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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven102nd

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29th Issue Thursday.April 1'. 1981 USPS"2-700





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Will be Portables,


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.; Egg i Use state construction monies and Starke Elementarymove in at priority list calls for two classroomsat

build wood-framed portable least one portable from Lawtey Southside Ele. but three are needed
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......".i !' far as they will go the Bradford are two empty classrooms. Cost are needed. Hall said the priority list
-. FunS school board apparently decided at a estimate: $1,000.Bradford can be changed if the board can show
"' ..t Monday night April 13, workshop.The High- raze "A" Building sufficient reason.

,....... t,...:, board will avoid borrowing build two portables for special education "I tell you" we need something at
against future operating funds in the classes. Cost estimate: $56,158. Starke Ele., said board member
f > 81-82 building was the con- This is not on the current board's Patricia Spenglef.
program priority list for construction. "It's like going to work in a
: ... census.Board Member Rodney Hall Bradford Middle Schoolinstall a trailer," agreed Chairman Lawson.

't fr;% : presented the board with a plan to kitchen and dining area as per Chair Hall noted the project priority list
fJ .. -build only portables based on$277,083 man J.R. (Jim) Lawson's suggestionit can be changed to meet new needs.
in estimated state construction funds. the March 30 meeting, and to construct
"Rodney your plan is fine for a
I Hall said his price estimates are bas- two portables to replace said
\ start, board member J.T. Par-
classroom taken Cost
xiTk3I ed space up.
labor.
on day
m rish. "We need to get with the administrators
Supt. Tom Casey has suggested the estimate: $63,000.
to see if it solves their
"I'm the done
possibility of using the state funds trying to get job problems."
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plus borrowing $187,000 from a local without borrowing money Hall said. First decision is whether to
stay
bank. "It can work at every school centerin
But Supt. Casey who was ill
within state dollars or borrow, Hall
said Chairman
and absent from the Monday night this county said.
workshop stated he is open to sugges- Lawson, congratulating Hall on coor-
"Stay with the dollars available.
dinating the projects and the use of
JI vsYt' .. .r rs4..G3c, '. ... .1+ tjk.rd- ws1y... tions Hall's on plan the calls 81.82 building for program. relocatable classrooms. That's what this board wants" Par-
cutting expen- rish replied, and got no argument.
ditures at Hampton Elementary froma Hall pointed out the 1979 project

Eggsperts on Fun... proposed$220,000 to$96,500 by using

You hunt'em or you decorate'em and then, of course Loretta Austin 3)) Donna Dorminey. Most Original: 1) portables the major difference in the
the Easter Bunny brings some more. Vickie Thomas 2) Mark Roy 3) Kenneth Boone. two suggested programs.At County Growing MostlyIn
HE Hall recommends two portables
Kids of the First Methodist Church of Starke went after. a dining area of two more por-
Students at Bradford Middle School proved they are not Easter eggs hidden on the campground at Strickland's tables built together a new boy's
too old to have fun decorating Easter Eggs. The winnersare Landing.At restroom a storage building new
(1( -r, top photo) Vicki Thomas, Loretta Austin, Lisa left, Cathy Haymaker went along behind the rest of library shelving, and repairing leaks Unincorporated Areas
Phen, Mark ,Roy,.,Rochelle Stowe, Lisa Moody Donna the crowd and picked up the most eggs, 20. 't<. for a total of$96,500. :
Dorminey Regina Cannavo,and Kenaeth Boone.Winners*'... Above middle.Melissa.Kyle,Just turned three,searUies "****'Han-suggests for other Schools: ., <-** ** ? *. >* mi <** *'
: for(fw Moil Beuttfueet wer a 1>Rocheile Stowe,XfLfM .-orfcir egg hidden by a pine tree. _A Southside Ele.- two portables. Cost Most of Bradford County's- 36.9 per- The rapid growth in this area is also
Moody, 3) Lisa Phen. Funniest: 1) Regina Cannavo. 2) At right Terry Kerschner, 2, is an eager egg hunter. estimate: 25000. cent growth in the last decade has reflected in the division that Is now

taken place in the unincorporated being made of the No. 10 voting
areas according to final figures on precinct (Hampton-Theressa area
the 1980 nosecount, released this into two precincts lOA and 10B. The

Judge Yawn Relinquishes Small Witness RoomAs week. Faith lOB (lake Presbyterian region) precinct Church will vote on at

While total county population in- Highway 10 and has 518 registered
creased from ....625 in 1970 to 20,023 in voters; lOB, with 285 registered will
1980 incorporated towns showed only continue to vote at Theressa.The .

Office for 3rd Assistant State Attorney modest gams, while census divisions largest percentage gain among
which include the count in munici- incorporated towns was shown by

palities, as well as their surroundingarea Brooker. 26,2%, and Hampton 20.7%.
showed gains up to 80 percent.The Starke had a percentage gain of 9.4.
A long standing hot potato over Judge Yawn and County Clerk Gib and; witness room. Judge Yawn torney Tom Elwell about obtaininng and showed 6.8 .
Lawtey only %
space in the Bradford County cour- Brown toured every room of the wanted the room to remain availablefor additional space in the courthouse, fastest growth rate in the county -
The division however
solved for the second-floor March 31. the court. was shown by the Hampton division Lawtey ,
thouse was time being legal complex use by pointing to an increase in caseloaddue
(including rural ) showed
when Circuit Judge Theron A. Yawn Yawn, who has the county under a The county appealed,'and the First to violent conditions in state which includes the rapidly grow- area a
gave permission for a small second- court order prohibiting use of the District Court of Appeals remanded prisons in the county. Elwell said the ing lake region in the southeast healthy increase of H,9'\), second on-
ly to Hampton division. Brooker divi-
floor witness room to be used as an office legal complex he personally designedfor rhe'case back to the Circuit Court felony caseload is over 425 cases for panhandle near Keystone Heights.
sion showed a 31.9% increase and
for a new assistant state attorney other purposes, gave permissionfor here for an evidentiary hearing and 1981, an Increase over the 300 cases he The gain in this area was from 2,288 in
Starke division had the lowest rate of
the state attorney's office here to instructed the local court to have an handled last year. 1970 to 4.118 in 1980- a growth rate of
in the 24.3'\).
....- .... use a small 8 by 13 foot witness room outside judge hear the case which is The county commission's answer 80 percent. growth county,
: at the top of the north stairwell and what the county asked for to begin has been to give Elwell a hearing
mttm! wnOIritr I adjacent to the grand jury room. with. The Appeals Court further room and an office no longer used by
New Assistant State Attorney Pete stated in its Dec. 17, 1979 ruling that the parole commission since a FINAL CENSUS FIGURES CENSUS FIGURES 1Y DIVISION
<':: i Enwall will use the room for an office. the judiciary has the right to order reorganization caused fewer

: Enwall's secretary will be in with the what space is necessary as opposed employees in the courthouse. Then ,11/0 1t70 %Geki 1"0 1970 %G.In1r.dford

,.. ... n. rest of the state attorney's office, is to what is desirable yet more space was given the state at. County 20.023 1..625 ".,
2. .4t .) around the corner from Enwell. The Judge Yawn appealed the district torney when the witness room was Clip of Stako 5.306 1,616 t.. St.rIe. 1I.2tJ .016 24.3
t t Jeirerr4 offices will be connected by phone and 6ourt ruling to the state Supreme made available to Enwall. Town of Lowtoy 612 636 6.' Lawtoy 3.6CIO 2,111 440
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the courthouse intercom. Court, and there the case rests now. Town of Hampton IK 316 20.7 H.mp' 141 301 '0.0
In a letter written April 1 to State Earlier this Assistant State At- see Judge Yawn.... P.3A 26.2
\' year Town of ook.r .2' 340 .'....r 1.012 767 31..
1 Attorney Gene Whitworth Judge

....,. Yawn gave permission for use of the
,I small witness room by the expandedstate
I attorney's office until the spaceis
;' needed for other court related pur County to Widen Bessent Road EntranceThe
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poses.Enwall.
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'.'" .k J is the third assistant state entrance to Bessent Road off The new entrance, however is not
attorney assigned to Bradford Coun- SR-230 in front of the Bradford wide enough to permit two cars to
SATURDAY APRIL 11 ty. The office here also has three ,t/er hospital will be widened as soon as the meet and remain on the pavement.The .

GARAGE SALE secretaries and an investigator.The county can get to it, Clerk Gib Brown new problem was called to the at-
: 0 a.m.4 p.m. courthouse space problem goes says. tention of the Starke city commission
ProceedstoCindyCountryman back to when the state legislature. Tueday. April 7, by Bessent Hoad
.. Kidney Fund made it the county's responsibility to Feeling of area residents is that the resident Warren Rauhofer.The .
401 S. Epperson $t. provide office space for the the state narrow entrance is a safety hazard. city called the county clerk
.... . attorney and public defender. The Brown says, and plans are afoot to
BAKE SALE state attorney has been moved into Some time ago the State Depart widen the entrance while leaving it
':00.:00 the courthouse but the county is still ment of Transportation recommended -. perpendicular to SR-230. Brown says
Eckerd's Drugs paying rent for the public defender and the county did the work of the county plans to do the work soon,
Pentecostal I Church who is housed in the old courthouse changing the angle of the then slant-in as an asphalt firm is doing some work
Ladies Auxiliary owned by the Board of Historical entrance so cars would be perpen- locally.
I Trustees. 7 : 1 r dicular to SR-230 when they stopped.The The county also wants to pave the

SUNDAY APRIL l' During the last three years the state tt slant-in entrance was termed a back entrances to the courthouse
EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE attorney's case load has steadily safety hazard and several wrecks Weldon Street, and the exit from the
till Hole Starke risen because of an increase in has occurred there over the years. inspection station..

Golf*Country Club violence in area prisons
'c30..m.. In March 1978 a request was made
by Whitworth to open a fulltime office F'I Night Meetings of Commission to End I

MONDAY APRIL 20 in Bradford County. Whitworth asked

BRADFORD CO. COMMISSION for space in the courthouse for two attorneys / I Night meetings of the Bradford and how soon it can be done. The fire !
Meeting00 p.m. a secretary and a fulltime I commission will doubt tax will be levied against home
..... investigator. On July 1, 1978 the move county end no owners in uncorporated areas of the
come to an Monday night April
BRADFORD COUNTY. was made. The state attorney's staff county.A .
20, unless somebody other than the
SCHOOL BOARD moved into the two offices on the board members, county staff and one-mill tax which will raise
north end of the courthouse adjacentto is .
; Meeting7:00: p.m. show some $120,000 proposed.See
.. the circuit judge' office formerly news reporters up. editorial and
" Chairman E.L. (Nook) Norman the county map
TUESDAY.APRIL21 occupied by the public! defender. showing the fire department stationson
r ,',_ declared his opposition to night
The defender forced to I'
public was editorial 4A.
COUNCIL the page
STARKE meetings at the April 6 board
move out of the new courthouse and
Meeting -7cOOpm. meeting. Norman said he'd be in the
since then the county has rented
outside.At hospital April 20. but to count his vote

space that time the witness and grand Pump Up against the night meetings., INSIDE........
Night meetings were put on a three-
< jury rooms were proposed for use as
:v/ I4z4 Two Sections
.rfMd month trial. basis at the suggestion of
the state attorney i offices. Softball League Season Starts MondayLeague newly-elected Commissioner SECTION At
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Judge Yawn,who was county judge N.w.\.P.' ...* 1A-3A
(904) 782-3931 i here when the new 'courthouse was ,play In Slarke'. adult Softball land yootli. baseball) start Monday Lawrence Mosley. But,'for the most Correspondence.-.Page/.
HOMES LOTS ACMAOI built In 1968 issued an'order'pro- night It's the time of year when local Softball dab meet oaUM the dugout and part in the latest test the public has Editorial.Page 4A

; AUTHORIZED DIAL .hibiting use of the grant jury,room "pump up" before hitting the field. Here Church of Cod of Starke does just thatbefore again failed to take advantage of the Society*,.*r. .... .. .;.Pages SA-7A
taking the field against Madisto St. .In a tournament game at Edw."" '* offer. Sport1.o.Pag.11A.1Ba4B

; tldcfies8 Road last weekend. Also due to come up Monday night Legal Real,Est.. ..... .Page IA
s OUTSIDE....li For accounts and picture of the Domino win 1w Brooker' Green Machine' is yet another round about the proposed SECTION Bt '

Log Home" win .la TbomatvUle.Ga. and the Water Chnrch tournament turn to page IB county fire tax. Attorney Dudley Brief:................Pag* 48 '
I t! 20% "chance of' rain' t(today*. .and.48 in'our 'B" Section.. For darks ** the Starke M_'. Open League that Hardy is expected to tell the county Obituaries:. t.y.... _.Page IB
\ J'J NHY.y301" H. P.p. Bo* 12810!: Thursday) ;.Friday. .- ,,Sunday. almost wasn't the Poor Boy Invitational. and Monday opening night league commissioner what has to be done Classified........ i Page 4BA7BP.
.0" ,"Lewtev, Fl. 3203 Fair. I : :; \ schedule 'ee page t-IIA. legally to Implement the ordinance.

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H ptQn, Clerk Instructed io! :Bring;: ''Records to.Qy.I'' Hall/by: ;: ''per '21 I :, ': I'


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i explain how
Hampton City Council hag voted Marshall Phillips added they stopped a speeder in Phillips reported the police depart cities tinancial.siluatien.as.of i the : I ing to Tallahassee operated.to the

unanimously to order,, City Clerk Gordon Working at Prison downtown Hampton recently. ment patrolled 2,648 miles during, the board meeting. 4.i < city Mayor is being Lott then took exception toRowland's
Wadsworth to bring all city Phillips reported that Burdick'sCETA last month on one shift used 256
and "I'll
statement replied
Mayor Hank Lott asked Marshall funds will end June 30. at cost of $368.77. made following which
records from his residence to his of- on gallons a ,lie the. report of He
fice in City Hall by Tuesday, April 21. Phillips if it was true that Phillips has "It is my intention to recommend at Curtis told Phillips that the police include: pay the $5.08 out my and pocket.
pulled a $5
The council will obtain a court been hired as a correctional officer at that time if Burdick wants the mar- department needs to make citationsso General revenue fund' balance reached In his pocket
the,tablein
order to make him comply, it told the Florida State Prison. Phillips replied shall's post that I will resign and the City of Hampton could start $7,743 alter paying $8,058.23 in bills' bill and put some change on

clerk at its monthly meeting Tuesday that he has started work at FSP and is recommend to council he be appointed getting some revenue back on.the. Water department account has front of him. that, several
Rowland
night April 14.Wadsworth. presently taking the training courses. to the Job" Phillips said. police department. $4,833.38. Wadsworth reported he col- He told mon-
had previously indicated Lott told Phillips that he thought it "If we have a telephone In the Councilwoman Wilma McDanieltold lected $1,143 in revenue this month ths ago Rowland was paid his salary

he would not bring the was illegal for the marshall to work at police station there will be no need to the board if we don't get some from water bills. while he was hospitalized and from did in-

records to city hall unless certain con- two jobs. patrol the city as much," Mayor Lott money coming in from the police Federal revenue sharing funds has juries sustained his job not
Phillips replied he has researchedthe said. department we should turn the whole check attend a council meeting.
ditions were met by council. He $6,783.90 in it after receiving a
Rowland that
he
wanted a fireproof file cabinet to state statutes and there is nothing Vice-chairperson Lola Williamson operation over to the Sheriff's Depart- for $656.A Lott also reminded
in them to prohibit him from holdingan out half the in had personally paid $5 of his water
place city records in, a safe and pointed people Hampton ment. heated discussion developed bet-
elected and bill while the councilman was in the
several more electrical outlets in the position working at don't have telephones. ween Councilman Chuck Rowlandand
small office. another job for the state. "There is not much breaking and Clerk Gives BriefingOn Mayor Lott over who authorized hospital.
For in the city clerk Lott asked when he could get entering and burglaries" Hart said. $5.08 bill for parts to repair a busted After things cooled down Mayor
many years
and marshall shared the small office. together with Phillips and backup officer "This town has quieted down from City Finances water pipe. Lott put the money back in his pocket
Burdick schedule couldbe Wadsworth briefed the board the and the bill was approved to be paid.
Last month a police office buildingwas so that a what it was two years ago. on None of the other council memberswere Wadsworth
Council did instruct to
worked out.
remodeled behind city hall next aware of the bill.
to the fire station where Marshall Lott indicated that the schedule "City of Hampton is supposed to be hold up paying water meter reader
Bluegrass Show Set Whitehead Farm
Fred Sr. and his of- would include one shift from at Rowland said. "If Sherman Newman until Newman sub-
Phillips backup run as a business
and mid- bill to the for his services.lORSAtl .
4-midnight the other from mits a city
ficer Allen Burdick moved to. we don't settle down we will all be go-
night to 8 a.m. The first three day Bluegrass Jam- Vance in the South Pacific in World ,
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The city patrol car is also kept In- held in War II. In 1979 the USS Neshanic --- -
stated boree ever Union County will -
side the building when it is not in use. the Phillips mayor at his convenience he would meet to draw with get underway tomorrow (Friday shipmates held a reunion at Jim and : .. .:': ."" :: ::: ,:. : : .,:: :',. 'i;;

Chairman Ted Curtis Sr. made the up the work schedule. April 17) and continue thru Sunday Jennie's High Country Music Park .
recommendation to council to have Burdick has had with an Easter Sunrise service at and Campground. During that reunion '

the Tuesday records April brought 21, and to city the hall other by to Phillips ride with reported him up until Monday 7:30: a.m. plans were made to hold a ( Ii itOk2 :p.M tE'[ I :t'M'' I'Nty ., :

April 13, because the paperwork gran- The Jamboree will be held at festival annaully in Union County ,
members of the board concurred.
office last ting the new officer a six-month Sheriff John Whitehead's Ranch off each Easter weekend. i', .. '; ;, ,/A.'io' '
Since Wadsworth took ;''i..J,
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C-237 between Starke and '
SR-I
waiver had not been received until on Featured acts include the Lewis ," '
October council has had problems that day.Burdick. Lake Butler. Family of Lincolnton Ga., Jim and I: .;" ., '..; : > : \ : ; '. ; :" ", ,\: ,::( '!jjii'.Y11'. {:: .., ,
and from
mail
records
getting city ;"il'
him. has started police stan- Show times rain or shine are Friday Jennie's High Country Grass, Sage ( : : :

Several months ago a special dards training according to Phillips. 7 p.m. to midnight, Saturday 1 p.m. Grass of Abbington Va., James l' ; i :ri e Lfo i : )[f ):; )

meeting was held in the office oi "Anytime council doesn't think I to midnight and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 Dockery and The Southern Bells of I ,'\\i.j.j'I""t":, ., "' ", ".. /< I; ,. .s" ,,:.'iBPINE .,
,
handle the I'll p.m. ;, !,., ,' ,' .
former J.J. Wolbert and can job, resign Auburndale Fla., and Spider \ :\ \ ) :"
city attorney said. The Jamboree is sponsored by Jim Webb's : ("I ,, ,' ', ; :' '\ '
Phillips Magic Spoons of Ft. Meade. 1: > '
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he recommended to council that a ,' 1 "B' "I" 'ifiJ''l''ij'O
solution to the problem would be to Wilton Hart told council the Florida and Jennie Vance of Crossnore There will also be buck dancing, ( .I"'A, '\'" :,",,,,"'"\ ownllouse'. ,. ", ;"I,, '" a. I ',"I. \"
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Highway Patrol is putting out more North Carolina. clogging, square dancing and a I" .1"1.
have the records kept in city hall.

citations than City of Hampton. He Sheriff.Whitehead served with Jim large stage for audience. ll: : X el :!:A S lfova.rr 6.r ,n, OUi! I fJ:; fA':f /' ,


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Dolores Meng

Phone 468-1915 ,
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ed It was decided to hold meetings the Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Collins over the 1-2: te 3 Bedroom Apts.

State Commander V.F.W.Organl M. Burns of 1st Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m. weekend. From .130 to .:27Sf

Orlando conducted services on Sun- Anyone who has served in the U.S. Mrs. Robin Smith and daughter, ian
Armed Forces in foreign countries is Shannon of Denver Is spending ;
old
day, April 12, at the Hampton SB
153O W. Madison
School for the induction of local eligible to join this organization.Hank several weeks with her husband'sparents f

veterans. This organization will be Lott or other V.F.W. members Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester pull mwsiiK Phone 964-6312: y .,
Florida Post may be contacted for more informa Smith. LENDERr.
known as the Hampton,

10577 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the tion. Among weekend visitors of Rev. .-.----------.. ........- .....,.........-------..------.--.
United States. Senior Citizens and Mrs. Ray Williams were Mr. and

George H. Barlow of Dunnellon, The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Mrs. Donald Williams, Scott and Service
the Deputy Chief Staff for the State of will meet Friday April 17, at 2 p.m., Denise of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. City Sunrise
Florida for the V.F.W. has been in the City Hall All are welcomelCongrotulaltons Emmitt Williams of Gainesville

recruiting in this area for some three Dorothy Ann Williams and her hus- :;, / _
months. He assisted in the induction Ken and Toni Fuqua of Hamptonare band of Memphis Tennessee.
the proud parents of their baby
ceremony when the following were Easter Sunday
daughter Krista Nichole born Aprils -
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welcomed to the organization: Bill Hampton Elementary School
Alderman, Carl L. Brown, Allen Bur- in Alachua General Hospital in PTA
Meeting
dick George Bates, John D. Gainesville. She weighed 8 lbs. 2 ozs. President 19 1981
Kathy Fenton presidedat April
and
measured 20 inches. She has a 4 ,
Hollifield Hank Lott James P.
old brother the meeting of the Hampton ,:
C.K.
Meece, Royce Joyner Fred Phillips, year Elementary PTA held at the school
Merrill Rhoden, Francis Meng Paternal grandparents are Kenneth Tuesday evening, April 7. 6:3O a.m.
and Caroline Fuqua of Starke.
Gerald Newman and Verdo Salter. Officers elected at this meetingwere
Maternal grandparents are Bill and
Wallace Collins and David Brown

were mentioned as among those who Betty. Stone of Hampton. Cathy Williams Inger Campen Vice President, President;.and; ,...... .... .... '" .. .. ..:'- ....:'..
wished to become members bufyenarn'I:"'v Recuperating ti" ? IJolene Friese, Treasurer 1'1 Starke GoU Cbb
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unable to attend the induction.,,",.',?. ,. Wallace Collins is recuperating at:: ; a u '. ., o:, a s. t::r., AJ.n ? ,b, ru Snt LnU'
Robert Rose of Alachua: ,'served... ail, home following recent open heart) u. Clarkrequlsted! l J" ,,Ii. r r run! Ie ,'i I I '..9 "*<' vXV<>K riuuniiU sad d'rat0: all. 111u: a jols3basv
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Chaplain for the cer inony. % 'surgery at the Veterans Hospital in -Principal'Connie .49th l
Gainesville. nominations for representatives to at-
Following voting by members tend a Luncheon in Tallahassee to be
Hank Lott, was presented the gavel to Sylvester Smith is home following (Bring own chair)
serve as Commander of the HamptonPost emergency treatment at the Veterans given by Mrs. Bob Graham on May your

10577. Royce Joyner was chosen Hospital last week. 1st. Inger Campen, JoAnn Horne, --.--..-..-------..--.-..--...,..........- .-.-..-...-- .......,.._. ..,........_-_.... .' ,....... ,
Mabel Sanders and Slater
Welcome Carolyn
Quartermaster Bill Alderman is
Senior Vice Commander, Fred Romeo and Dr. Laura Parado and were among those nominated. Mrs.
Phillips was named Junior Vice Commander family moved last week to their new Campen and Mrs. Home plan to attend
this Luncheon when Awards will
George Davis is Adjutant home on U.S. 301 South about one-
Francis Meng was named Chaplain fourth mile South of SR 18. Their be presented for School Volunteer.

James Meece is Post Trustee and children happy to be moved also are: Services. ;4

Verdo Salter was named Surgeon. Randy, Donna Cindy Patricia, Mark Mrs. Claudette Peterson's fourth

Duties of the various officers were ex and James. We hope they all like it grade class was awarded;;$10,for having

plained to members as they were in here! the best representation/pa::n ts
stalled. Congratualtions to Randy Parado at this meeting. '. *
who participated in the State Science /tf : '"rV: ; Xji. ; %' *
Hoyt Mann District Commander of Field Day > ; :?
the Lake Butler V.F.W. invited all to Fair held last week in St. Petersburg. Students from kindergarten, first *;- .: ;: -: -,'. f'F

attend the Convention planned for He was awarded $25 for his in- second and third grades enjoyed Friday -

May 3 in Lake City. teresting project which included April 10 at Silver Springs.. '
Virginia Barlow of Dunnellon scuba diving in icy waters. Back TO School "' A New: ; Shipment Fromf"j

assisted in preparing and serving Visitors Students and faculty. will be expected
fried fish and chicken baked beans Mrs. Lynn Knox and children. back at school on,, Monday. 'fI"J "

cole slaw, chips and tea preceeding Felicia and Christopher of Fayet- April 20, at 8 p.m.,following a,week of r : : ,
the ceremony. teville, Georgia, visited her parents. relaxation or work;* ,, 1 /a-Z-Jtoy
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by Elizabeth: Terry ny were Tuesday supper guests of her and sister Mr. anc j
Phone 7H.-iioo: : other son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Mrs. Truman Norman. f & Father's Day
'lIl'IU'U I .UTIVITIKS: and Mrs. James Phillips and family ., '
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first Baptist Church: The church of Lake Butler. all' "i,1'tr'
will have a weeks revival May 4 Randy Roberts of Fort Gordon Henry Hodges and daughter Sarah ( V. &
through May 10. Rev. T.T. Moore of Augusta Ga., spent the weekend with and son Hank and friend Stacey i t 1 :; .
Bristol Va., will be the Evangelist.An Jones of Raiford, attended the Stock n
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his wife and and other
invitation is extended to all to be relatives.We .Kelly family Car night.Races at Lake City,on .Saturday \

with
us. are happy to learn that Mrs.
Mrs.James Ellison of Jacksonville
(]rave United .Mrthwlisi: The Love
Family ministered this past week-end Mildred Griff of Starke was able to was a Sunday dinner guest of Petty sit
with the "CAMPERS FOR CHRIST" come home from Bradford County Officer First Class and Mrs. Joe Harris
Hospital on Friday.
and family.
in Hanna Park
Atlantic
group on
Pastor and Mrs. David Brown
Beach Mrs. Dora Smith
from Pen-
visited with their parents children Mr, and Mrs. Tom
Whaley and
sacola Florida the Founder of the
:Ministry was present along with Drs. and grandchildren while in Virginia. girls of Tampa, were Sunday dinner A
Mrs. James Mrs.
Bowman,
guests of their mother Mrs. Nellie
Rose and Steve Gyland. The Loves
Timothy Wilkerson of Lawtey and Wilkinson, and sister Mrs.
vile !><' furnishing the music for the Daisy
Mrs. Elizabeth Banzhof of Jacksonville -
Cram, >penmg of the "CAMPERS Boch. J
attended"WINNING WOMEN"of '"
KOK liKIST" Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and '
i huge retreat area "
Florida Retreat held at Lake Yale
Mrs. Jack
Estes visited Mr. Estes
tear Montgomery. Alabama this fall 1"
August 1316. Baptist Assembly, at Lake Yale, several times this week in Memorial "
April 3 through April 5.
Hospital in Jacksonville '
The Bible Study this Wednesday IQ
.
Pastor and Mrs. David Brown announced ( t
night will continue with the end-time the arrival of their grandson, Mrs. John Tye, Sr., had a birthday ,

prophecy discussion group. Kevin Foster Brown, who arrived party for two of her grandhcildren '
I'KHSONAI.S': : Johnetta Tye and Tracey .
Tuesday, April 7 in Virginia.Mrs. Talley on
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and Ruth Strickland of Panama CI- Sunday afternoon. They played

Nancy and their mother Mrs. Doss ty, returned home Saturday after games and won prizes. Their grandparents

gmbotham.. of Maxville. spent the spending a week with her brotherinlaw Mrs. Catherine Hilliard of O
weekend with her son-in-law and and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. J.B. S \C. .
daughter. Mr.and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and $
Green. Talley of Starke, were present. They ,
family' of Cape Coral. and served ice cake and 219
Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette. Jr.. cream birthday
!Mrs. David Kelly and son. Justin of Angela visited their mother Mrs. lemonade.The .

.lJck-;onville. spent the weekend with O.J. Boyette. Sr. of Lake City on family of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonmet
her (Brents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- Saturday night. While there they also at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Den

ell.Mr. visited with their brother and sister- ny Luke for a cookout on Saturday flotJraZdltI@
: and Mrs. George Kelly attended afternoon. cooked
in-law. Mr and Mrs. Earl Boyette of They hamburgers
the Masters Golf Tournament in Columbus. Ga., their brother and and hot dogs and everybody enjoyed
August! Ga.. over the weekend. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don

Mrs. Pete Starling and son. Daric of Boyette and family and brotherinlaw it.Mrs.. Nanette Daley and daughter

Jacksonville:: met their grandmother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Denise of Louisville Kentucky and
Mrs. Ola Starling and her uncle aunt Manning and family of Macclenny some friends came by to see Mrs.
and cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman Many Styles & Colors To
Mrs. Oscar Carter visited her son. James Waters on Thursday on their Choose ''From
and
Rhonda at First Baptist Richard Carter in Alachua General ,way home after spending their spring .
Church and were their Sunday dinner Hospital in Gainesville on Sunday vacation in Daytona.
guest. Also Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Staring afternoon. Mr.and Mrs. Robert Scott and sons. :
DENMARK
FUR-HITURE
and Amy of Starke and
Taylor Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent a of Orlando. spent the weekendwiththeir ,

Pastor and ,week with their son-in-law and parents. Mr and Mrs. Ray
Mrs :David Brown '
returned home daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Carroll Rosier. ;
Retreat. Monday from Rural and family of Boca Raton. Mrs. Debbie Scott of Clay Hill and Fiag6.45826

revival Mar.Virginia 30 thru after'a weeks J.C. Prevail. Jr.. of Gainesville, Mr. and ,Mrs David Scott and ; : 'i, !
April They hada
good revival. was a Saturday dinner guest of his children :were Sunday dinner guestsof

Mrs. O.J. Phillips and her son Dan mother Mrs. Carl Prevail and his Rosier.their parent.Mr. and Mrs. Ray






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Brooker Seeks Ordinance Revision, Water System MaintenanceRevising Jean Chitty is First Woman


city ordinances and Council Chairman Gene Melvin was The long pending Clay Electrical i been received ,from fines and I
maintenance on the water system requested to contact. an individual franchise surfaced again Monday forfeitures this month and;,his radar. I:::1 To Serve City Bond TrusteeJean
were the main topics covered at the, whom he knew who is a qualified with Wolbert Informing the council of unit is-back in operation. 1 as
Ap"UI3 Brooker Council meeting. water system maintenanceman to a letter which had been received from The old fay; is to be sold by sealed
Telling the council that some of the possibly look after the fcrooker utilityon the Keystone utility making it effective bid and is to (be stored near'the city Chitty first member to serve a vacancy on the bond trustees board
town's ordinances had not been revis- a contract basis.Councilman April 1. Wolbert said he is in hall until it can be disposed of. Advertisements on the three member City Board of :due to the resignation of Ted Oglesby
ed since the 1930's was City Attorney C.J. Stalnaker said "I possession of a receipt for a certified are to be posted iirftown by Bond Trustees was elected chairmanof At its meeting Tuesday April 21,
J.J. Wolbert. He said two ordinanceswere personally would like to have one man letter from which he had transmittedthe Clerk Linda Robinson to let people the board at its April 7 meeting. the Commission is expected to fill
in need of to check the whole when it to Electric last know of the
implementation as thing agreement Clay sale. Mrs. Chitty, an accountant in the another vacancy on the board causedby
soon as possible which dealt with occupational came time to discuss the contracting year and was in the process of sending The council requested Raulerson to School Board's finance section, was the resignation of long-time
licensing and emergency of the job.Further. them a letter asking why the attempt to discourage children from elected by the City Commission to fill member Ben Moxley who is moving
appeals to utility cut-offs. Wolbert water business was company denied having received the riding their bicycles down a concrete to a new home outside the city limits
said he would provide the council with brought up by Councilman Steve NIp- agreement.The drainage ditch in the Shady Oaks Sub- and will no longer be eligible to serve.
model ordinances with which to work per who presented a price quote of attorney indicated he would division. The ditch is steep and endsat
with before the next shceduled 5150 from PCI contractors to repair a pursue the matter of having the fran a pond with a concrete splillway. Chairman Chitty said several important -
meeting."We 2-inch hydrant broken about two chise backdated because of this. Apparently several youngsters have ) matters will be up for discus
need to get our ordinances years ago. It was accepted by the Checks are to be sent to the city dur- been injured though none seriously, sion at the next meeting including
started and I think it's a good thing, council with a request for Nipper to ing January and July of every year.In playing in the area. proposed, changes in electric rates
but we'll have to go by them said contact the contractor to give quotesfor requesting Town Marshal Tommy Councilmen Gene Melvin and Joe and procedures for purchasing items
Councilman Steve Nipper. several other repairs in the town. Raulerson to monitor the parking Tolleson who coach a T-Ball and ;such as truck tires and other suppliesfor
With the realization of their ordinance of heavy trucks on the side streets of Minor League team for kids asked the power plant. Any decision
situation the council re Brooker the council came face-to- the members to approve the purchase .p made will be in the form of recom-
quested Wolbert to assist them in Fire Guts face with the fact they had never of baseballs, caps and shirts for the mendation to the City Commission.The .
revising the entire inventory of ordinances adopted an ordinance to control this players. The council approved an expenditure new chairman said that in the
so things can be put in order. type of traffic in town. Acting on the of$200 for this. 1t future one member of the Bond
The next topic taken up was the hiring City HomeThe suggestion of Attorney Wolbert the Volunteer Fire Chief George Pierce Trustees will attend each meeting of
of a maintenance man for the council agreed to study a model or- won one and lost one request for funds the City Commission as a move
water system to do the required dinance which Wolbert said he would Monday when he made his report toward better communications bet
minor repairs on the pumps and eighth fire of 1981 with major provide the city prior to the next coun- Pierce was authorized to use$50 for a ween the two bodies.
chlorinator. These checks separate damage occured at 339 South Thompson cil meeting.The training session in Gainesville but lost Brad Carter is the third member of
from the mandated water testing are Street in Starke, at 10:05: p.m. marshal reported his new car his request for buying a pair of fire- the Bond Trustees.
required by Farmers Home Administration Tuesday April 14. a 1978 Ford LTD purchased from the boots for a fireman and lumber for a
to keep the new water The house was occupied by Donald Bradford County Sheriff's Office at hose rack.
system operating. and his family according to auction for $775 has the lights and
Stare 2nd. Lt. George D. Kelly
Fire Department records.MayorCommissioner
radio installed and the siren is to be -
Charles put in this week-end. Army 2nd Lt. George D. Kelly, Jr.
Jean
Schaefer told the Telegraph the fire Mrs. Chitty son of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Judge Yawn. Raulerson indicated $275.50 has George Kelly
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started from an electrical short between Public Notice School board accountant Jean Sr., of Lawtey recently completed an
(From Page IA) the walls of the wood frame Chitty is the first woman to serve as Infantry officer basic course at the
A native of Alachua County Enwallwas house. He pointed out there was extensive First Baptist Church The Community Development a city bond trustee and has been U.S.Army Infantry School, Fort Ben-
named Elwell's second assistantto water and smoke damage and lock Grant Office is now taking named chairperson. ning, Ga.

handle felony prosecution. At- the house was gutted by the fire. Concert Choir applications for' housing -- --- -- .
torney T.A. Yawn HI. Judge Yawn'sson SFD has been called to put out fires Presents CantataThis ehabilitation for Citizens in

is assigned the misdemeanor and at the Lester WiUmgham house at 128 Sunday evening (April 19) at Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S., D.C.
juvenile case load. North Orange Street a rental house he Northeast section of the
7:30: the Concert Choir of the
Pam Lawson is Elwell's secretary.Ann owned by Mrs. Lucille Green at p.m. ity of Starke. This section of
and West Call Street Garden First Baptist Church of Starke will Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C.
Haynes is Enwall's secretary Orange W.T. Jackson present a multi-media production of he City of Starke is known as
and Yawn's Linda Dixon has been hired as warehouse Restaurant Julia's Florist and Pat 'The Seven Last Words of Christ" by ello. Interested residents of
secretary. Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
Theodore DuBois.
Welch Surveyor's office on US-301, P
Wiley Clark is the investigator for The cantata from the classical his area should complete an
Martin Bait and Tackle Warehouse on
the state attorney's office here.
and 'Washington Street, and period features soloists and great pplication with the Communiy -
US-301
"I am happy. with the space provided the Hodges house. choral numbers. It is a very vivid Development Block Grant SR-21 North
for me,1' Enwall said Thursday
of the crucifixion of Jesus
April fl. "I will be running the nor- No estimate of the amount of description Christ. Office at City Hall, Monday Keystone Shops Suite 5
theast unit of the state attorney's of damage on Hodges house was
As the music is presented the story through Friday between the
available as the Telegraph went to
fice in Bradford
County. will be told visually through a program of Phone 4733604Hours
ours 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.This .
Enwall has been employed by Whit- press. of color slides which have been
worth since last August and worked in designed to follow along with the project is totally fundedy 9 a.m.1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m.
the Gainesville office prior to being
Church of God music. the Department of Housing
transferred to Starke.A The soloists for the evening are Don nd Urban Development.Jerry Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.
graduate of Gainesville High En- Pastor: Rev. Mel Drake Hardy, baritone; Carol Milner
wall football for the The Starke Church of God is
played Purple spon- Debbie Woodfin,
soprano; soprano; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursdays
Hurricanes under veteran coach Jim soring a Tri-City Easter sunrise service Esther Hardy soprano; Bob Milner Wadsworth
Niblack. He attended'' the Universityof at approximately 6:15: a.m. Sunday baritone; and Bill Floyd, tenor. The Director Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
the South in Sewannee Tenn. April 19. This special Tri-City accompanist is Charlene Francis.
where played football under the late service will consist of the Lawtey The public is cordially invited. Com. Development
Shirley Majors. Sampson City and Starke Churches of
Enwall earned his law degree from God. .
the University of Florida in The service will convene at the Elks Lodge #1802
Gainesville in 1973. He had a privatelaw Lake Sampson Boat ramp just west Installs OfficersThe
practice in Gainesville until join- of Trestle Road on the Starke side of

ing the state attorney's office. the lake. 1981-82 officers of Starke Elks
During a two week period beginning We, the pastors and congregations, Lodge 1802 were installed at the
April 20 Bradford County has ten- cordially Invite everyone to attend Monday night meeting of the lodge
tatively set 12 jury trials before Circuit this Historic Sunrise Service. April 6, 1981. w 'i
Judge R-A. (Buzzy) Green Jr. Host Pastors: The installation team was composed r
County Judge Elzie Sanders willfcwist Rev. Mel DrakeStarkeRev.
of: Jerome Johns, Acting Grand 1 R .:
: as an acting circuit judge on apppfltyflifipilS Alton ColemanLawteyRev. Exalted Ruler; Nealy McConnell Jr.,

b.y Judge Yawn Circuit., chief ,.Gene. .Bass-Sampson*..... City Maxie Carter, Jr.,,.. Inman Green
udge of the'Elghth Judicial Henry Spear Sid Shuford J.R. Wainwright -
Enwall m .ve..ct. .into 'hlat..neIN..office. .. Revival services are scheduled at and Warren Winkler. Y
April 7. UntiUhMhhe wwed out pf in-'" ." the'-Starke'Church' of God Sunday The new officers installed were:
1; vestigator's office while Clark has throughSaturday.. April"19-25. Services Vernon A. Nichols, Exalted Ruler;
been away working with a task forceof will begin Sunday at 7 p.m. and Don Rawlings Leading Knight;
investigators working on the continue nightly at 7:30 p,m. Frank Ottir.ger. Loyal Knight; Bill
Johnny Fort case at Union Correctional Rev. Earl Hungate state directorof Finucan, Lecturing Knight; Bill
Institution. Clark is expected to Evangelism in North Florida will Wilson, Sr., Secretary; Herbert
be back to his regular assignment in be the Evangelist. Evangelist Louth Treasurer; George W. Brown,
Bradford County shortly. Hungate Is a prominent minister well
Trustee; Inner Guard Bill Col-
Clerk Gib Brown says that Circuit known for his mastery of the Holy linsworth Tyler Tutlph Read and + haai1
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Judge Benjamin M. Tench has been Scriptures and his dynamic deliveryof Chaplain, J.D. Doyle. 5
elected chief judge effective July 1. the message. We invite everyone to The next regular meeting of the
So far no assignments have been Join us in worship during the course of Starke Lodge will be Monday, April
itin
this revival.
received from Judge Yawn about :
20, with a covered dish supper at 7
assignments of other judges. Judge Host Pastor tJf ui4'q'
pm. with the ladies. Elk meeting and +.
f Green has been assigned' to Starke on Rev.Mel Drake Elkette meeting at 8 p.m.
a,i permanent basis,,however.
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,., .$ Phone p64-' 683 School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Hunt will terminate the service for
? Citizens of Bradford a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. the day. r
fOlfcemed; Victory Temple of God: Worship service -
meeting of the Cone is held each Saturday 12 noon. Fellowship of Churches Easter '
rJs jtCitizens.*Xnc.1 will be held The membership cordially invited to Sunrise Service:
April-t 14 in the cafeteria of R.J.E..' attend. The Fellowship of Churches Easter
Morvtey7:30: p.m. All members and Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Sunrise service will be held at Iiii
citizens ere Invited to attend. Church: The Tiny Tots will rehearse Greater Allen A.M.E. Church beginn-
Bradford County Branch each day at 10:30: a.m. The Juniors ing at 5 a.m.All churches are asked to !
N.A.AXXP. will meet Monday April will rehearse each night 7:30 p.m. encourage members to attend.
Mifftnlthe; annex of Greater Allen Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30( i
Criaper p-.m. members\ and In- p.m. McKay's Circle and Lee's Circle Card Of Thanks
terested citizens are invited. will meet at Elizabeth Covington. The family of late Jennie Sewell
Banquet Blye's Circle will meet at Mammie would like to thank our many friendsfor
Plans are in the making for the McCutchen. Saturday ,the Junior the food,' flowers;and prayers in
N.A.A.C.P. annual Banquet May 23. church will present several skits.Sunday the loss of our mother and sister.
The cooperation of all members and Morning 6 a.m., annual Easter Thanks for the beautiful service and a
friends is needed for success. Sunrise.7:30 a.m. Breakfast. Sunday special thanks to the Haile Furneral
''Visitor School 9:30: a.m.' At 11 a.m. the Tiny Home. Once again we say thank you
Vernon Tyson of Jackson City Kansas Tots will present their segment of the for all your acts of kindness duringour
visited.his mother Mable Tyson Easter Program. Immediately after hour of bereavement.
and family after being away for thirteen -
years. They enjoyed seeing him

again.Family, GatheringA Pre-Season Inspection Fine Art

family gathering was enjoyed We Will Check
Friday April 10, at the home of
Jurutha DeSue. Visiting were Martha
DeSue of Miami and a friend Mr. III.II! I/ Coils x
Holmes of D.C.
Floyd Washington

The Church activities Activities were enjoyed. by all. ..:5.. Motors .Of

Pleasant Grove United Methodist HEATING r Compressors
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. The
Easter Program will be held at 3 p.m. COOLING PRODUCTS Freon .
Church of God In Christ: Sunday
School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship FiltersBeat "onversatlon.
11:20: a.m., with Minister Hue Anderson I/
Jr., conducting. YPWW at 5:30:
Night service at 7:30: the Summer
day 6:30 p.m. Adult Choir rehearses. Rush and Take
choir rehearsal Bible Band. Friday \
After Decorator telephones from Continental. Like a work of art
7:30: p.m., Pastoral Teaching. Advantage Of ,

.April There 20.24 will conducted be a revival by Bishop meeting C.D. Our these conversation pieces add.color and life to any room in your .

The is invited. .
public
Mt. Moriah United Methodist Pre-Season Inspection. Cowart is you home.Choose ;
Church: Sunday School.9:30: a.m.The from a variety of styles-design line decorators, trai?i

Easter the 11 a program.m. service.will The be presented Easter Egg in ,Distributor for cliti na1 phoneS and replicas of antique classics. And colors to suitevery t

Hunt will be held at 5 p.m.,Monday at Hell Central Air Conditioning .
the church decor.Wouldn't it be nice to add a decorator telephone to that ;

First Born Church of The Living Call For Your in' home? '
GodSunday School 10 a.m. Morning Today Inspection special room your "

Worship Evening Worship 11:30: a.m.7p.m.YPCW' ,6 p.m. Cowart Air' Conditioning .Call or visit your Continental Telephone rrp 5 ;

Greater Allen, Chapel:; [A.M.E.Church business office prPJione' Fair today.;And find VJLs =
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn
: tout
ing Worship 11 a.m.'Love' Feast'. .The ': /'H! Contractors all about.the fine;art of conversation 'Conant Telephone!
Easter '. ,
.Program \p.jn- l- ,!, '
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I Decision SoonThe *

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last night meeting of citizens and taxpayers of Lawtey

the Board of County Commissioners Bradford County as to Would Consolidation Correctional
whether efficiency and
may be held Mondayat
8 p.m.For economy would not be better
served by fewer fire depart-
jHeiObroren
ments in a county that, with Help Save Tax Dollars?

the second time, the 301 square miles, is the
board set up a trial period of smallest in area in the state

night meetings to give the (with the exception of Union

working people, who could not County). With eight volunteer

attend daytime meetings, an stations, plus one full-time
opportunity to be heard. But paid station in Starke, a top- Bradford DtY
in this latest test the public notch department at Lawtey *' RIver Kingsley Lake
New ;
failed again to take advantageof Correctional Institute, and

the offer. Therefore the two outside-the-county stations *
possibility of discontinuingthe that could be called on in

night meetings will be time of need-Kingsley Lake )

discussed Monday night.At and Keystone Heights- City aT Starke
Bradford County has 12 fire ,
stations at its service. \

this time it is expectedthat

the county attorney will .
report on his research of certain Union County, by contrast :i
has four BrOoker
legal aspects of the proposed only volunteer
'
fire tax district for support departments to handle the Theresa
of the eight volunteer fire needs of an area that is almostas 1

stations now operating in the large as Bradford County, *
county. The problem concerns and a population that is less .

monies from the fire than half. ,
using tax Graham Hampton }
district for fighting fires in the

incorporated towns of Hampton At one time during the con- 1 1I 1

Lawtey, and Brooker, troversy over the fire protec-
where residents did not vote tion set-up in Bradford County
for the fire tax district and the possibility was discussedof

will not be subject to the having a professional study

special one mill tax levy. It made of the needs of the coun-

has been proposed for these ty and how they could best be

towns to contract with the served, but this plan was
volunteer departments for abandoned because of the

this service on an annual cost. There is little doubt that

basis, or on a per-call rate. such a study would have call- I Letters to the Editor I '

The legality and mechanicsfor ed for fewer departments in .
Keystone
effecting such contractswill the county, and perhaps even Ilelghts .

likely be discussed Mon- recommended negotiatingwith Concerned Residents of Area Protest

day. the City of Starke, in 1*

some instances, for contractsto County Commission Action
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Another meeting of the Fire serve some of the outlying O! .
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Protection Committee, com- unincorporated areas.It : \ ,
posed of three county commis- At a recent meeting of the Bradford desirable to the county? Or is there .. ... .. 0 Ht'0; :.iw"I1..han" \
sioners and representatives of County Commissioners, we witnessedthe more to this decision than we were V. I
has always been a matterof ultimate In contemptible behavioron allowed to know? Mr. Carter's
the eight volunteer depart- the part of a group of elected of- response of "I don't have to accountto
ments will be held at 7:30 p.m. debate whether or not the ficials. We refer to the decision madeon you on this decision" is totally 4 ,
Thursday, April 23, at which full-time Starke departmentcould April 6, in which our county com- unacceptable. Pray tell if Mr. Carterdoesn't County Agents By : j
time final details of the proposed answer calls in certain missioners over-ruled the Zoning have to account to the people ,
locations quicker than unpaid Board's recommendation not to per. who elected him who does he have to Bobby .o3t.
special tax district will ..
Notebook
mit an industrial zoning within the ?
account to
be worked out for presentation volunteers, working at other confines of the "S-.arke IndustrialPark" Taylor '. ". J

to the County Commissionat Jobs, could possibly do. One On behalf of the residents of Lincoln ._ .... 1
its regular May 4 meeting. interested observer, in a City and Deerwood Subdivision, we
If approved by the commission horseback opinion, estimatedthat To say those of us opposed to this in- can jointly state that we do not oppose Good weather has made a big Toxaphine or Dylox 'b@its 'are r
dustrial rezoning were disappointedby growth in Bradford County. There change in growth of our recommended for the mole-crickets! t
the ordinance will be spring
the fire needsof the commissioners' decision wouldbe the
protection isn't one among us who opposed vegetables in the last few days. The You can get pretty good
temporWtcontrol
advertised and a public hear- the county could be served, an understatement. There is no commercial zoning request. We all, in cool nights and mild days were good if you have Irrigated, the area !{
ing held before final adoption.The through consolidation of shame in losing a fair battle; just a one way or another benefit by for strawberries but other crops or we have had som 'railf beftjre dt'
few wounds which in time would growth. Some of us in business ven- were slow to make i'1 I
departments at half the cost early growth. plying the bait. Put the bait OutlaW
heal. However to lose a fight before it tures, others in the use of more con- the 'wh'el'iI {
afternoon ;
estimated $123,000 to be of the present nine or ten begins, especially in the manner in sumer items and services. Even with warmer nights, our are< over 60 d ghee4 mfjjNf10temperatures /lt'rm
raised annually by the one departments now operating in which this one was lost; is not only a strawberries continue to look good. The bait must be fresk'axid1aj' tlgtl
mill levy in the unincor- the county. If this is the case, disgrace to our commissioners but an While some of us were out canvassing Harvest is not heavy but is steady when the mole cricket flelt" 11.
porated areas will not be a professional study by outrage to the residents of Bradford support for the opposition, we with fruit size and quality holding up near the surface.' iU ortJ Inom!
There wounds inflicted
County. were were confronted with the promise of well. Prices for strawberries has also .nlJi. 9'W gntb
divided up and distributed to disinterested professionalscould here that will not heal. They will be 62 new jobs to be opened by the open- held up. The berries have been worth The only materiaiw4; I 1appYoV'i.ted !
the eight volunteer stations to well be the.best money gingerly tended for whatever time it ing of this concrete plant. It was more at this stage of harvest than for fire ants is AmdrW Ii'iUKpe'ht"};
be spent as they desire. The the county ever spent.It takes to ensure our current county curious to note that during the they have been in recent years. sive, but it is effective ifl'Sjppll&I '1 ft0z
special tax funds would be ad commissioners are never reelectedto meeting the number dropped to 40. cording to directions oh the l lat 1.i III1&I''
ministered the and a position which allows them to We've lost 20 plus and construction Most fields are still being harvested (IIIllms ( >>
by county judgment on what is "best" for additional in-
pass hasn't begun. An for the Call
wholesale or commercial me at 964-6280 if ybuhhvd'ebmel
would be subject to the same is true that voters in the the residents of Bradford
County teresting note is that less than 5 people market. However, two or three of these problems-and need'idnl-eji1'
regulations and restrictionsas unincorporated areas endorsed whether we like it or not. are employed at the existing Den- growers have opened a portion of planation of the recommendbtionM>> bUll
other county funds. The the fire tax district in the ny facility already in operation. their fields to U-Pick-It. It will probably
special district will be subjectto straw ballot last fall. But Many questions went unanswered be three or four weeks before
during the course of this meeting, and There is more to the situation than
the of fields
state audit just like any some are now apparently hav- they are still unanswered.Why, when meets the eye. We feel it's the duty of public.majority are open to the Energy Efficient ,Itd'IfinetLearnbymail .
other department of county ing second thoughts about the within Bradford County there was the commissioners to account now for 1I1

government, and any expen- matter, and others already industrial zoning was it their actions. Back to vegetables, I have had a Course : .. rThe
diture over $100 must be say they necesary to zone industrial outside Concerned Residents, few calls about Offered
did not understand that added the limits? If this Deerwood young plants
concrete Subdivisionand
city
an plantis
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seedlings dying when they Extension Home-
before are only Economics
brought the entire
tax would be involved not fit for the city, is it any more Lincoln CityA
Board of County Commissioners a few days old. This problem is called Office will be offering a learnbymailseries
although this was stated on damping off and is caused by the soil- on energy conservation..rorrl'sidtmt
before being authorized. the ballot. Be that as it may, borne fungus "rlzoctonia." There is interested in reducing their
These, and many other those opposed as well as those Forestry in Bradford CountyBy no treatment after planting of seeds. energy bill and conserving America's
regulatory details will have to favoring the issue will energy resources. The course Is four-
have
be worked out before the an If you have had this problem, you teen weeks' long with a lessosn
opportunity to be heard at the might consider
treating your seeds automatically mailed to your home
tax district becomes
special future hearing on creation of Mark Fries before planting next time. Treat the each week.Course .
functional.The the special tax district. As seed by coating it with a fungicide like
usual in such Just as skin protects the human fungicide such as copper sulfate Thiram Captan, or Benlate. If you here like to enroll in this
question has been rais- cases the opinion body a tree's bark acts as a protec- should then be applied to all exposed ) ls no charge), call \
ed in the minds of some of the majority will likely tive covering for the same delicate wood. A spray bottle works well for You can also get good control of 9646280. Ext. 284 and leave your
prevail. tissues beneath it. When an opening is this purpose. "rizoctonia" and other soil-borne name and address or write to our of- '
made in this protective layer the sap- diseases and nematodes and some rice: Alicia M. Homrich. Extension t
wood of the tree will dry out. Wood- Finally,the wood should be covered weeds) by fumigating your garden Home Economics Agent P.O. ,
lOOInu; rotting fungi and boring insects, can with a good coat of asphalt-based tree before planting. Use Vapam or Fume Drawer 1028 Starke. Florida 32091.
SUN IS COMING- OMOUNT'AN then enter and cause decay. When paint. Such paint is available at most V according to directions on the label.
DCWNTHE this occurs a tree is in danger. garden supply stores. The course is beginning soon so i
/ Speaking of diseases I have noticed make your reservation now. A simple .
J With a little time and a minimum The tree can be left as is or the that many of our lawns are showing quiz will accompany each lesson so '
amount of money landowners can treated cavity can be covered for signs of brown patch or other lawn you can check your progress if you i
repair damaged trees and greatly Improve cosmetic purposes. A sheet of tin or diseases that were active last sum-' wish.

Idaho get its name from the Shoshone Indian word "e.-dah-how" their chances for long healthy copper makes a good covering.The mer and fall. This plus possibly Extension:
lives. some freeze damage is showing up as programs are open to all ,
meaning "Look the sun i Is coming down the mountain." first step in covering the uneven and patchy growth as lawns without regard to race colors sex or i
The first step is to remove all treated cavity is to remove a half-inch begin to green up and grow. I'll be national origin. ;
discolored and water soaked wood strip of bark from around the entire talking about this and possible treat t
with a wooden or rubber mallet and opening leaving a ledge of exposed ment programs in a few weeks. Sgt. Jinimle M..I.aoe I[
MIMaUiitiig chisel. This wood harbors the fungi wood. The exposed wood should be Sgt.! Jimmie M. Lane of Hattte
which causes rot. The interior of the shellacked immediately. A paper pat. Mole crickets and fire ants have M. Loggins of Starke. has son arrived for I.
; aU4 cavity should then be shaped to pre tern is then cut to fit the opening and been a problem all winter and are duty in Erlangen West Germany. 4 I. \
p. where overlap the half-inch ledge. The cop now beginning to cause
vent pockets water can ac- concern.They Lane, an operations
cumulate. per or tin sheet should be painted with are active in lawns, gardens pasturesand was previously supervisor*
assigned. at For
V tar or asphalt and then the sheet is other crops. Campbell
ISTAMISMIO lason + Next the edge of the cavity shouldbe nailed to the tree. The sheet should be Ky i.1

PubII.Ii.r1I.IM.w1 shaped so that the upper and lower painted with a rust preventing paint.
O.PIROUON-JOHN M.Mltlll.
ends gradually taper off to a long The paint also reduces glare and heat.
point. The bark should be cut with a
wiJ-...__u..d Ow.M.Lw r IM 1..0/1k. sharp knife to ensure smooth, clean The tree should grow callous tissue
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*t Mot IWt edges. Shellac should immediately be over the edge of the covering thus '

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OrhWM.M..M...-"...........Ms.Iw1F1711 ., drying of the tissues. In addition the ,:111'Mo.t
/ / -.- alcohol In the shellac acts further information call me at
as a good female l bats bear a
tingl !baby'bet'.aeh,
sterilizing agent. 964-6280. ext. 219. summr?


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Miss 'Rose Etta Richardson, Cf 11lootif J
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daughter: of ,Mr and Mrs. Tillman /1/
Richardson of Starke and Joseph R. .
McKenna, son of Mr. and Mrs. r. d.1J;'i'arf' ewJ !
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Charles R. McKenna of Jacksonvillewere r'ne
united in marriage March 27 at 3 i ? .u. 964- 760$
pm. in the Madison Street Baptist }

CHurch with Rev. Robert C. Gillis i V.__ '.h_.: *
performing the nuptials. '
Centering the altar was a fern ,
covered arch flanked by two large 0 /.....:.....u... }lho Earl DobbsTo The Royce Joyners
bouquets of gladiolus, daisies, carna- \:.: Celebrate 50th Entertain At
tions and bachelor buttons. Anniversary Apr. 26 Rehearsal Dinner
Mrs. Julia Ripphnger organist and ,
Mrs. Jackie Chapman, soloist, Mi ."ilil\lrs, I Earl: Dobbs or Raifordwill Mr and Mrs. Royce Joyner entertained .
presented a program of nuptial 1 nil(,.l hi r die I their golden wedding at a rehearsal dinner Thursday -
music. anirt'n.u'y i Sunday, April 26, from 2 Apnl 9 for their son. Mark and
Richard McKenna attended his I to i LI m ,u ,i reception given by then fiancee Rhea Corhetl at the Starke
brother as best man. Ushers were tli'In'; t i, .u i ho Lakeside (Community Church of God Fellowship Hall priorto
Rocky Ford and Pete Richardson. n,"i 1de, i in lake Huller the ouple's wedding rehearsal
Miss Linda Richardson served her ,r' 'J 1 In couple i will repeal their vows at
sister as maid of honor, and Miss ..q ? p in The shaped tables were covered
Mary Richardson sister of the bride, All li muds rind relatives are invited with lace cloths! over pink linen The
was bridal attendant. They were attired I : lo itimlDul head table was centered with a silver
alike in floor length pale yellow ) candelabra and single candlesticks:

) chiffon over taffeta gowns with em- 'fuu Know.Mi ........... entwined with pink azaleas Silver
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waist line and entwined with
pire yellow chiffon candle holders pink
cape. They each wore a pale yellow azaleas were placed down the lengthof
wide brim nylon hat and carried spring luting" the senior adult the tables! Place cards marked the
bouquets of daisies/ carnationsand > 'DI,' '1,1',1 i !limn Madison Street Hap seating arrangement of the immediate .
baby's breath. list t i 'inn, di April 911 at Lake Yak* .. ,. families and the wedding
. The bride given in marriage by her \"::nilnwar, Loesburg wore Mr SIn and-:Mis- "---KarlDobbs- party.
J father, wore a white satin gown with :.mil '11'J: T Lawson, Vanity
t tiny pleats in the front, scoop neck, M.I\I\ i1 i Mi 1 and Mis ClarenceCo -
7 lace trim over the bodice in the front ''' |''M I ill and !lilt s. Chilli's Si'nil, The couple presented gifts of ap'|
1 which extended the length of the Mrsln \ Luetini. Mr mil :Sirs: :Mi nut I Mrs A. Russell Norman pi'eciation to the wedding party. They''
gown. Her lace covered head band II.1 J I .ion, 1lts1.1"1': SK' inr i '.I-IIl-j, her sister. Mrs. Rachel lien presented bridal handkerchiefs with
/ secured her fingertip veil of illusion. AIiuliihs 1V'jdi.nut'' Mis: :MirOv" in.nk, in a hospital in Longwood Kl their names and wedding date
t She carried a small white bible topped Air. and Mrs. Joseph McKenna "( \ ll I 1,4 i -.1 i "iiin' crocheted on them to their mothers

! with a bouquet of .yellow roses. --- -_.1/-- -.. --- ---..' -. ._ --
pale pink carnations and baby's Janice Saucer
i breath. David BaldwinTo t
1 A reception was held in the church .... .., .
Fellowship Hall. Karen McKenna Wed April 24 .
kept the bride's book. All the tables Miss Janice Saucer daughter of
! were bordered with greenery and spr- Mrs. Leona Saucer, and David: U
ing flowers. Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
The bride's table was covered with Baldwin, all of Starke, will be unitedin
a white lace cloth over linen and marriage Friday, April 2&, at 8 Tookwha
I centered with a wedding cake. Blon-
p.m. in the l Knst PresbyterianChurch.
k k nie Derkman and Estell Wise cut the .
,I cake. All friends and relatives are invitedto ,
, The punch table was covered attend.
. similar to the bride's table and
centered with a crystal punch bowl at
which presided.Carrie Ford and Susie Byers I Food Fair has

I' The groom's table was covered with .
. a beige cutwork cloth and centered ,-
with a groom's cake. Faye Blalock
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and Janice Browning cut the cake. / ,,, ,
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J! Assisting!) in serving-were Pat f J.( E t "
Lawson, Jackie Chapman" Shirley AA Ib I'.a S. e r .. .." '" : ;:
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Following a "wedding trip to
\ Daytona Beach the couple is residingat

The Orange bride Park is a graduate of Bradford

,,I, Technologist.High School and is an X-raj \ w',4'iii' : i

I Mr. McKenna graduated from
, Terry Parker High School and attended ..." t
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Afffe: '11, r.1.'f Confirmation' 1. !t, / ,, v '
Mr.rfnp?,Mrs..,Randy Johns had a Mr. ami :.Mrs. Itulfm iriffis
afrfl yi dnn| r, Sunday at their homonKnypleyitftk
following the confirm Mr. & Mrs. Muffin Griffis
rna-ty<. 9f, taughter; Jennifer, atthf celebrate: 60th Y r..
riyngsejvta,, e at First United
4 !;it. bur"I\.L.. ... Mr. and Mrs. Huffm Griffis will be
r mong the family members attending honored on their 60th wedding an-
r were Mrs. Philip Maguire, Mrs. niversary with'a reception Sunday ': c :
J.11 ..Qitlb/"ci.MissElise' Jones of Apnl"26, at New River New Congregational ,
1
. GaigvjUerl MrsruBob Noblest'and Methodist Church from & 4
song lMllhtwll1and; ) 'Charles of Mandarin 3 to S p.m. ; b : : t
,.p&r gi bite Akridge and children, The reception will be given by \Iliur
Steven and Kathy of Lake Butler and children'Agl1(':{Pugh of Fort VVftrth,. ,. r 4 I,f? 4't'
M4 Ai("hMl<*sDarbyfMr. : : and Mrs. Texas; Virginia Cersey, LdVon w
S.l ffeoJoluifiviJir.,bMrs.' H.M. Richardeand Waters Gene Griffis and Lois ;1t9,
Mfl84HC>Ritch of Starke.' Tucked of Jacksonville."I'hg con'-,.,1
pie have 11 grandchildren, five great,,
grandchildren anp'.ot,!' .>elgreat.! great. .
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They were married April i I 20.1921'in d wolin.ltl 1)
Starke I /
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honored at a diriher party last Thurs- all friends and! icUillVcs are 'invi tell f I. lll,
day night. .given,by Mr and Mrs. J.L. to attend. No gifts please. '.. A, .. (k kunr
Womack,and Mr.and, Mrs. George ---
Copeland at the home pf the latter. "fl''

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arrangement of red roses. Ga. to with her 68' PER
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I 1 Breakfast Pianothon and Dinner Theatre ? .1 '.,.I
:-T---T Engaged Couple May ,

d Brunch HonoreesMiss Wrap up Woman's Club Activities for Club YearThe
:, i Brenda Roberts and Scott
Baker, whose marriage will be an
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R A ., event of May 2, were honored at a Slarke Woman's Club made Mother". Tickets will be available at from Germany, who is the teacher
_-; champagne brunch Sunday held at plans for three outstanding activitiesfor $8.50 each. visiting here with exchange students.
: the Ravines Golf Club Restaurant in May to conclude their club year,
Middleburg with Mr. and Mrs at the annual report luncheon April Meeting
Charles Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. Carl meeting on Wednesday, April, at 12 Prior to the Wednesday, April 8 Mrs. Wachholz gave an informativetalk
Minx as hosts. noon at the club house. meeting, chaired by president Mrs. in which she compared schools: in
I- The guests delighted in a lovely W.H. Thomson, a delicious luncheonwas Germany with Bradford High School.
: view of Black Creek from the dining May BreakfastThe served by Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Stating that she and the students like
room of the club which is nestled May Breakfast, including installation chairman and her committee.The our school and are pleased that typing
\ among the trees. The dining tables of officers will be held on dining tables held Easter Is offered as a subject, as it is not of-
were covered In Ravines green linen Saturday, May 16, at 11:30: a.m. decorations of bunnies and colored fered in their school.
cloths centered with floral bouquetsof Hostesses will be Mrs. D.W, Whif- eggs.
yellow mums baby's breath and ii'ii. chairman, Mrs. Joan Chitty, cochairman The annual reports of committee
assorted greenery with a candle in the Mrs. Carlos Hernandez, chairmen were given. Mrs. Thomson asked the coopera-
center of each.A Mrs Molly Sarnt, Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. D.W. Whiffen introduced as tion of club members in the upcomingMay
.r. .,. separate table held a two-tier i !Mrs Frank Brown, Mrs. George guest speaker, Mrs. Gisila Wachholz events.
decorated cake in honor of Brenda Copeland, Mrs. Huston McClane, -
and Scott and it had a fresh flower top !Mrs Mary Ann Toth Mrs. J.C. L.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Chasleen; especially made to match the flowerson TI'acynn Kelly Hobbs, Mrs. Michael Gilhooly, Mrs. -
I each table. The buffet centerpiecewas Raymond Howe and Mrs. Guy C. Ed-
I a huge fruit tray beautifully done wards. Archie Tanner a ,
Becky Bozarth. with assorted fresh fruits including Tracy Ann Kelly, The Junior Woman's Club will cater
large fresh strawberries from Brad the! Breakfast and members of the
J. Roy Chasteen ford County. John A, Torode, Jr. Little Women's Club will serve. FuneraiHromeSefJin9
Married March 9 The guests included the wedding To Wed June 20 Tickets at $3.50 each are available
party husbands and wives; including from Mrs. Whiffen and her committee :1
Becky Jo Bozarth, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts,Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Kelly of) Archie M. Tanker!
Marvin Bozarth of Yarmouth, Iowa Richard Roberts from Starke; Mr. Lawtey, announce the engagementand F .
and Mrs.Janet CLuney of Burlington, and Mrs. William Baker and David approaching marriage of their Pin nothon All h'v'\ __
Iowa and James Roy Chasteen, III, Ann John A.
Baker from Switzerland. Fl.; Mr. and daughter, Tracy to A Pianothon will be given on Tues -
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen of Mrs. Billy Robshaw of St. Augustine; Torode, Jr., of Starke, son of Mr. and day, May 26, beginning at 6 p.m. _.... )....__. .:.
Orlando, Fl., formerly of Starke, Miss Karen Rands of Jacksonvilleand Mrs. John A. Torode, Sr. of Kingsley under the direction of Mrs. L.A. -. --'
were united in marriage March 9th. Miss Cheryl Brown of East Lake. unova. Refreshments will be served.
Rev. Hal Hanson performed the Palatka. The wedding is planned for June 20
nuptials at the candlelight ceremony The honored couple was presentedwith at 2:30: pm. in the First United Dinner Theater
in the Nederland, Colo. home of the Starke.
a kitchen appliance and Miss Methodist Church, The Dinner-Theater will be held
friends couple with relatives and close Roberts with a corsage of white car- Miss Kelly is a 1978 graduate of :May 29, 30 and June 4, 5 and 6 in the
present. nations from their hosts as a memento Bradford High School. Club house.
Miss Debbie Bozarth of Denver, of the occasion. Mr. Torode Is a 1969 graduate of Richard Jockel and the Bradford Complete Modern Facilities
Colo. attended her sister as maid of Bradford Starke.
High Hwy 301
honor. Rich Dombroski of St. Players will present "That's Not'My S. 964.5757

Petersburg, Fl. served Mr. Chasteenas
best man.
The bride is a 1973 graduate of

Iowa.Mediapolis The High groom School graduated, Mediapolis from our family to your

Bradford High School in the class of tfom
1968 and received a B.S. Degree in
Business Administration in 1972 from
the University of Florida.J. I
Roy is the grandson of Mr. Roy w ...-.;
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Chasteen of Keystone Heights and the "'!. :- rz2 1' W
late Jessie Chasteen. Maternal grand- t.. II R
parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. ,
Hugh L. Brownlee of Starke. j'f '..\. I A ""l W ") I\bi(\ / !

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Gill Brown, son of Mrs. Ann P. snw, S v\\ I.t Shop earlyall storesMAXWELL
Brown attended the Florida Walking ..
Horse Assn. Trail Ride at Floral City f' 1
over the weekend. L. I
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Jimmy and Scott Miller of Jackson- y
ville are spending their Easter break Tina Collier 1 1'O P FLORIDA PPFNNY
this week with their grandparents, Keith Northrup
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller.
Miss Tina Collier,

Mrs. J.G. Jackson and Mrs. Daisy Keith Northrup PI1n114 a0R11AL.ryn
Shutt visited Mrs. Ila Rain in Engagement Told 48
Chiefland last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Collier an-
nounce the engagement and approaching -
Mrs. Ruth (J.D.) Griffis of marriage of their
Theressa had back surgery Tuesdayin daughter, Tina Marie, to Keith Paul -0a-- X111
North Florida Regional Hospital. of Mr. and Mrs.
Northrup, son Lyle HARD RIPE FRESH LONG CRISP
Northrup, all of Starke. HOUSE
LARGETOMATOES FRESHCOFFEE
D.A. of Miss Collier is a junior at Bradford INSTANT GREENCUKES y A 1
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson
Salisbury, N. C., were the weekend High School.
CARROTS.
Mr. Northrup graduated from
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of Cecelia Terwillegar.Capt.

guests. and Mrs. John Myers were Bradford employed Jacksonville.The High by Giffen's School. and Roofing is presently Com- .. $369 :l 79t; 6/$1 LB i i100z j.

and Mrs.Jerry pany in
weekend guests of Mr. OWN' CELLO-_...
Moran before moving to their new wedding is planned for June 13. JAR BAG t-'

home in Tequesta.Rev. SAVE 30' SAVE 50' PER LB SAVE 20 SAVE 1!.

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Mrs. Joe Starling. Cat Litter S119 3' Tea BagsMarshmallows45 S139 2abe. ::: BlackeyePeas3/l r:1 6' Sweet Corn5/88.JBo;;;

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and family of Tam GROWNCabbageGREEM ...
Mrs. Ron Kelly r.J:: r.t: :
with her 53 43 'o Tomato Sauce39c rt
pa are spending this week !.! ) ualO i2
mother, Mrs. Jack Trawick at 1 GENERIC 24oi B IL. 29oi CAN In BRUCE! 14.Sol CAN-CONTAOINA JUICY. FLORIDAGrapefruit ;'

over Kingsley the weekend Lake. Joining will be the Mr.family Kelly SyrUp.
Trawick and 31oi JAR 81 SO. FT. ASSORTED! OR DECORATED 301 PKG. 'INSTANT MASHED POTATOES BUNCH.URGE CALIFORNIABroccoli78c <
and family Mr.of and Lake Mrs.City.Buddy Greg Alan Sterling Kosher Dills_79* [13!!] Scott Towels_65* r.I f1': Hungry Jack14/l'" r.t!.! I'0 D'!. !. '

GENERIC-8401 |2o>. DAR 2 LB. FVNE TASTEGrapeJelly FRESH
Miami Mr. and were Mrs.weekend Charles guests Durkee of Mrs.of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Starling of Fruit Punch_97* [2 8"I Lunch Meat_99* 1 1 o1 -| 99C [!!I Green Peppers5/l [E3! J :'

Ann P. Brown and Carl L. Johns. Lawtey announce the birth of a son, 1801 MOIST 460.BTL. PANTRY PRIDEVegetable u.s. EXTRA FANCY RED OR GOLDEN __
Greg Alan, born April 2 in St. Vincent's ltF 89 0 oil s179 1 1 01 Bath Soap4$1IBol t.6' AppleS DELICIOUS) LB48 M. :
: Hospital in Jacksonville.
Panama ,
of City
Tommy Reddish GENERIC. 1801 CAN CUT Jot- NESTEA REGULAR PACK CAN.OSAGE COUNTRY STAND.Mushrooms.Le$16
Drew was visiting Reddish his, over parents the,Mr.weekend.and Mrs. Carolyn Maternal Holmes grandmother of Starke. Paternal is Mrs. Green Beans_3/l r.J!!:: Iced Tea Nix 199 :za:: Field Peas.Folger'sCoffee$3". 39C GJla.So. :: M. ::

grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dick GENERIC.agog YELLOW CLING .01. BEDROOM. FOREST .. 2Ooi CELLO BAG-ASSORTED __
Vincent D. Lewis of Kingsley Lake, Starling of Lawtey. Peaches (sucEi )_69* rJ 20' Renuzlt Soud2/$1 'a Pizza A 1'1 59 C16o [!!) Greens OrSPI"ACH98 I"!*!

had open heart surgery Friday in St. Did You Know........... GENERIC. 5oiOrange 4801 JAR VLASIC POLISH OR :: .CAN PANTRY PRIDE CUT r.t: PACKAGED FRESH DAILY
Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville. Soda_84 6S Kosher Dills--II49 Green Beans_3/l LJ! Slaw or Salad48< 0SWEET :
Mrs. Stan Reddish of and Mr 20y .
Tampa .
and Hazen of GENERIC IboaSweet flee CAN 06AG8Blackeye .0.JAR INSTANT JUICY.Anjou .
Mr. Mrs.
Ft.and Lauderdale Mrs. Bruce were Ivey weekend and children visitorsof of Gainesville were last Aubrey Friday visitorsof ReUsh69oCOINERIC. \\2V\\ Peas 39* \ :]\ g PearsL.58 OilBUNCH. :

the Lewis'. Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. ISO COUNT C1 I loi CAN. DEL MONTE LB BAQ.RED.. E.P.OR DRIPFolger'sCoffee229 .LOCAL GROWN
6 9* \24'\ t: r.:1 rI r.I:
Napkins TomatoesSTEWED)49 I!!) Onions
GREEN79C
Mrs. N.C. McConnell ofOlusteewas ) t=.I ( LJ!
Mr. and Mrs.T.T. of Man ,
Langston .
of GENERIC.2 IBSPancake DU MU D.PDIT R,4 DR W DA PEW. 4o DECAFFEINATED INSTANTCoffee US. NO. |. FRESH IDANOGSPKJI"RPotatoes
to visitor her
Saturday Monday son
ning, S.C. were Wednesday to Satur and Mr. and Mrs. Mix 79C 4a Dr.: Pepper 4/el T2' $242 rI 39 [ I
day visitors of his sister. Mrs. Arlin daughter-in-law, HIGH POINT) t=.I 10.o'2 3aIlme
McKnight. Nealy McConnell, Jr.

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Del Monte Del Monte # (***
An Invitation sSjKrefisafeVEGETABLE '- "' IGREEfl : J2.6i! '
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'''to'share'with 'Easter 24o* Hit Del Monte Del Monte
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**: the message of hope and irrmortality.{ .I11lf B
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nor lU. THAN' UO 00. 1t."Q.' 'OOIP" '....'. AOO OUR KOnCOI.OH FILM "T J IAII :Miirch 3.6.:\ I His! project !k study. ofmixiilieiiiK
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Vickie Carver is Finalist in Gay Co-op's Youth Tour to Washington Contest .


Vickie Lynn Carver 17, of Starke Is Inc. of Keystone Heights. tions each about cooperative related
one of eight finalists in the Youth Tour Miss Carver is the daughter of Mr. subjects and a couple of impromptu

I to Washington.D.C. Contest spon- and Mrs. J.T. Carver of Starke and a I questions about current events.
sored by Clay Electric Cooperative junior at Bradford High School. Besides being graded on the correct-

...-. ness of I their answers the contestantswill
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be graded on their poise and other
abilities to communicate.The .
EQUITY LOANS finalists include: Scott Harmon

and Jill Eland of Keystone Heights

Up to $25,000on F High School Elizabeth Surrency of

Hawthorne( ) High School, Karen Mar- a
1st or 2nd P Mortgages chman (nl! Bnarwood School, Palatka; 1.
Jannettf !Frailer of Palatka High

School. Frederick Eubank of
Let Southern Discount Company be your i Gainesville' High School, and Mary ,
r
total
finance company. We specialize In a Annette Shadd of Union County High
v rr.rj HOMEOWNERS LOAN PLAN that can .,lAI1+I School,
: "L provide you with a large amount of money Il, t The lour winners will leave for

r without disturbing your present mortgage Washington, DC June 14 to spend an r
in
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any wayl educational week with hundreds of

other young people from throughoutthe If'to I'.
a Use this money for bill consolidation, home nation.

4 Improvement such as room additions a. new Besides visits to the White (House .

'"' F car boat swimming pool,or any of the other and Capitol the young people will be
-- things you've been wanting! We can make it --- visiting the Smithsonian Institute al,
kiF
happen! Washington Monument Lincoln and tNF

Vicki Carver Jefferson Memorials, K.H.I. Building { A
Right now decide how much cash you need, Youth Tour Finalist and other interesting places. '. _At
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then ." .... ..
stop in or phone us. That's all you haveto : ')" ;:
do that '"
just simple You'll be surprisedhow
Vickie is an honor student at BUS, a .
easy it is to arrange your loan and how Regional Science Fair winner and ,.. .. M
small your monthly payments can be with P
was first runner-up in the 1981 Brad- ;f1r.
1st and 2nd ; :
mortgages. ,
ford County Strawberry Queen Spc.5 Joyce. llolton tI' "" ...
Pageant.The t.f .;;;
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L. Ballon niece of Mr.
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Spec Joyce a" .,
I Your house may simply be loaded with cash! from over eight 400 finalists essays of were 750 selected to 1,000 and Mrs. Ruth Berry of Lawtey. has r.Ji ',+ '-

FimmER INFORMITION Call er Iitit l oar M...l" staff f....,. words on the topic of "Using Elec- completed leadership course a U.S.at Army Fort Benning primary, ,,-. :: '

3'3414FOR tricity in Today's World." ... ..,

3 SOUTHERN DISCOUNT COMPANY Next phase of the 1981 Youth Tour. Ga.Students received training in supervisory ..;... M"tA'w., .J..
Contest will be an oral quiz set for .
3M", Monday evening May 4, at 7:30: p.m. small unit training techniques .
964-5010 118 1 III, Walnut St., Starka in the Co-op's conference room In in
essential to a first-line supervisor a
Mr. anil .Mrs. Hale Joints
...)...to or owl 9.11./. ...t( Ik.Hmii.l.l."1... .lUMP,MyiM.1, ftiltowl.tofmflM Keystone Heights.The shop or office environment. '
finalists will be asked five ques.

Katherine Hamner and Dale Johns .1


Married March 21 in GainesvilleKatherine

family we wish you a
; Anne Hamner daughterof roses with baby's breath and fern.A .

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers rect'ptionas held in the church
Hamner II of Dade City and Dale Cultural Hull. Mrs. Janice Crowell

Clendon Johns, son of Mr. and !Mrs kept the bride's book and the bride
Charles E. Johns of Starke repeatedtheir and groom stood( in the receiving line.

mltw''I wedding vows Saturday March At points of interest in the hall were
E 21, at 2 p.m. at the Church of Jesus palms and baskets of silk (lowers and
.sr' Christ of Latter baby's breath.
tl i' "I Day Saints in
vN ;jl' 1 \Q( \\ r Gainesville with Bishop Winston The bride's table was covered witha
ij
? Homer Barber performing the nup- lace cloth and centered with a three-
tials. tiered, pillared cake encircled with

$ closed Easter Sunday -... \ baskets of spring flowers. Miss Karen l llutchins cut the cake.

Mr Johns attended his son as best The punch table was covered sameas
man. Ushers were Brian Johns. the bride's table and was centered

brother of the groom. Harry with a crystal: punch bowl. Pouring
Chambers Hamner HI brother of the punch were the bride's sisters: Jean

1 bride. Jack Watson and Paul Hut- Marie and Nancy Lee ILimner.
1 1 chins. Carolyn Howie assisted: in serving.

Given in marriage by her father. The bride graduated from the
TURKEYS HOT DOGS the bride wore a white chiffon gown University ot Florida u ith a BA in

AnN09 over white taffeta with chantilly lace French and is currently working for
Nnnl19 trimming the neckline, empire I the Slate ol Florida.Mr. .
9HAHK1 0 bodice long sleeves and around the Johns graduated from Bradford
QKWOiiy vUTT hem of the skirt. Tiny seed pearls also High( School and Santa "ol'Junior

rORTION-, ER t. decorated the bodice. Her Juliet cap College and is presently attending the
"" "'" decorated with seed pearls securedher University! ol Florida working! for a

chapel length veil. She carried a degree in chenucalenguu'ering. I Ill'ls

vl cascade bouquet of pink and white also working par! timealiiinDixie..

LYRES OR FARMLAND BONELESSDINNER BONELESS BEEP SLICED JEMNIE-O
LIGHT DARK MEAt RAKE M' SERVE .... I
.; SHOULDERROASTS QUARTERPORK TURKEY Did You Know... ...


HAMS E alr LOIN PAN ROAST 111and Mrs. U.K.!: Graddick ofDol Kaitorcl KppiTson: : and il.iughlerMrs.
: 1I.tIIl'lil.t'lIl': visited relati\es
$178 f $ ha n. Ala. were Lawson.recent visitors of in Biisliiu'll: and SI. Petersburg: over
38 Mr. mid Mrs.! J.T.
$188 } HUYI I weekend..
3'' p ulU OVER $298
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rt.1.t LB 2 LB .J ont.s('raft !Shop
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: ... !01 3 LOS LO J PAN 213 I; K.: Call !SI. :Mr. and :Mi's..1 U. Sl'\% nWIlI' and
,4. EA': PER.LB SAVE 70. PER LB SAVE 30. PER LB SAVE I.OO !UiI-illI:1( : : sons. Doug and! Hal. spent Sunday
with :Mr. iind\ :Mrs :Marion l ll.iirmgton:
Ails & Cm.rt Supplies
and family Ormonil Hcach.Mrs. .
"1 Also.\ll-Orciision Oiris :
..prNrwti yOU tvtllrwr VOU trr.rner YOU "...I.+. YOG
L'r'_. P ,:::. SAVE COMPARE ,," l II 1. : :::R PER SAVE LS COMPARE ,:,',l. Sava COMPARE ,.:' ",,,n SAVE .. : !. W II.'I'h11nlS0nand :Mrs .1 :M.lil.ickshcar .
rE/u PER LB rN'c. INlce' ru11oY Mr. and !Mrs. W.. Frick attendedthe
.......t _1 "' PMFtHPIA,OHOA,' rHFMlUn,GRADE' Blue Angels air hhoIn Sanfordover : spent Thursd.i.x: lo Sundayfisiling
PRUI MSUrp.&. .CHO v'-otRtIRC111YrIrl- a flCHO r fl Clrn/"iN DVIMIU.'I'M "rNN Hoi CUP AXCLRODS ITALIAN' I I20, P110 LYIIESA"'ERICA"" Iricnds: and relatives \in :M nlieello. -
r:1: : r=! : r-t: Ihe weekend in which t their son.
Sirloin Steak La92 qo Fryer C6MBINATION PACKAGE' LB98 1201 Ricotta Cheese 2M H Cooked Ham 198 sor Alt lUcky Erick participated.. Tallahassee. : and Panacea.

.'fir2j.jo: AlfbeerlUGS 2 TO 4 IBS- LAND FROST SMOKED" ICED CUP. PANTRY' PRIDE I...ai PltO.-MEAT OR SEU
ROASTTRLBS178: .1'.31 20 r t ::: 0 and Mrs. Carl Fields III l Dr. and Mrs: Phillip Jacnhs: and
Clau.k I Turkey HamLB$168 [301 Sour Cream 73 122J Welners :L.lS8' :Mr. :51)115111 Uosl.Mi: Height" :"VY': nrnvcMoiulay
..lilt'ksjnVllIl''isitt'd :Mrs. J.H. Fields
oA1 jRCGGc.' lOolPKQ. MATIAWSStuffed eo.PKO..PANTRYPR/DE Hot PKQ BUnnVLAnD 81 ICEDBeefBolognafl28 : lo spend a week with her
I' r=! ::: r:1: and :Mr. <11111I1': !!. Herbert Green on
Starving Beef LB$1 |2QJ30'- Clams-!!98I 70' Cream Cheese 75C E J J94oa )o'OYgIL4Se :Sunday. null)hI" '. :Mrs. 1111 Thomson, at

: !)slli> ATTIE MIX 01 PKQ.-MArtAWS CUP. PANTRY PRIDE CREAMED" KOI PRO. CWALTNtV GREAT Kingslev, l.ake
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Great. Ground Ln9 Ov Shrimp Roll ---!138 30Isol- Cottage Cheese 128 Hlloi Fr inksCHICKEN98( ) z0outt4 :Mrs.Ht'clclish"l''e:Mamie Lou ,Kdwardsand.: Sunday. dinnerguestsol :Mrs.Drew Mr. am I.Mrs: :o.IWII'IIIIII.1II1I111I1I a nilson.

.t..tOO''OIO''O .u..o rtrare0uteneu vANnu' PKQ.. PANTRY PRIDE SLICED KoIPKd< PAISAnO Nor C SFET" Paul returned Siinil.ty Irom 10lays
::: J r.:1: Mr. and Mrs. Hex 1V. :Mixou.Sr .
Beef Liver_i |3Q'| Meat Entrees1M OinglCS* (AMERICAN)..914o JL I l'"l! Sausage (ITALIAN)) .-! 98 a : in Jacksonville Also visiting the u..Il with IIIT parents.) :Mr. and

OVENS) LSa1MORED WHOLE OR HALF STICK. 'r QE"'ERIC..PACKAGI. 1(01 ROLL- CAROLINA PRIDE' Mixon: \\"t'l'eIr.: and :Mrs. Hex \V.Mixon. :\11':'. KIlMvnrtli: .l.uk-on in 1V'islerVlie. ,

Slab Bacorli.M.LS78! < 'r fzoH! Sausage (LIVER) Ls5o !=!J Spread Qtr's._33* H: Sausage B8c r:1)o'trlRmAr : Jr. and daughter ('hl'i Iiltl". IdNt'w Chambli'o.. .l.mirs C.i anil anil.Inn:Mr II.million ami :Mrs.in
: : York City. The :Mixon's were
TI1l'sda'ilituj.s Gary; II.million ami I.iiiuly in Tmvoa.
( ul'11's.: Edwards: in
......0.'OCI VVrRlTDMiV Ir,....Ar vou : Ga.;
COMPARE U.5HU, '';Nrcr':::* SAVE vou COMPARE/ t fro d Pn'.'.0.::0.R SAVE COMPARE CBsBJ> 'S': '"VE COMPAREIF' :'ern;. Starko.

[\ :Mr... al1ll11': !!. John U.I Warren and "01 FROZEN PANTRY PRIDE FLORIDA' 28oi. CONDITIONERS' ta PAK. PANTRYRIDE >4oi BTl..PANTRY PHIOE' :: I." !:. C.illSI.
r.:1: 39 r:=t r.:1 r:1 fa nulyof: ,tlexanulrial'a.aIit'isIIinghis "'
Juice (ORANGE) 2/88C la Shampoo (SUAVEXI. q0. ROMS (PARTY FLAKE) 59* U3jI1PAK Waffle Syrup9<* 20 parents :Mr. and :Mrs. .l.l.War- !IliI-iI.EI, ::t
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list FROZEN 20., EXTRA STRENGTH CAPSULES PANTRY PRIDE! 1 LB PKQ. PANTRY PRIDE' BUTTFRMILK" "ren 1 his week. \is\ I i .lit SuppliesVlsn

Bagels (AssoR' !o>_2I0o /$1 0: Dexatrim 249 r J..J=1 RollS (CLOVERLEAF) 5 9* r.:1!.!j PancakeMix87 Jones Crafl :
Shop
I.Sei. ANTI PERSPIRANT 701- MILL LANK FARM' flat | those alti'iuling. .. Ihe luneiMlnl
> PROzEN-AUNT JEMIMA BOX- PANTRY PRIDE!: :
r:=t 1 I ICull: :
r-J J I r.:1: 213! ; St.
Waffles 59 Dry Idea RotL.oN_139 40' Angel F od..1:1L99:: Ezllfo Corn Flakes _99CSoi. : 'aI !Ni;s i-i6k: :{ Philip i Mum la5t'I'hnrslt.ry, in LiveOak
I''t.II's: .1 :M Kl.ii'kshear.' : .
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rROeen ronnoneuAeO > LOAF. PANTRY/RIDE/BENCH' KIKXCIXAn \i l Is A." ( 1'IIrt Supplies
28o SUAVE BALSAM REO4JLAM
U I Thomson. :Mrs' .F .1. Sh :Mrs.Harry .
$ 139 2/l tzl 49: GdI'.t \Ko Ail-On';i>!.m (;ilNMr II. l\\
129' Z0. Stick Bread Soy Sauce
Party Pizzas Conditioner '111111' Mrs.: John (;1'111111.11'14: .
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Chcsier, \\ iiDolph Knlilish. and

t George Vive I
: and Mrs., K.A. Colson

USTCRiNEJIOUTH KING SIZEBREAD PARADISE celebrated I heirloth wedding tinnivcrsary Tina' 1 L. Ifruwn., ilaiiKhler ol 11.... amiMrs.

fj BUCKET Frid.ty night with dinner at :JlIll.lyd Hl-own IIIIark:; ,'
Steak lI"IISl'1
llu Western Steer -
gradual! I Iron) Ihe l ni\crsily ol
WASH' .;vo.tiyjv.MONOGRAM' ding \1t'I'l'1: r. and :Mrs. 1-aKiii1 I
'- :Smith; E'IIt'll' Li Tampa '''March: IK.
Will ol' Ormonil IIt'iU'h.11': and
Kims
She reei'i\ei! her IS.'t. degree inelementary
:\II'!!. :Mark :Moody' and Mr: and :Mrs.Wilbur ,
L'.hl'allllll. She j is a
Waters of; Slurko and Ilicirfamilies.
member Kappa I Delt.i Pi. an honor
Mieiely in eiIdeation.. ,
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BHS Students Bring Home Awards
s1llESma llslllYot
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tITRIAL:::: 81ZE t.I::::::: Z801 From from State Science Fair
TOP JOB APPLEJUICE
SCHAEFER MR.CLEANER. CLEAN .
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2'9 $154 Itniilforil llixli'! !* li-sludoiil con- vironnu'iital I KiliicMtinn.: ( FouiuUition

BEER ALL PURPOSE IUCULARQRrtATURAL liniii'iil 1 ( lo I lie Florida Slate :Science; for the Iwst rojovi| .t in ecology ".' on- ,

uYa 2lo Fair in HiMilonlon carte hack with virnnnu'ntiil studios. ills was a study
e $ EPIC N' ....0. one I tap ID show illl iind two 'olhor' of t the propcrtios{ I of :sprinxvaur .at .

', '149 SPAn COMET $139 N|>fciiil awards in l''l1pt.tlliunilh ilillVri'iit depths| !, t
PACK' 5 8
ta IcArjl" '' $233 CLEANSER- 640a somv (BIN*) high MchiM! Science projivlMIroni Vk'kio Carver also. a junior won' ut' r.
.. ..' 1 CLEANER around t the sUilc. "Tl, illicit I i-iml i-oliir |MMor from the '
,...... mtmmmnummmirffvvrriiv SAve 30' Mike: \\lul fen ii HI IS senior. got an .American Speech and HearingAsMieialion. !

: fMum ,VNIS,1.IOsa AVE ". ItllSUE room low ,.............. ,..-....'0 j. hnn"I' IIll') nu'iilioii plaque for placingin ,"Ill' ol three awarded. i
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,I ."n,., lIMIIAMIIIII. AiClvL Net Nr*(OftIK pot IlIOUNAPNICAI'..0". APS NOI 1 Iho lop 10 out ofW: projects in (he with her work entitled '(;irapholo
woo S'
CO Ak's"i! ; 13PEC1AL Senior Division! of KiiKinorrinKAlso: ( ami Speech I'jillerns. !)<> They (Cor r
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rRr gg Guarantee t gg i' :Mike won ii modal unit button I'l'om' n-latowithU. } '
s t,,., r("' a 1 :"::,', the Honda Foundation of FutureSciontist
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10. w Trl.n:1: ; .nls. .D g FOR TI \ *. Whill'on will take purl iiVIhe Also"inikhtg: the trip lo the SlateScien'g

i Hel1Z j\ '} 'FOOD Pale Wilt 9AVI YOU "MONEOn rouROTALPDOO Bill OH W| WILL .ttI b o ( Inl'TiVAtional Science Fair'lo<< he' Knir' and receiving ('('r. \

.. t'dtMHII"f Double the Difference in Cash! ; .. hold \1il\vuukoe.: Wise.. :May 1t.16. tifit'iilcH'l >t' Participation were!
Coff'ievM @ S! g. l.'nlrllntit'lIl freshmen Tummy: Mann tend Kclli
tp 2:1 nf Iwo I the 4u
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FREE! I H'
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I I ; WJXT Sports Director '
LEGflLS NOTICE:; ta file' with the IN THE CIRCUIT COUR ,IMx
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lerk"of, the above court FOR BRADFORD COUN
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"a written' statement of' TV, FLORIDA. PROBATI Paul Cameron Guest SpeakerOf
IN ink \.I"\.UII any claim or demand DIVISION Case) No ; 4
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. EIGHTH Ihoy may have. Each 81-23-CP File No. W

COURT. MIDDLE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN claim must be In writing 1.3282.In : r ClubMore
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE Starke Kiwanis
AND FOR BRADFORD and must Indicate the re: Estate of LLOYC '
DIVI COUNTY, FLORIDA. basis for the claim the G. EDWARDS Deceased

UNITED SION. STATES OF PROBATE DIVISION, name and address of the NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION

AMERICA. Cose No. 8126CP. creditor or his agent or needs to be done to give Kiwanis has sponsored a magic show,

Plaintiff In ,.: Estate o attorney, and the retarded citizens a chance to participate a dream girl pageant and proceeds
VI CHARLES E. HENLEY amount claimed. If the TO ALL PERSONS HAVING in events that make them feel from the banquet to raise funds for

BENNIE J. JONES. SR. Deceased. claim is not yet due, the CLAIMS AGAINST THE OR like a winner, WJXT sports director Special Olympics, said Andy Jordan
NOTICE OF date when it will become DEMANDS Starke county coordinator for Special Olym-
and ELIZABETH V. ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL I Paul Cameron told the
JONES his wifo. ADMINISTRATIONThe due shall be staled If OTHER PERSONS IN. Kiwanis Club banquet Thursday, pics. A Softball team will be formed
the claim Is contingent orunliqulda'ed
J and concessions connected with it will
Defendants.Coto' the nature TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: \pril 9.Sixtysix.
No. SO.988.Clv-J. administration ol shall YOU ARE HEREBY persons heard Camerontalk funnel more dollars into the program.

WC the HENLEY estate deceased of CHARLES File E of be the stated.uncertainty If the claim is NOTIFIED that the administration about the Special Olympics Program Slides of the special Olympics in

AMENDED of the for the retarded. Cameron Bradford County last month were
secured the security
Number 81-26-CP, Is
ORDER OFSERVICE pending In the Circuit shall be described. The estate of LLOYD G. ED. Special Sports... acted as a consultant to WJXT television shown by Mike Cooney.

BY Court for Bradford' County claimant shall deliver WARDS. deceased File Mike Cooney program chairman on a Special Olympics broadcast Cameron congratulated the

PUBLICATION Florida, Probate Division sufficient copies of the Number 1-3282 Is pending for Kiwanis. presents plaque of tired last year. Kiwanis involvement and effort the
Th. Court being ad. the address of' claim to the clerk ti in the Circuit Court to Paul Cameron TV-4 appreciation After a steak dinner at the Western club has put forth in the past year.

wliod by Plaintiff United which Is Bradford Count) noble the clerk to malone for Bradford County, sp rtscaster. Steer Steakhouse Kiwanis membersand Program Chairman Mike Cooney
States of America, that Courthouse, North Tern copy to each personal Florida Probate Division the public were shown the presented Cameron with a plaque of
ervlce by publicationcould pie Avenue Starke representative the address of Kiwanis' Involvement in Special appreciation for his service to Special
not b. completedby Florida 32091. The name All persons interests I which Is P.O. Drawer B.SIork. Olympics in Bradford County. Olympics.
April 13, 1981, the and address of' the Per In the estate to whom c ., Florida 32091. -
dato tot forth In Ibis sonal Representativeand copy of this Notice of Administration The personal representative ---
Court's Order of Service of the PersonalRepresentative's has beer of the estate Is

by Publication enteredon attorney moiled are required LG. EDWARDS. JR.. nHBR Rc>nBHBBBBB B
February 27 1981 ore set forth WITHIN THREE MONTHS whose address is 8307:)
hereby amends Its Order below: FROM THE DATE OF THE S.W. 142nd Avenue, Now open under

as follows: FIRST PUBLICATION OF E-214 Miami, Florida i
This cause came to b.hood All interested persons file and address Management
are required to file, with THIS NOTICE to any 13183. The name New
upon the verified objections they mayhave of the personalrepresentative's
the court WITHIN THREE
motion of Plaintiff for an that challenges the attorney Service
order for service by MONTHS FROM THE of the decedent'swill forth below
DATE OF THE FIRST validity is set : Edwards Safety s\
publication and it appearing PUBLICATION OF THIS the qualifications of All persons having *'

has been that brought this for actlor tht NOTICE: (I) All claims the personal represemtative claims or demands US301&HWY sat: 7.1 pm (
enforcement of lien against the estate, and ,, or the venue or against the estate are f OPEN M-F 7 am 6 pm
a
of' the Court. WITHIN THREE
(urlsdicllon required. "-
against real propertysituated ((2)) any objection by an 1
ALL CLAIMS MONTHS FROM THE
within the Middle ,interested person to PS About Your
DEMANDS AND 08JEC DATE OF THE FIRST o
District of Florida and whom notice was mailed, f g EndS '
TIONS NOT SO FILED \ Front
the PUBLICATION OF THIS Brakes
that challenges
described follows :
as : WILL BE' FOREVER BAR NOTICE to file with the o & Repair
,
Lot 8, DENNY HEIGHTS validity of the will, the Air Cond. Service
qualifications' of the clerk of the above courta L--
Commence at the NW personal REDDate
Alignment
of the first written statement of Tire
'
corner of the SW/. of the representative .
of publication of this Noticeof any claim or demand
SW/4 of Section 22 venue or jurisdiction

Township 6 South Rang. the court. Administration: April they may have. Each t _u m_______ __ __ --- -- -
ALL CLAIMS AND OB 9. 1981. claim must be in writing
22 East Bradford County
JECTIONS NOT SO FILEC /s/Marjone A. Murphy and must Indicate the
Florida and rurNorth
89 degrees and 4C WILL BE FOREVER BAR As Personal basis for the claim the :
minutes East 831.82 fee Representative of the name and address of the Classified Ads Get Results TJlLi: i--

to a point thence rur REDDate' of the first Estate Deceased.of JANE MILLS, creditor or his agent orattorney +t

South 0 degrees, 47 publication of' this Noticeof and the
ATTORNEY FOR PER- claimed. If the
"minutes West 25 feet toooint Administration: April amount Joyous
of beginning. Con 9, 1981. SONAL REPRESENTATIVE claim Is not yet due, the .

Inuo South 0 degrees, 47 Rosemary Henley : George H. date when It will become
minutes West, 175 feet PIERCE & HARDY P.A.. Pierce P.O. Drawer due shall be stated. If EASTER

to a point thence North Dudley P. Hardy. P.O. 1030, Starke Florida the claim Is contingent or Bradford-Union Realtors News
32091. Telephone ((904)964W ) unliquidated, the natureof
89 degrees, 40 minutes Drawer 1030, Starke
East 60.69 feet. Thence Florida 32091. 5701 the uncertainty shall f

Northeasterly on the arc (904/964.BI68)( ), 4/9 2tchq 416NOTICE be stated. If the claim Is Bradford-Unton Board of Realtors Announce

>f a curve 36.11 1 foot to a 4/9 2tchg 4/16. OF secured the security
APPLICATIONFOR shall be described The Private Property Week and Contest
K>lnt, thence North 0 i\
degrees, 47 minutes TAX DEED :lalmont shall deliver April 19 April 25 .
East 84.99 feet thence IN THE CIRCUIT COUR1 NOTICE IS HEREBY sufficient copies of the (" 'fa', 1i:!f.\. .
COUN : .
South 89 degrees, 40 FOR BRADFORD GIVEN that J.R. S LOIST. claim to the clerk to \/ '
minutes West 89.5 feet. TV, FLORIDA. PROBATE -aUlllNGTON./ theholder {,enable the clerk to mailone Th. private property Improvement contest would consist of two categories, residential ,'i,::: .. \'\'. ....,_. .
DIVISION. Case No." and commercial. Since the board covers two counties th.r. will be two divisions J-.
of the following / : beach I
47 Thence minutes North East 0 degrees 75 feet, 81-24:; CP ? )'.> > '"l. ,.' 'certlfitates'haj Hlea" said **sonol copy representative.All per. one for Bradford and bn. for Union Counties reason that the Board sponsors this .--*., "' ":t "" .... .. 9J! .
"
thence South 89 degrees, In re: Estate of JANE certificates for a tax persons InterestedIn contest Is to remind our neighbors that the right to own transfer and use) land Is fundamental ", 'J, t \ rf "

40 minutes West 2.41 MILLS, Deceased deed to be .issued the estate to whom a to our free enterprise)system and the only way to keep these essential privateproperty .w .w: ; ... ( 'r.

foot to a point of beginn NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION thereon The certificate' copy of this Notice of Administration rights Is to protect them. t W i..t:

ing. All lying in Section numbers and years of issuance has been To be eligible to enter the contest you must have Improved property sometime between .. .
22 Township 6 South the description mailed are required, May I, I960 and have completed before April 30 1981. The Residential' entries I ; : 'd:
22 East Bradford TO ALL PERSONS HAVING of the and the THREE MONTHS Includes ,<"' ;'
Rang. CLAIMS OR property WITHIN may consist of homes or apartments, Interior and exterior. Commercial Interioror J ,
County Florida, THE names in which it was FROM THE DATE OF THE exterior Improvements. The winners of this contest will receive gifts from merchants I Z-i -- "" .),. ., /
and it further appearingthat DEMANDS AGAINST assessed ore as follows FIRST PUBLICATION OF In Bradford/Union area. So If you have made a change In your home or business In the l ,' :H, i f.
AND ALL
ABOVE ESTATE 4
Defendant Elizabeth PERSONS INTERESTED Certificate No. 177. THIS NOTICE, to file any past year why not enter? All you need to do Is fill out your ,) .... .< ( : f" '
V. Jones cannot be served OTHER Year of Issuance 1978 objections they may Name .. ( kip'. y
within the State a'' IN THE ESTATE: Description of Property have that challenges the :..w1 I f ., ,P Pl "
Florida and that she hat YOU ARE HEREBY LOTS 70 A 72 ON j 't" ,,,, ,
; administration PINE validity of the decedent'swill 'Add ass. 1 :.. "", ...
NOTIFIED that the
not voluntarily appearecheroin OF CRYSTAL LAKE the qualifications" of I < )
It Is therefore of the HOMESITES. SEC 1 TWP. \ l '
: : the personal representative -j
estate of JANE MILLS, Phone Category_(Ccommerclol) (Rresidentlal) l Y 1:1-:
.
ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: 8 5.. R.22.NOI"e or the venue or i ..
1. Defendant ElizabethV. deceased File, Number in which assebsid jurisdiction of the Court. j r\RI. '' lIS :erLo .
Jones shall appear In 81.241.CP, is pending in Olga T. S Robert D ALL CLAIMS. Location el Property I F'v t, -: t.I t.r' E ,- ,RI'
for ,
the Circuit Court
1'
this cause and plead to tterbury. DEMANDS. AND OBJECTiONS "., 'If)
the complaint filed Bradford County All of said property NOT SO FILED Division (Interior/exterior). ..... ) AId

herein on or before May Florida. Probate Dlvision. oeing in the County of WILL BE FOREVER BAR. ,
4, 1981; or in default' the address of Bradford State of RED Mail entry to 1451.1.5
thereof the Court shall which Is, Starke. Florida Florida. Date of the first 221 W. Lafayette St. When you care enough to' ':. 'dfu

proceed to judgment in )2091 The personal Unless such certificate/ publication of this Notice! 510'..., Fla.' af9s
this cause to the extent epresentative of the or certificates shall be of Administration: April send the very best Hallmark' ;:

provided for by Section estate Is MARJORIE redeemed according to 9, 1981. The oaf: of area Judges have been chosen by the board to select the winners In this i><..,'AHhl I l

1655. Title 28, United ARLENE MURPHY, whose law the property described /s/l.G. Edwards, Jr., year's contest. They will be In contact with you as to the time they will judge your entry. .... "
States Code, as if said address is Route 2. Box in such certificate, or As Personal Representative The Office Shop
1075. Starke Florida Who knows you may be) the lucky winner, and the winners property will appear In The
Defendant had been
certificates will be
sold of the Estate of '
served with 32091 The name and address the bidder Bradford' County Telegraph.All 110 W. Call 964-5764
processwithin to highest at LLOYD G. EDWARDS
the State of of the personalrepresentative's the court house door on Deceased. entries should be presented with a before and after photo of any size, black B.
Florida attorney white or color bearing entrants name, address and phone number on back of photo.
the 20th day of May ATTORNEY FOR PER.
2. This order be are set forth SONAL REPRESEN- Deadline enter Is April 30. 1981.

published In a below: 1981.Dated this I 1st day of TAJTIVE': Richard E. Wel All entries become the property of Bradford-Union Board of Reqltors, Inc. and no

newspaper of general All persons having April. 1981.GIL8ERT ly, P.O.* Box 995 954 photos will be returned.No ftaipl. Bryan Real
circulation in Bradford claims or demands S. BROWN, North Temple Avenue Realtor or Realtor Assoc. or their Immediate family may enter Estate-

County Florida; not less against the estate' are CLERKs fay Beulah M. Starke, Florida 32091. The Bradford/Union Board of Realtors Issue a codlallnvltollon to all local residents

han once each week for required, WITHIN THREE Moody Clerk of Circuit Telephone ((904)) observe Private Property Week and to participate In our contest. 310 W. Call Sf.rTJ.

sin consecutive weeks MONTHS FROM THE Court of Bradford County 964 8050. Some of the local sponsors are: Holiday Inn Dimple's Style Center Leila's. Bradford (Cor. US 301 & Call St.)
prior to the return date ATE OF THE FIRST Florida. 4/9 4tchg 4/30. Square Florist Sonny' Real Pit Barbecue, Denmark Furniture, Acm. Hardware and LJ3
herelnabove designated, 'UBLICATION OF THIS 4/9 4tchg 4/30 Harry Green Auto Parts.HEAL. \ 9&4l.87flfl. ANYTIME_-
DONE AND ORDEREDat
Jacksonville. Florida AY-FRIDAY'-5 p.m. SATURDAY'.'2

this 11th day of March I Evenings and Sundays by appointment
'
1981. Ralph P. Bryan REALTOR
.
/I/William I
Castogna,
United States District ESTATE BUYS : i'FOR RENT Modern brick home 3BR. 2B, fom. rm..
Judge. I fireplace. $350.00 mo.
3/26 6tchg 4/30 I

NOTICE OF [COUNTRY CLUB. like n.w.I.1t: 2 lath Fom. Room with

INTENTIONTO I fireplace, cent heot/olr, w/w carpet closed garage,
REGISTER I$17,000 equity B assume $50.000 mortgage 13%. total

FICTITIOUS I price 47000.

NAME

ERR 0"% ASSUMMABLR MORTGAGE TO QUALIFIED BUYER en

Pursuant to Section Jjthl* nearly! new masonry home > 4 bedroom 2Yt both. .
863.09 Florida Statutes, FAULKNER fireplace cent heot/olr .....000..

notice is hereby given I [oS ACRES |just out of city limit. Zoned for home or I
that the undersigned REALTY I mobile home $7,000.
LAWRENCE MOSLEY I

1915 N. Temple Ave. MINT CONDITION Inside and out on almost I acre ,In
Starke, Fl. 32091, sole 9&4-5OS5 (B Riea1 Estate town-J IR 2 full bath Black home .IR Fam. Rm. .Cent.

owner, doing businessunder You cm trust a r-r Heot/elr Almost' new 'stove Ref t. dishwasher *
the firm name of Santa Fe Luke
MOSLEY TIRE CO., 1915N. REALTORU4 at AJ ion 9847828988.N.' Temple, Rustic cypress IL stucco [ $45.000.

Temple Ave., Starke. '-.- dame that ha everything | eMOOERN BRICK HOME Just Inside .
Fl. 32091 Intends to City on 1 acre :3 I.
register sold fictitious '221 Lofoyette St. Across from Wishbone GEORGI ROBIRTS-Iroker you'd ever went. 4bedrooms. 1 Both > '.m. Rm. Fire Flee Cent Heot/olr" closed
.
name under the provisions Office Space For Rent I ASSOCIATES! 2 full bath, 2 j garage B pecan" trees Can pay equity and assume 10/ %
of aforesaid Weekends end Evening Call stone fireplaces, central Mtg. of .,pro.. S2V.500. Total cost$4',*00.I .
Wch.rd heat 8 elr. boat dock
Robert
statute.Dated. PINEWOOQ SUBDIVISION 3BR. II: Assumable Mortgage T44-CMS Ann Godwin 44-5(51
this 7th day of ., patsy Slice..M4-57 Mermen Heddlng.' 'U-59' separate guest cottoa*. A i I *Ne t 2 BR Frame Co,. Lot Screened-ln front porch .
April. A.D. 1981 in Bradford '. Mm I. Smith'"-'217 must ta see-II".100.00. I closed In bock porch. 22500.

Florida. 4/9 4tcp I:5".ACRES1\ % OOWN. Improved pasture. Owner HOMIS-STARK I t

4/30. aoR1Nla Financed.' : :' .... IB, Ire sera*.. W\O. (at-Calllm PI. I Bellev$2.000 Down Itl A I 'GRAHAM RD. 2 BR.Frame on 2 acres with pecan, pear,

*.: .'ram* .hem. ... I Ml with werehouie-W.lftU'lt. 2 bedroemhorn I'flIL citrus trees room for another home or mobile

NOTICE OF !r:15: R8UTY TWO BEDROOM Stucco-Only' 111,000.) .2... 11. Bick. Fenced! 425 Hnsw--. Dr. 'will finance* for SI the 0.000.balenc Owner I horn end rent hawse Reduced to $25,000.

INTENTIONTO .JBR, I'All. Block. Ufa. lltt S.*ri",fl St.JBR et
REGISTER Phone 964-7700: J ; :; 3B' >."I'. S2B.500.. 2$. 2100 *...".LA. "nI. I'/.A.. wi.'. .'...100W. i 12% 'Interest.SeautIM 02'h acres $$,000 5 Acres $f,000 Terms.

FICTITIOUS 393 N. Tempi;,Avenua O'jOANlVe', >'j,; -I. ,.; ., ram* .horn. peal 1acatIo. 2.,2.-'.... P) K..
NAME Building let SR2JM IVi, fine
acre strand of harvestabl timber" .
: LOCATIONS FOR SAIL OR LEASE
HORSE LOVERS' ** OUT-OI-TOWN HOMES I acre with Pecan T.... surveyed", fa* 5 lot subdivision $22.500.
.ON NNY Olsa .S... IB. frm. 3. ... .M.L. Rd. -
Pursuant to Sectioi with barn, 10 e. :21 cree.. r fl ** SteHlnf $5.000.
865.09. Florida Statutes Ideal area, I 'a5T1)! t Mwpt01D1p1CtoTS ...... It. frame Sere M, Luke ButWr.JBR .
I .
20 US
ec.of pasture, farm house.Iff IN TOWN. I .Approx. acre 301 goo to Railroad Wooded .
notice Is hereby giver M. Stwcce, flreplece > Ml Smitft.lerae .
:I welli. Country living i $3.000 per A. with term*.
that the undersigned Set. 1 .......* ......-tme- Isle Rd. :asks best $ bedreeot. 2

Lamar Williams Rl. I I. 7/10 ACRE St. Rd. Hf IAIFORO > '/ acre lot with S pecan .trees, end smell MirHful. 4 ". $. brick. ..*. ISA-W. *f lewty.Fram ,bath, flreplece., split .10 Acres wooded. pines $22.000 and

Box 20-A lawtey. Fl Io* ... .|.1 irwiiiei jfe fcrcR y.i- l ...lmn.t; J'"l. :w. *. S ... IB. ...*..tMd...**.. 4%,''A.-Stam Rd. ,bedroom ,I.n. Hug Kitchen > terms. $24.000 with
32038. sol.owners doing .J BR, IB. '.-. 1007 let, ./|...i. In HempfoM.Peel : ever I acre *f .lend

business under the firnrivams ,. C. ILK HOME cornerlot Apts. A Houses for rent FP, SB*. :25. tridt CMMitry Clef are*. 52000.( e I Acre mobile Ham Let. 3000.
of WIDOWMAKEF Klngsley' Lake. Rental .Ler. .e. .,.,... M.> JBR. M I... 1101.
work
TURKEY CALLS. Rt. I. Box laundry, shop '
:20-A. lawtey. Fl. 320SB. end fireplace. Property Management Services' ACMAOIkvp OUR INVENTORY IS LOW. WI NAVE OTHER LllnNeS-CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL

Intend la register said Appraise! '7 ac.... 2 trade ... OMky lest. Shore. j'f I WI NEED LISTINGS)III ESTATE NIIOS.nxr .

fictitious some under the PEE WEE NURSERY with Setae M. PaulhnerRSAlTORe4SOe5 lake. Let .1.....- 15k. 1
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Waters, Old Timer* Won't Take Part
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Open League Nearly v Folds ;




Now Back On With 4 TeamsEarly Today's BBS Eastside TwinbiU


this week it was up In the air Open League with only three clubs. four or five times during the season in
as tu whether Starke -- at one time The tenth-inning addition of Hayeswas a 12 or 15 game campaign. '
called a Softball capital would even the only factor making the league Waters manager Dwight Elder, Counts District RaceBradford
be having a Men's Open Softball possible. who has collided with Godwin and the Big
League in 1981. Still in all a four-team loop, the Recreation Board on a number of
Finally Tuesday, three days after smallest in for Starke, will
memory
10A
the entrance deadline, it was decided mean each team must DillY the other (see OPEN LEAGUE on pg. ) High' Tornadoes host 13 losses. For the Tornadoes, now 11-7
that indeed Starke will once again Gainesville Eastsuta Rams in an im The Contenders with six regular season games plus at
have a Men's Open league, but only 5-AAA: doubleheader least one tournament game left, that
four teams will compete for the title this afternoon, Thursday.( April 16. (for a tat-Round Tourney Bye5AAA record is well within reach
and two-time defending champ Leagues Open Monday The first game of the twinbill, which All
Water's Bulldozing& Excavating will will close out Bradford's regular WLV.L The Tornadoes play four non-
Buchholz 7-1 19-4 district to close out their
not field ballclub games
a league not in season starts at 4 p.m.
Starke anyway. Just as in years past ballfield lights get! started Tuesday evening at Pratt at the districtllay. BRADFORD S-3 11-6 regular season, starting with a 2 p,m.
Hayes Builders and Supply paid in will be burning somewhere in the cityof St The Tornadoes are 5-3 In district Live Oak 5-3 14-11 home game against rival Keystone
Starke The Jr. Stars and Pine Level Bap and Santa Fe 4-3 1.8( Heights Saturday.
Tuesday morning to become the virtually every weeknightnow play Coach Mike Hartley has said
fourth signee and put the league backin through the summer as regular tist open the Men's Church season in no uncertain terms that BHS needsa
business. Seven teams had signedup season play in the Starke Recreation with a 7:30 p.m. game Monday at sweep today to have a chance at the
at the organizational meeting in Department's youth baseball and Westside Field. Madison St. vs. District's number two seed. He wants I
February, making for a healthy adult Softball leagues opens Monday Kingsley Lake Baptist follows at 8:45. that because the two top seeds receive Tornadoes Top Panthers 7-4
outlook, but only three the Starke night, April 20. The four Men's Open clubs (for first round byes for the District Tournament
Stars, Lawtey Wildcats, and Olin's more on an Open League game that slated for April 29 May 1 at Scott Allen and Kenny Clark combined pull the Panthers to within 6-4 Clark
Mobile Homes had paid registrationfees A full"slate of ballgames at four almost didn't exist see related story). the University of Florida's Perry :>> for a five-hitter and Bradford spaced two strikeouts around another
by the Friday, April 10,deadline. county ballfields is scheduled Mon open that league season at EdwardsRd. Field and must play just two games to stayed in front of visiting Palatka single and then set the Panthers down
The Continental Connectors pulled day.Three Monday. The Lawtey Wildcats win the District title. every step of the way after a three- 1-2-3 in the seventh to earn a save.
out early and Waters the Old contests open the Dixie play Olin's Mobile Homes at 7:30 and Buchholz, beaten only by BUS in run third inning to record a 7-4 win Clark walked one man in the
Timers, and Hayes didn't pay league Youth baseball season. In Dixie Ma Starke's Stars meet Hayes Buildersand district games and 7.1, is in the before a crowd numbering over 100 in seventh but the Panther baserunner
fees by the deadline,making the Open jor play the Braves play the Mets at Electric at 8:45. driver's seat in the race for the top Starke Tuesday night roamed off second on a lazy liner to
League suddenly a doubtful proposi- 5:45 at Pratt St. Field in Starke while In Women's Open league lid-lifters seed but the other clubs are chasingthe BItS first baseman Chuck Johnson
the Giants visit Gold for the Saints and Rowdies off at 8 The win pushed the Tornaooes to
tion. Starke Recreation Director Lawtey a square number two spot. Bradford, Live and was forced out for a double play.
Cheryl Godwin, distressed at the 5:45 game at Lawtey's! Cobbie Field. p,m. with the Lawtey Slaves meeting Oak, and Santa Fe are the teams in 11-6 for the season while dropping the Clark then threw a fastball by the last
lack of notice she got from the The Olympians and Civitans open the Dazzlers at 9:15.: the fight for the 2-3-4 slots. The Tor- Panthers to 119. Panther hitter to end the game with
Dixie Boys league play at 5:30: at Play continues through the summer, BHS's 10 strikeout.
ballclubs pulling out, said Monday nadoes and Bulldogs are 5-3 in district Allen "pitched a goon Dallgame ex-
that Starke would not have a Men's Westside Field. Dixie Minor teams five nights a week. slay while Santa Fe's Raiders are 43. cept for being wild," said Tornado Catcher Bill Goodge led the Tornadoes
All have two district games left. San- coach Mike Hartley. Allen struck out nine-hit attack with a for-4
ta Fe plays Just nine district games seven and allowed just four hits. But night. Clark was l-for-4 but tripled,
since it wasn't able to schedule he walked seven, forcing in one run knocked in two runs, and scored
Buchholz twice with four bases on balls in the fourth twice. Ricky Sullivan Randy Parado,
Live Oak seems to have the and was pulled in favor of Clark with Clayton Norman, and Allen were all
toughest schedule left of the con- one out in the fifth after Palatka's l-for-3 at the plate while Johnson and
tenders for number two. The 'Dogs Paul Trump singled home two runs to Scott Hudson were lfor4.

host Buchholz(19-4)( today Thursday,
April IS, and then MacclennyBakerCounty
i ((14-8 at last report) next PUBLIC NOTICE
Thursday, April 23. Baker County has
been designated as a district foe for The City of Starke Community Development Block Grant
Live Oak because Live Oak and Santa
Fe don't meet. Office is compiling a list of general contractors to par-

Santa Fe visits Eastside Friday fora ticipate in the rehabilitation program.All .

; 1 p.m. game and then goes to North Contractors must be able to:
l Marion Tuesday, April 21,for another
y wtl "designated" game but has against it 1. Provide a photostated copy of state license.

e Coach the fact Mike it just Jacobs plays of nine the Raiders games. 2. Furnish evidence of comprehensive public liability in-

said Tuesday that seeding will Debased surance coverage protecting the owner for not less than

on win percentage so if Santa Fe 100000., in the event of bodily injury including death

J r4rc1d" finishes 7-3&the 3 to Raiders either Bradford will be number or LiveOak's and 25,000 in the event of property damage arising out

three, a half a game out of second tor( of the work coverage required by local law governing
number four if both BHS and Live Workman's Compensation.
Oak end 7-3).
"We've just got to win these two 3. Obtain and pay for all permits and licenses necessary ,
games with Eastside and then wait for the completion and execution of the work and laborto
and see," Hartley said after Tuesday be performed.
night's win over Palatka."We'll pitch
everybody we've got to win those two 4. Perform all work in conformance with applicable local
games and then throw whatever codes and requirements whether or not covered by the i
we've got left against Keystone. I'd .
for the work.
and
r like to beat Keystone but the district specifications drawings
tli i ,games, are, the ones we've got toRecord 5. Abide by Federal and Local regulations pertaining to :
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13 Wins On Line AU contractors interested in this rehabilitation work ;

please make application to the Community DevelopmentOffice
The Tornadoes win not only be rac-
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stretch run of the regular season but hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00: p.m. ,
also will be chasing the BHS school ;
record of 13 baseball wins set by the Jerry Wadsworth
1979! District and Region champion Director. Community Development
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this year Raymond Blye of the Old Timers of Starke Also entered from Bradford were the Hawks Lawtey's
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\ Harry's Takes Poor Boys Title Away From HayesHayes Sports Calendar for Next* Week'

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Thursday, v\pril IS'i( : ', a t ;: *: '
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Eiitside Tat UttS testfadll (t2'00f: ) \ ./
Builders & Electric''was' Lewis Gene his fourth of the weekend, put the .647 (U-f r-171 with five homers, and
right where it;wanted t}>be aftpr fc 7-5 Tanner,.Jim Alvarez: and Duncan all Starke ballclub up 6-2 but they didn't Doug Mains, who hit .swa with five Saturday April 18- I .. .r'
I 1 win tivter Harry's of 'Augustine bashed two home runs as Hayes score after the third and Harry's HR's. Larry Brown.hit ( Keystone Heights at BIIS baseball' (itO: ) ) \, I
Sunday morning. The victory in the unleashed a 10 UK attack on NAPA caught and passed them. \ two homers for the .
winner's bracket finals left Hayes as Johnson and David Thigpen added the weekend while Wilbur Rogers hit Monday.' April .
the only unbeaten team in the 11-team other two circuit field and gave them the opportunity Lewis and Johnson smacking homersin Both NAPA and the Poor Boys won( BUS baseball Middleburg (3:30) ,
to watch the loser's bracket scram- the 7-5 win over Harry's. three against! their two losses. Old Timers win TwiceThe BUS girls Softball at Middleburg ((3:30):: ) ,'. '.' < ,

ble.But After NAPA eliminated Poor Boys Bob Dyal led NAPA with a .611 bat- Old Timers won their first two .., ., .
the catbird seat proved to no 18-9 Harry's won another shot .it ting average for the weekend (and ballgames 18-7 over Olin's Mobile ,,' ,
guarantee for Hayes. Out of a three- Hayes by topping NAPA 14-!). They three homers), while Jerry Homes and 6-3 over Huntsville, Ga. Tuesday, April 21-
team loser's pack Harry's, the host made good( use of it, beating Hayes 7-5 Whitehead hit .545 and led the club in Ricky Bennett hit .714 ((5-for-7)) with BUS baseball at Baker Co. ((7:30) .
Poor Boys, and NAPA of Lake Butler to even the score despite! two( homersby homers with four. Timmy Whitehead three homers in ;
two '
while '
-- came back Harry's. And the St. Lewis, 'fannerand third games Wednesday, April ?2- ..,.
one by> a ended at 533:: with three HR's, Harold Donald Wheeler busted three homers
Augustine club stopped Hayes shortof BUS girls softball at Clay High ((4:30): ) .
( inning triple by Steve Cubbedge. Esford hit even ,500 with three HR's, and Mike Sanders (4-for-8) and Lynn
the title with 7-5 and 8-6 wins. Harry's then won the showdown B-C and Marvin Tomlinson hit
two NAPA took third and the Poor Boys after being down 6-% to Hayes in the Poor hot Thursday, April
Boys got weekends from the Old Timers. Denton Devoe
addeda
BIIS & District tr ck.me..t at Santa Fe (2:30)YOU'RE
fourth. at
third inning. A solo shot by Tanner, Randall "Bully" Thomas, who batted homer and a double boys girls ,
Hayes, led by tourney Home Run
champ Jim Lewis (eight four- /
baggers, .529 batting average) and
Chub Johnson (.555 and four homers)
won against its first four opponents-.
Macclenny's Rebels(5-4), Gainesville
Department(11-1)),NAPA ((23.8),
and Harry's (7.5).
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GOING TO asler:
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of top-flight competition and increased /
league fees as the reason his club
won't be participating this season. f'
Elder had protested the addition of a
$3 per in-county ballplayer fee and a
$111) per-team umpire booking fee at a
Uec Board meeting last month but ,
"' ////"""'' "" '" "'''''''N""m n"r"""H'm'mm"'m"u"m""m'm '
said Tuesday night "the main reason
.we're getting out of it is the competition. ; : I/ r \ r
I've had a hard time getting CLOSE UPTOOTHPASTE MAYBELLINE v tf i t
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ballplayers to come out on it BLOOMING COLORS $ UO
weeknights to play some of these WITH SPECIAL REBATEOFFER EYE SHADOW KIT diL
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games that are 25.101'30-2 and I firm e.1-DUNCE 41N1 ;

ly believe it's hurt us in the past." fresheners With whitenerb, Lirni& breath 2ECNERD'9 ,. .Priced S.,. .... 149
Elder said he now has 14 players on II ... 4 shadows In one kit
his roster now, 12 "active" so the problem SALE PRICE FUR 2 199 applicator. Limit 1
of having enough( ballplayers on I LESSMFGR.S400 II
weeknights entered into the picture."I MAIL-IN REBATE .** I C 4tii
hope this will work out best for Ar.
all concerned. I think It'll be a better I AFTER FINAL COST 2/99C': BAINDESOLEILGELEE &

league down there without us. It will REBATE t ORANGES ___
give some of these other teams a : .
chance to win a trophy for one thing. I ..,. 289 BNIN ::
Priced ..... ..
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think everybody felt like it would be
Hayes and us winning the trophies.Now tan.omotesadeepderk Limit 1 SNINIECKERD SCHRAFFW! WHITMAN'S" m

;; it'll be Hayes and somebodyelse 0 ANACIN SAMPLER RODDA

"It'll be better for the: oUic. CAPSULES JELLY EGGSPOUND' PEEPS or BUNNIES
and for the Rec. Board than it
teams
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will be for us. I honestly don't know 6OTTLEOF40 ( ac 1sorRe 0 0 Regular 4.30 299 YOUR 0 0

...hat's in store for us right now. If two I Sal* 129 OIL OF BEAUTY OilcBeaury.... .. 2)1 Save 1.31 .... .. .. ... Reg.CHOICE 2//1

teams constitute a league we may go Priced US'Priced ".M w 79.... . FOR Famous assortment of rich choco19.-... .. .
down to Brooker and play the required 149 labs & confections.
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High-stren) anaigesc( on Assortment ot jellied candy eggs Marshrrrallow Easter candy. Pack
number of games with Hampton capsule form I "',01 i i Deeply penetratingfacial Regular or spiced. Limit 2 2.L..IAM..L..O. ..........5.II of 10 peeps or 12 bunnies.
( the Old Timers) to be able toregister moisturizer. Limit 1
"B". If not we may have to I
go "A". .
Class "B" teams are those who play
in city leagues with in-county BROCK HIDE-A-WAY FILLED EASTER Y '
ballplayers while "A" clubs don't I ENHANCE
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have to compete in a league.On CONDITIONER BASKETS I.I I. $

the subject of the additional SUPER Superll 5.02.'. 109. I I : -OUNCI 6SMARSHMALLOW! I -I JUJ? L J'Tfior"
financial.charges Elder said "1 think CARTRIDGES ,_. r BJ1 S.Prlcld .n.I.. \" ..Regular........;. !" : ..tag-; .
they're (the Rec. Board)' pricing Price reflects 20 olf m : Egg-shaped marshmallows Colorful lbas''letsfelledwith' "...':::;; r
themselves right out of this thing. I : PACK label 3 types Limit 1 with candy sugar shells. Easter candles & toys. v'l i
can understand $10 for out-of-county :I Sale 99 ..
ballplayers but with the taxes I pay I i Priced dV!
can't seeing paying $3 for the players i Twin blade.Fits Trac II razors.
who live in-county. And that $10 per Limit 1 peck CALGONBATHOILBEADS
LIFE SAVERSBUNNYBOOK
team for booking umpires is sort of j CALF '
EGG CRATES
ridiculous In other associations the !I ,
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umpires pay that and they should. J Sale 9ge, R.S.NY.. 2/-IOO PACK OF Hi 1 Q
The> 're the ones reaping the benefits Priced .. .. .. ..... FORMarshmallow' I 10 MOLL* TReg. 0,
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Famous candles In festive
probably more" than anybody else 0 REVLON FLEX pour spout. Llml. yF chocolate coating holiday package. Limit y
h.no the money.
II was said (that the Old Timers a SHAMPOO pm
Hampton.based team, pulled out of 1YTUt
the league because of the expense. 16-OUNCE S sa JEAN NATE' :- SITTINGRABBIT HOLLOW CHOCOLATE ..

Starke City Commissioner Jimmy Sele 119 z IlK AFTER BATH SPLASH s BUNNIES ,-' 1Y1;,. J
(Crosby! I is one in favor of the$3 "usage 0 Priced ... FLEX 12-01.: ,.OZ. wI .... .
fee With Balsam& protain Choice m A>..1". 299 4/100 16g.| i039
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of Jean Nate' Limit
mother issue funding the completion In basket. Limit 4 ifiolded. Into Easter! shapes

of I he Edward's Road Softball complex
"The people who( play should
help pay. fir at least show good reason 04 -fir -U. .
why the city's taxpayers should be STYLE CAREFREEPANTY NORELCO QOTCHA GUN DRYER "' .
I landing completion of theset.icili'ies" HAIRSPRAY SHIELDS WITH SPECIALRCBATI OFFER"'* GALAXY
BOX OF 30 1200 watts.speeds& &11l. '' .
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a.OUNCI !Sale 129 I heats. !y. )i : 1!
And another
city league coach 79C Priced .... ft' ...
.''I'ITkGrirr: of the Starke Stars 8&,lPrlc 0 Beltless feminine pro. SALE PRICE .... .. .....IS.' :249 ", ; ., '
noted that "we've known about these Aerosol. 2 types. Limit tection. 2 types. Limit 1 MAIL-IN LISSMFOR'S REBATE ... -OOO' .......00............. 00 .i i. .'
fees for over a month." The other 20 \1 ..Gppp I 20"fan.3' OHds.Provides con ;!
ii'cim paid them. McGriff was hoping % FINAL COST "9 1 centratad air flow.
that the .Old Timers would be a AFTCRRIBATI"' ..... I \A, _

late addition along with Hayes "I 0 SECRETSOLIpANTIPERSPIRANT EFFERDENT .
hope they (the Old Timers) get in, a VIP PRO ... I.
live (team (league would be better than w. TABLETS ;:t. tour :McGnff said Monday night. y.VA a-ouNCE 11 9 Box 0l'40 e :' 'ff. 1 HOT BRUSH PERSONALFANe1N0u '

:Most! t of all though, he was just glad ft Salt Prlcid .. SaleFrlctd' .9 iI MedelVPHCa. q SPEED. 99 .) ", .

the lengue wasn't M.It
ed. 'It would kill us if there wasn't a t label Limit 1 ."'-. J SneJ.OO, .i.... IdeaMor limited" space On/ ,II
league How many tournaments can 0Limit Thermal bristles.Dual off! switch Adjustable How
we go to and compete?" heats& swivel cord.
Elder: had indicated that the league %

tees! would come to about $350 counW VASELINEINTENSIVE REACHTOOTHBRUSH VIP PRO SHOWER MASSAGERWITH
ling balls and t that going to five or six % CARE SPECIAL. REBATE OFFEn-' ifflI
tmirn.iments would bea good tradeoff BABY OIL Model VF-SA R.gul.r1J/ MR.COFFEEorNORELCO
instead of playing in the league for his eOUNCIPrlcvd s.i.er.Pls,. 69C Pulsating fixed-head Has COFFEE FILTERS / rr
club butlc: ( rIH, who estimated 0 .66Foreoft w PICMChoice. .. 3 spray adjustments. FACKOF100
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league fees<< at more like $300: said he .smoother" skin. J of Medium or SAle'''Ica ...".. ..791 I ., "YOUR'".**CHOICE' ......."... _
Soft. Limit 2 LISSMFOReMAILIN
valued league games much higher V Limit 1 REBATE* ... -eV MQO Fluted or disk styles Fit
than "four tournaments' for his 16.18 n most coffeemakers. Limit 2
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Schedules: CHOICE [ Priced. ........ > 4 cups.
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Westside). MEN'S CHURCH: Jr. 0 grates. Include blender MAIL INRESAT/* J .

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Westside MEN'S OPEN: Lawtey You're going like ECKERD'S PHOTO OFFER,. ..- -

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Hayes <((8:45: ) DIXIE POST
receive a coupon good for WATCHES
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Lady Tornadoes Sew Uo 2nd Seed 'j BHS Track Teams Get Final Tuneuns

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sewed up at least the Lady second Tornadoes seed In Oak Eastside, Santa Pe in, and Gainesvilla that improved" a lot... that's our. In the final tuneups before next Hawkins,Kim Slocum,Shiela Searcy, 440 with Kim Slocum second; and

District 5-AAA and a first.round bye play elimination games baserunning. Thursday's District meet at Alachua and Louette Smith lowered their Cernyer added the 330 lows to make a
in the post-season by ripping Wednesday, April 29, while Bradfordand No details were available on the win Santa Fe (April 23) Bradford High's school record down to 4:10.0 with a 200 sweep in the hurdles.

Live van and GNUS last week to Buchholz. watch and wait forThursday' over GHS. track teams ran In three-way meetsat yard win. Also'Dawn Cernyer won BUS was down 28-6 to Santa Fe in

finish 8-2 in district play. The wins semifinals. BUS Girls 17 Live Oak 7 Keystone and Santa Fe last week. with a personal record (PR) 110 yard the field events' coming Into the high

coupled with Santa Fe's 16.12 upset ok Asked about the in Hot-hitting Sharie Hankerson, On Thursday both the Tornado boys low hurdles of 16.1,Juanita Betterson jump said Coach Buddy Revels but

league leader Buchholz Monday left this year's ballclub over improvements the 1980 BHS Mashell Brown, and Vonda Hall all and girls won easily over Keystoneand pushed her shot put PR to 30-4, Pam dominated the running events Inking

both Bradford and Buchholz with two girls team (7-ft and 6-4 in District smacked home runs to lead the Lady Middleburg. Tuesday the Lady Hawkins smoked a 25.5 220 for first through third in the mile,
district losses though Btlchholz may play) Coach Gayle Lee found Tornadoes to an easy 17-7 win over Tornadoes won again over Santa Fe another win and PR, and Carol 2-mile,and 330 hurdles and going 1-2-4
get the top seed for district play since than more" winless Live Oak (0-7) last Wednesday and Live Oak while Bradford's boys Fussell took fourth with a PR 440 time in the 440.
one area: "Pitching for one,
it beat the Lady Tornadoes both times Lee said in her in Suwannee County. finished second to the host Raiders of 70.5. As has been the case throughout the
the two teams met this year(13-7 and Meaning that Valery starting Hamm is answer.throw despite a 20-point day by Tornado Bradford also won the girls mile year Marks-led Bradford's boys, Inking
13-11. ing strikes. "Our sprinter Steve Marks. medley relay with Louette Smith taking first in the 100 (10.1 PR), 220
Either way both clubs will get first- lot," Lee continued.hitting's And with improved Sharle a Hankerson had a perfect S-for-5 Six personal bests and a new relay the baton in second but quickly (23.0, and high Jump (5-6), while

round byes for District's, which run Hankerson busting the ball at a better day, including a homer, and Brown school record were established Tues passing the leader bringing BUS placing second in the long jump and
Wednesday, April 29- Friday, May 1 than .800 to lead BHS had hits all three times up, including day. across in 4::3S.8. Hawkins added a win third in the 440. He accounted for bet
at Westside Park in Gainesville theother does have pace offensive punch another homer, and plated six RBI's. Ithe girls events where BUS in the 100; Tyffany; Griffis claimed ter than a third of the Tornadoes 58V
four teams Gainesville Live, more than Hall was 2-for-4 with the third BHS outscored Santa Fe and Live Oak firsts in all three distance races: the points as BHS took second between
last year "And I'll tell you one thing's home run and four runs batted in. 94-54-31, the mile relay squad of Pam 880, mile and 2-mile; Smith won the Santa Fe ((96) and Live Oak (47V4).

Marks wasn't the only scorer for

BHS. Kenny Wright scored 11 points
with three seconds and a third;

Stanley Clark won the shot put ((39-6);
and Larry Long and Richard Warren
came in second In the 880 and mile

respectively.


AMERICAS FAMILY DUG STORE BUS Wins Easily at KITS

The three earner at Keystone
Heights last Thursday was pretty
much all Bradford as the Tornadoesand

Lady Tornadoes racked up a
cI combined 192 points.

T The Lady Tornadoes amassed 97 to

ngsWE'RE ( outdistance Keystone ((47), and Mid-
dleburg (34), while the BHS boys

9 scored 95 to easily pass Middleburg
((60) and Keystone ((34).
GOING TO MAKE Despite the lack of stringent competition

.... n BUS produced some quality I
.... marks, including four personal bests
on the girls side.
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1 personal record,and teamate Louette
*/*50-FOOT Smith popped a 15-3 PR to take third.

soar.A GARDEN HOSE I Tyffany Griffis broke six minutes in

..PLYNo AJAX the mile for the first time (5:59): ,
101.10 g88 soIp.11.56 chasing Keystone's Mickle Sibley
...... q'e CLEANSER5.a ((5:46) in for second place. And Carol
Close-knitnylonreinforcey 00 Fussell got her 220 PR down to 31.6
ment. construction 14-ouNce
arA. Heavy-wall
3/1 I without placing.
2-PLYYINYLHOee
2"g Sale The long jump evidenced Bradford's
h" 60-n.No 801 ...... Priced ., ...
dominance in the girls portionas
Bleaching formula.For bathroom I BHS took 1st (tie), third, fourth,
0EASTER 2PLYVINYLGARDENHOSEfil ,kitchen A more.Limit I and fifth. All three BUS relay units

were easy winners with the 4 x 440

foursome running a 4:11 without be-
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Griffis, a four-event scorer,won the
m v I 2-mile; Smith the 440; Juanita Better-
EASTERGRASS
PALMOLIVE GOLD son the shot put; and Pam Hawkinsthe
EASTER PLUSH BATH SOAPs 100 while versatile Dawn Cernyer

ANIMALS @ 0 scored in four events for the Lady
BASKETS 2.0Z..AQ BETA RAIN Tornadoes. Shiela Searcy all
LAROUASSONTMENT .BAR : ] ran on
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I riI St. Edwards Holy Week ScheduleHoly I


I Thursday Evening Mass of Plans were.made for the RummageSale
.planned for May?.'"-
the Lord's Supper 7:30: p.m. ,
Thursday Confessions: 6:00 to 7:00: Plans' were also finalized for the
Ecumenical' Lenten Services at the
p.m.Good Friday Stations of the Cross Presbyterian Church ,during Holy
3'00 p.m. Week. The Altar Society is to assist in
Good Friday Evening Liturgy 7:30: providing the luncheon on Tuesday.
> p.m. Confessions 6 to 7 p.m. Members were informed of the St.
aster Vigil Diocesan' Council of
Holy Saturday Augustine
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N .. Liturgy 7:30: p.m. Confessions 6.7 Catholic Women Convention scheduled -
for May 3, 4 and 5 in Jacksonville.
pm.The Easter Vigil Liturgy includes Antoinette Stefanelll and Dolores
blessings of the New Fire and blessings Meng were appointed to .the
1 1T the Easter Candle. Nominating Committee for new officers
Easter Sunday Regular Schedule to be presented at the next
Mass at 8:00: a.m. and 10:00 a.m. meeting.
T -r: : Following the meeting. Joyce
; : Palm Sunday Services Riherd of the Bradford County
--T;; % 6 1Sii Preceding Mass on Palm Sunday Health Department was introducedas
w 3 Rev. Father Edward Rooney Pastor guest speaker.. She informed
blessed Palms on the Church lawn. members of the many services provided
Palms were then distributed to by this local Department which
parishioners who held them duringthe include medical treatment, counsel-
Mass. ing, home and school visits provision
Steven Spell and Kenny Plummer of home necessities, and a variety of
served as Altar Boys. Antoinette Coss humanitarian forms of, assistance to
was the organist and Blaine Nicholsled the needy.l;
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,1ft' singing. Richard Welty served as

.. 1. _. Lector and Mrs. Mary Gissy assistedin
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reading the Passion. Richard Per-
Front row. left to right: Betty Hayes Deer, Seletta Sparks Thomas. Selma Thomas Reaver Eunice Griffls Gilliard and Margaret Alvarez. nini assisted with Holy Communion.Mrs. Celebrate EasterAt
Rivers Ellington. Betty Jean Hlatt Rowland. Robert V. Turner. Lila Rae Third row, left to right: Alice Brantley Coleman.lluel"'lelds Green.Carolyn .Jane Bawek and Brenda Bawek BC
Caldwell Yawn John Anderson. Annie Green Dittmar. Helen Rowland Marshall Ross hinds Vera Mosley Dyal, Jerome Johns.June Patel Page,Charles Thorn presented the Offertory Gifts. Ushers Fairgrounds
e and Joyce Hasklns Hammock. ton, Ralph Alvarez. Steve St.Johns and Luella Davis Noland. for the Mass were Tim Clougher and April 19, 2-6 p.m.
;; Second row. left to right: Margaretta Monteith McGrlff. Evelyn Newsom Fourth left Michael Gilhooly.The .
row to right: James Wainwright. Marion Manning, Mose Ciriffis. You are invited to celebrate Easter
5 Williams, Kathleen Judd Carter, Marguerite Wainwright Brassed. Marie Howard gold vases on the Altar were
Thompson. Henry Leper, Stanley Crawford. Herbert 'l1Iyaw. Charles
with Gospel Music at the Bradford
Collette Green Rosier. filled with which had been
Thomas Goodge. Ernestine Moore Thomas Myrtle Johns and Harold Johnson. palms
i beautifully braided by Mrs. Anne County Fairgrounds,April 19,from 2-

I jj 1946 BBS Class Has Reunion at Country Club also Samons constructed and Donna a large Samons.cross weaved They 6 p.m.We feel that Easter is the most Important -

from palms which hung at the rear of Christian holiday and what
Thirty-nine members, wives and bulletin board displayed pictures and Jerome Johns. John Anderson, class the first time since graduation. 'he church. Anne and Donna also better way to celebrate it than with
husbands, of the Bradford High clippings of past events of the class.A president gave the response and This class has scattered from Brad nade the palm crosses which were singing and listening to gospel music.
J School class of 1946 held its 35th year large welcome banner was placed acted as master of ceremonies; ford County to California, Oregon, distributed to parishioners.Altar There will be Gospel Music and a'
reunion Saturday, March 28, at the back of the picture table. "Howdy" was given by James Wainwright Ohio, Illinois New York, New Hampshire Sing-along and it is a nondenomina-
Starke Golf and Country Club. June Patel Page composed and Maryland Georgia and South Society tional praise meeting.
Reliving the Junior-Senior banquet sang a song about the Class of 1946 The class prophecy was read by Florida.Mr. Carol Ashline president presided Come and Join the Frampton Family
'I of 1946 with a Western theme rodeo and entertained the class with songs Lila Rae Yawn and the last round up and Mrs. J.C Hobbs and Mr. at the meeting of St. Edward's Altar Choir Federation, Church of God,
the Country Club was decorated with of the 40's. was given by Robert Turner. V.R. Ferguson were class guests. Society held in the parish hall on April Singing Christians Grace Baptist,
the class colors of red and white along The invocation was given by This being the first reunion held, After the banquet dancing was enjoyed 7. Lawtey Correctional Choir and
with saddles and wagon wheels placed Charles Johns and the welcome by many old friends visited together for from the music of the 40's. Antoinette Coss has Altar Care for others. Admission is FREE! I
on bales of hay. A large table and the month of April. We are in need of,a small piano.



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Waynesboro Virginia.They will present a varied program of choral music at the '
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I Invited to attend.The 35-volce choir will sing contemporary church music and I '.
new arrangements of old church hymns.Also, the choir will present Buryl I Red's : H : .
new religious music drama "Acts." '
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special activities are being ty Sunrise Service at 6:30: p.m. at the '.."'.. .; :
planned during the Easter Weekend. 9th hole of the Starke Golf and Coun- -- --- '0'
The special observances beginningthis try Club. The United Methodist Men .
evening (April 16) with a Maundy will be serving a family breakfast
Thursday service at 7:45: p.m. This from 7:30: to 9:20: a.m. The donationis
service will include a special drama $1.75 for adults and $1 for children. .
of Pilate and the Sacrament of the All four choirs will be enriching the
Communion. There will be a special worship services along with a special
dinner for all confirmation students instrumental group Rev Langer will
and their families prior to the serviceat be preaching on "If a Man Dies Will
6:30: p.m.Easter He Live Again?" U.M.Y.F and Sun- v
day Evening Worship will resume on Tillie's there, 24 hours
a
day.
Sunday there is a Communi- Sunday April 26.Emmanuel.
Tillie lets you do your banking any time, any .

First PresbyterianChurch day. Even weekend and holidays. She gives you _" v_

News Baptist 24-hour convenience. And more.

An Easter Egg Hunt will be held Holds First ServiceThe With Tillie
this Saturday from 10:00: am to 12:00: you can do things like reorder'v
Emmanuel Baptist Church will 'v
for children 1-12,and will include checks, or note oi
;; ages hold its first services In their new a change address. She'll let you
refreshments, games and a'program church on State Road 235 near the make deposits or withdrawals and
make
on "The Meaning of Easter. New River Fire Department.The even a
Summer Bible School will be held Easter loan payment. And Tillie can
Sunday services will give you a confidential
June 8 through 12, 9:00: am. to 12:00.: be v
for grades nursery 6th. Any young Sunday: School10 a.m. balance report on 'a separate slip of paper.

lice.person may register at the church of Morning Worship- a.m. Why Tillie can even give Florida Credit.> V vShe's
Evening Service 7 p.m
Rev Dave Medeiros and church easy to put to work. a n
United Pentecostal Church people welcome all to join and worship -
Pastor: Rev.O.L. Wells with them. Tillie's ready to work for you once you have both an

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Friday, 7:30: p.m. Youth service.
Sunday, 10:00: a.m. Sunday (the number that tells Tillie it's really you). (Of course, you " .
School; 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic Ser Pine Grove also have
to have
Methodist a checking account with us.) If you v

Study.vice.Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Bible hold revivalThe to already have a card but not a Code, just stop by the bank .

The Promise Is Yours Pine Grove Methodist Church and ask for one. If you don't have a card, come apply at any v

Acts 2:38-39 located on Rd. 199, Raiford. will holda of the bank locations. Tillie's ready to make your life easier. 0' .
revival April 15-18 beginning at 7:30
each night. When and where you need her most in over 70 locations all .

..First Baptist Everyone is invited.Homecoming over Florida! So, when you're traveling you can use your'' v_ 't7

Church of Raiford Alltime Tellercard to get cash (up to $200 a day) at any Tillie .

to hold HomecomingThe set location statewide!

First Baptist Church ofRairord. for Pine Grove v

Florida will observe Methodist ChurchThe If Tillie doesn't work for your bank maybe .
Homecoming Sunday, April 26. Rev, you
Malcolm Tompkins will be the guest Pine Grove Methodist Church should switch to her bank. ,
speaker. {located on Rd. 199. Raiford will hold
Lunch will be served at 1 o'clock it's Homecoming services Sunday.
and there will. be singing in the after April 19.There. ; a
noon. will be a cemetery meeting ." : ..
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For the second time in as many half of the last but back
they came out ed Pensacola's
starts Hillandale Raiders the old
Farms Green I
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came back out of the loser's Macon team 18-16 and then outscore I
bracket to win against tough competi before running into Elite. In the ,
them 41-30 in the finals.
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1 Invitational in Thomasville, Georgia Machine started with a 22-9 win Senne Lumber 21-14. crushed the :
behind the slugging of Home Run over Gerald's Refinery then squash- Raiders 48-18 (with over 20 homers),
; trophy champ Dennis Crawford and and more than doubled the score on
Ken Carlton and Mike Jacobs. third place D&M Racing of Jackson-
ville in a 41-20( win.
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shade Carlton's 19 for HR honors .
..' .. while Jacobs powdered 18 more and Hillondol Cr_n Mochln Machine has this weekend off
." "'J<,' ( led the club in RBI's with 38. Carlton Boning Slot' before traveling to Cocoa for a
; I (.756 30 RBI's), Crawford (.750 35 for Thom oevill.Tourn., tourney put on by Stottlcr Stags April
'I' RBI's),Ray Fleetwood(.703, 12 HR's Av. HR RBI 2426.
I"f! 25 RBI's),Richard Mummaw(.700, 10 Dennis Crawford .750 20 35
HR's 23 RBI's),and Bubba Bozeman Ken Carlton .756 19 30
(.718, 7 HR's 12 RBI's) all hit at or Mike Jacobs .688 18 38
The Long Throw Over above .700 and Jacobs (.683. 18 HR's) Ray Fleetwood .703 12 25 FLORIDA
Domino shortstop Linda Cubbedge throws to first tourney baseman win Edith over Sapp Lake for a torceout Athletic.in the Starke club: ;'.'lrs' just missed. Richard Mummaw .700 10( 23
City ; Eddie Hazen .581 16 26
Eddie Hazen cracked 16 homers
Bubba Bozeman .718 7 12
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Stratton had 19 RBI's.Also .
Terry Stratton .568 8 19
Dominos: Roll to Tourney TitleStarke's praised was'the glovework of Bobby Stevens .522 5 11 St2rke 964-5451
shortstop Lee Parkinson baseball Keith Kelly (3 games) .600 :3 5
w coach at Palatka High. Ronnie Thomas .667 (9 2
Dominos, clad with new- 10-for-19 with three homers a triple Sheryl Jackson powdered a grand Lee Parkinson .531 0 4 Fri, sat., & sun.
look uniforms and a renovated lineupas and double, and 12 RBI's. Marian slam and Smith and Norman had Machine's only loss came against TEAM .656 126 245
well, became the first city league Walmsley was 9-for-21 Lorna three RBI's in the Country Hub win. Elite Coating of Macon Ga., in a wild
team and just the second Bradford Leasure 7-for-17, and Karen Norman Jackson was hurt in a collision at the 33-32 tame dwM.'", !Js Elite's:: : ; Ucmom Goldie
County team this year to bring homea 7-for-20. plate in that game but came back to Chevy
first-place trophy from a Softball Smith had a big game in the finals, play the rest of the weekend. Cub- 1"- _- -- Hawn
tourney as they won the Gainesville going 4-for-4 with two HR's a double bedge homered Terri Parrisb tripl- '''''' Chase
Tire Women's Invitational in Brooker and seven of the winner's 11 runs bat- ed, and Edith Sapp knocked in two
last weekend.Only men's powerhouse ted in. Cubbcdge shined in the first runs versus the Junkettes. Againstthe
Green Machine already had a first- win over LC Athletic with two homers Outlaws the Dominos surrendered SEEMs IJKs
place trophy in its collection. and six RBI's four on a grandslamthat just three base hits and Cubbedge
The Dominos now in white and erased a 1-0 Athletic lead. homered. ODEs
orange rather than the black and greyof
recent seasons and with an influxof .
top players from last year's i 1pJ.c.: .,..c.:1'00..AAS TAR :,._
Florida Bank club used an airtight
defense and the big hit in cakewalking
through five straight games.. The
Dominos ripped Country Hub of Lake e. r t; 301' DRIVE IN
Butler 18-1. topped Gainesville's s
Junkettes 9-3. and then in the game Fit, Sat., Sun. & Mon.
J y
called the best of the tourney blankedthe
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Outlaws 3-0 to reach the winner's b'P UU T WH I OU THOOGMTrf w i UP IT* <*'
bracket finals. The Outlaws had
knocked the Dominos out in winningthe
Newberry women's tournamenttwo 0 B
weeks ago. After the revenge win
the Dominos busted open a close 'jc
game with a six-run fifth-inning explosion An
to wipe out a 1-0 Lake City t
Athletic lead and.beat the Athletics i
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9-4:
r: : 'M-' AthleticamebckctoUJmlosers! ..PLUS.
bracket, eliminating the"Junkettes,
..' who had axed the Outlaws. In the title
game the Dominos had no trouble : 1W; (The Night Evelyn
scoring four times In the top of the -----.- ... _. I
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winning
Linda Cubbedge. a Florida Banker A Dugout CelebrationIt -.,* '
last year, and Diane Smith both had was all smiles In the Domino dugout after Linda Cubbedge bashed a grand w.. -- Came Out Of
super weekends for the Dominos. slam to vault the locals from behind 1-0 to ahead 4-1 against Lake City Athletic T
Cubbedge was 11-for-19 with four Sunday. Thomasville Home Run Trophy Winner
home runs (one a grand slam), and 15 Cubbedge gets a hug from Lorna Leasure while the rest of the club greets the Dennis Crawford, shown above ripping the ball in the l 1179> stale tourney, led The Grave
runs batted in while Smith went three baserunners who also scooted around the bases on the blast. Machine: won the Hume Run trophy at Thomasville with 20 four-banners.

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I __ EIZy Softball Weekends Buddy 4


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( azia ., As far as I know Easter Sunday and the preceding days will be a day of rest for area softball teams
:T. but play picks back up the following weekend and should continue pretty regularly.
____ f Tournaments available include:

April 24-26
"" Gainesville Tire Invitational- men's tournament to be played at the Lake Butler-Union County
-.a--- Rec. Complex. For tourney information call Tommy Atwood, 373.9069 days,372-6424 at home.
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4 Brooker PTA Church Tourney- fund-raiser for the Brooker Elementary School PTA.this tourna-
ment is for weaker mens church ballclubs.
Call Steve Nipper, 376.5381 extension 434 days or 485-1031 nights, or Buddy Paterson at Brooker
.: Elementary to enter. Plans are for trophies to go'to lst-3rd place teams. 1st place individuals. team

sportsmanship,home run champ, and MVP.
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.. .,,. .. Green Machine-Kiwanis Invite-Undoubtedly the cream of the crop in terms of quality for this area
the Green Machine Kiwanis Club tournament could Include some( of the best Major clubs in the south,
All Eyes; on the Plate including Machine, Senne Lumber, Stottler Stags, etc.
In a 1.0 ballgame(that ended 2-1)all eyes are on the plate Umpire Fred Wheeler (back) said Bailey had the bait In
as Madison Street Baptist's Cliff Sellers skids home against time to tag Sellers out so Church of God's 1.0 lead was pro- Union County League Tournament-
Church of God catcher Tom Bailey. tected.: They went on to win by a run. Union County's league teams, men and women, will participate in this tournament at the Lake

Butler-Union County Recreation Complex. Call Timmy Whitehead, 496-2642. for information.

Palatka Wins Battle of 1st BaptistsTo May 8-10 .
Dixie Youth Women's baseball association
Lawtey Tourney-Sponsored by Lawtey's youth parent's to
raise money for improvements to Cobbie Field this tourney will be for"B"class womens clubs,hopefully -
most of the local ones said Tourney Director Ed Crews.
Take Waters Church
TourneyAfter Teams interested in playing can call Crews at 7823060.

Poor Boys Tourney in Raifcrd- Another tourney hosted by Wilbur and Rita Rogers at the Raiford
weekend fun of lowscoring'and Starke 2-1 and then Russell Baptist led by Gary Melvin,who was 4-fcr-6 In
whip
a 431.9603 Rita at work
store, ,
ballfield. They're shooting for 14 "B" class men's teams. Call Poor Boys ;
of before
tight ballgames First Baptist of Green Cove 9-3 Gospel the two games. Ralph Morgan was
Palatka emerged over First Baptistof Lighthouse edged the Starke club out 3-for-7 and Ron( Sellers 2-for-5, and 964-8125; or their home number nights,4311599.
Gainesville to take the Water's In- 4-3 with just four teams left in the Gary Robinson( doubled against May 15-17
vitational mens church tournament in tournament. Church of God.
Starke last weekend. Madison St. and Calvary were both Calvary led Long Branch 9-6 after Country Hub Mens\ &; WomensCountry Hub of Lake Butler will be hosting a combined men's and
Palatka First Baptist nipped the out in two ballgames. three innings but couldn't hold on and women's tourney at the Lake Butler-Union County Complex and is shooting for 12 mens clubs and eight
Gainesville club 7-6 in Saturday For Church of God Charles McKinney was beaten 15.10 before being
night's finals and that contest was In- was 6-for-10. Al Waddell 7-for-12 eliminated by Russell Baptist 16-6 womens.
dicative of the close games (with three RBI's in the win over Saturday morning. Gene Vanzant led Call Dick Wheeler, 496-2066. or Steve Nipper, 485-1031, for entry information.FRPP7PR.
throughout. The average margin of Russell), B. Cole 4-for-9, Rhoden Calvary with a 4-for-7 weekend while
victory of the 22 ballgames was less 7-for-16, and Tom Bailey 4-for-10. Mike Ames was 4-for-8 with a triple,
than four runs a game. Madison St., which was held to five Marvin Griffis 3-for-6 with a double,
To get to the title game Palatka FB hits and topped by Lake City Church and Jack Anderson 2-for-4 with a two-
edged Church of God Lake City 10-7, of God 13-3 in the opening round, was bagger.._
blanked Gainesville's Wesley --- --- --- rr' w.
Methodist 3-0, and topped First Bap-- ,
tist of Gainesville 104. .
The runnerups had nosed out Long .r i
Branch of Middleburg 6-5 and Gospel
Lighthouse of Jacksonville 11.9 to ,
reach the winner's bracket finals. 4
After its first loss Gainesville FB top- .96
ped Gospel Lighthouse 7-6 to clinch

second.Lighthouse was third with Lake Ci- Y
ty Church of God fourth. The MVP
award went to AI Pound of the cham- 4" w
pions, who was 7-for-13 for the ..
weekend. Teamate Jim Alexanderwas
8-for-lS and got consideration for
the trophy. A ft r (4 LIMITED-EDITION :'
Church of God of Starke won the 1 r_-
Team Sportsmanship award and was p
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also the highest finishing local r, LB. CAPACITY
ballclub. They didn't miss placing by
much. Wesley Methodist dumped A \ CHEST
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despite a 4-for-4,two RBI game by the
locals Harvey Rhoden.Church of Goo Calvary Baptist baserunner Wayne Davis,already forced out at second,ducks Foam Insulation
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: Trooper' Baldwin Resident Slain Are you listening?

p If you are listening and still can't hear, maybe you should attend

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25 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Trained hearing specialists will

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'fi Shrouded by a foggy Florida night The inmates pilfered the officer's
K three Union Correctional wallet, took his watch and then helicopter flew over the area.
Institution keys,
1:' inmates used wire exited the building the At 3:51 p.m. Kennedy, who earlier Annual Spring Sale
cutters through
buried on prison previously southeast door. had demanded a patrol car, came out ,r
grounds to cut
l'1 of the trailer holding a shotgun to
through fences and The inmates went to
crosswalknear
escaped with only a t

,*..;4 one 11.One shot of the fired early:| Saturday, April ford.the wire the tag cutters plant, according where they to dug Brad-up ped Mrs."Hd the Templan's didn't weapon hurt and head me surrendered., but at later all,"drop-said How In Progress '; : f)

escaping inmate trio killed Templan while holding her son. "He
f a Florida Highway Patrol trooper The trio continued to the road and '
into told that if I SAVINGS
ran house and me
my
and a Baldwin resident, then held a went between south to the perimeter fences touched my gun he would shoot me." 4UVO : '. ,;, "..
Baldwin towers 5 and 6.
woman and her young son He said. "Pick u your baby, you'recoming UP TO ''' '
hostage for some 45 minutes Saturday Bradford reported they cut the In- '\ ;'
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afternoon. The inmate surrendered ner and middle fences, scaled the me. .....
"Prisoners just don't have anythingto A selection of full rolls
only after Channel 12 TV arrived from outer fence and went into a wooded live for," Kennedy shouted from a great ,

Jacksonville to film the event. area.CO state police cruiser. "The reason I did ends of rolls and remnants.
Lawmen had Fran Templan'smobile Henry Gros was on fog patrol
this was because they locked me
home duty, according to Bradford and up
at Baldwin surrounded, "
and threw
but were unable to free the hostage. heard noises. Bradford reported the Bradford the said key Kennedy away. Malone, Free measure and estimates. ,
Inmate Edward Dean weather was foggy at the time of
Kennedy 35, very and Bonaventura were not involved in .
.. walked out of the trailer with a the escape.Gros the recent transfers of inmates from Also: Custom Draperies, Mini Blinds
shotgun at Mrs. Templan's head according to Bradford,
,then Florida State Prison to other prisons
1 dropped the weapon and surrenderedwith observed the trio escaping and fired around the state as FSP compliedwith and Verticals. Decorator on staff. We're pleased to announce that
Channel 12 filming the happen- one round at them but they got away.
a recent court order to down
get Mr. Harold Loucks has joinedour
ing.Shot Shomer, in the meantime, freed to under 900 inmates.
and killed earlier in the day himself, according to Bradford, and At the time of the escape Kennedywas staff as SALES MANAGER.Mr. .
Saturday were Baldwin resident notified authorities of the He
escape.
Floyd Cone, Jr., 42,and FHP Trooper was not injured, Bradford said. years serving for first a degree life sentence murder plus, attempted 5 Loucks brings 25 yrs. experience -

Robert P. McDermon, 35, of Jackson- Prison authorities called in dog robbery, and possession of a to his new position.tfll .
ville. The two died in a Shootout with units and Malone and Bonaventurawere
by a convicted felon from
weapon
Kennedy when Cone, who had caughta traced to a wooded area off Dade County. He was also serving a Q Harold invites all his many

ride home with the trooper, found SR-121 about 12 miles north of UCI in life sentence with a mandatory 25 ... ........'11...a friends to stop in soon.
.-.; inmate Kennedy changing clothes In- Baker County. At 6:19: a.m. Sgt. W.B. years for robbery from Broward
side his home. Kennedy had already Jackson and CO Dewayne Jordon apprehended County, s
located Cone's Malone and Bonaventurt
shotgun.The Malone life
was serving a sentencefor
Shootout occurred outside the and returned them to UCI. first degree murder from Duval 372-8466 1200N.MAINST.In .
Cone trailer. The trooper was found Bradford reported the inmates County. :
? dead under his patrol car. Cone was stated they were planning to wait un- Bonaventura was serving a life ( the Gainesville Shopping Center)
? found dead In his yard. McDermongot til the fog lifted before moving on. sentence for second degree murder rt N,. r
off a call for assistance before he They reported Kennedy left them and from Hillsborough County.
was killed. went on.
Kennedy fled about a mile to the Jacksonville homicide detective
Tern plan home where the woman and Ralph Moneyhun reported McDer- on safe. Thursday IiNEW!
child were held hostage.The mont and Cone were shot outside the iV1IEAGLEI.aL.. .
violence began around 2:20: mobile home about 2:40: p.m. Satur- Friday Saturday LOW ,. ,. ;) .
a.m. Saturday when Kennedy and in- day, April 11, which is located in the I@ PROCESS :
mates James Curtis Malone, 26, and 18,000 block of US-DO near the Nassau- DEVELOPING!
James Michael Bonaventura, over- Duval County line.
i powered a guard. Malone approached "The' victim went into his' house ,
Correctional Officer William after he was given a ride home by the S P 3.17 15 PER
Schomer, telling the guard he had lost trooper and spotted the"prisoner in per ces PHOTO
there changing clothes
the key to his room. Moneyhunsaid. 12 EXPOSURE PLUS DEVELOPING
CO Schomer and Malone then wentto "By that time, the inmate had fne-i I7.gl MM c /i Moots I CHARGE
the inmates' room where Kenhedy stolen the victim's shotgun"

..?. and Bonaventura were waiting. When "A Shootout occurred* between the Weusellmlpaper. .
p* the door was opened the three jumped inmate and two victims," Moneyhun Bargains for every Save for a good look
_
the officer and threatened to kill him,
.. and choked him until he was nearly said.Kennedy fled for about a mile to a budget! ,
unconscious, according to Vernon trailer where he held Fran. Templanand .Jk' 1i
;
Bradford, Department of Corrections her child hostage. I .. _
spokesman in Tallahassee. About 75 men from FHP Jackson 'eo"-
Bradford reported the inmates stuffed ville sheriff's office, Nassau County :
::: a handball in Schomer's mouth sheriff's office and the Jacksonville I 1tI/ I
;r-l and wrapped an ace bandage to his Special Weapons and Tactical Team 7 y EpIe
== mouth to hold the ball. (Swat) l gathered at the scene.A pliceI MP
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The latest chapter involving inmate and was arraigned before Union
.. Michael Costello, one of Florida's County Judge A.L. Driggers and the 1 i:
most notorious prison inmate activists wvsr
inmate waived his right to a first ap-
E was revealed when he was arraigned pearance. .a 11
I: in Circuit Court at the Union Over the past 10 years, Costello has I'MEN'S
::: County Courthouse in Lake Butler, been filing volumes of complaints and \
r Wednesday, April 8, on charges of litigation, including a 1972 federal HUDSON PAPER TOWELS TROPIC TESTED P.V.A. MULTICOLOR WEB
e carrying a pistol and two counts of class action suit that has placed the AT STOCK-UP PRICE LATEX HOUSE PAINT ALUMINUM SAND CHAIR POLYESTER MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SHIRTS
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prison system under federal court
:: Assistant State Attorney Harris control since 1975.A 69" 3.94
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that suit in which a part of Union OI8000NTPRICEWA93SS" DISCOUNT PRICE WAS./,W DISCOUNT PRICE WAS AXf WEREjlM' WERE 694
brought from Dade County to the Correctional Institution will be,closed Now Supertax weave ha* Interior/exterior' latex 'rwmuli Rugged 5x4x4 webbing on Textured. Kodal polyester or Dacron polyeetar.atylad Poly/cotton blend dress shirt with 1 pocket or
:: Reception and Medical Center on by 1985. thicker, thirstier texture. 114 dries In Vk. hour. leaves. no lap heavy duty tubular aluminum for good looks and nay car*. Fashion famous maker woven plaid' shirt with buttoned
2 Wednesday, April 1, on a court order Costello filed a suit in 1979 chargingcorruption one-ply lowed.Put In eupptyl mark or painty odor. Wrtlts. mat's built to take H. Folds detailing In solid Man'tteaa nip pocket Men's sizes

i signed by Circuit Court Judge Wayne within the UCI, canteen
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Super prices Super savings
M. Carlisle. system,and as evidence had provided
Costello was arrested on charges ofperjury state agents with several packs of illegal yes ,. IYi IIIs
and false reporting of a crime untaxed cigarettes allegedly :
tarter trying to embarrass prison officials found inside the prison. G
by faking evidence of cigarette Costello, after his perjury arrest -,
bootlegging at Union Correctional Institution last year, was transferred to Dade
in March of last year. County.
The new charges stem from a The perjury arrest quietedCostello's
search by RMC officials who found activist efforts, which are
the pistol and $1,300 In cash wrapped i'MAW
still bearing fruit. The 1972 class action A
inside a radio. The items were seized litigation charged overcrowdingand v4rMl
c w'"ii.w ':
by RMC officials.
inadequate medical care within
!.. Costello is slated to go on trial the the prisons. Federal District Judge t .
week of May 18 on the perjury and '
5 Charles Scott of Jacksonville agreed, # i
:: false reporting of crime charges. The and imposed a systemwide prison : :
trial has been stymied, according to population cap, a revised medical / : [ V
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Page 80 April IL 19Mr

County deputies with the theft of a the children of
The Berry's were
firearm robbery, aggravated Jax Man KilledIn Command Sgt. Richard Berry who

News Briefs assault, two counts of kidnapping, Blanding WreckA was on duty at 'Me time of the accident -
auto theft and use of a firearm in the
at thi base campground, accor
commission of a felony. He is being Jacksonville man was killed and

\ Raiford residents held in the Columbia County Jail in three other people were injured In a ding The to other base people officials.involved in the accident
lieu of a $27,000 bond. one-vehicle accident on Dade Road in

injured in chaseFour The FHP cited Davidson for wilfull Camp Blanding at 3:40: p.m. Sunday the weekend.The were .guests of the Berry's for

and wanton reckless driving and April 12.Randy.
ccident investigated by
was
operating a motor vehicle without a Keith Hall, 18 of Jackson-
Raiford residents in- l Jim Mason. Charges are
were fled Troopt'! pen-
1977
valid drivers license. ville was riding in the of a
jured Saturday April 11, when a estimated the and
The FliP damage to Chevrolet pickup truck was
Richmond, Virgina man ran a road and the bed the truck and ding.UCI
the van at $5,500 damage to thrown from the of Inmate
block C-229 .4 miles north of
on ,
Sapp vehicle at$1,500. killed according to the Florida.
Raiford. Highway Patrol. Found Hanged
John Green Sapp 47, his wife Betty,
Hugh David Mynhier, 30, of Union
Correctional
A 37-year-old
and Williams Woman Charged
46, William Harvey 71,
Jacksonville, driver of the pickup found
Institution inmate was hangingin
and Raiford Bertie were J.treated Williams by paramedicsat 59, all of With Knife AttackA truck, was listed in fair condition at his cell Friday morning, April 10.

the scene for cuts and bruises. Starke woman was arrested, for Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville. John E. Myers was found hanging
James T. Adams III., was kept over- from a strip of nylon bedding in his
James Wesley Davidson, 21, of aggravated assault after a family
Richmond suffered a chipped bone argument, by police at 737 Faxon night at Baptist Hospital and released cell on the prison's psychiatric ward

and facial lacerations. He was treatedat Lane in Starke at 8:26: p.m. Saturday, Monday, April 13. Valerie Berry and 22, according to Department of Correc-
was injured and was treated
tions spokesman.
General and released April 11.
Union Hospital -
to the custody of the Union CountySherlff's Lt. M.L. Sibley and Patrolman released from Baptist Hospital. All Skipper pointed out Myers was serving -
the in the pickup truck were
Department who turned him E.W. Wilkinson arrested Alberta from persons Jacksonville.The a 10-year sentence for robberyand

over to Columbia County deputies. He Delois Woolard on the aggravated truck traveling 80 miles other charges from Leon County
,
x was then transported to Lake Shore battery charge, according to the hour headed west Dade Road per and had been moved Into the
was on ,
Hospital in Lake City. Starke Police Department.The psychiatric ward Tuesday, March 31,
left the roadway, went out of control
hitchhiker incident involved a fixed blade I after
The chase began when crossed the street and overturnedthrowing demonstrating emotional distur
Davidson held up a service station In knife 10 inches long, according to bances.
Hall
from the vehicle according -
Lake City taking the manager SPD. Prison officials are conducting an
to the Florida Highway
Reginald Coons hostage. He took "Larry Morris reported his mother Patrol. investigation, according to Skipper.
$1,083 in cash, checks and credit had been drinking and had started to

4 cards, according to the Columbia fight with John Woolard," SPD said. YARD SALE FORSALIEplphone
Pappas
County Sheriff's Department.After "She had thrown a knife at Woolardand Thurs. S FrI. 10 a.m., 9 Acoustic Guitar
firing three shots Davidson, he held her until the officers arrived rolls 100 ft., 48" galvanized with case by Gibson. Exc. Income TaxService

with Coons In his 1979 Chevrolet van, to arrest her." fencing 6"x8"mesh:22.00 cond. Equipped w/plckup

i headed east on 110. At the Intersec- Mrs. Woolard was arraigned before .ac. Patented roses, grapevines & cord to use amplified.
tion of MO and C-229 in Baker County, Bradford County Judge Elzie S. '/ price. Misc. $100 or best reas. offer. 118 S. Court St.
Davidson let Coons out and fired Sanders who ordered her released merch. next to Pizza Hut. '".'631
another shot at him. from the Bradford County Jail in Behind Koch Drug

The chase continued on C-229 with Starke on $5,250( recognizance bond.

Union County deputies and Florida
Huntley
Highway Patrol troopers setting up a MARY KAYCOSMETICS Robinson ConstructionYour
roadblock near the town of Raiford. Redfeorn'sVICES
As Davidson went through the road JR Home Is Where

block at 9:47: a.m. he collided head-on Your Heart Is

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u and shape up your
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INFLATIONFIGHTERS Lawrence Blvd. Keystone
SAVE
Bulldozer Operator Removal

750 John Deere Trimming HOME FOR SALE Mich' Cost if Rants' Got' Ton Down?

Hampton Nice 28R, 1 Lake Butler Apartment, Lake Butler, Florida, may
Experienced Only Need AppyCardin Free Estimates bath home on country have the answer you have been looking for....
setting In convenient Now taking applications for 1 BR, 2 BR 3 BR & 4
473-4732 downtown section. BR July occupancy Lake Butler Apartments offers

OrO$. After 5 p.m. Pretty lot with large central heat and air, wall-to-wall carpeting kitchen
appliances and oil-site laundry facilities. The units
witha
detached
garage
964-8750 Keystone Heights variety Of possible are well-designed and spacious.

Air Gi..': hooie 'uses. Excellent financ- For thoee who qualify there is a federally funded

ing available.Call subsidy program available.whereby rent is based on

For Details income..
Eleanor B. cannon Please write for more Information and application:

Tune Up Keystone Area Ads Realtor or 372-1469, 375-2488 Augustine Casa del Florida Mar Apartments 32084. State Road 3, St.

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Includes checking all Belts I n -y .r mil.. J -- --- -- J1 -.

{& Hoses S

1. Pressure Line Leak 1200

I. Check & adding Freon if PERSONAL SERVICES OPPORTUNITIESWE WANTEDCOOKS HELP Union County Ads I

(Labor
needed only ARE LOOKING for four .
people with manag.m.nt.t.ochlng NEEDED for church .. ,,11.4, J J. -- r
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CARPENTER WORK
salesmanship .... .
,Remodeling" work kitchen or camp In Keystone Heights oj
.
cabinets and trim small background business., or Must owned have ia*' area. Two months during/ FOR SALE r;.' j t..FOR SALE,,!. L ,u.PERSONAL' Jj.
Reasonable summer. Send Inquiries to
carpenter.
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at a good self-Image and ableto P.O. Box 270848 Tampa FL OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES SERVICES
4732477. tfnchg 4/2 handle a large Income. 33688. :2tchg 4/16-23: GIFTSiSee: Union DUNCAN PHYFEi Dinningroom
Cooling CUSTOM MADE
Call 372-5361. 4tchg 4/9-30
"leave
suite, drop
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS,: County Times open Mon ORAPERIESiFreeestimates.
Closed meetings Monday 8 FOR SALE day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. table with glass on top 6 local

SAVE p.m. Open meetings, Fri. .HOMES FOR to S p.m., Wednesday- chairs china cabinet, distributors for completely
LAKE LOT on sand bottom perfect condition asking
closed and Friday
day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday Thursday washable
SALEBEAUTIFUL nationally
lake in Hillcrest. $800 $650. Phone 755-1864.
System 8:30 till See
8 p.m. Aloleen Monday 7 : a.m. noon. advertised Gard."eDrap.rl.
All In down $146.44 per month 1/2 table of Itchg "/16.ADMIRAL .
our price
p.m. meetings TWO ACRESproperty .. Phone 473-4058 ... S&W Enter.
Educational Building, Com or selected gift items UPRIGHT ... Ed Lo'mo
and home In prl. or
.
Church. 4/2 473. 367 after 6pmLAKE 3/12. FREEZER) 15 cubic feet, 3years
munity nchg Derrwood Hills 3 miles LOTS AND ACREAGE- Stephen. 4963253.
old $250. Phone
PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN. 1976 FORD COURIER lowmileage
:
Check north of Keystone. 24x60 Keystone Heights owner 7551864. 4/16. CASH FOR GOOD USED FURNITURE -
Itchg
Up11 TING and extra clean
)
includes pressure testing wallpapering.Phone mobile home, 3BR 2BA financed, 10 percent Interest FRENCH PROVINCIAL White : from a living room
4732477.: tfnchg 4/2 $2.500. call 496-3623' after
for leaks PLUMBING REPAIRS- carpet CH/A deep well lots on clear, sand 6 TFN 2/19. bedroom suite, trlppl.dr..er suite to a whole house full.
Larry with delicious water. bottomed lake, p.m. Other things of value ol jo.
priced to 2 night stands and
.Checking all Belts & Hoses league Plumbing 1980 "STUMPNOCKERi" 13
$28,000. Owner will sell from 9900. One Phone 755.1967 after; 5
to 2
lamps, $450. Phone
4751513. tfnchg 5/21 foot 9.8 h.p. M.rcury.troil.r. ,
Checking for proper finance with reasonable five acres overlooking lake 755-1664. I Itchg 4/16. p.m.. TFN 4/9. :
,
CARPENTRY AND MASONRYWORKbuild gas can batt.ry.trolling ,
operation of thermostat $1oo patios, additions down payment. Discountfor (access available) with motor, all In new GE WASHER $125. dryer ANYONE NEEDING
cash. 9123777496. nice trees from $3.500 $85. double bed $60. twin lAWNWORKi Phone
condition. Make offer.Phone .
homes
Checking for proper Antifreeze and tile remodeling work. Also painting Nights and Sundays, $500 down $50 a month.Commercial 496-3625: after 6p.m. ,bed $33 matching twin 4962430.: We cut grass apd
.
9122940189. tfnchg 3/26 trim hedges. James AId6y.tpd
protection Free estimates. frontage.investment TFN :219. beds $170. frost free
Labor only- Parts Extra Phon. 473-4473 during FOR SALE ON BIG LAKE opportunity. refrigerator $125. coffee 4/16. n\
GENEVAi Two story brick SR-2IN.: Owner-salesman. 1973 KINGWOOD TRAILER 2/end tables $55 Early'
After S
day. p.m. phone energy-efficient 3BR 2BA 473-4375. 4/2 12X60 2 bedrooms. bath;
782.3906 tfnchg 3/5 tfnchg American sofa $125: hide- INSURANCE f I-
UNWANTED HAIR REMOVEDpermanently fireplace Large carport AKC DOBERMANS'-Top good condition 6000. a-bed $150 dlnnette set
by a and workshop. 100x600' quality only. You are invited Available Jun. 15. Call $75 recliner $75 color;; MAINES INSURANCE AGE}*.
lot oak and citrus trees. to visit our kennels. 496-2183.: 4tchg 49430. T.V. $250. freezer $150. CYi 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake
Tune Up and registered It's Inexpensive.electrologist Call $94,000. Owner, 4732054.: 4751228.: 16 FT. MITCHELL with 70 HP bunk beds$ISO and qu..nb.d Butler. 4963978. Complete
tfnchg 416QUALITYBUILT WACHEMEISTER DOBERMANIRISH Mercury engine and magictilt
for free demonstration $125. Phone 752-7961 Insurance Service. TFN i
SAVE without obligation. Amy'sElectrolysis SETTER AKC PUPPIES. trailer, good condition Providence. Itchg 4/16.4
490 Lawrence HOMES as Born Jan. 12. Males $75, "fishing or sking boat SOFA LOVESEAT AND
Blvd., Keystone. 4737033. low as :2200 sq. ft. Your lot 'females, $50. Mother on 3000. Call 964-5409 Mon. CHAIR $175 king size HELP WANTED
SpecialElectronIc tfnchg 42PAINTING..Ext.rlor or ours Adams & Hall premises. Call 475.1788 day thru Saturday 8 a.m.to bedroom suite $400 king :
and In Builders. 4732056.: 4/16 after 4 p.m. or 377-5934 5 p.m. Except Wed. or bed $12) French Prey RESIDENT MANAGER fpr
terior. Also mobile home Ifn. during day. Stpd 4/2-30 496-3236 after 7 p.m. TFN bedroom suite $450. side brand new 50-unit apartment .
NEW BENCH SEAT fit 4/16. complex. Experiencenot
Over 20 to by side $250 contemporary -
Ignition sealing. 473-3949 years after experience. Sp.m. MISCELLANEOUSYARD Chevy van. Phone 1974 BUICK RECALl loaded. dinning room suite required-neat mature,
2tpd 4/9-16 4732718.: Itpd 4/16 $1.600 or will trade for pick $700. water bed $1 00. responsible adult. Pleaie
SALE Friday, April 17, TWO ACRES, .secluded up truck of' equal value. chest $35 wood table w/4 send resume to: Casa All
ONLY FORRENTOFFICE 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 696 large oaks, mobile home Phone 9646974.2tchg: 4/16 chairs and matching hutch Mar Apartments, Stale
Jasmine Ave. Handmade allowed. 5500. $1,000 4/23.: $330. Phone 752-7961 Pro Road 3, St. Augustine, FL
SPACES Keystone Items, wood 'croft. Items down, $59.11 monthly. BLACK SPANISH LEATHER vidence. 32084.: 2tchg 41623.. :
6 Center. Approximately 420: suitable for Easter. Misc. 4733854. llchg 4/16 SOFA $50. small desk$35. JOBS OVERSEAS: Big money
4 Cyl Cyl f..t. $160 items. Watch for signs. Frigidaire dryer$125. hide- fast. $20.000 to $50,080plus
month.square Call per Ilpd 4/16 CARS abed$1 SO, gold sofa$200. Ads Get Results per year. Call I
Keystone
Heights Realty Realtor YARD SALES Friday and TRUCKS lazy.boy rocker recliner 17168426000. Ext. 500}.
Club $150. 4-drawer chest $25. Itpd 4/16. :
ssaa $1200 4734961. tfnchg 4/2 Saturday. Keystone
MOBILE HOME LOT for Estates on Balboa Avenue. 1967 FORD GALAXIE. 289 Whirlpool washing FOR YOUR
machine $100. Phone
retired couple. Beautiful Itchg 4/16 cubic Inch engine. AT PS REAL iSTATI NEEDS Be a Marketeer
755-1864.4/16
Labor Only Labor trees Across from Lake P8. good rubber and running Itchg. IN UNION COUNTYResldentM :

Only Geneva.$55 month.Phone WANTEDCASH condition. New bat. .Ac,.... ...with a low cost classified
473-2879. tfnchg 4/16 tery. $693. 473-2777. :2fchg WANTEDMOBILE Cemmerciel, ad
you can be the
MOBILE HOME In Lake 1974 BUICK REGAL. $1.600 Cell market
Geneva Park. $140 1 and FOR GOLD, sterling or will trade 'for equal HOMES WANTED place for used items (hit
up. V.
n.ra Brown
SCyI jewelry, diamonds, coins.Will no longer are of value'oyou.
Phone 473-2879. tfnchg value In a pick-up truck.964.6974.2tchg Will pay cash for your used
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visit home Realize
4/16 your 4/16.23 mobile home. Ray Powell found $$$ bV
ON LAKE GENEVA) 2BRcompletely anywhere. 3765235. Mr. 4963377. TFN 4/16.' becoming a "Marketee
$00 furnished Rittman. tfnchg 4/2 LOST/FOUND Tiffin end Owens.lnc. through Classified Ads;,I
'INTERESTED IN 20 to 24 foot
house. A/C. $230 per ... 7)p Ave Today:
Flote-Bote with motor, In LOSTl RED CANOE on Lake REALESTATE ifOfe) '
Labor Only Parts Extra 4/16 month. 4732455.: Itchg like-new condition. Phone Brooklyn Please call) Riverfront River access C. Call J j};;
904-475-2301. :2tchg 473.3370.2tchg: 4/16.23 "
lots.
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...L LOOKING FOR a special No more looking, build or i

IAe) TUJ NOD' CARob.rei, t1LF4rd4l/Jt/ piece of property If I put your trailer on home
don't have it. I'll find it foundation with other im '496-2261

ONE,( A DAy Away Just ask.JANE S. USHER. provements. 4.7 acres off Today

;lE 4w. Fa .cm .. REALTOR 496-2126: or
TERWILLEGARMOTORS M IC4fnll.lt,. 'eves. 238. Owner financed.
4962903. "Your ''JIT
.... 171.c./IITr /frss, ,....--.1 I .. Union County Realtor tfn Very good homesite. 3.99
3/26. acres, highway frontageon T
.... Vi\"tl'teN'K. ... tl4fWt a"'u" "4oil&'c. 239. Choice spot, a I

C,4(.,(- 0" wit 6't --- CETA bargain buy.INVESTORS. wa enjBV PV :

.. rGE IICJl44 tea Positions Available Operating I Deadline CLASSIFIED for Insertion AD
hog farm.

1% Training and Medical Environment Get the oat for your preceding TUESDAY NOOK
Thursday before
206 W. Madison '964-720O' Starke Fla. 1 4.037-7433 with permanent money for this 2 BR 1 publication

Bath.Frame Home.SR 18 Minimum '
employment offered charge $2.50.
'. to successful participants. 1 acre, fenced in yard (Covers 15 Words). f
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YARD SALE WANTEDGOOD FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL HOMES

lARD SALE Fri. & Sat. 8 SERVICES FOR SALE
a.m. to 5 p.m. Books, PRICES PAID for used ,TRUCIC TOPPERS $l. IN. LAZY BOY ROCKER needs 3 COMPARTMENT S.S.SINK.

.....: clothes, misc. 301 N. to mobile homes If mortgage STALLEDI He. full vision upholstery, $25; 21" RCA complete restaurant type BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete
first left past Cov Apartment Is 3/4 paid or more. GUNS door and opening side win color TV $250; RCA Victor with drain boards. Like sharpening service, circular "" MOBILE HOMES

.' *. First house on MOBILE HOME SALES. dow. One year warranty. hi-fi radio/record player new. $300. Ricks Salvage. hand carbide, payments starting at ,4 /7ruii1kjrn
; right. Look for signs. 9645606. Open 7 days Beasley' Bargains. $50; Old Admiral stereo. 964-5184. ttpd416.REPOSSESSEDs chain mower blade hollow $137.00 par month. John
964-8327. Itchg 4/16. weekly. TFchgj 4734521. tfnchg 12/11. $35; double bed mattress Singer and balanced. Brown Mobile Home
ground
.. YARD SALEt Sat. April 3-8 WANTED Mobil home axles CYPRUS FOR SAUl and box springs w/f roroe, Future, one of Singers Leave at Jackson Building Center. 473-3773. 4/9
a.m. to 4 p.m. 401 S. Ep. and tlr... Will pick up.OLIN'S Firewood $5 .'/> cord. you $35. Call 964-5875 after. 5 finest medals.. Blind hems, Supply In Starke, Keystone tfnchg. zJ LREALTY!
person St. Proceeds to go MOBILE HOME load. Custom cutting. p.m. 1tpd4l6.BASINETTE darn., monograms stretch Heights or Lake Butler. SAVE): Buy direct from 'fac
to Cindy Countryman SALES %4.5. Open 7 Lumber. Phon. 468-2624. 7 WITH SHEETS stitches, makes but TFchg tory. Prices start at 12
Kidney Fund. Itchg 4/16. day. a w..k. TFchg ml. South of Starke on Eastside $10.00; King-six tonholes. Originally sold ALCOHOLICS ANONY. wide $6,995: 14' wide< t PHONE 964-7776
WANTED! Used tool., both of 301 across from bed-$20.00; upright for over $500. Pay balance MOOS $7,993, double wide
:; HELP mechanics and carpenters. Shady Oak Trailer Pork. vacuum cleaner $15.00; due $154.00 cash or Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. 12995. Come by and see TERWILLI.GAI 205 N. Temple. Starke I ..
Phone 964-0331 or 1/29 ifn.NURSERY. baby bed-$20.0O; Klngslze assume payments of TFchg large selection of mobil ..?'..

WANTEDPART 468.1551.9/11 tnchg STOCKs Shade and beddlng-$35.00; carseat $13.00 per month. Whit. REMODELING, BUILDING homes. Mobile
WANTED Mobile Home Axles. flowering trees: (for baby2.00) ; potty Sewing ft Appliance Community
REPAIRS New kitchens,
Home Soles. US.301 North,
TIME ADVERTISING Paying the best price evergreens; hec'ge: plants: chalr-$4.00; 2 record Center Archer Square. baths, Brick .
salesperson. Experience In for good condition a..... azaleas, 18" 24" gal. players one $5.00 and Gainesville, Phone block family concrete.rooms.Fireplace Starke, 944-8741 /9

sales helpful. Ag. Is no 964-8331.9111 tnchg cans, $1.50.och; camellias on. $15.00. Other baby 376-4466. Itchg 4/16. specialists. Grlffls Con Ifnchg. .
barrier If WANT TO BUYs used in bud and bloom Items and maternity 3 BEDROOM CEMENT block
you or. retired ; palms; RCA 25"COLOR TV: Console struction. Phone 473-2108
and want to g.t out of the typewriters and adding fruit trees-peach nectarine clothes misc. items etc. model I .under warranty. or 4732578. TFchg home in Starke. Central'
house a couple of days a machines. Mull be In persimmon pear, Phone 473-2164. Itchg Payoff balance due SEWING MACHINES gas heat fireplace air,.
: week, this could b. your working condition. plum apple. fig; blueb.rrplants BRAHMA BULL registered $186.00 cash or assume REPAIRED All makes laundry workshop, attached .
chance. Apply In person at 9645764. tfn 212.CARS ; citrus; hanging 2.yr..old.. spotted. payment $19.00 per cleaned, oiled and ad. garage. 30'I 9648483.
the Bradford County boskets and potted house 9646411. Itchg 4/16. month Also new models justed. $15. Work tfnchg' 4/9. ..-
: Telegraph tfn. & plant. Get these now. FARM LAND 2O ACRES. $23 month. White Sewing guaranteed. James OPEN FOR VIEWING -f-f--

: NURSING HOME needs 'full- O.C. CARNES NURSERY, :23: approx. 15 acres fenced and Appliance Center Archer Strickland corner MorganRd. "Deerfoot Trail"-3 model
:. time LPN or RN nurse for TRUCKSSCAMPER ml. SE of Starke on Hwy with good pasture and Square Gainesville, and Hwy 16. TFchg homes on 'large Sampson BRADFORD VILLAS. Starke Fl. A desirable, different
100 at Florahome. Phone timber small of' lifestyle. Prices start at $33,4001
4.12 shift. Call 9646220. portion phone 376-4466.4/16 tchg MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory lake. VA: No money
SHORT-ORDER COOKs EX. POr-un sleeps 8, 659-2169. Closed on Mon. creek running through. It71 SUZUKI CSSOOt: good trained mechanics. down. Call for directions *
PERIENCED only n..d sink' and go.stove. Easy to day. 2/12 tfnchg. 10% down with 10% In condition crash 8 sissy US.301 South 964-6020. Bob Harris 964-S533 SERVICE OUR BUSINESS
ly. Apply In person at app.S.r. pull. 400.00: 9x12 tent NEW CARPET. NEW 4 USED terest. 9646528. tfchg bar $1500.00 negotiable. BOOKKEEPING SERVICES: 9 Itchg 4/16. large brick home with appro. 2000 .... ft. ot CMA.
vicemen's Club In Came sleeps 6. $50.00. Phone Furniture & Appliances. 4/16. Call 964.6935. Itpd 4/16. years experience in all 1220 carport Ii,I2 ..II",,. 67 sroop. 2 Ml hattie, 4
964-5804 after 3 I Plumb. fixtures and 1980 AQHA STUD COLT
pipes.
p.m. tea bedrooms with '
kitchen/family carpeted
fireplace
Blanding. NO phon. calls phases Including taxes and FOR RENT room
4/16. BARGAIN CENTER US 301 grandslre"Go.' Dick. Go",
LANDFORSAkE .
pleasel l Itchg 4/16. government forms. IR 1 OR paved driveway fenced $41,000 with asium-
W7 FORD PALCONs Runs South, 9646679. 2/S damslre-"Arctic Affair". ma"'. .
RN NEEDED 7.3 SUPERVISOR mortgage.Lovely
great. $300.00 call TFNchg Race or show prospect CHAIN LINK FENCE Install MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
position W.d. & Thur. * * *
only. ed. Free .
964-6159 between 8 a.m. REGISTERED QUARTER $900.00. Also have 3-yr- estimates. HandyMan HOME PARK mobile home
LPN needed 3-11 or 11-7 old ONE ACRE. well septic Fence Co. 964-8559. largo antique brick horse situated en a beaufffol-
and I p.m. 4/9 2lchg 4/16. HORSES Race horses white filly experiencedrider. and spaces for rent. Phone
'with differential' pay. Part M7 HONDA TWlN.STAlEXTRAS.wlndshi.ld brood mar. with fold by $700.00 AND FREE tank utility house on concrete TFpd. 681.TYJtEWRITER. 463-2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING >y landscaped acre In Canerly ','ot... A ..u'.'. secure
tim. or 'full time employ auto side, riding horse. All well Australian Shepherd-mix good land In Lawtey REPAIR: Call and sleepIng lifestyle yet near all canvenlences-a beautiful/ /homo with
m.nt. Gr..n Cove Springs bred. Call '5332559. 4/2 the Office Shop 110 W. everything. !
Itart. luggage rack. low Phone 468.1576 alter puppies. All prices area. room. TV and Air
Geriatrics Center. Phone mileage.. Call 964-5223 01 7:00 p.m.9 tfn. negotiable. 9645078. 4/16 4tchg 4/23. Call St.. Starke, for details, Underwood Motel 3 miles * * *
1-284-5606 for more Infor. 964.7147.4/16 :2tchg: 4/23. EASTER IUNNIES different 2tchg 423.GRAVERLY TWO B-ACRE TRACTS 964-5764. tfn. North of Starke on Hwy; Our finest commercial/ property(Krall from Holiday Inn).
mation. 4/16 2tchg 4/23. 1171 DODGE CREW CAN 318 colors. $3.50 ca. Phone TRACTOR with cleared, 2500.00: per acre. GLASS CUT TO ORDER: 301 10/9 tnchg 200' on 301 with 1.41 acres. Use your 'ImaglnoHonl Term
-,LOOKING FOR A LEAD V-8 with automatic & p. 7823068. 1tpd4l6.UNCLAIMED mower and seat (on Griffls Rudolph Hutcheson. Doors, windows etc. MOBILE HOMES Two and * * *
..: GUITAR player and drum- brakes. Good condition MICROWAVE Loop). 9648816. Itpd 4/16. 964.7966.9 4tchg 4/30. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. three bedrooms; clean Friend's are asking "Is real estate really moving" The
:: :: m.r to Start CountryWestern $1200.00. Also. Kawasaki OVENi Sensor touch OINETTI: TABLE and 4 chairs 1 ACRE FOR SALE well 9646078. Orders also Highway 16 and 225. New answer Is: "res, you betf" If a piece ef property Is ten-
,, Band.
:: 964-6346 after 6:00 Call 100-As* Is $100.00. Ricks model never used. Full $40.00 sofa $50.00 25" pecan trees, op SRI6 west token In Lake Butler owners, 'formerly Whites slbfy priced If will' sell. We need houses to sell fool
,. : p.m. Salvage. llpeI /16.. factory warran I/ large color RCA TV $135.00. approximately' 4 miles 496-3079 and Keystone Call 4681323. 3/12 tfn. * * *
:: ask for Johnnv. Itnrf 4/1*
:.: COOKS NEEDED for church 173: FOUR.WHEEL DRIVE size with defrost cycle, Phone 473-4508 before from Stark. 9648696. Heights' 4734973. 2/26 FURNISHED APARTMENT ON THE HOMt FRONT
( pickup truck. Good 8:30: am. Itpd 4/16. tfn. Utilities furnished. Prefer .
;.: In KeyJtone Heights eep meat probe several power Forest Heights Rd. 16W approx. 15 acres or 30 lets
camp PARAKEETS NEW AND USED WATER .
:: Two months during cond. Must see to appreciate. settings. Assume $10.00 each PERSONALSERVICES one middle age person. Inquire 41500.
.: area. Send to Marklee Starling payment of $20.00 phone 1.468.1834 Hamp CONDITIONERS Sales and at 603 E. WashingtonAVe. 4464C
inquiries
per
summer. 533-2468. ton. ltpdl16.ANTIQUE Service. Call for free woteranalysis .. Starke. 3/19 tfn.1C. .
:: P.O. Box 270848. Tampa FL duo 2lpd 4/23. Month. Whit. Sewing and and 1320 E. Searing 1700 sq. ft. home BR 1 I'/iB, nice /lot.
Information
: : 33688. 2tchq 4/16-23 Appliance Center Archer PIANO: used by 2BR APARTMENT' ..4644.
.- church. Needs work, Inquire COOL SEAL FOR TRAILER 964-5673. 3/12 tfn. Adults No
Square.
Gainesville, only. pets apply .
:: : Canerly Estates Two pretty one acre lets.e .
phone 374-4466.4/16 Itchg about price ot TOPS: materials & labor at 405 N. Church St. 4/2: .6.6 46.

; PANTRY PRIBE e_'' .''-O'-A_ A_9646676.__ .I tod_ _../16. _.' furnished. $75.00. HOMESFOR Ifnchg. Little Bedford lake-House t garage-efficiency 120' on
:: <<<<# <<< Accepting applications for the follow. LEON S S I ATTENTION PARENTS: child APARTMENTS NOW accepting .44466
.... care-school transportatlon. applications for
":0.. ing part-time positions: PO PLUMBING SERVICE fIi ;| Arts,,crafts parties PARADISE IN THE PINES, : expected vacancy. 1BR ,Coming up soon large brick home at the Country Club
'** learning activities. Hot Almost ntw 2 bedroom situated an 1.75 acres fenced bock yard.
.-.. e Cashier In-Store Baker Sampson City Road ((225)) AC carpets, garden patio. ..........
!I\i\ lunch and afternoon snack. dream home on 2Vi acres, off-street parking.
Cake Decorator CookS !r ",4 964-5523 !9 All ages reasonable rates. productive lac. garden; 964-8601 4/9 ifn. Lot 42 Sampson Lake Shores has light pole and septic tank

Prepared Foods Clerk ; 5(4 Also Specializing; In r,1j" 964.7933 .after 6:00: p.m. new grape arbor; big 3 BR. 1'/, BA ON CANAL and a Hal Hum! trailer.- 16700. Very best fishing!
:II.A. Saw Sharpening ; :'f1 for information. 4/16 2tpd workshop and utility overlooking Lak. Geneva 64644

Must be available hours needed. 6: .. 4/23. building. A real pleasureto $200 per mth. Call 378.144 '..5 nice acres on 301 N for $19.850. Highly desirable!
any IIi
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0) *Limit One Coupon Per Service Call RIB GENERAL carpentry see. $31,500. Call David (days) or 376-4766 even 6fl
Apply! In person TuesdayTAprll21f. begin1iiiiafiYSImTat -- .Good thru April 30th 6:; and roofing.Call after 5:00: Bruce Mills': Realtor Ings. Itchg 416.QILtOME.. Attractive, California redwood 1600 sq.. ft. home with at-

IheTstarlce-Womaa, :fI p.m. 964-77Wi.. 4/16 Itchg.PA'IN'TING Associate, 'Evenings._: '"W .........fereeei .....'-hut'weter heater;ftr.plftoand 97

oas t5Vblnut and JeU&v'ets. "; ::JA_ ; j.fl Pfl T. 0<1'0111.' Jr J Owner Sh ti!I """REPAIRS' '4733586. JANET M. STARLING r* -onlyt 964-7619.No pets Itchg(inside l116.' ).,CJII acres of prim. propeSy./46444 Owner .finance.';.

REALTOR. 7823931.Advertising .
HELP W.HHD' .HELP W NTED< HELP : 5 ..............AJjOft.- -.-....A........ carpenter building. Work,etc.. small Call 3 BR, 2 BA. FURN. mobil.. Mint condition home 2244 sq. ft. CH A .close to schools 8
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) .......'IIV.'f' I2.IY ..y.v..,..,. I i> 964-8813.3112* 8tpd 4/30. Pays home. No pets. $160 shopping. Have to see.

month plus $50 deposit ...........
1st & 2nd
Mortgage 7823680. 4/16 Itchg.
lest located motel In town 24 units $19.000 with
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S'A APARTMENT 3 ROOM 'fur
: Money Available il CARDIN BROS.Steve fI.. street nithed parking apartment adults of' 155,000 rates. dawn balance financed at low low. Interest
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We purchase existing mortgages. Call .6646..
; Semi-Truck Drivers Cardln-Owner preferred. No pets. $125
John 964-5010 Or Heavy Equlp..ntOpera'o [96457501LANOCLEARINC t| per mth. Call anytime: Developers dr.om near Hampton 40 acres plenty of
Bradley .
4d.0.12..123 Start Locally 964-8498. I tchg 4/ 16. timber roads S40.000 with SISCOO down owner will
tOU-FMi SEPTIC TANKS LARGE TRAILER LOT: in cory mortgage 12%.
] -.. .110O:141: 6444 4.*6 4 4..6 6
: / .. I DOZER WORK LARGE & SMALLSEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED country by paved road. 7
mi. south of Storke on Rd. Large CB bldg. In good condition an one acre appro
STARKE SHOE REPAIR FILL DIRT LIMEROCK ORAINFIELDS RELAID
ic 100. Phone 473.4508 5000 sq. ft. formerly "Moose Lodge" |lust off Rd. 100E
: 416 E. Call St., Starke 964-6261 PONDS DUG FILL DIRT before 8.:30 o.m. ltpd4/16. $55,000 terms.Worthlngton .
: ROADS BUILT 'SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES NICELY FURNISHED TRPLEX: 6.446.6 4

Closed rot; Vacation ( k4 CULVERTS SET & COVERED utilities' furnished. Prefer Springs Restaurant and 2 lots $11,500.
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: ) If middle-aged persons. No 4 4 4 4 6 4
you are planning Will Close at 4 p.m. April 17th .

". to tell your BIG property Reopen at a.m. April 27th h- invest In the Best It Saves More ..J 603 children E. Washington no pets. Inquire Av<.:. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
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5 acreage i or commercialwe C 4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees 9000.
4/16 tin.'MOBILE.
have Foreign and I a 40 acres Lawtey area $42,000-Owner finance.
Domestic buyers with PUBLIC AUCTION "Extra Income" flt a New modern CB stare 301 Lawtey $32,000. Owner fin.
CASH Cold Cult 0 ..a"tlfull..llt Rd. lot-133' 250-.
MAgnum Concepts Farm Equipment Money Bock Guarantee ? *5 acres approx. 9 miles west of Slarke-St.. Rd. 100.
Lie. R.E. Broker ORDERED SOLD BY How to earn extra money In your spare tim. If you can use extra cash you should pJt. C Lawtey 301-CB store-$19,50O.own.fln.

-I. h:t' ((904)964-8600') FARMERS HOME ADMIN. send for my "Big I 0" secrets.'Money. 4 Lot on E. Call St. Call for details.

lock Guarantee" C 7 1-acre lets Brawnlee Rd. 84,000/A 20% down/12%
Sat.. Apr. 18, 1981-10 a.m. Extra Incom. Inc. ktOi W. Adkln.-Hou. 8 50' x 100' lot SU.SOO.

Wilderness c ... 6 ml. S. o.f Bellevlew. Fl. on US 301alOtractors 709 1191h Av. E. HOME a Plnewoad Drlve-CB home with carport.
i 4 404 N. Ch.rry.2.rg.. nicely fu,,,. opts. Owner fin.
Homes Tampa FI 33612 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
4 :-. Log *49,000 ft. Irrigation Pip ((2' 2.l0)Spump. 4 Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet.Home .
An adventure into rustic 10" .a".a'. Send m. my Extra Income Guld. Enclosed please find mv 8 3 acres In Breaker $51.600

elegance. We make Log *S Power Units Diesel check/mon.y order post dated 31 days from loday. If I return you book POLICIESAT .Coll St. commercial 100' x MO' Owner fin. $9,900.
Home dreanu-a reality. *12 Guns end C 5.5 acres near Presbyt.Church 8 offer.
Walking Wagons any 11m. during this 31 days. I will receive mv unca.hed check/mon.v hospitalmoke
JM4 M. Starfc* Disc.Plows.Planters Fertilizer Distributer.Sprayers. Hay REASONABLE RATES 20 acres. Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed.
.. ........IItIIIItzM..... equipment and many ether It...... order by return mall. On that basis, I am enclosing check/man.y ordermade - C 43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly"Bar Skin Lodge" 40000.
;.1-M4-7U-3M1 712MMKm payoble 10 Extra Income, Inc. In 'the amount of $9.95. .
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...... .......... TERMS: CASH CASHIER CHECK OR 10% CASH .............................................-.,.............................................. Olin's Mobile C 4.71 Country Acres Club Rd.lot 230A HO'8.Wilson 313'-nice Rd. $11,700.location-$10.000.

.. sjMei shssel R. Men DEPOSIT. BALANCE ON MONDAY APR. 20. DATE: --____ __--_ _______________ Home Sales 6 Busy C.II. Water 51.101235' 16 Owner fin. $19.100.

,I... M4-S1M Its,1S4-M7* NO PERSONAL'CHECKS NAME: -______ _________ FREE QUOTES 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 1E Owner fin.

.MWMsl i.cewtf BMMInoslMlIm ADDRESS:________ _-:.-_____ Phone 964-5606 $500 mo. Income four furn. r.ntal.-C.II. Bay 55.000.
NNaP 471-Mes Per more 'Information cellMcDougall's CITYSTATE. ____ __ __ ___ .
Realtor
:- Elaine M. Olin Agent' Associates-After Hours
..M Le1 Acrmeai Auction Co.
.Unrlsy.Pappas. ...... =: -_____ ZiP------------: ... tnthg Wayne.. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964-6593
1-9O4-772-798O .. -No-C-0- 0 Plot.... ___ r flCerrl lennon-49.-3140 "Rich"Hendrlx-964-I3IO !
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Byron Terwlllegor. 4-777e Martha Darko. 712-337
WellDrilling HAnne Terwlllegor Nelson, 475.1677 Sally Kllllan.4s.-22SS
H MofUne Robert, 94, 50SAd


r: Income Service Tax Full Time Remodeling Staff "..., 1T] ..i. "... (>t't Re mi lit

I r : ; 118 S. Court St. Fast Rotary

-". Behind Koch Drug YES, Affordable Homes recognizesche Drilling EquipmentJHMLWSSMSS

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needs of the home
24 Ilr. ..Energ.I present owners II
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Truckloads
18 Yard
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t .:stIIU..s ServiceLOCKSMITH : No Money Down up to io years financing. ..".Eu. P.-t.. *50 per load in Starker I

tI New & UsedSalesPartsService I S55 load out-of-town IX


I EXPAND YOUR HOME II Call: Cardin Bros 964-6750 -/

I! __....E.Z.......Terms.....!............... I I
AMIO .... Com*. VACUUM
One call brings a Mobile ,. Improving. Costs Less Than Moving l t fJ .
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Shop to your door. or you f! I !!.g.
: nay leave your locks to bet J NEW USED RECOVERY

serviced at any o( the J:,,";?t QUALITY WORK '. I New Installation We finance our own. c jROOM{

\. -following location. e i Enhance your home and increase Remodeling Repairs KIRBYS The Recovery Room at
ACME HARDWARE _''J' .. its value with improvements -..--...........,.................. ROYALS Lake City Local Disl.
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:'101 K' \'o lt-SI'rlif ;:: : ''" 9 5533e Archie
Tanner
). e Energy' Efficient storm windows installed \ FuneralHome
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-- JACKSON BLDG.SUPPLY : 1urr.an.PUMP EUREKAS
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i' a new room a {rowing family HOOVERS
.. {':, C Remodel ) 9&4-S737 Stotke Fl
.101 $ Hurl* '' 't'I present room (anytime
..- Hwy.! ISO- K'st..vC"OM ): 5 Add a deck or screened porch ELECTROLUX
.I //'e- & FILTER QUEENS

s $PARTS CENTER,.,.. I Call TODAY for your individual estimate SUPPLY SEARS MOBILE :HOME

HARRv"cRE ;N > COMMERCIALWe SERVICE POLES
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COMPANY '
AUTO PARTS repair all makes.
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.,' ST PARTS A rloll(NAPA MOTOR) / \ IF OiAILLi( ) / \ IH1Om 864 N. AL YOUN&'S! ,200 AMP

.1 1.1.1W.ILL'S Bruspirest.SECURITY jM rs. Temple Ave. 964-6918 since mr "" #& '

Starke Fla. Cat* InyWrO.f4CtlVlT
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#.,"-/0'0.'.' .:. Bob Harris. Builder 964-5533 Anytime --- -- 4 mites north efStark Vfa
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ObituariesMrs. NI "...,..,.............................. "./'.............. v.VO'......,. In memory of Aubrey Moore, who.
passed away April 17, 19'17. 'I, :

Be gentle with him now dear Lord
I Inez Davis a Memorial Service will be held at a He was a gentle man, you know r
later date. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral .
I April Mrs.11 Inez at ScottsvUle.Davis, 80. died Ky. Saturday. Home is in charge of the services. Open welcome thy arms him wide in and t'g owigCOay

Mrs. Davis, widow of the late Ellery For he was tired and full of woe.

M. Davis of Starke, who was a rural Miss Florence V. Kummer
mail carrier in Bradford County for Give him your tender loving care
many years, had made her home with Miss Florence Viola Kummer, age That shall make his spirit soar Sunday May 10 _
her granddaughter. Mrs. Guy 85, of the Park of the Palms, Keystone Give him thy gift of eternal life ._.. J ,
(Dorothy) Haddock, since the fall of Heights, died in the Bradford County That he may rejoice evermore. .. .
ALL CAN
MOM'S
Hospital Sunday morning following a
1980. The Davis home is on the cornerof
Temple Ave. and Brownlee Rd. long illness. Make room for himin
in Born In New York City, July 18, thy glorious house.
Mrs. Davis was a piano teacher
Starke for 1895, Miss Kummer had moved here And prepare for him a bed EAT 'FREE
Survivors many include years.: two grand several years ago. She was a retired On a soft white cloud,
daughters, Mrs. Guy (Dorothy) Had- insurance clerk and was a member of with a pillows of satin (when accompanied by family)
Palms Church. his ad. ,
dock of Scottsville, Ky. and Mrs. Beth the Park of the Where he may rest weary h
include several nieces.
Nelson of Hendersonville N.C. two Survivors
sisters, Mrs. Pauline Stone and;Miss Funeral services will be held April Sometimes when the loss ''11
Mamie Anderson of Williston; three 16, Thursday, (today),at 11:00a.m.: in and grief I feel 1 1m
sisters-in-law, Mrs. James Barron the Park of the Palms Chapel with Are almost more than I can bearI From
and Mrs. George Anderson of Starke Mr. John Meyer officiating. Interment look to heaven ei
will be in Keystone Heights with wide-open eyes &
and Mrs. Albert Anderson of Merritt I
Island. Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral And can almost see him there. Our
The funeral was held Tuesday, Home is in charge of the ar His loving wife

April 14, at 10 a.m. at Crow and Son rangements.Mrs. fl........!...... ...Lilly.... Mae...Moore......, ,'
with Funeral interment Home in in Scottsville.Scottsville, Ky., Elminey G. Huff Card of Thanks &

Mrs. Elminey Glover Smith Huff, The family of Elminey Smith Huff
PFC Robert D.Jones 86, resident of Starke,died early April would like to thank our many friendsfor LUNCHEON SPECIAL
PFC Robert Daniel Jones, 20, of 2. at the Bradford County Hospital the food, flowers and prayers in
Lady Lake. Florida, died Friday, following a brief illness. the loss of our loved one. Special
April 3, 1981 in Ft. Benning Ga., as a Born in Sopteen, Ga., Mrs. Huff thanks to the Archie Tanner Funeral Your choice Of
result of a traffic accident. moved to Starke at an early age Home for the beautiful service and
PFC Jones was born February 9, where she has lived since. She was of the thoughtful consideration shown Beef Chicken Pork J.4' .
1961 and was a member of the First the Holiness Faith. us. Love in Christ _"- .............. -.-....._.. .--.-.
Southern Baptist Church in Lady &
George RubyTrull
Lake and was stationed In Ft. Benn- Survivors include: her husband, .................................... Sonny BarBe
ing, Ga., at the time of the accident. James "Jimmy" Huff Starke; three The family of Herbert Prescott
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Survivors include: his parents, Mr. daughters, Mrs. Betty Jean Todd, would like to thank our many friendsfor
and Mrs. Thurman P. Jones; his Starke Mrs. Bertie Zimmeman, the food, flowers and prayers in 301 S. Main St.
grandfather, Edward Norman of Ligonier, Penn., and Mrs. Nellie Grif- the loss of our loved one. Thanks for
Starke; two brothers, Eugene Jonesof fis, Dade City; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle the beautiful service and a special Starke Lake Butler
Weirsdale, Fl., and Julius Jones, of Spence Starke and Mrs. Patty thanks to the Archie Tanner Funeral
Leesburg. Glover, Lakeland; two brothers, Home.
Page-Theus Funeral Home of Foster Glover and Charles Glover,
Leesburg is in charge of funeral ar both of Starke; and a host of grand- -
rangements. children.

!Mrs Lillie A. Hollingsworth Graveside services were conductedat
11:00: a.m. April 4, in Dyal
Mrs. Lillie A. Hollingsworth, 89,
Cemetery with Rev. Jim Black of
died Friday, March 27, in Alachua
ficiating. Archie Tanner Funeral
General Hospital, Gainesville, afteran
Home of Starke was in charge of ar
extended illness.
Born in Bradford County, Mrs. Holl-- rangements.
ingsworth lived her entire life in the
Lake Butler community. She was a
member of the Lake Butler church of
Christ.
Survivors include: one sister, Mrs.
Loal Grantham of Deland; two step-
daughters, Mrs. Edna Sweat of
Raiford and Mrs. Edith Dobson of
New Port Richey; two daughters-in-
law Mrs. Estelle Andrews and Mrs.
Juanita Andrews, both of Lake I I
Butler; 15 grandchildren and many CNhii1ii. arha (WGrand
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great grandchildren.She R,' 1 J
was the mother of the late Mrs. e
Mary Johnson, Lunn Andrews, John-
nie Andrews and Norman Andrews.
Funeral services were held Sunday,
March 29, at 3:00: in the chapel of OpeningLunch
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler
with Bro. Eddie James officiating. Special. .
Burial followed in Elzey Chapel Mon.-Fri. 11 o.m-3
Cemetery under the direction of Ar- pm
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Dinner \

Mon.-Thurs. 5 pm-9 pm

Mrs. Gertrude W. BurgessMrs. Fri. 5 pm-10 pm
Gertrude W. Burgess, age 98,
Sat. 12
noon-10
who lived at the New Life Acres in pm
Melrose died in the Bradford County Sun. 12 noon-9 pm c-I
Hospital Saturday afternoon after a
lingering illness. Mandarin and
Mrs. Burgess came to Melrose in
May 1978 from West Palm Beach. She Cantonese style
was a retired secretary and was a
member of the Presbyterian Church -Op n 7 Days A W. k.
in West Palm Beach.
Survivors include: one daughter, Located: 1900 N. T.mpl. Av..
Mrs. Eleanor B. Joyner, Keystone 301 N. To R.no Motel
grandchildren.The Heights; 3 grandchildren. & 5 great I I TAKE-OUT ORDERS

remains will be Cremated and PHONE: 964-5125

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