Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
Bob G. Ferguson and John M. Miller
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April 10, 1980
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven. J'

101st Year .
38th Issue STARKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy .. .. ...,'
Thursday April 10, 1980
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Supt. Casey's Plea in Vain ;
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Top County Spellers School Board Holding Line

Champion spellers from the six county elementary school are l-r) Pamela
Austin, LE; Sabrina StarllngBE; Marie Innocent. HE; Chris Farmer SS; Jay
Rodgers, BMS; Loretta Austin. SIt; Kelley Jackson SE; Rebecca Lawson, SE;
LE.Alan Kodgers. HE; Bobby Holden. BMS;, Terri Jakob BE. and Ann Starling, On Administrative IncreasesRejecting

< adding an assistant than director. BHS principal Jim board, chairman Arthur Gaskins.
n .superintendent's position and a Duncan plead for more help inputting J.T. Parrish, Vernon Parmenter, and
.fulltlme data procesulng position, the his school's report cards and budgeton Mrs. Spengler*still does not feel an
,..1JIi") Bradford school board held ad- the computer and Director of assistant superintendent; is
.""h" ,' \ .. 1 ministrative staff poets down to 204 Operations Lennard Register plead necessary, and was not swayed
-, X in a special meeting Tuesday night, for an assistant superintendent, but Casey's explanation. '
April after the board had voted. The board okayed making the food
Only I Increase approved by the When Supt. Tom Casey came back service coordinator fulltlme instead
A4 board was making the coordinator of Into office In 1977 there was no assis- of half, when Casey cited the much In-
food service a fulltime. rather than tant superintendent on board. When creased federal regulations and audit
,halftime, position. The post is filled former Supt Jim Temple resigned to criticisms regarding the handling of
tt ; by Mrs. Delores Morgan. take the Title 1 directorship! over the federal commodities program.
0' 1r The administrative line-up approved north Florida his assistant Casey said the system is being pushedmore
Tuesday night Is exactly the same superintendent, Wendell Kilpatrlck, toward federalism all the time.
K'vr' as exists now. followed him two months later. "It may be cheaper to feed all of
i For the third straight year the Richard Jockel was appointed them free and throw away the record
board refused to-approve an assistant superintendent until the 1976 election books," chairman Gaskins stated.
Pamela Austin superintendent. It was a 4-1 vote this and when Casey took office the second "The whole area of burcracy creepsin
Champion Speller time, board member Jim Lawson time in January 1977 there was no on you. The regulations are just
dissenting on Pat Spengler's motion assistant superintendent. becoming more Involved," Supt.
... to approve the adminstrative line-up Under Temple, the school board Casey said.
minus the asst. supt., a full time data had changed to directorships for curriculum Board member Jim Lawson asked
processing position, and leaving Mike & instruction, business, and Casey to explain his need for an assistant -
) Reddish as business manager rather operations. A majority of the school .
I"'uu superintendent.generaiadminstratlon__,.. ..._ ___.._ ._'u. ..
> 01
not covered by
ra)< curriculum and supervision.As assistant

J' ls ,Revenue Sharing Loss superintendent would work on

personnel, maintenance of contract
{ r FTE reporting impact students to get
federal funds earned,, and general
f Would Cost Co. coordinating of parent complaints
{ $150,000Clerk which secretary: now handles
+ r t CaleY said he now has 1Itt1.. .... nn
..rff time to visit schools forc classrooms: or;
I Ir Gib Brown advised the Brad- 9 a.m. Is the time for Bradford County to see how principals are handling
ford] County Commission that the to present the five year paving pro schools. When the superintendent la
.t county stands to lose 1150,000 in grams for the county. Commissioner out there is
+ technically no one left in
} grXe IIAI 1111 K i ,
w.l I aJ + revenue ,sharing if congress goes Maxie Carter, Jr., said the board charge, he told the school board.
rya a + ; recommendation to cut revenue sharJtagfundSAjCbalrmaa -' of SR-100 between' Starke and ing a vacation. He said no one Is left in
M '"''1'-* Dave. Shuford- Keystone''Height : a' highway ,that .charge: when the superintendent!; 11U,
-4' 1 /-11.,. pointed out that he doubts federal beComes" very ltd' gerous during, as Casey his been recently. '
4- reenudisharing will be resumed, heavy rains. Why was the position not refilled
despite protests by interested parties. The board approved the rezoning after Jockel's adminstration, Lawson
Chris Farmer 01 Soulhside Elementary School looks apprehensive as he Alan RogersRunnerUp/ Shuford pointed out that as part of the request of Warren Stevenson in which asked his fellow board members on
awaits a turn In county spelling bee. Speller federal budget that revenue sharing approval was given to change a single the board in 1976. Gasklns said money
was "a dead horse", family dwelling from open rural to was not a question, that the assistant
The 'board' authorized Brown to RlC, single family dwelling, on property superintendent was traded for direc-
located in Theressa.

I I Pamela Austin, is Top County spellerWithout Chiles write letters, Sen. Richard of protest Stone to Sen., and Lawton Rep. for Willie a convenience Brown was store given with approval gas $75,000 tors Casey in the In said administrative lost he income saved because the line-up.system he

Don Fuqua,to express !the! opinion that pumps, on the east side of U.S. 301 caught an error on the final item on a

a miss, Pamela Austin a and son of Mrs. Genevieve Rogers Mrs. Jerry Lawson went out on revenue the commission sharing continued.would line to see about eight miles south of Starke, on state report to this office. Somebody
seventh grader at Lawtey Elemen- hung in until the 57th. word "tapestry; leaving just Pam and Shuford proposed that means be ex- one-half acre with the change in zonIng has pushed the wrong button on a
tary, is the top speller In Bradford "increduluous. Rogers spelled It Alan. plored to finance fire protection and from RlC to BH (highway computer Casey said.
County after correctly spelling "Increguluous," giving' Pam her Pam won the LE spelling bee last recreation programs by district business). "You're telling us an assistant
"incredulous" and then "believe." chance to go one word up. year, but missed the county-wide bee. millage taxes in the future. The matter Joe Pentecost was granted permission superintendent wouldn't have caught
Pam spelled "increduluous" cor- School Supt. Tom handed to change from open rural to RlC it either," said Gaskins.
The words got tough fast In the Casey out was referred to Hardy for his (
residential to allow
county-wide spelling bee rectly, glancing at the judges for con- certificates to all participants, andd recommendation to the board at a installation of a If administrators would forego
Tuesday firmation. Pam then spelled plaques and certificates to the winner future mobile home), on one-half acre 9 some of the meetings they attend
morning, April 8, in the county administration meeting.
miles southwest of Starke
building which was "believe" to win the countywidematch and runnerup."We Henry Thornton asked for at Sampson "you could conduct your affairs bet-
packed for the bee. Champions from on the 58th word. assistance in getting traffic slowed on City. ter," Gasklns said, adding he'd
the six The LE seventh grader, daughter of congratulate each of you particularly Sheriff Dolph Reddish presented visited the high school once when one .
C-229A in the Heilbronn
county's elementary schools Rev. and Mrs. Lester Austin of Route the winners," said Supt. Baptist two estimates on repair of the roof at of the three administrators was in
began to fall out the Church area. He said there are 20
quickly on tough Casey. "It makes the Bradford Jail
and unusual 1, Lawtey, never hesitated on up feel good, particularly County in Starke. Tampa and another in Jacksonville.
words. any children living in the area. The board
when achieve In The estimates ranged from rock roofsto
you an Lawson
word. Pam spelled "temperance' was silent on the board's
Second place finisher Alan Rogers, academic way." agreed to let Sheriff Dolph Reddish conventional type roofs. The board voice
correctly to win the LE spelling bee. and L. M. Gaines work out suitable vote, and Parrish noted the
7th grader at Hampton Elementary a was given a cost estimate for the Job freshman board
Spelling didn't
more slowly and Judges for the bee were Dr. area for signs to be placed. vote.
deliberately( young Rogers Florence Jennings, school Gaines reported that the county will be in the neighborhood of "I'm sorry. I feel there is a need for
( ,OOO to$10,000.Chairman .
tough until "Increduluous" trip psychologist school board member an assistant superintendent"
; sign department had received a
(Brier Shuford
mite Bourn him. Austin never gave him Pat Spengler, and Supervisor of Elections 120,000 grant from the Department of appointed Commissioners Lawson.
Jr., and E. "Don't "
chance. for
Neva Flynn. Pronouncer your vote,
Community Affairs and that signs
W. Hodges Jr., to work with Reddishon
Marie chairman Gaskins
Innocent HE admonished.
misspelled"television" BHS Guidance Counselor Allison Al- would now be available in the county. the
project back
report to the
and went out first in the Jets.
Brown said that Friday April 11 at See Administrators
l first round. Kelley Jackson, SE, board at a later date. Page IJA a

misspelled "necessary," starting the .... I
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word "ness..." and Bobby Holden ...JOfI'I '. +a--'w- .-.

misspelled"consider" to go out in the 1 J
second round. Hampton Marshal Gets Raise; '
Chris Farmer took a big breath and "
spelled "scienfitic" -- I
J correctly in the
third round but later went out on I I
"boomerang." Jay Rodgers EMS, Restores Its Own Cut j

went out on "threshold; LOretta ,
Austin, SS, went out on "infatuate," Police Chief Fred Phillips was month. Curtis' suggestion was
Sabrina Starling BE went out on given a $25 a week pay raise effective adopted unanimously by the council.
"dominance," and Ann Starling, LEt Immediately and the council voted to Curtis said that was the first order of I'f
._';THURSDAY. APR. 12 went out on "foundry" in the second restore council members' salary of business and he wanted to get it out of .I
$25 month.Councilman.
; SPRING CONCERT, round. per the way.Jerome.
f :. BHS It BMS Bands Only three students, Pam Austin Chuck Rowland madea Kelly engineer for Sver-
7:30 Auditorium Rebecca Lawson, and Alan Rogers motion for council members to have drup and Parcels, reported that wells
;- ,. were still left in when the bee went In., their $50 per month salary restored.At have already been placed In service
to the fourth round.' the time the council set water rates and that lead-in pipes are starting to
,IC' SATURDAY. APR. 12 Pam correctly spelled "patent" the city fathers gave up $25 of their be run to houses.
WORK DAY but the Judges weren't certain but the monthly salary to keep the water
I PREV CEMETERY Lawtey whiz hadn't spelled it rates as cheap as possible, cutting Mayor Curtis stated that people
Bring lunch{ tools ,"padent." Two replayings on the their salary to$25 a month. The council who don't hook onto the new service'now
school board's tape recorder proved was in unanimous agreement. will have to pay a $75 fee to be''
CAR WASH WAX to the Judges' satisfaction that Pam Mayor Ted Curtis said Chief connected.Lee .
RUMMAGE SALE ,in fact, had spelled "patent. Phillips has been doing a fine Job, ;
Lawtey Little League Rebecca, the daUghter,01 Mr.'and after the chief gave his report to the Hardenbrook, lie, counties: ,
'U 9.Lawt ( f council, and suggested the chief be L legal advisor, asked Kelly how long
> yElem! Waters Announces '' / ut given a $29 pay raise, increasing the before water would flow.Kelly said it
M' I +M .4 J .marshal's salary from$500 to$600 per should 'be around, .three months.
For aulk's Post '
MOlithlyMeetill, Wilbur Waters; 31, nOw In the last- Housing Bond Issue Market Still Limbo .
7:10 p.m.,Af Center year of his second two-year term as

Public. ,'invitedTHURSDAY', city commissioner Starke,_ arv> County Attorney Dudley Hardy told ,lion with the hope that bond market
nounced Tuesday that he will be ai* the Bradford County Commission at will stabilize long. before the June 1.;
,.APR...)IT) candidate for. the District S county- their monthly meeting Monday April .deadline.
Hazel commission post now held by Mrs. 7, that more than $7 million In Housing Three local banks have committed 9
KIN<1SLEY LAKE CIVICCTR.: for Paulk, who Is not a candidate Finance Authority bonds are not themselves to local borrowers for the
Sack Lunch. a.m. re-election. selling well on New York Bond more than$7 million over a 13-month
Over S3 ClubCourtesy Waters, a native of Baker County, market, despite the county's provisional period
reared In Lawtey where Such of
his A-rating. an influx: building dollars Is
6' father operated a grocery store, said about the only hope middle income
he would not have to resign his' pre- ;C hardy said the brokers are still In people have of obtaining money for a
JACKSON sent city poet to make the rlllce, since limbo hoping to settle down. He said home loan With money extremely
BUILDING Ice county commissioners do not take of. Bradford County has until June 1 to tight, it Is very difficult to get a home
SUPPLY Of StarK- until January I. Grand sell the> bonds before having to 10 loan at the present time.
Currently serving as chairman of1 Champion back to the lenders If thupicture H: .., .,QI 's ',9',964-6078: Committee, Waters. t-year-old Curtis ClysM. a member of the Spring Hill 4-M Club or Lake Butler. ) eases.Recant ted to find borrower for$ .million..
T Knysion H"ignia also served a brief two-month term as Just after he and Big Red won the Grand Championship of the Bradford-Union Guaranty Federal agreed to take on a
I Hwy 100 Ana 21 ,A Starke mayor-commissioner during Steer Show last Friday night. Union 4-H and FFA members walked away; with meetings of the local lirA 93 million commitment and] the
I 4F3-4973 Warren.the suspension of former Mayor. Joe three of the top four livestock prises.Steer and hog show. and sale. results su' board have been cancelled because of Keystone State Bank In Keystone
I Pap B-l. the uncertainty of the economic litua- Heights is committed to lend f15O.000.001QO056600 .

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'W renewed the'parole office gave mf
dC rd County Wilson attorney Neither Yawn'nor
Attorney, Dudley W. Wright Tallahassee Hardywere surprised and that was also:}
Hardy, told the Bradford County '" for the Stated:Association of at the December ruling and' some more apace
I Commission, Monday, April 7, that County Commissioners assisted Hardy both Interpreted it positively. assigned to the' state, attorney's personnel '
:the law suit filed by the county involvIng In the suit before the First District Hardy pointed out: "It was exactly has secured:' "
!> space In the courthouse hat now Court of Appeals. what I expected. I didn't see how they The public defender .
I progressed, to the Florida Supreme ,Last December 17, word was could rule. any differently. I expected quarters' on' West Call.. Street and ,y
tt ar t a .Court, ,.Yawn's request for a rehearing was Appeals ''ordered a judge from fact-finding hearing." that clJity. : for';
('denied by the First District Court of another judicial circuit to hold a fact- Yawn, on September 1, 1978, refused Hardy said no date has been set ,
''Appeals In Tallahassee. finding hearing to determine who can to give Bradford County a hearing ,the Florida Supreme Court;to review"' ; ...
.':In March, 1978 the board was approached control allocation of space in the cow-, when he issued the permanent inj jnc- j the landmark.Fase.gasoline ; 'J.: ,r:1, .
by the State Attorney's offlee thouse, the county commission or the. tlon maintained the decision, "doesn't ." ':.: '
for more space In the courthouse circuit court. .'. uphold the' Inherent powers of the :-
The board also had a request from the That ruling by the First District court to have necessary courthouse ( ost .Crunch: .
Public Defender's office for space in Court of Appeals calls for a hearing to facilities." Lowers FHP Arrests .-, .,
the courthouse to put attorneys to determine the necessity of the court's Key to the December ruling was the
represent clients in Bradford, Union continued use of second floor cour- distinction the appeals court made. TALLAHASSEE ) Reduced parts ':
and Baker counties. thouse space that the county commission between whether: tile court Is asking miles due to the Increase in gasoline ,
The county is obligated by Florida wants to reassign to the state at- for space that is desirable as opposed costs lowered speeding arrests by 32,8r;'*
law to provide space and services in torney and public defender. to necessary. That distinction gave percent in December,1979, said the.
the courthouse, if they are available, Yawn was county judge in Bradford rise to the hearing to be held. Florida Highway Patrol, today, :..
or provide facilities at county expensefor County from 1953 to 1972 and designedthe Yawn felt that a hearing was unnecessary !
those two offices. second floor of the courthouse that the court has inherent CQlonel Eldrlge Beach said."Miles-' -
At a meeting in June, 1978, the com which was entirely assigned to the power to control use of the space patrolled by troopers In December' "
Rird mission awarded the State Attorney court when it was built in 196t. For a assigned to it. were down 20 percent under the sam :
space in the grand Jury room and a small county Bradford County has He stated in his permanent Injunc- month in 1978. This points out the- .'
#! witness room adjacent to the grand some of the finest .court facilities In tion order of September, 1978 that direct relationship between arrests--
Jury room. the country. "inherent powers consist of all and! miles patrolled.". ..:".
The public defender was given Judge Yawn, instead of agreeing to powers reasonably required to enablea Recores show.iliat. the Patrol made .
.- -:-'': space in the old county judge's office the fact-finding hearing, filed an ap- court to perform efficiently Its required 718,153 1 arrests In 1979 and of these>
and space in the only lounge for cour peal with the First District Court of judicial functions to protect its for, .
thouse the second floorof and dignity 418,441 were", .speeding. Total. >
employees on Appeals that appeal was denied, independence and integrity speeding arrests for December .
the courthouse. according to Hardy. and to make its lawful actions effec- .
by the Patrol
Judge Yawn on July 11, 1978, Issueda Yawn bases his stand on the doc tive." was 34,081 as compared
temporary restraining order prohibiting trine of inherent powers of the court, As a result of the dispute in August, to 50,690 in December 1978. .: .

the board from granting the powers not specifically assigned the 1978, the Parole and Probation Com During 1979, troopers also wrote
space on the second floor of the courthouse court in law or the constitution, but a mission supervisors office was placedon 157,293 warnings, apprehended 1,714
tS1 court doctrine which states a court a rental basis by the county com wanted persons and recovered 1,015' :
.' ''\", On September 1, 1978, he issued a must have power to operate efficiently mission the courthouse. That rental stolen cars. They investigated 126,479-1
t permanent injunction preventing the agreement has been renewed twice accidents and assisted 299,568"
iIh' space from being assigned to the state Hardy maintains it is the responsibility Since It went into effect. motorists who.. needed. help. 7
attorney and public defender person- of the county commission to That office gave up its conferenceroom .' ,.
nel. Judge Yawn cited that only court allocate space to the court system. with county commission "Some additional funds have been :.
related matters be housed on the se- Hardy said the court has the right to assigning that room to the state at. received which will allow the troopers:::n'
cond floor of the courthouse. control the space assigned to it for torney Assistant state attorneys Tom to increase their patrol miles," said: ;
IMHBteMJ After the injunction was made per- court purposes. Elwell and Don Royston occupy that Beach "however, additional funds>
.. materials are used. frequent! b\ Bradford manent the board authorized Hardyto No case in Florida addresses the In- office are needed to keep with the spirall..
County cillirns. Rut additional reference materials' ur.n." an appeal in September 1978 to the herent powers doctrine relating to Last month when the agreement ing cost of gasoline.up ::
b>' the librar)', which needs more n"""' to purchase First District Court of Appeals in allocation of courthouse space states -. -.,;
them. Tallahassee. the First! District Court of Appeals in a .. 'I
its ruling
:... "Florida that discuss the In- Dr. Lonnelte '
I National Library Week Begins MondayNational ---- herent powers cases doctrine and relevant Richardson R.S. D.C.:

forms of entertainment. The library decisions from other jurisdictionslead Dr. ,
Is billing this as "America's Greatest Wayne C. Eaton D. C. .
Library Week begins Mon concerts us to conclude that a court of :l
day and the Starke chapter of Friendsof Dan Smith, director of the Bradford Value. general jurisdiction has inherent
the Library are celebrating it by County Library, said, "For recreational -' In affiliation with the Bradford power to acquire and control facilities Keystone Chiropractic Cl "icISn21Xorlh :
hosting a "Reading for Dollars" con value, you get better return on County Library the Friends of the which are essential to secure and ".
test beginning Monday. April 14. your ''money than by going to a Library needs the community's support safeguard free and untrammeled exercise .. ,
In addition, the library Is offering movie." to raise funds for additional of its functions, but that in- ,\ ,
refreshments on Friday, April 18, between The library has chosen randomly 10 books and reference materials. herent power cannot be exercised except .
3:30: and 5:00: p,m.. adult books in which it has placed a Thanks to the Inter-Library Loan, for acquisition of necessary as Keystone Shops Suite 5 "
The for Dollars" program one dollar bill. Whoever chooses that the Bradford library Is able to obtain distinguished from desirable .. ::
Is intended to peopleto dollar. It Is In- about 80 borrowed books a month it and ''''
encourage book gets to keep that quarters space, according to the Phone 473-3604
check out more books and read as tended to show that books are a better could otherwise not afford. But.said December district court of appeals

an alternative to going to movies or value than spending money on other books Director could Dan take Smith up, Waiting to three for weeks those ruling.Most of Florida's 67 counties are I 11 CHlI/j.., 9(1.11I. 1 p. nt. and :3 p..11I 6j.1n.Mon. .

pity-Bump.... and the library needs to expand its I .
selection of books, along with its inganeyeonthelandmarkBradford .. Tuex. H'etl. t tVi..
County case to see which way the

I Chase Through Town Was Just Like on TV reference Last year materials.Smith saidthe Bradford executive/legislative wind will blow when the branches judicial and of 911.1II.l pm.\ Thursdays

County Library was appropriated Bradford government tangle.!! I o WeDo Accept New Patients
$9,789 to spend on This year it
Being chased by a car which kept back toward Lawson's truck. At that, has so far been 7000.
ramming his truck in the rear "was Lawson gunned his truck around and Both the Friends appropriated of the Library and
just like being inside a television set continued on up Lawtey Road toward the Bradford County Library would
looking at myself," says J.R. (Jim) SR-100 (Brownlee Street), The man appreciate donations, either
Lawson of a high-speed run throughcity got back in his car and was riding the any
monetary or volunteer work. Those
streets on his way to the police truck's bumper when Lawson slowedat interested may contact Carolyn ,ci n Ybi '"
station. the Reno school. The car bumped
Eaves or Dan Smith at the library in
Lawson's 1970 Chevrolet truck was Lawson's truck twice before it got to
downtown Starke.
bumped from behind eight times, SR-100. '
once hard enough to knock the truck Lawson started to turn left on Mrs. Norman
sideways in the road, by a 47yearoldrural SR-100 but turned right toward town, For AwardMrs.
Starke man who was arrestedfor which turned out to be a good move. Nominated
driving while intoxicated and The car smashed hard into Lawson's .
Muriel Norman has been
refusing to sign a traffic cItation. The truck just before it reached the nominated by the Bradford
charges are being withheld while railroad tracks, knocking the truck County
Public Library Board of Trustees for
authorities try to have the man entera sideways in the road. the Trustees and Friends
program for alcoholics. "It was an absolute unexpected Award of 1980. Library
nightmare" says Lawson, who then
The award is to who
Employed at Baldwin Olds- floorboarded his truck and didn't let given a person
Chevrolet on North Temple Ave., up until he reached the police station. has shown and demonstrated an in- FREE FRAMEWhen
terest in the welfare of the and
Lawson decided to drive by the county "It was the scardest I've ever been" library
fair on his way home from work. said Lawson. Every muscle was tense strengthened it by Initiating ,
He pulled up behind a car which was and then sore, he said. public support. I'

creeping along as the driver talked toa Lawson turned left into the gravel fl- -.,
person standing on the side of the road between the railroad station and you
road. Lawson said he waited until the Starke Builders, then right onto THE BRADFORD -
car took off and then proceeded Washington Street, then left onto COUNTYTELEGRAPN buy this mattress. "
behind the car eastward on Market Walnut, the car right behind Lawson Published every Thursdayat .. :
Road and turned right onto Old turned right at Adkins to the police 138 W.Call Street
Lawtey Road station and the car turned left. Police Starke Florida 32091 -
When Lawson turned right toward officers caught the car and driver 5 1 bedding. -
town, the car used the intersection to minutes after Lawson roared up to. Second Class postage paid at
whip around and get behind Lawson's the station and reported the incident. Starke FloridaSubscription
pick-up truck. The car caught up with Officers told Lawson he'd handledthe .. !
Lawson and began to bump Lawson's situation exactly right. Rates:
truck, gently at times, and sometimes Records shows the man refused to In trade area: 19.00 per year
harder take a breath analysis test. After being $5.00 six months and this matching
The car passed Lawson's truck and arraigned before County Judge to
stopped in front of It. The driver of the Elzie Sanders, he was released from Outside trade area: $10.00 per year box spring
car got out cussing and hollering like the Bradford County jail on his own $5.30 six months it i
a child. Lawson said, and started recognizance



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$450 Damage Done Damage of $450 ResultsIn Elaine Gunner center, secretary of
In 2Car AccidentTwo Two Car Accident the Bradford County Hospital ,
Employees Contributor Fund. donates 'j
vehicles were involved in a No citations were issued by police two $200 check to Mrs. Pat Spengler
parking lot accident at Bradford Friday,April 4, when a car driven bya left, Suwannee County chapter chair- ,
union Vocational Technical Center in Newberry man was hit from behind fv .w;t0 it man for the March of Dimes, and Miss i\
Starke, Wednesday,April 2. by a man from Bradenton, resulting Lillian Stump, right president of the :
A truck driven by Jean Tetatone,17, In $450 In damage to both cars. Bradford County chapter of the .
of Starke was struck by a vehicle The accident occurred on U.S.301, American Cancer Society.
driven by Randy Earl Thompson 17, just south of Call Street when Kevin The Bradford County Hospital 1
of Starke. Thompson attempted i to Henry Combs, 24, of Newberry, stop-, employees contribute money &0' the
stop on wet pavement and slid In front ped for another vehicle In front of a fund which Is used for helping charitiesIn
of the parked vehicle,resulting $450 car operated by Clifford Marvin Ottis, the community.
in damage. 66, of Bradenton. Ottls failed to stop
No citations were. .&Issued" in .the soon enough and struck' Comb's vehi-
cle from behind.
mishap. y Sgt. Leroy Tyson.Participates jri

2-Car. No Injuries But $1.300( ( in Team'
Gets. Spirit 80 in Korea.' .
Damage in 2-Car Acci- ;
$4,100; DamageA dentNo SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
Hawaii-Staff Sgt. Leroy Tyson,
Lake City man was Mon-
day, April 7,with violation charged of right of one was Injured Sunday,April 6, son Starke of Mr., is and Mrs. Albert Tyson, Sr., i
way which resulted in $4,100 in when a vehicle Roy Lester, participating exercise ,
.j scrape Team Spirt 80 in Korea. >I. f
damage. 55, of Starke, the side of
The exercise Is a joint effort of theU.S. "1
The another vehicle while ,
man, James H. Cain 24. of on .
Lake CR-16. and the Republic of Korea. It will
City was pulling out of a
driveway onto CR-16, when he pulled Lester was passing a truck driven Involve units in Korea other locations II t
into the path of a vehicle operated by by Katherine Clemons, 21, of Starke. '! within the Pacific Command' !and the ''j i
Clyde Byron Terwilleger, 30, of when his vehicle scraped the side ol continental U.S. ,.
Starke. the other, and resulted in $1,300 ir Tyson Is a food service sergeant
with the 11th Field Artillery at
Terwllleger.going east, tried to
avoid Cain skidded traffic citations were given.
and turned, and
His wife
collided Willie, Is with him In
with Cain. .
No one was injured and Cain was Starke Man InjuredIn .'

charged with violation of right of way. One Car AccidentA .

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26-year-old Starke man was -- ---
Escaped Inmate treated for injuries as the result of a
one vehicle accident Thursday April
Pleads No ContestA
S.which resulted in$1,050 in damage.
Florida State Prison inmate who Curtis G. Lee while turning right
walked away from his work detail at onto Orange Street from Madison
the prison poultry farm last July Street skidded and struck a street
entered a no contest plea before sign belonging to the city of Starke.
Judge R.A. Green, Jr. in circuit court He then continued across the parking Good News!
Monday, April 7. lot of a convenience store, where he
The inmate, Everett Wesley Rice, struck two trees before coming to a :
34, was recaptured a few days after stop.
his escape last July. Judge Green ac- Police listed damage to the vehicle
cepted the plea and withheld adjudication and stop sign at $1,050. Lee was cited
of guilt. for O.W.I and misdemeanor possession I
of marijuana. He was released
Two Car Accident from the Bradford County Jail after
posting bond of$573.50.FSP .
Results In $450 DamageA
Georgia man signaling to make a
right turn into a parking lotwas hit stabbed

front behind. by a Lawtey man Monday'ApriIB. A 26-year-old Florida State Prison immediately
inmate Is listed in satisfactory condition
The accident occurred Madison
on after being stabbed Wednesday,
Street when driven Francis
a car by April 2.Prison.
George, of Georgia, slowed to make a officals report Robert Allen
right turn into a parking lot.
Parker was Involved in a drug related
Failing to see George's vehicle
argument. Parker was working on a
making the turn, Kendall B. Thompson -
detail in
paint Q wing, one of theprison's
18 of Lawtey, struck the vehiclein
tightest security areas, when I
the left rear. The result was. $450 In Jr.
George Young 35, stabbed him
damage.No several times in the stomach.
charges were filed in the acci- Records show Young was being .
dent. escorted by correctional officers from
his cell to the clinic annex, less than your savIngs are
100 feet away, at the time of the inci
Two Car Accident dent. The attack was made with a
homemade knife. .
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parked car, Sunday, April 6, which transferred to Alachua General .
resulted in f 100 damage. Hospital.
The man. Robert Edward Tyson, Parker is serving a life sentence fora
15,was backing out of a parking space 1976 murder in Collier County. !
at the Bradford Square Shopping Young Is serving three life sentences 'insured
Center and struck a parked car owned for first degree murder convictions In to
by Patricia Sova 28 of Starke. Duval County. The convictions took up
No one was injured. place In 1968. He Is known as the
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Page4A TELEGRAPH April ie. WHO -

I Early Kingsley Lake Residents LedRuggedExistence. I ,cOlV


As the horse came out of the lake at
The days when the hum of spinning the soldier's camp;' about where the TEE)
wheels mingled with the hum of bees Kingsley'Lake Baptist Church Is to-' :1f.n?Jab

seeking orange blossoms in groves day it stiffened and fell dead Of exhaustion -' )41
surrounding Kingsley Lake are ,according to the story fold]! !lutNInd
described In the memolres of Rev. to Mr. Strickland and the captain reQuested :Orrsm
James(Jim)Strickland-self-des f that the lake be named

cribed "wilderness preacher" who Kingsley since the horse and. the. body'of I m.q.1slw
born the north side lake {r !
was on of the water saved his life. .
and spent the rest of his life farming If such an event took place;)jt;mUst "+ .rya(1 utt foa
and preaching in the until his ,
area have been before 1830 because' the;, ,. utobl.
death at Clay Hill.
earliest made of
government survey ; !U d
In handwritten notes left to The the areal'completed by; David," "/l. eaubb:1
Telegraph, the colorful "Jim" whose December', 1830 and :

philosophy and vivid February 1831, designates the'' body 0/ dsln n 'rigiHY
memories of.the area made him a water as Kingsley Pond. ,rat, .c.rt.irn::
delight to talk with, mingled fact with Strickland by his parents, a captain in that ran south of the lake. His only Others speculate that this surveyormight t, ,iI9HY'Iq
legend, and dated his remlniscenses: the cavalry, by the name of Kingsley.was avenue of escape was to ride his horse have become acquainted with, rj uum:
back to the Indian Wan of the 1830s hemmed in by Indians on the oldNewmansvilletoMiddleburg into the water and swim the two miles the famed Zephania Kingsleywh: t ,t' \,l 'm>rsbt' I.I
when- according to stories told Mr. road across. had a large Spanish Land Grant on Sf... Ir )nho3
George Island on Highway ALA north) I'.IH

... of Mayport, and named the lake in' 10'1:01(11(
honor of the colorful Kingsley. '; 1 91Wtb
After the Seminole Indian Wars of x0-
EDITORIALWoodFired N -.r tuE n toriffs
) the 1830s and 40s, when this' area .
became safe enough from Indian at-' 11..1)

tacks to risk settlement,.'"People: J J
began to move Into this section and
plant orange groves," Mr Strickland Jim Strickland -fa
Power Plant
continued. "They came from far and j
; near some from Germany and 'The Wilderness Preacher'A A

AreaA l England, as well as other foreign ._...-.L'.
Should \ ""
Benefit countries. The orange groves were housekeeper was also the tailor and The first school was made ofr logs
very productive and profitable. Some seamstress making the men's and sat where the Kingsley Lake,
r did general farming, as well as citrus clothes as well as the children's and Church now stands. It was also:jwecfa
growing. Nice homes were built and her own dresses. She also made the for church services.It was a one room
wood-burning power plant for Starke is an as a model in its effort to persuade other towns all were prosperous." soap used for laundry purposes and structure with homemade benches)

exciting concept and one that has fired the im- and small cities throughout the nation to con- As Jim Strickland recalls: "The for all other purposes soap was used with no backs and no place for bo kS.1

agination of those who can see the possibilitiesof vert to wood-burning operations. Starke is chard settlers who on the had lake an were A.M. Blan-and for. This soap was made from lye The floor was made of puncheon
orange grove from oak ashes and scrap fat meat hewed down smooth-.wUbi
a renewable source of energy to serve our large enough for a significant demonstration, grape vineyard as well as doing split
and waste the flat side The terra-aai
needs at possibly lower cost, and the un- whereas a wood-burning plant in larger cities carpenter work; Mr. and Mrs. Horn- These early settlers also ground just three months up and only taught to. ,

doubted attraction that an adequate source of might not be feasible for lack of a sufficient sby and family (the parents of James their grits and meal with hand stone the fourth grade. But the student;

energy would be in attracting new industry to supply of wood waste. Starke is also well for(Jim whom) Hornsby Hickle); the Branch Hickle on family the, grist mills and rice was cleaned in a learned their lessons better then and

the Starke and located in the mortar made by burning a hole in the subjects were more complete thare:
area, providing more jobs help- an area ideally adapted to southwest side of the lake is named; black live oak

ing ward off the threat of greater unemployment systematic farming of pine trees, which reach Joe Prevatt; Jim Burton grape end block of a of wood.gum All or char was cleanedout stumpor now.The first woman buried ajt Kingsley.

that will result if the predicted recession maturity faster here than anywhere else in the grower: Bud Silcox. father of the late and the huller fitted Into the mortar Lake Cemetery was the first wife of

develops from anti-inflation efforts. state. box and worked on the same orderas D.J. Silcox, and the first man was
a well sweep. This cleaned: the R.O. Strong's stepfather. m-A
There is the usual skepticism on the part of Starke is also well situated from the stand- husks off the rice. Dave Woodard of Starke was"tneVI

some, however, and the usual reluctance to point of transportation, with a major railway Most of the cooking was done on the mail carrier at this timefrom iQhfA!

try anything new. Admittedly there is much line and a four-lane U.S. highway. It is also ac- fireplace, winter and summer. There to Lakeside then around toUne, \ |
in the at
work do and cessible air with the were few cook stoves country Kingsley postoffice at Mrs. Strorig.&j
yet to many questions remainingto by Keystone Airport just that time. Coffee was bought in the
be answered before wood-burning 15 minutes After he quit the mail route.M..SI a
power away. green bean stage. parched, and then boten was mail carrier withJOhhI\
plant can become a reality.But ground in hand mills.
While unemployment here is not as seriousas All meat and lard was home-grown Tyre as relief man, until these postof. .1

stranger things have happened in this in some areas, there is a great need for new and home-butchered. Deer, bear and fices were abolished. ,int j ,

rapidly changing world, and if such an ex- industry that will provide jobs for our steadily other wild animals were found in A merchant In Starke by the rants:, ;
plant can be obtained with as we and abundance and there were no laws of Andrew Floreus(a former clerk fogy
perimental increasing population, help keep our
the old Truby-Sternburg storey/
them the settlers
have been told, the federal government paying young people in the area rather than forcing could against choose killing the kind,of so meat desired bought the oranges of A.H. Strickland,;

most, or all, of the cost in its program to them to leave for other towns and cities to find and go get it. All owned hogs and cattle and others for$1 a crate. After the Bg| ..

develop alternate sources of energy in the employment.It r and could butcher a beef or hog at Freeze he. as well as most of,the.j

U.S., there seems nothing to be lost except the any time they wished. Fish were also others went broke and had to tind.a., :.
hours of time and effort on the is estimated that 20 per cent of our wood COUNTRY CARPENTERJim plentiful and there were no regulations different means of livelihood:. Mr.v?
necessary part resource is being wasted in the field under pre- controlling them. Spears couldbe Floreus finally committed su.icide) >g t
of local
interests to put the package together. with used to get all the fish needed for probably as a result of his financial
sent wood 100 million
operations, some
Even in this work the
preparatory Universityof home for sale. difficulties.
use or :
Florida through its IFAS (Institute of Food tons lost annually in the state. It is believed Silcox of Starke; William .... old
that at least 40 million tons of this waste wouldbe Carpenter grape grower and winemaker "
and Sciences has been enlistedto
Agricultural ) whose vineyard was on the
do much of the paper work. recovered to put into generating energy if west side and later became one of the oi"

the wood-burning operations prove successful. Canova places; a Mr. Northrup; O. J.
In an effort to obtain a wood-fired plant, Since this saving in energy would be Wilcox; Mrs. Brimley (now the County Agents By ,

Starke will be competing with hundreds of equivalent to some 80 million barrels of oil, Alvarez-Bill Graham) place; the Bobby .r''"

towns and small cities throughout the U. S. fora this would go a long way toward freeing the West Howe family Frankie Perry, John. Notebook. .
lather of Jack Howe:
share of the $2.2 billion'Congress has ap- strangle-hold the Arab nations now have on Cady place);John Osburni I Mrs. Winy ) W .viiionnH_ atli. !. TvIO/H .aY d

propriated for the development of alternate our economy. sor, a deaf widow, and daughter; Mr. 141 f
sources of energy which must be obtained if Hill and others. Phone: %4- 'so 6.e ;
this nation is to free itself from dependence on Nothing ventured, nothing gained is an old "On the north side were A.H. -u",: :

foreign oil.Starke adage that is as true today as it was when first (Abram) Strickland from Georgia I don't know how much bad weather such lawngrass exists. In fact few obi

spoken. Starke intends to take this venture, ancestor of the Stricklands now at affected attendance at the 1980 Brad- the thousands of in the world.:
has many things going for it if it can and it behooves every person called upon for Kingsley Lake and Starke; Fred ford County Fair, but I do know that have qualities desirable fold

meet the April 25 deadline for submitting an assistance in this preparatory stage to give Smith Mr. and Mrs. Strong from the livestock activities were outstan- lawngrass. .r TI

application for funds. The town is an ideal size the necessary time and effort it will take to Nova Scotia; M.W. Ordway a ding and successful this year. A grass well suited for lawn use will-
carpenter, also from Nova Scotia; The show in the livestock
arena have several of the
following assets IN
for developing a pre-production prototype in the for federal funds to
place us running
Mr. Ladd who was a merchant barn was full for the dairy and beef to the climate and
adaptability tolls
plant which could be used by the government make this grand experiment become a reality. and operated the only saw mill in this show on opening day. It was overflowing of our area; good green color;'fine

part of Florida at that time. He sawed for the swine show, swine sale, texture thickness, ability to withs--
lumber for most of the houses built by steer show and steer sale that was land use and close mowing;
these around the lake.
people held each evening. resistance or at least some tolera leNto !
Who Sir? Me Sir? Yes Sir. You Sir. "There was also W.G. (Bill) Starr Interest and participation in the insects diseases and other peals3( !
I from and Mr.
England, Hudgeon a shows and sales was reflected in the and finally, resonable cost of planting'
crippled man who cared for his own high prices our 4-H and FFA and maintenance.Four .
orange grove and truck garden. Mr. members received for their animals.
grasses enough of these
Flood whose property was later and of animals
As might have been expected, the ink was The strongest opposition is coming from bought by J.F Kickliter of Starke, good Quality as ever grade and our exhibitors was did as a qualities to make them useful as

hardly dry on Governor Bob Graham's so-called "conservatives" like Senator Barron !Mr. Sassee a German from Ham much improved job of grooming and lawngrasses listed In Florida. These
grasses in order of'their,
energy-saving and tax-raising proposals to the who always set up a great hue and cry about burg, Germany; Mr. Heffard from showmanship this year. popularity, are: St. Augustinegrass.

new legislature than the spoilers started tear Big Brother Government's efforts to extend its Ohio, L.C. Weathers, Boston. Mass.and;i Organizers and sponsors, buyers Bahiagrass Centipedegrass and

ing it to pieces in their ill-advised efforts at influence into every facet of life, while gladly Evie!Mr. Thrasher White. whose Rochester place was Mass.on, the a and lot supporters of extra hours and those are to who be put com-in Carpetgrass. These are perenmalv.

self-protection. accepting Big Government's money when it east side of the lake. mended for a job well done. warm-season lawns grasses used for permanent -)-
suits their "On the south side the Sundell In Florida. The "best",0
was Bad weather the
purposes. especially heavy
Senator Dempsey Barron of Panama City I lawngrass! is a matter of personal!opi-\
Grove the largest on the lake, ownedby rains has had an effect on strawberries :M
led the pack with objections to the Governor's Then there are those who know they plan a Swede named Sundell and the and vegetables. A heavy crop of mono uH

"gas-guzzler" tax (wonder what make car the to violate the speed laws and are therefore op- nephew of It.E. Lagergren, an early fruit was lost in most fields because of '),I!

senator drives?) and strong objections to the posed to the Governor's proposed surtax of$25 Starke surveyor; Fred Sheppardeck, too much water and a fruit-rot that Kingsley Lake "M

anti-Fuzzbuster proposals, branding them on those charged with speeding fines for driv- Mr. Elias and Mr. Brigam. These ruined red and green fruit alike. .'.IjleU
folks were all at the lake during the We should be back in full productionthis Senior 9t1J
"Un-American, apparently because they ing over the legal 55 mph limit, and $100 for boom of the citrus industry, before week if sunshine and good Citizens .:: '1&")
would outlaw devises that enable the Freeze of After the
speeders to Big 1895. weather willl'revail.Vegetable .
those who can't resist
just getting to 80. If
go on breaking the law by driving their cars in up freeze most of them returned to production including TolUeetApril,17,
didn't ,
excess of legal limits. they plan to deliberately break the law, where they had come from, having gardens is also begin delayed and ef M
why would they object? lost most of their property and hav- fected. I'm sure some crops and }i 1bR
Men and women 53 and ;.
over ,
other state will ing no other means of support.On gardens might have to be replantedand ;
Many legislators un- Invited
to attend
All of which that a sizeable majority the west side then called Ionia the organization A
proves most of them have lost some fertilizer
him in these because of
doubtedly join objections meeting a Senior Citizens Club stirs
of the American and its
people:; are still not willing having own postoffice were .
they like to run their "gas guzzlers" at 70 to sacrifice to help lick inflation by ending our Mr. Hornsby. D.J Silcox, Buddy I've suggested to several folks that Kingsley Lake at 11 a.m. Thursday.,
April The will be held
miles an hour or more to meetings of the State Silcox. A.M. Blanchard Joe Prevail they wait a few days before applying meeting in
dependence on foreign oil and want to the KLPOA Civic Center :
just on PO ,L
Legislature where their chief pleasure is pass- John Osburn, John Howe and Jim additional fertilizer. Then sidedress 18-C.

ing laws to regulate othersnot themselves.And play around with wishy-washy token Burton. vegetables after they begin growingwith The meeting Is'being sponsored">";Byrd
In 1898-99 Col. Comer L. Peek, of
about one-half
the basic
those that amount
measures, preferably might affect the Council
Clay County
Starke bought tract of land and on Aginglia,,
then there's the a of a complete fertilizer such as 688or
phosphate industrythat the guy down the street but will leave them orange grove from I.C. Webb who 101010.I've and plans for future activities.ln-a
doesn't want a severance tax on uranium (the big I) to continue the life style they have owned and edited the Bradford County had several calls eluding games crafts, and classes in
lately on lawn
recovered as a phosphate by-product, and the enjoyed for lo these many years. Telegraph in Starke for a short grass varieties and insect and disease exercise, nutrition,and other subjectswill
swimming pool industry that doesn't want while and also taught in the small problem. Remember a healthy well- be made at this time..
solar heaters to be required for heated pools The obvious conclusion is that most school then located on the north side: maintained lawn provides the Ideal All persons attending are asked to
bring a sack lunch and drinks be
Americans will continue to guzzle as longas of the lake. Col. Peek started a peach setting for home. This will
designed for those who are rich enough to own your "livingcarpet" provided by the center/ .. ,
can it and what if the wells orchard and also subdivided large provides the background for !
heated pools of kind. they run Persons who are unable to prepitr
any tract of lake front, selling lots at a all the features around ,))
dry? Scarlet O'Hara expressed their attitude low in those landscape meals for themselves may sign 91
very price, days to enl home and should accentuate thebeauty up ,.I
The real estate brokers, and utility l your this time for
and residents Starke to5 buy
reasoning to perfection. When confrontedwith ourage- of structures, trees' shrubs
magnates 'don't want mandatory'energy a problem in "Gone with The Wind she'' sites' for summer cottages thus IW'i !-., and flowers. vice which provides ,,
audits when houses sold and the stations development of the west side of "In Middleburg'anL
are gas shrugged her shoulders and i But a lawn Is much more than Just a delivered .
pretty airily con- to persons needing the ser
.the lake front.
of course don't want to be forced to green background. Lawns
provide serve as
to their customers. eludecj\, "I'll worry about that tomorrow." .. In' later tyears.A.S.. JfAWTOflJ I! utility areas for play and entertain-' vice at Kingsley Lake.Thoae who can
gasohol of A.... afford to do so / don I
Strickland son began ment. A lawn prevents erosion a'KA'! &*'*
H development on ..the' norlhVWTresulting reduces glare and protects the home to the prO&ram.but payl1'nt! Is nOl lxiti5
In'' the popular1' resort, from dust and dire. A lawn also quired. Senior Citizens ,may awa;r ,(,
Strickland's Landing. r a cooling effect around quest this ;service bytg vslling: tor'!,
NKAtEfifef. -r/Capt. Edwards and the l DurhamrCo. home by lowering temperatures your..' writing the Cla'y .CountyCOund1 oQI4
Y---,; .;::'1 toe.cp of North Carolina In the dcpuethouse (
1" N" "' were the first Everyone would like a trouble-frea' Cove o .t(1f4PH1...
11--" t SINCE 1879 ryNNl to start a naval store operations on or "perfect" S prings.i't _
\>D { .the north. side of the lake,in the early.'* always looks but which The Senior Citizens group meets onn
. good
requires little:
NlEr : (!Lr rtrap 11 ; 1MOS. - -' or no maintenance. Unfortunately the second Thursday in each month.f,4
Besides,potItoClices on.the north 11 a.m. In the KLPOA.civic center and'p
.Jt "" sloe; then\called( Kln ley,--aD4. the all persons over 55 are invited( to. oq
OC,4"jON BOB west side Ionia there was also a : in the activities. l.iOiN
'I postoffice on the south side! known al
:. dublishr Y Lakeside, located at the home of Fred. 14

'1 Published each Thursday and entered 01 second Class MMtor at the Poll Office otltert<......nadir Ad al March 1, Urt"t ;I'Subxrlptlari :l/ .Shpppardeck. w- KLPOA.Director: ; fir baa ,
These pioneers"didn't know much '
The Board 'of' TJlrectors o1'.tMt'
rot*In redo area: I*Par Year;IS SI.ManfheOutiido about factory-made cloth, as they used Travel expenses for charity i Kingsley Lake Property Owners
their spinning wheels to make ire tax
their deductible '
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trod*aroai 110 Par year Association will meet it the civc
:j fo4-o30S I...... Florida, own thread, and then made the cloth ,raw of seven cents 'a mile;'
0 their hand loom center on. Road J&a 10 a.m. Sirtnday
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Darlene Carmichael Stephen Douglass Memorial Services .

Iitt 'April 20 Af :

Wed Mar. 21 at Calvary Bapt. Church Crosby Cemetery I

W.T Weeks chapter UDC made fJluefFoe 9Yide
'j Darlene Marie Carmichael plans for the annual Memorial Ser- ; : al J Jq

.daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Ray Walker vice Sunday,April 20,at Crosby Lake 4 .
; of Hampton, and Stephen..'Lloyd Cemetery at their April meeting held >> ': \
.' Douglass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd April :2 at the home of Mrs. Lester J; : "
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". C. Douglass of Starke were united in Crews with Mrs.Gladys Welson, Mrs. .' : 7J1/ !

; ,. marriage Friday, March 21, at 7:30: Herbert Thomas and Mrs. Milton .so ;.' Jilo, ,r
i\"/' p.m. In the.Calvary Baptist Church: Wheeler as cohostesses.Mrs. 1 71 Fte vI'ew., '
,with Rev. Ray Williams, grandfather: Herbert Thomas read a letter .
I ii:1rf.: 'of the bride performing the nuptials. from Mrs. Grady Jones asking for a j 9647608.I "
special donation to assist In ,P '( ,
8i"f y Decorating UM altar was one arch defraying .\ ,
iif." ,., decorated with green fern, baby's' Confederacy of the children of the --- .. .. .. ,I
';,r:' : 'breath ,anddaisies; flanked by two'' ,. convention to be held at. ". "11/1' ;1
'candelabra and two short palms., Daytona' Beach.A /.., 1
Eddie Frampton organist;Dianne Yoh e letter was also read from Mrs. Mrs.
Hughes soloist and,,Kenny Carl t Mary K. Holland, district director .I Arlln, Sapp \
michael, brother of the bride, soloist t from Jacksonville for the chapter's .IIIIL Ray Brown .
T.t. presented, a program! of nuptialh participation In the district meeting
: music. .' i> recently held in Gainesville. Mrs. Married March 29 I
I James Mann attended as best man. Holland Is holding an idea meeting at' Friends of Mrs. Arline Sapp of
I I Rodney an usher her home in Bay Meadows, Jackson- Starke and Kingsley Lake will be
: Phyllis Carmichael served as ville for the purpose of bringing new / to know that she and Ray L Li
_:I, .matron of honor and wore. a blue silk Ideas to the chapters in her district. of Jacksonville, a retired
dress with long sleeves and ruffle .J.1Wa Everyone is urged to attend.The supervisor with the Seaboard Coast
'!... around the bottom of the floor length :, and Mrs. Stephen Douglassto Memorial Service to be held on Line Railroad, were united In marriage i,
f 1 t skirt. She carried a bouquet of baby's Sunday April 20, at 3:30: p.m. at the Saturday, March 29, in ,
.t' breath and daisies. the bride and groom's mothers.She Crosby Lake Cemetery will be in Folkston, Ga.
1 : Cindy Douglass was a bridesmaid. also carried a bouquet of baby's charge of Mrs. Elzte Sanders r I The couple will be making their
J t' ''D. She wore a blue, floor'length breath and daisies.A historian. Judge Sanders will be the home in Starke.
J' Ii' sleeveless gown with a round cape reception was held in the churchFellowship violinist and W.B. McKinney u t ,. !1'ticca
; over the top of the dress. She carried Hall where the guests will be on the program. +,
r, a bouquet of baby's breath and were greeted at the door by Rodney Everyone Is urged to attend that "we Birthday Party
daisies. Carmichael and James Mann. Connie may show that those who fought and Honors Three
g""+ 'j o. and.>Scott E. Williams 'was ring- Serving the cake at a table at one in vain". "Our heritage handed downto Gary Don and Joshua Brewer :
;. bearer. end of the hall were Dianne Hughesand us should be cherished by all those :elebrated their birthdays along with
\; .i 1 'Given in marriage by her stepfather Mrs. Black. The bride's table at who are privileged to be a part of the I their grandfather, Don Patray
March 26, at the home of
: the bride wore a white floor the other end of the hall was Civil War era".
( Catherine 8eho
>ennlC Sandra
!length' gown trimmed In blue at the decorated with blue baby's breath. Mrs. Guy Sale had charge of the Earl S. lUcks Jir.' Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brewer on Geiger Darley
"' neckline and at the end of the long Norma Walker presided at the punch program and gave excerps from a road. Earnle CauleyEngagement
'! tleeves. A white lace train hooked onto table. book of Civil War sketches written by Gary Don is celebrating his seventh Told
"' the back and tied with a bow. Her The couple is residing at their new Rita Whitehead told .to her by her Catharine S.choening birthday and Joshua, his third.
41 r'' ,shoulder length veil of white lace was home at Rt. 3, Box 13E,Starke, which grandmother. In time of a tragic war Earl S. Hicks, Jr. The family enjoyed a cookout, Opened Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Darley of1
'I "J secured to a headpiece decorated was a secret surprise to the bride. there are always a few humorous gifts, had ice cream and cake out Starke, wish to announce the engagement I
i1 With blue baby's breath and daisies. The bride is employed at TGY. The stories which emerge from the situation Engagement' ToldMr. on the patio. of their daughter, Sandra Gail,
"" is at Winn-Dixie. The circus theme was used in the to Earnie Cauley, son of Mr. Edgar
carried groom employed
She: two roses which she gave and Mrs. Herman Schoening
decorations. children had cakesin
.1y .: The meeting was adjourned and the announce the engagement and Cauley of Orange Park and Mrs.
: hostesses served refreshments to the ap- the shape of a giraffe and a pink Lucille Cauley of Lawtey.
1ft I Ij,:: :' Kitten Hull Honored at Several PartiesMiss 14 members present. proaching marriage of their Earl elephant.On The wedding will be an event of Ju- !
daughter, Catherine Ann, to
Hostesses for the May meeting to be Wednesday, April 2, Joshua ly 25 at 8 in the First United .
Hicks of Alice Jac-
Scott son
: Miss Kitten Hull, whose marriage arrangement of silk flowers in a china held May 7 at the Western Steer Steak Rowe, all of Starke. entertained 33 of his friends at SLMark's Methodist Church of Starke. '
:[;. 'Ito Steve Denmark will be an event of epergne. Silver trays .held sandwiches House at 3:00 pm. will be Mrs. quelyn The wedding Is planned for July 31 Nursery. The children enjoyed All friends and relatives are Invited .
,':. .\ day .17, was honored at a bridal dainty pastries, a salmon Florled Spear, Mrs. Lee McGriff at 6 in St. Edward's Catholic an Easter bunny cake and apple attend.
i .( .bower Thursday night,April 3,given mousse and a crystal bowl held fresh Mrs. George Flynn and Mrs. N.B. Church.p.m. juice. Each child was given a mini 'j"'j"to
,it I by,Mrs. John Gaines and Mrs. Jim fruit. A silver service held spiced tea Rosier. Miss Schoenin 8 aster basket containing an Easter
-Holt. at the home of the latter In and coffee. for Santa Fe Community College bunny surrounded by jelly beans. Darby Casklns
'rI;' I Palatka., Inviting guests to the family room "Starke Center" .
'Several arrangements of Easter and sun room were Mrs. Pierce,Mrs. Nancy Norton, Mr. Hicks Is assistant manager for Children To Celebrate50th
r lillies were used to highlight points of Hatcher and Mrs. Silcox. Arrangements Wayne WoodsTo McDonald's In tarke. Methodist
[ interest in the party rooms. The of African violets, house Hold Egg Hunt Anniversary ,1
,1 refreshment table was covered with plants and hanging baskets were used Wed April 12 Methodist Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins will
I 1 ait'Army-Navy' cloth and centered throughout the party rooms. Nancy Norton, daughter of Sally Ricky Kite'Celebrate The through sixth grade celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary .1
) with 'an arrangement of spring A round refreshment table in the Thompson Starke and Bradey Norton classes, nursery hunt Saturday on Sunday, April 20, from 3 to S
: ;t,< j.: ,Dowen.t. Sun Room was overlaid with a mat- of Keystone Heights and Wayne s 5th held an Easter from egg 2 to 4 atStrickland's pm. in the Fellowship Hall of the
.:< Thirty guests were invited to attendS ching cloth as in the dining room,anda Woods of Gainesville, son of Mr. and BirthdayMaster afternoon campground, Kingsley pm. Heilbronn Baptist Church.All .
S;, between the hours 7:30: and 9 p.m. in- silver service held spiced tea and Mrs. Harvey Woods of Alachua will friends and relatives are Invitedto
.e 11' chiding the honoree's mother, Mrs. hot coffee. be united in marriage Saturday April Ricky Kite, who was five Lake. divided in attend.
were up
Nancy Hull of Palatka and the mother Pouring in the dining room were 12 at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Nancy years old on Monday, April 7, The youngsters in the hunt with
liI"t\ : of the prospective groom, Mrs. S.G. Mrs. Bill Tlson, of Lake City, and Norton on Crosby Lake. celebrated his irthday Sunday after two Watson winning egg first prize in I ;
Denmark of Starke. Mrs. J.E. Denmark, aunts of the All friends and relatives are invitedto noon with a family egg hunt. Brook division and Dodie McRae Irving Meres, Jr.
After all the eggs had been found, the lower
The hostesses presented the '
groom-elect. attend.
7ig : his the in the children'sdivision. Celebrates 12th 'j
honoree with a piece of her crystal refreshments i.vere served by winning prize
stemware as a memento of the occasion Handing out plates and napkins was mother Dotty Kite and his grand- children Birthday i;!
Y X Mrs. George Roberts. 2)J y..J< mother, Mrs. W.C. Rhoden.An The approximately 35 en-
: of Easter Irving Thompson Meres, Jr
in refreshments cup-
..... Mrs. Marlle Sanderson of Easter theme was used joyed
and duck cookies, soft celebrated his 12th birthday Thursday
and for Ricky's cake. cakes, bunny
The J.E. Hardy home on East Call Gainesville, sister of the groom-elect, Mr. and J.D. had decorations colored the homeof
f Mrs. Warren as drinks, potato chips and eggs March 27, at a party at
1 1 ':.Street was the setting for a Coffee and Mrs. Farris Betros, cousins of the guests during last week Mr. and Mrs. after the egg hunt. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Saturday morning honoring Kitten groom-elect, poured in the Sun Room. W.J. Gibson of Belpre, Ohio 'Mrs. Oscar Davis, Sr.-. n' '
i f j'. Hull, fiancee of Steve Denmark,given, Others,assisting in,serving were Mary Lou Tennant of Morgantown ,1)Mr., ) :b l'lJ VHW ,, .. ... ,Th: ,. refreshment! -- tablll"al\;,:, ,Il 11.
'.'t "J by Mrs. J.El.Hardy Mrs. HIM.!* ....- Mrs. Randy Cory, Mrs. Scott, MrTand: Mrs. Michael Coe and U !.t,,_ "f. :rf.. dl'-' ,'t, i "? to'q,, : centered with an arrangement of
Harold Farnsworth of Tampa
JlI i iI cher, Jr., Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs. Whitehead, Mrs Harold Farnsworth, .children of Atlanta, and Sandra Coe azaleas and a birthday cake. '.
Lennard B. Register, Jr., Mrs. Ver- Jr. and Misses Allison and Stacy Denmark and Jeffrey Coe of Fairmont, W.Va. and Mrs. 'W.H. Green and fami- spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fifteen friends and relatives enjoyed u
( j non D. Silcox, and Mrs. J.D. Warren. cousins of the groom-elect, ly of) Tallahassiee, and Mrs. Louise Farnsworth Jr. and family. the occasion.
I. Mrs. Hardy greeted the guests at Mrs. Joan Chitty and Mrs. John C. Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey have had Viglione of Biijhamton, N.Y. were
the door, and presented them to the Greene. as guests, Mrs. Madge Casey and weekend guest of Mrs. Lex Green.
honoree and her mother, Mrs. Joel Out of town guests included Mrs. Mrs. Keane of Gulf Hammock and They, along with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
II Hull, of Palatka, and Mrs. S.G. Denmark Kate Snead, of Palatka, grandmotherof Mrs. Emily Kazemfrr and daughter, Sanders and sot i Lex, all spent Easter BINGO! Ontu t
mother of the groom-elect. the bride-elect, Mrs. J.W. Deaverof Kristy, of Chicago, 111. on Saturdayand Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Buzzy
]. Upon her arrival Miss Hull was Gainesville, and Mrs. N.K.Harold HII..tof Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas and Green and family in Gainesville. MOO Jackpot m2l. J
Ind. and Mrs.
of with
t presented a corsage a white Indianapolis son. Jay, of Live Oak, Mrs. Renee
'J 1 1 yellow trim iris Illy.n" Farnsworth, Tampa. Thompson and children, Kevin and Winners at duplicate bridge Tues- Every Saturday
( Inviting guests into the dining room The hostesses presented the Bryan and Mrs. Gayle Todor and day night were): first, Mr. and Mrs. ROBERTS REAL
n" were Mrs Register and Mrs.Warren. honoree with a silver casserole as a sons, Scot and Brad, of Orange Park, Gerald Moran second, Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley Lake Civic Center ESTATE
I The refreshment table was overlaid momento of the occasion. Two hun Jimmy Moore and Michael Baker of Charles Riddle, third, Mr. and Mrs. (Connirly' N.II's Grocery) 9H6 N. Temple Ave. .i
j. with an imported multi-colored embroidered dred guests were invited to call bet- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jerry Cassem.
Starke 9S478.J7See
,' polyester and lace ween the hours of ten and twelve. Hobbs SR-16A
of Gainesville Mrs
members attendingthe
tablecloth. The centerpiece was an noon Starke Shrine
Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Classified Ads
and second annual Catfish
parade 8:00 PII
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Moore of Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.
f Festival in Crescent City on Saturday For Listings"We'Ii ;
Lee Casey of Kingsley Lake on Sun were: Mac and Carol Baldwin, Bob /

W y-X..ow day. Mullins, Gilbert Nelson, Richard and
Judy Cunningham: Lee and Blanche
Mrs. W.F Herlong returned last Dinkins and Elmer
BIRTHSMr. Taylor, Char les
Neva Jayne Flynn of FSU, Gray Friday after two months in Jackson- and Barbara Lewis.
j. Flynn of Gainesville and Mr. and ville where she was a patient in St do your I
and Mrs. Wayne Shelton Kinney Mrs.James R. Flynn of Thomasvllle, Luke's Hospital for several weeks and
of Bradenton announce the birth Ga. spent the weekend with their In a rest home in Jacksonville. I SCOTT WHITEHEAD,

l of a lIOn Christopher Shelton, born parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn BUILDER Short Form for
'. March 20 In Sarasota Memorial Jr. Merrill Edwards is a patient in .
j Hospital. Maternal grandparents are North Florida Regional Hospital. His
'J the late Elsie Thomas and Mr. and Vicky Turner of West Palm Beach, son, Jerome Edwards of Naples, was House Plans Service only $7.50:?
t Mrs Dick B. Thomas of Keystone Kay Turner, Bob Johnson and Debbie his visitor Sunday to Wednesday of Cabl964-6512! \'t
r.. Heights. Paternal grandparents are Thee of Jacksonville and Brant last week. I
the late Theron Kinney and Mrs. Turner of Gainesville were all home
Carolyn Redgrave of Starke.Mr. for the weekend with their mother, !1.
Mrs. Janet Turner. .

and Mrs' Mitch Brannen an- Mr. and Mrs.James Cash and fami- ,. ,
nounced the birth of a daughter Jenny ly of Orlando spent the weekend with Lutheran Church
Colleen born Wednesday, April 2, at her parents, Sen. and Mrs. Charley ,. .
Alachua General Hospital in Johns. ,. .
Gainesville weighing 7 Ibs. 121/2 ozs. I
.and 221/2 inches long Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave spent last 6 P.M. I ('

She-'joins a brother' two-year-old' week with her son and family, Mr.. WORSHIP SERVICE '7 P ,M. 14'q; J Ji1l1
Jeffery! Mitchell. and Mrs.Wayne Kinney and baby son v..i\'." ." .
Keystone Lions Club
is the
Maternal '
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Mr*'. Myrtice Nichols. Paternal Keystone Height}, Fla J

grandparents are Mr. and..Mrs.. .Jack and Mrs. David Frohbleter and Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m. I .", '\. .... i .1 1 ;
Brannen of Lake Butler. son of Washington, Ind. were Satur- 473.2007 Af 5 '
If r ; er p m Henry W Block r
day guests of Mr.-and Mrs. Rex E. .
e1' ;
.' Anderson. The Andersen also had as, .
2JJy, w. weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Rex. '

s s ot l III.>trMrs Anderson Jr. of,Homestead. EARN' YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Let's, fight inflation) ;:"::',: 1 j jtogether'

Carol McLendorV' and son, Barney McRae, Bill McRae ami '
BY" '
G Kuschel Jacksonville Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Venner Spires spent i TAKING THE GED TESTS., ::' I' :
II L.W.','Jennings,'Jr..of Gainesville and overnight Monday of last week with, APPLICATIONS : : : ,: ; :; \
Mff! :And Mrs. Tom Moss of Orlando Mrs.,Eva Ellis In Frostproof on her, :

; w Ingi.ire, '"Easter'"I''' guests" of Mrs":L.1L Jenn- birthday. ARE'BEING: TAKEN ATTHE'BRADFORD- ';",;""Th s Year we'll prepare your ',1040A Short F'diffl'itbL; ,' ci :t i

Mr and'Mr... Lester Bedell of-, -, I l10r only ,$1.50:? Any state'or local return fe xMSo. % '
Mr. and Mrs: Rick Jackson of Chat- Holbrook'N.Y..were last,Thursday, UNION AREA VOCATIONAUTECHNICAL .; j.
tahUbga.'Tenn.:'were 'Monday overnight overnight guests of Mrs. Flossi "'''' ',' ,come. to H&R SjoclIet's fight
guests of his mother; Mrs W.T. Pre cottji! '
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l F Jackson while enroute to the funeral ; ; CENTER. DEADLINE IS APRIL .__ .. inflation together. ..-:__..
., ,of:Mrs. Jacmn's' father, Stanley ,
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: Merrill! In Melbourne art Wednesday AZi and Mrs: Ricky Frlck and sons;, 11.., 1980. CALL 964-6150 FOR INFO. I
,< Shaun and Ryan of Pace Fla.. : \ ; &
who died of third degree burns received spend : I BLOC.-
when his house burned. the weekend with their parents..Mr. 1. ?: ,,U1r.- k'i s O i ,
I..' ,- and Mrs. Walter Frick and, Mr...and. ; !
;. Mr'','-and Mrs."O.CR JUiaharn at Mrs, Cecil Whitehead '" EXAMINATIONS ARE SCHEDULED:';, t:: I ; r 1. *t THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE

j.,r WUdwood Pal eW Hazen were of SunUqpaipbiton Ocala was. Monday arid Gill Brown was In St. Petersburg ,:';APRIL 21 & 22 APRIL 23 & 24 tt .., \\

', ,visitor of Mr. and Mrs. M... Haxeo.' Sunday and rode In the Triple S Sad ,CWE PREPARE ALL STATE AND CANADIAN RETURNS "'
';' die Club horse show where be rode his.: 1 ;QO< 2:45 P.M. 6:00 -- 7:45 P.M.. : 527 S. Water St.. Starke, Flo.
f. Mrs. Ida Shaw, Mra..EDIa Schaffer walking horse and won third place. l 964-8286

'trr' |Iwo kend Mrs at Edith Silver Hutcheson Springs spent the Mr: and Mrs. Mack Williams have '3:00 -- 4:45'P.M. 8:00:45 P.M. r ''t' Th* Monitor Office Keystone H'.1. ights .1" ,

[ had as visitors Mr.,and Mrs.' John : '
.J 6:00 ... 7:45: P.M. Phone 473-2341
'r Williams and son, John of Titusville APRIL 25 .
r.' Mrs: OJ. McGriff., Sr. spent the ,from Thursday to Saturday; and Mr. : 'Opwi i..", .;,p.m.: WMMvyt. f.I.........y .. f
{lr f; weekend with her son and family,Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams and family of 8:00,.- 9:30 P.M. 9:00: ':- 10:30: ,A.M. ..A"el..e".......... ., .. .. I
;.;rTt; and Mrs. McGriff, Jr. In Gainesville. Jacksonville on Sunday.
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TELEGRAPH April I'.111IO .

-', Attend Annual ais.wa s ''M psfgi1 ,

)l NSt AnesthetistWorkshop


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Over 30 anesthetists gathered in ,
Orange Park for the annual District
workshop of the Florida Association


ty Hospital Anesthesia '
Department. : .
Mrs. James (Sandi) :
O'BriantJohnson, BCH Anesthesia ,:PA 'I '.
Department head welcomed the Jllr
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FANA members to the six-hour prow "
lP'am'and introduced a panel of five .'. r
'speakersaUofwhomareemployedat :t' :: f 4 :;l
{ the University of Florida. } r
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Major Dorothy Flnkblner, a Salva- \' ,
tion Army missionary nurse for the ,:. +t ftJ1'
*-,. past 20 years In India and now on { ,
homeland furlough delivered the In-
vocation.Dr. 1 .. :
Adrian Dunn a British j '
..-. biochemist examined the physiology "w I
J and pharmacology of Central Nero ..1.-
vous System transmitters, and was ..oIiI'.tI
followed by Dr. William Paul, who
(tr ; spoke on the clinical aspects of CNS
transmitters. ..
J,{ T'r Dr. J.C. Chapin discussed malig- Grand
+r"' nant hyperthermla and Dr. J.L. Opening

4 Bethea spoke on new concepts in A large turnout of ladies participated In the three-day grand opening April 3-S,
dysrhythmia therapy and
then all of the
Merle Norman Studio located at I 118 South Thompson Street in Mark
speakers convened as a panel for a across from Loudon's Beauty Shop.

question and answer session. Lataln Herres, operator of the new business, said a large number of la(lien .
Purpose of the workshop was to provide came by to make appointments for a cosmetics demonstration or facial. ;
continuing education for the Ad- Sixteen year old Karen Holts of
Starke. a student at Bradford High, was the
vanced li R
Registered Nurse
Practitioners r winner of the first prize at the
who grand opening of HIM/ ) worth of cosmetic ,
FANA District practice anethesia within r + 4 Second place went to Mary Ann Smith of Slarke who won IW worth of
4. Members
who attended cosmetics.

as diverse the program as Lake came from points Third place went to Betty Hendrix, a visitor to the area, who won IJ.1 worth of"' '
City, Ocala, cosmetics. '
Daytona Beach Starke and Jackson -
Seaman Recruit Green Reports For Duty: -

Shrine Parade Navy Mess Management Specialist tank landing ship USS Barbour Coup:=-
Set May 2 Seaman Recruit Edward W. Green ty, homeported in San Diego. .
Cystic Fibrosis p-A-Thon son of Marie and Edward W. Green, He
Winners joined the Navy in Septemberi .
The annual Shrine :
parade set for Sr., has
reported for duty aboard
May 3 is growing In size each day; so Scolt Brown and Dawn M osley of SUrke are both winners In Kiwanis sponsored the 1979. =.:--..'\
far there will be 27 Shrine units and 20 Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon., Scott, who pledged$122. won the grand prize of a 10 K. ,
i 1 local units participating. speed bike. Dawn, who collected "8.50 In pledges.but misted the deadline for St Edwards Church Hall .
Miss Bobbin Stephens, daughter of turning them In, received n ISO savings certificate.Blke-A-Thon
., J participants are .
Mr. and Mrs. still short 1850 In promised) pledges.
Stephens of Anyone still owing money can turn It In to
Starke Strawberry Queen of 1980, has Jordon Insurance In Stark i>. across from the Pizza Hut. BINGOEvery
III. agreed to participate in the parade
with all her court Virginia Crawford /' Saturday 7:00: P.M. t

4 ((1st runner_.____up___). and Tammy Baldree ...... .
\.n-"..'. ,-u r Upl. 411 N T"mniA. "-- -AVA q- -t.......- I. ...

The Shrine Club expects to sell .:. :
about 2,000 chicken dinners this year.
Band Boosters They will be served at noon on Saturday -
May 3. Proceeds will go to the
Continue Drive operation of 20 Shrine children's

hospitals. ,
To Purchase

New UniformsThe Dobbs found guiltyon .

DWI chargeAfter Put otirWittWisee

boosters will have an intensive 30 minutes of deliberation a
effort to raise enough money to purchase six member jury of three men and
new band uniforms for Brad- three women found Michael Allen
ford High School marching band. Dobbs, 18. of Raiford guilty of driving
If the uniforms are to be here for while intoxicated. pac: in
school opening next year, the order Court was held in Bradford County ; your new
must be placed with the uniform com- Monday, April 7. Dobbs was arrested .
pany by May 5. This requires that half by Starke police January 23 on the
the uniform cost of$5,500 be raised to charge. w .
commit the purchase. LJudge Elzle, S. '":'" --It' '
Sanders fined Dobbs : ::: sir1IT211 WMN
There will be a committee contacting $325, adjudged him guilty and revoked ,
all businesses to give them an op- his drivers license for 90 days. you more : .
portunity to help out in this wor- I
thwhile project. F. M. Settles
Manager of TGY. will head this committee Inmate recaptured than

In Daytona Beach it costs. i

Acting on an anonymous tip
Did You Know........ Daytona Beach police Friday April !
arrested an escaped murderer who
Mrs. Charles Hardy spent last had escaped from Union Correctional DUCT: 'iNsuunorJ': R 6'g I
Wednesday and Thursday with her Institution last November by climbing I, WINDOWS" : LIGHTING OH IN CONOiriONED I
mother Mrs. GE. McGauley i in over the top of the fence near the NO MoRf 1HAIJ! FLUORESCENT SPACE _. .. j I II
prison entrance. \II"\ oIHJIMG OP 1OtAI. WHERE
Division of Corrections officials ( AREAS SUIVABI): PAR.TITIOIIIINSULAT10NR/ l 11 l

Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Mrs. J.M. said Scott Tyrell Riley 29, who was WALL
Blackshear and Mrs. J.E. Hardy at- serving three life sentences from INSUUTOla 'APPLIANCES MICKOIUAVE, OMEN .
tended the FFWC district woman's Broward County for first degree R 5 AND PlACEMEMr OF WASHER PRYtfc .
club meeting In St.Augustine on Mon murder and robbery offered no SOffit> VIN158 OUtSIDE of, AIR'CDMD1nO'-J1P' AREA
day. resistance when he was recaptured at 1NI. FOOT
an apartment complex In Daytona OVtftll IAtoIG CEILING
Mrs. Ann! Joellenbeck of Berlin, Beach. now
Germany arrives Friday for several Riley, who has been in the prison RSgULA
weeks visit with her daughter and system since January 1978, was turned
family, Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen. over to representatives of the DOC.

Mrs B.J. Eggers has returned from Pvt. Thomas M. Duffy
St Vincent's Hospital after surgery. Is ReassignedFORT -,
Mr. and Mrs. David Byers of Jackson-

her ville parents were Saturday, the Eggers.night visitors of M Duffy HOOD, son of, Texas-Pvt.Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Martin

L Duffy. Route 1, Raiford recently

Mr and Mrs. Al Stefanelli of was assigned to the 6 4th Ordnance.
Jacksonville were Sunday visitors of Company at Fort ,Hood, Texas. D

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. The
Stefanellis also had as Tuesday YOU
visitors Mr. and Mrs. Dave Luke and
daughter of Fort Lauderdale.Mr. AUTO UU '.

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and Mrs. Carol Smith of Dade HNOW 1
City were last Friday guests of Mrs. ...
Louie Bell Parks. ByCene ; ? ,..u .'

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Mrs.Thomas Pownall and daughter
of Palm Bay were Sunday to Tuesday ? ,WATER, NBJEZ./INSUlAt10Nj -0'
guests of Mrs. Malcolm Pownall. Q. This has become really R g AIR COIIII'I'tONER! ,
frustrating. I have |just EER:9
Ardel Brannen and son, Joshua of completed a brake job on my A new Watt-Wise Living" home Rf"COMMEIoIDED
Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. 1975 Mont Carlo. I bled the can save ing and a microwave and
Raleigh Brannen brake you money! on electricity. oven thermally
on Saturday. The properly and put In. Because it's built: efficient
Brannens also had as Friday to Sun. new lining and wheel according to FPL's windows and doors (with glass,
areas .
day guests Mrs. Jessie May Brannen cylinder km all the way Sure energy saving-standards. planned/ to minimize heat
of Bartow. around. Although Ihe brake' a Watt-Wise home costs' little more So before build-up). n. :
pedal I firm the braking still in the 'b ginning. But'you'll: 1 you buy or Construct a new home !Ie..
Mr and Mrs. David feel and I'm : payoff in. ask builder .
Montgomery spongy losing Beta ,, ,your about FPL's
and family had Easter dinner with fluid somewhere.What next? extra savings cm your electric for years to Living Watt-Wise ;:/: ... .
Rev E F. Program. Or 11""t '
Lake City.Montgomery and family in come from) the very,first "month.:, office'and your local FPL '.-., '''' yl,, '" ." i..a--,

A. First, be sure the vent in FPU;. -savingWatt-Wisehomeshave- pick up a free information brochure 'm',.*"*"' ivf Mi t".01':-'
Mr.and Mrs. Jimmy Lee of Kissim- the /fluid reservoir is not features like extra and : The' Watt-Wise Living home. It costs .'; c '"*",t'":/ ; 'OOii <* .-
mee were Sunday clogged. Then check the ceiling wall insulation/ a ,., .
guests of Mr. and solar JiJfemore! now n l ''""" "

Mm. Nealy McConnell.Mr. tleness.hoses for If the cracks how feels or soft brit- and heat-recoveryunits for water heating .." but in the long run, ....; .... ,\ M ,,,, 01... .1.,. ,. 'II ...:....._... ;

and Mrs. Jim McLendon and have a helper press hard on a higher-efficiency air conditioner\ or, it whole ..... r ..b..,.." ....0d _, :
children of Blowing Rock, N.C. are the brakes If the hose swells .; ,. heat pump power savers like fluorescent lighttot Fusta less. .... 1m t ..." .t.-
her replace it and bleed :
visiting the
parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R.P. McLendon this week. brakes again.. If hoses are .na f. .at W&A LIGHT COMPANY >< ." 101 l II "O).1.. TMtt j
OK check the vacuum 'o, _. eotwwnl:
booster A leak Inside the I '-.t. ... i
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and TN. .

weekend of Jacksonville Beach were fluid vacuum into the booster can pull ; ,. : D S2GH D ., ...... ...". ... .... .' .. .......\,.1 :
and Mrs. guests Huston of McClane.his parents Mr. external sign.engine To with :; ( ?If..1 1"1/:;"":"" ".", 1 FOfwJ.SE .... ..' .1"1-1': .. .. .,,... .""""""' :... j,

Clanes also have an guests The Mr. and Mc- remove the vacuum hose at < "'')o- ... ..,.. ..... _.. ......."..'.\NO,..J.: ; LIVMly ,(i43asY.'M tt'kr '. .Y't-.r' '

Mrs. M C. Baker of Rhinelander Wis the booster and insert a pipe .-* :":. .t. ",,,1:,...,. H.... '. : mom:... t l"> ....,...".',-J". .. ,, J
from cleaner. If it comes out '/1 ,. '....'. .I .. m ,.4\IJ.\ \' "' ''''1'. :
Monday to Thursday. wet tlP.: ,
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rebuild .. ; f' I. I
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booster replace the / '.' 1. : .. 4 y" .''''' '''''\fI''I j ,*,, ', r ..> ..h> letLJY 11f :
Mrs. Deborah S:
Ann Bass of Jackson- 0 1'1 '. .. ;.,
'Watt\Vise "
ville celebrated her 23rd birthday : It t .
Saturday April,at a family at ng- saves you more than it "- '. '
party : .H costs. : .;,
the home of her parents,Mr.and Mrs. Automotive <- .. Ask your builder .
. t C.J. Daniels In Lawtey. Parts Center .J" ; <: ,., ., ,about" it., 'I VJI : i t.I.. ... .." .. J

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COURT EIGHTH WITNESS my hand tract Documents relative NOTICE following d."rllS( 'property I' 'Storka: 'Existing; Speed boundary thereof Three ,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT and the seal of thia 32091; l K-OI01-OOOS; Avenue, Starke, Florida ..thereto' as prepared .by WILLIAM V. FORSYTH and amending the Restrictions From SLD Thousand Four Hundred r
OF FLORIDA, IN Court on April 1, 1980. Holloman' M... O.H. or up to 7:30 p.m., on Man* Craig Salley and JR., has mode application Comprehensive' Land MPO. 84toSLDMP.9M Fifteen and Five Tenths I
AND FOR BRAD. Gilbert S. Brown, A. Ruth S. Frailer; day. April 21, 1980 at A_....., Inc. A.I.A., to the Bradford Use Plan to provide that :33 MPH; From SID MP (341S.S feet), more or I
FORD COUNTY. Clerk of the Court By: K-2071-0002 Holmes which time and place ell Architects Prefect' County Zoning Board for lands currently zoned .920 to SLD MP 10.200 less, to the Westerly J
Beulah M. Moody Carol Jean Rt. 1. Box bids received' will be Manual and Contract SPECIAL' USE of the pro R1C and designated by .55 MPH; Recommended boundary of the right of }
Civil Action Case. No. Deputy Clerk. 22S Starke, FL 32091; publicly opened and Documents may be examined perty described below the plan as Residential change From SLD MP way of State Road 100; I
60-144. 4/3/ 4tchg 424. K01010003. Jackson ,read aloud for the furnishing at the Bradford from OR for Special Use: be rezoned to BR3.1.I., 9.184 to SLD MP 9.912 thence North Eighteen ,
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE Tommy M. er Lucille Rt. of all materials County School/ Board Of. lot two with a mobile and designated' Retail distance 0.728 ml.Recommended (18)) degrees and Thirty I
OF BILLY B. NOTICI OF NAMESOF 1, Box 43 A, Starke, Fl and labor for the fallowIng lice Starke, Florida or home, 4 miles Southeastof ..u.ln.he property of Regulation five ((35)) minutes West,
ALLEN. Husband and PERSONSAPPEARING 32091 K-1006-0001. prolect| In Bradford may be obtained at the Starke off South end MAXIE CARTER,.'described 30 MPH Speed lane along said Westerly 1,
JOY F. ALLEN. Wife TO BE Kats Richard A.I; County office of the Architect at of Griff loop, In Section as follows: From SIC MP 9.913 to boundary One Thousand
OWNERS OF K-OIOI-0004 Lella'S. 3911 Newberry Road 10 Township 7 South 26.000 So.: Fl.I located SLD MP 1O.200. distance One Hundred
NOTICE ABANDONED PROPERTY Mundy or Clalr' Jean '132 REROOFING' Gainesville Florida. Range 22 East out of '/ mile South '(af.'Stprke 0.288 ml.l Recommended Seventy-six and Two
OF ACTION I. Call St., Srarkei. FL BRADFORD COUNTY Two sets of prolect parcel 481S-O0400 for 'Intermediary (on East side'pr'HWy.; 901 Regulation 45 MPH Hundredths >((1176.02)feet )
9h'. Pursuant to Section: 13 32091 K-2071-0003 HIGH SCHOOL Manual and forms for gun repair In Section 32,,Township. 6' Speed Zone. to an Iron pipe for I
TOt Joy Pi Allen -. .' of Chapter 717' Florida Martin, Gerald S., P.O. CAFETERIA AND bidding may be secured and reloading of am. ,South 'Rqnge I 27" 'East' On recommendationof point of beginning. From
Jo. July 63O!,,1.. Statutes, entitled Box 2, Elyria Ohio HAMPTON AND by Contractors from the munition. 'Parcel 4286.r" : the Director Road the point of beginningthus ,
McKinley, Sand Spring -""'FlorWo/ Oripoiltlan of 44035; K-1006-O002 BROOKER ELEMENTARY office of the Architect .by This change In SpecialUse You are JurtheV. ) "given Operations, the above described, continue '
.,-Oklahoma 74063 ...... Unclaimed Property McClane, (K.C.3K0788.0014 '"); SCHOOLS depositing therewith the Is subject a public ,NOTICE!>that b copy: of traffic and speed regulations North Eighteen!,. ((18))
:,1 .. Act",, notice Is hereby. Moore, sum of Twenty-Five hearing to be held on .sold prepeeeoV! OR' were determinedto dagrees:;,and Thirty-five !
YOU ARE HEREBy'i'S* given that the persons Jesse J., P.O. Box 173 Any bid received' after Dollars (25.00). Tuesday. April 29. 1980 DINANCE Is available foW bo reasonable andn.cessary ((35)) mln.,).. West along
NOTIFIED that an an-' lilted below appear to lawtey Fl 32058;' the specified time and The deposit from Con 017:30 p.m..ln the County your In.pedlt...oat the Iaf.' upon the basis, said w.erlvboundory,
LIon for dissolution of be the owners of K07880022. Moore, date will not be consldered. -, tractors will be refunded Commission Room In flee of' the Director-of of tho engineering and One Hundred Twenty-
marriage has boon filed unclaimed personal or Jesse J,; P.O. Box 173, upon submission of a the Bradford County Zoning .and' Planning' traffic 'Investigations. Five ((125)) feet to an Iron
nd you are required to Intangible property Lawtey. Fl 32098: Bids, will. be tabulatedand bona fide bid and return Courthouse. At this time Bradford I iCounty Courthouse 1 and authority was pipe; thence South
serve,*. copy of your 'presumed abandoned. K-207I-O004 Pullen evaluated .by the of said Project Manual In all persons Interested Storks, Florida. therefore given .by the Seventy-one ((71))
written defenses, if any THIS DOES NOT INVOLVE James H or Louella; .Superintendent of Bradford good condition withinten shall be heard for or Each and e"ery person Secretary for the degrees and Twenty-five II
to It, on petitioner's. REAl ESTATE. K-0463-OO73 Stanwlx- County School Board ((10)) days after date against the proposal as having anyInterest, establishment. of same ((25)) minutes West, One
attorney whoa name Account Number hay Raymond Box 386, or a member or set for the opening of specified In the Zoning whatever In thg t.nact and the placing of the HundredqJm.Iyrnine/ ( I
and address is J. J. K-1187-0001 Apparent Starke FL 32O9I members of his staff or bid. If the Contractor Code of Bradford Coun ment of this' proposed proper markings and and Eight Five Hundredths
WOLBERT. JR.. f. O. Owner Boatwrlght K-0101-OOOI. The Pixies, other Individual or In- desires more than two ty. ORDINANCE should appear signs as Indicated; also, ((199.85)) feet to 1
Box: 108S, S erke, Edith I or Melanie S, P.O. Starke Fl 32091: ; dlvlduals designated by sets of Project Manuals Jerome Johns Chairman and 'be heard at the for the elimination of existing an iron pipe; thence
Florida; 32091' on or Box a, Hampton Fl K-2071-0003. Warren him.At these may be obtained Bradford County time and place'prescribed. ( controls where this South Eighteen ((18))
before May 21. 1980 32044; K-2071-0001. H.S. the next regular or by paying the cost of Zoning Board. Itchg 4/10 is Indicated. degrees and Thirty-Five
and file the original Conroy James W. 744 N. Information concern special meeting of the. duplication and handling BOARD OF. BRADFORD LARRY K. O'DELl Deputy ((35) minutes East
with the clerk of this Temple' Ave., Starke Fl 'ing the amount or Board or at a deilgnated which will not be COUNTY C MMI5. Secretary For Ad. parallel with sold

court either before service 32091: K-I078.00I3 description of the property meeting thereafter, the refundable. NOTICE OF APPLICATION SIONERS.By ministration. Westerly boundary, One
on petitioner's attorney Crosby R.V., Rl. 3, Box and the names and bids, as so opened Subcontractors and FOR REZONING /s/Gllbort S. Itchg 4/10 Hundred Twenty-five '
or immediately 164 Starke FL 32091; address of the holder tabulated and material suppliers may AND AMENDMENT OF Brown Clerk. Itpd 4/10 ((125)) feet to an Iron pipe; I

thereafter; otherwise a 1236-0008.. Fowler may be obtained by any evaluated and the purchase Project THE LAND USE PLAN thence North Seventy
Judgment will be Danny M., Stark., Fl person possessing an Interest recommendation of the Manuals for the cost of An ORDINANCE omen- DEPARTMENT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. one ((71)) degrees and
entered for the relief 32091; K-OIOI-0002 In the property by Superintendent of Bradford duplication and handling ding the ComprehensiveLand TRANSPORTATION EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR Twenty-five ((25)) minutes
demanded in the peti Green Queen E., 800 addressing an Inquiry to County School Board ,' which will not be Use Plan Element SPECIAL TRAFFIC CUIT..NANDFOII.RAD.FORD. East One Hundred
tion. Pine St., Starke, FL7ntoucr GERALD A. LEWIS. Slate and the School Board Architect refundable. and Map by Bradford. REGULATIONS COUNTY, FLORIDA Ninety-nine and Eighty
Comptroller Abandoned regarding them All bidders interestedIn County Florida' accordance CASE NO: 79.579-CA five Hundredths ((199.85))
Property Section ATTN: shall be presented to the this work must submitto 'with the local NOTICE IS HERESY feet to point of beginn.
Harry .. Canon, 1401 Board for Its consideration. the office of the Government Comprehensive GIVEN: TUCKER BROS., INC., a Ing. Being located In Sec.
State Capitol, Any bid accepted or School Board Architect Planning Act That the Departmentof Florida corporation lion Ten ((10)), Township
Tallahassee, Florida contract awarded shall prior to obtaining Bid of 1975 as provided for in Transportation at Its Plaintiff Seven ((7)) South, Range
32301 ((904)) 487-2383. Be be to the lowest Documents written vs
responsible Chapter 163 of the mooting of March 27 Twenty-two ((22)) East
sure to mention the bidder the certification that he JAMES BROXTON
Reg. Real Estate Broker account meeting Florida Statutes.TO 1980 gave consideration Bradford County
160 Call number BEFOREthe prequaliflcation requirements meets the following : All Citizens, Taxpayers to the COOPER and DEBRA J. Florida.At .
W. St. requests relatingto
name as published In stated herein and minimum requirements: and other interested special traffic COOPER, his wife, public sale, to the
Starke this notice. Unless proofof requirements of the law 1. Sucessfully performed persons and In each Defendants. highest and best bidder

.t. 964-5527 ownership Is and Slate Board of similar projects in made a review of case the for cash at the East front
L o presented to the holderby Education. scope and nature. Submit You and each ef you traffic Investigationreport NOTICE OF SALE entrance of the Bradford'
June 4. 1980. the properly Each bid must be accompanied list of Owners of pro are hereby and herewith along with the Notice is hereby given County Courthouse In

2 Trailer Parks.I Special will be deliveredlor by a certified !jects. given notice In accordance recommendations of the that pursuant to an Starke, Florida at 11:00In :
custody to the Camp- check cashler'e check or 2. Contractor must with Florida order or a final judgment the. forenoon on May
I trailer park 11 trailers. Approx. 6 acres. F.nced.Iroll.r engineer at tha locationor
trailer of bid bond In the amountof have been approved of foreclosure entered
Florida.' an Statutes thai the Boardof In I I. 1980.
j 11 trailers 2 BR frama house, barn described
opptox. Thereafter, all further 5%, of the base roofer for a minimum of Commissioners the above-coptloned action
22 acres, fenced pastureland. LARGE down pay claims must be directed guarantee that the bid five ((5)) years by one of County of Bradford below BRADFORD: COUNTY I will sail the pro GILBERT S. BROWN.
lent. Owner will finance balance. to the Comptroller'ol-' der. If awarded the con the 'following manufacturers County Florida hove : perty situated In Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court
We Handle Rental. Rood 200 Section 28010In
Florida. tract will within ten ((10) : Celotex: Byrd a designated the Bradford. Starke from SLD MP County Florida By: Beulah M Moody,
'2 BR unfurnished house. GERALD LEWISCOMPTROLLER consecutive calendar San; Johns-Manvtlle; County Zoning and Planning 6.675 to SLD MP 7.036; described as: Deputy Clerk
'1 unfurnished apartment. OF days after written notice Certlnteed Industries; Board to conduct a Recommended Regulation
Home. FLORIDA"ub.r being given of such G.A.F. Commence at the HAROLD B. HAIMOWITZ !
'4 BR. 21. Be public hearing at a : Change 45 MPH to
.3 BR LAKE HOUSE. Furnished Feb. May. Apr. 3. Apr. 10 award enter Into a written 3. Bidders must have a regular meeting held' at 55 MPH Speed Zone Southwest corner of said P.A.. Lawrence J. Bar i I
COMMERCIAL PROPERTYI 1980 SN 3911. contract with the fully operational office 7:30: p.m. In the County 2-22.80. Section Ten ((10)), and run nard 1001 Blackstone I
I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices. Great 4/3 2tchg 410.ADVERTISEMENT. School Board of Bradford within seventy-five ((75)) Commission meetingroom North Eighty-nine ((89)) Bldg., Jacksonville,
bcotlan. County In accordancewith miles of Starke. Florida. Bradford County BRADFORD COUNTY: degreee and Twenty- Florida 32202.
the accepted bid The Board reserves Courthouse Starke eight ((28)) minutes East, 904.632.2010
I Tackle and Bait business large Inventory. Road 16. Section 28030 In
and give a contract surety the right to waive Informalities Florida along the Southerly 4/10 2tchg 4/17
One city block In downtown Starke, lust waiting for the AND INVITATIONTO bond satisfactory to In any bid and to on Tuesday
April 29, .1980 and make
business. Great for downtown mall.
opportunity BID
said Board In an amount accept any bid which
f (large warehouse, approx. 6,000 tq. ft. Needs roof and STARKE FLORIDA equal to 100% of the they consider to be In a Board recommendation of County to Commissioners the

repairs. Has floor and standing wall. contract price. their best Interest and to and the
INVESTORS DREAM Sealed bids will be No bidder may reject any and all bids. Board will consider on FLORILWDREALTY
Income Property Will Pay For Itself received by the School withdraw his bid far a School Board of Bradford
Monday May 9. 1980 at
'I 1 small apartment complex. Handyman's special) 4 rental Board of Bradford Coun- period of'thirty ((30) days County. Florida the same said place at
) units, possibly S. ty Florida at the office of after the date set for the Starke, Florida. 10:00: A.M. an Ordinance Ziiiar'
,( small frame house. the Superintendent In opening thereof.All Thomas. L. aoey..Jr., ,relating: .7700
'1 large frame house. Needs repairs. Residents or 4 the School' Board work shall be doneIn Superintendent. ,.' 393 N. Temple Avenue .

I apartments ((4 BR 4 BA), Administration Building accordance with the 4/3 3tchg 4/17. The. rezoning of the ACREAGE:

t) 2 BR frame house. Apartment on side., Zoned com S28 North Temple Project Manual and Con- I.. 41 acres Front en St.'Rd.- IC G
II mercial. 18 Breaker brea"; '

NEW LISTINGS ,__ ,<* j- -_ 1Pr_ 1.T ,,:::1 .L.,:: sew _:tI>'e f. ... .: .. .. ; r-.rt t ,1T REALTYSy
.1 BR. 1 Ba, LI. Kit., on each side, duple:
\ yard WECBiijT t
t .3 BR, 1 Ba Greenhouse, Zoned Commercial. : REAL acres Lawtey ..... PHONE 964.7776TERWLLGAR
.2 Apartments Downstairs 3 BR. 2 Ba, Upstairs, Living Ralph Bryan Real Estate ,:
Quarters. Rent will help pay mortgage. SALVAGE YARD with 10 205 N. Temple Starke I 1

310 W. Call St. Starke JT1 acres of land on 301. .
Please call us to list ,
I John E.Glover (Cor. US 301 & Call Street") 964-6788 LeUafl:: ESTATE bedroom I '/. bath on 2 let ue help you with your financing..Farmer' Home f
Reg. Real Estate Brokerlu Adn., VA
VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION acres IN COUNTRY. FHA Conventional or Bond Program.

: Green Sanders Associate ACROSS FROM WESTERN AUTO.
3 bedroom bath CH/A In SPECIAL
interest rates_acing your town.

Check with us 3 Bedroom Ranch I /> baths, Cozy Cat-In
FAULKNER m K'rchen. CentrolHeol, A IC tin",, pan filed,
Please call
t/'Id O [ I ast-soss"110 Vernle P. Odom. Broker carpeted, garage, paved driveway Convenient .
NEW HOMES GRI Phone 94-547. to Southtlde/ elementary
WB ARE EXCLUSIVE "- .J ,Pearl Andrews 94-7739 Stlteol. . . . . . 32900.


I (ITSELF cost you nothing.-the builders payl Complete infers,,.- Corner Hwy 301 South end Lafayatte St. .j, * * * * *

One Acre en 301 with ....- Men en the new COUNTY BOND PROGRAM. ACROSS FROM WISHBONE CHICKEN .

Prlvete Property Week. tic end well. Very pretty. -v W aaos,. s- j J Forth* Innovator *
April 11-19,1980 $4,000. HEADQUARTERS FOR LOTS ACREAGE FHA-VA C_. Financing' Available J 54 .
PRIVATE PROPERTY .FOREST HOTS. Restricted M acre let$2,800 end up, M CLARK prim.. acres V4 mile art railroad 440' on Rd.
100 Suitable for T
\ RIGHTS, 10 Ac. $18,000 10Do.. pet. down 8 yra. art "h pet. Int. COMMERCIAL ,INCOME PROPERTY n. LTOR | shopping center. Industrial park '
10 Ac. $10,000 Beautiful ROLLING HlUSt (Beyless Hwy). I acre end.., $3,500 end Washington St. Let with .building a chain' link J er housing development. (apprax. 3 lots par acre) -
I "'OTECTTHEMI StanddPln... up. 10 pet. down lyre. ert 10 pet. Int. .......-.15.001. *$307I. en acre owner will finance. 20% down.

20 Ac. Fenced. E.e. .20 ACRES Forsyth Rd., with bens,well,pump,septic end Store building downtown Cell St. Over 3000 EXCELLENT- Q rf
IN LAWT*)1 Black from Pasture $40.000.EXCELLENT electricity. $43.000 terms. square foot. $19.800 T....... Workmanship color' and * * * * *
In this
school tfjZit Home en % NORTH OP LAWTSVi XV* acre. ".CIOG. ACREAGE design ere apparent FOR THE DISCRIMINATING' ,
new brick home.
ac. lot 25500. OPPORTUNITY B acres,$9,000 Hwy lOOW-BeeuKful acres,only$80,500.. veryBe.d equipped country .kitchen Huge. *Beautiful) Hampton Lake Lot. . . .$15.000 '1'Coun'ry
to own an extra nice piece Only 20 pet.down ands _. ft Club lot 1W x 383'.. .$10.000
1 ............. 2 baths, extra
5 Acres with Small lake. of Income producing property years at 10 pet. Interest .80 ecree, Marion County Owner "_need. .
Fenced. Hurry only 1800 sq. ft. homo .1 acres end up $3.000 per ..... 12 pet. down ''AI act. '.4 acres, Hwy X2S, good land..In pasture fenced large garage, beautifularea. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES kl.
$11.500. with toO .... H rental en Interest. 3,788 per acre. $52OOO. t Greet. property across from Holiday Inn Owner fin. ItteSere

3.60 ... In Starke. $...100 .10 acres f I-. $12.000 end 24000. 12 pet. down fViUS 031 ecree Hwy 301 Sooth. B opts. 301 S27.SOO. Owner linanced. ,itr>.
NEED FOUR BEDROOMS REDUCED to $59,900., pat. 0490 pecan trees, 2'A ...... If x IV M.H. Con. COUNTRY ROAD.- e7o00.qo ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 14 E Owner financed r'

Call today I Owner retiring 9 SOl N. 3* ...... 1340' on 301. "' .100 ....... HI A.X MH .hookups. 24 acres In Improved pasture. Country home with $ Home(commercial)a cottage $22,500 Owner financed ,.1.
end moving $27,000 10 I Oo"aa ......... 30 half wooded half I Improved dining room,, screened ,
OFFERING APPROX. BOO acres In venous ........... acres 404 N. Cherry 2 large furnished Apts. Owner fin. '
Motel 1._.
301 North Troll .pasture creak. frontage, partially fenced.' porch end ,Iota of tieee. SOO. me Income 4 rentals > Cell $ Bay S55.000. II')

Off Ice 782-3931 Home 792.3594 COMMERCIAL HOMES $22,800. I eLerge Apt. complex 301. good cash flow. Owner fin. oJ

... LOOKING FOR 301 FRONTAGE WE HAVE OVER 1 Mill .TWO STORY frame house on Cell. Street.. Good ACREAGE
1 hero home Lawt.y'121'.000
acre large story Owner fin
HAMPTON 3 BR. IB Throe acres w/nlce' fish A new concept In living.Equipped In
JACK COURTIIAY & ASSOC. Inc.. HOMES pond. 524.900. Good Terms. "Itch... 3 *2.' acre Hamptoe $5.500 Owner financed. U3
..._ *...ecres near Preibytorlan Church Hospltol. $39.000
bed. a Itath.
beth ; large
3 bedreem, J en I acre nice trees, 17.5OO. :
NEAR COUNTRY CLUB bilk veneer 4 BR, 1 bath, PR,
Licensed Real Estate Broker T_. Moke. ...... lot. paved driveway. tenstral *,... acres Oriffls loop timber" $10.500 Owner fin.
with 11.- double let
.. CH/A large $57.708.
Stele Certified Builder garage .3 BR, 1 Beth en city lot fenced. 11,900. heel end air, reedy te 13 acres Ml 1 Morgan Rd. $39,000 Owner fin. tsi
IXCIUINT CONDITION Greet loeeHoe, 3 58. 1 beth XVt ecre X tf&Vt.(! ..Br'rtee: reduced to 10.800. .h_. $43.8OO.> I *20 acres Ml N. Railroad 4 prime Owner fin. CH
I block with FR. CH/A. en nice let, $40.000. 7Vt acres with 3 B*. 1 Beth, C/B home. CHBA. I *13 acres $17.0011./ Laura Baptist Church Rd.
LAKEFRONT BRAND NEW.4 BR, 2 ....... masonry, CH/A with several. *I I Home elf rd. US bam fenced inBO
chain. link fenced yard, many fruit frees, FIX ME UPend I acres 'Z ,'OO.
100 ft. on lake Hampton. lovely. weeded let In prestigearea. Brepleee. $' .500. pecans, fenced t craes-fencael. pasture. 2 small save I this' 2 *10 acres 4 BR 2 Be brick, Rd. 115 Home with extras {r 1'1
$14,750. Owner financing. Good terms TWO nORY./.......) 4 'M. 1% bath. ......... en
........ T_. I bdreem. 1, bath ........ 12 acres Rd. 225 Nice heme 1 BR 2 Be CHtA $41.500.
ACREAGE distance town. "'.MO. e.utkgele2SR. I Beth family room, cerpet. A/C I I lerge lot( walk t.everything *14 acres Brawnlee Rd. :3 BR 2 Ba CH4A $64000.,500.
CHRISTIAN/ ST.r X BR block,J10O.17S let, $2B.$00. ,snit, nice comer .let, $20,800. T....... *6 .... Neat 2 SR I Ba off Rd. 12113 .
S Acre parcels ranting en SR 21.sorted", ''''ntl.l. These KWaSlBY LAKE Brick duplex. 94 ... en. weter SS4.SOO. .Onset Room ir x M'with fireplace.. Separate dining 17.100., )011
.beautiful tracts of heavily wooded rolling .lend era excellent -! CROSBY LAKE:* BR ,,,_. M ft.en weter, $' .001. reem.,Study. S ....._. 2 baths. 2 acres, LOTS FOR INVESTMENT: "._ >*AHflJ
Investments for Individuals ., builder developer.r l 'STRAWBERRY ACRESi Country Istete, .large 3-stery Cape ...... Must. see. Good to...... 7 more acres GIAH.u4 ARIA- .7 Trailer' "lots Brawnlee Rd.. ".000 per lot 20% down.
from 115,900. Owner Financing. Terms excellent. Cod en M be.etffu/fenced' ecres. _I......... Mobile. hons hi excellent e I acre, welt tank et.... pump house, utll.bldg.$5,500.

BUILDING LOTS lAWTIYi, Rd. SIS X BR frame, 1 acres.'$IS.1>S.RD ......erA tsjrsa be Z2SA New X ... with greet room and Hreplaci.CJlA black. ........ CtgrroJTj eyB. elr/" fenced beck yard. bedreeme. t" kltchae. Beautiful let near Country Club 100x114' $5.500 Rd. 230.
Vt, .lots with lake. view. Neer I O9. I dining ream living ream, 'Commercial let nest '
Magnificent acre Keystone.i ee 4 ecres.' Tractor; end: disk. liens ID Included. peed .lecaHen.Onlf"$29. to Terwlllegor Realty 150'.150'1' Mid

Pram S1.95O. Owner financing. :,.>.-j; $...000. femlly room S17.4OOV Hempten Oaks Let 12$ S70OH pretty trees, Owner fin. I,
COMMERCIAL" .. .. HAMFTONi' > BR frame' ). center''let''.c..... In,''$19.200. NOMtsmsCrosby 'Cell St. commercial let 235 x ..' $19,800 Owner fin' \ Hi
... MANY.MANYOTHIRSI lake. restricted kemesHss, broker- COUNTRT LIVING ,oBonont '.-__Best neighborhood. $6000 Owner fin.I .' li.13: :
Commercial lots en SR 100 near Keystone. $9.9SO. OwnerPfnenclng. DO NT SORRY YOU MONT CALL I Terms. AT ITS BMT-1: I,s! Country Club lets I Acre each $4050 each Owner lint !xis!!

> M M ..93 ecree $1,000. fn town. This 4 bedrebm .heme en Call St. commercial lot 100" is 190* $',900 Ownot fin;' ; rl.flPREFERRED
03 lets .ks city.. paved street ".ICII/ excellent. 1/' ec... tas all, theamenities.
Meeeey.Prldey9-Sp.nv. TtMfcsKsnJe.+ .t illvenhigs .. Including I eontral 3718 M
Furnished. model garden .home In AM WOODS. Golf rUA.hardwood Neon.fireplace Laura St. Completely- Remodeled' $37,100.)
swimming tennis end trails. A saw concept In lakefoglon end.Sundays by appointment". T": i APARTMENTS FOR RENTPreperty and yaw very D43I Center $t. 3 8R1 B. Walk',. $23,500. Ugh
8th Mau..._Services AvalloMe.Sesea .. 01320 Johns. Dr.. 18-4, 10-41.,; established area In town, "'w
living. fairway. ft VI Ml .;..'.f'J. 1 I' .WII swimming, peel, 68ft. stkfci extras.Ottos bna
Ralph' P.Bryan 4l(4. r .r: '" J There's avan I a detecheagarage
Custom ......i...... low maintenance, energy efficient ..,1>1 II", ., I Paul N. Pawlcner-Reeller .workshop faryeWHan H eMI Bewares Rd. 3 881 3 B CHtA 1 Acre. tsr!>

brick ........ Two 1R. X hath. 2 carport with ISO1 frontage Wayne ..Douglas' ." uilhM cTpeerson;; ,I M. ....",...- -'- _.....a.-. ..Net. fa'S._ 0.... .slshbsrhsed, 1381 Searing 18R 28 CHtA ..r.... atM
.101)Wt )
Ii Evenmge-9a4-$068. DMevo Right, M Comfortable. .home 1308 ;
en II 101.-,. Keystone Hts. Golf Course. Under con- Broker/Salesmen. ....../IaIaaJ. the aseumeMe 9Xmortgsee.
Itructlen. 64-4S93 '. Office .' All this and.) D817 W........ ..... I BR I B ........115.tOO. Owner,fin,
Manager REALTOR ASSOCIATES 0..... '>
a : Blocktrees >$27,800. Owner financed.
} r' ,94431 I$ .'Irene Fevlkrterlve.944.S142Julio more .dy141.009.SO.PAlIR .. '
P. O. Box 1354 r /I'Koyatone '. Vada M. $etiee-0 e..9448944 .. Associates. adIT
June Moody ..Ware Powell i / wt C..... lye's T.......... Masts Dorke
Fla. 32868 j \ Nevis !Ykii I h .. L.Oftfne......9644740WE xfl
HfltB.. B.., .Assad. ete' Broker/talesmen. Aisecletg 4B* ....... 9.ii/ ty \1cftleNermen. Aftes'Hears 782-3397 ....J

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April 13-19 Private Property, .Weelc, 1 ..

I Good Start In I
Property Improvement Contest PlannedThe i; : ..
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I''\ Raising Project ..

Bradford County CommIs- Private property I rights u I didn't entries must substantiated by a ''W.. "
sioners have proclaimed April 1319as originate in America. They evolved before and after photo of any size (no .(' The Bradford-Union,Association l*> '
Private Property Week in Bradford from English Common law which slides). In black and white or color, ,,: Retarded Citizens raised over i75Ost' .
County and a Property Improvement was patterned after ancient Roman bearing entrants name address and --- -< the Bradford County Fair ,.
Contest will be held. law' and has withstood the tests' of telephone number on back of photos. .r matching funds to keep the '
"Private Property RightsProtect time and courts.. < ''Entry deadline Is June 15. All entries Acres Workshop and the towanll'
Them." is the theme of the nationally :1. J bearing a postmark later than June 15 :tervention Program (HIP ,
observed week. The Bradford-Union County Boar will be disqualified. ,BUARC must raise! some.110,009) :
All residents of Bradford and Union of Realtors, Inc., is i sponsoring* 3. Entry categories (a) Residential locally to match.federal grant monk),', "' \
Counties are urged to join with the Private Property Improvement Contest (1) Interior or (2) Exterior or (3) 1 to keep the two programs golng., */l1 ',.
Bradfo-il-Union Board of Realtors; for private property owners..ID Landscape; (b) Rental (1) Interior or Bradford County' ,Commission ''coorv:\ .
Inc. and the Florida Association of Bradford and Union Counties...Rules (2) Exterior or (3)) Landscape; ; (c) l1IR,1i tributes .>>,000 but the remainders j '. .
Realtors and the 700,000 Realtors and for the contest follow. I : Commerical (1) Interior or ((2) Ex- I must be raised'' by;BUARC 'through. !f' s
Realtor-Associates throughout I terior or (3)) Landscaper (d) In- various fund raising activities., jt. ; \! \ ,
America during this observance. 1. Entrants are restricted to private dustrial (1) Interior or((2)) Exterior or r1' ,r 41 t The following persons were.Witrorara' ." \, i
Private Property Week is an annual property owners of record in Bradford (3)) Landscape. THERE 'WILL-BE twlVd drawings' at the BUARC'S fwd IMpm. ;
celebration sponsored by the Florida and Union Counties..1 i '. ONLY ONE WINNING ENTRY PER booths donated by Jackson's Building f!'f J'I II' I
Association of Realtors In conjunctionwith 2. Property improvements must not CATEGORY. Supply: :: ,. I
the National Association of begin prior to April 13 and must be 4. Judging will performed by three .,:,rt. leek.d. :J.T. Lawson,. 10 gals. !ij: >)>
Realtors. completed no later than May 31. All indent Realtors from outside Shell Station.; gas"Hamti>, "

All decisions of the Amanda Smith. 2i, ''t f J
Scho 01 1 News Judges will be final Winners will be Western Steer., *', ,"
Starke Elementary .-c bit ..aaw notified by June 30. Mrs. MarcellneGoolsby with husband John as he receives promotion. from: Donna Custer 4 fried chicken?dlBl"*: 'ff +/ b

IMPORTANT DATES: of reading books at home for Easter 5... Awards will be given to each winner Colonel GUI Gonzales; ners, The Brama Restaurant.7 "
Thursday, April 17-Sth six weeks eggs. Each time a student roads a in each category with the winning Melody Cuttinoi' $5 of gas Holiday: : ""I 'I''
grading period ends. book, an Easter egg is decorated and yEdisand AFTER photos being Starke Guardsman', :Promoted to Warrant OfficerJohn Inn Gulf. vs 1 JM. #1.:
Thursday April 24-Report cards go placed in his/her Easter basket. in Bradford and Mary Hankerson a turkey PiggljK") "\ ,. ,
home. When a child reads ten books hesheis union Counties during the month of A. Goolsby recently received a Superintendent Colonel Guz Gon- Wiggly. _."r.h \
WorKShops for teachers: given another Easter basket.Of July. promotion to Warrant Officer in the zales. Gonzales stated that the promotion Edith Pew,' 2 steak dinners; .Tim,; ,Jys'i
School Law concludes today and the 19 girls that entered the All entries become the property of Florida National Guard. John Is a was a much deserved one.. Garden Restaurant. .j4", .l.*: ,+.) ,
tomorrow in BUS Media Center from "Annie" look alike contest in Bradford-Union Board of Realtors member of the ARNG training site Goolsby's overall performance Hilda Griffith, 2 luncheon specials: jo'
34.30 p.m. Consultant will be Jim Jacksonville last week Starke Inc., and no photos will be returned. unit at Camp Blanding. He has been which Included many extra hours Sonny's Bar-B-Q. ,.1 f' ( ''
Duncan BHS principal. Elementary was honored to have NO REALTORS OR REALTOR- employed as a supply technician at committed to the job was instrumental BUARC \Is currently having'*v'y; )J :
Art Workshop April 14-21 in Starke fourth grader Stephanie Rigby as a ASSOCIATES OR THEIR IM- Camp Blanding for the past 20 years. In his promotion. The unit that membership drive, the proceedn;:at.- ,. .
Elementary Cafeteria from 3-5:30 contestant. To be eligible for the con MEDIATE FAMILY MAY ENTER. He and his wife Marceline and their Goolsby Is assigned to has received which also go toward the required'I; y d i. ::
p.m. Consultant will be Dr. Michael test one had to be a girl under five feet MAIL ENTRIES TO: BRADFORD- sons, John. Jr. and Donald reside in five outstanding audits from state matching funds Residents snoaldt..I' :
Smith from the University of North tall, between age 9 and 13 and endowed UNION BOARD OF REALTORS. Starke on Parker Street. headquarters. He was promoted froma have already received a

Florida. with red curly hair. INC.. 2305 N. Temple Avenue Starke Sgt. first class to the present warrant the mail asking for the $15 meinship :' 1
How To Substitute Without Going Well, our Stephanie was all of these 32901. John was sworn In by Camp Site officer position. In BUARC; if not, phone 964-7_; ; I
Crazy April 13, 17 in BHS Media things and entered the content to have a pamphlet mailed.. .a< ':
Center from 3-4:30 p.m. Dr. Jan through an advertisement in t .J
Wood, University of North Florida, Florida Times Union. lI
will be the consultant The contest held on Tuesday, April 'f
DiagnosticPrescriptive.Teaching. t. filled the Mav Cohens. second floor .. t..J
of Reading (Elementary) April IS, 32, auditorium. Present at "t.hecontNi !

3-24&at p.m.Starke Mary Elementary Bradford School will be from the were members the, Annie's younger dog"Annie"Moose cast and offers you.... a 14 PIECE SET of z 11'! :]

consultant from the University of Sandy, his foster mother.

North Florida. The Annie look ahkes paraded as NON-STICK ., t 5
Teaching Reading. Structural i
the "real" Annie. Roseanne Sorren- '
Analysis and Comprehension May 13, tino and her fellow orphans Judged. DUPONT iIvcr. fosse'PORCELAINCLAD' ."
IS, 20 from 3-5 p.m. in Starke Elem. The decision of the winner must .. 7 ;;::
Cafeteria Mary Bradford consultant have been difficult According to

Stephanie there were many girls who 1417wi
CLASS NEWS wore red wigs. Well we know mmm ; !

Room 25 was "a glitter" last Stephanie Rigby did not wear a wig. -.4 ; ,, .
Wednesday as excited boys and girlsin Congratulations Stephanie! You'reour ,.r.:" :"
Mrs. Barbara Reddish's fifth grade Annie look alike! ] l" "' .,(W .
class participated in a special Easter Second grade students have been I ':f'"J

shellcraft The shell activity. consisted. of studying Universe and units Communities on the Car in warm the .1, J" 1.'30 (OfFi. i _; Silverstone{ Interior ,J '' .i\'.(4 ,r.- 1 1J

applying a colorful animal or and cold lands this six weeks. H. 441 I I J R I adel .'\\t.! '
mushroom decal to a large scallop The"Wheels For Life"Bike-a-Thon 1 SOFT & PRETTY I I DELMONTE" the newest easy clean dimension convenience In nonstick .'I-\.,\" ,"

shell. Diamond dust was sprinkledover will be held Friday, April 11. at the I BATHROOM TISSUE I DRINKS' II to every piece of this exceptional i; I I I i
the entire surface resulting in a BHS track. Your child will \ Regal cookware The porcelain outside ;. \"
sparkling, decorative effect. The final during Physical Education period and 4 PACK ROLL 6 9 C t mIZrJ! I 1 ASSORTED I color stays bright cleans like .J \ :'1Ir .
step involved placing the shell in a I I I 46oi CAN I china and its completely dishwasher \.. ''
will ride i
tripod stand which consisted of a is one mile if sponsored. If I .. "",.".."..,....,.nN. ,.*,, ATM, .!.TMHl!..It,..*,C. 1 I vlo.eisNN/NN x. .m. .", ow I safe. The extra heavy aluminum Regal ,: :.+ ;;; ,. (. C f
riding not possible walking is per- "11 1 N WlfM A IT W "M W. I Noawr .
drapery hook specifically bent to hold (i"IK 7kl l* HrMMI. ..|l HUHWLIJ*IXUAllMJA.. I ,iNWM1N M'INMKIrxl MintailLa',NININL I con.IucllonpromoIHev..nhea.lnll. ,
the scallop. The students enjoyed"sharing" mitted. ____________ .J. I ____.;._______.;... 'IJ "h .
Please check your bike for safety .
their art with classmatesby
and wear comfortable clothes. .1
displaying them in the library. Children collecting $25 or more will '
The acivity was directed by Rose receive a T Shirt. Back packs will be US CHECK THESE VALUES t ) !
Lancaster a parent volunteer who
given for those collecting*73 or more. '!o '

has two faithfully full days per donated week a to minimum assisting of in the Ride Bike-a-Thonl against childhood Help-St.cancer Jude ia 10 = D[ .89: Ii.; "' I
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Mrs. Reddish ,
room. Fifth graders Children's Research Hospital fight 5 La' < I" '' )
throughout the year have profited leukemia, tumors and deadly o tgiiettiCRAP} .3// 1 1 ;TA '
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from her enthusiasm toward learningand diseases in children. T BAGS 'I;

her "crafty" talents 1 The following third grade students Sge.'itr r,, ,
Mrs. Tetstone's class has had the made 100 percent on the spelling in 1 1 D \
privilege of having Ms. Donna Samonas Mrs. Crawford's .
Betty class: Shawna 00
a volunteer since last September.Ms. Blom Selena Soft N' 99 e'D : i
Norman, Renee Hewett 41 Pretty. a .
Samons is in Elemen-
majoring .
Allen Porter, Kelly Hester Chris -

several tary Education lessons In and Science has, Readingand taught Taylor julianne Clarence Williams. Mitch I 0SA I mel Meat (pomo). 5/$1ii/ :
Gray, Jackson Laura Stills
Math. As part of her Science classin Terricena Kittles, Richard LeNeave Reaiemon il 3 "' '

college she has given the children Karen Hodges,Steven Sweat and CIn- ]franc 0 Juice. . 69 t., 1 r'I'
many opportunities to predict Mviirmot CRUSHED suca,
measure and evaluate. We are pleased dy Last Samons week's: math Superstars in Ms. D Monogram. Rice. . 79 0 Pineapple (ouTm.NDcuGHT). 2/1 0 Crisco Shortening. $23S;'*' :
to have Ms. Samons with
us AVI 14 To SOUP MU
on Gissy's 4th MO*PINIAPPU cjuptnurr,nutAmi ORANCI on PINK
grade are: Marcia
Mondays.Our class. made Easter bunnies Hermia Charles Hamilton Chad Reddish Day LJ Soup Starters e . 99 0 Delmonte Drinks. .759* D i=" igers Flaked Coffee$2M. fDStot ..; l
Thomas and Angela Cohens. miiAK on mMCM l.CM*CUT V
eggs cards and baskets during last Fifth grader Rebecca Lawson plac- Du Dressing 59 0 Bruce yams. .594 CAN VAN CAMP .- *
week. Our bunnies were two feet tall ed third in the Bradford . a & Beans. . 71 '
County .... .
and Spell- >LI all nAVCW TRIAL one r Idea CAN .. ,
hung from the ceiling in our room ing Bee on Tuesday. April 8. at the D If. .aI '___QUART I-i
for several days. Some were Bradford County School Board office. AlpoDinner..S9 Argo Limas..3 Is.STPMotorOil..89. 'iri
displayed in the office. From Mrs. Griffis-Jenkins' 2nd save WD. Ina '. SAVE..'. lOofVlltOW ,

Our April reading contest consists grade class Marty Sellers and John D Carpet Scent. . 99 0 Vigo Rice . . 39 0 Dish Cloths $149T,
e e e I
Reichert celebrated their birthdayslast tau" "' "C1. PANTRY none,TAll .
0's tAVtnUT 0 BUS School Menu week. LJ . 1 0 Kitchen Bags . 89 D Car Wash Kit. $1 "ftDMAIICAUOM. ;
Alton Young Tony Hankerson and ,MI UGUMR .-.lmo.ttaoW..ONI. ....ld..7- . :
Menu April 14-IIMONIMI Brenda Sue Scalf made a perfect O .2/$1 0 $ S9 H0004 ''II .
Spaghetti Bordens Cremora. 1 -
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: ) Punch 89 :
Bur b-ciw bun. last
cole slaw
on baked score on Friday's spelling test. . :
....... applesauce. peanut butler cookie. milk %...CANPAMTK. PMDf CUT Oi HtMCH ....4V ON V 14M ... ;

A milkshakes-la carieHumbursers. pizza. French fries. The TMR class enjoyed a delightful D11 Beans. _. . 3/$1 0 Ken-L-Ration..AJINDlROtUNKS.4, ) 0 Planters sea_- -Peanuts. $14SANWARAMElvr ', .r-4 E.

TOMMY"beans biscuit Easter party and Easter egg hunt on I; ,:
a butter, (run chocolate, cake. milk A la orndoip milkshakes chevKburiera pizza' French Ir..... cluded a delicious Easter bunny cake r SUNSHINE i I

"IWSDAS"8": "" "' "'w meal ...... towed baked by Mrs. Hewett. punch and I ,
faljd French brfad. "peach. half. butterscotch Easter candy. Each child was given a (CATSUP 0 'c.. HEEZ-al
squares milk A la lartr- Pizza. hainburCTi creative a
French friii. mtlkKhakv Easter basket designed by '! lil'W'1( : *' i>
Till HSDA1 Spiced. ham macaroni 4 cheewmixed Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. Hewett's f
xriirmbli, pour half peanut boiler cookie. daughter, Renee. 4 t I 3w I l ,1,
hot rolls milk A-la-carte-.Hamburgers.' The Easter hunt ilifKti.
held inside
i.h..bu'a.T.. pl.... French fries. milkshake egg '
of the classroom because of the .
rHIIM% chicken rainy
pot i DIM' garden Milad
coconut irumh ;fruit Jelio:milk A I la-cane--Pizza.: : weather. John Davis was awarded a .,
tornitnio French fries milkshake prize for finding the most eggs.All the ; 1

activities were enjoyed by all. .
The TMR class will
Airman ,\Williams Mrs. Long's EMR class to the Bradford it'
Awarded ('o dudJ..dal: :
OXFORD, Square and then to Wendy's on
C. England-Senior Airman Friday, May 11, for lunch. The class (is ,
Amy Williams daughter of Mrs. looking forward to this with ;
day much PANTRY PRIDE .
James H. Blalock of 902 Butler Road enthusiasm. :. PANTRY PRIDE ..
Starke has been awarded the Air HOMESnI.E
Force Good Conduct Medal of ex- Menu CUT OR FRENCH ''OR SANDWICH MOTTS 44osw

emplary conduct while in active MONDAY April:I4-1S Hamburger an bun. )lettuce. lomalo GREEN BEANS BREAD : 17' ,
military service of the United States 4 pickle. French fries, banana pudding milk ... : APPLESAUCE 9M "
here at RAF Upper Heyford TUESDAY: Meal loaf mashed polauee. grain \Y i'I
Urns bean. fruit salad chosed rolls. milk. I '
Airman Williams is a 1975 graduate S : 99
SAVE 90z
WEDNESDAY Fried chicken.mashed potatoes'' .3LOIA60vzESS''OO'
of Bradford High School, Starke. a gravy buttered green pass. Jolla w urawberriea 18' 3 FROZEN 1OO
Her husband. Daniel is the son of hot roll' milk.THURSDAY' -
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Williams of .i.a. broccoli. peanut cup. apt, 1 PANTa,nl1Dm 1Ot.ROOUCH '
687 Kenwere plesauce yellow cake w chocolate icing. milk.; "VV l.-.TatatxTaN son+. 01'3 s RAW Ir.'asW.OiQUU ,
Loop, MacDill Air Force FRIDAY. Tads. .,.t1anY English "" $100 '
later too greea Glazed .A '
Donuts. .69. r
Base Fla. peaches, milk Dove Detergent ,8" ;
,,, .,, ,
..AVI HP.If I U lOAVn. OCX WHITf Olympic Meal BreadPAKTVTIMt .,.. ILtatl '

NOTICIOf Chamber. County Cour- after. March 13.. Meg;. Dough Bread. . ..-15", : pplan Wa) Pizza.\.:., 69 S .;
PUUIC HEADING during. normal! business,., !
Mouse North Temple Angel 1 Food CakeIMXOHIUCArcMCMXXIUTJ 99.- .
Nolle )I. hereby glvon Avenue. I....... Florida. hours at tvie following.. .AV117*.7 aSw IUPUMI LOW ATTOI MUM i .aum PANTRY.IOI I
that a public .hawing. will locations: Mrs.' Pauls Fish. 99' .
The purpose of the < '. .. ..10 Ass't..Sodas . a'79. ,.
k* hold' by the Slat of hearing. will be ta Florida State Prison GoldenTopbohuts.994, :,,: :J

Florida concerning the receive comment from Administration 'SulWlog.;' '.....1... .....D pvmtv. ,.,ptmcH i t

201 nee Plan Wcwtowratw for the Florida foclll- the elected public aJtamatlva on. the for State County Hood'. Office, ,. Mrs. Pauls Clams. 99 4 Stix Br eadsZAt; ;? $1..09. iVli-h-VlAllCD.11, s .. ....,'79.. ''f''

Slat Prison Complex treatment and disposalof Bradford County: CourIhouM ;
(Florida State 'd_; xostewoter In the FSP North Temple ..
Union Correctional In- Complex 201 Naming. Avenue Steeps, Florida.County '
Ktuttan and wrroun Area and on the environPJMfttof -'. dark'. Offtca.' PANTttV PBS1DE ; 30
ding State-owned. .....) ..MMfltsWlt of Union County Cour-'. VEGETABLE _
within Bradford. and this OHOTlM'NVtt' Ofl _' "--oM SO"Main Strs.,. I 1 FOLGERS FOLGEltS ,
Union Count.., The .Hired by me NationalEnvironmental take ......... Florlday .INSTANT' II IRKED 'j 2/
.hearing atltlle the Policy The FSP Campion 301tacflrnea 1 COFFEE II COFFEE j '
requirement of Public Act Coo rill eta will Plan to katng I ,
law 92-900! Thin 40. Part be. RjfsMQMVVQ foe the prooad. funded 100% ky me' 1 1 a"se 1J"BAG I 44+1F
falI real
M.VI7.S. ,... hearing ( The public la urged state of Fiorido tar the I 1
will be. hid. OIl ......" to ......... Ihp.."nant9toflRa ail eo.- .., 'tMtft COUPON '....
April 14. 180. of 7:00 A copy of me completed Jar BT..SSsTsalSSSsaHsBSfaa .L-JSiH:: J LJlrZ: _=_'".J
p.etNs tna B......,.. draft Facilities .. KM/zB-axM.., -

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II Commission Okays Cable TV Installation In New Boat Ramp May Be Built On L. Santa Fe II

Bradford County may get a brand approved Monday, April 7, by the $30,000 for ramps and other facilities
Area Surrounding Keystone > HeightsAfter new boat ramp and other facilities on Bradford County Commission. on county-owned property. An ardent
..... ..... Ita public access property at Lake Susan Elder of the NCFRP appeared fisherman himself, Gaines immediately -
Santa Fe thanks to a grant application here Monday to request the swung into action and set
a month's study, the Bradford cbiae for Clay County and Keystone Attorney Hardy to Investigate.Chairman mailed April 3 to the State Commission adopt a resolution granting the ball rolling in cooperation with
( County Commission has cleared the Heights, and has a permit agreementwith Dave Shuford Indicated then that Department of Natural Resource the planning council permission members of the Bradford
way fora Palatka cable TV company Putnam County to operate In the the board might consider allowing (DNR). to application with the Department Bassmasters and a representative of
!toinstall lines in the southeastern Palatka area. cables to be run Into the county for A resolution authorizing the North of Natural Resources for a the county commission. Jim Ward, of
,, 'part of the county around Keystone residents near Keystone Heights but Central Florida Regional planning $58,782lP'8nt to build two boat ramps, Lake City, the county's part-time
-Helghta. The Bradford portion of the project stressed the commission does not Council (NCFRPC) to apply for a a playground, picnic area, pavUlion, engineer,was called upon to draw up
Acting Monday, April 7, BradfordCommissioners was taken under advisement by the want to get into a county-wide franchise $58,782 grant from the Florida and rest rooms at Little Lake Santa final plans and specifications, which
i instructed county at- commission at its March 3 meeting.The agreement before much further Department of Natural Resources for Fe. ,DNR will, make grants up to will include picnic tables and cooking
board turned the matter over to study of the ramifications. two boat ramps and other Items was $50.000 with over that on a 50-60 matching facilities.If .
Plantation basis= Elder explained.She said the grant Is obtained, the new
no objection to that firm obtaining a the application calls for tM,281lrom ramp will be constructed next to the
special permit to Install cable TV in the state and $4,381 from Bradford present ramp,which will be retained,
'the' Keystone Heights area of the Clay Area Lake Residents Want Muffler LawA County. and a hard-surfaced approach to the
! county. The resolution was unanimously ap- ramps will be constructed.
s.. Jim Smiley, district manager of the proved by the board. Gaines thinks the county has a good .
'cable TV firm, appeared before the determined group of some 40 property boats, including the sheriffs office Issue, residents of Black Creek and County toning director L.M.Gaines chance to obtain the grant since no
commission for the second straight owners on six Clay County lakes patrol boat, could not comply with It several lakes brought up other said he received an unexpected other county in this area has applied
month to request the permit,which he appeared before the Clay County Wilson said the new changes he proposed undesirable boat activities such as telephone call from DNR describing a yet. and the deadline for filing ap \
> -pointed out is for the area from the Commission Tuesday and voiced opposition muffled all motor boats speeding/ skiing too close to swimmers state grant program providing up to plications. April 10. ,
keystone Heights airport to an area to changing the county's pre- to be a reasonable man- and fishermen, and damage to ,
:, ,on SR-21 In which a developer has sent anti-noise boat ordinance unless ner,'.' following one of three methods: shore lines by the wake of high-
asked for cable TV service to be in- the changes would strengthen the ordinance submerging he exhausts of outboard powered boats. These protests were
Over Turn Out For 42nd Annual !
cluded. rather than weaken It. motors, muffling inboard motors by cut short however, by commissioners 4,000
a, Construction of the cable TV operation Up to now the proposed new ordinance water Injection, and requiring running two hours behind I
started last month. The system Is has not been made public,but silencer baffles, or by requiring In- their scheduled agenda, and anxiousto -
expected to be in service by July.The Commissioner Dale Wilson, who has board motors having more than six depart for a museum tour and luncheon Meeting of Clay Co-Operative ;;
cables will be buried In road rights-of- been helping frame the new regulations feet of exhaust pipe to have additional date.A (
,way, instead of renting space on poles said the revised ordinance is mufflers. Somed types of boats can- An estimated 4,200 persons showed a nationally known gospel group, the i i'Cathedral
which Smiley indicated Is very expen- designed to be more enforceable than not be equipped with underwater ex- full-scale hearing on tne boat up on Thursday March 27, for the Quartet"; several < '
sive. the present ordinance which he said hausts, Wilson said, but all can have noise Issue Is set for 7:30 p.m. Tues- round of events scheduled at the 42nd business exhibits and demonstrations -
"'Plantation Cable TV has the fran- was impracticable because some some kind of muffler. day, May 27. The matter of speed, annual meeting of the Clay Electric ; a free fried chicken lunch and a .I
i Wilson said In the pre- recklessness and other complaints Cooperative in Keystone Heights, prize drawing.
.: sent anti-noise ordnance is un- against boats was left up in the air, reported company spokesman. Awards were also given out to the
Democratic Committee.1 Fill Organize TonightWestern constitutional. Commissioner Hank however, with the commission's at- Director of Public Relations A.E. following employees for working/ at
Bruning, who resides In the lake torney, William Wilkes, saysing the "Bud" Anthony said the turnout at the co-op between 25 and 30 years:
:The Bradford County Democratic Steer Steak House. New officers district, said, "Let's let the courts Department of ,Environmental the meeting this year, although William B. "Billy" Stanley receivedan
' Executive Committee will meet at 7 will be elected at this time and decide that. Regulation has jurisdiction over these hampered by cool and wet weather, award for 35 years of service;
p.m. tonight (Thursday) ad the committee appointments made. The Although Tuesday's meeting was matters and the county Is without was larger than the meeting held last employees with 30 years of service
; meeting is open to the public. not a formal public hearing! on the authority to regulate them. year. The chilly and rainy day did were Martha S. Tyre, Rufus Jordan,
keep many persons away, however, Kenneth Clyatt and Robert 'W.
he Bald. Williams. Employees with"" M! years nf
E -The co-op grounds did begin to get service ; e-;: Fay McCormick,
crowded shortly before the scheduled Johnny Chapman, Leon E. Sauls,
free luncheon. Anthony said approx- John J. Law, Otis E. Brewer, RobertM.
IT'S EASY imately 1,100 chickens were cooked McRae, Meed C. Lewis, James W.
FOR YOU TO by Clay Electric employees, who Hutchins, James H. McGuire and
IiERE'S HOW- bud OWN r started work before dawn, to feed an Lollie L. Law. .
CiNikwareSAHARA I ware .t this beautiful' caDi. estimated 4,400 persons.
+ time oral) Sreat savings'one piece at, The cost of the entire meeting, he Civil Suit Settled
al estimated
' : said was at $5,972.
with the Feature of Ihe" S."ve even more Primary purpose of the meeting, With Insurance
DESIGN '.ns Anthony said was for the election of Payments

' until'June 25, A three coop members to fill a three- J
I FIATUII O' IHI WIIK SAVINGS year post on the Board of Trustees. A civil suit filed against the hospital
Np torEAiUNk Start your Set today All three members ran unopposed for and sheriff's department has been
' w" IT.M ....c, vale' their districts. settled out of court by respective in-
r Ear O'FRVINQSO/* OOUI..., ww a.. ;, n" I QT. COVLKLUSAUCE e Incumbents Ray Wlngate/ of surance companies of the two defen-

r uo 1Oa/riuci.::o u.a .... FEATURE Keystone Heights,District 1,received dants, hospital administrator Dave
, ; ; : 1,054 votes and Angus Hastings of told the trustees. The suit
"u.'u Libby was
.0 0"0.'" u. : Fort McCoy,District 9, received 1,034 brought by Harold Hodge of Starke,
J ;. ; OF THE J.K. 423 / .I has served six I
awss I PANTRY PRIDEJ.N votes. Wingate yearsas who was taken to the jail as a Meyer'sAct
J h.. I. aoualler CAMPBELLS i i WHOLEKERNELi i a trustee and Hastings, the current case by deputies when found lying
u. ie"
.. fRYINUPAN' WEEK II president of the board, has served 19 next tgo US-301 just north of Starke city
.... ..uc,.'..0 .,." .... I TOMATO SOUPttlltlllttHI I I I I CORN II years. Newcomer C.M. Smith Jr., limits on Sept. 23, 1m.

i .co..o'....NO'.' sow $ I O'.C4N I I I received 989 votes. Smith Is the Libby said =it is his understandingthat

..... 599 --- I .. I I .... ...IN law VAC,IM Ax IX .". ....1 nephew of C.M. Smith, who retired Hodge received from the
1 DUT OVgMAlitT ""V. I : .N,1.NIM"Ii111N:: ,,: N 1..vIrvX,: :1:,;*IY.11-<*::Ht; .\HIHtttlli:1'N.11114:::1"I 11* I :::yp"\ ":MINX'IINM, 'I'L,:, NIrvM:II.IM1'IN:;: : :1 I.I1M:1\111114.: ,1'Ii"'\ '"' I after more than 39 years on the coGp'a insurance company representing the
i u. L______________! I._________ .J Board of Trustees.The hospital and JI5.000 from the In-
voting, which began shortly surance company representing the
111 M 1 a 1 H0.' 11111111! I HI H*. UH HI IMH1 N/11 \t H I 11. IMMO UtANlllt Hlt.HI HI SI HVM. after the meeting started, was com- sheriff's department

pleted by 7 p.m.A At first it was reported to the
if SLICED QUARTER 3 TO 5 LB AVG. meeting Is held each year at the highway patrol that a man had been
co-op for Clay Electric members to run over on US-301.. But after a
PORK vote for. three Board of Trustees trooper was dispatched the Bradford
$118 PORK members. There are nine members County jail was notified that the man
LOIN on the board whose terms expire had not been run over. .
.,MI """ .. .. .. .., every three years.< .. The rescue .service{ ; from the
LB" .P.
!"1'rr 'SAVE 40'A : Besides voting for trustees, the coop hospital, and two deptuties were sent -

had special guest speaker U.S. to where Hodge was lying on the side y'I
Rep. Bill Chappell,D-Fla,of Ocala.In of the road near the hIghway. The L
addition, there was entertainment by rescue unit attendants returned to the }

BONELESS = hospital without taking Hodge to the ,t
;, ,-
ROUND o Williams Elected hospital.Records show Hodge was

$198 Chairman of Trustees transported by patrol car and booked
! STEAK into the county jail as a Meyer's Act
Vice-chairman Dan Williams was case.
SAVE 50' A LB FYNE TASTE CHECK THESE elected chairman of the board of The next day Hodge was taken to I
! ILfl PKO. trustees for the next year, succeeding Shands Teaching Hospital where he
HYGRADE SLICEDBOLOGNA "AW M>.!> MUTPlumper George Shuford who did not seeK was hospitalized for some time.

12oi PKG. J19 ners 99 another term as chairman. Williams
- HOT MVI 3v.a IB wnvi PARKAV received three votes, Curtis Sanders
iC and Lucille Green each received one )1:
: lw
78 Vegetable Spread. vote. Local Doctor Retains '
DOGS MVI 4ra..C\O'.oo"! AU VAMDH
SMOKED PER POUND Chese..314'SAVE2O' Sanders was elected vice- Membership in AAFP
:. Cottage chairman, getting three votes, with
PORK uvi vuirtmicfD Joseph Stephenson and Shuford each KANSAS CITY, MO.-Dr. S. Sarn-
59 ok dH7 tin randnt has completed continuing/
NECK BONES . 138MVIJ receiving one vote.
; education to retain -
CAROLINA PRIDE ..,M FIG.mourn mm Lucille Green was re-elected requirements
1 PER POUND third membership in the American
for the
LIVERSAUSAGE HOOD OR TROPICANA HALF GALLON Roll. Sausage . .68' straight year. She received three Academy of Family Physicians, the
:i I 58.10 PORE FLORIDA CARTON MVI4V iKuNG.MNTwraMjurt' votes to Shuford's two.Shuford national assoclatlonof family doctors.
ORANGEJUICE Lunch Meat. . 158IAVIir0IM said it was time for him to The requirements call for membersto ,
99* nCorned relinquish the chair after serving the complete a minimum of 150 hours
SAVE 20' A LB Beef Bris et. ..*F' last two years in the post. He said the of accredited continuing medical I
hospital has come a long way under study every three years. Members

rRESHPOKK ,. ... ... .. strcfct*. : the leadership of the Methodist become eligible for re-election at the
f Hospital Foundation Inc. and "we end of the third year following their
SPARE GROUND BEEF BREAKFAST still have a long way to go." election to membership.


Monday, April 7, all Southside fifth office in Jacksonville. We care about I r
grade students went by school bus to wildlife here at Southside
the Bradford High School auditoriumto The library has their Easter Egg
attend a performance by the Tree on display. The eggs are
Gainesville Youth Orchestra.Mrs. decorated as animals, people, birds
Verna Schmidt's first graders or with designs by the children and
'Beauty e/Hds/ have had two guests In connectionwith the staff.These are saved and packed I
their career awareness ac away each year to be used again.
tivities. Mrs. Wanda Norman public Children may bring decorated eggs to
health nurse who serves South lde, display and take them home In time
U.S. NO. I FRESH spoke to the class and answered their for Easter: "1
FLORIDASTRAWBERRIES PANTRY PRIDE many questions concerning the field Mrs. Beaulah Lennon; Southslde 'y
BAKINGPOTATO of medicine with special emphasis on Elementary School Kindergarten I
\' | TOOTHPASTE nursing. Mr. Larry Brown of the Pittsburgh -. teacher, and Mrs. Sarah Morris,. '
". ] REDULAl1FWORlee Steelers talked with the classon leaders of Brownie Troop 325 com-
x his recent visit to Starke.. The pleted an Easter project by an ex-
ct $149 children were surprised with his advice perimental work In dying Easter eggs
18 (:
10 1 NTS, '7oz TUBE '69 to those who aspire to the professional with onion skins. This Natural dye' "
: LB BAG' GreenPICabbage football players or to engage In makes a beautiful and fully edible
: I.'' < .,. .ulO any professional sports. He said that result. With the help of Ms.Jo Ann
SAVE 20 sAVS+'. n. *" SAVE 30* practice is important but it Is even Tyson, Southside teacher; they made
=.; Florida Celery -.nM.29 more essential to study hard and get baskets, one of which was taken to
vmsH I sAws.onlan good grades in school so that the student -' Mrs.A. Randolph their adopted troop'parent.
I-Honda Grapefruit.. ., _., ,6ros4 ..vo..wn""Mio8<4
: 3/99 to Most Mr basket was
I iUvf...MnMV MCHACf O .is49* Toothbrushes ,.'. can go on college. professional Randolph's
I?Maw; Sala.. .'.'T' ..,. .PIG.494( Golden Apples. ,4 uwr.s.nRed players are college graduates.Mr. filled with cookies and candy as well
I. MVI r. ''I $13' Brown also took time to answer as the dyed eggs. Singing Easter
Radishes i . .. . . .. ( CrispCarrots': .1. t3iAcs49* Signal Mouthwash. the class's many questions and signautographs. tongs ana a prayer.completed their,
I1AVI w.t! 111Ar I E.V] '... -
ss: IAVI tr.tmvt.UCAMHI M 'frh.--OII-. < One student asked Mm to meeting on March 31. -
1--Sno-WhiteMushrooms..iP MVI*.U*NO.I e Romaine Lettuce 295MVI Ri t Guard(DI OOIIAHYf...,.. 1"thef sign it so he could read It In MENU: (Written by Mn..' ruen'. ."
::, Potatoes, .. _. .. ro . .u9 W.HUM to o.l'ICG.- iAvite''it**m.01'"row manuscript the first time he ever 4th and 5th Grade Class,:"' '
.MVI +..MCV $ Head & Shoulders. $1 9' had that Monday, April 14 .. hamburger'on'
= if.Lemons. .. . .. .<. .12f01794 Sweet Pineapple. ..,Mfk. 159 predates the lime these busyp.oapl bun lettuce and tomato,,potato.. tots
.1 spent with them and the valuable peaches milk. .

formation they received. Tuesday, April IS chicken .salad.
The boys and girls have been M enthusiastic saltines, mixed, vegetables' ,' Jello
,'about supporting our efforts w/fruit, cinnamon roll milk
E 4. to halt the killing of baby harp Wednesday. April.
E rs seals,,whales and porpoises that we beans buttered rice, 1/2 turkey sand-
are writing and signing another letter wich, candled sweet potatoes, purple
this week to help preserve the Florida plums milk.Thursday:. "
Manatee. On'' our' display table. we 'April 17- baked turkey f
have a large color print of the dressing w;gravy, cranberry sauce,'

__ Manatee, ana 'several pictures, article buttered green peas,.pumpkin. pie,hot
*; and brochures explaining the roll*, milk.
endangered status of the shy mam Friday, April 18-pJua;carrot: stix:,
mal. We are mailing our letter to the garden salad, grapes. strawberries. &
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service area cream,milk. "


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Page lOA TELEGRAPH April 10, 1980

I Hampton Highlights ----, I.I CONSERVATION COMMENTS I I Iby Bradford Middle School News hatb..4'Important

H _
School Bern Smith ed. Plannlng.SCS helps land users Dates. Spelling Bee
Hampton Elementary celebrated Henry's birthday that day. Soil ConservationistThe develop land use plans so that wise 5th 6 weeks Testing Schedule: The annual Bradford Middle School:
Enter Parties Soil Conservation Service use is made of their natural resoucea. Monday, April 14-Physlcal Educa- Spelling Bee was held Tuesday,
Mrs. Noelle! Silk's Kindergarten Hampton Lake (SCS). SCS Is an agency of the U.S. Other services Include: Information tion ft: Language Arta. '1'ue March 25, under the direction of Bill.
Claw enjoyed an Egg Hunt and Partyon Amy Clark celebrated her 13th birthday Department of Agriculture which on pond management and ordering 15-Math and Related Arts. Wednesday Dey, Language Arta teacher. The
Friday at the home of their on April 5. gives technical assistance to individuals fish pond stocking, designing, April Id-Social Studies and Middle School champion for 1980 is .
claumate, Scott Campen. Mrs. Inger Kenny Clark received 1st place groups, cities and towns, supervising Installation, and checking Science. Bobby Holden. Finishing second was
Campen,hla mother,provided plastic awards for his woodworking entires and county and state governments in and certifying performance of Thursday,April 24-Reportcardsgo Jay Rodgers and, third was Pam,' -
eggs filled with goodies and toys for at Bradford County Fair. reducing the costly waste of land and certain ACP cost-snaring practices.SCS home for 5th e weeks. Ellis.Judges for the event were Principal '
the hunt.She alao treated the childrento Sheffield was happy to water resources and in putting to services are available in Brad' Tuesday.April 29-Student-Faculty: Dewey McKinney, Director oft ,
decorated cup cakes and punch. receive 1st prize on his 218 Ib. Durochog good use these valuable assets.The ford County through the Bradford Soil Talent Show sponsored by Jr. Beta Operations, Leonard Register, and "
Mrs. Marjorie McClellan accompanied at the Fair. He is also glad this objective is use and conservation and Water Conservation District Club. Two performances, one at 12:45: retired educator Jane Trawick. Bob- "
the class to the party. animal was sold to Columbia treatment of the land in harmony with (SWCD). Jim Faulkner serves as during school day and the other at by and Jay will represent BMS In the \.:
Mrs. Blonnle Derkman and her coworkers Livestock Co. of Lake City at $1 per its capability and needs. chairman, Royce Joyner as' vice 7:30: p.m. Prices of admission for Bradford County Spelling Bee on ,
decorated cupcakes for a pound. SCS's technical staff analyzes chairman, and Greg Alvarez as the afternoon 29 '. Evening performance April I at 10 a.m. in the School BoardRoom
delicious addition to their Friday John Pollard, a Seminarian of St resource problems and suggests safe secretary-treasurer.: These super- one dollar. All proceeds to go to .
lunch. Vincent de Paul Seminary in Boynton uses and treatment. The SCS staff in visors set the priorities for SCS on the, ,Cancer Society.Both performances In Menu: ; f
Individual classes enjoyed cakes, Beach, visited the Francis Meng Bradford (and Clay) County include: kinds of assistance and amounts of Bradford Middle School gym. MONDAY'Cerate**. beJIca keaaa, cole apm. ; ,
candies and other refreshments provided family on Saturday. Frank Turner, the District Conservationist time to be spent working on them in cbaaiaM ntl aeacliM.. milk.
by teachers and parents on Fri- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng entertained O'Dee Owens, Soil Conservation Bradford County. Faculty-Student Volleyball Game TUESDAY Seaikcttlmi..l lance, eaacaaalta.
day to add to the Easter celebrations.The family members for Easter. Technician: ,and Bern Smith, Soil The Bradford SWCD supervisorshold The annual faculty-student WEDNESDAY. freee aaaaa,apple Caaeekvrlere slap Preach en baa relic FrenchMM milk,.
children enjoyed making Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges and Conservationist.Some monthly meetings to determine volleyball game was played Thursday -, .kkukeya,....emwberrjr. .shortcake, milk. '
decorated pictures, baskets and other Aimee enjoyed Easter dinner at the of the services available In- the County's conservation needs.The ,' April 3. The faculty THURSDAY, Macaroni at ekeeie. ipkee hamuereri .
Easter novelties. home of their daughter and family clude: Soil surveys and aerial meetings are open to the public and "Super-Spikers" led by Frank Ab- leas saMwkk.kel.nUt.., mill.great_ _'. carrot. tUx rratt '
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan and photographs with information of the your participation Is invited. They are dulla and James Peronto staged a FRIDAY Bar-b.esed park on bun. buttered"
Blke-A-Thon Renae. potentials and limitations of the dif- held on the second Monday of each comeback to win the contest 3 gamesto sly sreea lime_....pear ball,milk. ,
The name of Kim Smith was omitted ferent soils on a site, information month at 7:30 PM In the Bradford 2. Games scores were:
by mistake from the list of school Hampton Christian Academy about the safe uses, adapted crops County Agricultural Center (Fair Game 1-Students IS, Faculty 11. .
children participating in the recent Honor Roll Students for third and conservation measures suitable Grounds) in Starke.The next meetingwill Game 2-Faculty is,Students 4. Game Baptist
Bike-A-Thon held in Starke. Kim successfully quarter: for each soil type. Technical be Monday evening, A Service 3-Students 15, Faculty 10. Game Gospel Sing Set ....
rode 18 miles that day! Melissa Brown, Charles Casner Assistance In design,layout, and con- The Soil Conservation office 4-Faculty IS, Students 12. Game 12 Beulah "
John Flood, Marie Love, Christi!! struction checks on drainage is also located in the Bradford Ag 5-Faculty IS, Students 10. Church Saturday Highway, April 21 Just off State Baptist Rd.. ,:'.
Spelling Bee Morgan, Bea Smith, Bobby Contois, systems, waste management Center. The office is manned from 8 to The game was seen by the student -
will host featuring
Ie a Gospel Sing ,
Alan Rogers and Marie Innocent Joe Kirkland, Charlie Lane, Donnie systems, and irrigation systems so 9 AM. Assistance may be requestedby body who each paid a 10' admission from Live Oak .
went with their tether. Mrs. Carole Smith, Jay Smith, Jenny Sullivan, that erosion and pollution is minimlz-: calling 964-6280 ext. 289. price with all proceeds going to the and the Salvation the Weeks Singers family featuring '. ,.
Stevenson and Principal Connie Clark Sophia Sullivan, DeWitt Wise, Luke March of Dimes. Over $63 was col- Trade Lynn Rhoden.
for participation In the Countywide Paul Chase T.J. Orton and lected. The 3-year-old
Morgan, SFCC Registration Under Way Now game was planned and Singing starts at 7:30: p.m.
Bee held In Starke on Tues- coordinated
Spelling Dwain Thompson. by Coach George Loper Everyone Is invited to attend.

day.Marie The Starke office of Santa Fe Com tlons, decimals, and percent. and the Physical Education Depart- .
who from Haiti and is
came Menu April 14-18 ment.
still catching up on English words MONDAY: Hamburger on bun lettuce: .tomaloei munity College, located at Bradford Brooker School -;:
misspelled the word 'television' andhopes pickle, French rim, applesauce ginger cake, High School, is presently registering Regular credit courses include ,
milk students for the Spring Term which Religion In America, Principles of Card of ThanksOur Menu April 14-IS. '
to do better in next years' Bee. :
TUESDAY' Chicken rice buttered green MONDAY: Ccrndoga. buttered corn cabbage.:,::
runs from April 29 to June 18.
Alan persevered until the word peat carrot illx,strawberry shortcake hot rollt Physical Science, Introduction to alaw M orange, peanut butter cookie. ,milk .
Two special developmental coursesare and heartfelt thanks to all who ex- TUESDAY .
'Incredulous' came Hampton Philosophy Introductory : Turkey salad green peal or pinto
up. milkWEDNESDAY, Pork In gravy ma hedpotaloea being offered this term. A coursein Sociology. tended comforting sympathy and helpin beam,w/itrawbnrlca, hot rolls milk. ,
Elementary is happy that he came lima beans, run blantlu. WEDNESDAY: Brown beef mashed ., ;
green cup Basic Writing Skills (ENC 1013)) recent For the potato*
our sorrow. beam, ; :: ;"
out as the 1st runner up milk (raen carrot atix..
THURSDAY Spaghetti w meal woes garden teaches the student to write a well The SFCC Starke office in Bradford beautiful service, floral offer and THURSDAY Itbealcnckh .
New Students salad green beam apple crisp. French bread developed paragraph In standard High School open from 8 a.m. to 4 other kindnesses, we IHs fruit cup,milk: ,'
mIlk English. A course In Basic Math Skills p.m. For information, please phone grateful. FRIDAYPeanut butler Jelly sandwich, I',
Mark Boatright was welcomed to FRIDAY Joe on bun, cabbage salad deviled egg macaroni tomatoes, _
: Sloppy (MAT 1002)) includes work in frac green peas .
the 3rd grade on Tuesday. His sister, peaches,potato chips,cookie. ,milk 964-5382. Family of A very C.Dennison _--dmllll, .' :.(
Michelle. Is a Kindergartener and his
sister,Alicia, is in the 5th grade. They .

are Elementary.former students of Starke We're Sick of Inf laf iontoo! Eckerd Freezes Prices :T;:




Easter Egg Hunt
Area children were treated to an
: ::
Easter Egg Hunt and party Saturdayby ';,i t
members of the Area VolunteerFire '
Department and friends. Polly
Woods and Karl Phillips were win- .' kARIUDiARRID ,
ners in the egg hunt participated In by Wilkinson e" _
some 40 children at the old school
grounds. Following the hunt children
were treated to cup cakes and punch.
Eggs were furnished by Pinebreeze t
Egg Company of Melrose. Among l u
those assisting in coloring eggs, ar-
ranging the party and furnishing lBlJ!
refreshments were Mrs. Lola

Williamson, Mrs. Mabel McCullough! ,
Mrs. Elna Phillips, Mrs. Myrtice
Green Mrs. Marcia Hardenbrook,
'"' ar" -- --. -"'

Sincere sympathy is extended to the I Stainless .8-oz, plus 5-oz. taste treat the
family and friends of A very C. (Buck) OF .. double i / ... REQ. 59- whole family
Dennison who died April 1 at Alachua 29 ... edge 89"" LIMIT 1 69''ttr.8oz.aero277'Ii'' LIMIT 2 9ge will enjoy 13-oz. ..

General ths confinement Hospital there.following two mon- 5 Limit 1 bag LIMIT,REQ.1 $1.29 '

Mr. Dennison will be rememberedfor
his many years of service on the
City Council and Volunteer Fire ,
Department as well as for his Interest ,
and assistance in community affairs.
Easter CelebrationsMr.
and Mrs. Gerald Adkins ZORRIES \ COLD WATER WASH

celebrated their 5th Wedding An- CONTAC -.4.. Thong type sandal> 16-oz. size bottle.
niversary on April 2 by dining at the COLD CAPSULES 12HOUB .... Men's ladles' & For all your fine
Starke Western Steer Steak House. Pack of cOtORFUIF chlldrens sizes. \ \ washables.
On Easter family members joined 1f\9 cold symptoms. REQ. 89' i \ REG. $1.99 LIMIT 1 _
them at their home for another LIMIT 1 CONTA
celebration. These included Mr. and 133 -
Mrs. Emory Prevatt, Sr. of Starke, MEN'S&LADIES' ( t
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith of Jackson- ATHLETIC SHORTS !!!
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Richard of TOOTHPASTE _
Easy care fabric, -- -
Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy assorted colors
Padgett, Jr. of Starke. They all enjoyed 7uMzTtuibe-2type- 199 sizes. REQ.! $2.99 GILLETTESUPER
the good food and reminiscing ago CRICKET
Among those enjoying Easter din- 1l 6r
ner with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry LIGHTER .
Wadsworth and family were Mr. and HARDSIDE <
Mrs. Joe Sullivan of Waldo, Mrs. MYLANTA LUGGAGE Hundredsof dependable lights, ?t
Hazel Griffis and family of Starke, ANTACID Mfltaata Attractively styled with vinyl "' adjustable Name. Disposable.REQ. .
99 LIMIT 1
Marjorie Douglas of Waldo Gordon _- CO 12-02 liquid.low r covering comfort handle. .......
Wadsworth of Hampton and Eva Lou r 1 O57 sodium. LIMIT 1 Choose pecan or gold. t. t-.
Weisner of Waldo. O '12-INCH 21-INCH 28-INCH 77
Steven Earnest of Jacksonville ..
spent the Easter weekend with hisparents 999 1399 1899' I jp ;
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Col- NIGHT OF OLAY :

lins.Clarence / BEAUTYCREAM REQ.$11.99 REG.$18.99 REQ.$22.99 : : .","
(Bucky) Melton of Ft. PERMABONDADHESIVE .:::
Stewart, Ga., spent the weekend with n n 2-oz.jar, moisturizing f _ _

Melton.his family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 3 face cream. LIMIT 1 J ( 5-SHELF J l Pe.manenUybondsmostaur. h __;_.,

.+. ,, CORNER faces In seconds. REQ. $1.59 ::-.

Home CongratulationsBilly celebrated his 9th birth- ECKERD r"d ETAGERE' 5

day April with a family party. BUBBLE BATH :: IQQ 15"x1S'x64V4". 88C _
: -:1
Sturdy plastic In
32-oz bottle as-
Fair Awards sorted fragrances. assorted colors. -.. ,
Mrs. Joan Mowry was among those 8ge LIMIT 1 REQ $1999SNACK'N
happy with prizes received: from entries LARGEBULKSPONGES
in the Bradford County Fair last e
week. In addition to the Sweepstakes '
prize Joan won for her needlework, TABLE Large, all purpose synthetic
she also came home with six blue rib SOFF PUFFS tttt I JtI OurableplasUccon- fiY\- \ sponges. 3 sizes. REQ. 49
bons. Pack of 100 cosmetic structlonbright colors '.
Among others wining prizes from 59- puffs LIMIT 1 f' Compactforstorage. : 3/-JIOO -
this area were Lynn and Doll Waters REG. $1.99 i

for food entries, Dorothy, Deborah FOR ISPRAY
and Darla Roberts for food entries,
Lou and Tammy Peeples for ;
food and needlework entries. .'
Two 5-oz packs, :
VisitorsMr. mmf j iaVQ D Assorted subjects, Assorted colorolnaerosol89c ,-:
and Mrs. Harold Wragg of St. / CalCjIV f 2 LIMIT fragrances.y 2 Jew %* O O extra wide frame with, can. REQ$1,78 .. :
Petersburg spent three days recently :? Mr.i I 1& glass.12" x 16"size. : i
with their daughter and family. Mr. 855Y' ? :
and Mrs. Michael Brunetti, Mike and. REQ. $10.99 _ 99 ::.01

Clifford. 4-LB.BOX a 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mowry and EPSOM SALT TV or AUDIO -
family of Jacksonville and Debbie
Mowry of Gainesville spent Easter Granulated laxative. t STAND' 5-SECTION ;' T .,4fIIIiIII
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Richard LIMIT 1 ''Hickory grain finish, ; ,J)
Mowry and family. They also easy to assemble, NOTEBOOK .
| 'on rollers. 200 lined sheets. 10V,x" .
REQ $29 99 B-lncrtes.<< REQ. $2.59 \

ChurchM. 3.3-02.,superfatted t
Baptist 49 for dry skin.LIMIT 1 r IBB 129-
D. Medeiros Pastor _
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Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m., !; _.! .
Worship It a.m., Evening Worship,
7-30 p.m.'Wednesdays ,
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LAWTEY NEWSBy _............. 1 1.---. .._..../edlet lllll C-c_-....-....----l I

etc. Contact the minister for further Personals: attended church services at First Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr., and
Elisabeth Terry, phone 782-3300.: Sweets were served by the ladies information. Top priority will be the Miss Elizabeth Terry went to Dr Baptist Church on Sunday morning. family, on Thursday afternoon. \
Church Activities: afterward for the Fellowship time. electrical wiring Quick in Gainesville on Monday morning -. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and Mrs Johnny Jenkins, of HUllard
Evergreen BaptlstThe church enjoyed The magnificent Easter Lilies, In and he gave her a good report. family ,of Jacksonville Beach and came and visited her mother, Mrs. :
an Easter Egg hunt on Sunday. the church were a gift from Mr. and Special Bible' Study at ,the par- She stayed with her sister Mrs. C.E. their mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch, of O.J. Anders, on Saturday. Mrs.
afternoon. Mrs Mark'' Olin and Mr. and Mrs. conage every Friday evening at 7:30 Strickland until Thursday morning. Blackshear, Ga., were Thursday supper Anders returned home with her and !
Norman Conti. Arthurine Blanchard p.m. The theme being "The King's She Is improving slowly.) Their cousin sister, Miss will spend a few days with her. j.
Grace United Methodist Easter always provides the Lord's House Church". Goal -Growth! Kenneth Jones, visited them on Elizabeth Terryher Mrs. Maines Griffis and children,of r

was especially meaningful this year with a different type of flower arrangement Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Sidney Hansen and Miss Ar Palatka, were Sunday dinner guests1 )
note to Stout Ladies.We will
for us. The Sunrise Service was bless- each Sunday. Special thurine Blanchard visited her sister, of her mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson,
ed by special music with the playing be meeting every Monday evening at Joyce Bennett of Tn -State Miss Enza Blanchard,at Baker Coun- sister Mrs. Daisy Boch, and niece
of "in the Garden" by Claude Work 'Pay 7:30: p.m. for Physical Fitness. Come Children Home,Brlstoi,Tenn.,spenta ty Nursing Home at Macclenny, on Miss Lynn Whaley. .
Morgan, violin, Lamar Priest,'guitar will 'be this Saturday, prepared to "weigh In" and bring a week here with her sons and their Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Kendall and little Christina Mobley,
Struth April 12. Everyone who can needs to >floor pad for exercise. Everyone who friends. Her sons David and son, Mr.
Coffee and
and.Nancy guitar. and Mrs. Terry Futch and of Macclenny,spent the weekend with.
,brlna'l'akllll", r wheelbarrow, shovels, is Interested is Invited. and Mrs. Dean Bennett and children
Beach visited
family,of Jacksonville their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.Frank ,,
: Cam .
I COMMUNITY NEWSJ" n .........5e .r.was.etdsefr ets45...rserst _.--c ''METHODISTYOUTH Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey Is .spending

sometime with her daughter,! Mrs.! I

by Elisabeth'G.Walker Day May.18. All members are askedto church. Thursday Story Hour at the son Holland,their daughter Mrs.Emma Jacksonville.Mrs.Wyolene Day. and her' son. Keith. in .,
phone M4-C883 cooperate with this activity. church. Friday 8:30 the Junior Choir Evans and her daughter from "
Girl Scout News Church of God In Christ: Each and Junior Usher Board will Hobe Sound and Mrs. Evans daughter Maggie Hodges, of Macclenny -
Troop 352 participated in a Bridging Tuesday' at 6 p.m. Adult Choir rehearse. Saturday 8 p.m. Sunday Lila Evans who is a freshman atten- Sunrise Service spent a week with her son-in-Uvi..-">)
activity Tuesday with Troop 884 at ,reheane Bible Study Tuesday at 7 School teachers will meet. Sunday ding the University of Florida. They The following youth participated in daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' Morris '

their regular meeting In the annex of p.m. Friday at 6 p.m. the choir ,School 9:30,Morning Worship 11 a.m., had an enjoyable visit. the Easter Sunrise Service at the Kelly.Mrs. Fred Moore dinner !
Greater Allen Chapel AME Church. rehearses,and at 7:30: Prayer and dinner 12:30. Deacon Board 5 p.m. Calvary Baptist Church: Prayer First United Methodist Church: of her was a Sunday and j
There were five girls who crossed the Pastoral Teaching. Sunday School .The Youth'will present an Easter skit Meeting each Thursday 7:30. Sunday Kristie Johns,organist; Kevin Miller, guest
bridge to Junior Girl Scouting. 9:30 Morning Worship 11 a.m., during the Home Mission service. School 10 a.m. Preaching service first Jay Eaves, Vickie' Carver, Stacey of daughter Starke., Mr. and Mrs Tom.Casey,

Concerned Citizens Meeting The YPWW 5:30, Evening Worship 7 p.m. Mt. Zion AME Church Sunday and third Sunday at S p.m. Denmark, Scott Polk, Mary Anne and 1
monthly meeting will be held.Thursday Antloch Missionary Baptist School 10 a.m.Communion Service 11 Miller and Chuck Williams. Len Mrs. Shirley Newport,
April 24, in the cafeteria of RJE Church: Each Thursday 7 p.m. aim and 4 p.m. Tuesday Choir No. 1 Eaves, Jason Polk, Todd Denton and daughters, Barbara 'and Susan of .1
Park dinner
at 7:30. All interested citizens and. Prayer Meeting.Saturday 7 p.m.Sun- will rehearse at 7 p.m. Bill Sanders were ushers. Mrs. Marie Orange were Friday
of Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.
members are Invited to attend. day School 9:45. The pastor and con- Flnt Bora Church of the Living Polk accompanied youth director Don guests 1
also visited Rosier
Dell Chapter 168 OES: All membersare gregation will fellowship In worship God: Friday 8:30: Bible Study, 7:30: Denton on the piano In a music They while here. Mrs. Flossie
asked to meet for the monthly activity service at Freewill Baptist Church in Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 special, "Ten Thousand Angels",and
Mr.and Mrs. Carl Norman and
Thursday, April 10, in the Raiford, at 11 a.m. with Rev. Strong a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.YPCW Raiford Gospel the Easter message was brought by with their brother sons and
Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street at preaching. 8pm. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Sing April 12 Don Denton. sister-in-law spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Norman
7:30.: Business of vital Importance. Ebeiener Baptist Church: Dinners Free Canaan True Church of God In The following adults assisted the ,
Bradford County Branch NAACP will be sold from the church kitchen Unity: Monday 7:30: Prayer Band. There will be a Gospel Sing in the youth In preparing and serving the Bennett and family of Seville. and
Mr. and Mrs. Walker
will meet Monday, April 21, In the an- beginning at 12 until. The menu will Tuesday Choir rehearses. Wednesday Civic Center In Raiford on April 12 at pancake breakfast following the morning children Lester dinner
nex of Greater Allen Chapel AME Include chicken, fish and sandwiches.The Tarrying Service. Sunday School 10 7:30: p.m.Featured will be The Gospel service: Carolyn Eaves, Sybil were Sunday guestsof
their and John
Mr. Mrs.
Church at 7:30.: All interested citizens public is Invited. Sunday School a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Even- Sounds from Jacksonville; The Dempsey Dot Denton, Marie and Steele. .parents,, ...
and members are invited to attend. only Sunday. Regular services Sun- Ing Worship 6 p.m. Kingdom-Heirs from Macclenny'; The Glen Polk.Youth
and and
Mr. Mrs.
Clyde Wainwright
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: day April 20. All members are invitedto New Bethel Baptist Church: Waysiders from Jacksonville and The Softball Team children 'and Kim
Van of Lakeland
Deliverance Miracle Revival attend.Mt. Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Service. Master's Singers from Live Oak. The The Methodist youth Softball team of
and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown
Center: Invites everyone to attend Morlah and Pleasant Grove Choir No. 1 will rehearse Saturday 8 Master of Ceremonies will be Joe has got off to a good start by winning ,
Jacksonville weekend of
services beginning with Sunday United Methodist Churches will have p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Brooks. their first two season games againstthe were guests
their mother Mrs. Wilma Wain-
School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship Sunday School only Sunday. Worship 11 a.m. Communion. Service Everyone Is invited to attend. Admission Junior Boys and Hope Baptist. wright. .

11:30: Evening Worship 7:30.: Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap. 5:30.: is free. Youth Director Don Denton and Hodges and Hank and
Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: tint Church: Monday of each week the Coach John Dempsey express their Mark Henry attended Easter sons Huntat
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship Visitors Sponsored by appreciation to those who an Egg
Tiny Tots will meet at 8:30.: Prayer gave so the home of Mr. and Mrs. '
Jerry :
11 a.m. Meeting each Tuesday 7:30.: Wednes- Deacon and Mrs. Tom Hall had as The Fla.&Ga.Gospel generously to support the team. The Glance, of Palatka after-
Plans are being made for Family day 7:30: all circles will meet at the weekend visitors Mr. and Mrs.Ander- Singing Assoc. teams complete uniforms should be There 35 on Saturday
noon. were persons present.
ready in few
a days.
4 TWt
and Mrs Dontie Kell of

.f 'I PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER Gainesville' M;. and Mrs. Dave Kelly J
ECKERD'S FOR and son Justine, of Jacksonville spent j

FILM FREE n and Mrs. George Kelly and daughter
sPRESCRIPTION filmKodacoSoror ltfck.rd-sm.k..
( p.fsn..n..aawinf. Get two rolls ofprlnl SCHRAFFT'S
SERVICE... win nxry roll ol color at on., 1)) a bad prim YOUDONTPAVFOHIT CH OCO Tracey. Other guests for dinner Sunday -
r 'e ai low. low j I or buck ind whit print kUck and 1-ATES were Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Kelly,
t prices! u film developed and whit, wtwn you now Ifyoutakeibed t Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell, Mrs. Pat
printed TODAY your (dim procMMd picture. YOU WITH Hayes and daughter Allison and Miss "
AND KVERVDAV ItpilP" Margaret Smith. During the after-

noon they enjoyed an Easter Egg ,
Hunt. :
Lawtey Little League Association
WOLP ENWIOTH FREE CANOY sponsoring Men's Church Slow Pitch

YOULp PRINTS' WHEN &11::... Softball Tournament Thursday April
UP YOUR : 17, Friday 18 and Saturday 19, at
ORDER PHOTO -.-. ,_'"- Lawtey Elementary Ball Field
-- "Cobie Field".Concession Stand open
I t all games with Fried Chicken Dinner
cleerwa : Saturday only.

JT7/ ....\::: 20-PAGE MAGNETIC Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Caldwell of
.. PHOTO Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.
ALBUM Fleam Starling on Friday afternoon.
I' Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and

167 photos without paper % t their mother Mrs. Ola Starling enjoyed
comers or messy an Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday
glue. REG. $2.59FISHERDRYRDASTEDf. afternoon at the home of her son and
DOW. ._ .RAID' '_ "! ". ,I,. --- .. ..._....--""!' daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Charles L
: and '"
ATHROOM"c dtC3ARDEN Starling family.
AEROSOL Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts spent the ,
CASHEWS CLEANER k weekend with their brother-in-law "

17-oz.aerosol av Kills annoying and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Stanley
7REQ.$2.29LIMITI/, spray.REQ. Q Insects indoors and their mother Mrs. Bessie Watts at
$1.39LIMIT1 IjBk f RE out. 13V-oz.' NORTHERN Crescent City. They attended the Cat
$2.49 Fish Festival while there.
H Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling were

HAIRSETTER C Easter Sunday dinner guests of their
daughter-in-law and grandchildren,
Mist or dry 20 -
sets rollers, ; Mrs. of Starke.
,( Kay
p compact design, Ideal for travel.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and
U.L listed.
NO. 1546 REQ. $22.99 !' -
daughters, of Jacksonville were Sun
REDWOOD day dinner guests of their parents,
32 QUART 11899California Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse Sr. i{
LAWN FURNITURE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and family I.

Redwood slats on lightweight FAMILY I attended a Family Barbecue at the
aluminum frame.Chaise has multi-position home of their brother-in-law and :.
back both fold for storage. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Beten-'
CHAIR court in Jacksonville, on Sunday ;

REQ $ 5.99 COOLER afternoon. I
INSTAPURE1288 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wheeler spent '

WATER FILTER the weekend with their brother and
sister-in-law Mr.' and Mrs. Mike

14 199REQ t byWater PiK Crapse, Jr.. of Hmesville, Ga.

CHAISE Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson.
REQ. $29.99 SI 7.99 stall". and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl i
1688easYtoll chlorine Wilkerson and family, Mr. and Mrs. I

2488 chern- L.G. Wilkerson and family, David : I
301NCHx721NCHPVC IcaIs.REO.$19.99 Wilkerson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold :

Jones and family, of Lawtey, Mr. and
AIR MATTRESS t Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson, of Raiford, I
18"X 18"TABLE o Built In pillow,I beam Mrs. Linda Crawford and children, of
Redwood slats on 9n construction,assorted Whitehouse and Scotty and Michael
aluminum' frame Folds colors. REQ. $1399 JULIETTE r1 : ., Anders Lawtey were Easter Sunday

for storage. REQ. $4.99 CLOCK RADIO dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon .

.< Wilkerson. All of them enjoyed an Ii
; Digital' clock
399 Easter Egg Hunt during the after-
SWIM MASK ?' 14Pfe leaf radio type with numerals.Illuminated noon. ."
i ejfl /t1 Q Fit tight face mask NO. ADC325 Mr. Charles 'Starling and his
%"x 80 FOOT DURA-TRED safety glass,,,,,;,-| REQ. $1999 GARDEN HOSE table head strap. r=\ '1 Sunrise Service at Graham Baptist

t NO. E1070 REQ.1.99 F= .- Church on Sunday morning. .
1288curable&fleXlble. 11\\ = Elizabeth Smyth,of Jacksonville, is B
.99 GALAXY .:. ; spending her Easter Vacation with, .
SWIM her grandparents Col and Mrs. Wm. i
COMBalttlght OSCILLATINGBETARAINLAWN : ?:.. / 11'' Wilson. She will be with them from ,:

.t' 9-INCH FAN April 4th until the 14th.
SPRINKLER mit ,* "" 2 speeds whisper quiet Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and
tamp n Full or part circle,dial strap. REQ. $3.59 balanced blades, removable motor girls of Jacksonville spent the
/ **O controls distance.With NO.E142S NO. 2154 REQ. $19.99 grill. weekend with their parents. .Mr, and
snap connector. O.:1110.: )'L Mrs. M.D. Crapse Sr. : _
0 Tammy Mosley. daughter of Mr., j

GARDENTOOLS -. ."'. 10-POUND 1599TROWEL. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley, of Maxville I
TRANSPLANTER CULTIVATOR CAT LITTER spent Thursday until Saturday with .
Durable metal heads with Extra absorbent&deodorizing I her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs >
YOUR ."'"" comfort\ grip handle.1.1 tot your pets If *J.. Harold Eunice. Her' mother; Mrs.' ,
CHOiCe 77" -
REQ.. 99. litter box./BEG.99- .u... t L=3 Ronnie Mosley came for her. .pr,9aWrStarling I -:

:' 6 JJfJr j EVEREADYALKALINE' I rUKMINEI/ da weekend: '""'
10"WETLOOK' PLASTIO69 ..'' .'; I paws ft cm I Angie spent the I .
r t' U ,9.VOLTBATTERY ,with her parents Mr. and Mrs: Pete

HANGING VVA/G- .. ,\ ....,... Starling In Jacksonville. Mrs. Pete ;
PLANTER, ?- ,4 I f I' :; /B f%Our beat longest lasting I Starling brought her home on Sunday .
Ready to fill with CAN I fc ,Jjf power cell REQ.$1.99yourfavoriteplant afternoon. ".' "f M
18.0UNCEijl --
Colorful watering _A, Henry Hodges and sons'Hank' and' ';;
For use Indoors or. nwlthspray.2' 9'". ZIP WAX 7 ...{ Mark were Easter''Sunday: dlnner.4''
out. REG. $ .59 REG.$1.89 +t '
quart. guests of his In-laws Mr.:'and M...
; iJ ca/abrlght, 1 J.T.
991' g3 129G'II8s'V. finish. 18- Friends of, Mrs. Themlaf Prevail .

REQ, $1,89, regret to learn that she is patient in. .

0 North Florida Regional'Hospital; '.

.. .. 'Gainesville. ,Our'' prayers are with'
0" .
elk L'am' ; ..; ". her -
,, .Menu April 14rtMONDAY .
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f.Ir:1I'1 j@lilJJ:1r:1 SATURDAY Arrief.<*# WnWy Drug. StoresDRUGS
OE ... ..
LJWUJa.IlI. :; ; ':11' OPEN WEEKDAYS ,milk ,,g.- .Iron cup bttculu*.butter. ,'

O lf 1 J' .JflrnlM LQEQLIB( 9 A.Mti19 P.M. to I, .cerrau.TUESDAY...*:saw Ctikkw! ,fuehu oUMroU,bead, "buttered"./.__BM_ btfrtar .*.
WEDNESDAY- M.., lost w aenp, n.dfed
,831 S., Walnut 'St. Starke. Fla IGA.M.t117P.M.SOME Bourn butter,*milk, greei.limn beu.pear(wit. :. ,tat rolU ft

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FRIDAY:B.'.b<:ued.pork. .en bun. ,flute) .rtes. I

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Pace 121TELEGRAPH April 1'.1M :

Confederate Gun Shop

Burglars Arrested MondayA

20-year-old parolee and a 17-y_ ,Tallahassee according to Hlcki.ll:
old Juvenile were arrested early Mon- When they are served on him,
day morning April 7, after both ad- automatically be held In the local Jail
mitted to breaking into a gunshop In" for *ten days on the charge. .
rR yr, ,j 3wp.i Starke. stealing: 10 firearms, 19 boxes All items from the gunshop have
} of ammunition and then stealing a been recovered during the course of
vehicle from Starke. where the thetavestU tjon.JT.from " .
j Juvenile drove It to Ocala and was ar

An Investigation uncovered the fact> : ;Page IA" '
that Steven Jeffrey Hardwick,all,was ,r '
) "
released on parole two months ago

and weeks.had lived in Starke for'several ... A.dminui'ratorB.Alter' .

He was charged with grand theft In' 'the',:vote Duncan cited :a"tremendous .
connection with the burglary of the need to get'a handle on
,Confederate Gun Shop In Starke. The data processing and how it works for
Juvenile was also charged. and,
us. Scheduling grade reportsare
The Juvenile escaped from the all automated In other countiesbut
custody! of the Division of Youth Senvices are still done by hand at BHS said,

personnel late Monday and is Duncan.. .. ., _'
still at large as this paper goes to The school system has hardware to
press.Deputies put the BHS work on computer
Don Denton and EugeneLee that is needed Is the people with tameall
were on routine partrol Monday to do the work.Data processing head
when they observed two youths M.A. Payne Is the only person that
behind the Wishbone Restaurant on
about the
knows a thing computer
Uth Starke. and he's driven
operation being
Join crazy
the In their
two deputies
trying to keep with the data -
( up processing
of the Starke
ht,0. burglars were
pursuit work for the board and havingto
police officers Lt. M.L, Sibley and .
teach halftime, Duncan said.'We're
Patrolman W.K. Mcintire.
sitting by while computer
Denton arrested Hardwickas
Deputy "
programmers are all over the place,
he was coming out of a wooded Duncan said."Somewhere.
area on Edwards Road.He was taken
along the line we'regoing
Into Juvenile authoritieswere
custody. to have to move forward a little.
notified because he was thoughtto oil."

be a dependent child. Then Lennard Register had his :
yl. say
y If Meanwhile shortly after the first
.1 "I'm terribly disappointed the
arrest Lt. Silbey i found the door
opento .
board didn't fit to approve the assistant
the and determined there
superintendent. I think we're

BUS Brains... fourth six-weeks. They are l-r) Debbie Parmenter, Eugene Underhill, Robin had Early been Monday a burglary.morning, the Bradford much moving for man to There's do. Just too

Just four of over 1.000 BUS students were able to earn straight-A's for the Stern, and Betsy Yawn. County Sherrifs Department "Who are we trying to kid?"
received a call from the Marion Coun-
asked. "We're understaffed
ty Sheriff's office in Ocala that they Register ;
were at the bottom (In relation to

Onlr4BHS Students Out O f. 1,020 Earn Straight A's found_had Deputy a with juvenile a Denton gun in In custody his and possession.Patrolman who was When school system Temple.. of was similar_ superintendent size.)"

.. .h J *t l tat nnM .Muu
.. Mcintire went to Ocala to retrieve the ere were a .v
; ci.-.g
there 'Is IStt, Register
Just four students, or Just under the daughter of school board memberand honor for their academic Harley, Gina Lane Randy Luke, Juvenile.The escaped Juvenile has been with the same number ofstudents
4/10 of one percent, of the Mrs. Vernon Parmenter of achievements. By class, they are: Barry McDuffie, Mary Martin, Terri charged with burglary theft ," Gaskins interjected.
Bradford student She has earned Jennifer Nix RAndy time I I might
1.020-meimber High Hampton. straightA's Massey, and firearms and grand theft auto. "At one thought run
body earned straight-A's for the several times and is enrolled in Seniors: Sarah Faulk,Randall Gon- Parado, Julia Pendarvis, Thomas Discovery was made at for superintendent, but I wouldn't
fourth six.week grading period which micro-computer fundamentals zalez, Barbara Pearsall, Lydia Starl- Powell Louette Smith Karen hearing before Bradford a Juvenile have the Job. You couldn't give it tome
ended Feb. 29. chemistry, math analysis, advancedAmerican ing, and Joyce Wainwright. Thorpe, Richard Trainor Barbara Judge ElzleS Sanders Monday County afternoon I don't see how Mr. Casey has
Senior Betsy Yawn, juniors Debbie history, advanced Wike and Brenda Willingham. that Hardwick was 20 Instead of :lone what he has done," Registerlaid.
Parmenter and Dale Underhill, and literature, and Is a teacher's aide. Juniors: Jerl Allen Francis A. 17. Hardwick was arrested and taken -
freshman Robin Stern comprise the Dale Underhill Is a Junior on the Austin, Catherine Davis, Brenda Dor- to the Bradford Jail in Starke The administrative line-up approval -
elite academic achievers on the straight-A list for the second time He miney Joey Herres. Elizabeth Freshmen: Edward D. Crews where he is being County held in lieu of by the board Tuesday night is:
straight-A list. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Underhill, Vickie O'Connell, Delly Thomas Crosby, Lori Flynn.. Curtis bond. $3,000 Director of curriculum & Instruction
Forty more students, or four per- Underhill and lives on SR-16 toward Slade.and Joyce Thorpe. Locklin, Stuart Pauley, John Riggs Parole Woodrow Lucille Payne.
cent, earned places on the A-B honor Raiford. Eugene is enrolled In Deborah Roark,Craig Sapp, Kim Sor- said Hardwick supervisor Hicks Manager of business Michael Red
roll for the fourth 6-weeks. literature education, American Sophomores: Sherry Davis,Teresa rells, and Jeffery Taylor. Union Corrctional was Institution paroled from last dish. '
Straight-A students are: geometry, chorus and Director of operations, Lennard
Betsy Yawn,the senior coed who is American history and Is a teacher's February. was sentenced to three Register.
******* in state from
years prison Bay County
of the
valedictorian 1980 graduatingclass Coordinator of community service,
with a perfect 4.0 grade point aide.Robin Stern is the daughter of Mr. Li 1977 for grand larceny of an David Smith.Coordinator.
and fixture on and Mrs. Roland T.Stern who live automobile He: also escaped from
average a permanent on Pvt.John R.Skinner of special programs,
list. Yawn is the The Pvt.Gregory R.Jones prison and had three years tacked on-
the straight-A Miss Stern's Road east of Starke. Attends Basic Training arl Clark.Coordinator.
daughter of Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn of freshman is enrolled in English FORT KNOX Ky. (AHTNC) April Completes Unit Training to the sentence. He was paroled for of food service,
Starke and Circuit Judge Theron A. science, PE, geography chorus andalgebra 2-Pvt. John R. Skinner son of John' good behavior. Delores Morgan.
Yawn of Gainesville.Betsy Is enrolledIn II. M. Skinner 1352 N.E. 32nd Ave., FORT K&ox, Ky.TAHTNC") Apr!' Hicks said that Hardwick, lived In Coordinator of federal programs,
biology II, sociology band Gainesville, is attending basic trainIng 3-Pvt. Gregory R. Jones, son of Mrs Starke and had a job but suddenlyquit Myrna Lou Bonn. -.
humanities English and a course of A-B Honor Roll at Fort Knox, Ky. Beatrix V. Reed, Route 2. Lake the Job. Hicks said he had taken Director of vocational education,
varied studies In which she works on Butler, recently was named a high him to the halfway house on February
Forty more students, S seniors, 9 During the training, students half-time, L.T. Oglesby.
29 in Tavares in Lake County. On
her own. and marksman upon completion of his one Director of VocationalTechnicalSchool
juniors, 16 sophomores, 10 receive instruction in drill 'and
March Hicks said he had received
Deborah Parmenter: the junior Is freshmen, earned places on the A-B ceremonies, weapons, map reading, station unit training at Fort Knox Ky. word that 4, Hardwick had disappearedfrom halftime L.T. Oglesby.

-" tactics military courtesy, military the house in Tavares. Principal of Adult Education.
justice first aid, and Army history The award is given to the trainee Hicks said he then filed papers Millard Brown.
and traditions. who scores the highest number of charging Hardwick with violation of Principal of Bradford High School,
VICTOR Skinner's mother, Mrs. Evelyn points during qualification tests with parole. Those papers are in the process 11'. James Duncan.
4900Electronic Skinner,lives on Star Route 1, Waldo. the .43 caliber pistol. of being forwarded from Thomas.Assistant Principal of BHS.Charles_

Assistant Principal of BHS.CharlesF.
Principal of Bradford Middle
School. Dewey McKinney.
Assistant Principal of BMS,
1 1 I 1 1I William McRae.
Principal of Starke Elementary
aVIDgs School Charles Francis. '
I Principal of Southslde Elementary
School Jesse J. Moore.
Principal of Hampton Elementary
School. Connie M. Clark.
Principal of Brooker Elementary
/School Robert G. Paterson, III.
FROM SAWYERSLADEGET Data Processing, M.A. Payne, Sr.

In other action Tuesday night the
school board

READY FOR THAT SUMMER GARDEN Tentatively: adopted a new school

calender, the main difference in
which: is that no fair week Is included.

Placed on the agenda for the 7 p.m.
April 21 meeting attorney Jess
411L! s == Wolbert recommendation the aite

BUY THIS GENERAL ELECTRIC survey at the vo-tech center in which
the board paid for 35 parking spaces It
Whirlpool didn't get and la now contesting that
FREEZER I SAVE expenditure.

MODEL 4900
-. .
CHESTTYPE 20' Servicemen

... .-
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GIANT 20' .

Programable Reg. Debra A. Whitney. -.:-

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FFA'er Dell Sweat started a three- 4 r.
'out-offour Union County sweep of
livestock competition at the 30th annual -
Bradford County fair by showing
the grand champion hog Wednesday
,;;night Ap'ril2. ,,
Sweat s 210-pound grand championSpot
brought |3.01 per pound.for a
'total of 1032.10, plus$215 In individual A >
add-ons and $81.52 In across-the- ,
board add-ons given for all Union

Dell, 18, is the son of Mr. and Mrs
.D.C. Sweat of Worthington Springs.
The champion was bought by six
Starke businesses: Florida Bank at
rt Starke; Davis, Monk, Farnsworth &
Co.; George Roberts Insurance Co.,
t eh the Bradford County Telegraph,
Rosier's Monument and Nursery, and al .
Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q. Each paid N i
I .a sixth of the purchase price. The yp : 1qJSgL ,
group bought the hog because there r w.y

was"" no previous designated buyer. ., y# .
Bradford FFA'er Mark Crews -
showed the reserve champion hog
saving the Bradford 4-H and FFA I
youth the embarrassment getting I
completely shut out. The reserve
champion pig, I' 218-pound Hampshire
cross, sold for $2.30 per pound Big Enough !
I ; and a total of $49680. Crews also Barely taller than Big Red Curtis had little trouble handing the I.M3 pound
I received $160 in Individual add-ons steer. Here Curtis leads Big Red from the ring.
- - the
plus $74.52 to each Bradford
,hog by across-the-board add-ons r
Grand Champion...
given each Bradford pig.
Dell Sweat, U-FFA showed the Crews, IS, is the son of Mr.and Mrs. Clyatt Receives $3 758 for Steer
grand champion hog, a 210poundspot ,Alan Crews of Brooker. ,
and sold II for$632.10 or 13.91 per Starke attorney Jess Wolbert
pound, plus idd-ons of $215 In the 'bought the reserve champion. Nine-year-old Curtis Clyatt wasn't James Lee, took reserve champion
swine sale Thursday night April 3. In The 53 pigs,nine fewer than the 1979 quite tall enough to see over his steer, honors. Both exhibitors are membersof
addition Sweat the son of Mr. and wine show and sale, brought a total but he was big enough to walk away the Lake Butler FFA Chapter.
fI'tlT't"j" Mr. D.C. Sweat of Worthington Spr- .of $11,331 at auction, an average of with the grand champion. Joe Bundy, U-FFA won the
Ceiling Fan Sale atisT h Ings. received $81.52 In acrws-the- $103 per pound. Add-ons totaling Union 4-H and FFA members Showmanship Contest. Connie Guynn,
board add-ons given to all Union hogi. $8,392 brought the average up to$.'79 "kinda mopped up, as 4-H coordinator 10-year-old( 4-H'er from Worthington
Save $14 Pictured are Dell and his championpig per pound. Market price for slaughter Lowell Parrish put It, in the Springs was second. Drew Andrews,
along with some of the !buyer, hogs is now around 29 cents a pound, Bradford-Union Steer Show and Sale B-FFA, won third place in one of the
Walnut finished from left to right,J.E.Tomlinson.Pat according to Warren Carver, which capped four days of activitiesat few honors Bradford exhibitors at-
wood Farnsworth. George Roberts, and Bradford-Union Swine Association the ram-plagued'30th annual Brad- tained.
veneer over ford County Fair. Union exhibitors
Marvin Rosier. treasurer.
wood blade showed the grand champion and Record Book ContestThe
product Buyers were six Starke businesses: hog also receivedabroastheboard
with real braes trim "' '' Davis Monk, Farnsworth It Co.. add-ons of $74 S2eatft ; reserve champion of the steer show Union County Senior FFA
V,." '. '.*,ZA._" ..., -,- ., .yL --' Rosier Monvmmt.and.Nursery.,Brad- Union hog also received across-r and the grand champion! of the hog,, Cnapterwon.lirsl placeJn the Record
.. ... ;-- 64A4":. :,. -- -- W ford County Telegraph; Sonny's Real '.ihe-Board add-ons of $81.52. show and sale. BOOK Contest. The book was prepared
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'..... .'".... '.,' .of" "M. anJl.w Pit Bar-B-Q. George Roberts Insurance The total at competitive bidding In his first year as an exhibitor at by David Barber 11th grade son of ,..
the fair, young Curtis Clyatt. a Mr. and Mrs. George Barber. Jon
and the Florida Bank at. plus add-ons brought the total sale
\During The Month Ot April. Customers Will Receive A 10% Discount Starke price to $19,723, comparing very member of the Spring Hill 4-H Club of Brown, U-4H. sophomore son of Mr.
|Coupon On Any In Stock Or Catalogue/ Order respectfully with last year's total Lake Butler received a total of$3,758 and Mrs. Jimmy Brown placed se-
This Coupon Will Be Good On Any '20" Purchase (In Stock Or price of$22.770 for 62 hogs. for his grand champion 1,043 pound cond in the Record Book Contest. The
Catalogue Order). Some 60 buyers attended the auction Limousin-Hereford steer. Named Union County Junior FFA Chapter
which was called by Angleta 'Big Red,' the steer was purchasedfor placed third.
711.80""Good 'F"? Hay 3 I ItSO
Haymon. $2.99 per pound by Publix Super-
....... MONTGOMERY WARD CATALOG STORE Most of the 4-H and FFA members markets, with "add-on" money con- 4-H Steer Record Book winners) Beth
Balkom 21
Woi5t. L- 132 E. Call St. Starke 964-8090 t C ll bought their hogs in midDecemberand tributed by individuals rounding out were Hamilton: 1), and Randy 3) Jamie Whitehead.
the total sale price.
worked with them at least an I
hour a day until the fair.The students Clyatt Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jon Brown. U-FFA, received the '
MIl. T --____
.Io- -------- .-.-----,..-...'...,- have to own a hog 90 days to qualify Kenneth Melaine Clyatt of Lake over-all livestock exhibitor award
.for the show and sale. Butler. given by Guaranty Federal Savings&
]s The swine show has made a steady The Union County/ Senior FFA Loan Association of Gainesville, a
I II comeback over the past five or six Chapter added $2.552 to Its coffers new award this year.
years after a cholera outbreak some when the chapter's Reserve Cham-
I I years ago caused the show to dwindleto pion steer brought $1 85 per pound ,Beef Breeding
Feeder almost nothing. The last three from the Farmer's& Dealers Bank of Angus llrifer: Grand champion.
II years the show have seen record Lake Butler. Add-on money con- Sherri Harrell; reserve champion
II 1 numbers of hogs entered in the fair tributed $530 to the total sale figure. Jill Moore. _
The 62 hogs entered in 1979 was a Saturday night's auction went Angus Hull: Grand champion.
record, and swine association "better than anticipated considering Chuck Brannon; reserve champion j,
I 1 1I 1I members realized something must be current economic conditions." said Ryan Brannon. 1
done to limit the number of entries. Ray Norman secretary-treasurer of Brahma llrlferi: Grand champion
This year 4.H and FFA members had the Bradford-Union Cattleman's Frankie Andrew.
to qualify their hogs by weight to get Association which sponsors the show Brahma Bull:. Grand champion.
in.cutting the number of hogs from 75 and sale Brian Whitehead.
to 53. The 27 steers entered in the show
I ERI *EIDTTLE Hereford.:' Grand champion: Lake
Parting with their porkers is often brought a total of $53.539 an averageper Butler FFA. shown by Timmy Moore.
II an emotional experience for 4-H and pound price of $1.89, including IntouKln heifer: Grand champion.
lOBSlI H FFA boys and girls some not yet In add-ons, Norman said. Julie Brown, reserve champion, Jon
II their teens. But some are old hands, The steers went on resale for Brown.
I like 11-year-old Belinda Melson. slaughter to Waters Meat !Market of l.lmouhin Bull, Grand champion
."All these other kids always cried-1 I Starke for 71-cents pound.
per Drew Andrews.
Located Just South Of Starke,City Umlts On U.S. 301 S. Opposite Qvt.. Surplus Warehouse never cried, 'cause it's Just a stupidold Union youngsters completed a Santa Cvrtrudlx;.Grand champion.
hog," Belinda said of her Hampshire sweep of top awards in Friday night's Jerry Row .
I cross named Arnold. steer show when Alan Woodmgton
HOG SPECIAL Besides that.Belinda said "The only llth grade son of !Mr. and Mrs. DavidE.
kind of meat I like Is pork." Woodington of Lake Butler,'won
r.SR grand champion honors In the home-
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Time Ever

I 'T'orn adoes Capture Bradford Invite Crowns ;

Knocking history on its heels the '.". ,
Tornadoes of BHS won the Bradford C' ;. ,
Invitational track meet for the first
time In its 11 year history,last Thursday
April 3. Both boys and girls 1 1
teams carried home the shiny championship L
trophies from the rain- y r r
drenched event. ,
The Tornadoes won the day's final High and Dry
event, the mile relay to edge St. tt With an umbrella I II
Augustine M-tt) for first in a seven T; .441 held Ii I
team field while the Lady Tornadoes I p'p! M....blllbpgttman. and i

outdistanced a five team field with 92 Lee Davis stayed dry I
points to second place St.Augustine's ,pj al the Bradford Invitational I
69 3 .. !y track
The win for the BHS boys capped an a.I. _'. meet. I
unbeaten year on the Bradford High Puttman was a !
track for them. They won all five spectator after winning .
meets they ran on the BHS track. I the discos 41IS-1) eSkr.,
But the win in the meet meant more and taking second In
than that. the shot put.
Lady Tornado coach Grover
Howard said the win showed that his 4r 44M
girls were on track. "We're right on
our training schedule now," Howard
said. "We rested before this meet and
ran good times. Now we'll go two
weeks of real hard training before Bennett Brings BHS 110m;'Znd '
resting Just before the district meet
(Friday April 25, at Alachua Santa Tornado anchor man John Bennett lane three) carries (already across In lane two) In the Bradford Invitational.
Fe)." the slick across In second place behind St. Augustine 440 relay final. .,

BHS coach Ben Moxley knew his 'J
team could win small meets, the Tornadoes ''' "
are 7-1 in dual or tri-meets : :('..: I IT'

but the Invitational was by far BHS' .. o, \,.,U UI HORNES OF IfcWTEY
; I '
best showing In a multi-teamer.. That 0 :
he agreed showed BHS could be a 0mu
force at the six-team district test. U.S. 301 North ;
"Now if we could win JI'I"
the district that Now Under New Management
could. make my year" Moxley smiled r :

The boys win was keyed by Tornado 9 Local CagersAllArea 'THE ..
dominance of the relays and hurdles. r i. .
Danny Hildebran Barry Thomas, I PicksSix G I g

and Richard Smith combined for 38.5 OE CREAM CORN. :
points by themselves and the Tornadoes I boys and three girls from the ;
won both the mile and mile area were mentioned in the
medley relay and claimed second in Gainesville Sun's All-Area basketball FRIDAY
the 4 x 110 sprint exchange. selections with Keystone High senior SPECIAL "
Hildebran and brothers Barry and Sandra Norwood landing a first team
Brian Thomas were 1-2-3 in the 330 in- spot on the girls team published Sunday -ALL YOU CAN EAT- .
termediate hurdles and Danny and April 6. :
Barry were 2-3 in the 120 highs to add KHHS junior Stephanie Wheeler Fish or "
25 hurdles points. was a second team choice and Union | oo .
The mile relay proved the dif- County senior Anne Biddix was in the J -
ference as BHS won and North honorable mention category.On Spaghetti :;
Marion provided a helping hand witha the boys team published Sunday -
second to St. Augustine's third. If ; March 30, no local player was a .
SA had finished second the Yellow first teamer. KHHS filled three spots *28 Flavors of Ice Cream : ;
Jackets would have tied BHS 84-all. I with senior guard Eddie Dyal being a
BHS had to offset the performanceof : second five selection. Teamates
J All Flavors Milkshakes & .
Yellow Jacket sprinter Sammy I Morry Cravey and Chris deBodisco(a ,,;;
Wilson, who was awarded the Most ''I junior) were on the honorable men- Banana Spilts .....I. :t'.
Outstanding boy performer trophy tion list.
after winning the 100, 220, and 440 -r Bradford High seniors Kevin Miller Bar-B-Que Chicken
relay. and Frazier Bass, who'' shared the
Tornado Most Outstanding Player Bar-B-Que Ribs
Bradford's girls got a 1-2 sweep in Award, were also honorable mention
the 880 with Alecia Sheffield winning choices along with Union High's Ir- Cuban Sandwiches
to take the points lead late in the day vin George, a junior forward.
and outscored St. Augustine In the

last Louette four Smith events, Marian to win Puttman going away.and ......... ,,. ,.. "..,.._. ,.',-,m.4i! --- "
Teresa;Woody also,claimed wins for ; : ,. ..I' ; : -. .
the Lady Tornadoes (.with.. Woody 4" -., .t ) Jo..:.....'1'Ij.. ,., ,_,
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clearintrJM'l'Sbriat 5-S .; < ,
record in the .. ;:. t =, ..o'IZ ,,..
high jump without missing a jump all .. ,
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day. With the dark clouds coming she .. ... --......""' --
didn't try 5-4.
Housekeeping the Long Jump Pit

SUMMARIES: Lady Tornado Valery Chandler had the chore I of I raking the mud-
Bon Bradford M. 84. AuKUlllnp BO. North dy long jump pit.
Marlon 47. Baker C.. 31. Live Oak and Ocila I
Fenal IS,Cauiea. .llle 14 ,
Winner*a4 BHS,......:
Lena Jump: C6. INS> 30-4'.. 3rd STEVE: I
MARKS'too "'-1. II.I..
Dlacm ALLEN SCOTT IBI. Ml- Mile Medley: BRADFORD I till.DLBRAN\!. ..... 'I.'I'I
HI "! .
Ross Put: Roberta IG) ...SCOTT414., JOIIVSON. BtNNKlT.SMITH 3:'T. TERESA WOODY IB> loa f..
'mini:: HIIKHIINMI. IS4 I 114...Ia_limo..tad 221" : Mllion (ISA 33,ft. JONATHON: JOHNSON: mlaieflLong 1
:: Sammy'SAO. I.1(8.4 I prellm '..lal) Milt Relay, : BRADFORD'ITHOMAS TIIOVA4 4BI, 431.Mike .
Macaay (OK) 443. Sad> RICHARD
SMITH IB 4:41.: Lanes DinMa Girl., Bradford It. M. IB 04.4N .
444: Yartnrtragli IBaker) SI... tlhl AugiiaUne 41 Ocala"
WILLIAMS IBI ..... CHICK Forest M. Galneavllle. 54)). Live Oak 47.Hlnnen : ALECIA SHEFFIELD IBI 1:U, Sndl MX 1a
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Strawberry Golf 't r Sports Calendar'

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: Thursday April 10-
Tees PK Yonge at UNION CO. baseball (7:30) t .
Off'Sat1ird8iy UNION Hawthorne at KEYSTONE track ft field (3M:
KEYSTONE at BRADFORD golf (3Jan. >
Victory at KEYSTONE baseball (4)) ,
r The 190 edition of the Stawberry old last year, and Chris and Bert
Coll Invitational, the 14th annual, Yancey of Ocala 0)9# sons of pro Friday April 11- ,
IBM off at 8 a.m. Saturday morning, golfer Bert Yancey. Baldwin at KEYSTONE baseball (U:30
April u, at the $tarkand Cou The 1979 top flight was won by Billy Baldwin at KEYSTONE girls Softball (7:30) ,.. '
tryClub. Tuten then. a PalaUa High senior BRADFORD track field at Lake Weir (4) '_,
MOB golfers hAd registered<< as of who is now at they ,University of.Houston. '.i"' ,
TutpMlay morning, leaving 12 spots Tuten shot a 10-under par Saturday, April 12- .
open to round out a 120-man field 134 to win the S0-hole event by eight Joyful Acres vs. 8TARKE TRUCK PLAZA (4:30 p.m.). Edwards Rd. Field
rthere may still be some spots open strokes. ). .
!.Thursday somebody wants to sign The registration foe! U $40 for the Monday. April 14- I',' '
:lfll.? Starke, golf pro Herb Herres 30-hoIe event with prizes going at Eastside at BRADFORD baseball doubleheader <(5) .1, .;". ., '
r least to the top three finishers in each KEYSTONE girls Softball Wlllkton (5) .
The lineup la bottom-heavy with 40 class Herres said. Top man in each KEYSTONE baseball Williston ((7:30) "

Setters entered in the third flight, for group wins a$350 set of irons,a set of S 4 lac w. ...o9c+ ,i I KEYSTONE golf at Orange Park ((3) ",.
13-to-lS fn
handicappers and Just 19 In woods goes to the runnerup and the
the championship flight for 0-4 han- third low scorer earns a bag and head Keystone Union Co. Runners Duel Again Thursday Tuesday, April 1- .
dlcape. 18 were entered in the first covers. "Of course we'll have additional Jasper, Wllllston. Interlachen at KEYSTONE track Held (4:30).
flight !54 handicaps and 32 were prizes according to the numberof This action teams Santa Fe at BRADFORD girls Softball ((4))
came at the end of the The two meet again: ,along
registered! In flight two 9-12. entries In each "Herres adds Chlefland at UNION CO. girls Softball (4)
flight -
220 dash
yard In a meet last month with Hawthorne, today, Thursday,
"My championship night Is down : with Union County's Tommy RoberApril 10, at the Keystone track. Starting 'UNION CO. baseball at Newberry (4)
from the last couple of/rears, I'm not To register golfers can call or come son, right, beating Keystone's Keith time is 3:30: p.m.. UNION track field with Bronson SJ Lutheran at Trenton. (3:30)'. -...' .. .
quite sure why thoughHerres said. by the pro shop ((964-5441). Jones across. BRADFORD track field at Lake City ((4)
Still, the top group includes many BRADFORD baseball at Clay ((7) ,
time local winner Harold Bishop Gainesville High at KEYSTONE girls Softball (4) '

Starke Palatka'a club Ronr1IeTUrnli champ and last, current year's West Nassau Plays Indians to I -I Diraw Wednesday, April 16-

fourth placer Richard Gaines (a BHS Yulee Jr High at KEYSTONE 7th 8th 9th grade track field ((3)
senior), Ocala's Berger Warner, the Macclenny, at BRADFORD golf <(3:30)<
third placer In 1979 high schooler The eight-game winning streak and stronger as It warms up."Bostic Prichard. Sam Sibley's sacrifice, fly
Charles Rauleraoir of Orange Park,' fashioned by Keystone's Indians was allowed. just..two runners to third got Eddie Dyal home with KHHS'first y
who won the first flight as a 15 year at least temporarily halted by West base. run in the top of the fir t. Pinch
Nassau In Callahan Tuesday night as Keystone reached BHS loser Kenny hitter Jeff Smith had the other Indian Tates Locke to Speak to KHHS
f the Warriors (9-11))played the Indians Clark for eight hits with Chris safety.
Tigers vs. PKY to a 1-1 draw through eight innings Prichard nailing three of them and clop Tates Locke the sometimes controversial coach who has turned a downtrodden -
before darkness set in. Clark Stovall and Greg Prichard ad- WMItaMi MM lot .01 s s i i s basketball program around full circle Jacksonville University,has agreedto
M S aMR. I
I In Suvvaimee There is a possibility the game will ding two apiece with Stovall crackinga .W-1(MM). 4 0KVMM speak at the 1980 Keystone Heights High basketball appreciation awards banquet
be completed when West Nassau triple. tee IM 310er.MId 4 s s Thursday night April 17., announced KHHS coach Ron Brummitt
I Shootout comes to Keystone. to play the Indians Greg had RBI singles in the fourth MI MI e i a s Locke, who steered JU to the NCAA tournament two years ago and the NIT
| April 25. and sixth Innings to score Stovall w-._'Mse. (*!). t.c....((106)). tourney this past season will headline the covered dish dinner affair sponsoredby

3 It's a grudge match. "We just didn't hit be ball. We twice. Clark's triple plated Shawn ,...-I-.....(). the KHHS Booster Club, with all four KHHS basketball teams to be honored.
It's a chance for revenge. should have won it but we just did not Letters and MVP awards will be passed out to Brummitt's varsity squad, the
& It's a chance to pull close to the top' hit the ball," said KHHS coach boys JV team coached by Rich King, the girls varsity team coached by Kathy
of the league's top rung. Rodney Nelson Tuesday night: "I at- Joyful Acres Vs. Starke Truck Boatwright, and the girls JV coached by Bob Smith.
It's a chance to smudge, P.K.onge's .' tribute it to the Spring break. We "The public is welcome, it Is a covered dish affair so If everyone would bring a
spotless conference record. haven't swung the bats in a couple of "This for Starke dish, a pot of beans or something,"said KHHS Booster Club president John Har-
days and it showed.That's why I hate Jacksonville metro league a good thing vin. "Also we ask that everyone call us In advance so we'll know how many people
is because I think down ,
powerhouse Joyful Acres coming getting Jo.vful "
the Easter break season. will be coming.
Tonight's 7:30 p.m. Suwannee Con- every down the road to Starke Saturday here to play us at Edwards Road will
West Nassau got just four hits off
ference baseball game between Uniono. night for a Softball doubleheader people know we have a good
High's Tigers and the Blue Wavesf Clark Stovall, who went all the way. workout with defending Starke league ballpark here in town," Elder said.It .
Chip Wesch'B solo homer in the first Tornado Golfers
P.K. at UCHS Field is one Split
Yonge champ Starke Truck Plaza at the Ed- will also give Elder's I squad a
gave the hosts a lead but Stovall fired
the Tigers want badly. ward's Road Field. chance to of the;, class
play one top Bradford's Tornado golfers topped The Tornadoes host Keystone
zeros the rest of the In his pit-
P.K. Yonge owned a spotless 6-0 ching duel with WN's way Kendall White. Starke Truck manager Dwight "A" clubs around. Both tibams" are Macclenny 165-173 last Wednesday for Heights today, Thursday, April 10,
league mark after Tuesday nights 84 Defense helped both pitchers with not Elder said the teams first game shooting for the World class |"A"tour- their third win in a row before Lake and host Macclenny Wednesday,
win over Newberry while the Tigers an error committed.The should start around 8:30 p.m. Satur- nament to be held in Jackso nvllle this City stopped the string with a 170-171 April 16.
back after be-
stand at 5-2 I
Hi games
day. year. win Thursday, April 3.
Indians tied the count in the
washed out by. rain against sixth when Kenny Jennings walked, Richard Gaines'36 and a 39 by Joey o '
ling Tuesday. moved to second on passed ball and Herres sent the Tornadoes (now 4-5))
first encounter
Waves won scored Shawn Prichard's Baldwin past Macclenny. They were low men
the two clubs 7-3 in on single. Drops Tornadoes 10-12:
.between again Thursday with Gaines shootinga +
Gainesville in March. They feature aheavyhitting Jennings had the only other KHHS hit e w.
lineup headed by catcher and while Grady Bostic got to second Baldwin's first six batters reached The Tornadoes scratched d out Just 38 and Herres a 39.
twice the Indians never again got a base two hits, in the I'lrst! l
| Mark Dawson, Keystone High In an eight-run first inning and scoring when
|transfer Bob Hemme (brother of man to third.Indians Bradford High's Tornadoes never Scott Allen stroked one of U le hits and West Nassau Girls

{former Tiger star Bill Hemme), and Blank Tornadoes 4-0 could get back Into the game, losing scored on a double play ba U. Bounce KeystoneWest
GUS transfer Ricky Dale. 10-2 Tuesday night in Starke. The 3-9 Tornadoes wer e to face
Gametime is 7:30 p.m. KHHS junior Grady Bostic (3-1) BHS booted six errors to help the Gainesville High in a ra'lnmakeupgame Nassau's Lady Warriors
4 Top low.,,_Clubs blanked Bradford's Tornadoes on visitors who managed just six hits Wednesday night 'and host pounded out 15 hits to softball
Team Co....W.L All three hits, striking out nine and walk four of them in the first inning off Gainesville Eastside for .a twilight Heights girls 15-3 in a game
F.K::Yo".* M 1.... ing just one, in Starke last Thursday loser Bill Goodge. Reliever David doubleheader starting at 8 p.m. Mon- played in Callahan Tuesday night.
The loss KHHS
dropped to 5-3 for
Union Co. ..2 12.' night. Sparks came on with two outs in the day afternoon, April 14. c:
M *-, "That was Grady's best outing"', first and held Baldwin in check the; the year.
City Beth Walrath homered to lead a solnril
Nelson offered. "He'll
.3 -' get stronger rest of the way. a HimUl
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;-XJnlon County High'Tigers lost two UCHS managed just two hits. Dean collected three RBI's while O'Steen .
xtose games, one on a passed ball In O'Steen singled in Tony Honour with a plated the winning run, singling In
jtM last inning, to finish 1-2 and in run in the first and Honour scored, Tony Honour to win the game by.the
;[math place in the Suwannee Conference again without benefit of a hit in the ten-run rule in the fifth.
; baseball tournament played third walking and. scoring on an er-
;atWIlllston last week. I The Tigers had six hits to
tr-The Tigers lost to Newberry, which ror.Ellis the fourth am Newberry's five in their opener but 8 D..r I.P Ui1J
:went on to win the championship, 4-1 scored on a throwing error as the left 10 men stranded to lose. The Panthers tntt1
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to club Hawthorne 11-1 that and second. Ellis' sacrifice bunt gut three runs on an error a single, and ..
same night to stay alive. They lost in Steve White home with the final run Scott Hines double in the first, and a ',.. .:,..
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base by an error and scored on a pass- and winning pitcher Steve White ((4-l) across on Dean O'Steen's single.
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April I.. less Page 7B

.Union Girls Slam PKY 12-4 I WIN 58 Turned Out

I The Lady Tigers of UCHS took 10 Gail Rogers went 3-lor-a with a triple For KeystoneGolf
lays off for the Spring break and double and single Page UcCUI w
tame back swinging the bats as they was :2-for-S, and Kim Crawford and TourneyLadies
lipped a dozen hits In a 12-4 win over reserve Paula Hawkins also provided
P.K. Yonge Monday afternoon. two hits as the Lady Tigers upped from as far away a*
their mark to+6. Jacksonville and Gainesville Joined 23
They were to visit Hawthorne local lady golfers Tuesday. April 1, at
BBS Girls Wednesday April 9, and close out the the Keystone Heights Golf and Country
regular season, with four straight Club for the 15th Annual Ladies Invitational

Top. GHS 10-7 home games starting with a 4 p.m. Golf Tournament.A .
game Tuesday against Chiefland. a total of S8 participated In 'the
Bradford's Lady Tornadoes had team UCHS crunched. 15-1. earlier. It-hole handicap tourney.
st two one-run games in a row .. I N'i' Prizes were awarded for first second
;fore Tuesday afternoon but they __ ill moo i n.IM and third place winners In each
broke that spell with a 10-7 win over Ga. '. MI e .4 of the five flights. Prizes were also
Gainesville High at Starke's WesUide given to Oma Raleigh for the longest
field as Janice Berry clubbed three drive on hole number nine; Marge
a ''''''''4" '"'''!'' &:- : '-
pun homer in the fifth inning for the KHHS Boosters !! --. 'Roundtree for the shot closest to the
Inning runs. 'Top Plight Golfers '. pin on hole nine and to Jeanie Jett of
BHS, which added two Insurance Meet MondayThe Mabel'f' keystone for the longest putt on hole
These five ladles the '
flight champion tltllst
were 2
uns in the sixth, also got two hits number two. Keystone's Eileen Lee
Keystone Ladles Association Golf Tournament.
achby Phyllis flight winner Betty and Evelyn Heise were local winners
Cuffee. Janet regular monthly from left to right Midge MacArthur flight 1 winner. ,
Williams, Lorraine Bass and Shari meeting of the Keystone Heights High -' winning nights three and five.
Ilankerson. One of Cuffee's hit was a School Boosters Club ,will be held .. ".1 .. TMIII.Mil NI,1/,
...M Ono I i.-MA.-t; ;;;; .iM I)J
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tome run. Monday. April 14 in the school
Department News : ownII,.wwtl..h...who I.I w low_..w s)AUHI.
The Lady Tornadoes out-hit GHS cafeteria at 7:30: p.m. The. public Is in-. Starke Recreation : slaw.!KlYftTONI HtlOMTB....n.
1-5."We hit the ball real well today." vlted. ... Vfl""bffiMt 1)).iHNUI.KIVtTOMI.M>OHTt.wN sir.
aid Bradford. coach Gayle Lee. Final plans will be made for the T-Ball.Smallfry's to Start clinics will be May 19-20 at the same month fee.Persons. I)Ntafy-Y'I. )DOT .MtTON, KSYITO1aI.SoOTI..0
: W.MIcMTkran
Thursday. April basketball and interested should come by
17. appreciation time place. l Hl.til_owl 4. lYVOMmIMCMMIAH.
It's time to register for the Starke > i |
The Lady Tornadoes :lost in the bottom dinner honoring the Rec. T-Ball and the Old Armory.on a Tuesday or .MVftTOt MIOMTt,Ml Sol s)Mmtmm T to.Mrt .
of the seventh Inning to Buchholzin school's participants In this year's Department's Thursday night to sign up. .
Starke to ,
Gainesville last Thursday allowing basketball The dinner a Smallfy program with signups star NI...M Mutt 1)lam WIH KIVITONI 111044_. Mf
program. ting Monday April 14 and continuing Tea TennisThe SS.1)MAMMA CANT.........TOHI.I)
(two Lady Bobcats run to score on two covered dish affair. Is under the deadline! Lipton tan DAISY KIVHONI MIlO...........
I walks and an error in the final inning direction of Mickey Boney and through day, May 23. Starke Recreation Departmentwill MI..M Fhw 1))VUVN HBM KIVltOtN"MtKWTl 44.1.
I to fall 1413.Bradford. Carolyn Stallings. T-Ball is for boys and girls aged 4-6 host a mixed doubles tennis tour- Ml I)MriMn Ihmkk, KM Ml UM Cook. M...
I entered the last Inning Boosters who do not have an athlete with Smallfry Softball will have two nament June 26-29 as part of the Lipton -
(down 12-11 but Dawn Schoening's trio participating in basketball are groupsone for children 6-8 and the Tea tennis series. Tornado Netters Close Out 11-5
1 adored Janet Jordan other for players 912. Any six year the
pie with the tie- welcome to attend but reservationsmust Local winners advance to one
I ing run and Erma Hamm to put BHS be made in advance to assure old who has T-Ball completed last the first gradeor day Sectional tournament, with Bradford High's boys tennis team The BHS boys ended their regular
I up 13-12 before Buchholz put together ample seating. played year can play Regional championships, the National
Smallfry Softball. Children who are finished what coach Jerry McGriff season with an 11-5 record while the
I its own last-frame rally. Also: Dixie Youth baseball is not Championships (an allexpensepaid said was "a very good year." with a girls finished 7-9.
I Both teams had nine hits but BHS .A nominating committee will be playing for these two trip to Sawgrass in Jacksonville 6-1 win over P.K. Yonge in Chub Johnson,Rip Pratt and Craig
eligible leagues.
I walked 10 and made eight errors to appointed by Booster president John Cost Is $4 for uniforms a T-shirt for Region winners),and finally to the Gainesville last Thursday but the Sapp all won both their singles and
help the hosts. Harvin to begin the of electing 'Monaco (again all paid) to
process with the team name and a matching expenses Lady Tornadoes lost 5-2 to the PKY doubles matches to pace the Tornado
I Berry smacked a 3-run homer In the officers for the 193041 Booster compete In a round-robin tourney girls. boys to their season-ending victory.
which the
after the
cap players keep
I first \toning and was 2-for-4 for BHS year. against champions from other country -
Each should have his
I while Cuffee was 2-for-3 and Schoen- Booster bazaar chairman Ann season. player *.
I ing was 2-for-4. Hemme will report on the results of or her own glove and tennis shoes or More details will be announced as
the first bazaar and a decision: will be rubber cleats. the Rec. Department (9644792) gets 555 CASH MONEY 5555
Games will begin the week of June 3
made whether or not to keep this the information.
I N sON..Nh
ISO M s ? < Sa.N.d event an annual affair. AU proceeds: and will be playing the mornings For AllALUMINUM
m Set 10 n 4 from the bazaar will be spent on during the Rec. Department's Sum Karate Class 240LB.
and other needs of the mer program. CANS
hoofed 101 Ml 1 11 S re.SMl3 school equipment high Clinics for T-Ball will be held May Has OpeningsThe
112"1' S department.
Coach Pete Valentino will be pre- 27. 28, and 29 from 3:30-4:30: p.m. at Karate class taught at the Old Brook LRff cycILng
sent to introduce members of the Pratt St. Field. It Is very importantfor Armory in Starke still has openings
Union Co. Pirates "Flyin".Indians track and field team. your child to be there to be in- for interested participants. LJtAfX4. O Brooker.| Fla
troduced to the Schedules and Classes taught Tuesday and
game. are
Take Diamond Win team rosters will be given out on the Thursday nights from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Each Saturday: 9 l F.M to: 5 PM

The Union County Pirates breezed 29th. Cost is $55.80 total with $20.80 going
past Forest Hills Academy 12-2 in Lake Butler Eagles Smallfry clinics for 6-8 year olds wil towards the uniform, $20 for a Cash In YQur Hand For Aluminum Cans
Lake City Monday to open their 15 Play to Soccer Draw be May 20 and 22 from 3:30-4:30: p.m. lifetime membership in Pak's Karatein
game Dixie Major (15-17 year olds) The Lake Butler Eagles played the at Pratt St. and the! 9-12 year old Orange Park and $15 for a first
league season. Gainesville Fireballs to a 3-3 tie on a
Chris Simmons led the Union attack rain-soaked field last Saturday playing ..
with a triple and Billy Turner doubled. their best game of the season ac-
The winning pitcher was Randy cording to their coach Bob McGuinn. Salt Prices Good Thursday April 10
Brown with Wally Duas credited with Alex Sanchez booted in two goals I s thrii Sunday. April 13, 1060
a save In relief. and Randy Dillow kicked in the third ... oc .&
The Pirates next play Tuesday in for the Eagles while goalie David I I
Lake City against Columbia Boys Wood held the Gainesville team to a
Club. Coach Ralph Walker's team will tie. Also playing on this year's team family ters
open at home at the new Lake Butler- are Shane Dillow Brook Jesup Ar-
Union County Recreational Complex chie Waters, Kenny Johns Dewey
Saturday April 26, at 11 a.m. Durban,Steve Wojcfechowski Shawn
Traver. Charles Adams, and Tonyh 4 thrifty ways to aid your soil
Dixie Boys Start Practice. McGuinn.

The two Union County Dixie Boys Coach McGuinn says the team Is

(ages 13-14) teams are practicing for already looking ahead to the Fall in yielding more. beautiful(, 1..g, r.Jawn: .. ,. .".. .hr'
which set for season and interested players can .... .. ',_ .04 .. .. "
Saturday their season April openers 19:1n.La1l&are City. come out end-Watch; practice on Tuetvi .'..* ., ) rsr *, ....-" _. ''' si.. boo .. ","'" -.*!.. ba11U.a .JaccGoi"

Coach Aaron Travers team will day and Thursday nights at the new ;
play its home opener Saturday April sport complex off S.R.121. He can be YOUR 3.97"
28, at 1p.m. at the Lake Butler-Union called for more information on the
County Rec. Complex with the Union soccer program at 4963713. The team
club coached by Robert Langford Is also looking for a sponsor to pur- CHOICE!
opening at 3 p.m.Both teams play 15 chase new equipment. Interested people _
game schedule. can call the number above. .

fit0' fifN ."

I District Tennis Tournament On w.0w..w..wn.wr" 1 Weed 16-4-8-and FeM ]

The high school district tennis tourna- number three Mike Akridge fourth W lUlfUI
ment opened in Gainesville yester- at number five Johnson and Rip
day Wednesday, April 9, and runs Pratt third at number one doubles FLORIDA I
through to the finals set for Saturday and Sapp and Eddie Winkler, fourthat LAWN FOOD

April 12.Boys number two doubles. ,.-.-.
and girls teams from Brad- Only BHS' top doubles team of
ford High and Union County High,and Janice Jockel and Elise Johns was
the girls team from Keystone Heights seeded for girls play, drawing the.
High are entered, but as always the number four spot. Keystone, the area
teams at the top figure to be bigger city girls team with the best record had
schools. no girls seeded.In .
Gainesville High School, defending a twist of fate that has lasted
champ in both boys and girls three years Jockel drew Lake City's
brackets, is the heavy favorite again Tricla Ives the second seed in a first
with Lake City's teams and the Oak round singles match for the third
Hall girls the darkhorses in the 18 straight year. "What are the odds of
team field.Bradford. that?" McGriff wondered.The .
High, which finished 5th BHS girls were sixth last
in the boys division last year and end- season and ended 7-9 for the regular
ed this season 11-5 in dual matches season while Keystone's young girls
got five seeds as Tornado coach Jerry team might make an impact even
McGriff lasted through the four-hour though they have a tough draw.
seeding meeting. Tornadoes seededare GHS players are the top ,
: Chub Johnson third at numberone seeds In every bracket except the.
singles; Craig Sapp fourth at boys number one doubles.

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Pigs'Showmanship PERSONAL FOR SALE
"S"Cason of Fresh Meadows New York; 1 ... more hogs $81.52 per hog.

brother, Fred Schmidt of Lakewood Adding to Bradford hogs only were:
Gurney E. "S" Cason 59, of 410 W. SERVICESCUSTOM ASSUME .PAYMENTS-
Main St. Lake Butler died New York; 1 sister, Mrs. Estelle Award Bradford County commissioners $10 ,
Sunday 25" ,coniole cowir"rV.repot .
Sam Johns of Lake Butler
Shaknls of Brookville Long Island per hog; .
afternoon April 6 in Lakeshore MAINU INSURANCE AGENCY
ied. -oil
N.Y.; 2 grand and 3 great grand. Marcus Crews.B-FFA, shower of $3, and Che..Tanner. Funeral Homeof / 160 S. lake Av.. lake Pay: <
I Hospital in Lake City after a long il- OR A" 11111'1 JI 0' balance duo $192 It6>h(; bf
lness. Funeral services were held at 2 the reserve champion hog, also won Starke, $3. ..lIma'... local .au'I....494-3978. Complete of $ ".10 per
payment .
Born In the New River section of p.m. Tuesday, April 8, In the Chapel. the showmanship contest in the swine S Adding to Union hogs only were: distributors for completely Insurance Service. TFN month. Under WarfOiVty.White' ) .

j i Bradford County, Mr. Cason lived of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home show and sale. Union School Supt. Billy McGIll $S washable nationally EVERYONE IS INSURAHIlImmodlot Sewing .....'.Applianc. -

: moat of his life in the Lake Butler with Rev. LeRoy Olive officiating. Interment Robert Carver B-4H, placed secondIn per hog; Union County School Board advertised Gardsetto cevoroge by Center, 3527 -W.

community. He was retired from the was in Crosby Lake the showmanship contest, and Ran- $5; Union Farm Bureau, $II; Union Draperies. saw Enterprises. phon.). JOE USNIEAOENCY496.2124 Archer" Rd.i, 'GolnemlHo.376446B. .

I Department of Transportation and Cemetery. dy Luke, B-FFA, was third. County Commissioners, $S, and. Par- Ed or or Ifnchg 3/2O' V

I worked at Greens Restaurant rish Food Store $5. 496-231. 496.290.7TFN REPOSSESSED.. ,illjSINCCR
Record Book Awards
for several years. He was a memberof Clyde E.Mitchell, 79 Adding-on across-the-board for all 3/1/79TFN. IIUTURA ;,: 'IA

the Long Bridge Christian Church. Mr. Clyde-EMitchell. age 79, of Winners in the swine show record hogs both Union and Bradford,were:' MIASONAlLli Small trees FOR SALE late model' fully automatetewing

Survivors Include: three sons, Keystone Heights died in the Alachua book contest were: Hifiindale Farms. LB, $7 per hog;; and limbs cut or !rlmm.... I / ,mochln..looMt)

Jesse Mervin Cason and Jim Pervis General Hospital In Gainesville 4-11 1) Robbie May.B, Moodyville Howard Auto Parts. LB, $5; Clay Reasonable rot... Call 174 O0 STATION.WAOONIExc.ll.nt all-tlrerch ,llIch.,, dpi!.'.

Cason both of Lake Butler and Clifton Thursday following a lingering il- 2)) David Reichert, B, Moodyville; 3)) Electric Co-op of Keystone Heights, Tony 431-1114 alter" 6 p.m. condlton monograms, buttonhole!\',
Robert Cason of Lake City; one sister lness. He was born in Somerset, Christie Faulkner B, Heibron Springs $II; D.M. Hale, Farm Bureau In- will trad for ban blind hemt. O'lgrnlll.cp', ;

Mrs. Winnie Andrews of Brooker antithree Penn, October 19, 1900, and had livedin surance, $5; Union County courthouse AND boat. '496-3894 weekday tract $599. Pay off.remgt/t-
; MAOAZINESiOlshes, balance
grandchildren. Keystone Heights over 30 years, FFA: 1) Randy Luke 2)) Cindy officials, $5; Mancsll Ayres. Starke. or any alter S p.m. 4/3 TFN. Ing of$M4\fOcaihj;
"Items do Call
not want. lake ol
Louis Timber Co. of Starke you or over payifent ,
$3 S
; $ ; 17 VAMAHAi230 Dirt
here from
moving Jacksonville. Alderman
Mr. 3) Karl
Funeral services held Tues- Hampton; *
were 4%-2018. I will pick up. $1260 month. 'Troi/4-:
day, April 8, in the Chapel of Archer Mitchell was a retired Painting Con- Williams U, Worthington Springs. Royce Joyner of Starke, $3; Pierce 4/10./17 :atpd. alk.. Run good. $23O. Ins accepted per, o. part; ; pdlment. -
$3 Lake Butler Farm Contact Don )
tractor. He was a member of the Hardy, attys, ; ,
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with WILL lABYSIMn, my home. To *.., call credit
Melrose Lodge 89 F.'A.M the Best All-Round Center, $3; Osteen Gaskins, Providence 494-2115 from S to 9 p.m.
Rev Raymond Baer and Rev. Dill Call Beverly at 4961916. .non/gar' 'collect
Delaney officiating. Burial followedIn Keystone Heights Shrine Club 2 cents per pound; Osteen 11,1.. J/IO 4/104/172'pd. 9CX.37ft.4447. finch 3/O/
A new award given for the first time 1* Inch ColorTVsS'OO. j
Son 2 cents and Farm Quasar
Morocco per pound;,
Jacksonville and
Crews Temple,
Cemetery on SR-100 east of a this
year by Guaranty Federal Savings Exercise Bike
Lake Butler. Archer Funeral Home of member of the Faith Presbyterian & Loan Association of Credit pound. Service Alachua, 3 cents per FOR RENT month old-$50, Antique on. HELP .JI'::;
Church.He ,
Lake Butler was in charge of '
ar- Gainesville is called the Best Ail- Wrought Iron Bed-ISO compl -

rangements. is survived by his wife, Ruth Round Award, taking into account Steers 12X70 MOIIIE HOMEiThree '.t.. End Table-t5, on. WAN TED: :

North Mitchell. record books, showmanship, .more bedroom two full bath lull size bed.$10. Call
OUoSthmldt,76 Funeral services were held at 2:30 hersmanship and appearance of furnished, large lot, 4963644. 4/10 Itpd. ARM EXTRA MONl't't"'AIhom. !

Mr. Otto Schmidt age 76. who lived'on P.M. Saturday, Apr. 5, in the Chapel animal and exhibitor. Dairy JudgingTop garden space hlghwoyfon'ogE. REPOSSESSED .,. good pay. 'No eilperlence -
Highway 16 West of Starke died in of DeWitt C Jones Funeral Home near Lake Butler. Amona
Robbie microwave n.cettarySend
the Bradford winner
the Bradford County Hospital Sunday with Dr. James R. Neale Jr. officiating May was animals in the Dairy Judgingwere $163 month plus oven. for .
Deneen Clyatt, the Union winner. per Only six months old. Under applications, R I A.- .fJS.BoKJ32. .
afternoon following a long illness. He Interment was in the family The awards Latrelle shown by: deposit. Call 4962842. warranty. $184 cath or Lake Bull.r.Jffc.'
were given by
was born in Brooklyn New York, Oct. plot In Keystone Heights Cemeterywith Hamilton of GF's Lake holstein: Grand champion, Debra 4/10 Itchg.MOIIIE tok. ov.r payments of 32094 TFN 3/20 chg.PARTTIMEPI.cM. ..

21, 1903, and moved here 10 years ago Masonic Rites. Butler branch.AddOns manager. Green; reserve champion, Robert A. HOMI:8X36 on $18.11 per month. Whit.'.

from Richmond Hill, New York. Mr. Worrell. 120X80: lot. Partially fu,. Sewing and Appliance Webiter. America':

Schmidt was retired In 1970 as a Do you need a girt for the boss? : Guernsey: Grand champion, Chad nl.h.d. Coll 496.2458 after Center. 3527 S.W. Archer foremoit dictionary.,Ham-

foreman in a Paint Manufacturing The Office Shop has a selection of Smith. 5:30: p.m. 4/104/17 2tchg.MOBIL Rd. Goln.o.,,".. 3764466. pony needs homE W9rkers"

Company. He was a member of the fine Cross pen and pencil sets Add-ons are money donated by individuals Brown Swiss: Grand champion Hnchg 3/20: to update local molllpg ljAt| ".

Lutheran Faith.Surviving desk pen sets executive ashtrays or organization or Don Green; reserve champion KOMI All ages,"n.-

is his wife, Roxana Smith and much much more at businesses in addition to the bid Trevor Smith. SERVICE POLKS neceiiary. S.nd nO t1... Pd'

Schmidt; 2 sons, George H. Schmidtof the Office Shop 110 W. Call St. prices of the hogs. Add-ons to Brad- Debra Green won the showmanshipaward BIRCH'S dress, phon. number,,.to

Sarasota and William O. Schmidt Starke. n... 964-3764. ford hogs were $74.52 each to Union in Dairy Judging. : "100 ,AMI" < Webiler. 179 9th Ave",JuH.)

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EXPANDING silo in Bradford Cii'iinly\ ,

GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S Infrniawina, II........ a uol........
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REALTOR Mil 473-HS4 356.6549.21.hi's:9LG'vill. :

.- 377.7996.24 h.... .

CLASSIFIED SECTION. Attractive 'It0 block
home on nice thoded lot In

city, hot CH and garage. HOPP TOPP -

2/1 block home with CH

and patio on nice .1.... lot TRUCK ,.;
The Sun's Classified section _..
Shop In city.Many. I -- --- .-.


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day for shopping values.! .available.11. In city priced toSmall Extra Low Prices i ABOVE GROUNDInstallations, -.;
every Cary McCollum OflI0:: .:
2/1 black home with .

on.acre of land on SR 241. 1-691-2814 .v:

-- SCCRKTARV C050.Mt..xD.COUNTER PERSON! Neeoeo COCKTAIL Help wanted Mutt large 3/2 from.home with Mclntoch, Fla. Repairs
lanced 4V hardworking' Apply' .. Mutt ... neat. clean .nd Doreenw..r skirt/ to serve cocfctalls to Phone78"62342
The' Place' ...,............ 1291 sw 1 able Apply In person only to: fit atmosphere of lounGe Apply H/alr en 1'ocr...
_.v. In person. No Dhone_calls WN...* ........., Meat In _..", Dub's. 4MO NW $315SHIPPING ocated approximately' 1
# _"32W.Unlv.'v./ '_. _Street. No phon cells_.
6 RECEIVING mile from city.
CLERK Immediate opening' for COUNTRY MUSICIANS BOOKKEEPER Part Tim) Did You Know? '
clean-cut person Have established club date* for Local company offers 005b10.
s 11 45/hr. Call JOB ACTION; KM!,bats, lead YfnVOIVed.: fits a. money for Qualified individual For' Information call jedfeara'aIl
o 37"-230O. 12O4 NW 1.|M 5.1. ing group. some Call JOS ACTION more That Have A farms only full time wanted. Call a7..200. I2O4 NW 13th ...*.. Malnei Real ..t.t.. Cleaning
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Accurate tvolsf aoeed not important ".4Dm. __tl.OI..m. ;
% oood spelling, very light SMALL ENGlNC! MECHANIC! leeltor, 4"-3971, L.k. Service In The Keystone ..oA

bookkeening Inventory. control, demanding Bitpertenced" ,lothr e.rs05. Call. JOB for CHILD opening for CAMS teacher's CENTER aid* andbusdrlver All COM)IT1ONiNG() !<< MECHANIC: lutler. Heights Area?
priori prefer
grannies ACTION 37B-2300 1 13O4 WW 13thSt Call between 9JL II,3 Good benefits end bonuses 4 7i.43J.i; Q
enperlence but not :
necessary el FN'n. .. .,,,.terms tefor appointment 37A99OOChlrooractlc Minimum S yars experience.Oood .
AAA EMPLOYMENT Low LOW H. It WALLAC IRAN! After Business Hours p'. ..
Fee-Terms. 4001. Newberry Rd mature. eperienced Asslstent NPhyalotherapttvMrav 10' Ne '35th ...v.. .n-352S
375-B121 or 3131 1O NW U It 37B- for Babysitter 2 vr. old bov 7:IS AM 3 4* : experience Contact: 473.42-52
1411. "Your Future !$ our Concern' PM Start.-!*. Archer area.own preferred for bu.v multl- Ir.nar/tort ........r.... ra... tort clinic Please, send resume Orlando Sentln4 S.... :
0C.. 155-2075, a1)er 4 5 wk ....... to 431O SW 13 St Mutt have own.transportation. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Elaine Ashley Repairs Of
_--E,37.!' .."$.ei.1V79 .
Cleaning Contractor Electric Appliances--

POLICIESAT Serving, Brad'ord.&. ClWv;' /

475.1579 Countios, ,
station wagon lo,OOO miles, 'VEGA WAGON c....".. .unoo'. .or. 4 _. -- -
70 61352: runs oood. sOSO Call Ruth oood.ssoo or best offer ,. a'Jf\-r.' $Cn/CndIIIOS. I =:: : :MobileHome : : : ._:'Vr L

,77 1974 VCOA oood shape. Air. DAT5UN SOL, 111. L toradOuatandlno .
13 CAMERO RAllY SPORT automatic, taso neoeotlebla.37S aMamola, of thl clac1C I Sales Azalea Sale i
Blue with whIS..IfvI, roof Needs '99i2 attar 5 Student. ,000./." 30+ MPO .......
111)10 work CaH3oTB Call 377'9794. studanf, FREE QUOTES
75 GRAND TORINO Air. power
1971 GMC JIMMY '$ steerlno' brakes' AM '. 4 1974 HONDA CIVIC. Phone 964-5606 a' 3.4 Year Plants In "
than 10.000 miles, MINI: newt door, extra clean Good body A 45.OOO ml. Orwat MPG. runt oar-
Loaded many ..t0.. sleeps, e. tires. Excellent running condition fact, .Mcatlant condition "" ._.
BUICK C.NTURVOIr: ne/etor. air. ,".000. Call St.TOO. 3T1.79t StudentPUVMOUTM C.II..vtlme Elaine M. DIm Agentt& *
cruise. combined B; 'p.A. IS 3".w..m..p.m.. Gallon Cans. Reg. 3.5Q
M"G. $4960 375-970.: oW for OUSTER 1974. JAGUAR XK.,2 + 2. .73. 40.Merlin. .
Student MOTOR HOME 1973 ftlBhlM, cvllnder automatic air new lIDO mil.. I0.d.d. out..nd'no
35 foot G.n.r tor. air\ end 10 radials. good condition .2000 COndltIOO .11 r orN. ..r._
i7O Runs oood. 'LACoPL0 AhA: O. forth. ..0..05". ...Call. 4.3m..o..371.726 Student deY .nloh..M. 373 1912 NOW ONLY $2.50 All Colors
..... amtxfo- PM r
.roo Call 77a I3oa 0. 'n OOOOB Monoco .._.m.
377 7267 .47 COX fold-down Cairnolno frjll-" 4 door, power steering/brakes' S GAS PAINS' .
.r, a/7 o fair/ condition 1300. windows' air, AM-FM, tilt ZOOM How Do You Spoil RKLIEP
377.9e17:HK 6- mites, oaoo js-an7, : _7* vw rww.Baatla 35 moa S.33OO 4Klal, .Edition.Mka 750525.. First-10 Customars $2.00 Each


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2 .... I',", bath townhxHj near '.2 .... 'urn/un'u,.. .Ir pppICONTEMPORARY a.... 2 bath ROOfiNG Road. Follow Signs '.Ijj; I
5hand 6 V sUl/eno "r.' t.n n l. u s..m or.."Iarom t" 61 V.ulladfeel Manor.
O.Ib.ri .pa nNCwN' W win'
d.3.$JW.=.u av.nings 377bone ALAMAR GARDENS[ 373 244BR = energy efficient, US JOO. COMPANYFREE "
2 bath Prlvat balcony' PHOENIX,2 55. 1,", both town376.5915 or 376 r7O6 after hours .
f.nnla. laundry fully eaulooed hou... duOl. 6S/month.. Nr r.> :
4 k tchen Large apt Ava11.DMalta' C.n'.r ' .v OWNER. en I 1O acres. IN REMODELING'
Immediately, SJI5 Rave Haufl M.'cn" 37i736. 37't75' Norweloen, brick' 3 .... a beth.oreat ESTIMATES.No
er Co. Inc. RCAUTOR '* room. fireplace. frontporcn 1\1
_2.6.. or 37K969 eve. .wfcends. PINE RIDGE' QUAORAPLEX.I17 _. Assumabte' "%..72 1079 OLD BATHS '
NW 23rd Terr Large BR
Hew 19 0 NOBILITY' 14' wide 2 1 bath kitchen' equipped, :r ',. 2 BEDROOM. I BATH Job Too Small. Y'fit : :
... front 6 rear, $7995. CALL' cent air" O/mo 37 y.IMAAA 3 ACRES 23 ml' NE 0'"", .. Replace, Tnoet Warn Out Shabby ,
U ncle Roy$ Mobile' Home Sales Barn Cant air/heat% essu*
1031 NW Pine, Ave ,Ocala Fi OK Studio Apartment. mable. 34000 37VWa Owner: Prolessionelly Clean And Regrout Walls 4 'llio"rid
OWNER: 20.Cr/.350 1 M9 O324BY .ISO/month + utHI le... 4O4 SW Financing AvailableCall .f' :
brick colOnla. r 2nd Street Close' by ... students 2.*7 bath Pleat wood. 13OO soft .
C 1 115I.f4 2IIrN1aCal.04 H7w1h94M wa// OWNER: 'ISO ft on clear, only pet*oh. 37V3O4ODISTRESS I".. o'don' 54 acre. 1 mile/ Marble Quarry Ceramic e Sheet Vinyl a Vinyl Tile,, '
011 US 301 SIM.000 Good and bottom Uhe near' Metro. .... south of Marlboro Parma on CollectPhone,11U..4421 ,
laver!. AooroM. 2 woodKi acrtn. Owner SALE. 1 2 bath Hwv241. Beautiful live, oaM
I nar financing 4.1-3719.11 a financing with. little down end family room and fireplace. close, hammock,151.00. Call.49S9, .72 ROBERT TILE =i?
ATTRACTIVE private home, pood..tnf 377 -.after apmBV to UP and Appraised at Mt m.OOO OOO mort-pay KITCHENS ; .
uooo atsuma
trees cent air. carpet, 5 rooms, OWNER: 1* .c... 'In ...,.. aaga Must be sold this weak 4BR2BAIMHOfiiino
dlsnwether.screened porch waitier. dryer, thus. 2 mobile home site*. cabin. S....." Realty of G.,...*""'.. '... ourt M._. _.CIIO. 96147630.Fre.
no pets Maw I to well/ fenced -
Nov I. Catl 376-5931 Owner financedEvening inc REALTORS 377.316 37"1117.

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/ABOVE GROUND POOL I** SEWING MACHlNaV cabinet 1$ PT. Malibu, co,"". swivel ;
diameter 4' d.0p. safety 1._, Dresser Maker. .7S, stereo TV .eat*, electric' start 54 HP Jofv :
cover, all ..c5105M1.! years table. '1S, 01"'S 01... M". 1020. nson foot control trollef' ealve
old S37S 370- 'XMC3 h..or40 m nlied trailer' all :7*. new S p., Dl..ItI Set
......, WeMM/make Pffer 3721114 a-5 l Call: CARDIN BROS. 964-6750
OWING/C.y Sit. crt" STORE FIXTURES. Shelvlno.brackets weattenda call 373-0077.

G 11100110 clo....S tlol"'plec.'Jnr.nT.'nf' cash, odds register e.'end,. amellrefrigerator Store 17 Pt. 179 MAKO With '."'.N from 69'. :; .
5<-... 1OV. /701) .*...03 37>._ closlna' make offer, 373oonMO HP ."'M'-. .. ,_..ftI
fully eoulpped like new $ 4$5.
BICYCLE Ladles 24", 1 7P..d, R/0rv.r. ...c..n.. John Broom. /377.3e71.45S9a36.! .. I
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: "GOOd small WNIO5 10 Calla''37eT173CARpgjT. "', *40. WApf.Hl'.01:.. ""k.' 1: I Jr_2 _. PI.....L..C.' 40 ,Inches hloh X UFe Our 30 Day I SPECIALS= .J ;.luL

bookcase. MO 3elTSAto 60 Inches wide. Beautiful mesayards .
12-t3-pluh d-y 10.0for, tloht bedroom.brown, HP JOHNSON KICK0JR, reconditioned heater,.010Trle'110 L.Ok.'rN-t Uy-A-Way Plan HOUSES-PRESSURE! CLEANED" WI
OVERSTOCKED'< never 25O value, beat / 225. Electric rho.W.' paid mo 4e5.jnejPRBEZCR !" AND PAINTED
used Color Black' and Whitevs 03763760 tors, tfe HP MS. 01 i HP tlSZM.SS9 .
Consoles and Portablespriced L.wnm.war.rac-ial/aW. UPRIGHT tecu ft. MOBILE HOMES PRESSURE
from .49.95. Hurry for BICYCLE BUILT For Two no 377-ar". ...... tilde prof actor *screen S4S, Special CLEANED
I ball NI',,,,"on ..c..n' cond'"on.' 00. Call darkroom equipment MO. ._.
I ..u".u co11....._.. /..... 3...3316' ..... $3 COUCH ANO matching M.Irsing, .!>. 9000 STY air conditionarsaj / e-. AND KPOI COATED Mh
combination' SPKCIAL. ..... 1 !.. $too. Persian ...... 1...m. two 373-3445 __ White Roof Coat PRESSURE CHAN EXTERIOR OF YOUR
TECH MAGNAVOX 373-0413 lion MOflrm C.II. .-n-uJ' Living rcleaner --- chair -, *
,.49 Call 1.a.rli/II WA5HlR S K.n.....I. ... REMOVE DAMAGING MILDEWUGS
37.ji dyKO .fllO. C.II 777rDe_'. Gal. / et AND STAINS,|TP,
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., FOR SALEASSUME MISCELLANEOUS r.tB:11} c::!! I.I ''IIiiiII:: allies $ Ads GetResults

35::,' console color TV, Highway 21 north Sanir. e& 1 2 :

:=Sed. Pay oil day.7 p.m.and Sunday. ....m..mnm.m --.-.- -. ....n..nm..........._.__..,.. ..........__. .211 _._- ,
us) f 193 cash or 2 p.m. Public',Invited.

ntonlti. Under warranty., nil LUMIIR and brltks.
Whites Sowing and Appliance Just tear down old .ham,
Rd. Jacksonville 1-72S-7I7O. efficiencies and ION bedroom duplex. Utilities
Archer Gainesville' ,
.:376-4466. Ifnchg 3/20 tfnchg 8/20 .... FORICLOSUM PROPRRTYl Most"' "Omni. Why pay opts., weekly, or mon furnished. Private yard SHOPt Complete If 71 IMPALAs Custom 90x109 ft. low price.
TWOA&n Door SR-100 YARD IALII Saturday,;April Large two story home c..... more? Buy direct from fac, thly. NEW FURNISHED and driveway. Phone sharpening service circular coupe vinyl top.. 1530 W. Phone 964-7887, tied 4/1O
12. 9 a.m. III- SR-21, by' nor Madison and Orange tory. Large selection of 24, STUDIOS monthly only.. 964-5464. TFchg ,' hand. carbide Madison Storks. PLUMBING FIXTURES i windows .
near Keystone Heights.SM' Fire Tower., Many different Slraots. Financing 14. 12 wldes. COMMUNITY 2313 N. Temple. Starke. TWO I BR mobile "bemoei chain mower blade hollow 1700. ../3 2tpd 4/10 doors,, pipes, plus
: down, $66.84 442l Fair
148 OLDS
peri"onth TFchg $90 a month and ground and balanced 10,000 other Items ot
Items. I f : Phone 473-4058 or HOREMASTIR ALUMINUMportable Federal phone 9645000.. 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. KITCHENETTISt Ono BNapartment@ SI IS/month. Phone leave at Jackson Building condition. $500 or best of Bargain Center. US 301
471-4367 after 6 p.m. pool. TV. AC, 964-6112 or 964-5261. 4/3 Starke fer. ALSO 1975 PONTIAC IONS
Supply. or Keystone South, Starke. TFchg :
IEPOSSESSID boat lifts and 3/13 TFchg. 1 to 6 Sunday. Phone Catalina excellent condi-
docks. Call NIW HOMI AVAILABLE utilities Included. Totollyfur"l.hod. 2tchg 4/10. His.TFchg AND ONI HALF ACRE
for free demo.Weekdays 964-8741. TFchg
PUTIMA tion Inside and out. Phone
SINGER Weekly man' REAL NICE furnished one IRoport".nt. ALCOHOLICS ANONY-
473-3995. MOWl Forest Height 16 BY OWNIRi Completely 964-8291. 718 Laura 81, overlooking Hampton
k4to model fully automatic thly rotas. TEMPLE MOTEL. Large roomwtiny ; MOUSSPhone
weekends 475-3991. 4/10 West towards 4 BR remodeled.3 BR. bath Lake. Contains large pondstocked
prison. one
Starke. 4/3 TFchg
.sewing machine. Dora It 880 N. Tempt Ave.. baby accepted. No 964-5148 964-7619..
..allvstrolghjl stitches, TFchgFORRENT 2 bath, plenty of room, Family Room. Fireplace, Starke. Phone. 9647357. pets, no drinking. Phone TFchg 178 DODGE 4WD PS, PB 4 with fish and
dams,. monograms. buttonholes stucco. Call Bob Harris Screened. porch, :Central 9/20 TFchg. 964.8071.413 2tpd 4/10. REMOOELINO. BUILDING speed. AM/FM ,radio 6 beautiful building silo.
blind hems. 964-5533 or 473-3133. 4/.. Heat 8 Air, Nice Comer Lot MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE FURNISHED APARTMINTi REPAIRS New kitchens cylinder. Phone 782-3570.>> 12000. Phone 468-1551.

Original contract$399. Stchg 4/17. In Saratoga Heights 1021 HOME PARK mobile homes One bedroom separate baths family rooms. Brick: 4/3 2lpd 4/10 3/27 4tchg 4/17
Pay 230 ACROSS FROM W. Pratt St. Phone 179 FORD FAIRMONT 88 GAL. INK DRUMSl $5
for Phone
OFFICE SPACE 335 and spaces ran# building with carpet and block concrete. Fireplace
$144.10 remaining cash or take of feet one or two room square.. HOSPITAL 3 Br, 2 bath 964-9639. Available Now. 4682912. TFchg air conditioning. Apply at specialists. GrIHIs Con.structlon. WAGONi :200 6 cyl.. AC, each Perfect for burn ban.
of overpayments private entrance. $125 family room. fireplace 3/27.011cho 4/10., TWO 2 BR mobile Homeel 407 W. Jefferson Starke. Phone 473-2108 AM/FM/cassette. PB, 4 eels and other uses. Inquire .
$12.60 per month Including utilities. separate dining ,room ISSINT ROAOi Near 230. $90 a month and Itchg 4/10 or 473-2978.. TFchO speed luggage rock. $600 Bradford Telegraph
month Trade-ins accepted 473-3288. 2tchg .".1 0 available 90 days. Law Fantastic 3 BR, 2 bath, sundeck IllS/month. Phono SEWING MACHINES and take over payments 135 W. Call St., Starke.
a* part payment. To see 964-6112 964-5261. 413 LOST/FOUND EPAIRSOs All makes Phone 964-7160 after 6 964-6305. TF.
LAKE GENEVA COTTACI-- $So'.. Call Bob Harris fireplace two bay or
call credit manager collect completely furnished.' $185 964-5533 or 473-3133. 4/3 garagoi Middle 550'.. 2tchg 4/10. $300 cleaned oiled and adjusted. p.m. for more Information. ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL
904.376-4467. tfnchg 3/13 month. Owner-broker. 3tchg 417. Available days.Call lob TWO BEDROOM mobile RIWARDl MALE 810. Work 4/3 TP. SAWs Equipped for 220V
LOTS AND WALKER HOUND: Lost on 178 TRANS-AM..',Looded.
lAKE ACRIASI- 473-4961. Itchg 4/10 8 PCT. ASSUMABLE MORTGAGED Harris. "...5533 or home AC. and partiallyfurnished. guaranteed. James electric. $250. See at Bradford .
Keystone Height' owner clean Meng Dairy Rood. Addresson Strickland, ALSO 13 ft. Stumpknocker
FOR RENTs Trencher, com BR. CB home.Kaystorte "73-3133.4/3 3tchg 4/17. Very collar. Carl Keith, Ken corner Morgan with and Telegraph 135 W.
financed 10 percent Interest. pactor cement mixer, Hts., In Cloy ONI OP STAKKI'S NICKAnAllttl located on SR 235. Phone tucky. Phone Merrill Gritf Rd. and 16. MingBRA'6FORD trailer. Phone 496-2433 Call. Starke. 9646305. TP.
Loft on clear sand washer lawnmowers 964-5630 after 5 p.m. llcha SEPTIC TANK WEDDING GOWNi,
CHI Chapel
pressure County. A. large BR. I bath carport Is. 9646767. Reward$300. after 9:30 4110 2tpd
bottomed lake, priced to TRAILER SPACE IN COUN- SSRVICIi Pump-outs.
tillers landscaped lot. Price ww carpet separate Itchg 4/10)) 4/17 length veil Included. 5.7
.elf from $9.000. One to garden auto and construction negotiable. Bill King Jr., dining room. CH/A stove, TRYiby paved rood. Largo LOST WALKER HOUNDt Red Residential commercialand 147 CHEVY |EL AIRiGood Must see to appreciate.
Industrial. Keen
1 five acres overlooking lake tools. KEYSTONE RENTALS 473-4319. 4/10 lot. Reasonable Real and white Fully Aha apricot colored evenIng -
Itpd refrigerator, was her, number 304 condition. Moving to
ed. Phone
(access. available) with Hwy. 21 North. THRII BEDROOM HOUSli 3 dryer, on beautiful large Phone 473-4508. Itchg 4/10 dyad on both sides. Lost 2 HORSESHOIINOi 964-8121. TFchg California must sell. $225 gown size 12. Coil

nice tree from ".500. 473-2995. TFchg baths., den IR, kltch.n.oe.n shaded lot. $37,500. TWO water BEDROOM and sower f.TRAILER... Fur weeks. REWARD. Phone or corrective, work.Trimming 13 or best olfer. Phone 9645408.3 2tchg 4/10.
$100 down $SO month. porch closod-ln WADE A. BEHR REALTY, collect 964-6127. 964-8219. Itpd 4/10 GARAGE SALIl household,
nished. Prefer small faml. years experience. Larry
Commercial frontage- HOMESFOR garage. Over 2 acres lake 782-3973. ltchg./IO "ly. Phone 782-3332. Itpd LaFollette. Starke. clothes, furniture appliances.

Investment. opportunity Hampton Oaks. $80,000. THRU BEDROOM 2 bath, ON KINOSLIY LAKEl Furnished MISCELLANEOUS 964-6273.12/13 TFchg FOR SALE Friday and Saturday .
SR 2LN. Owner -salesman. SALE Phone. 4682830.10 3tpd single garage stonework, 2 BR house. Year PRII KITTINSiGoad HOMES BUILT .remodeled or Apill1, 1 2. 8 a.m. to

..734375.10 tfnchg 4/24 white columns" sidewalks around. $173 month plus mousers. Phone repaired fireplaces' kitchens FtNCINOi All kinds, hog 6 p.m. US 301. 2 story
REPOSSESSED .V OWNIRi-on Spring SARATOGA HEIGHTS 3 BR landscaped. Your choice of $50 clean-up fee. Phone 4682624.10 2tpd 4/17 plumbing and electrical wire, welded wire barbwire building across from
Amano microwave oven. Lake, 2BR. IBA. storage 2 bath homo fireplace, carpet 3/4 acre lot on 533-2261. 4/10 TFchg. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for work. Phone Wade wood chain link! Jackson's Bldg. Supply,
Only' six; months old. Under building porch ....11. $1900 down, available 6 Wilson Rd.. behind TWO BEDROOM furnished bills made .by Louise Bohr, Building Contractor froo estlmatm. MANNING north of Western Steer..

warranty. $194 cash or Swim. ski, fish, S39.50O. weeks. Other plane, other hospital. $43.900. Phone apartment: AC. $123 Crawford In my name. Lowtey. 7823973. TFchg. FENCE CO.. 473-4822. Itpd 410GRAIN I
take over payments. of Owner will finance. lots. Phone Bob Harris, 468-1918 or 9645092.10 month. Phone 9646201. Ronald Crawford. Itpd CARPENTER specializing In Keyetone. TFchg FED PORK Buy direct

$18,11 per month. White's 473-3151. Ifnchg 3/6 964-5533 or "733133.3 2tpd 4/17 4/3 2tcha ..11 0.. 4/10 remodeling. screen rooms, AHIA HAV. Larry from farm and save. 72
Sewing and Appliance. THRU BEDROOM CB homo 3lchq 4/17. sun decks concrete* and LoFollette. Storke cents lb. killed cut and
Center 3527 S.W. ArcherRd. block work. Phone. Bud, dressed
near Keystone In Clay 964.0273. TFchg. wrapped weight.
.. Gainesville. 3764466. County: 8 percent 964.7116.3/28 TFchg CHAIN LINK PENCE Phone 782-3639. 4/10 3tpd
tfnchg 320PUPPIES& assumable mortg, .. ord.Rl.BlB1 Home. GARDEN SPOTS PREPAREDl 424FOR
Hff Small spate $10. Medium material. Do it yours.lfand
Cute, healthy CH/A. largo fenced lot. spots, $19. Sudden Service save Installation SALE OR TRADE FOR
Cocker Spaniels. AKC Price negotiable. Bill KingJr. Locally.. Phone Don available. Free estimates. COWSi 7 sows with pigs

.registered 6veeks old. 734319. tpd 4/10 9646005.10 2rpd 4/17 HandyMon Fence Co. with purebred Yorkshire
:4MI932.2tchg. 4/3-10. DEER SPRINGS 4 8R. 2 both. WILL BABYSIT In my home 9648559. TFchgWATSON'S male. ALSO one white
KONICA;AUTO-REFLEX T-3 fireplace, one full acre.' anytime.. ,Phone Beverly" HOUSE OP turkey gobbler $20. Phone
30mm; barely Over 1500 sq. ft. $1500 431.1916.10 2tchg 4/17 VACUUMS Many brandsof 782-3737 or 782-3897. Itchg
:automatic flash atfachment down for qualified buyer. Having Trouble BOARD YOUR HORSE near new vacuums. Used 4/10
:- ;. air release and Payment under $300 the Country Club with or machines available. Ports VACUUM CLEANED Spring
:tripod, carrying case$499. month. Available 90 days. without food. Reasonable and accessories for all Sole Special! Clean and
4/3-10 Phone Bob Harris.964-5533 Phone service
4732960. 2tchg rotes. anytime. vacuum systems. 404 NW your vacuum
SEW BRICK HOMI--2BR or 473-3133. 4/3 3tchg 964-8498. Itchg 4/10 10th Ave.. Gainesville, cleaner, any make, $17.99

jilViBA. York heat pump, phone 376-7110. TFchg plus parts. Al Young. 3
tCE appliances garage, InEsulatea 417.TRUCKS miles N. US 301. Phone
\ colors
doors and windaws. With Financing and priced right. Also 9646918. 4110 Stchg 4/24

: $36,500.FIV1 76 Ford Iconsllnei Chateau Other Items new and used. RIDING LAWN MOWER 9 HP
ACR"- oo' off paved WheelHorse. Excellent
Van. E150. 351 with Irlc-A.lrae Shop Hwy
: down and condition. Phone Mark
road. $3.000
Wlnser N of Keystone. TFchg.
engine power lAIN EXTRA MONIV at
.ossumo monthly payments steering' and brakes, AC homo: good pay. Easy NOMAD TRAVEL TRAILIRl 964-8749. Itpd 4/10
:of. $47.71. Keystone front and bock "Priced of the market? Well think VACUUM CLEANER! Sears
AM/FM. out again I We have brand new work. No experience 1977 24 ft. sleeps nsw
Heights. Realty Realtor. 8-track CB air shocks Send for condition used few times. Best with power.mote like
necessary. ap
% Itchg4/I0 mall wheels 3600. three- arid four-bedroom homes. . Call today and see plication. R.I.A.. P.O. Box Fully .self-contained s.lf- new. S0. Al Young. 3

473-2713. 2tchg. 4/10, j i if you! _qualify for as J lovv-as 4% financing. ." I 552. Lake Butler. Fla. roll owning. Reese Trfr...' miles North US 301. Phone: I
__ 10, .' > ,. .., '32O34. 3VJO 4tpd 4110.HAIRDRESSIERSt hltehPhon. ,,473-4931 "4-6441.4/10 0tchg ./21 ;,}
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CAIPENTRV AND MASONRY HELP HURRY time Is Running Built Phone 964-8431.3/20 NuWoves.4tchg POME 3/27 3tchg* ANIAN/PIKI 4/10 12. 9.5 p.m.. clothes furniture

WORKS "Ick.'oylno.fl.ploc. 4/10. PUPi3/4: Pom. 1/4 Pekl. etc. 675 W.
... small |obs. WANTED OPPORTUNITY for aggressive $50. Phone Monday thru Madison St. Itpd 4110

Daytime largo| Free estimates.473-4473; LIFE GUARDS-part time and You May Qualify For This Special Plan If Your supervisor and Individual sales In the In 964.7931.10 Thursday 6 a.m.TFchg to 6 p.m." YARD/PORCH day. 9 a.m. to SALIl 3 p.m.Satur Rainor

after 5 garden supply and nursery shine, of 16 and
nights p.m. full lime far Gold Head 1974 MERCURY 20 HPt Two corner
7823906. 7tpd 3/6-4/24 State Park Phone Income Does Not Exceed The Chart BelowNo. field. Good salary good fringe 6-gal. fu.lto"k.. Excellent Walnut.' Dishes twin
CASH 'OR COLOt Sterling. 305-746-9676. 3tchg Including condition. $60O. Phone spreads, drapes hearingaid
diamonds, |ewelry coins 4/10-24 retirement plan. Apply Inpor.on. chlldrens, ladies
1.5 April 11. 964-6544. Itpd
and dental gold. Will visit p.m. memo clothes. King site
home. 13765235.Mr. In Florida Post Control 539 E. MANY. MANY ITEMSl1v77
your Family shoots, daybed, doors,
Rlttmon. tfnchg 4/3 SERVICESCARPENTER Call. Itchg 4/10 World look Encyclopediaswith
windows and B. sink.' Itpd4'tO
ROOMMATE! To share NEWSPAPER CARRIER for Chlldcraft set and .
WORKs the Gainesville Sun In lake Teachers set, $190.
house mobile home and Cycle
J 1 split expenses.or Phone days Remodeling work. kitchen 2 Persons 3 Persons .4 Persons 5 Persons 6 Persons 7 Persons Butler area. Must be over Cedar chest small wood NEW AND USED FURNITUREand Porch
3473-2210.3 tlpd /10 cabinets and trim 18. bondable, and have table toys, Xmas decorations
PEOPLE PROM All WAIK carpenter. Reasonable' S13,500 S16.000 S18.500 S19,500 :S20.500 s22,000 dependable transportation. metal book sh.lf
CENTER. US 301 South,
.J Or LIFE that are Interested prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Excellent opportunityfor Corolla dinnerware
from the ham.. 473-2477. tfnchg 2/7 ANNUALLY retirees. Apply at other 964-6679. TFcho
In working ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY ANNUALLY (Meadow pattern). GARAGE SAUl 4 famllilestSaturday
1 1 For free information send ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUSl Gainesville Sun, 408 S. children's books child'stable
3 stamped self-addressed Close meetings Monday 8 Walnut St., Starke. with 2 choirs. por.tacrlb April 12. 8 a.m. .

{ envelope to G.A. Reid p.m. Open meetings, Fri These Homes May Include 964-8170. 'Itchg 410HUNTING man. women's. to 2 p.m. Country Club
day 8 Alonon Monday Estates corner Second
.* P..P. Sox 126. Keystone p.m. clothes. Other
8 p.m.. Alatsen Monday 7 baby Avenue and 15th Street.
Fla. 32656.
t 4tchg
; Fireplace/ DOGS miscellaneous Items. Also
Corpefs.- AppliancesAM90MIlho
*43424lOOMMATIi P All meetings at Itchg 4 10
1969 Mercury Station ,
To share Educational Building, Com Five Walker Puppies.
Wagon. will run or use for
3 Muse on lake. $1 to monthj munity Church. 473-2163. S mos. old untrained
j half utilities. ..73.7115i tfnchg ./3. parts. Has brand new battery
good jelptrs
Will sell
after ($38 value)
4,30.. 1 Itpd ../10j $ healthy.

Open House Down Payment As Low As Two Walker dogs, for these$150.Items Would'for S30O sell to one all PRICES PAID' for used

j KEYSTONECOUNTRY Sunday*, April healthy.-partially t trained buyer. Can sell separately. mobile 3/4 paid homes or more.if mortgageIs OLIN'SMOBILE

j! CLUB .2-4 p..m. Must Sell.. Make Offer. Moving soon.4/10 Phone HOME SALES.
:-"' 964-8169 Hod 964-5606. Open 7 days
3 BR 2-both stucco Call After p.m. ASSUME PAYMENTS
Iwa.-.bedroom. 2 .both, double Russ.Il.1HZ36MCnA.IOIOPENING 25" console color TV. weekly. TFchq
Have Built 12 Homes home .
lot of We Recently WANTED Mobile ax.les
garage room. master BR / repossessed. Payoff
Z and tires Will pick up.

See it loot of Ponce de Sltuo.ed3..7 Large trees and 1 Under This Program And The Payments balance payments due of$192$ 10 per or OlIN SALES.'S 9645606.MOBILE Open HOME 7

Leon foodSpecial month. Under
Greg SR-16 warranty. days a week. TFchg
Hellbronn Springs LOAN PROCESSOR Whiles Sewing and Appliance CASH FOR COINS Gold
Financing Hellbronn Range from Center' 3527 S W.
SR-229A at silver, sterling dental
Avo/fab/e./ $19250 $2950Peor Applicants must he Bred- Archer Rd., Gainesville
Church left GF ,
list on to gold. scrap (Jewelry optical
cloy rood Follow : M a n t h ford County resident REPOSSESSED 374466 tfnchg 3/20 frames, etc. J.R. Bull- ;
Call Bob Harris R.T. lovorn Economtcolly dlsstdventaged -1 Ington 964-6250 TFchg.f .
Amana microwave oven.
964-5S33 or 473-3133 Keystone Height .' end Unemployed 10
six months old. Under
Phone <73.3H4 I out of lest 12 weeks. Contact Only .
warranty. $184 cash or
Based On Size Of Mortgage And Your Florida.Service State, 209 Employment W. CallSt. take over payments of WellDrilling
$411.11 month. White's
., Starke .... 32091. per ,
RobertsReal Sewing and Appliance _
Personal Financial Situation phone .".IOt2. Center. 3927 S.W. ArcherRd. ;rThru'Wrf ;
-- Itchg 4/10 .. Gainesville. 376-4466. Fast Rotary !
I' Drilling Equipment'
late model automatic t
.. .\ fully
\ If You Own Your Own Land Your Payments sewing machine. Does It __ITATF.,LICENSED
-9P4-7828 941MITOmpole, CAREER all..stretch stitches dams
monograms,. buttonholes PUI1PS'New
Would OPPORTUNITY blind ho..... Original con ,
Be Less ,
; ASSOCIATES; . : . i. : tract $999. Pay off remainIng .
1 ,' For, two full-time coshor & UsedSale..Parta.Servlce
balance of$144.10
\ .ales experienced .
Weekends. .III'hanlng.Calf'XiCb.dR.barft.A4S9s inex sake over payments of ,

John Ann Godwin Longford'..496-414'...US9, .William 1 Judith Polly Canon Sllcox'Ir-;.9641704loreen f660UN...-"79 Call I ;UsTi>..S e- e If You: Qualify, training perienced.commission.program split.Excellent. and $12.60 ins_, accepted to To per so call part Trade-credit pay e.z TermsPlumbinj

Canon .'...-.704., Lucille Story.'...1420 Philip W.Clark Realtor 904-376-4467.manager tfnchg collect 3/13

Kay ato"964-6941 U.S.301 South* LIMIEOCKl :2O yd. semi t
Edwards Itd.t loads 'only. ALLEN E. New installation I

STARKI Phone 884-5231 TAYLOR. Lawtey.; Phone RemOdel n Repairs

*Severe! eke 3 bedroom .homes from'133,000. : RffurdablwH 782-3172. Willis I

.Lovely 4 .bedroom. home '" .000.

..Nice selection of.1 .bedroom. -. from,$11.909.! .. g.Yu.ancePUMP. t
.Severe) Mobile. Home, oil .terse lots from $21,900. Q Large Or Small l Jobs &

.*4 acres Behind Primitive Baptist Ownlu.a .. SUpPLY \
Bedroom en SR lOG West In.lOG. --- am. a -" -. : Work .
Dozer ..
Wooded lot at $fork. Country Club SI0.8OO. COMPANY
:Beautiful, 4 bedroom at Country Club. ..!'OO1 ( \ 1
327 W. Call St.. keystionb9pightsig :> F6undatfondSoil 864 N.

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