When you need a hard-ta-flntil part for your car, check with the area's leading' auto Parts store first) GRANDOPENING I.

BALDWIN AUTO SUPPLY located at 255 US Hwy '10 West, I In Baldwin; phone 266-4271 features parts for All

con and trucks offering the kind of service that makes repeat customer out of.v.ryoni. ,NOW's your turn to be beautiful Register today
: Whether you need a factory replacement Item. or custom accessories for your car this Is one parts house ;

that is never "fresh outl" Got a foreign car? Winy pay exorbitant prices at the "specialty parts" store when Grand Opening Dates Aprt 3, 4, 5 Address: 118'South Thompson St. StarkemeRie '
BALDWIN AUTO SUPPLY has replacement part and accessories for" nearly all foreign cars? Th. same .

courteous, efficient service Is featured, of course. "
In compiling this 1980 JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS REVIEW, we, the writers feel po profile trade leaders of i i

this community would be complete without prominent mention of BALDWIN AUTO SUPf LY. t '. ..\- The Place for the Custom lace" Phone 9S47388I t
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TELEGRAPH AprU 3. 1180

County Boat Ordinance Amended / ..JfII fi4rt oS
The Clay County Board of County lion of high powered boats on lakes If the ordinance Is amended as requested and Mrs
Commissioners has been requested to and waterways unless their exhaust It would once again allow Mrs. Settle Mlzelle and .and Mrs.
amend the county's boat ordinance system Is muffled under water. such boats to operate in Klngsley Mr.and Mrs.Ralford Epperson, Ga. grQ"
which at present prohibits the opera-! Lake and other lakes and. streams In ed over the weekend from {ng fr ry
Clay County. Street to the home they have ) 'J
A public hearing on the matter will ed at 615 N. Church Street.
LOST* be held by the County Commission at their mother and grandparents and son
Large Sum Of Money 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 8, In the move were Dan McKinney of : and MM.1
Tues. Morning Jbj) Clay County courthouse, Green Cove nee County and Mrs. over the >"
In,Florida Bank Envelope. f Springs. Householder and children,Kathye itf- .
Interested parties will be heard Kim and Katrlna of Bushmill. I .
REWARD' P. O. Box 813. b'
at this time. their the \
with celebrating move, ( ,J?,
persons celebrated their 59th Covina, '.I
anniversary on March 31. a weeks* '
.,\, : : and Mrs.i.-? ,
Mrs. H.M. Richarde and Mrs. \i
Barron last week i .i.,.: \
spent with friends
EASTER Capteva Island. of Mer-:' l
to Sunda iP 1
.H. Gibson.- .

C OzitS. BIRTHSStacy Peterson guests this.Qf,.,,'
CN flzenn
Sense Wood .. : ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Wood : Harllt.t. :
Starke announce the birth of .
daughter, "
daughter,Stacy Renae,born March and baby'. )
in Alachua General Hospital. to Fxlr
joins a sister Christy, age 3 r) '
brother, Mathew, age 11/2. ." i
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and i
Mrs. Otis Brewer of Starke.
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R.L.Wood were. I
of Mr. and/
of Lawtey.Jill the family
Erin Cnann Hall and '
Mr. and Mrs. Plan Gnann Nancy of'
Theressa announce the birth of also I
daughter, Jill Erin, born March 22 family I
Alachua General Hospital. oi
Maternal grandparents are Mr. will spent.... 1
Mrs. Julian E. McRae of Theressa.Paternal Mrs: ,. .
grandparents are Mr. j bb I
Mrs. Tiny Lovell, also of Theressa.Great
grandparents are Mr.and Mrs.Russell Belle Glade: -.
McRae of Starke and Mr. and Mr,*; '. I
Mrs. Bob Bitgood and Mr. and Mrs.Price
Etcher all of Theressa.
and1! '* .:
CORRECTION: The Brown Sunday
Lee birth announcements and Mrsiy/ >
in last week's paper were In (,} .
The corrected announcements are
V follows. We regret the error. :
Peed ROM Brown to Sum '
Amanda Nlchoe Brown -ji-:, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brown
0O Bonifay announce the birth of Jones of' :. :
Jessi Ross Brown and week of"
Nichoe Brown, born March 21. !!. i.< I.:
Maternal grandmother is !,. .
Louise McCraney of Lawtey. and son,
nal grandparents are Mr. and N.C. are
Robert Earl Brown of Bonifay. at
will Join
John Daniel Lee .
Mr. and Mrs.John D. Lee t,
the birth of a son, John Daniel and I'
born March 20 in Gainesville. spent last
Maternal grandparents are Mr. ,S.C.:
Mrs. George Highsmith and *. \
grandparents are Mr. and Tallahassee ,
Eugene Lee of Starke. Mrs. R.P.

Dr. of JacksOn- I I

to Sun-
Dr. : :, ?Mr. and
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Keystone.r..L"I Bennett-of I

Y At J E.. Wilson ,'

of New I
visiting Mr.
week and
his Monday mother.

HoulUl- a.m. Badman '
were Mr.
Mon., of Spengler Macon,

r Bettis of St.

e We Do attending Odom,

J.D. Odom,
NAME_ _ AGE people and Mrs.
and credits I Mrs.
about. I and Mrs.

here Loper and

Contest is open to children ages 4 to 10. the the Broad-Civic

\ Entries must be received by afternoon
..., S birthday.

O \.... 5:30: PM, Monday April 7 were. Mrs.

'-"'\\ 't" \21fJ e Please bring in person. '.,"

'1'1- * * Paint water :

\. V SaO color, .or crayon may be used. '

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3dQ once, but can only win one prize. been 1979 the the the


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Changing' the"?middle school changing the boundary lines Qasey( said, he Recommended

inp( ..,23 self-contained between ,districts so some moving the ,eight graders toy
classrooms has changed his students attending LE would go LE to fill up the tiew addition

mind about eighth graders going to Starke Elementary. there. ;1'Eighth t \

to':, Lawtey "Elementary, Putting grades K-8 at LE 'graders Il rjiave not at-'

school',,board chairman Arthur would put that school's enroll tended Lawtey Elementary in .

Gaskins said March 17 in a ment at 456 Casey said. Capacity years. Two years ago,: the school + .; .>

switch from his previous stand. is 462, he added. LE has gained board began1 mo ,\ to return .

This' will be a change from some 100 students since the older students to the: outlying .,;,
the direction: : we started a coupleof 75.76 term making it the schools. The seventfci grade was

years ago but I would like to fastest growing area in the county moved back to Law ev Elemen-

see piwtey go back to K-7; soley A new 8-room wing has just tary and Hampton tSlementarjr'; :

because of the work that has been completed there to take for the current tern\n, and the

been done at the middle school, care of the increased student school boardhad continued to .

changing that complex into population next year. discuss moving the eighth grade k,

closec classrooms. After a lengthy discussion, back to the outlying Brooker Bike-a-Thon Starters Us Mrs. Curtis, Angle McCullon. Second row from near III
"People in the outlying areas board member J.T. Parrish moved the 80-81 term.
.. far. Don McDavId Jr., Bobby Adams. Donna MrDavld.Sura
Brooktr's Fibrosis bl.
Getting ready to start Cyclic -
were opposed to that type of and board member Vernon Brooker Elementary has re-
than arc: first row, from near to far Gerald Mace Mark Cur-
school (open classrooms), and Parmenter seconded the motion mained K-6 because o\\( the limitin

that is.one reason this board put and the board voted unanimously capacity of that scl'i tool

23 ,closed classrooms at the mid to set the following grade The middle school has con 27 Brooker Bikers Ride Bike-a-Thon

dle sc bol. I think they (the levels for the 1980-81 term: tained grades 6.8 sin :e it was

student$) can now be better Starke Elementary School built in 1968 when all I studentsin 27 Brooker bikers rode in the Each biker who collected at both thanked for their donationof

serytxiat; the middle school: Grades K-5 enrollment 684. those grades in the o ounty attended Cystic Fibrosis bike-a-thou held least $25 was awarded a T-shirt. food, as were Camp's )Meat,

That...< was not my feeling two Southside Elementary School the new "open: concept Saturday, March 22, raising They were Bobby Adams Merits Lays, and Coca-Cola,

years ago," Gaskins explained.L K-b, 657.Lawtey. school. Four years ago\ the cur pledges of $418.05 to combatthe Ginger Adams Deena Cox Sara and the Crews' and bikers were

Principal Charles Hall Elementary School, rent rural oriented schd;ol board disease. Crews Judy Godwin, Thomas thanked for their help by chairman

agreed"-with: the K-7 concept, K-7. 416. began moving outlying i Bitudents, $343.35 has been collected Moon, and Duane Mott. Juanita Adams.

saying'the school would be too Hampton Elementary School, back to Lawtey, Hamp.on, and L from the pledges so far. There were four awards for
crowded even with the new wingif K-7. 202. HE is also crowded Brooker. '. The 15 mile route ran between the children who collected the Man Arrested On

the 49 eighth graders have to with classes in the media center Since 1968 the two', Starke Brooker and Worthington Spr most money. A 1st place $20 Forgery ChargeA

be housed. Two slow learning and on the auditorium stage. elementary schools have; bt!en ings with stops along the way savings account went to Duane $225 forged check cashed at

disability classes and one compensatory Next building project will be to K-5 and sixth grader from and a wiener roast lunch at the Mott a $15 account donated by a local supermarket led to the

reading class must be added three classrooms there. Starke have attended the ''middle, home 'qf Mr. and Mrs. Allen Guaranty Federal went to second arrest of a 23-year-old Starke

houseq'in rooms designated for Brooker Elementary School school. Crews. An awards party was placer Deena Cox a $10 account man Friday, March 28.
storage,' he said. There is no K-6, 155. held at the home of Mr. and went to Bobby Adams

place for the band, choral, or Bradford Middle School, 2 Diesel Buses .1, ,i Mrs. A.B. Adams Friday, and 4th place went to Ginger John F. Sharp was arrested on

pre-yot>gtional clases to meet, Grades 6-8 730. To Be Bought ., ', March 28.Starke. Adams who won Rowf the pup- charges of forgery and utteringa

Hall said, and the auditorium Bradford High School, Grades from division pet a toy donated by Mr. For forgery when he wrote a checkon

Switching a prior\, .1
must ba put to' use for those three ( rester owner of Toyland of a United Paperworkers Inter
to buy new co nv m.
functions. Bradford-Union Vo-Tech national Union account last
tional school buses the ]:}oard
LB) is crowded Supt Casey, Center, Vocational and Adult. Biker Miss Shirley and Mrs. Inez November 12 and tried to cash '
voted 4-1 to buy two ,,39
; from K-8 to K-7 at it later that
agreed saying two portables Changing diesel buses. Tho nEW Green of Green's Grocery were day.
could be moved to the middle Lawtey Elementary was the only passenger CeremonyAPril
buses will be real buses, not a
school to house the increased departure from Supt. Tom
school bus t tnick
regular on a
load.,. Casey also 'suggested Casey's recommendations. chassis. Engines will be in,1:,front 5 THE SOUTHERNCOUNTRY 1

to'avoid dust which is detri,mental [ ]
I to diesel engines. The Kiwanis Club of Starke KITCHEN!

Public Notices It will be school board's first will host a ceremony Saturday,

venture into diesel engines:1 The April 5 for the participants of 2 Mi. S. on US 301L'HI'I.11I1H1'UL

NOTICE OF APPLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT larger capacity compared (CI.o t 66 the Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A. O, S -' 1 fc
FOR COURT EIGHTH passenger buses the board now Thon, held March 22. Won Thurs

.REZONING AND.AMENDMENT OF JUDICIAL FLORIDA.CIRCUITOF IN has, will enable the entire lliand The ,ceremony, to be held at U Discount 3 PM -
THE LAND USE AND FOR BRAD for football teams to traviel in Southside Elementary School
PLAN FORD COUNTY. one bus, instead of two. Inc -eased cafeteria in Starke, will begin at 10 PM
ORDINANCE gas mileage and longevit).y of 10 a.m.j The rider turning in the O n All I I Meals
amending[ the Comprehensive Civil Action Case No.8H..4. .
Offer Good
Land Use ( the engines is expected, but most pledges will win the grand ;'rti
Plan Element and Map IN RE: THE MAR. maintenance;; problems will J lave prize qt a bike. Those ONLY ______-
by Bradford County. RIAGE Of. BILLY B., .M' .tt'1)1'' "1 'to' conquered by a statt: ,n: ..., .who hlie colleted $25 or more, :. _Wit'ou'. < <"VOPEN 24 Hours A Day ll
.. Florida, In accordance''' 'ALLEN. Husband and .". '? : ..
with the ,local, Government JOY F. AIvLEN, Wife -. -* trained on diesels. :v will receive a free Cystic
,' Comprehensive The diesels will cost $37;, ,000 Fibrosig T shirt. I l
Planning Act of 1975. NOTICEOF each, compared to $18,000 >f l or a So fat- the combined amountof
provided for In Chapter ACTION truck the is in of
163 of the Florida conventional bus on a pledges excess
Statutes., TO: Joy F. Allen c/o chassis.' Thus it will oat $1,200.1 Participating in the I i iC
TO: All Citizens Tax Joe July 830 $74,000 to buy the two big bike-a-thon were 60 riders who
payers. and other interested McKinley, Sand Springs diesel buses. The board d mId completed 14-26 miles a piece
persons Oklahoma 74063 '
buy four conventional 1 66 over a two mile course. Riders

You and each of you YOU ARE HEREBY .. passenger buses for $72,000! were checked off each time they

arc hereby and NOTIFIED that an ac Board member Jim, my completed the course.
herewith given notice in linn for dissolution of .
accordance with marriage has been filed Lawson was the dissenter! on
Florida Statutes that and you are required to vote to go to diesel bu ges.
the Board of CountyCommissioners serve a copy of your Lawson says he can't see bujH ing
of. Bradford defenses, '
written if any
the diesels when for the s'me
County, Florida, In it, on '
have designated the attorney, wise name money the board could put fj :our /onto Fe Community College
Bradford County Zoning and address Is J. J. buses on the road instead! of Hi:
and Planning Board WOLBERT. JR., P. O.
In conduct public Box 1086. Slarke two. j
hearing at a regular Florida 32091. on orbefore The board currently has sell 'en /prlng I Regl/trotlon
meeting held at 7:30: May 21. 1980 buses 10 years old on the rojid,
pm. in the County and file the original and only two aging spares. 1
Commission meetingCourthouse. with the clerk of this Bradford County High School
raim, H ra dfidC uun t y court either before .serv Stark, Florida
Starke. vice on petitioners attorney t, 9645382STARKE
Florida on Tuesday or immediately' ChristLutheran .
April 20. 1980. and thereafter; otherwise, a
make a recommendation judgment will beentered CENTER
to the Board. of for the reliefdamanded Church
County Commissioners .in the Pet i- SPRING TERM (A) 1980 CALENDAR
.nd the Board will con- lion.1 SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS '
Hider, on Monday May5.1980s11hellameaaid WITNESS my hand' ,6 P.M. Starke OfficeREGISTRATION ,
and the seal of. I this Monday, April 7 8:00 8.m. to 4:00 p.n.
place at 10:00: A.M. an Court on April 1, 1980 WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. Tuesday April 8 REGISTRATION 8:00 s.m to 4:00 p.m. a 6:00) p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
I Ordinance relating to: Gilbert S. Brown AsClerk Keystone Lions. Club ,
Wednesday April 9 REGISTRATION 8:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m.
of the
Court By
: Keystone Heights Fld I Thursday April 10 REGISTRATION 8:00 8.m, to 4:00 p.m.
The rezoning of 1 the Beulah M. Moody.Deputy .
following described" properly Clerk. Call 473-4177 9 'I'f Wednesday, April 23 REGISTRATION 8:00 .m. to 4:00 p.m.
and amending the 4/3/ 4llhg 4/24. pm. Thursday, April 24 REGISTRATION 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. a 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.M.
Comprehensive Land 473-2007 After 5pm i+ Tuesday,. April 29 SPRING TERM BEGINS REG 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.ro a
Use Plan to provide 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
that lands currently Thursday May 1 SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT (ADO/DROP) 8:00: to 4:00 a
zoned. EA and FERTILIZE NOW 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
designated by the plans Monday May 5 Last day to drop without penalty 8:00 a.m. to 4:00: p.m.
Agricultural berexonvd Thursdny June 12 Last meeting for Tuesday a Thursday night classes
,, to B P. and If weeds are a problem... use _;. Monday, June 16 Last meeting for Monday a Wednesday night classes

demgnaled. BusinessProfessional. I IIIN pro- Gro-Tone Weed & Feed r ........... .._... .
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petty Complete plant lood containing: oroanlca..chelated: Iron,and vital COURSE SECTION ID COURSE TITLE: TIME HAYS CKI.DIT: 1 INSTIUCTllURFL2120 :
STAKLINCi.: describedat elements.pfcMAIrailne-!Vte anuulng weed-NMer Oeslgnedtore / / ____ .a. .,. .____ ....________._." .. .._______.______________________.
Ona-half: acre locatedme use on SL "...1...... Zoysla and Centipede lawns A81 P RELIGION IN AMERICA 700.945 M 1: 3 Mel-A DDK,1PRIfU ( :
mile, Norl hwesl of Provides/ even loopwtln0eedMtq plus control of11Ng numerou.weed. PSC1101MAT1002 A81 P OF PHYSICAL/ SCIENCE: 7:00-9:45 M IV 3 OVI1OJ.SK\
IBU off NW IMhStrive ( label). A61 P BASIC; MATir SKILLS 7:00-9:41 M W 3 ml.lF.R I
in StHlion 22. Da PII12010 A82 P INTRO. TO PIIILOSOPIIY 7:00-9:41: T II 3 !leCri.l.FK:
Township 5 South One) btg covers 2500 tq. ft 8'49 1 ; ri: SOC2000 A62 P INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY 7:00-9:45 T II 3 O'CONSFI.1.::
Range 22 Bast: t. out of 12'5-7 FORUMULA ,; :? INC1013: A82 P BASIC WRITING SKILLS 7:00-9:45 T II 3 .KOI.K:
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have Beauty Salon.
You. are further gi\in you don't have weeds... use '
NOTICE I thai a copy offiaid Um RiTE:: \1,Vfi} ) haD CALKUDAlT.* ,
proposed OR- Gro-Tone (Pellets = ( P **% .-.' ,A'6d r'
'/ .: Is available ';$ : 50 f VREGISTRATION
for your inspection at 8-T-7 Conlalns prt....,.... vital, secondaries -1' wy >'Bt00e.m.' \
the office of the Director and organks plus cnelate4: Iron. Ideal for I } \ : 4 A Bay I Monday, Juno 16 to 4:00 p.n '
of Zoning and Plan lawns Howen shrubs \Tuesday, June 17., REGISTRATION 8:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m.' x- 8:01) pmto 8:00 p.m.
0'1' (. Bradford County .a ............ 8 :" "..j'/'o' i I', Wednesday June 18Thurttdny.June REGISTRATION 8:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m. ,,> '< ''
Court house.'Siarke.Florida. 7ft ; :t-Ii' ,Ii Nil I I Tuesday June 24 SUMMER TERM BEGINS
Kath and every per.aim .. ZsOG eq. H.' 1 :, "FEE Thursday, June 28. SCHEDULE ADJU3111ENT,4AnD/nROPr; : 8:00 n.mT.to4:00 p.m. a,
having any interest. .. I i .1I:00 d.m 4 td 8.00.p.r.1. ._ .;' ." < '
whatever in the enactment Cyclone Spreader ,Metropolitan I "Friday. Juno 27 Lost day to drop without penalty 8:00 a.m. to 400p p.m.
of this propusedORDINANCE ,A.,. 0"1' .Monday" August 11 Last meeting for Monday Wednesday night classes
"shi.uldaPpe.r \ ;Tueittity, August J2 Last meeting for Tuesday a Thusd/iy night classes ,'.'
heard .
and be> at .
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ByaGilbert/ S. 839 1 E. Cull St. 964543If IITAZO!"- P61Jv I IJ INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS 7:009ISt H, SIII.LER
Brown. Clerk llpd 4/3. 'ONTROI PCD1"; i R6Z P MODERN CELL BIOLOGY 7:00-9:45 T II 3 JOCKH.VvKIGHT: .
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Hospital $125,000 in Black A;.


For First Months of YearThe J s i

Bradford County Hospital Is Drewa said there were 52 admis-
$123,000 In the black for the first five sions in February of this year and
months of the 1980-81 fiscal year the that admissions for the first five mon-
board of trustees were told Monday ths are up 61 over the same period last
night fiscal year.
Revenue is up$17,000 over the same
period last fiscal year, according to The'rescue service had lost $29,000
Marcus Drewa president of through the end of February, compared -

Methodist Hospital Foundation, Inc., to a loss of $28,000 over the l ll '
the firm that manages the hospital for same five month period a year ago, : wrf1I :
the trustees. Drewa reported. _

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Service: The Methodist Passion Play: Fifteen youth and I
Sunrise counselors of the youth group attended .r
Youth will hold Easter ser t r. .
vices beginning at 7 a.m. on Easter the Passion Play in Lake Wales Y r.F 1 t Y
Sunday, April 6. The service will be last Thursday. March 27. The group
held in the Sanctuary of The First left the church at 2 p.m. Thursday
United Methodist Church. The youth afternoon and returned at 2 a.m. Fri-
will participate in the service and day morning. All enjoyed a wonderfultime.
will bring Those attending were: Mr. and
Youth Director, Don Denton, i iI
the Easter message. Mrs. Don Denton, Tammy Denton, i .
Todd Denton, Trade Denton, Tammy t I TErt +
Pancake Breakfast: At 8 a.m. on tt .., .e ,pt
Easter Sunday, following the Sunrise Dempsey, Kelli Carver, Larryann i
Service,the Methodist Youth will holda Johns, Scott Polk, Jeff Lawson, Brian
pancake breakfast In the fellowshiphall Thomas, Chuck Williams, Gina Lane,
of the church. The public is invited Randy Reddish and Renee.

The menu will consist of pancakes -
sausage, coffee P"rt "ic" For Don Denton ssrt
Youth Advisor
$1) 50 no one will go away hungry. x( {


Mrs. Griffis-Jenkins second Priscilla Crawford and Paul McLeod.
grade the following people had a Congratulations to Dennis Cohens
perfect score In Spelling last week: for completion of a piggy bank recently
James Martin, Brenda Sue Scalf and made as a reward. Thanks to third
Mignon Carroll. grade teacher, Mr. Williams, for his'
Eddie Siegmund celebrated his birthday help.Mrs.
on March 23. Our class is dyeing Johns first )grade class
( eggs and making Easter baskets welcomes Danielle Smith. Danielle .
,on Friday, April 4, for an art activit:r. moved here from Southside Elem.
Tommy Balkcom of Mrs.Tetstone s She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. BMS S lartles...
(lass was the winner of the March Dan Smith of Starke. .
reading contest. Alisha Manning won Michelle Connor and Alyssa Earning sir Ilght.A's for the fourth six-weeks at Bradford Middle School are :::
lecoud place. Several students Wessells of Mrs. Winkler's room are l-r): Alt bod tom Carmella Coburn and Jason Polk At top: Carroll Fussell, ;
received prizes for reading books at celebrating birthdays this month.In Lean Flynn J Michelle Stilwell and Faith Roberts.

home Mrs. Gay's class Travis Long A's"I
Mrs Tetstone's room welcomes and Karen Rowe are celebrating birthdays

Susan Susan is Jordan celebrating from her Gainesville.eighth birth- this month. Six BMS, Students Earn Straight

day this week. -
Special Education, Room 23, would Card of ThanksOur ..
like to welcome Ms'. Priscilla Alstonas Six Bradford Middle School and Mr.I. C larles Flynn of Starke. A-B Honor Roll Seventh grade: Kay Allen, Patricia
our aide. She has been working for sincere thanks on behalf of the students earned straight-A's for the Lean Is also a square dancer at BMS Fifty-seven more BMS students, BarberRegina Cannavo, Lynn
several weeks with Mrs. Yvonne Long Starke Police Department and the fourth six-week grading period which and a mem er of the BMS band. She just under eight percent of the student Davis, Tony Diggs, Cheryl Foster,
and has prove to be of great help. Part Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- ended February 29. won a sup nor rating for a snare(: body, earned places on the A-B honor John David Francis, Lisa Green,
time students from regular ment during our emergency on March The six, just over 8/10 of one per drum solo a district band contest. roll. They are, by grade: Rosaland Lennon, Andy Nguyen,
classrooms are from second grade, 31, 1980. cent of the 730-mernber. BMS student Carroll F ssell, the daughter of Mr. Tonya Rigby, Rhonda Sapp, Robert
and from fifth grade and Mrs. D avid FusseD oC Brooker Jason Bennett Tina Lee White Diane Wood and
Marie Green Mr.&Mrs.Alonze L. Purdom body, are: Eighth grade: Spitze, ,
Jason Polk, the son of Mr. and Mrs and an el Ith grader. Carroll Is a Bowen, Kelli Carver, Selina Cassels, Melanie Wood. ::
Glenn Polk of Morgan Road, the only member of he BMS chorus. Jane Chastain, Mike Christmas, Lori Scholastic achievers in the seventh
seventh grader to earn straightA's.Jason Faith Rob erts, the daughter of Mr. Clark, Karen Davis, Dennis Dunlap, grade are Tracy Coleman, Jennifer
LEGALSGERALD is a member of the BMS and Mrs- Walter Thomas Lott of Tim Gonzalez, Lynda Gravel, Rachel Deuel, and Christine Dickinson.
NOTICE OF NAMES said Board In an amount
:. chorus. Melrose and I an eighth grader. Faith Harris, Lisa James, Kristy Johns
OF PERSONS equal to 100% Of the
:. APPEARING TO BE contract price.No Is a meml)( tr of the BMS band and Lari Ann Johns, Michelle Kimutis, Sixth grade: .Killiene Baldwin,
: OWNERS OF Carmella Coburnthe daughter of earned a sUI) Briar rating for a French George Levasser, Cindy Lynn, Steve Marsena Brantley, Bonnie Geiger
ABANDONED PROPERTY A. LEWISCOMPTROLLER bidder may Mr. and Mrs. Larry Coburn of Starke horn solo In district band contest. She Marshall, Laura McKinney, Theresa Allen Gonzalez, Erika Gruen, jayHayes
i OF withdraw his bid for a and an eighth'grader. Carmella is a arfd Lean F 'Iynn also earned an ex- Ricks, Jay Rodgers, Nancy Roberts, Theresa McCollum, Karen
: Pursuant to Section 13 FLORIDAPub. period of thirty (30) days square dancer and a member of the cellent ratir Ig on a snare drum duet. Teresa Smith, Mamie Tucker, Dottie Martin, Sharon .Martin, Christa
: ol Chapter 717 Florida .: Apr. 3, Apr. 10, after the date set for. the BMS band.She got an excellent ratingon Michelle Stilwell, the daughter of Wilkison, and Julee Wise. Moody, Stacey- Reddish, Rita
: Statute. entitled 1980 SN 3911. .; ? opening thereof.All a French horn solo at distriClband Mr and I Mrs. Lloyd Slilwell of Four more BMS eighth graders Richardson ..James Wilson, and"
7 Florida Disposition of 4/3 atchg 4/10. work shall be done Contest'** .. -- Graham .' nd' an elgMh' grador)JI'" JaVnettgbholasUcfaehievementhonors. l Audra. York; ? ,. ...
Unclaimed PropertyAct in accordance with the Lean Flynn is the! daughter of Mr. Michelle Is a library aide at BMS. They are: Lisa Dugger, Scholastic achievers in the 'sixth

notice Is hereby Project Manual'and Contract Becky Lamphiear, James Rhoden, grade are Missy Allen and Evelyn
: given that the persons ADVERTISEMENTAND Document relative Wayne Petteway. Dougherty.
:: listed below appear to INVITATION thereto as prepared by
:. be the owners of TO BID Craig Salley and Bradford BassMasU .-c.-c .. -
: unclaimed personal or STARKE. FLORIDA Associates, Inc. A.I.A.,
: intangible property Architects. Project .
presumed abandoned. Sealed bids; will be Manual and Contract by Nell Crawford or Jim Men. cer (475-2179). The tournament FRESH SHIPMENT .'
HIS DOES NOT INVOLVE received by the School Documents may be examined begins I at 6:30: a.m. and ends at 3
SEAL ESTATE Board of Bradford County at the Bradford Saturday, March 15, the Bradford p.m. .
A' aunt NumberK Florida at the oflice of County School Board Office Bassmasters held their monthly tour- Bass wishes FRUIT TREESAdapted
i 187-0001 Apparent the Superintendent in Starke. Florida or nament at Rodman. Neil R. Crawford
Owner Bootwright the School Board may be obtained at the Boats were launched at the Kenwood p to Florida
Edith I tar Melanie. S, P.O. Administration Building office of the Architect at _
Ramp. At good daylight all, : ..-c CONTAINER GROWN
Box 8. Hampton FL 528 North Temple 8911 Newberry Road.
headed for their
32044, K.2071-0001, Avenue Starke, Floridaup
Gainesville, Florida. Stark Rural Route PEACH
favorite hole. The wind was really <<|, ,
James W. 744 N. to 7:30 on Mon. :
Conroy : p.m.
Temple Ave.. Stark FL day April 21, 1980. at Manual Two sets and of forms Protect forbidding rough, making it awfully hard to fish To Ch ange PEARPLUM :: : .: .: ;
32091 K.1078.oo13, which time and place all be securedby most of the lake. roue 990
Crosby R.V. Rt. 2. Box bids received will be Contractors may from the Jim McCrary and Bobby Allen eased Postmas .ter T.C. Hazen,Jr. advises t\\O"\f.
164, Stark. FL 32091: publicly opened and office of the Architect by through the trees near Blue Run on that due to extensive growth in the
K 12560008. Fowler read ploud for the furnishing depositing therewith the the east of the lake and did most of Starke Rl lI'al Delivery Area it will NECTARINE _.
Danny M., ..Stork, FL of all materialsand sum of .TwentyFiveDollars their fishing in this area. become ml.-cessary for all rural postal
12091 K-OIOI-0002. labor for the 'follow ($25.00)). At 5:30: p.m. all Bassmasters customer i to change their mailing ad- FLORIDA -
(Ott.rt Queen E.. 800 ing project, in Bradford The deposit from Contractors returned for the weigh in. After all dress. All I rural customers will be PETUNIAS
I i i-o St Starke. FL County: will b. refunded Bassmasters weighed their catch, notified ol r t their new mailing address
12091 0101-0005, upon submission of a Jim McCrary was the winner, with prior to U: lie effective date of April 19, Many Colors
-tlomon Mrs OH. or REROOFING bona fide bid and returnof Donnie Evans placing second. Wayne 1980. Post master Hazen states that all
3uh $ Frazier. BRADFORD COUNTY said, Protect Manual in Hall landed the largest bass, a 9 Ib 13 mail addilressed to your present box Tray 7Q0
JO71. 0002 Holmes HIGH SCHOOL good condition withinten oz hawg.In number rill be delivered to your new of 6
c i'ol Jean Rt. 1 I. Box CAFETERIA AND ((10)) days alter dote behalf of the club, I would like to box numt lier for a period of one year.
.'?'> Stark. Fl 32091: HAMPTON AND set for the opening of congratulate these three hard However !, he urges your cooperationin 2/1.25
01.0003., Jackson BROOKER ELEMENTARY bids. If the Contractor _
notify correspondents of
SCHOOLS fishermen, they fished hard to accomplish Ing your
I rTimy M. or Lucille Rt. desires more than two their mission. your nee|v address. Forms will be Insect Pests?
I Box 43 A, Starke, FL
sets of Project Manuals, ,
Office for this
12091 K-1006-0001 Any bid, received after these be obtainedby The Bradford Bassmasters will available) at the Post Composted
Katr Richard A., the specified time and may hold their April tournament Saturday purpose.
paying the cost of & SOS
'HOI I .0004. Leila S. date will b. duplication and handling April 19. Time and place will be _.-c. SPRAY COW
Mi ndy or Clair Jean. 132 sid.red., which will not be announced later. \ Plnl 8
t Call St.. Starke. Fl Bids will be tabulatedand refundable.' The Keystone Jaycees are havingan SpeclelOlympicsSevers r ":9. ;::111"265 8.1 445 MANURE
12091 K-2071-0003. evaluated by the Subcontractors and open tournament Saturday, April IJ i Bradford County special
; j
Moran, Gerald S.. P.O. Superintendent of Brad material suppliers may 19 at Santa Fe Lake. First Prize will Olympic participants will be going to 25KDIAZINON,. SPRAY 1-1-1 Analysis
Bo. 2 Elyria. Ohio ford County School Boardor purchase Protect be $200.If a district track and field competitionat b: s a ox. pint All Organic Weed Free
44035 006-0002.. a member or Manuals for the cost of you would like to enter this tournament the University of Florida on Satur- : ".g.3.311 285 Reg. e.ee 515 39
McClane K.C.: members of his staff or. duplication and handling contact Bill Wahl (473-2010) day, Apt ril 12. 40 L B. Bag 0
K 078B.0014, Moore other Individual or Individuals which, will not be
Jesse J P.O. Box 173 designated by refundable. Control A Wide Range Of Pests "
3 6
Lawtey FL 32058.: him.At BAGS
K 0788.0022. Moor. th. next regular or
Jesse J. P.O. Box 173 special, meeting of the All bidders Interestedin
Uawtey. FL 32058. Board or at a designated this work must submitto FAITH CHRISTIAN (ACADEMY SAVE400HATOR02rSELF
K 2071 .0004, Pullen. meeting thereafter the the office of the
lames H or Lauella; bids, as so opened School Board Architect,
K 0465-0073 Stanwl. tabulated and prior to obtaining Bid INFORMATION NI GHT PROPELLED REAR BAGGER '
"Hay Raymond. Box 386. evaluated and the Documents, written
Starke FL 32091: recommendation of the certification that he Monday April ? 1980 \f
Model 20740 Has Lectric Start
OlOt-OOOl The Pixies, Superintendent of Brad meets the following t\\\

itarke FL 32091.: ford County School Board minimum requirements: .New Rear Wheel" Drive With Select A Pace
K 2071 0005. Warren and the School Board Architect 1. Sucessfully' performed 7:00: P.M. si
HS regarding them similar projects. In Control Handle. H\\& Torque Engine.
,Information, concern shall be presented to the scope and nature. Sub- .
ng the amount or for mit list of Owners of pro Pay Care \ Reg. 429.9
description of. the property iron.' tects. Grades 1-11 : 38995
and the names and contract awarded shall 2. Contractor must Age 2- Up NOW
address of th. holder be to the lowest responsible have been an approved 7:00: am. 8:00: p.m. >4 8:30: am. : t
,may be obtained by any bidder meeting the roofer for a minimum of '. 2:30: p.m. u., SAVE 30 On Model 20785
person possessing an In prequolification requirements five ((5)) years by one of .
,....t in the property by staled herein and the following manufacturers Kindergarten Same Its Above Without Key 9 5 i,
addressing on Inquiry to requirements of the law : Celotox; Byrd a --_ Uctrlo .3 5 9 I
GERALD A. LEWIS State and Slat Board of Son; Johns-ManvIHe: 'Age't Start Reg. 389.95

ComptrollerAbandoned Education. Certinteed Industries: 1
Property Section. ATTN: Each bid must be accompanied G.A.F 8:30: 8.m. di4 .. SAVE 30 -21" Self Propelled: Side.Bagger
Harry B. Carson 1401 by a certified \tiPtincipdAdrnini
3. Bidders must have a 11:30 .
: a.m.Come
State Capitol, check cashier' check or fully operational office ator B4S Enlgne-Flnger: Tip Start-Front Wheel Drive .' .ff" A OR I
Tallahassee, Florida bid bond in the amount within seventy-five (75)) 1
Model 16320 Reg. 289.95.s .
32301 ((904)) 487.2583. B. of 5% of the base bid, a* miles of SIar..... Florida. LAURIE MYER 3 t ,r
sure to mention the account guarantee that the bidder The* Board reserves
number BEFOREthe If awarded the con the right to waive Informalities ALL INTERESTED PARS NTS ARE INVITED
name a* published In tract, will within t.n ((10)) In any bid and to
this notice. Unless' proofof consecutive calendar accept any bid which --- L0 GARDEN CENTER 'I
ownership It days after written notice they consider to be In Visit The School Meet The'Staff
presented to the holderby being given of such their best Interest and to -j / EST 539 E. MUST.
June 4. 1980 the property award, enter Into a written reject any and all bids. See Slides of the ChildrenI In Class At PlayEdu.catona ,
will be deliveredfor contract with the School Board of Bradford 964-5745 !
custody to the Comptroller School Board of Bradford County Florida "t
of Florida. County In accordancewith Stark. Florida. J OPEN7:30aiB6OOpgiI ,
Thereafter, all further the accepted bid Thomas L, Casey, Jr., Sulld/n M Jmse 475.2554
claims must be directedto and give a contract surety Superintendent. )-SR; 26 ,
the Comptroller J''of bond satisfactory to 4/3 3tchg 4/17.
Florida. z

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April IBM TELEGRAPH Page 9.\

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Hook 64, Page 99)). thwest Quarter ol Northeast Corner of Northwest feet, thence South 109
NOTICE OFINTENTION (See Deed Book 39 Page lying In Northwest s Southeast Quarter Section Quarter of feet for point of beginnIng .
). Quarter of Southeast 1 acre In Northwest Corner 32. Township 6 Southeast Quarter Section thence West 210
TO REGISTER Quarter Section 32 of East Half of Northwest South Rang 22 East or 32. Township 6 feet, thence South 105
FICTITIOUS Commence at Northeast Township 6 South Range Quarter of particularly described a* South. Range 22 East feet, thence East 210
NAME Corner of Northwest 22 East. (See Deed Book Southeast Quarter Section follows, to wit: Commence run West 474 feet feet, thence North 105
Quarter of' SoutheastQuarter SI, page 165)). 12 Township 6 at !Northeast Corner thence South 420 feet for feet to point of beginning
Pursuant to Section Section 32. South Range 22 East'as of Northwest point of beginning and containing 0.5
;.. 865.09; Florida Statutes Township 6 South Rang. Starting from Northeast per Deed look 65 Page Quarter of Southeast thence East 39 feet to acres more or less and
notice I. h.r.by given 22 East run West 210 Corner of Northwest 267. Quarter Section 32,. West line State Road Na. lying In Northwest
.that the undersigned feet for Point of Beginning Quarter of Southeast Township 6 South Range 200. theace South 90 Quarter of Southeast
Thomas L. Francis, Rt. 1. thence West 210 Quarter Section 32, Commence at Northeast 22 East run West 474 degrees West along said Quarter Section 32,
Box 10 Hampton Fla. feet thence South 10S Township 6 South Range Corner of Northwest feet, thence South 420 Wast line of State Rood Township 6 South Range
32044 doing business feet thence East 210 22 East and run South B40 Quarter of Southeast feet, thence East 39 feet No. 200 114.2 feet, 22 East. (See O.R. Book
'under the firm name of feet, thence North 105 feet thence" run West Quarter Section 32, to West line of State thence North 66 degrees 22 page 386)).
:VOM KIEFERWALD KEN.NELS" feet to Point of Beginning 490.7 feet, thence South Township 6 South Rang. Road No. 200 thence 30 minutes West 75 feet,
.' Rt. 1. Box 10. containing 0.5 acre 210 feet for point of 22 East run West 420 continue on West line of thence North 61 degreesEast A parcel of land In East
Hampton Fla. 33044 Intends lying and being 'In Northwest beginning thence run feel, thence South 210 State Road No. 200 "4.2 93.6 feet, thence Half of Northwest
to register laid fictitious Quarter of West 2O9 feet thence feet for point of beginn feet for point of beginning East 34 to point of Quarter of Southeast
name under the \ Southeast Quarter Section run South I OS feet, ing. Thence continue thence North 66 beginning and lying In Quarter Section 32,
provision of aforesaid 32. Township 6 thence run East 207.5 South 109 foot Ihence degrees minutes West Northeast Quarter of Township South. Range
statute. South Range 22 East. feet thence run North East 119.6 feet to West 195 feet thence South Southeast Quarter Section 22 East and more par.
Thomas L. Francis, (See Deed Book 51. Page 105 feet to the point of right-of-way line of State 176 feet, thence East 32. Township 6 tlcularly described as
owner.. 43). beginning and containing Rood No. 200 thence In BI.S feet to West line of South Range 22 East and follows, to wit: all of the
Doted this 13th day of 0.497 acre more or a Northeasterly direction State Rood No. 200 all West of Stat. Rood land now owned by Ber
March A.D. 1980 In Starting from Norttieait less. (See Deed Book SI, along told West rlghs-N- thence In a Northeasterly No. 200 and containing tha Green lying on the
Bradford County. 3/13 Corner of Nortbwes page 470 and Chancery way line of State Rood direction along sold 0.17 of an acre. (See West and North tide of
41pd 4/3. ., of' Sautheas' Order Book 28 pages No. 200. 167.7 feet West line of State Road O.R. Book. 2. page 366)). State Road No. 200 now
Quarter Section 32. 58-59)). Starting from the thence West 246 feet to No. 200 a distance of A parcel'of land 'In Northwest Federal Highway No.
Township 6 South Range Northeast Corner of Northwest point of beginning and 264.7 feet to Point of Quartar of 301, and containingabout
NOTICE OFINTENTION' ( 22 East, and run South .Quarter of containing 0.43 acres Beginning, and lying In Southeast Quarter of one and oral ourth
) 840 feet thence West Southeast Quarter Section mare or less and lying In Northwest Quarter of Section 32. Township 6 acres ((1 Vt acres) more
TO REGISTER 490.7 feet thence South 32. Township 6 Northwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter Section South Range 23 East or less, bounded on the
FICTITIOUS 319 feet for a point of South Range 22 East and Southeast Quarter Section 32, Township 6 run West 474 feet, South by Land of C.C.
NAME beginning thence run run South 525 feet, 32. Township 6 South, Rang. 22 East all thence South 420 feet Chambers and on the
West 207.S feet thencerun thence West 315 feet for South. Range 22 East West of State Rood No. thence East 39 feet to West by Victoria Mock;
Xurtuant to Section South' 105 feet point of beginning, West of State Rood No. 200 and containing 0.69 West Una of State Road on the North by IdellaMcCaslln
863.9?, Florida Statutes, thence run East 210 feet thence continue West 200. (See Doed.ook 69. acres more or less. (See No. 200 thence South SO and on the East
notice Is hereby given I thence run North 105 155.3 feet to where this Page 47.) Deed Book 88 Pge 535)). degrees West along sold by State Highway 200
that thv undersigned feet to the point of line Intersects South West line of State Road now U.S. Highway 301
Roger Folk.. Rt. 3. Box beginning and containing Boundary right.of'way of Commence at NortheaitCorner Commence at NortheastCorner No. 200 114.2 loot (See O.R. Book '14, page
328 Stark., Flo. 32091. 0.902 acre and lyingIn State Road 13 thence of Northweit of Northwest thence North 66 degrees 537)).
doing business under the East half of Northwest Northeasterly along Quarter of Southeast Quarter of Southeast 30 minutes West 75 feet,
firm name of "B I F Quarter of Southeast of a. set forth In the orderof
youth Boundary right Quarter Section 32, Quarter S.ctlon 32. for point of beginning
AUTO SALES", 2117 N. : Quarter Section 32. way of State Road No. Township 6 South Rang. Township 6 South Range thence continue North 66 final judgment.
T.mpl. Av.nu.. Stark., : Township 6 South. Range 13 193.6 feet thence 22 East, run Wait 420 22 East run South 870 degrees 30 minutes West
Flo. 3301. Intend to 22 East. (See Deed Book South 121 feet to the feet, thence South 315 feet, thence West 490.7 120 feet thence East 3/33/80. Gilbert S.
31. Page 164)). point of beginning and feet to an Iron for starting feet far point of beginning .. 17.5 feet thence South Brown Clerk of the Circuit
lying In Northwest point thence West thence West 205 61 degrees 30 minutes Court by /i/Beulah
Starting from the Northeast Quarter of Southeast 54 feet, I thence South 10S feet thence South 251.1 East 127.4 feet I thence M. Moody Deputy Clerk
-J Corner: of Northwest Quarter Section 32, feet thence East 39 feet feet thence East 205 North 61 degrees 30 Date of the first
( Quarter of Township 6 South Rang. to West right-of-way line feet thence North 210 minutes East 7.85 feet to publication of this Noticeof
) Southeast Quarter Section 22 East. (See Deed Book of State Road No. 200 feet to point of beginnIng point of beginning and Sale Is 3/27/80 In the
32. Township 6 S3, Page 1)). thence North SO degrees and lying In Northwest lying In Northwest Bradford County
South. Range 22 East West along sold Wait Quarter of Quarter of Southeast Telegraph.
w run South S25 feet Commence at Northeast right-of-way line of State Southeast Quarter Section Quarter of Section 32. 3/27 2tchg 4/3.
fn thence West 210 feet fora Corner of Northwest Rood No. 200. 163.4 feet 32, Township 6 Township 6 South Range
Ley point of beginning Quarter of thence West 116 feet to South Range 22 East and 22 East and all West ol
thence continue Wait Southeast Quarter Sec point of beginning and containing '1.11 acre Stat. Rood No. 200 and
2 Trailer Parks. 103 feet thence North tion 32 township 6 lying In Northwest more or I.... (See Deed containing 0.05 acre

01 trailer park II 121 feet to Soujh boundary South Rang.22 East and Quarter of Southeast Book 90, page 116)). more or I.... (See O.R.
right-of-way line ol run South 210 feet to a Quarter Section 32, Book 10. page 394)
01 trailer pork 11 State Road No. 13, point of beginning run Township 6 South. Range A parcel) of land In Northwest -
pro*. 22 acres. fenced thence Northeasterlyalong West 210 feet, thencerun n East and lying West of Quarter of Commence at Northeast L
m.nt. Owner will finance South Boundary South 210 feet Southeast Quarter Section -
State Road No. 200 containing Corner of Northwest
W. right-of-way line State thence East 210 Township 6
run feet 0.2S ocr. more or 32 Quarter of South.a.tQuart.r
02 BR unfumlihed hau... Rood No. 13 131 feet, thence Run North 210 I.... (See Deed Book 70 South Rang. 22 East or Section 32,
01 unfurnished .... thence South 303 feet to feet to point of beginning page 167)). particularly described ae Township 6 South. Range
04 BR. 2Vt .. Home. Point of Beginning and and containing 1 acre A parcel of land In Nor. follows: Commence at 22 East run West 210
containing 0.43 acre and less. (S.. Deeds
03 BR LAKE HOUSE, more or

1 warehouse on US 301. 1'CJ;\

. 1 location.Tackle and Ball .. Real Estate

One city block In |

right I large buiineis.warehouse Great, : Starke m CITE ESTATE )

repairs. Has floor and ;;) 964-8788

01 I mall apartment I

Cal units, poiiibly 5. ring you? '
-I l small frame hou,.. with us .
0'1 large frame houie. 4737060'd FOB A 4% LOAN I crWiUc ar

apartments ((4 BR 4 BA). ,:;.J
_I 2 BR frame house. I O-C; J Ci
mercial. OP SIVERAL.. .. ,'j REALTY
.. '
YOU WITH HOUH ,.ertr r .
-'- ; : Our service
2 BR. 1 Ba. LR, Kit.. on .
scaped yard poy I Complete ,Informa 'In the .last century Austrian' Karl' Waatzal, l' PHONE 964.7774

-3 BR, 1 Ba Greenhouie PROGRAM. devised a machine tliat. one person could us* CECELIA
.2 Apartments' ,' to play 378 Instruments at the same time. TERwiiisGAR 205 N. Temple. Starke
Quorteri. Rent will help *ACREAGE) ?fA )
acre lots $2.500 and up WE'RE PEOPLE TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
Please call us
John let us help you with your flnanclng..farmer' Home
:Adm., VA. FHA Convention or Bond Program.
Reg. Real' ( ) I acre B up $3.500 I
Lu Green Sanders
( REALTY 3 Bee/room Ranch I Vt baths Cozy fat-In

REAL TV 95450&5 IIALTOR Phone 944-7700 Kitchen. Central Hoof A/C unit, pan filed,

393 N.Temple Avenue carpeted, garage, paved driveway Con"..

J zd : ACREAGE! relent to Southtlde elementary'

9 years at Come See Us At Our NEW LOCATION 48 ecres.- Front en St. Rd. I School. . . . . . .$32.900.
Corner of Hwy 301 South and Lafayette St. IB Brooker Oreo.
. sir * .* ,
17 ecres Graham ..... tI
FHA-VA t Conv. Financing Available
'en 301 $94.900terms.. For T h Innovator
19 acres lewtey ..-. .
BE SURE TO VISIT THE COMMERCIAL t INCOME PROPERTY -.8* prime acres Vt mile on rellreed 440 on Rd.
I REALTORS BOOTH AT ready to tell Make An .Washington St. lot with building chain' link .T!
513,000.L SALVAGE YARD with 10 J 100 Suitable lor shopping center. Industrial pork
Store building' downtown Call st. Over 3000 acres of land on 301. or housing development(epprox.3 lets per acre) -
$307,. en ecre owner will: finance 20% dawn.
In various location. squore feet. $19.900 Terms. ..
i IN LAWTF-tO Block' 3 .....roo.... 1\% both en 2 # .
school cO! .il Home on ACREAGE ecres IN COUNTRY. * * .* * * *
Hwy lOOW-Beautlful acres, only sao.500..ry
at. Lot 129.900.S WE HAVE OVER 1 MILE | good termi.tO fOIl THE DISCRIMINATING
3 .bedroom, bath CH/A 'In
IN TOWN OUT"I"I acres Marian County Owner flnenced. ft Beautiful Hampton Lake let.. ... . .'15.000
with Small town.Evenlngn
Acres .
.4 acres, Hwy 229, .--.n. I In pasture fenced, 6 Country Club lot 1 80* x ...e4... .$10.000
r Fenced.. Hurry 2.790 p.r acre.2V4 .
$12.900. .-Family room- CHIA- I ..... Hampton area Includes well, septic, I Please cell
.Oroat property across from Holiday Inn Owner fin..
.. closed garage .. light pal., terms. Vernle. P. Odem. BrokerGRI
NEED FOUR BEDROOMS nice lot $40,000. .21 acres Hwy 301 South. .Store B opts. 301 $27,800. Owner financed.
Call tadayl' Owner 490 pecan trees 29% tIC.... Ir. 70' M.H. Con.HA Phone .7000 sa. ft. CB ..I..n. Rd. 1* E Owner financed.

and moving $27,000.JACK down payment a Interest | 2 MH hookups acres In Improved pasture.Fenced. Pearl Andrews ,*..Tnt o Home(commercial) B cottage $22.000 Owner financed.
tea buildings en Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed.
10 Ac.o Q ed. Good. .1 location 30 acres, hall weeded, had Improved m.4O4 N. Cherry 2 .large furnished Apts. Owner fin.

301 North to town-on 100. x 171 lot- | posture creek frontage, partially fenced. $500. me Income 1 4 rentals Cell B Say $99.000.
Off Ice 782-3931: HOMES Large Apt. cample 301, goad cash flow. Owner fin.

TWO STORY frame house en Cell Street. Good ACREAGE

location 614 W. Adklns, I location. 8 rooms 2 ....h.. I acre .large two story home lewtey$21,000 Owner fin.
HAMPTON 3 BR, IB Three acres w/nlce fish
/ 4 BR IVI Be r chain | *2.' acres Hampton $9,900 Owner financed.
pond. 23900. Good Terms. .
*...acres mar Presbyterian Church Hospital.$39.000.
.3 .bedroom, I bath an 1 acre, nice trees.17500.
Licensed ) Terms.' *'.15 acne GrKfls Loop timber $10.900 Owner fin.
Slate .3 eR,'l Botsf i0tJlopfeiKed.' 1J.9OO. 1* acne 301 B Morgan Rd. $39,000 Owner fin
.. $84.900. '2% acre 2 M 1IBetB..TI.SOO. *20 acres 301 N. Railroad prime Owner fin.

.7V* acne with S BR. 2 Beth. C/. home CHI A. 13 acre 517.000. faun Baptlit Church Rd.
chain link fenced yard., many fruit trees, severe! *3 acres B Memo off rd.. 128 bam fenced $24.900.
,100 h. on Lake Hampton. 6S It. en water with SO It. ] 'pecans, fenced B crass-fenced pestura. 1 smell. 'e 10 acres 4 BR 2 Ba brick, Rd. 128 Nome with extras.

eree. $14,790. Owner fI .100..... Termi.Soutfigate2SBJ.. 11 acne Rd. 228 Nice home 3 BR 3 Ba CHBA "'.500.
1 Beth family ream, carpet, A/C U acres Brawnlea, Rd. 3 BR 2 Be CHBA .....100.
unit nice comer lot. $31.SCO Terms. I *6 acre Neat 2 BR 1 Be off Rd. 129 S32.000.
9 Acre parcels fronting en Cape Cod on 14 beautiful | Hwy 229 stone exterior, nice 2 BR. t Beth with S.. LOTS FOR INVESTMENT
beautiful tracts of heavily acres under'cultivation, bern end forage comb.. 1Ii... .
cellent Investments for fenced.Greet. J>lIh r .7 Trailer lots Brawnlea Rd., $4.000 per let 20% "' _.
...... ele ........ .
From $19.900. Owner Room IB1 x 28"with fireplace. Separate dinIng el acre well pump uNLbldg.SS.500.i I
on this epprox. 2 ecres en ream. Study.' 3 bedrooms. S bettis, 2 acres. e le* Butler Court $3990. .
.. e shed '".12S.;' ...... Must .oa. Good _. .a-ttfullot near Cevntry C"'IOO'.II6' $9,100 130.Cen.mer.lel .
Magnificent V4 acre lets .Breaker. Ares Three ...._. 1 .bah. c.rcnrle I. 0 : let next to '_II...... Realty 150'.ISO'.

From $2,990. Owner ...t Fireplace. CHBA on 4 I block home. Central heel. ajr. Fenced beck yerd. 0.-- Oak let 128 $7800 pretty trees. Owner fir
Include. tractor I disk her | Good c ettan. Only S29.9OO. Cell I*. .....menlel.1at 239 ..' tl9,800 Owner fin.
HOMCSITfS 'S..ee. 114.-"' ..-.... neighborhood. $6000 Owner fin.
Commercial' en SR 100 .Crosby. leke resulted homesltee, brokerowner.Terms 's .3 Country CK* let 1 Acre each $4090 ouch Owner... :i

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eas.ii 4III ti.-.as.COMMUNITY..__. .rasts 4III a nr
NEWSCalvary Mrs. Packliam Arts & Crafts WinnerThe

first wreath Mrs. Mar- Winners for the Arks and Ceramics, stained: 1)) Harriett Fu-

Baptist Church: Prayer ,jorie Packham of Theressa ever Crafts Division are listed below. quay, 2))Faye Crouse,3))Raymond Ben-

By Elisabeth Walker, phone 9644683.In Meeting at the church Thursday at T made won the sweepstakes rib- Number one ((1)) is a blue ribbon, "ceramics. Glued: 1)) Faye Bowman,

Memoriam p.m. Easter program will be presentedat eta"A bon in the Adult Department of 2)) is a red ribbon 3)) white: Pam Peace; 2)) Jan Norton ElaigaHoward.
6 p.m. The Easter Egg hunt will be ; .,:
the Arts & Crafts Division in
In loving memory of my beloved eon, Monday,at 5:39 p.m. Woo I Caving: 1)) Tony Anderson.. -
and our brother, Louis (Tommy) Croml- New Bethel Baptist Church: Sunday (' t the Bradford County Fair. ARTS A CRAFTSOil Macramei 1)) Sharon Greenwell.)
ty who departed this life one year ago School 10 a.m. Easter'program 2 p.m. Shara Tew, 16, of Lawtey won Pointings 1))Rebecca Wells,Randy Maria Stephenson; 3)) D.H. Crawford;
March 3, 1979. Your memory lingers In Monday at 5 p.m.. Easter Egg Hunt. the Youth Department competition Qonialec, 2))Barbara Andrews,Lisa Mervin Randolf. I
our hearts. God has not promised sun Tb. First Bora Church of the Living Tucker; 3)) James Strickland, Mary 1)) Janice Q"1JIrman
with a large Raggedy Ann Staffed :
without rain;joy without sorrow; peace God: Easter Sunday there will be a Heresy .' Brenda
3)) Griffiel
without pain Truly loved by all, religious film shown at 4 p.m. prior to and Andy doll set. Term 1)) Pam Duffy Vickie Jones 31) 2))Mike Griffin ) Shara Tew,,
Emma and is In- Mrs. Packham late Allison Milliard, Mindy Heresy 3)) Betty Miscellaneous1):
mother-Mr Lou Cromlty the Easter Egg hunt. The public ,wife of the ; Helen Wright; 2)) Kenny
family. vited and welcome always. Perry, Brenda Oriffia.
Rev. Merle Packham has made Enoch Starling Tommy Balkom,
Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. choir rehearses. three wreaths. She Decoupage 1))Sib Flamming. 3))Tom- Bennett Nomi Plympton;
Dell Chapter 168 OES: Members will Bible study at 8 p.m. Sunday School gavetwo my Balkom, John Relchsrt. Raymond
meet Thursday, April 10,at 7:30: In the 10:30.: Morning worship 11:30.: Evening i away, but kept the first one she String Art 1) Danny Cracy, 3)) Mylinda Plympton.
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. worship 7:46.Greater: ever made and entered in the lAster OUve. 3)) R. Crews.
Business of vital Importance. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist fair competition. The large Liquid Embrlodsry: 1)) Barbara Sanford Mr.Sketch Instant watercolor .
American Legion Post 314 Memberswho Church Monday through Thursday at S wreath is made of 60 pine cones, Anderson. markers are on sale at the
are holders of 79.80 membershipcards p.m. Easter rehearsal Each Monday Crewel Embrloderyl 1)) Sandie Campbell Office Shop 110 W. Call SI,
are asked to meet at New Bethel 7:30: Senior Choir rehearses Tuesday at feathers from turkey her son 2)Helen Wright/ 3))Kathy Struth. .....57.... Reg. ....50 per set now. '
Annex Tuesday, April 8. at 8 p.m. 7:30 Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7:30: killed!, an artificial quail and a Charcoal 1)) Nathan Coley, 2)) only 13.79.
Business of vital Importance. The helpof Circles will meet. McKay' Circle will large brown and white ribbon. Virginia Crawford.
everyone Is needed. meet at Gertrude Covington's home. Miss Tew a Bradford High Pen or Pencil 1)) Virginia Crawford,
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Blye's Circle will meet at the home of School student worked her Rebecca Wells; 2)) Sam Norman, Bruce UPHOLSTERYIISTRUCTOR
Free Canaan True Church ol Cod In Unity Sister Blond Eva Risby. Friday 6:30: on Norris; 3)) Lisa Tucker. Institute Is
:Sunday School 10 am Morning Worship p.m. Junior choir rehearses Saturday 8 dolls two hours a night and com Patel, Water Color or Crayon 1)) Lawtey Correctional taking
11 a.m.The Easter program will be p.m. all men and boys will meet at the pleted them in one and a half Virginia Crawford 3)) James applications for qualified Instructor In
presented at 3 p.m. The Gospel church. Monthly Sunday School weeks, just two nights before Strickland, 3)) Rebecca Wells, Queen upholstery. Requirements are .
Crusaders from Jacksonville will present teachers meeting S p.m. Everyone (is Myers.
judging. from high school or
a Gospel singing program asked to be present. At 7 p.m. the Metal & Leather Craft 11) D.H. graduate
Weekly services-Monday, Prayer Junior Church will present their seg-- Miss Tew said, "I worked on Crawford, 3)) John Reichert,Jeff Dowl- equivalent and 6 years of upholstery
Meeting 7:30: Wednesday Tarrying ment of the Easter program with three them and about halfway ing. experience. Starting annual salary
Service. Friday Church service short skits. Mrs.Marjorie Packham show. off her through, I decided to enter Scnlputure: 1)) Nancy S ruth, Brenda
Ebeaener Baptist Church Wednesdayof Sunday 6 a.m. Sunrise Service with product which netted her first place In them. A lot of time and effort Smith. 2)) Tim Hampton. '10,753 "
each week junior Choir rehearses 7 Henderson Hudson speaker. Adult Arts Novelties 1) Marjorie Packham
Rev. guest the and Crafts Division. went into them." : Apply Mon. Fri 8 a.m. 5 '
p.m. Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m. Sub- Breakfast 7:30.: Sunday School 9:30.: 11 sweepstakes winner; Nancy Harris; 2)) p.m.
ject: Christian Conflict with the World. a.m. the Tiny Tots Easter presentationwith Richard Caney, Bonnett King; 3)) Amy 782.3811-
Sunday morning at 6 a.m. Easter' Fashion on Parade. The annual Starling Tony Anderson,Sandie Campbell 1tchg 4/3
Sunrise Service. Rev. A.J. Simmons will Easter Egg hunt will follow Immediately John Reichert.
preach.The Fellowship iif, Churches will after the program. Evening Worship .
sing. This service is sponsored by the 9 p.m. rr -
Fellowship of Churches. Sunday School Mt. Pisgah AME Church: Q->od Friday .
9:30.: Morning Worship 11 e.m. Easter will be observed Friday April 4 DeWitt C.. Jones ;
program at 3 p.m. beginning at 7:30: p.m. An invitation is :1Fuheral.Home t
extended to the public. April 6 Easter .
Sunday will be observed. Sunday School
945.: Morning Worship 11 a.m.The Sun. : : :
HAMPTONHIGHLIGHTS day School and Youth Department :

presenting an Easter program at 3 p.m. DeWITT C. JONES BENTON FUTCH :' .
The Easter Egg hunt at 4 p.m. The h
public is cordially invited to share withus HAROLD A. JOHNSON
in the Easter services. '.' ,
By Dolores Meng. phone 4BH-1915 Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: STARKE KEYSTONE
Senior Citizens All members are asked to share in the ,
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Easter Sunrise Services at Ebezener 964-620O 473-31J6
will meet Friday,April 1, at 2:00: p.m. Baptist Church Sunday morning 6 p.m.
in the City Hall. All are welcome! Sunday School 10 a.m.Communion Ser "

vice 11 a.m. Easter program 3 p.m. All --e- _. _. RENTALS.
4-11 Club member.are asked to cooperate wit h all :
The Hampton 4-H Club is scheduledto activities. to, Hospital BedsWheel Chairs ,
meet Monday evening April 7, at Deliverance Miracle Revival Center:
7:00 p.m. at the Harold Waters Home. Services begin with Sunday School at \... & CrutchesTO
10 a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. .IfiiJ.t, :
Blood Bank Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Bible "< ," ;(,
Local citizens will have the opportunity study and Thursday Evangelistic "Il
to donate blood next Tuesday Services all beginning at 7:30 p.m. You >.
April 8, at the Starke Chamber of are welcome to come out and help us .;;.i
Commerce. The Civitan BloodmobileUnit "Praise the Lord. Elder James Mitchell -
from Gainesville will be there all pastor. :1'
day for our convenience.
Sherry Tew. 17. won the arts and crafts youth division, finishing her dolls two
CongratulationsBest ---. days before judging Sherry is from Lawtey and works at T.G.Y. In Starke.a .

wishes to Gerald and Clarke
Adkins who are celebrating their
Wedding Anniversary again on April
Happy Birthday to Jerry
Wadsworth who was 17 on April 11 THE POINT ABOUT TURKEY POINT I

Donna Dormmey celebrated her ( What do the 'Ttuctear power ptants'atTurkeyr p.inq'.Ij
13th birthday March 27
Point mean to you as our customer?They mean

Hampton LakeCelebrations 'ii more money stays in your pocket During 1979. TP
I nuclear alone generated "
Mr. and Mrs E.W. Hodges, Jr. and
about 15% all theEl
family honored her parents, Rev and of
Mrs Orville Brookins with a party by
and fish fry, on the occasion of their L
birthdays which occurred on March St rn .
31 and April 1. ( n
Among those present were: Randy, Lucie nuclear #1 fTiii TD r-rrr
Darlene and George Hodges; Sur, I the total was 26%).. -
Emil Rose and Lisanne Benesh. Dale
Russ, Stephanie Jackson and Randy / saving 448 million gallons of expensive oil and

Woodward all of Gainesville. Aimee p/N saving FPL customers over $166.8 million in lower

Hodges, Ralph Kim and Renea fuel costs.Yes, all this in just one year.
Morgan came from Starke. Linda,
Vernon Debbie, Mary Ann and Susan ATTENTION Altogether, savings for our customers have
Parmenter, and Mark and Tonya exceeded $895.9 million since the first Turkey Point

Hodges were there from Hampton nuclear plant began operating in 1972. This is

Lake. We Need Area Farmers To 1 about three-and-a-half times whatIt

Silver Wedding and Birthdays cost to build the plants!
Congratulations to Connie and Jean
Clark who celebrated their Silver 5 HUMPTY-DUMPTY SAID...
Wedding Anniversary on April! This Grow "When I use a word
celebration began on Sunday when a Crops UnderContract. '
party was held at the home of their O it means just what I choose it to

mother, Mrs. Mary Overholser. Their mean-neither more nor less"
daughter,Amy, turns 12 on April so !It brings to mind the use of
they pre-celebrated that day, along
with April birthdays of other family : "public interest" Just who is the

members. public in "public interest"groups?
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Endless delays in bringing new
Rowe and Mrs. Pauline Growe who Enjoy A Steady Income-
have been visiting since February 8, sources of energy on line because of
from Muncie, Indiana. litigation brou ht about by "public interest"
Jean's brother and family, Mr. and [lobbies doesn t represent the broad
Mrs Bill Overholser, Scott and Jeff, certainly
arrived on Friday for a visit from For More Information Contact Our public either America or Florida They
Mooresville, Indiana, and joined in represent a very selective special Interest. And while

the The celebration.good food and festivities included they have every right to such advocacy, they have
a decorated cake which included Representative not the slightest right to the "public Interest' label!

Happy Silver Anniversary apd Happy "Public interest my eye! These groups shouldbe

Birthday greetings. Patricia WesterIn labeled as to what they are-anti-growth, anti-

Visitors business anti-energy. That's a small very special

Joe Meng arrived home Friday interest A long way removed from the goals and
from Tennessee Temple College in ideals of the of
Chattanooga Tennessee, to spend the Starke On majority us.
weekend with his family Mr and TuesdayAnd MOVE OVER..WE'VE GOT COMPANY COMINGBy
Paul and friends here.
Mrs. Meng
The family reunion Sunday included the year 2000 our labor force-already born-

Joyce and Angela Meng from Wednesday From will be more than one-and-a-third times the presentone.

Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs Randy !If we are unable to provide a sufficient numberof
and Mr and Mrs.
Scoggins April
Martin Meng and their weekend productive jobs within an expanding economy
guests .Mrs Willie Stinson Pam. for this enlarged labor force our social fabric could
Michelle and Michael from Mont- be tom apart
Verde, Florida. 8:30amto5:00pmBradford
Teresa and Billy Bauldree spent As a nation, we'would be unable to meet our r

last week in Marianna visiting their : 4"II ....... domestic needs, and would dearly not be in a
sister and brother.In-law. Mr and f'I"J. position to exercise international leadership.It .
Mrs. Thurman Cutchins. They en- .
Joyed fishing, shopping and visIting.Mr. ", 1jJ. ., ... remains obvious that America needs an energy

and Mrs Harold Crawford and ''Qri' -.:" policy that focuses on energy production. A policy

Kenny spent. Sunday visiting in ,I :, t that coordinates regulatory actions and measures ,,'

Marianna.Mr.. and Mrs Francis Meng visited County Farm n. them by / standards. Can this be accom- .
Mrs. Josephine Cumber in St. Energy Producer .\, plished? It can! By your actions.This is a national ::

Augustine on Wednesday and enjoyed election year and you can make your voice heard'! :
there. 205 N. r'
sightseeing Temple Ave. Starke Fla. t rF -

the Hampton Strawberry Congratulations Lake Queen was represented Pageant held at 964-8745 ='_ ? "H.1 1r ..

at Bradford High Auditorium Satur- } '
day by two lovely residents, Renee .. 1 FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMnwvPeople..serving
Williams and Debbie Baez. t }
to Charlotte SmithSeae5 T people. ,
who turned on March 28!

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Stalnaker, Michele Stilwell Top 4-H Entries

.' Penny Stalnaker's. strawberry 'hr .... rs "> P"l
pie won the sweepstakes ribbon Crocheted: Articles: 3)) Tammy
People., Annette
in the Junior Department Balkom.
Embroidered Article 2)) Tammy
StilwelTs pants and Peoples. 3)) Joy Carlton.
suit. outfit won the Senior Quilts, machine stitched.: 2) Tammy

Department of the 4-H Division Moody.
competition in the Rage: 21} Annette Balkom, 8))Tammy
People., Melissa May.
County Fair."penny .
Table Appointments It} Lisa Morley
10, the daughter of Randy Harris, 2)) Amy Black.
James and Nancy Stalnaker of Miscellaneous. 1)) Barry Carlton,
Lake Butler, has been Bruce Howard; 2)) Desna Cox Melissa
her mother cook iy May, Tammy Moody, Joy Carlton; 3))
since she has Lisa Mosley, Rebecca Anderson. Marvin -
belonged to 4-H. Penny makes Wright, Annette Balkom, Pam Will-

terrific pumpkin cookies, too, ingham, Sheila Anderson, Kenny
says her proud mother. Penny Howard, Joe Relchert Ricki Harris,
sings, toolMichele! 1st Robbie May.

14, the daughter of "..utYNt HORTICULTURE

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stilwell of t a Non-Flowering House Plant: 1)) Lisa

Brooker, took top honors in the Lynn, Joe Reichert; 2)) David Reichert,
Senior Department with the r t Dottle Holloway: 8) Rebecca Anderson,
May. Sheila Anderson.
same pant and blouse outfit that Cactus
ft Succulents: 1) Chris Dun
she:, will enter in the state 4-H ban.

contest. The outfit, yellow pants Hanging Baskets: 1)) Deborah Green,

with a green print blouse, won Drew Andrews; 2) Roble May Chris
the county 4-H fashion
revue. Terrariumi 1)) Annette Balkom 2))
Michele is president of the Randy Balkom.

Beta Club at Bradford Middle Harvested Vegetable: 2)) Chris Dun

School. She also entered a picture ban.Vegetable
she drew, a backgammonset Penny Stalnaker 10 of Lake Butler Seed Collection: 3)) Melissa.

and cross stitched Michelle StilweU 14, of Brooker won hold the strawberry pie which won the Gee Reichert.Melissa May Robbie May Joe
the sweepstakes ribbon In the Senior qweepetakea ribbon In the Junior 4-H
Christmas napkins in the fair. Exhibit of Merit '
4-H : 2))Lisa Mosley
: competition In the 4-H
competition with this Division
pant and competition African Violet
is in
Tops Show
"She loves this! said her blouse outfit a the county fair. ..
mother. MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTGS Joyce Winstead holds her African violet "Water Lily" which
Leather Craft: 1)) Robbie May Joe was
Best of Show
in the Horticulture
Relchert David Reichert; 2)) Blaine Division.
Ribbon winners in the 4-H 2 Piece Outfit: 1) Melissa May, Holiday' Craft.: 1)) Michelle Stilwell. Thornton 3)) Melissa May.
Division of the fair judging are Michelle Stillwell; 2)) Connie Foster. 3)) 3)) Lisa Moaley. Doll Waters.Framed Pot Holden: 3)) Lisa Harley
listed below. Number Lynn. Lisa Lynn. Picture:! 1)) Chris Durban Poster Craft: 3))Ginger Herndon.Joy Violet
meansa Appllqued African is Best
blue or Embroidered Clothing: Brad Cox, Michelle Stilwell; .2)) Lisa Carlton, Joe Reichert.
number two red Tony Anderson
a 3)Sheila) Shelley Sellers; Mosley, 3)) Marvin. Wright, Shelby Recreation: 1)) Michelle StilweU 3>
ribbon, and number three a Anderson, Becky Anderson Sellers. Tony Anderson, Randy Balkom.

white ribbon: Spring Art: Carlton Jonea. Printed Public Speech: 1)) Robbie

HOUSEHOLD ARTS Mosaic Seed, Clara, Stone, etc.: 1) May,Jeff Hadsock; 2))Shells Anderson. Of Horticulture ShowJoyce

BAKED PRODUCTS Wall Hanging: 2)) Joe Relchert Randy Lisa Mosley. Woodworking: 1) Ken Crawford
Macrame 2)) Mary Wright. 3)) David Jamie Carver, Brian
Candle. Whitehead. Randy
: DJanet) Griffis, Deborah Balkom 3)) Lisa Mosley, Rebecca Relchert Robbie
Green 2) Sara Crews, Anderson May. Harris; 2)) Jamie Whitehead Johnny
; Tammy Tatum, Melissa May, Annette
,Priscilla Welch; 3)) Cindy Taylor. Balkom, Dottie Hollo way. Sheila Candle.: 3)) Lisa. Harley. Walters.Jeff Hadsock,Tony Anderson, Winstead has seen rib- Kalenchoe: 1) Shirley Riley
Cookie.: 1)) Michel Stillwell, Jenny Anderson, Robbie May, David Reichert, Ceramic: 1)) Teresa Goes, Sara Kenney Howard, Randy Balkom: 3)) bons for her African violets for Euphorbia (Crown of Thorneh 1)) Nan
Countryman, Terri Jakal, Rickl Harris; Mary Sue Wright. Crews Susan Navalany, Michael Shelia Anderson, Barry Carlton Bruce years, but this week she walked cy Macaulay, Linda Bedell, Dianne
2)) Sara Crews, Randy Harris; 3)Blalne) Deeoratlva Pillow or Stuffed Animal: Navalany Randy Starling Elaine Howard. away with the sweepstakesprize W ascot t.
Thornton, Lisa Mosley, Debbie Parrish 1)) Jill Moore Sherri Harrell; 2)) Donna Tetstone, Joy Carlton Lynne Waters; Eggs: 1)) Elaine Tetstone. Tony the Horticulture Misc. Cactus: 1)) Fay Swisher, Louisa
Denise on Divi-
2)) Tetstone, Diane Tetstone. Anderson; 2)) Kenney Howa rd 31) Dot Padgett.
Rhonell Eatea. Lisa Lynn,Janice ThornI Moody, 3)) Lisa Morley, Cindy Lynn Nancy Macauley. Walter
I I ton,Joy Carlton, Deborah Green, Mary Darla Roberta, Rickl Harris, Bruce Kevin Starling 3)) David Hamilton Kelly tie Holloway. sion of juding at the Bradford Weatcott, 2)) Ruby Cnoperl2)), Walter
Wright. Howard. Blgham, Keith Moody, Drew Andrews Project of Merit: 1)) Lisa Mosley County fair.Winning. Westcott.

Brownie;;' : 1)) Sara Crews, 3)) Lisa Ava Barro ... Melissa May. 2) Tony Anderson. entry for Mrs. Misc. Succulents: It Edna Norton,

Mosley.Cupcakes. Winstead is a huge varigated Ruby Cooper. Susan Wager, Kim Norris -
: 2)) Annette Balkom 3)) African violet called "Water Li- Susan Wager! Bobbie Weslcntt,
Teresa, Ooas, Lisa Moaley, Randy Joanie Miller. 2)) Edna Norton Ruby
Balkorri. ly, with pale pink blooms and Cooper Tammy Bores, Mary Boree. 3))

Cakes, plain: 1)) Sara Craws, 3)) varicolored leaves. This par- Kim Norris, Tammy Boree, Diana
Deborah Roberts. ticular African violet is a mutation Smith.
Cakee, Iced: 2)) Lisa Mosley, Nannette r which occurred about 15 Opuntla (Prickly P.ar,1}, Martin
Stalnaker; 3)) Sherry Herndon Qi Kapellen, Edna Norton Gary Davis (2)).
Cakes, decorated: 1) Lucille Foster ( years ago and is still going Tammy Boree, 2)) Kaye Prevatt, 3))

Tammy Tatum Janet Griffis. Pam ; : strong. Shirley Riley.Crassula .
Taylor? 2)) Verlene Wather, Amy Black, k Mrs. Winstead has been growing : It Susan Wager 21 Susan
Sherry Black. Darla Roberts; 3)) Lisa. African; violets for eight Wager.
Barrel ft Ball Cactus 1)) Edna Nor-
Mosley,Donna Moody Tammuy Barns. .y
and has
years some 140 plantsin lon(2l.( Fay Swisher(2)( ). Walter
: 1)) Perry Stalnaker, 3)) Sherry
Herndon. : her home in Starke. She had Westcntt(2). ( ), Virginia Feeney, Joanie

. Exhibit of Merit: 1)) Marvin Wright.. ,*. 'k" .. four entered in the fair this year,'_; WMlllelr.I. 3).' Bobbie _Westcott.. ... .,....Dianne..!...' ....k
1It-Denise threeblue red and I,
TetttbHeJ: ShbflhrSUrlHJpa r a one a hang- "

Cindy Lynne. r ., ing plant. She belongs to the Hanging Baskets

BREADS Ji_ African Violet Association. Chlorophylum (Spider Plants): 1))

Biscuits: 3)) Lisa Mosley, Joe Hagan. ..) Non-Flowering House Plant Kaye Prevail, 2)) Martha Todd 3)) Pam

Muffins: 3)) Diane Tetstone, Barbara Lady Tornado Award Winners Norfolk Island Pine: 2)) Walt Pratt Gary DavisTradeecanitia ,
Tetstone. Again )Y .tcott. (Wandering Jew: 1))

Quick Bread Loaf: 3)) Susan Dyal. Because last week' picture the 1980 BHS Fall and Winter They are, from left lo right:Valery Chandler Lorraine Baas, Dumb Cane: 1)) Kim Dowling, 2)) Vicki John Hawthorn Linda Macaulay, Nancy
Yeast Loaf: 1)) Stephanie King, Tammy banquet girl award winner was so bad we give you another Janelle Eaiely, Terri Thomas, Hope Jackson. and LH! Red James. Macavlan. 2)) Nancy Macaulay. Martha
Baldree. hot of the award-winning girls.. dish. Dracaenla: 1)) Shirley Riley. Smith Gerry Green.
Exhibit of Merit: 2)) Susan Dyal. Pile: 1) Shirley Riley. Misc: 2)) Diana Smith Joyce Winded,
Deborah Green. Pepperomla 2)) Dianne Weslcotl 31 Kim Norrls Kim Dowling, 3t Ruby
Martha Smith.Philodendron. Cnnper(2)( ) Kim Norris.

CANNED PRODUCTS Starke Gator OR Club Hears Shanahan : 1)) Martha Todd Ruby Plectean Taus. (Swedish Ivy); 1) Kim

Pickle. Relishes: 1)Melissa Gee. 2)) .- Cooper, 2)) Diana Smith(2)( ), 3)) Tammy Dowling.
Lynne Waters. Doll Waters Ava Ban Boree.
rosse.Vegetables. 26-year-old Mike Shanahan, new offensive He said the four quarterbacks who Cost is $130 couple which includes Synogonlum (Arrowhead or Emerald Terrarlums '
: 1) Deborah Roberts. 2)) coordinator for the Universityof were recruited and will enter schoolin bus, tickets to the game and Velvet) 3)Klm) Norris |2)). Small ((1 foot or smaller In heighth 1))
Lynne Waters Doll Waters, 31) Lisa. Florida "Fightin1 Gators", told the the fall were the most sought after motel. Dr. Odom has set April 15 as Pothos (Devil'a. Ivy. Etc.h 1)) Bret Tommy Balkcom.
Mosley. Starke Gators Quarterback Club atits' signal callers In the state. the deadline for those people to let Perry, Sandie Campbell, Randy Camp-
Fruits. : 1) Ava Barrosse, 2)) Lynne dinner meeting Thursday March He listed them as Roger Sibbald him know about going on the Atlanta bell. Bonsai.
Waters. Doll Waters, 3)) Joy Carlton. 27, that the Gators will find a quarterback Wayne Peace Mark Massey, and Coleus: 1)) Fay Swisher ((2)). Misc: 1)) John Powell ((2)).
Marmalades ft Jams: 1) Melissa Gee. in spring practice and stick with Dale Dommon. trip.Treasurer Pat Farnsworth Misc: 1)) DI.nne., Westcott Joanie
Stephanie King.Preserves ;. that selection during the 1980 season. When asked about the oft-talked of reported that the club has 29 Miller, Tommy Balkcom, Robert Flower Arranging
1) Deborah Roberts.. Spring workouts start this month In possibility that a 1st-year man could members as compared to 40 members paid SauUs, Diana Smith. Lovett. Smith, Centerpiece Arrs agement: 1)) Joanie
Jellies: 1) Lynne Waters Doll Gainesville.He be next Fall's Gator QB, Shanahan last year. Martha Todd, 2)) Dianne Weslcotl Sara Miller.
Waters, Ava Barosse; 2)) Janice Thorn said the Gators will use a pro- commented that freshman make Club members decided to hold the Norton, Diana Smith, Tammy BoreelZ),
ton, 3)) Joy Carlton. type I offense with plenty of flankers mistakes, but blue chip players could annual banquet next January in orderto Martha Smith, 3)) Kay Prevail.'Edna Ferns
Exhibit of Merit: It Lynne Waters and will use the passing game to help the program right away allow Head Coach Charley Pell Norton, Kim Dnwling, Jeff Moore. Pterls: 1)) Linda Bedell 2) Ruby
Doll Waters; 2)) Melissa. Gee, Joy spread their opponents defense all He said there Is not a lot of talent In time to recruit during the month of Schefferlera: II) Martha Todd. Cooper. ,
Carlton. over the field.Shanahan the offensive line 'and defensive Polypodium., 2)) Dianne Westcoll 3))
December. A date will be set later Virginia Feeney 2)) Virginia Feeney.
said they will use the double secondary, where UF was depleted by after checking: with Coach Pell. Sea everla: 1)) Bret Perry(2)( ). Shirley Wall Western
CLOTHING tight-end offense to take advantage graduation. Riley. Asparagus Fern: 1)) Virginia Feeney. ,
Apron: 1)) Cindy Taylor Pam Taylor; of the great receivers he has In- Shanahan listed offensive guard. 21) (vie Causey. 3)) Ruby Cooper..
2)) Janet Griffis. 3)) Joe Hagan. herited. He said Chris Colllngsworth Mark Midden, as sufficiently Oldtimers TakeR Flowering Houa Plants Boston: 1)) Nancy Macaulay 2)) Edna
Tote Bag or Hand Bag: 1)) Susan Chris Faulkner and Curt Garrett are recovered from an injury, "rarin' Salntpaullas African Violets. ): 1)Gary Norton.
three of the best pass receivers In the Play" Misc: 1)) Gary Davis, 3)) Joanie Miller
Dyal Debbie Parrish Winsledl2)
2)) Tammy Peoples, Davis Joyce )
Ava Barroase; 3)) Lisa. Mosley. country.A The Gators open their' season a E Tourney Begonia: 2IShirley Riley Jeff Moore, Ruby CoopertZ( ).
Diane Cox, Cindy Taylor Pam Taylor. person to throw the ball to these September 13 by playing the University 3)) Ruby Cooper. Hanging Baskets: 1)) Burney Winkler.
speed demons will actively be The speedy Oldtimers of Slarke out 21) Ivls Causey, Swisher.
Donna Mowry, Sheila Anderson. sought. of California at Tampa Stadium In Eplciai: 1)) Joyce Wanted Shirley Fay
Shanahan listed Tyrone Young Tampa shot I the stubborn Lawtey Simlcs 98-86
Blouse Fussell,
Shirt Sharon
or : 81 Riley.
Larry Ochab walk Monte for the championship of the final semipro Miscellaneous'Topiary
on Davis, Shanahan Indicated
California will
Dress or Jumper II) Bonnie Arnold Misc: 2)) Kaye Prevatt. Linda Bedell.,
2)) Elaine Tetstone, SUanice) Thornton. Bob Ucko, Jim McClelland as the be a great test for the Gators. He said basketball tournament of I the : 11) Fay Swisher.
Jumpsuit: 1)) Annette Balkom, Amy older players who will fight for the they have nine of eleven offensive season played at t the RJE gym lam Cactus ft Succulent Dish Garden: 1) Joam Miller, 2))
number one spot In the weekend. Jeanie Miller.
spring. starters and eight of eleven defensive
Black. Fred Hollls. Bromellad: It Edna Norton. 2)) Martin
starters back. As In past years ___ ,.. .._ _Kenny_.__ .Hampton__ __ Frailermond __ t
; they 11> ..." "', ..u Kapellan. Kay Ruby
I.--- --4 ;.. sale... oa-.4 .._: aA ga. .u. an." .. .. neeu, .nay' Special Category
r---" -----'- n --- ,CooperC( ), Shirley Riley.Christmas
Perry Milton Baker.
ed Terry Ljwtey Correctional Institute: 68 en-
May 12 Trial Date.Set<< Sheriff Dolph Reddish reported on' Williams,.,Raymond Blye, and David 21,) Martha Todd.Cactus: II Susan' Wagner, trie*. No name.
I plans for club members to go to the McMillian made up the winning squad
Orange and Blue spring football Curtis While Alvaughn Gulden and
In City's Move to Cl Disposal Site which will be held at Florida Field at, Wallace Ross. led the Lswley club lo'

8 p,m. Saturday, May 17.Reddish heir runnerup spot ...
said plans call for
Trial date in the city's suit'to' Starke is presently under barbecue cookout to be held before Struck Truck Gets EARN YOUR
condemn approximately 350 'order to cease discharging effluent the game at Florida Field and those HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMABY
from'its disposal from the club to sit as a group at the' $1,300 DamageA
acres of property on U.S. 301 TAKING THE GED TESTS.
plant into Alligator Creek game. truck driven by Gerald
South for use as a spray irrigation Gus Kopelousos
facility for its sewage because according to state environmental for the club members to go to on Tampa plans Leslie Crawford, 52 of Starke, APPLICATIONS FOR THE GED. TESTS

disposal plant has been set for agencies the for the California game In Tampa. was struck Saturday afternoon.

May 12, City Attorney George discharge is causing polluting of Club members decided to rent a. March '29, by another car, ARE BEING TAKEN AT THE BRADFORD:
Pierce told city commissionersat Rowell and Sampson Lakes. suite at a motel near the stadium'to resulting in 1,300 damages.The .

Tuesday night's council :. The order of taking grantedby hold Kopelousos party after asked the those game.who planned accident occurred in UNION'AREA VOCATIONAL-

meeting.In the court on'July 17, 1979, at to go to contact him by the end of Starke on Weldon Street when a TECHNICAL
the condemnation proceedings the 31,200 figure, would allow this week for members to obtain car driven by Joseph Richard CENTER. DEADLINE IS APRIL

which have, been pen- Mueller toretain several thou- tickets for the game.' 'they'are pricedat Corbitt. 26, of Starke, pulled 11
ding over four years,. the city sand feet "frontage on U S. Those$10 per going person to the California_ away from a stop sign end CALL 964-6150 FOR'INF'O...

sought the property at an ap '301, butfrelease some 350 acres will go on their own and meet at game Tampa struck the Crawford vehicle and

praised value of 11.250 per acre. of his 'Alligator Ranch, extending Stadium. the horse trailer it was pulling.No EXAMINATIONS

The owner, Fre. G. Mueller north to Alligator Creek, Dr. Richard Odoih 'reported pn citations were issued by ARE SCHEDULED: "
just across from the disposal plans for the club to charter a bus to police for the accident.

however appraisal, obtained and an Pierce independent said plant.viciva. go Georgia to Atlanta Tech for game the on weekend Sept. 20.of'The the The highway patrol said APRIL 21 & 22 APRIL 23 & 24

"they are now talking in the.' '" ,4,.r''''''. aI\\'' trip Is limited to 13-couples! with those Crews was taken to Alachua 1:00 2:45 P.M. 6:00 7:45 P.M.

rang eof $2,800 per acre." Cost, .4uartet: bulletin board to who went on the Auburn trip last year General Hospital in Gainesville '

of (the property at the higher Johnny ar Sade for their birth- getting priority. for treatment of injuries. 3:00 4:45 P.M. 8:00 9:45 P.M. '
Plans call chartered
figure would run close tol day. Till big ,,18x21 board .lay for bus to Damage to the motorcycle ,
leave at 8 :SO
: a.m. Sept. 20 to to
perfect; fur bedrooms. A regular go resulted in 6:007:45 P.M.
million it ut'of $40 worth of
probably' placing ii.341 value, now only '9.1S at the Atlanta Members will stay at a motel APRIL 25
reach under the city's original! ,.Ol.Hc. Shop...11", W. Call St. In Atlanta and return to Starke the ,damage No citation by the '8:00 r-9.30P.M.. '
EPA grant application. Stark. M4/47M. next day, highway patrol was given. 9:00 10:30 A.M.Penny .

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Mrs. Young Wins in Canned ProductsMrs.

Cecilia Young of Brookerwon 1I
the sweepstakes ribbon in 4I f tiry 1. i / t

the Canned Products Categoryof I 4

the Home Division juding at l lj I &-

the Bradford County fair. y

Mrs.Linda Tatum of Lawteywon

the Candy Category of the
Home division. I n..
BUS senior Rhea Corbett won j .
the sweepstakes ribbon in cake

decorating Division. the in the Home l n 44

Mrs. Young made pickled

okra which won over 30 entries.- : ;
Mrs Tatum said her niece inspired .. 1
her to enter the fair and :'" ,. .

the pecan rolls she made the ....
night before won the
sweepstakes. The first time l First Methodist Booth Wins...

Mrs. Tatum made the pecan Winner of the Commercial Division of booth Adult Education Division winner Is Lawtey

rolls she put in too much 1 judging at the county fair this year Is the First Correctional Institution second place is National

caramel and pulled out four fill j United Methodist Church of Starke booth shown Guard third place the county agriculture booth

ings but she's improved since.It Displaying her baked goods which she above. done by county agent Bobby Taylor. -

is the third straight year w said she planned the night before Mrs. Second place commercial] booth was The Country The Girl Scouts won the Youth Education Divi l.

that 17-.year-old Rhea Corbett a and Linda nut Tatum candy displays which:her won marahmellow her first Hub in Lake Butler and third place Sawyer- sion.' The Cub Scouts: were! second and Pop-

BHS cheerleader has won the place In the candy category. Slade Gas of Starke. Warner third.
sweepstakes ribbon In cake "

decorating. Rhea likes to bake

her cakes creations and says from she gets books.ideas This for .. 4 Fulgham, Mowry and Plympton Win NeedleworkLillian :

jrear's winning entry was a foot Mrs. Cecelia, Young holds up her ,,'a at P5'rhwwfi.e ,
ball player cake,' a regular pickled okra, partially hidden under the Fulghum of Lake GARMENTS r e b'r '*1'e't

yellow cake decorated like a ribbon. Mra. Young won first place 1 Butler Joan Mowry of Hampton -
competing with over 30 other canned and ] Ladies House Dress Cotton &
football player in the BHS colors ] 1 1tThree Mylinda Plympton
foods. Blsndsh: 1)) Lucile Godwin.
of scarlet and gray. In were sweepstakes winners in the Etc. Joan
Ladles Dress (Street ): 1)) .
previous years her winners werea Needlework Category of the Mowry. 2)) Lucile Godwin Amy Starl 55 es. .t."

Holly Hobby cake and a pine Home Division in judging at the ing. 3)) Camilla Whitaker. Pam Pratt. 0.
tree cake FRUITS Bradford County Fair. Ladies Long Dress: 2)) Sharon Gruenwald. .a .
Berries: DBarbara) Balkcom 2)Edna) Mrs. Fulgham won the 3)) Peggy Crawford. C.. .,+w. 4! t
Norton. Ladies 2-Piece Ensemble: 1)) Joan
CANNED PRODUCTS Crochet, of the : 4
VEGETABLES Pears: 2)) Dorothy Roberta. Category Mowry 21) Camilla Whitaker 3)) Mary rev.
Peaches: 2)) H.H. Harris. Needlework Division with her Ilersey. }
Beam: 1)) Doll Waters ZlCamilleVhitaker. )
\ 3Bobbie| Wike. Figs: 1)Edna) Norton. crocheted pillow made from Ladies 3-Piece Ensemble: 1)) Camille a "Nr

Tomatoes: 1)) Edna Norton, 2)Barbara) Misct: 2)) Bobbie Wike, 3)) Cecelia cream colored yarn. Two of her Whitaker
Balkcnm. 3)Barbara) Anderson. Young. other entries also won blue rib- Pantsuit: 1)) Joan Mowry.
Peas: 2)) Peggy Reichurt Doll Waters:: t Jumpsuits: 1)) Faye Crouae, 2)) Vicky
Potatoes: 1)) Lynn Waters, 21Peggy PICKLES bons; a gray crocheted sweater James. y"
Reichert. BreadButter1)/ ) Edna Norton 2)) and a multi-colored afghan.A Ladies Slacks: 1)) Lucile Godwin, 2)) ;' /
Misc: 11> Barbara Anderson. 2)) Bobbie Cecelia Young, Doll Waters. 3)) Helen r brown suit made by Joan Camille Whitaker. .
Edna Norton.Bonds Wright. Ladies Skirt: 1)) Lucile Godwin, 21) V
Wike. 3)) Mowry won her first place in the 'l.
Cucumbers: Bobble( Wike, 2)) Edna Peggy Crawford 3)) Barbara Anderson.
Norton 3)) Martha Todd. adult Sewing Category of the Ladies Blouse: 1)) Camille Whitaker

Dills: Martha( Todd 2)) Edna Nor Needlework Division.Thirteenyearold. Amy Starling 2)) Lucile Godwin. I fir'
ton. Mylinda Brunch Coat or Duster 1)) Lucile Godwin '1
Vegetables: DCecelia) : Young. 2)) Edna Plympton of Starke netted first ,
Norton Doll Waters, 3)) Jean Parrish. Jacket or Cape (Short 1)) Faye
place in the youth Sewing Crouse. .
.Peppers: 3)) Bobbie Wike.
from page 1A Misc DBobbie) Wike 2)) Edna Norton. Category in the Needlework Apron: 1)) Lucile Godwin, 3)) Kathy

Division. Miss Plympton Struth.
RELISHES e entered a rust colored dress that Man's Shirt (Dress or Sporth: UJane)
for the HFA bond issue an Cucumber: 1) Edna Norton 2)) she claimed she didn't think Mowry 2)) Janice Goetzman, 3)) Lucile
HFA board meeting set here Dorothy Roberts. Godwin.
Tuesday, April 1, was cancelled.The Fruit: llCeceha) : Young, 3)) Bobbie would win. Misc: 11| Peggy'Crawford.
Wike. .
bonds are tax exempt. time winner Rhea Corbett
,. Vegetables: I)Jean Parrish 2)) Burney :fj LINGERIE
Three local banks have com Winkler, 3) Edna Norton. again won the cake decorating categoryat Ladies Gown: 1)) Lucile Godwin, 2))
mitted themselves to local] borrowers the fuir this yeer. Misa Corbett ?..
Misc: 1)Barbara) Anderson. Camille Whitaker. Coming In first place In the
decorated her cake in the form of s football /I FR
for the $7 million over a ,. Needlework Adult Division Mrs. Joan
13-month period. PRESERVES player.Jury ,,:b..., LINENS Mowry displays her .fwo piece aiiiU:.. (
Pears: 1)) Peggy Crawford, 2)) Edna Tablecloth: 1)) Helen Wright.
Such infusion of
an building Norton. Place Mats(Set of 4)): 1))Lola Johnson. Rugs: 1)) Muriel Gilhooly 21) Mary Lou
dollars is about the only hope Figs: 1)) Cecelia Young. 2)) Jean Par Pillow" Cases: 2)) Darlene Gibson Peeplea.
middle income people have of rish. 3)) Edna Norton.Strawberries TrialsBegin Tee Towels: 1)) Helen Wright. Needlepoint: 1)) Helen. Wright 2))
obtaining money for a home : lILynn) Waters. Quilt: 1)) Ruby Hersey. Marie Grant.
loan. It is difficult to obtain a Misc: lILola Johnson Lynn Waters Baby Quilt: 2)) Kathy Newham, 3)) Article of Merit: 2)) Edna Norton, 3)
2)) Edna Norton, 3)) Dorothy Roberts. MondayTwo Ruby Hersoy. Mary Lou Peeples.
home loan now; money is extremely )Ji.b" Pot Holders ((3)): 11> Lola Johnson 2))
tight. JAMS Bradford County Court Loretta Hart 31) Kathy Struth. PILLOWS
The HFA hopes to make 95 Berries: 1)) Edna Norton jury trials havo been scheduledfor t Article Merit: 21) Camille Whitaker, Liquid Embroidery) Barbara
percent loans of up to $52,000 to Citrus: II) H.H. Harris. '% 3)) Peggy Crawford. Anderson. '
Grape: 1)) H.H. Harris. Monday April 7. Fabric: 31) Kathy Newham,
qualifying .home buyers or. Bob Cooper. 41, Starke is Misc 1)) Lillian
Vegetable: 1)) Bonnie R. King. : Fulgham 2)) Vicky
builders at around 9.5 percent, Strawberry: 1)) Camille Whitaker. scheduled to go on trial Mon MISCELLANEOUS Anderson 3)) Burney Winkler.HANDBAGS .

several] percentage points below day April 7 at 1 p.m., chargedwith f y Embroidery on Wearing Apparel: 1))
the current inflation-ridden fending JELLIES issuing a worthless check. Camille Whitaker. 31) Vivian Plympton.
schedule. Peaches: 2IH.H) Harris. Liquid Embroidery: 1)) Viola Anderson Crewel: 1)) Barbara Anderson.
Earning eligibility Grape: lINancy) Stalnaker Lynn The check, amounting to$1,125 wti"r' 2)) Clarice Stevens, 3)) Barbara Macrame: 1)) Ruby Hersey.
cap is presently set dt Waters 2)) Lola Johnson. was made out to Taylor] Con ) .
$21,044, but that will be up- Mayhaw, : 1)) H.H. Harris 2)) Jean Par crete last October. It was writ-
dated over the next few monthsto rish. ten .
on a Cooper's Nursery and + .
Strawberry: 1)) Doll Waters. .
take inflation into account. Co r
Landscape check.
Miac: 1)) Edna Norton 2)) Lola
The loans can be repaid over 30 Johnson 3)) Martha Todd. Florida State Prison inmate Anderson.'M

years. Everett Wesley 34, is scheduledto
The issue' could build up to JUICES go on trial Thursday April]
115 homes, if all the wentto Fruit: Bobbi Wike.HONEY .
money 10, at 9 a.m.. He was chargedwith I
new homes. Money can be &SYRUP escaping from F.S.P. last

loaned on existing homes and Honey-Plain: 11Martha Todd. July.A I ri>
the HFA- thinks it will go at 60 Syrup-Plain: 2)Bobbie) Wike. third trial involving F.S.P.

percent for new homes and 40 inmate Walter Thomas was Mr... *. Lilian Fulgham models and displays her

percent for existing homes or Chicken: 3)) Barbara MEATS Anderson cancelled when the state drop-. blue ribbon sweater' and displays her prlie --1Jr--

selling a current home and to ped charges of possession of a winning pillow and alghan.CHILDIIEN'S. .

build a new home. BAKED PRODUCTS weapon by a state prisoner and
Lending institutions have Specialty Breads: 2)Cecelia) Young. aggravated battery against OR IJ
Yeast Breads & Rolls Cecelia BABY GARMENTS ft r
nine months to commit the : 1)) Thomas.
Young, 2)) Janice Goetzman. Nathan Girl's dress ((2-8 Yri.h 1))Janice Goetz-
money and in 13 months the
Plympton. That case involved an incident man.
homes must be occupied. Plain Cakes (Not Iced) 1)) Camilla Gill's dress ((714 Yrs.fc: DJoan) Mowry
Lenders must put up a com Whitaker, 2)) Sara Norton Lynn that took place at F.S.P. last Mylinda Plympton 2) Bonnie Arnold.
mittment fee of one percent of Waters. August when an assault was Playsuit ((2Yra.k 1)) Janice Goetz- S 1: :
the amount o.f they ask Specialty Cakes: DJan) Norton. made on inmate Richard E. man. 2)) Barbara Anderaon.
C..... Decorated Sr. Edna Norton Pantsuit Janice Goetz-
: ( 1)) Howell with a homemade knife. (12-6 Yrs.k II)
]letter of credit for
for plus a 21) Peggy Crawford. (Jr.) DRhea) fMylinda
Juries for the two trials will be
1/2-percent/ of their committ Corbett. 2)) Amy Starling, 3)) Valarle man.Girl' Skirt: 1)) Joan Mowry 2)) Faye
ment. The letter will be returned Randolph. selected Monday April] 7. Grouse.

and the fee refunded if the bankor Cakea Cut-out: (Sr.) 1)) Gail 05pl2sll30f3 Car Accident Boy's Shirt ((7-14 Yra.fc:1)>Faye Grouse.Mitt. .
savings & loan all the Lockridge, 2)) William Whitfield. 3)) Bob- Results] in $235 DamagesA Garments 1)) Janice Goetzman
can get bie Wike. (Jr.) 1)) Beth Francis and 2)) Faye Grouse, 3)) Peggy Crawford.
money it committed for loaned Dianne Crawford. 21) Anita Black. two car accident Monday.

Cupcakea: 2) Tommy Balkcom. March 31, resulted in $235 KNITTING
out.Lending institutions will be Cookies: 1)) Camille Whitaker, 2)) Jan damages for both vehicles andno Baby'e Cap Booties Sacque or
Norton. Sweater: 1)) Lola Johnson.
entitled to a two percent
Candy: 1)) Linda Tatum 3)) Florence injuries for the drivers. Baby's Set (13 pfecnh 1)) Nita McRae.
origination fee. A bank for instance Ruud. The accident occurred when a Swsater" -Woman's: 1))Judy Brown 2)) Plymptoa o"ud.ly1 displays h"needlework that won her first place !bt the
can collect up to two percent Misc II) Carol Elliott. car operated by Prescott George Ruth Parley. youth division., Is a student at the Bradford Middle School.
>! of the amount of the loan >Gill 63 of Starke stopped for a Sweater-Child'e" : 1)) Bonnie R. King.
from the builder or seller and 1.5 Afghans-Specialty Stitches: 1)) Judy
'Stop sign before
Car Accident ResultsIn attempting a Duffy. .
percent from the buyer a total $300 DamageA left turn. Proceeding too soon, Bedspread.: 2)) Ruth Darley. 3 Prizes for Community Entrants i
of up to four percent. he struck a truck driven by

The trustee the Florida] National Ford sedan that crossed the Larry L. Thornton, 30. of CROCHETBaby's .
Bank of Jacksonville center line and struck a Ford Starke. x Cap. Booties, Sacque or In May 3 Shriners Parade -

then will purchase the loans truck resulted in 9300 in car The accident occurred on Sweater: II) Linda. Tatum.....' will be basis of
Sweater Wo. .:: 1)) Lillian Last week' the Shriners' awarded on the
from the bank at 98 damages Saturday. March 29. '
percent South
Walnut Street and no Fulghum. festival committee met to con precision interest, pep. or.
Thus the lending institutioncan The two car accident occurredon citations were issued. Dress 1)Jan Norton.AfghansG.nsal sider an additional idea for its whatever. So any group can win-
1)) Lillian( Fulghum,
retain a net two percent :
fee. Lenders U.S. 301 100 feet north of 2)) Terry Griffls 3)) Mary Rhodan. annual chicken dinner and The trophies were donated by
origination can
less but not under Edward's Loop Road in Starke.A Afghans-Specialty. Stitches 1) Ada parade to be held on May 3rd. It Brett and Jerry's Athletic
charge more Reddish 2)) Ruth Darley. was' agreed that three trophiesbe House.
terms of the contract under Ford sedan driven by Edward Baby Afghans. 1)) Linda Tatum. 2)) awarded to Doyle Conner will be' .the
community entrants ;
which the bonds are being sold. McFarland Mann 44, of Ruby Mersey. float or otherwise. Grand Marshal of the paradeand
The Florida] Bank at Starke is Orange Park, crossed the center Vest: 1)) Lillian Fulghum. ?
will the awards: It
Poocho or Cape: 1))Harriet L.Fuqusy,, present
committed to find borrowers for line and struck a Ford truck 2)) Sharon Gruenwald." There will be a first place should be emphasized that

$3.25 million. Guaranty Federal] driven by Beverly Jean Tomlin- Bedspread or Tablecloth: 1)) Darlene trophy, and also a .second and Shrine parade units will not be

agreed to take on a $3 million son, 17. of Raiford. Hardee. 2)) Kathy Newhsm. 3)) Nita third place trophy. These eligible for these awards only
committment. The Keystone, McRae. awards will be
presented the
State Bank in Keystone; Police cited Mann for failureto Shawlei, 1)) Pam Duffy 2)) Terry Grit.fie basis on community or private units.
; of
drive irf'a single lane and driving WOMEN MILLIONAIRES 3)) Judy Duffy. beauty, originality, con Gilbert Nelson]
Heights committed to lend while intoxicated. outnumber the male of this Article of Merle 1)) Lillian Fulghum, struction in the case of floats. In Starke Shrine Club

9750,000. ipeciet. 2)) Faye Crouse, a) Barbara Anderson. the case of marching units they Public Relations


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: It's "Silly Fillies" and


Thoroughbreds HerePhotos

l k? kU + and Text by Ines Davis sold at the Ocala Breeders Sale track.

r BCT Staff Writer in midApril.Scot For the average person watching
? explains that althoughLisa a swift-legged horse race

"You have to their individuality is getting the grand treatment around mile track it seems as if
accept -
," before the other horses get the the horse was just born that
train 'em, says a very you young same attention just not quite as way. The training that goes into
horse trainer with much. There's two race-winners getting a horse to race,however
very am-
,bitions.At Roman Trojan, an outstanding is extensive and requires considerably
black thoroughbred, and
Vandy patience.;
17, Scot Clark is carefully
d a quarterhorse named Route "You have to start whenthey're
r J 'JnI building
+ a reputation as a good
K Horse Claimer of The Year last
-- horse trainer. One day he hopesone foals. I start by touching
I, year. them I touch them everywhere
day to have a 30-40 horse
Lisa however must look just to get them used to being
farm and be
of the best
:==. trainers around. superb when she goes before the around people" explained Scot
buyers in Ocala. And because of Delicate and skittish, the
IF Now working with eight that she gets brushed and bathed
horses Scot is horses have to be coaxed into
I I ,grooming a reputation that will every day gets handwalkedso every behavior. Even their ears
there won't be a chance of her
,make for a."good way to make a are sensitive and Scot said he
living." Injuring herself and gets just has to get the horses used to
', the right amount of exercise."She's having their ears touched. He
On the farm off CR-18
just "
J'kA ,Scot cleaner 'n me joked. walks them through mud to get
spends seven days a week
exercising valuable Scot as he gently hosed the filly them used to possible muddy
a virture:
patience. down with a garden hose.Scot's .. race-track conditions. The
tender ministrations to animals are gradually broken into
Little Water. Never Hurt Anybody these horses."patience says Scot to as train he high the horses school takes senior's up much time.of He's the being able to carry a rider by

Special Lisa, a two-year-old filly gets her daily bath keep her in walks a horse. Special Lisa there every morning to feed the walking on a mechanical walker
top-natch condition' before she's sold. Her master, Scot Clark, works around and around until she horses and every afternoon to for 30 minutes a day for 30 days
closely. with her(and the seven other horses_ )everyday to ensure they dries off from her "bath." feed and work with the horses. before Scot attempts to get on
all stay looking and Special Lisa them. "That's to build up their
feeling good a two-year-old
.. Working a seven-day week. Scot "
' leg muscles.:
., thoroughbred filly is getting
spends about four hours each
horse i nn't
Getting on a : quite
extra-special treatment these
weekday and all day Saturdayand
the bustin' bronco scenario that
Due To Numerous Requests We Are OfferingFor days because she's going to be Sunday on the farm. western movies; have conjuredup

either. Scot explains that he

Sale The Following Samples Of Our F.ExlEI Iu 1z! 3111 tS3iDTI gets the horse used to a bit and

1 : Incoming Inventory. 'Plost Of These Units Are ,f.

In Transit To Us And Should Arrive Within :Sy/.

Two Wppks. f '

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All Of These Vehicles Are The "Type" You See AdvertisedBut

Never See On A Lot Because Of The High Demand, Low k 1 II a. i

Price, And Best Of All HIGH MILEAGE 'Figures For Todays a v fr J1I1IkfflJMHi"Say !

Economy All Vehicles Offered Are Subject To Prior Sale. Hey,'This Is Work!

.> See Clyde or,Byron Today! Two-year-old filly Classy. i i"
taking intensive coursework in
1980 Pinto Ron 1 1'1'I "Good Behavior." Mrs. Jean
1980 Pinto Pony Clark works with the racehorse

everyday teaching her how to
STOCK P3751 IN TRANSIT: .. ,r-- mind a rider's commands.
BR 78))x 13 BSW IID
SR 78 X 13 BSW .
i ., ., .. .
WIRE WHEEL COVERS WIRE WHEEL COVERS \ ,, '__ bridle, then a blanket and later a
... .11.1 ,.:. _.. girth. Finally a saddle goes on
) "I. ', ", .... -. "'X' and then Scot is ready to

$4259 $4259. Pardner..." prepare ;the horse for racing-
with a jockey on its back.
These two horses look as if they're sharing a wonderful
secret..perhaps they're discussing the dinner menu for the evening... Scot gets on the horse wInk-
its in a small pen. and eventually -
1980 Pinto
Pony 1980 Pinto 2D With two racers two fillys a rides the horse in progressively -
FLORIDA foal and bigger pens until the horse is
two mares-all highly 1
Wagon spirited animals-Scot quite used to. having a rider.
INTAANS'agon8 THEATRE has his hands full.The definitely horses all After that,' Scot can take the
animal for
AM RADIO STOCK P 3764 Starke -964.5451 receive tender loving care under out gallops.
BR78X 13 WSW Scot's firm and knowledgablehands. "":.:.Training these'horses, you
Fri., Sat & Sun. have to break them but ,
;5064 ; Gary Busey "You can't do the same thing .can't break their spirit-or else
w5136 Annette O'Toole 'for' each animal" Scot said they won't be.racers" said Scot.
In coming back to the fact that the
horses have distinct per- says they gradually
sonalities.One getting out of racing and
nf\no VIpGI. specializing and in
1980 Fairmont 1980 Mustang 1980 Mustang the potential horse to for be example a good racer has horses breaking 'training-getting the

but she just doesn't have the ready for the tracks. For
4 OR.: IN TRANSIT 3 DR. (STOCK M3782)) IN TRANSIT a manners, said the senior ClarK. example the Clarks' now have a
4 CYL.. "We call her '" mare in foal, that Clark just
4 SPEED D 'silly filly.
AM / FM STEREO 2 DOOR The "silly filly' is bought not too long ago. When
RADIAL WSW TU-TONE PAINT RADIAL WSW TU-TONE PAINT RADIAL WSW undergoing intensive training now in Miriah has 'the foal which was
DELUXE WHEEL COVERS DELUXE INTERIOR I sired by Crafty.Kahle, a multi-
DELUXE INTERIOR II I .__..._.___ good behavior. Mrs. Clark is stakes winner Clark will sell the
TURBINE WHEEL COVER I! working with Classy the two-
year-old thoroughbred filly,
WHEEL (hopefully),a considerable
teaching her how to mind
S51.64. i 301 DRIVE INFri. rider's commands and how to a, Lineage is everything and

S5898.< ) Sat. Sun. & Mon.@t behave when she's at a race much attention is'given' to thehorses'
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April 3.WHO "

Softball Season Off and_Running- .

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The champion of the LWCI men'ssnftball Starke team its first loss Sunday evenIng pages li at follow: NI2.101M.-I .
tournament played lest by a 23-14 count winning even Nea.lda R..M........ ,Jl-mj Alvm 2B. 5 Homers in 5 Games : .
weekend at the prison was still an !though Nu,Wave out-homered them 7.3. 2.4 means two hits in four at bal s. ttmyl HlllUri M Rlehuil Nora.M. smacked five home run lo. lead all players In
unknown press time as darkness kept ...................... IHR means the batter hit an inside IM M.lli.Jrti Kvria Mlltor M.Dons K.Wl.h M. Morthslde shortstop Stuart Duncan .
LWCI and Nu-Wives of Starke from Northside shortstop Stuart Duncan I the park horns run. 2B la a double 3B a B-l clap N that department..l weekend. NS coach AI Ctislon. : '
playing their championship game Sunday cracked five home runs in five games for I triple, HR an over the fence homer. Baa Sf.Boy.3Ltod Hers he's ushered around third fame by
the roundtripper lead. but with the title RBI's Is runs balled in, RS is runs 550 RItar B..tt N 11ft, ..... Mw J.4 2D
evening. game left Bruce Backilm of LWCI had scored Ollpl.M. Ha...... ....... M HR.J.e>..MPnv.ll I

The top two teams, who split games in hit four out and Bill Rat. tliff and J.J. So, if you see John Doe 2-3 IHR. 2B BOJK 3-4. IB.sr F.I Miudocll JNcWm.29 .
the double-elimination event were to Wheeler of Nu-Waves had cleared the 3RS In a summary it means John had "
reschedule the title game and play for fence with three shots two hits in three at bats with an inside .LWCII 0
the championship trophy at a later dal e.NuWaves 33 home runs were hit for the the park homer and a double and he NeW..a)- t HR'BID.lUIUIIf. JJ. WkMtar NIt Dow M B.n71L lx HR'.Rud.llTIKH Draa (!Jmu
weekend. scored three limes. Mir M HR a IB.Gns Move M HR A 2BLWCIt .

came through the winners ............................uuOO.......__._....-.-........................-.-..-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- P......14 D.J IB.Wrick M ""M.No R.. Dnl. 1M. WI_ 3410.
bracket by edging 4th-placer B&G of
Siarke. 8.7 and Northaide Baptist Call in Those Softball Stories! '-UD608N
Church of Starke 4-3, and then clouting Bleat Diunu 14 HR a 3B. of''.,
seven homers, two each by Randall. Softball. coaches, captains' sal' hail., [uiurnai*ni 'n> give us (lie, scares "f Nmua t-4 2B.Biiddr R.'J'IBBftOi SSSS CASH MONEY SSSS
played and loading hi r..l.H_ M HR, Bodd- 31LWCI
Thomas. and J.J. Wheeler to turn back Diane at lent inn! y"ur (genres
LWCI 2914. LWCI. which had ripped Call B646305inSiarkHLiilli( >ci[ if mini It'rs for I Iw weekend Ifs local Inurnabi t l7-Netb.ldae For AllIMINIIM
Hampton 38.8 and topped the Senior ') 10 (jive us informal ear wvrktnd' 111111' Involves many learns (ii t would he LWCIi a Mmlull 24 tw. HM.. L. LM HR. B. 24c !IBBreaker .
better if I the tournament director lOr Bukllli 44 HR ft lw.IB.. CANS
14-8 to the winner's finale n.fiball ,inurnanu-nis involvniK 'pains .
Boys to get call Nottk iln Sleet DKMUI *S lw. HR Cit.Le.
came back In the loser bracket. final toliciil !rune Bradford County' Union Couii y. murney iaiis'iclan> lo "ivt'"r 3325.
Northaide Baptist 178. LWCI used i,110 Keyst unwhlelrose ori-a. us Informal\inn nil all t ilie local Ipaitmin- Recycling J
to hand. the Please. call on Monday. following t tip I, v..l\pd. ..WCIIS.N..W.14
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(_ HRV WIUM' 94 2B De,M 3BNu ,
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Indians Improve Locomotions Take RMC Crown 14 WMio HR D HR..ti M_ HR. Wilt W.... HR.JJ. Each a urctay'SRMtaSPMCash

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Mark to 12-1 The Locomotions of Green Cove Springs Bobby Jo Whitehead near. perfectlpfor11
took the RMC women's Softball weekend paced. RMC. which
Keystone's Indians topped Clay High tournament championship last weekendIn opened with a 14-13 loss to Gainesville
14.S) for the second time this season Rtuford, winning the title game 12-4 Tire before beating Newberry Tilers
Tuesday night using a two-hitter by over the Lake. City Athletic after an 10-9 and Gainesville Tire 2214. RMC
Clark Stovall and 2.for-3 nights by unbeaten run throug the winner's. was eliminated by Lake City 17-0. Vlake to
Shawn Prichard and Sam Sibley to beat. bracket Eunice Perry and Norma Wheeler both Up
the Devils 6.4 in Green Cove. Lake City topped Florida Bank of hit 600 and Joan and Jeanette. Red.
'Stovall. wasn't as sharp .as he can Starke. which split four games 12-8 in mond added seven hits for RMC.
bo. said KHHS coach Rodney Nelson the loser's bracket. game.. RMC of Lake Community State Bank beat Farmers i
but the junior lefty didn't allow an earned Butler also won two and lost two while & Dealers 14-12 before falling to Fla.
run even though he walked. seven. Community Slate Bank. of Starke won Bank and Lake City 85. Lorrelt Merchant -
Four Indian errors hurt. one of three and Farmers & Dealer's and Jenkins both hit .600 for -----' -
Afler Clay jumped to a 3-0 lead afler Bank of Lake Butler was 0-2 for the Community
two Innings KHHS lied it at 3.3 in the weekend. Farmer's & Dealers. which was 'I'
I third as two walks and a Kenny Jenn- Florida. Bank opened with a 22-14 win eliminated by Lake City 133. got 6-for-7
tags single loaded the bases an huetedla Uyo-run single tt left...GfTrty :'''imtzdltyState before fallin!!,' to (he W hit ahead.
Rustic walked to force in the living run. Locomotions 10-2 .and Lake City 128.

Jeff Stone led off the fourth with a triple Linda Cubbedge led the Starke team alI ...........................
lo right and scored the lead run on a I ho plate for the weekend with a 563
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wild pitch. balling average two HRs. two triples, wanted to thank Fred Cunningham
Prirhard doubled home Sibley with of her teams 44
and 12 RBI's runs. Resale Griffith, Carl. Gillon Billy Grif-
another run in I the fourth and after Vicki Gaines hit .545 Marian. Walmslvy. fis Sue Whitehead Loretta Merchant. ,
Sibley and Prichard singled and Boalic bal ted .533 and Vorease Jones an even and Penny Shealy. for I their help.
walked a Jim Gruenwald groundnut Milt 500. .
another run home in the seventh afler -.,
Clay had. pulled to within 6-4
Eddie: Dyal had the other KHHS base

hit .

'De. .scats Help KHHSIt 9O

wasn't one oft their best outings of
1 the season b>' a long shot but the Indians .

look advantage of 13 errors by .. "
weak ((4-131) Willislnn! for a 7-0 win al ...- # ,
home Saturday nitlit.
Grady. Rustic went I he distance for ; iA1$ : .:.
his second win. lie allowed four hits a111 .
while sinking out 13 .and walking just : : .
two in an encouraging performance'Grady's .
been struggling lately but all ) '
he needed was some work That's why I Our \ r .
came back. .and pitched! him Saturday. \ .
(.after early-inning control problems { :
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Tiger StreakUnion 7 M u,

County High' baseball winning -
string was abruptly halted at six by AprilKEYSTONE S-
-Keystone's Indians last Thursday. at BRADFORD CO. baseball (7:30): )
-- KHHS' 14-4 six-inning scalping of Clay at KEYSTONE golf 13)
UCHS in Keystone kept the Indians' Santa Fe at KEYSTONE tennis ((3:30): )
'win habit alive at five. BRADFORD girls Softball at Buchhols (4)

The Indians outhlt the Tigers 1.-. BRADFORD tennis at P.K. Yonge((3:30): .".
and'came back after Union plated four Suwannee Cent.Baseball Tourney semifinals : \ '
unearned runs in the second to take a l q I IwY "
short-lived 4.3 .lead.KHHS tied It at 4-4 Friday April 4- e PBRADFORD
with a run in the bottom of the second Invitational track meet (all day)
before exploding for five runs In the Suwannee Conf.Baseball Tourney finals (WHIIston) I '
third and more in the last three Innings Gainesville High at BRADFORD baseball ((8)Monday. ) c ; ,.. ..
to give reliever Jim Gruenwsld his /( 4e'" ,
fourth Win, April 7- *$"'
Sam Sibley banged 866-foot homerto KEYSTONE girls tennis at UNION CO. ((3:301) '' '
the power alley in left to score two, UNION girls Softball at P.K. Yonge ((4:30): "::<':
Shawn Prichard went 3-for-3. Clark y s si sw sy .
Stovall was 2-for-a with a run-scoring Tuesday April 8- ""
double Mike Qrazlano provided a Gainesville High at BRADFORD girls Softball (14)WHIIston )
3-for-4 night and Chris Prichard had at UNION CO. baseball ((8)) '
wo hits and two BBI's In three trips to Baldwin at BRADFORD baseball ((7:30)) a '
sad the KHHS attack. Substitute KEYSTONE West Nassau baseball ((4)) '
Scott Harvin ended it with a dieing i KEYSTONE West Nassau girls Softball ((4))
quail single to right field that scored
Greg Sapp to win it by the ten-run rule. Wednesday April 9-
An RBI single by Shawn Prlchard KEYSTONE at Clay golf((3)
and Stovall' double gave the Indians District Tennis Tournament starts(Gainesville, April 9-12)
their 3-0 early advantage against Tiger KEYSTONE baseball at.r... Victory ((31)
pitcher Tommy Honour ((6-2 with the KEYSTONE girls Softball! at Jax, Victory ((3))
loss) but the Tigers shot back Into the UNION girls Softball at Hawthorns ((4))
lead as a wild pitch a two-base throwing
error and Pee Wee Henderson's RBI
single put UCHS In front 43.
Graziano. who went 3-for-4 for
Keystone, scored the tieing run in the nnfy d iiatpE3ar3.Q
bottom of the second, singling to start
.Ute frame, stealing second and coming Home Run GatheringSam _. Visit Sonny's
home when Eddie Dyal delivered a two- Sibley'number 15)two run homer brought all the Indians out of their dugout In the win over Union County.
t..4 Salad Bar
out single. ..!
KHHS poured across five in the thirdto Nightly

take control for good, loading the ,i 8 Many Varieties Combinations
bases with no outs and getting RBI '0. In COUPON'Thurt.Fri.Sat.
base hits from Graztano and Chris

Prlchard along with a walk and Tiger error Back to 1st Base -
that forced in runs. ""
}i Union Highs Dean O'Steen .I Apr.3,415
Gruenwald ((4-0) who took the moundto
start the third Inning, surrendered jt' I ty: scrambles back to first base On All
Just one hit the rest of the way. ( under a plckoff throw to Indian 00
first baseman Chris Prlchard. $1
#" "fM1 .1' Beef
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:: Cross City or more correctly Tiger errors SON cporkRib
: dropped UCHS to 11.7 and 5-2 In
:=;the Suwannee Conference with a 5-3 win
::::in Dixie County Friday. Chicken
j Union kicked around five errors In the
::::last-two innings to throw away a 3-0 Plates

::r"We made enough errors in those last I Offer Good Only With This Coupon ......IiEAT
::;two innings for the whole year," I I
:;::grumbled Tiger boss Joe Brannen after ? 1
::;the league loss. As of Monday P.K.
r::Yonge stood atop the Suwannee with a ) OATAKE-
:;:5-0 mark with Union Co. and Newberry
.::back at 5-2 and Cross City at 43. .k't IN SOflfl OUT
:::Y:Before the sloppy last two Innings the ,
Tigers and losing pitcher Steve White
((3-2))had things under control defensively. -
No chances were booted in the first Reaf/ii BarB Q
''four: frames and White who allowed

justrfive hits, was breezing along. 2301.1E.'LElVE.140 STIRKE,FLORIDASonny's
UCHS took the lead in the second on Keystone Golfers Top 3
David Barber's solo home run to right Now Has A Salad Bar

fie!* Dwayne Mallard, who led UCHS
With a 2-for-3 day at the plate, poked an Keystone's Indian golfers nipped were perfect and we really didn't play
HBT single to score Tommy Honour in Orange Park in a sudden-death well. But, we're always.glad to win."
the fourth and after Carlos Johary and tiebreaker to win a trl-match Mondayand Monday's tri-match went down to the
Tony and Tommy Honour filled the outshot Gainesville High 169-177 at wire and past as the Indians and
bags In the fifth Dean O'Steen lofted ajracrif home Tuesday afternoon to up their Orange Park were dead even at 166
ice fly to score.Johary for a '/Ot record to 6-4. t,t after regulation. with Flagler third ..tkr.tk ...
d. Then the.!!1or.-al1je: like.r"a4,1.seMe 'I .f Steve greets: '39 \UlllCl..thc.lqd 'n r : :.:. .
: ;;; Nears.King
.... ...11........ (agalRit'W1d'with Kevin-GoflWandMDavid l* ; then beat Orange
V.I.) 010 110 0 3 4 S McKormick adding 43's and Phil Park's number one man Pete Oglesby
Crw.Clt JWhlt.S.2)( 000 02,1 X a 5 4 Pacey a 44. though KHHS coach Ron (regulation medalist at 39)) on the third the '
Brummitt noted that "the conditions hole of a two-man, sudden-death
Union Co. 040 000 4 I 6X
.>.UMI. 315 121 14 14 5 playoff. Greek parred number three
Gnwimld(4.0. L-Hoses((6.2) while Oglesby found the trees for a
HR.Slbli( ) ; (IK. bogey.
2tV;8 Pricbwd(K).SlovaU' (IK). UCHS Suwannee Clubs David Brown wa.lew man for KHHS

Start Tournament with a 40 while McKormick shot 41 pre5erti
Greek 42, and Pacey 43.
BHS Union County's Tigers ((11-7) were to
Hartley In the Suwannee Conference'sbaseball
open play Greek scorched a 34 and the Indians
in Williston
tournament shot their best score to date- 162-but
NeedAnsivers Wednesday night and if they came out they still fell to Live Oak on the road
on top In that tourney opener will play- .
Friday as the Bulldogs carded a 159.McKormick .
tonight.Thursday April 3, at 5:30: p.m. backed
Greek with
BHS baseball coach Mike Hartley i is in the winner's bracket finals. a

looking for answers.If The Tigers drew the top seed in the KHHS levCHS 177
you know a sure-fire method of event as last year's regular season KHHS mnrai Ok 38.Omiln 43.McKonnlck 43,
stopping a losing streak leave your champs and could take the title in the P..,,44. e
name and number at Bradford High double-elimination tournament with
School. He'll call back. Hurry though, just three wins. The championship the Tornadoes host Keystone Heights game Is set for 6:30: p.m.Friday evening KHHS own l>hotort Brow.40.MrKorailck 41, ones
(12-1) for 7:30 Thursday 0_42. P_43-
a tonight. be after
game with another game to played hgir
OP*o:oat 1 r J..8..43,43.
April 3. and play before the home brief break if necessary..
town watchers again against Uv.O.klM>.""H8182
Gainesville High Friday at 8 p.m. and KHHBOtMk 34, MeKonalek :99 Uwili 44.F.O.J Song .
Baldwin Tuesday at 7:30: p.m.Hartley's 41Uw bringing d
'. Keystone Visits 0... Davte:17 B..|Ui. JJ,42.43.
been muttering all the way
through the Tornadoes current five BHS BaseballersKeystone t 5
game losing streak and the lost notch l1y
on the loss. side sent the Tornado boas High's 12.1 Indians bring NOWet
closer. to his grey-hair days.. their seven game winning string to the Office Shop LE" testu'Oo
!l"Bill (Goodge) triples home two runs. Starks to play 3-7 Bradford High 110 W.Call St. 0
I Scott Hudson and Kenny Clark who tonight, Thursday April 3. Complete Selection in .
had both singled)to tie it in the fifth.All Grady Bostic((2-1))was to get ths starting Hallmark Cards and GINS
we've got to do is. score in the sixth and nod for the visiting Indians while Also a selection ef
Fold 'em In the seventh and win it," Kenny Clark((3-6))was named as the Tornado moderate priced gifts 9g0Saturd
Hartley remembers painting the pic- starter. all occasions.4-674 ,
Cure of the game he said "could have
gotten us back on the right track." _. E ( S
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1 He continues the horror story, from ,
the Tornado sixth Inning his face and
mood telling the listener there's no happy rt.TOOL SALE 9t\\
ending to this tale. "After David .
(Sparks)walked we sacrificed him to second At Lawtey AuctionU.S.
and Dwayne McBride singled. I
.w..s telling David to "go, go, go" and 301 In Lawte a'f"--
i wiving him around but he thought I air wrenches 9-\-
'was. saying "no, no, no," and he held athiid. : vises: Regular
( .They pass Scott (Hudson) to load :30
>.the bases and we hit the ball to short- .. tool sets 'FOOD SALE'
atop That' our second easy chance to grinders co\\\.1
score In the Inning.... but the ball hits Frl.Apr.4.730PM
Dwayne and we're out." misc. tools

'. Wait it gets worse. ,. car care products TOOL
''-I''In the seventh their leadoff guy oil filters I SALEI: et
walk,. He goes to steal second. Chuck S a., A
(Johnson) made a good throw..Kenny comealongshammers \\ot\\t\\
(Clark) put the tag on him.It looked like( e screwdrivers.ALL 98
..:good play and the ump started to d
signal DuLl! Then,while Kenny's turning KINDS OF TOOLS I\J u
,the ball loose to throw it-around the 1"e
prnplre changed his signal to safe.. Auction Also On Monday"..7:30 ,.. .'.
Mark (first baseman Mark Williams) kOO\
Wasn't' ready for the throw, it goes over .
-"his head and past ths dugout. That' a
two-base throwing error and we lose the ., \
,ballgame on that play." I HORME3 07 UWIEY ,.;: :
f"I don't know apparently no matter } U.3. 301 North g'SG
what, we do we can't win a baHgame. sa
j Palatka had scored once in the first Now Under New ManagementN \
unearned .
jnd second Innings, both .
tjns, against Goodge ((0-2)) but the .w 'TXI lei C8IAM ClllRMllJI 1:
vnlor righty checked the Panthers on {) '
flat two hits the rest of the way, allow 28 Flavors of Ice Cream d
,Trf only four hits In the ..me. "Bill pitied ; I ,t. J.
real well and Kenny pitched wed '. Friday Special I. -

fcainst Buchhola" Hartley said. "If ." (, .. ,
lay keep pitching like that our pitching. ,)..-.c -( Fish or' $000
!ill be alright. p.\ GP 'Spaghetti I O
Now if can/just find some answers.


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Apr 1980

', *| Bradford ___L ckfuittiona IsFrtday1;: Another 1-Run Loss for UCpush

"That's three In a row but who's counting the contest pant regulation.

t- Bradford High School's annual track invitational will run ill Moxley said. He listed North Marion and St. Augustine* the .: ?" After a scoreless eighth Union again"

:day Friday April 4.at the BHS track behind the high school boys teams to shoot for but noting that the Tornadoes are : Lady Tiger Softball coach Randy ''couldn't touch home in their half of the '

: Field event trials start at 10.m.with running prelim sot to unbeaten on the BHS oval and winners of six of seven dual or : Register wishes he could stop counting ninth before the home team cored one

:start at 11 a.m. Friday said BHS boy track coach Ben Mox- tri-meeLs said "we've got a good chance to win it." .: the one run 10...*. The Union Co. High to win 1211. Attractive I/I ft block.

: ley. Final are to start around 1:30: p.m. First and second place team trophies for both boys and girls : girls dropped. 12-11. nine-Inning declaim Parriah want 4-for-5 with four RBI'. hone en nice shaded !lot In

I Boy and girl team will be on hand with school will be up for grabs,along with Most Outstanding Performer : at WUliaton kit Thursday to tall to to lead UCHS while Gall Roger. was has CH end

: represented including BHS Macclenny St. Augustine, North trophy for both divisions, and ribbons to first to sixth place : 3-5 for the (..on. S-for-5. Rhonda Staff 2-for-4, and city garage.

Marion Milliard Gainesville P.K. Yonge. and Live Oak. Mew- finishers In each event : "We've been in .lx one-run game to Roger, Scaff. and Rhonda Jones all 2/. block home with

ley Hid he hopes to fill the field out to Include 10 teams. The All Sports Club will\ be serving hamburgers, hot dogs, : far" Register noted. They've won but cored two time and nice tiled CH heM
polio on
Friday" and other refreshments at a concession stand. : two of the squeakers.
to first-class meet
:..Ware!......really...4*Rolnir.....to...try.....run....a....................................5............!......! .....................: Last week the Lady Tiger. fell behind city.Many.

11-4 but stormed back to acore sewn .
.1 KHHS 1 & 2 In Track Meet Tornadoes Shut Out run before getting their first out In the ...,eI.ntl.1 let

I At Florida Relays top of the seventh Sandy Parriah's double Did You Know available In city priced to
took first and 440 btari I....-M4. Ml KHHS. with the bases full acored three of.
Keystone High' girls 440, WIIIUu (III 71.4. anO COWLB8: (IKI) 76.4, 4 the Indian boy ware second in a five LISA DYES: 'J))7(17UOLHl ( teams in .last. weekend's Florida Relays' UCHS couldn't get the lead home Small 2/1 block home with
team track meet at the Keystone trackTuesday LAFLUBR: IKI T4.. run Service In The Keystone
MfcglBLEYIKiaU.7.Mil. ( carnival but ail finished out of the from third but they held the Lady Red on.acre of land en SR 24 1.

afternoon .M 4byi. KEYSTONE:4.MIS. money in the prestigious event that was Devil in the bottom of the seventh to Heights Area 4
The Lady Indians scored 102 pointsto Oh Monti IWI 2S.TSmlto made even tougher this year as class 3A Auction larga:9/2 frama hone with

outdistance Interlachen 79 Oak LMlMt IK IfclL schools were lumped In with the 4A en After Business' Hours CN/pIr on 1V4 acres
Hall 18. and Willlston 15, while In. Milo H.IV 1..._ 4.W. fed) KEYSTONE: : trants. Contact: located approximately' I I

terlachen boys won wih 111 point to all The Tornado mile relay team was the Grand Opening Ashley mite from. city.

Keystone's 87 Oak Hall's 83, Bays....." top local finisher but was still just 6th Elaine

Hawthorns'. 43. and WUliaton' 39. 1.55.JH .I Clfjta II) IS.IOH.Hteb in its heat with a 3.81: clocking. Cleaning Contractor for more Information call
Pam Lafluor scored three victories, "Jeep KEITH: JONES (IK) Ml 4lk) WALT D&J Auction Melnai Real Estate,

Mickey Sibley won twice and Allison HONEY D/...IKI' DALE M. : SEYMOUR IKI 10803) SnllSkM 8383 Romano Blvd.' 475-1579 Realtor 44-3" '7S.

Sabo Diane Fish, and Anna Gaglio MORRY CRAVES, IKI 102.914. off Cohoon Rd.. In
finished 12.3 In both the shot put and Putt SEYMOUR (IKI 3841>1. 4UD RICKY 'Marietta In Jacksonville,

discus to pace the Lady Indiana. Keith THOMAS I20HH, Holll.,IK)aa.Ill..) IS.S.SMI)CRAVES(IK) 16.1 lbl HOPP TOPP Hontle SUN POOL 786-2442, ,Is now under I I DIRll
had firsts and third In. LAMDCLEAIINO''
Jones two a PAUL 8TEINMBTZ: 'IKI 21.4. $ new mgmt. of Billy and & fiLL
cluding a school record E2.6 run In the 100 B......,. (IOHI) 10 s. 6th> GARY BONNER Bobble Edwards. Our

440 and Dale Seymour won both weight (IKI) II.0.MU SERVICES: SERVICES: Grand Opening Sole Is
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event for the KHHS boys team. J.IS. IN GROUND Mon. April 7 at 7.00: p.m.

owr.err 440 lUUy.I...........44. 473-4340 Come on out and enjoy the
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(IKI tt-IO,BETSY BOATWIIIGHT,k)..... (IKI)2 27.ftthl CHI8HOLM IKI)XM. Repairs Of Major f.00lS Auction this Sat nlte at Foundations
100 MIWIII) S. Mil Mxlliyi K.._ 4:11II. Sol KEYSTONE Cary McCollum
HISS. Jeep BOATWRIOHT IKI *2, BURBACK 4015. Electric Appliances natallatlon- 7:30: p.m. then the followIng

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Stock Mottle Home I 4t Carpet & Vinyl Installed .Repaired

Parts InO'' 0..0.*'Window. I
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AREAWANTED ]ADS "XE:: ] ':IL"C> JmXJIEEcJ: : : : ::BIrS ClassifiedActs

WORK ARPtHTRV AND Brick.laying MASONRY ISO__ JlFlgar.? ResrdtsFOR Get

replaces( small |jobs _____ ___n_
lobs. Free ..tlmat... SALE


7tpd 3/6-4/24 ASS BOAT Loaded. with

., |jewelry, coins 25" console color TV LOST MALE WALKER .. drive-on trailer
dental gold. Will visit repossessed Payoff YOU HAVE A FLAIR far CITA JOB OPENINGS HOUND: Lost on Meng PRICE Furnished or .111'$ SAW SHOP! Complete Ins IMPALA Custom All In excellent;condition

ham. 1.376.5235.r. balance due $193 cash or writing or want a fob In Payroll Certification Clerk Dairy Rood Address on unfurnished 12x60 mobile sharpening ..rvlce. circular coupe vinyl top. 1530 W. See to appreclat.:$2.695.
Rlttman. tfnchg 4/3 payments, of $19.10 per journalism? The Telegraphhas laundry Delivery person collar. Carl Keith Ken home, front rear BR, 1 3/4 hand carbide, Madison B-4, Starke. Phone 782-3660. TF
Rb.OMMATIi To share month. Under warranty. openings for a full time Recreational Aide, Construction tucky. Phone Merrill Grlf.fls. '. bath, 11x18 add-on room, chain mower blade hollow $700. 4/3 2tpd 4/10 TOWEL
OUTLET colors
iQuse or mobile horn and White's Sewing and Appliance or several parttimereporters. laborer Supply 9646767. Reward$300. carport, large fenced lot. ground and balanced. CLASSIC If 49 OLDS 442.. Fair and Many
Itpd 4/3. Leave at Jackson Building. condition. best of. priced right. Also
pity expenses. Phone days Center 3327 S.W. Experience Clerk, Groundsworker Dutch barn fenced $500 or
173-2210. 1 Itpd 436PU'FROM Archer Rd. Gaineivllle, helpful but not necessary.Must Clerk Typist. For the above LOST 2 DOBERMAN PIN- garden. 436 Polk St., Supply Starke or KeystoneHts. fer. ALSO, 1975 PONTIAC other items new and used.
ALL WALKSf 3764466. be mature local resi fobs, applicants must be SHER PUPPIES 4 mos. old. Stark. 3/27 2tpd 4/3 TFchgALCOHOLICS. Catalina excellent condition Brlc-A-Brac Shop. Hwy 21
P LIFE that interestedn TWO ACRES tfnchg 3/20 dent. If you are interested unemployed 15 out of last 1 Beagle Hound 2 Yre. old. ANONYMOUS inside and out. Phone N of Keystone. TFchg.
) arc near SR-100
from the horn. please write Telegraph, 20 weeks. Also openingsfor lost In vicinity where NEW HOME AVAILABLE 9648251. 718 Laura St.. NOMAD TRAVEL TRAILER
: working free Information ...ndtamp.d. $300 near Keystone Heights. P.O. Drawer A, Starke, Personnel Tech Assistant Sinclair Bryant Road goes NOW Forest Heights, 16 Phone M4-5I4B or 9647619. 'Stark. 4/3 TFchg 1977 24 ft.. sleeps 6, new
qr self-addrested down ,$66.84 per 32091. No phone calls, Clerk Typist ((3 openings Into Game ManagementArea. West towards prison 4 BR TFchg 178 DODGE 4WOl PS. PS, 4 condition. used few times.
month. Phone 473-4058 please. TF. ). Towerperson Asst. No Identification on 2 bath plenty of room REMODELING, BUILDING speed. AM/FM radio 6 Fully self-contained, self'
mvelope to G.A. Reid.O. .
> .' 473-4367 after 6 p.m. MIDDLE AGED WOMAN) to Construction Sup..vl.or.Malnl.nanc.Cu.todlan., any of them. PLEASE CALL stucco. Coll Bob Harris REPAIRS New kitchens, cylinder. Phone 782-3370. roll awning. Reese Trlr.
110" 126.
Fla. 32656.Keystone.Ights Ifnchg2.. operate small restaurant. .ALVIN OR JENNY LANE 964-3311- 473-3133. 4/4 baths, family rooms. Brick, ./3 2tpd 4/10 hitch. Phone 473-4931.
"rf".4/4 REPO SINGER FUTURA Phone 9647184. 3/6 TFchg. Properly Room Assistant 4962605. Itchg 4/3. Stchg 4/17. block concrete. Fireplace MSJ FORD PICKUP FlOO.Curr.nt 3/37 2tchg 4/3

late model fully automatic EXPERIENCED SAW MILL Law Library Clerk Flreperson 230 ACROSS FROM specialists. Crlllls Con Inspection sticker, NEW AND USED FURNITUREand

i"ff sewing machine. Does It HELP WANTED: Sawyer- and Transcriber HOMESFOR HOSPITAL 3 Br. 2 both, struction. Phone 473.2108 good tires, 350 C.I.. "..ed.bott.ry. appliances. Porch
LQST/FOUND all.-stralght stitches: Pine Timbers-Automatic Operator. For the above or 4732578. TFcha $200 takes It. rockers BARGAIN
family room fireplace,
darns, buttonholes Phone 964-63M alter
monograms Carriage-Hydraulic Feed. |jobs applicants must be SALE separate dining CENTER. US 301 South
G'OLD'N RETRIEVER! blind hems. lumber Grader-Pine. unemployed 10 out of last available 90 days.room LowS0' SEWING MACHINES p.m. Ask for Doug. Itpd 9646679. TFchg
Original contract S99. Payoff Planer Operator-Woods 12 weeks. All the above REPAIRED All makes 4/3
female years old 60 .
ound.. In Lake Hutchison remaining balance of 412 Machine. Apply to |jobs are TEMPORARY and cleaned oiled and ad- 175 DODGE DART Special
area Monday March 31. $144.10 coin or take overpayments Alton Boxboard Company will end Sept. 30, 1980. All 2 bath home, fireplace. 964-5511 or 4733133. 4/3 lusted. $10. Work Edition. Assume payments doors, pipes, plus
"$;75.1995. Itchg 4/3 of 12.60 per Whltehouse, Fla. Phone persons applying for the $1500 down available In 6 3tchg 417. guaranteed. James $111 for 18 months. Ted 10,000 other Items now at

FEMALE PUPPY Lost Friday month. Trade-ins acceptedas 9047815811. 3/13 4tchg above positions must be aBradford weeks. Other plans, other MOBILE HOMES Why pay Strickland corner MorganRd. Oglesby, phone 964-5240, Bargain Canter, US 301
4/3. County resident lots. Phone Bob Harris, and Hwy 16. TFchg after 3p.m. Itchg 4/3. South Starke. TFchg
AAarch 28 on North Pecan part payment. To see more? Buy direct from fac
St. by high school track. call credit manager collect OLAN MILLS STUDIO will betaking economically disadvantaged 964-5511 or 0473.3133.3 tory. Large selection of 24, 1979 FORD FAIRMONT LIQUID CHICKEN FERTILIZER
fan with white boots, half. 9043764467. tfnchg 3/13 applications for 6 and meet the above 3tchg 417.BESSENT 14. 12 wid...COMMUNITY RADFORD SEPTIC TANK WAGON 200 6 cyl.. AC. $12.00 per ton. Deliveredand
tperman Shepherd half. LAKE LOTS FOR SALE conscientious well-spoken unemployment re ROAD Moor 230. MOBILE HOMES SALES US SERVICE Bradford residential AM/FM/cosselte, Pill 4 spread. 6 tons per

JHutky. Answers to Toni.) Keystone Heights. people for telephone quirements. For more Information Fantastic 3 BR, 2 bath sundeck 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. pump-outs, $45. Com speed luggage rack. $600 load. Call Bob 463-1320 for

!"71!;=3697. Itchg 4/3 Beautifully wooded lots on soliciting. Also messengerwith contact: Fla. fireplace two bay 1 to 6 Sunday Phone mercial and Industrial Fully and take over payments. Information' 3/13 4tchg
State Employment Service, licensed. Phone Phone 964-7166 alter 6 43.HOGS.
small car for light Middle $50's.
clear sand bottom lake. garage.
r.FOR RENT"HOMI Good terms'or discount for delivery. Apply In personto 209 W. Call St.. Slarke, Fla. Available 90 days. Call Bob 964.1741. TFchgBY 964-8121. TFchgHORSfSHOCINOl p.m. for more Information.TF FOR SALE Cut and

Miss Thomas at the 32091, 9648092. Itchg 4/3. Harris. 964.5511 or OWNER Completely 4/3. wrapped. Pork chops and
1 to 5 acres with nice Trimmingor .
Bradford Motel EARN EXTRA MONEY at : Step.side Good .
trees overlooking lake beginning 0473-3133.4/3 3tchg 4/17. remodeled 3 BR, one bath corrective work. 13 sausage. price.Phone
ON LAKE GENEVA SWB. $2,200. Adams
:2 after 9 home
Wednesday April : good Easy 7823481.320
pay. Family Room Fireplace, Stchg
from $3,500. $SOD dawn FORECLOSURE PROPERTY experience Larry
2BR.completely furnished a.m. Itchg 4/3. work. No experiencenecessary. years Auto Soles Keystone, 4/3.
washer/dryer. $225 $50 month. Commercial Send for Large two story home corner Screened porch Central LoFollette, Starke, 4734078. Itchg 4/3.
months Phone 4732455. lots on SR-21 North MICROFILM SERVICE COMPANY R.I.A.. P.O. Box ap Madison and Orange Heat S Air Nice Corner Lot 964-6273. 12/13 TFchg 1978 PINTO AC. AT, PS ONE AND ONE HALF ACRE
) located In KeystoneHts. plication. LOT overlooking HamptonLake.
In Saratoga Heights. 1021
ltcbg.4/3 available. Owner- Streets Financing extra clean. $2,995.AdamsAuto
is now taking applications 552 Lake Butler Fla. W. Pratt St. Phone HOMES BUILT remodeled or Contains 'large pond
OFFICE SPACE 335 lalesman. 4734375. 2/22 available Guaranty Sales Keystone.
square 32034.: 3/20 4tpd 4/10. kitchens
for employment. For repaired fireplaces, stocked with fish and
9645639. Available
feet..one or two rooms, tfnchg 473.2511.3 HAIRDRESSERS) NuWoves. Federal phone 964.5000. Now. and electrical 473-4078. Itchg 4/3.
phone plumbing
appt. beautiful building site.
3/27 Slchg 4/10. 197 PONTIAC Sunblrd
entrance. $125 REPOSSESSED
private 2tcha 4/10. Phone 964-8431 :l120.tchg 3/13TFchg. work. Phone Wade
12000. Phone 468-1551.
rnpnth Including utilities. AC. AT 4 cyl. $3,793.
Amana microwave oven. L j Bohr Building Contractor,
473-3288. 2tchg 4/3-10 Only six months old. Under Adams Auto Sales.Keystone 3274tchg4l7COBIA
LowMy. 7823973. TFchg. 4734078. Itchg BOAT 16'B". with 40
FOR-RENTl Trencher, compactor warranty. $184 cash or CARPENTER specializing Inremodeling
HamesHaving 4/3. hp Johnson motor. Cheapfor
cement 'take over of Affardabllll rooms,
; mixer payments screen
197S DODGE PICKUP) U cash. J. M. Edwards,
pressure washer, lawnmowers $18.11 per month. Whigs sun dock., concrete and
ton, 2295.
top phone 9645379. 3/27
tillers, other Sewing and Appliance block work. Phone Bud cgmper 2tpd
Adams Auto Sales, 43EASTER
garden auto and construction Center 3527 S.W. ArcherRd. 9647816. 3/28 TFchg Keystone, 4734078. Itchg
KEYSTONE RENTALS ., Gainesville. 3764466. 4/3.
Hwy. 21 North tfnchg 3/20 with sewing machine belts each. Different colors.
04* .2995. TFchg LUCRAFT OPEN and candy bars who checked Phone 782-3068, 1 Itpd 4/3.
TWO' BEDROOM 1'h BA FISHERMAN-1974 17', out ahead of me at WANTED S3 GAL. INK DRUMS SS

trailer between Hampton center console, tri-hull Trouble TGSY on March 25. please each. Perfect for burn bar.

are Theressa. Reasonable SOHP Evlnrude, galvanized call me. 4963521. Itchg I OOD PRICES PAID for used rels and other uses. Inquire
rent..>Deposit of $75 required. tilt trailer 2200. 4/3. mobile homes If mortgageIs Bradford Telegraph.

.- Phone 468-1980, 4733647. 2tchg 3/27.4/3 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S 135 W. Call St., Starke.

1 tohg 4/3 BY OWNER 6.09 acres MOBILE HOME SALES. 9646305. TF.
9645606. Open 7 days ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL
HOMES cleared 12x70 2BR with mobile or without hams.Plantation FOR RENT weekly. TFchg SAW Equipped for 220v
1 WANTED) Mobile home axles electric 250. See at Bradford .
? ? 1
FOR SALEBY Farms South off Financing ,'ALMS APARTMENTS Furnished and tires. Will pick up. Telegraph 135 W.
SR315. $18.200 for all. efficiencies and I OLIN'S MOBILE HOME Call. Stark. 9646305. TF.

4733397. Itchg 4/3 BR opts., weekly or mon- SALES. 9645606. Open 7 ALUMINUM PLATES 24"x36"
OWNER--on Spring KONICA AUTO-REFLEX T-3 thly. NEW FURNISHED days a week. TFchg
sheets of metal.
Perfect for
Lake, 2BR 1BA, storage 50mm barely used STUDIOS monthly only. I CASH FOR COINS) Gold
building porch well automatic flash attachment 2313 N. Temple, Starke. silver sterling dental patching' roofs on barns,

Swim ski fish $39,500. air release and "Priced out of the market? Well think again t We have brand new TFchg gold. GF scrap jewelry optical etc. Make good mobile
Owner will finance tripod carrying case, $"50. KITCHENETTES) One BR. frames, etc. J.R. Bull. home skirting. 25< each.
473.3151. tfnchg 3/6 473-2960. 2tchg 4/3-10 three. and four-bedroom homes. . Call today and see apartments, pool TV AC. Ington 964-6250: TFchg. Bradford Telegraph 135

BY OWNER Orr corner of DINING ROOM<-SIT. 'tOok' ." ,..j( you qualify for as low_as..4% financing.. !:! = .'' K ,. utilities included. Totally' RIDING LAWN MOWER Ingoo4 W;.-..jCjHUi: ( ''t.4I Storke, ,'I]
'0 furnished-Weekly. monthly : c'andtlonColI: Mike., 964-630S31. ;II l ;]
Sylvan Way and Palmetto,, table 'dnaSUPeholWBQf1fet 'a? .".. ,:, ,; .J' :
.7 -3.95. Itpd. "/3.' $230. Also, 4 Sears rates. TEMPLE MOTEL. 9645818. Itpd 4/3. FISHING BOAT motor and
880 N. Temple Ave.. trailer. Phone 964-5251 or
DEER SPRINGS! 4 BR, 2 bath radial tires $150. Stark. Phone 964-7357. 964-6112. 4/3.

fireplace, one full acre 4732417. Itpd 4/3; You May Qualify For This Special Plan If Your 9/20 TFchg. FOR SALE WEDDING Itchg GOWN Chapel
ft. $1500
dyer 1500
sq MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE length veil Included. 57Must
dawn-for qualified buyer. PERSONALSERVICES HOME PARK mobile homes
Payment under $300 Income Does NotExceed The Chart BelowNo. and spaces for rent. Phone I NAY LaFollette.Bahia. Starke.Larry .. apricot see to colored appreciate.Also evenIng ..
month. Available 90 days. 4682912. TFchg
9646273. TFchg. gown size 12. Call
Phone Bob Harris. 964.5511 THREE BEDROOM furnished
a' 473.3133.3 3tchg 'HAIN: LINK FENCE 964.50408.04/3 2tcfig 4/10.
CARPENTER WORK In home on Crystal lake,
4/17. kitchen.cabinets Family material. Do' It yourselfand
Remodeling work carpeted deck no pets.Adults. REPOSSESSED
LAKE BROOKLYN, 2 BR unfurnished and trim Deposit. Phone save. 'Installation SINGER PUTURA

house on lake. carpenter. Reasonable 4733581. 2/21 TFchg available. Free estimates. Late model fully automatic
CH/A W/W carpet kit. prices. Call Ed Dempsey at 2 Persons 3 Persons 4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons TWO ROOM FURNISHED kit- HandyMan Fence Co. sewing machine. Does it

ch.n' lIqulpped. No p.".. 473-2477. tfnchg 2/7 chenette. By week or 9648559. TFchgWATSON'S all--atretch stitches, darns,
Phone", 964-5663 or after ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS month. Underwood Motel HOUSE OF monograms, buttonholes,
s16,000 s18,500 s22,000
s13,500 s19,500
5:30: phone 475-2636. Itpd Closer meetings Monday 8 3 miles North on US30I. VACUUMS] Many brandsof blind hems. Original con

p.m. Open meetings, Friday ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY Phone 9647184. TFchg new vacuums. Used tract$599. Pay off remainIng .
FOR SALEPUPPIES 8 p.m. Alanon Monday MODERN FURNISHED APT machines available. Parts balance of' $14..10ca.h

8 p.m. Matson Monday 7 carpet', one BR heat air. and accessories for all or take over payments of

Cute, healthy p.m. All meetings at These Homes May Include private paved parking. vacuum systems. 4O4 NW $12.60 per month. Trade-
Cocker Spaniels. AKCregistered Educational Building Com security doors and /lights.No 10th Ave.. Gainesville ins accepted a. part pay

6-weeks old. munity Church. 475-2163. CarpetsFireplaceAppliancesDown children or pels., Phone phone 376.7110. TfchaISSUMI'AYMENTS ment. To see, call credit
tfnchg. 4/3. 964-8265 after 5:30: p.m. manager collect
475 932. 2tchll.3.10.
SLIDING GLASS DOORS-B'. 3/27 Stchg 4/3 ,' 3" console color TV.rapo..d. 904.376-4467, tfnchg 3/13
frame'and screen door, MISCELLANEOUSAMERICAN bedroom duplex. Utilitiesfurnished. balance due $192 Pay cash orpaym.nl. limon microwave oven.

$100. 4732758. 2tchg LEGION BINGO Private yard of $19.10 per Only six months old. Under

Is MT ALake Highway 21 north. Satur. Payment As Low As $99000We and driveway. Phone month. Under warranty. warranty. $184 cash or
Geneva day 7 p.m. and Sunday 964-5464.: TFchg Whites Sewing and Appliance take over payments of
100 ft X 436 ft. Lots 2 p.m. Public Invited TWO[ 2 BR mobile homes) Center 3527 S.W. $18.II per month. White's
$90 a month and Sewing and Appliance
Restricted tfnchg 10/18 Archer Rd., Gainesville,
for 1850
sq. FREE LUMBER and bricks. SllS/month. Phone 376-4466. tfnchg 3/20 Center, 3527 S.W. Archer
fit minimum building 964-6112 or 164.5261.3 Rd., Gainesville. 376-4466.
Just tear down old house IMEROCKi. 20 yd. semi
site! In Bradford County. and clean up. Phone Have Recently Built 12 Homes 2tchg 4/10. 'loads only. ALLEN E. tfnchg 320Car.er
REAL NICE furnished one Bitapartm.nt.
CLYDE WIZIPSON Jacksonville 17257170. TAYLOR. Lowtey. Phone
Position A vail.
S tfnchg 3/20 Under This Program And The Payments C tiny baby accepted.large rooms No; 7823172. TFchg
YARD SALE. Friday and F INCINGi All kinds, hog WE OFFER:
: .
Phone. .
pets, no drinking. A c.- war.1-1 1M.
4 and 5.9
Saturday April welded barbwire ....... _
6 CO REALTOR 9648071. Itchg 4/3. wire, wire illmlw4 hewn,
a.m. til... Imokolee Road ... .
from Hot .
Range wood chain link:
& 11.11150 ONE BEDROOM
off Household and ,
SR-21. .
; A win rml.rh.r
!.;tax' '56....'. 24 h... baby Items galore. Much $29500 apartment. Apply' at free estimates. MANNING M.nNn S>i TrUnlits.If M. '

.I !. 377-7W6. 24 firs. mare. Itchg 43Roberts to Month I Tackle Box US 301, Stark. FENCE CO.. 473-4822. esewrx 0..a..
Itpd 4/3. Keystone.. TFchg I If you went to really work
two BEDROOM mobile CALL 473-3214

hornet. partially furnished. BIRCH'S
AC locatedin
r du Based On Size Of Mortgage And Your country. Phone 964-5630 IPM PEST CONTROL W.IIDrillin
after 3 p.m. llpd 4/3. [
r(21 Real Estate two BEDROOM furnl.hedapartm.n' 964-5534

[ !# 'I Personal Financial Situation. month. Phone: AC.964-6201.9125 Is> Pest Control 2" Thru i 6"

Protection e Fast Rotary
4-7828 98e Temple 4/3 2tchg 4/10.
e Drilling Equipment

..- ASSOCIATES. .r. If You Own Your Own Land Your Payments, IN REMODELING COLD -.,,STATE LICENSED

( Weekends end"IveillnasMcherd Sill; ;\ .: Would Be Less. ,,1 BATHS ,Pump

Roberts '....15,. Judith Flynn.,.4i3e4P . e t
Ann Godwin.'....IISt ts JllcOK.'....6579 t. Replace Those Worn Out Shabby Tiles. New & UsedSalesPartsService

Jhn longford,,,-3,," Wllllem Conan*.....70.. Professionally' Clean And Rogrout Walls e Floors ,
Ucllle Spry'......20 :
LfrraoitCenon 64-8704 Marble a Quarry e C.rsmlo e Sheet Vinyl .Vinyl Tile
I Key Waters. .9M-6941 Call Us To See If You'Qualify'Rffardablw E-ZT ennlSPUM.P


'- Call 6-3BI4 after hours '
964-7630 Installation '
Free Estimates Remodeling Repairs
...! nice I bedroom homes from.S23-000-
) Lovely 4 bedroom home $.*.000.
*Nice selection ol bedroom homes from $$TtOO.


fevero! Mobile Home on large lots !from SJl.tOO. Q. Information Leading To The &

*4 acres .behind Primitive Baptist Church., Ham.
it Bedroom on IR 100 West t21.1OO. f Return Of A Year Old, Male SUPPLY.COMPANY

ft Wooded lot el Storke Country Club' $10.500. Chihuahua HAS TAIL MISSING. .
Club' StS.'""'. '
Beautiful 4 bedroom et Country :
: "
".Answers To The Name Of "Andy.
LAKIBUnER 327 W. Call St. Keystone Heights 864 N..

Several 2 bedroom homee from $Ms7'. Starke Family Pet. 'Temple Ave. .

f Large bedroom "home WJ.OOO. Call I t
473-3133 964-6370 Fla. '
f,Three 1 bedroom revels" plus' 7S *IO vocent residence. 964-5533 I Larks.
*+40iOM. Anytime. j I ..9647(1'61KEYSTONE

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April 3. IllIG

Football Calls Malachi Henry

A.way from Bra ford High A&ain 1

i ..,
..." "-'
.S '
Malachi Henry has been this route That's why I'm leaving school: now. I t
before. thoughts and beliefs on ;In book v.
paper a
want to get In shape and be able to '
concentrate of /
he's /4
poems started to be
After a stellar career .. a running football titled Poetry t
fully on
back at Bradford High School Malachi' of the Mind-To Stir the Imagination.
"Out of those four I have been to a "It'a
graduated In 1973 and moved on to New Orleans something enjoy it relaxes my
know "
camp me,
Southern mind he said of his creative
Mississippi University to Henry said In explaining that the Saints writing.
"My mom has been
start a college career that him real inspiration -
saw star could well be his best bet. "Thy have
aa a defensive back and kick returner. to ma since my childhood. She instilled
more background
on me and I could
Now he's leaving BHS for Southern my Christian' beliefs In me.
very possibly sign with them before I
go That'a what I
Mississippi again, but this time he' on my aa far aa my
on to the other camps I was close "
very fz
strength ha said
bidding adieu aa a teacher and Birdie Robinson
he's go'lug with the Saints before. Dick Nolan mother of Malachi' l lr
not as a prospective college and his two sisters.
grldder (head coach) talked to me personallyand
by chance I don't
but instead aucceed it
will besom.thlng
a possible
pro. said ha was high on ma but that he
Henry I.going back to his alma mater had just signed all the defensive backs I've enjoyed. I'll know deep
to get In shape for NFL training campa. he needed. within that I gave it my beet" If he itdotl
He hell doesn't stick with an NFL club ha has
says work on the weights "From
to that
going and '
camp playing option to play' for the
sprints, and conditioning work with with the Jacksonville Firebirds, who
Firebirds to
SM'a team for a month before taking off have already asked him back to camp.
in 'last
stay shape year I know what It "I've
for his first NFL tryoutwith the New enjoyed teaching at Bradford
takes. I know I have the ability to make "
Orleans Saint. at their New Orleans it in the pro ranks." Henry continued. High Henry continued. "It'a very

mini-camp set for mid-May. If he That gives him confidence In his gratifying to go through high school: & aamay anouun bortball'l'eam

doesn't hook on with the Saint. he has physical ability but it la I his confidencein then go off and gate college degree, and Keystone High's Back row I. to p., assistant coach John McCnllough Karen
tryouts with the Miami Dolphins come back to your home town to teach. girls Softball team ISI front row, left to Smith. Murray Edwards
Buf Ood'a will that Joy Kelly
gives Malachi' most of right Stephanie Wheeler Melany Alford,
It's and Tracy
falo Bill.,and Dallas Cowboys lined his fulfilling to give some insights to Sharon Walreth.2nd row,I.to r., Pentlend Lynn Slegler.Angela
"Thi. la something I've been wanting up. "My support faith ha and says. strength klda. To let them know you can succeed Donna Dodd. Beth Walnth. 1 .T..rv C.llo,.,.... a..L.1. ml. Henderson coach Nancy Kop-

to do for through if you have the desire and the
some time... and I'm not get Christianity is what has faith

ting, after any younger students"had Malachi given said him a Tuesday par for this.and God purpose gives and me It.a.sense prepared through of direction him me- just within for you the to black' achieve kids but your for goals.the' white Not Union NettersAt I Lady Indians TTr...% 4 f\ 5.2 ..

ty for his 'last day at BHS. "The kids as well. I want to show them that -
that I
oppur accomplish all things, There'a SuwanneeUnion
has people from small towns The Lady Indian Softball team of Walrath and
tunity been presented to me and I many football players' in the can succeed In KHHS Tracy Calloway both
want to give it my best shot ..hll-I' can but unfortunately only a few make country it anything they want to try." County High's boya and girls' 10-3 moved Its record to 8-2 with a clouted homers and Walrath ;and
"I just pray that all the kids tennis teams win over Jax. Victory Christian Henderson led the scoring
the NFL. I have faith In that'sgiven young go to the Suwannee Conference parade with
from above. myself who have a goal stick with it and have tennis tournament at the Monday night and a 21-4 thumping of four runs scored each. Callowaywent3for4

Malachi' la faith in God. He'll carry you through all Unlveraiy Courts in Gainesville Friday Interlachen Tuesday. with Sharon Walrath "and
putting of his
ObituariesMra. some your trials' and tribulations" and Saturday April 4-5. Tiger coach" Karen Smith homered and singled Stephanie Wheeler both adding two hits

John Slater' listed Cross City aa the and Angela Henderson and Tracy in four trips to the plates, one of
Emma Badman favorite in both Calloway both 3-for-4 In the Sharon'a hits
boys and girls' divisions were win being a triple. .
Mrs. Emma Badman age 82, of KHHS Netters Top BradfordThe with P.K. Yonga the darkhorae. over JVC. JVC om DM 1K.J.I.

Starke died Thursday, March 28, In In matches last week the Lady Tlgere Against outmanned Interlachen the ... eel 040 a.10:

Clay Memorial Hospital following a tandems of Michelle Weeks-Kelly again ended their season 3-8,3-5 In conference Lady Indians struck for seven runs In I.UrUeboo .
long Illness. Born in Bolsover, Newsome and Michelle Hank-Natalie that win. against PKY to clinch play' with a 4-2 win over Chle"nd.t- the first third and fourth aa Beth Kojotaw 707 001 7.10. II 4

England Mrs. Badman had lived In Duguid came up with clutch doubles Also Tuesday Lake Wednesday followed by a ..S loss to
this area for the last 24 years and was wins and Keystone City topped the Williston Thursday. The UCHS
won three matches BHS girls
a member boys (now 10-6)) 6-1 with Craig _
of the First
United that went the limit Monday afternoons Sapp winning the won three of four matches played on
Methodist Church. only match for the
the Lady Indiana' against Williston but had to
topped Bradford Tornadoes give away
Patricia Survivors include a daughter Mrs. High'a girls 6-2 In Starke. beaten him 0-0 against 6-0 earlier.KHHKOMoIFKYI a player' who had three points to forfeits. Try A Taste OF X11

Spengler of Starke; three The Tiger boys dropped both matchesto
sons, Lloyd Badman The Lady Indiana' added aim-.- The Country
of New a 6-2 win end 0-10 overall and 0-8 In the Suwan

Brunswick Canada Percy C. and over P.K. Yonge Tuesday go improve ....1eoI Mlllor IP( ...,. W..k. M. Huk IK) Jack Badman both of WestonSuperMare their season record to 8-4 while the BHS M--.06 New.om.W...,. 0tI7Oqald nee.Marcie Mooneyham, Pam Richards STEAK In
England; a sister Mrs. Ger- girls are 78.Newsome. ( _) Oorato M. Dubp. (IP) drf. Orb M. Pam Richards and Paula' Rucker soared, fiBISCUIT twr elPe ..
trude Gaunt of blw WmfkfNfwmamm( )dW.MU,-O_M
Tipshelf England; 13 HuUu-Ouf. |tlU...,.o..... ooaIap.-.. singles wins to pace the Union girls past
grandchildren and 11 great grand- who had already won a Chiefland. Mooneyham and Richards
children. three set tiebreaker singles match KHHS flita Bradford t ended
over the with
season 4-4 conference
Funeral services BUS'Julie ping)_ ......! (IB dW W.... 6-1. 74. HuJu
were held Mon- Griffia coupled with Weeks flU records while Rucker ended A tender cube steak coated with
day. March to win dW John -7 IM1.?*..N. N_(elU....,. Gril... 4.2 and
31. at 2 p.m. in the DeWitt 9-8 by tiebreaker at number one 44. *-!. 74 (15-11. Duiuld (IKI d.f. Dmuuk M .... Carolyn Griffia 4-3 in loop play.
C. Jones Chapel with Rev. George L. doubles. In another three-set" marathon Mom(fB''.!. 0_e-l.Sl.dmbkw On the boys side Damon Wyerick our special batter.........Served upon an Itiw
Harper officiating. Burial Hanks edged Bradford's Eliae W..k..N.mn.IlUdoI.( Joefcckbto$ M
was in Johns. took both
singles and his doubles
match biscuit will have
f&.2H..Du. a
Crosby Lake The (IK)d.f 0,411b-Mu..HuklklUMi country
Cemetery. DeWitt C. KHHS doubles teams both won Chilly IB( )..,. R.. 1454. with Ricky Starling against Chiefland-
Jones Funeral Home was in charge of while Henry Curry got his first win of you asking for more.

arrangements. the year for the only Tiger victory

Mri.Gladys Taylor Odom against Williston. Curry won a 9-8 2 I.19BISCUITS
Mrs. Gladys Taylor Odom Kellogg Kellogg Starke Kec. tiebreaker when he came from behind FOR

age 76, died in the Bradford County Department 4-O with five straight points to win the
tiebreaker 5-4.
Hospital Friday following a sudden
attack. Born UCHS ffte 4-ChMlud a
Mrs. in Colquitt County Ga., ....... Kb| 1C ... GrlfCl. M. M.....,,_ IU) &
Kellogg was a member and past Softball dof.gfcorp M.
Openers UefentolU Ml.iamm M. aoekor(U)
Matron of the Order of Eastern Star, : M. HnlMS4.OrifnoMaMojolun.

Chapter No. 224 a member of the -- Ul) dof. 8ooipjoo CRAW
Bethel Baptist Church, and formerly 6t. K5CH.d..s ICt M.. tUchonkt-IUefeir.

operated the Odom's Meat Market on ChMlud.boy 4.UCH8 J
100 South for many vcars. ]Men's Open Men's Church ....1eoI K1.0J 1C)M Curtr M. Bulo(O oof.TynU 3 / ',. iutlirmift ll'e"eo".nJ ; / 1.59

survived oy ner nusoana, Ralph A. .... Cf wo ICI ...,. swung.. .... Wjorick Itll do..
Kellogg; 2 daughters Mrs. siarKe THICK riaza, the league champ First' JOO.MO2.. with Pith '1I1U1I .
aa W.ter'.t' Kingsley Lake Bap dooblon KbofBul. (O M. Cury-Tjnoll M.8torlio.rWj.rick gravy
Wise of Starke and Mrs. Leila Greene year started the new tilt, and Pine Level Baptist took the 0)1) dof. Cmn-Loporu M.WlllUtoo and
of Albany, Ga.; 1 sister, Mrs. Bessie season off with an easy 23-2 five-inning early lead in the Starke Rec. Depart.men's a fargf lint 01100'.1'IItU.
Wilson of Starke win over the Senior Boys Monday night 4.UCHS olrl.3
15 great-grandchildren.; grandchildren and and three other teams opened with wins with Men's Church Softball League ..bubo. i! WIUU100* oonbor 1 .... > dogta .."T .,..
aa the Starke opening game wins. forf.lt. Moonyoooi der.IMoeoll M. Rlehordo IUI y
Funeral services were held at 9 Rec. Department'a Men' Kingsley Lake pounded First dof. Mooolooo/ 66. Roeor(VI woe M.doobloo .
a.m. Sunday Mar. 30, in the Bethel Open Softball league got underway. 29-1 and Pine Level Baptist :WIIU.loo woo........I ifeubUo. bjr fort,...
edged Church
Baptist Church The Continental Connectors got of DrioeoU-MoMMooo IWI dot. Mooa......-IUeo.id<
with the past God
pastor Rev. 0-7 in league openers Monday night *J. Queen
Hampton Volunteer
Ray Teston officiating. Burial was at 13-11, Nu-Wavea Fire Department while First Methodist ripped Hope Baptist WI1Uotoa......a.VCHS I 301 North
2 p.m. Sunday in the Laurel Hill Elecric squeezed by Hayes 23-8 and Church of God came back ......* Will_ ... ._.... 1 ..i I ....U. br
Cemetery Thomasville Ga. DeWitt 6-4 and LWCI edged BAG 16-14 with a 14.4 win over he Starke Jr. ,..,...,C.i.,.tV'dol.A41.M lIMMr I W)dof.Tyt.ll I
C. Jones Funeral with two runs in the bottom of the Boys W. MtWldol. Wloriek frl.Wbloo .
Home was in ((13-16)) Tuesday 964-7478
charge night.Defending
seventh in league :WlllHtoo ... brazier.
of the other openers. ma*ouBbor>donbloj bj lorf .
arrangements. Play continues with games Monday Its champ Mbrlhside Baptist Church opens ...... :.* IW|...,.CWTJ'iyi.ll .... I I
season against
Pine Level
Avery C."Buck" Dennison week.Tuesday and Wednesday night of next Thursday April 3, with a 7:30: p.m. game x

Avery C. "Buck" Dennison, age 73, at Westside Field. '
5.-mo.' .
Hampton died Tuesday in the rrr..d y.Aprilll, ) Bumm..l.a, GRADUATION GIFTSPECIALS Homework !
Alachua Hope
General Hospital following a BO 1.0.11. .0.01
u .. ..
long illness. LWCI let M. Born in Lake S i I
Butler 0 I
on I. .... ,
Hop .
.. .. Du. IHR. 8l. .
Jan. BAG Joh r -.0 M IB ... HnkU U 28 D.
18 Brew.
in 1905, Mr. Dennison had lived Dab Her 2-4."... Oriffl.2-4:2B.>Mlle ry Sndm 14 1 SB..'. No* 12. Pot_Murphy 1.1, Gwild H..... 11 2B Now Is The Time _
Hampton MlebaoI1Ue
over 55 years. He was a L WCI, O. D.34/ L.LM 12.
Mintoll _
retired painting contractor, a P.wu.. W. MUIw... J-t:2B. I..Mot.._.. ..!Terry MudorN UB..K.vti. MIUw To Order Your
member of the H. R." S4 SB.Dra| R.kU.k:28. earl Blf,.M
Hampton Christian H..EIoouIe 28 Jfc. 0...."'. 2-2 2B. Scott Polk 2-2, Tool
Church and a member of the Hamp- N.-W.V,. oaiios OS40 0 I)0.4. PlbdlM 34 two 2B.. Dory! Tborauo 2B.JrBoy. Graduate

ton Senior Citizen's Organization. H.y_ 1Ioa.r Kllbr 1.1 ....." Hnm 1 1. -s A I
Survivors include his N.-W.v..,Rudy ea.w.1.1,Bill 1000900-4 J
wife, Ruth M. ajUUHZB,
.. CkuRkolOod 0 1 1 To Toke .. :
Dyal Dennison of MI.I Lw<7 ..2K 7 0 6. 14 To College.
Hampton, 1 Jr. Boy. Craig Sopp 28 s.... Spoil I.2.Edw.rd
daughter Mrs. Shirley D. Norman of (Moody.M.rei 31'' C..'. 1.2. A......Slrlrklud. 1-2. "
Hampton; 1 son, Carl A. Dennison of ....Bo Ckmk or God Sam BuMtl 14 2B. II....., .
Hampton 1 ......1'_. .00,1-s a I IUodo i.3 3B.C.....D.V).1.2.Rudy Joyoir...SB. SMITH) CORONA1 Prove it to yourself
; step-daughter I 7 21
Mrs. Sr Bo ..GlM a.... 2B. F.lrU.d McCUIUu.4 3B 4 2B.Doqlaa Brawl 2B, Coronet Super 12' on the
Virginia Roark of Hampton 3 sisters, -..Trek: Limy. Mme :l-t 2B. JiM Douihortjr '.1.D..ld, new SmithCorona'I
Ttmmy WU'
Mrs. Clifford Prevatt of Hampton M HR.Briu J.... W IB I..IB'.. O... MeKIr Coronamatlc 2500
Mrs. Annie Turlington of Jacksonville ..y HR. C....... Ont* M 2B.Rudill Meow y ...a& (MoaM.r and Mrs. Jessie Joq BHUMI M Donl sow. M M IB'*, Sun l.lB.pll.1 0 0 0 I 0. I '
Sparkman of CiibMct. J-l Kloi.l.yL 20 S 4 a X ..
Gainesville; S grandchildren and 5 I..BopU.li Buddy Dhwdlo"'_1.SB. SMITH'CORONA' $38450
great-grandchildren. c..a_ KLi Curt) Oxford 3-4 IHR 2B _
l Oous
| 7 a 0 I a II Super Sterling' _
.. 44. tune 3B'..
2B. Etoui.
Funeral services VPD $0 4 M IHR Ikn*
are scheduled S I 0 0 11 '.
2B Dooold E>.l.9-1.two 2B..
2:30 CotUMIafc aid w.... M L.. lB'.. MI... Cola RJduvd Smllli M
p.m. Thursday .
April 3, In the Do.Etaor24.PlwLonl
44 two IB't,Bobby N-..J-4,Dora On
chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Wlbo.44.HnH *J-2 Jmrr '. the Victor Silica

the Home.Hampton Rev. James Christian Shaw pastor of 2B.Boyd Church will PLOUcluud, from ttwi
Milan 2-4.2B Bn oJoekoo.... Uo \ p
officiate. Interment will follow in the Co o .... Eo... Moohor 2B. 1 IHcvonc Care>t- 1epWlw.cMed r r .
family plot in Prevatt Cemetery. Ckurch ol Ood;, Son Bonoll..".la P.......MOo Syucm
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home in CUItao) 2-J. 3B. 2B. Rudy JoyMT M. C..'..... Kemlietf customer' t
was .
charge of the 4 Roadrunners MiKluoy 28BHS receipt ,M
Q sutomatlo ,Ian and r
Finish 10-K
change computstlonQ

Herbert Eugene Waters Sr. Four Golfers five control' tolalaQ '
from the Bradford .
Herbert E. Waters 51, of Palatka Roadrunners club placed in the Win 2nd MatchThe 1 lulomsllc tenable and --p.- 'tom

died Friday night March 28, in Put- 10-kilometer ((6.2 miles) Some Belle run .non-Unable ionma '
nam Community Hospital after an extended held in conjunction with'the Florid. Tornado golfers won their second $595 o tape looked In detail/ audit

illness. Relays, and Lady Gator Relays' in match of the year 177.182 over Clay' 0Mcic Out Vteta \
Born in Lake Butler Mr. Waters Gainesville Sunday March 23. High aa Richard Gainea carded 37 for i n.c Money

lived in Palatka for the past 25 years. 12 year old Linda DeWltt'clocked a medalist honors and Joey Herrea came Managers. "rr

He was employed by the Hudson 48:68: time for 6th place' in a field of in at 43. MODEL 100

Paper Company until ill health forced I some 300 women while Michelle

his retirement. He was a veteran of :Stiliwell, 13, w.. 180th in 66.06: Lynn
the Korean conflict and a member of Loper. 16. ended 236th In 66:36. and I 1r

the Survivors Church of Christ in Palatka. Tammy Mann, 13. w.. 244th In 68:44.: aMa Ooiooi 37.N8177,Homo 49.Cly 8-UUi IB2 4/.HIUokroB IL I ,5$69500 ElectronicPrinting. I
include: his wife Mrs. j

Gloria Ann Martin of Palatka; two ._'. I
daughters Miss Linda Faye Waters Calculator ;is

and Miss Brenda Kay Waters both of Co",,,..._'. "'.,">'...o ::
Palatka '''''' ".._
; one step daughter Mrs. .
Laurie Weimer Electronic Printing Calculator lily o.u'> "
of Mt.
Home .
Ark. fi
three ; i C,,", O".II.on C,'!Cul.Ot, ..
sons Herbert Jr. of "0 I
Metter Ga., < Gary Lamar of Norfolk, Va. and Wen- !1 Fu". punctu.ition; .md'ir.pi,,,.....IPIbn01 clew t .laKirrOfIGalCla.4IO,... ,. mini S
dall of Ieg.0,01.1pe1' mitTM 0. *94fOFtttwmt "
Ft.Stewart Ga.; two step-sons ...... _::
Gary Lewis Miller and' Andrew Paul Dos
Miller both of Palatka; his mother Opoi.ltOf If..liningFdituffft Aec>0it tf'op- nbbonOD
Mrs. Florence Waters of Lake Butler tidding, machine, logic aI.eI.n n..l and -S
; THOMAS dew anont
two brothers Herman Waters of METALS 1IC.r r M EL.05 Accept V.cipenec/nsla' .Aobon, CTfr Gainesville and Harold Waters of ::

Starke; two sisters Mrs. Helen Dukes ('onIY'$1

of Lake Butler and Mrs. Wanda Wallsof Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And 7995 ;
Plant City; and three grand Drainage

children.Funeral services were held Sunday Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows THE OFFICE SHOP

Marco 30, in the Lake Butler Church 110 W. Can

of Christ with Bro. Greg Smith of Ray Direct Fran Magificturcr
ficiating. Burial followed in Elzey Sm Stoirk. Florida

Chapel Cemetery under the direction 30,198OVICTOR
of Archer Funeral Home. FREE DELIVERY. 964-5764
I L.k Butlec. Fla.




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