Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01389
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01389
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since April 1: 'Was recorded ati" 1 Editorial l. ...,,. .,,.. .... p.g* 4A .,1'I
Highland fire tower with .9 inch, on Society i.. .,... 4.Pages' 5A.7AA I,
that date. April 5 brought tw -tenths I: DST Time! : Correspondence.;?Pag dA87El, '. ,t I''

to ,New River, and one>tenth each to' Sport*......,. ......Pag '. AL9
Highland and Santa'Fe tower. Starke!h .ls. .... ..m ,, ". Page 3A>, 12A
has recorded onlyi one-hundredth. of Yes folks I It's that time'ot'yearagain SECTION Bt ,.'

an inch on April U when you SPRING AHEAD! 11! Real Estate..y, .. .... ..<.aa The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
The possibility of 'showers is Sunday, April 28, at 2 a.m. remember I ,Classifieds. .... .,...,". Page IB&*...

predicted for the .weekend. Starting to turn your clocks one hour AHEAD.Don't Britls... ..,... ... .,...... ..Paget*. 102nd Year STARKE. FLORIDA 23: Cents Copy

Friday,_._with!: cooler than normal Ch hl be late for Sunday School and' Obituaries. . .. .. Page 1011 30th Issue Thursday, April 23. IWil USPS 062-700
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Rental Complex

Faces OppositionA

r controversy over a proposed Bradford Villas property was rezoned
p. N federally funded 40-unit rental last year from K1A to BP
.A 4i development on Bessent Road, just Shipman pointed out Bradford
4 I east of Bradford Villas surfaced Villas project rezoning was a viola
) the Starke city commission meeting tion of section 4.11 of the City of

Tuesday, April 21, when a petition Starke Zoning regulations pertainingto
IeI signed by 47 residents was presented.Lt. living units in zones other than

l' Commander Wayne Shipman, residential.

I' who lives In the former Gerald Brown "Dwellings shall not be permittedin
I house across Bessent Road and 300 any business or industrial zone as a
... feet east of the proposed develop- principal use" Section 4.11 sa 's.
-.../ ment acted as spokesman for the
r'O :.. opposing "However, living units may be
property owners.
established within the
The city council says it has never
building in a business industrial
; approved the project, called Starke
J district as to businessor
--- accessory any
; ;a Apartments, LTD. The council wantsto
industrial use, provided that such
/ review the project before
1 granting
living units within any business zone
ffLaf approval.City shall not be on the ground floor. In the
', Attorney George Pierce has
industrial districts living units shall
ruled that the parcel now zoned Rt-A
ars+1 be permitted as to the
; v Iw accessory per
for residences
family on
mitted and dwell-
use family
M'r g which proposed project would be ings shall be
permitted on existing
... ... ... ,, located should be zoned BP. Reason-
-. ?' 1 C__ ;. A.l".oTypical .. .. lots of record including other uses
ing is that since the larger adjoining
permitted on the same lot as accessory -
Teenagers?... property is BP, the smaller parcel for uses."
the is also classified
apartment as
These 13 teenagers and two adults appear to be typical teenagers. They are Whiffen's: Helmut Leb n. Susanne Chellus, Ursula Str tch, Angelika Vogt. and The second complaint involved a

except that they are from Germany a country now well Imbued with Western Claudia Zingel. Front: ';Anne Stoll Andreas Barth. Tanja Mildner, Susanne BP.The 6-acre parcel, with 270 feet on one-family house built by Bob Harris
culturjk.:- Koch, Michael Grate Dorothee Assrau*. Mrs. Gisela Wachholz the teacher Bessent Road, is located just east of of Affordable Homes in an area zoned
In the third of three weeks visiting here are exchange students and two adults and Erdmute Schrodter.. tAll the Bradford Villas property The BP. The house was recently purchased

(l-rH Standing In rear: Michael Stoll, Mrs. Ingrid Stoll, a friend of the Wayneto the students have learned to water; ski. All speak English very well. proposed deal is for Stokes and Co. of by the mother of Peggy O'Neal of
the Florida Times-Union and Darrell
4 Jacksonville to buy the parcel con
1 O'Neal the Bradford Count -
it being zoned BP.
tingent on
Sanitarian Shipman staled the house

Fast Cars Food Clothes (FmHA The Farmers) has Home Administration was in violation of the zoning regulations -

Food Colorful }, Stokes and Co.already application approved for $1 a zoning and to R1A.should be downgraded in

'.. .._.-,+ .'.. F J&SMyiJrtrt'..'''';:'' .' r million in funding tar 36 one-bedroom The third-complaint involved (the
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yvr 1 j" .wg fi ra r.U. W2M ; :fr: r* <'*> \ -"-" "' -" -"" MWt- 1j11. :' .i apart- Starke Apartments Limited which is

Most: Impressive b German .Exchange,:SLdents persons the ments.county The 62 hospital and project older, will planned and be four limited close units to to Company planned to be built by Stokes and

Shipman cited section 31
will be designated for the handicapped
'-Dorothee Assrnus) a 10th grader elementary and high school for 13' come In a block before or' after the years before the pendulum swings says Gary Silverfield a partner regulations."A lot definition. on page 8 of the zoning

from Germany, made 100 on a senior years in Germany. School in Germany program."Sometimes. back toward more discipline in Germany in Stokes and Co. 82 parking spacesare
English spelling test at Bradford High dismisses in the early after we don't even know u ,'. says Mrs. Wachholz:, who planned.A portion of a subdivision or any
School. noon; students spend the rest of the it's a film or a commercial," said teaches English. Teachers in German community building with a game other parcel of land intended as a unit

The 13 exchange students laughed day studying. Some schools are in session Tanja Mildner. : schools are not allowed to touch the room and meeting room is planned. for building development or" for
when asked if schools are more strict for half day Saturday. In Germany the TV stations are students and it is difficult to expell a The city council plans to write transfer of ownership or both. The
here or in Germany. In Germany The exchange students from Erf-- owned by the government. The misbehaving youngster. It can be FmHA asking to be able to review the lot definition says "The word'lut' in
students study English from the 5th tstadt near Cologne and on the Rhine students understood about the done but requires a council of the proposed proJect. eludes the words plot parcel and
grade through the 13th. Yes, they go River are spending three busy weeks number of commercials here when teacher student, his parents, and a Shipman asked for a review of the ;tract, and shall consist of at least| sufficient -
exploring Florida, learning about they learned that the major television disciplinary committee, says Mrs zoning which a portion of the propertywas size to meet the minimum requirements
American schools and way of life. All stations in America are not tax- Wachholx.' changed from R1A to BP involv- of the zoning ordmance.isto :

Glljc! mown drier!] have learned to water ski.Motorboatsare supported.If Teenagers In Germany begin ing 270 feet, the acreage planned to be use coverage and area"
not allowed on lakes In Germany, they attend church. Germans paya dating about the same as used for the housing development for At last month's City' of Starke Planning
although the lakes are open for sail tax .to the government for the ''Americans. age the elderly. and Zoning board meeting total
It's to parents,
up realtor Bill Powell requested that the
ing. church. They don't have to pay the however. German dates are usually "We are firmly opposed to the zoning -
270 feet of the Powell estate .
tax if they attend no church,however. Dutch-treat. change" Shipman said. properlythat
generally go was not rezoned BP for the Bradford
Students Get Involved German schools have dress -
no disco dancing, to a movie, or out to His statement involved Bradford Villas project be rezoned to 111',
codes. Students are allowed and do Villas
With Local ChurchesThe project which involves 23
students attended church with wear almost anything to school, says eat.Weather In the western part of Germany duplex homes to be built on 18 acres of He on reported the a hinder, hud been pi.iced

their host families Sunday and some Mrs.American Wachholz.liberalism' has found its around Cologne Is cold and the W.C. Powell estate. zoning property.The board I tabled a decisions :
sung in choirs. Claudia Zingel teamed champ Homes of Starke purchase
with Patti Mullins for a flute duet Sun- way abroad and it may be 10 or 20 see Exchange... P.2A the property last year and Hentall.'omplex.... i'-\

day at the First United Methodist

Church.They handle the English language By 4 Zoning Board Members '

very well, Indeed.
What Impressed the German
SATURDAY., APRUJlSUPERWALK students the most?
'What's the Problem Commissioners AskedThree

March of Dimes Students Impressed With

Meet at t a.m. America's Fast Living reversals on important zoning or against a reclassification: of pio
Edwards Rd. National Americans eat hamburgers and decisions in the past two months perty. At least two members of the

Guard e. .ArmoryDAYLIGHT . sandwiches at fast food eateries. brought four members of the Brad commission said I they' did not understand -
ford County Zoning Board to the that the Sc.inl.in petition was
SAVINGS TIME "It's all very fast here. said An-
County Commission meeting Monday considered speculativeoning when
dreas Barth. In Germany it's still
to they voted to reverse the Zoning
night inquire "What's the problem
Remembertoturnclocks mainly three meals a day at home ?" Board.
Most German mothers do not work
held 1 hour ,
Hodges t the only Commission!
outside the home. Of the 13
by2a.m.SundaySUNDAY exchange Reeling off the reversals-all of
member voting! to uphold the Zoning 1 1Board's
students, the mother of only one has a them highly controversial issues-Don ,
recommendation against I lie
APRILJtJ part-time job."Everything. Itardon, Zoning Board chairman, said industrial classification( on 'Ml South

UDCMEMORIALSERVICE is so colorful the "We've had differences in the past, told Rardon he understood the Zoning

4 P.M. Crosby Lake Cemetery clothes as well as the food,"says Suzy but normally you would send your Board's feelings about I"e'ersalut'Its t
Public is InvitedWEDNESDAY. (Susanne) Koch. reasons to us and ask for a review of decisions but said he still\ thought

It Driver licenses cannot be obtained our recommendation. We feel you arer "the final say", by the County Com

APRIL until age 18 in Germany, in contrast to mission provided a good "check and
DISTRICTTITLE I 16 here a noticeable differenceto balance.
", Parent Advisory Council Board Action Probed.....
the students.
Oeerwood resident Joan llamon questions! Commissioners! their Several representatives of Deer-
Meeting ':30 A.M.BC Many more cars are Used here. on: action
subdivision questioned the Com
School Board Office backed by other property o"III'rlln the area. \
.. . Germany has much more public mission members again on how they

;, PROWRESTLING teenager transportation.is apt On to a take date the a German bus or not taking our decisions seriously the Zoning Board has consistently arrived Zoning at their Board's decision to overturnthe

: Wrestlers enough. We need to have a dialog to discouraged. recommendation.
.s.. JjOO j p.m.BHS train, though there are fewer trains Unsatisfied
find out what's the problem." Three other Zoning Board with t the a nsw ers by Commissioners -
..:00 p.m. PROS now than in former years. Gas in Germany : Ii :Maxte Carter
members, Arthur Schultz
8HS Gym Wayne
is some $2.80 gallon, that's
per The latest l..awrency :Mosley,Dl't'rwood
reversal of resident
11 $1 ringside$4 bleachers translated from the liter the Metric Zoning Hersey. and Fred Mueller said they David
.' '" '. of an industrial classificationthat study of the zoning applicationsbefore gentlemen didn't do much
Stores that stay open all night were homework,"
DOES YOUR PRE-SCHOOLER new to the exhange students German would allow a special exceptionfor making a decision and were
EARLY TRAINING?, :: a batch concrete plant near a trying to the county's com- The Industrial zoning opponentswere
NEED, stores close at 6:30;: .p,m..; and, 2 p.m. K $ uphold told (he
.1 I IP you know of a child up to 9 yrs. of oft Saturdays., y < residential development on South prehensive land use plan for orderly concrete plant was not
'age in need of special training, call.. ;"We were amazed"' coming home U.S. 301, has placed the Commission growth. "If this keeps up the Commissioners actually authorized by the Commis-

Bob L.rlmlr.t7699.. from the airport(late at'night).when Afc. Vfi under continuing fire from residentsof might just as well hold a Scott sion's decision It was explained that
BUARC the car pulled into a store for a gallonof r Lincoln City and Deerwood subdivi meeting and do the zoning Whitehead the applicant must
return to the
Zoning Board and ask
themselves. _Mueller said
milk says Mrs. Gisela Wachholz, sion.Rardon
the' teache accompanying 'the said however, that the Commission Vice Chalrman.IE.W.Hodges. for a recommendation to the Board of

rfMd < 1 students., In Germany milk is sold by Commission's decision to overturnthe presiding in the absence of Adjustment for or against a special

t .the liter, about >'4 of a gallon. Zoning Board's recommendation Chairman EL. (Nook) Norman, suggested exception industrial in the six and one-half acre
site to allow
Realtor the
The Orange Park Mall,'enclosed by against "speculative" commercial that representatives of the operationof
'i9041782.393)HOMIS( ) :a roof and with a,water;fall Inside, rezoning of a site on U.S. 301,North Zoning Board and the County Com a cement plant. The special exception -
; LOTS ACRIAGI "bothers request must then be advertisedand
me more than anything
also caught the eye of MrsI; a.chhol%. mission meet with Zoning Director
; '
AUTHORIZED 01ALQ'Vdderness' else.; L.M. Gaines in an effort to map a bet. a public hearing set before the

Lots Of Differences Wat's the deal. Rardon said the property owner, ter line of communications betweenthe Board of Adjustment.
In United States' IJ.A. Scanlan) presented no specific two boards on controversial zoning After' the Board of Adjustment!
County Zoning Board chairman plans to the zoning board but said the matters. makes its decision, the petition for
'Logfomej The Germans have difficulty telling lion Harden asks ,County Commissioners property would probably be used for a Gaines said the Zoning Board could special exception will return to the
,where American ,-commercials .for explanation of Commission -' fast toed
franchise and/or
a conve- submit a written report to the Com County Commission probably at its
Hwy 301 N. P.O. lox 1286 begin,and end..German stations don't reversals In lore recent con- nience store. Rardon said this was mission In such cases stating the June meeting for final
,,,, "'," ," interrupt a. ;. commercials .IroveMial l toning decision' approval or
ttev.I'I.32O:18 : ( program speculative zoning, a practice,which reasons for Its recommendations for disapproval of the cement plant.



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*.1tk1trr.P.1.! ,Kl; 1mP t ;' to be r '3 More FireSl'

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Final details for fire in governing special district lax levies. In Being w
unincorporated areas of Bradford In conversations'after the meetingBadjoiunect mittee
County will be worked out M i iHardy told twp members tracting[ been addedto
: fires have
meeting in the courthousfeOTtfOtplJirMonday ', ; tqrrtrXijttee)' that in his opinion nual or Three more list In Starke being in-
Apr. 27, prior to submitting lax monies i collected in the unm1 tion had I the growing State Fire' 'MarshalEdgar
the plap for a special fire tax district corporate 1 areas could not be spent were vestigated by and his staff. 'All "three
'to the Oountfy ConVrKfesion' at its,Mdy. 4 for fire prbte'''tlon in the incorporated in } Aid
Wte tfh'I'f'/ "It. '.1"( "I. r 'towns of Hampton, Brooker, andLawtey. would be fires occurred during the early morn-.
L. .r.t.." ', ''u I 1"1111.: t"" Hardy said he interpreted Bill /Y I ing hours of Saturday, April 18.).
The matter.fttiled' to come' M atf expected this as'peing illegal since voters in that / Starke Fire Department was called
at the Com Mssibn'It! wtohdaynighti "these 'incorporated towns had not volunteer to put out a fire that had broken outdo
) meeting/ although' eNal 1 '. voted In'''fast fall's straw ballot and than it an aluminum storage shed ,behInd
volunteer xle partment chiefs'were would not' be paying the one-mill from a Sonny's Bar-B-Q Restaurant.)Fire of-
present; and Cwmfy''Attorney Dudley special levy. He said he would write The ficials reported the $2,500 buildingand
Hardy,told the:.preto, ,he wail ready the State Attorney General for an opinion not been its contents were destroyed. The
with interpretation x>f 'the law on the matter. planning cause is unknown.
.1' .' II' ti ii ii I. 'i rll( i I.' About 30 minutes after returning to

the fire station at 1:43: a.m.:; firemen
*' ( > iV.. were called to the StarkeBradfordCounty
I City :"JKfHfial Cbipplex Chamber of Commerce
t a i building at Madison and Walnut
t '.s Streets where the rear door was on
, on the a legal 'inter money until more input could be ob- site is ( ,' rwalk more than McDonald'! fire.A. '
matterIlending at
tained'' zoned BP :cups, and a juice machine. third fire at Clark's Realty;
o 'George i
Pierce. ft'.o *:"4r11! > s' > I Md indicated FmHA was going to : !!, center, received a plaque US-301 and Edwards Loop Road was
.I"ierc ''sated hi*ruled under Section meet Wed.:' April 29, with represen- dwellings George Loper left, and never reported because it went out on
ta< pal 31 of zoning'regulations section i tetivesJ' of Stokes and company in Live "The its own. The Clark Realty buildingwas
recognition of generous and broken into and rolls of adding
on use regulations that if more Oak to further discuss the project. City about '
< March of Dimes Drive achieve but
machine set afire only
than :SO percent elf the lot Is located in "' Milner stated he was assured by but no paper a
< disabling affects and support set of blue prints and a rug was burned -
one of, two or more districts', the use McCormick that the money will not be the city,
regulations'applicable to the district! Issued unless they hear differently receives .
containing the majority lot area shall. from the City of Starke. therefore,
apply to the entire lot.! He stated they are ready to cut the proval of
Pierce stated that the property does check but will hold that up until they Shipman Cars Fast Foods... I
not need to be rezoned and that receive correspondence form the Cityof contacted ,
building permits could be issued. Starke by the April 29 meeting. and asked
The building'' permits were issued Last summer DM. Hale of Lake federal grade according to ability in Mrs. Wachholz says, so meeting the
for the project at 4 p.m. Thursday Butler and Keystone Heights placed a stated he vocational or academic regimen. black students at Bradford High has
April 16. Stokes and Company paid a binder on property on Edwards Road decisions are made by tests,and been an experience. Black students at
$2,460 fee and zoning director Albert and Orange Street to build a 80-unit asked Parent can overule the BHS have been very friendly and provided
Crosby Jr.,Issued the permit. rental apartments project for the tion of the : however and Insist that a stu a pleasant experience for the
The city council voted unanimouslyto elderly. be placed in the academic pro- exhange students, Mrs. Wachholz
write' a letter Ito the.FarmetSrHome: That property was rezoned for the an Vocational students have less noted.
AcTrftirtiStratibn? [i 'District Director project over the objections of project and more training
Wallace McCormick in Live', Oak residents in the area. Hale's group allocates a pro- The exchange was first suggestedlast
stating that the board had never givenits was not successful in obtaining year to German school officialsby
endorsement to the, Stokes and FmHA loan funds and dropped plans rumors on Saturday! Anne and Wayne Whiffen when
Company project, ";' .' for the project. tion was is they were visiting. When the Whiffens
Shipman presented a copy of letter Stokes and Company was granted grams of on Saturday means there returned home they suggested to BHS
written last Aug. 13 by City Clerk loan funds of a million dollars and has notice that day when a teacher can be free officials that an exchange be set up.
Merrill Edwards giving the city's: made plans to build the $1.1 million available. class work, since planning of the Local parent interest spurred the program .
blessing to the project and stated the project.The Stokes week's classes must begin Whiffen said.
zoning was in compliance for the pro- project last September 17 was received .
jest.The letter according to Shipman, approved by the Clearinhouse com- project to from school come at dif- Hosts of the exchange students dur-
did not name the project. mittee of the North Central Florida in Perry. times in Germany. Students ing their stay here are six local
Silverfleld in a telephone cpnversa- Regional Planning Council. proved by three weeks at Easter, one week families: Dorothee Assmus and Erd-
tion Wednesday April 22, tolcT the Jeanne Martel, program review tee of the Fall, in October, 2''z weeks at mute Schroedter are staying with
Telegraph he came to Starke last coordinator for the NCFRPC, wrote a and six weeks in the sum BHS Principal and Mrs. Jim Duncan
August .met*with Edwards zoning letter to McCormick citing the fact recently Andreas Barth with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
director,,Crosby and Utility Director that the clearinghouse committee had elderly in ( exchange students will leave Reddick of Hampton, Susanne
.Merrill Dees and asked them what reviewed the project and voted to support units rented for home. Chelius and Suzy Koch with BHS art
else needed to be done. He stated he it."The. the are for American students to teacher Bobbie Sue O'Brian and her
;;.hand-carried the letter to the project is consistent with the They Germany this July or August husband, James; Michael Graefe and
,'Farmers Home Administration and it regional land use plan and housing FmHA it is warmest in Germany. Sud- Helmut Leben with the Wayne Whif
,'was placed in the file for applicationfor plans," she said. Villas near in the weather in winter fens, Tanja Mildner and Claudia
; the loan involved in the project. "It is consistent with the adopted ville. They () : ; lack of warm clothing of local Zingel with Mr. and Mrs. Norman
< Commissioner Bobby Milner, Jr. Starke Comprehensive Plan and zonIng tor for would make that the most Conti. Ursula Streich and Mrs.
called the Telegraph Wednesday ordinance." Martel said. "The ment house says Mrs. Stoll. Wachholz with BHS business educa-
:afternoon, April 22, to explain what exchange students have been tion instructor Paula Register and
:the city was going to do about the Bes- received by all Bradford her husband, Freeman III, at Hampton -
kent Road project of Stokes and Company Gospel Businessmen to Meet Mrs. Wachholz says. The Lake, and Angelika Vogt with Mr.
were concerned how they and Mrs. Hiram Chappell of Crystal
He stated City Clerk Edwards acted be received and have been Lake.
Dan Smartt from Jacksonville and
in letter The with the warm reception ac-
improperly writing a statingthe
assistant pastor of Faith Tabernaclein
in favor of the He by the ; them.
city was project.
indicated a letter will be mailed to Melrose, will address the Full Smartt's ( is only one black family, and Mrs. Stoll and her two children,
McCormick Thursday, April 23 Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship of power of S. is a doctor, in Erftstadt, and Anne and Michael are, staying Wl't"'l
ttoday), advising FmHA that the city Starke at, ;30 p.m. Saturday, April : students: in.the school. )there the Whiffens at! Kingsley Lake::! '1'
Taal the Wfesterw Steer..JSteakhouse;ti_,, Dinner-: : : : : '\lhl.JUJ; hrw,! 'J!/ ban 't7bjI
mmission was opposed to the proof Ton nfcaoi ss&ih In Stark. i'J: music Is :: ) : .. ...7 n'tl ..i. n r".1A91' +unf'r7
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Met until they have had a chance tojjnjj- Jiha EUJ < t-Ll ..w. I m.
view the project.
:, They are going to advise McCormick -; Local Holiday. Inn Gets NW
that Edwards was not acting
within the scope of his authority when Jack Colbert is the new general has been ;;; ,
the clerk wrote the letter. manager of the 100-room Holiday Inn Ocean
Milner stated City Attorney Pierce in Starke. the Triple T Inns Inc. has 160 more j
was looking into rescinding the announced. struction

uilding permits and refunding the Colbert succeeds A.J. Dugger who restaurant. :



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Hampton Baptist Members Local Voices heath'

Given Until May 15 In Tallahasseeby

Judy Becker appropriations bill that fails to fund
To Resolve Argument Fifteen local concerned citizens the "good programs" that the govern
met with Rep. Frank Williams, nor outlined In his address to the
D-Crystal Lake, and Education Com- Legislature on lIe opening day.
I Attorneys for both sides in a long- Green stated he would take the matter missioner Ralph Turlington at the Florida Education Association officials -
standing feud between two factions of under advisement, prior to state Capitol in the second annual discussed pending legislation
the Hampton First Baptist Church reaching a decision. At that time he Target Tallahassee sponsored by the especially concerning collective
have been given until May 15 by Circuit gave the attorneys 20 days to advise Bradford Education Association. bargaining and tenure. PEA Presi-
Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green. him what action had been taken to dent Pat Tornillo said a coalition of
Jr. to reach an out-of-court settlement heal the rift in the church. Throughout the dar April 13 there persons interested In education law
in the case. "The courts don't have a monopoly was an exchange views on bills enforcement, and transportation has
The controversy revolves around to make mistakes," Judge Green coming before the legislative season been formed to work for the Interestsof
the Aug. 15, 1980 dismissal of Pastor said. this Spring and funding state pro- all the factions.
Mark Brown by the Board of The attorneys filed a letter with the grams. The BEA delegation visited the offices -
"'- of Sen. Pete Skinner, D-Lake City
Trustees. Brown called a special court Thursday, April 9, requestingmore Rep. Williams and Commissioner
meeting Aug. 16 of the members, at time to try to resolve the Issues Turlington spoke to the Bradford ; Sen. George Klrkpatrick.DGaineviile .
which time he was reinstated. The and on Wednesday April 15, Judge Legislative Briefing... teachers at a luncheon at the Florida and Sen. Tom
membership then dismissed the Green signed an order giving the par- Attending a luncheon given by the Bradford Education Association In Education Association building.A Tobiassen. vice-chairman of the
Board of Trustees and replaced them ties until Friday, May 15, to resolvethe Tallahassee are (I-r) Jeanne Loper, Rep. Frank Williams, BEA President Julie "bare bones" approach to the Senate Education Committee. The
with Roger Jones Jack Bahre, Paul matters in the suit. Miller, and Commissioner of Education Ralph Turlington. state budget was emphasized by Rep. group also attended a session of the
Meng, and Ray Vaughn. Williams who indicated that If the House and a meeting of the House
The replaced trustees, Don Smith, citizens of Florida are serious about Juvenile Justice Committee and
Bill Underwood and Lonnie Melton, having higher salaried law enforcement toured the state Capitol.
filed suit late last year against Brown personnel better public schools, Lorraine Schaeffer, assistant direc-
seeking damages for his actions. A Hampton Clerk Resigns Post or improved roads, they, the tax tor of State Libraries and daughter of
hearing was held before Judge Green payers, are going to have to let their BHS social studies teacher Hilda Dey
last March 12 to determine the correct representatives and senators know treated the BEA delegation to to a
situation. they are willing to have the state sales tour of the state library and the R.A.
Clerk Gordon P. Wadsworth, Jr. records in a safe, and several more Wadsworth stated he has never Gray Building.The .
Timothy Kayser of Interlachen is submitted his resignation to Mayor electrical outlets in the small office. seen the city ledger since he took office tax increased. BEA delegation Included BEA
for Underwood and "The Governor is have
to to
attorney Smith going
Hank Lott at what was supposed to bea Wadsworth pointed out a majorityof last October and has not seen the President Julie Miller Jeanne toper,
Melton.C. Robert Edewaard is stand and overall issues
the attorney to
up speak
special city council meeting in the city records were taken to the first cancelled check."I Carolyn Canova, Hilda De ', Judy
Pastor Brown.It before (the
Hampton but only one of the five auditing firm of Davis, Monk, and am leaving the clerk's job with a we Legislature) go Becker. Maurice White Wanda
in the March home said Commissioner
was brought out members of the board showed Farnsworth in Starke to work on the clear conscience," Wadsworth said. ,
up Smith Ross Willie M. Randolph -
Cynthia ,
hearing that the original board of ington, indicating that Gov. Bob
Monday, April 20. audit. "We hate to lose Mayor Lott
you Thelma Leake. Joe Williams,
trustees had allowed the church Graham force the issue.
corporation The clerk, elected last fall, read his Some records, he pointed out, were. said. "Thank you for a job well done." can Leslie Becker, Mickl Becker.Michael
to be dissolved due to failureto Letters need to be sent to
resignation letter twice to a group of rought to city hall.
file the required state reports. Ac- citizens who showed up for the Wadsworth stated it was his Gov.Graham urging him to veto an Becker, and Anne Loper.
cording to the legal arguments madeat meeting.His understanding that under the Hampton Car Wash Set Sat.
the hearing, the incorporatedchurch resignation becomes effectiveat charter the mayor was em-
which is allowed to make 12 a.m. Tuesday April 28. powered to appoint an acting city BITS Rifle TeamA
financial transactions and own property "Working conditions I am now clerk.
is separate from the church under are injurious to my health," He stated under Florida statutes all
body or congregation. A subsequently Wadsworth said in his letter records must be kept In a fireproof car wash, sponsored by the Brad- LUTHERAN CHURCHPastor
elected board of trustees is now ford High Rifle Team, is set Saturday,
"I trust the citizens of Hampton will safe or vault. He stated the safety
handling the business of the Baptist understand my position and would deposit box at the Community State jackets.April 25, to raise money for letter Glen Schmlege 473-2419

church. like to sincerely express my gratitudefor Bank could be used.
According to Paul Meng, present The car wash is set in the Community -
their loyal support, Wadsworthsaid. "Nobody was required to come
board member, the new board has not down to city hall but me," Wadsworth State Bank parking lot from 9 a.m. Church Service 10:30: am
to 5 .
yet incorporated but will do so In the "I respectfully request an immediate said. p.m.Rifle
near future. Meng indicated the audit, Wadsworth said. He added the City of Hampton is In team members will clean the
church was functioning as an independent "And for Mayor Lott to appoint acting direct violation of state statute 119-031 outside and brush up the interior of Keystone Lion's Club
congregational church.In clerk to be custodian of city records which requires the records to be keptin cars for $2.50 and vans for $3, accor-
trying to determine the size of effective after audit which should be a fireproof safe. ding to Stewart Pauley, team captain. *Sunday School and Bible School Resumed am

the group Judge Green asked completed by Monday, April 27. .
"Before the fight broke out, how At the monthly meeting of the board
many people were involved in the last week council ordered Wadsworthto
church." Meng Indicated there were bring all city records to his office in
approximately 300 people who were city hall by Tuesday. April 21.
members."It He was threatened with a court
would be a service to your order to make him comply if the .
clients and a service to the church to records were not put in his office.
sit down and resolve the conflict," He had previously indicated he
Judge Green said. would not bring the records to city
At last month's hearing Judge' hall unless certain conditions were

met by council. Wadsworth wanted a .
fireproof file cabinet to place city a .

I School Lunch Menus

Southside. Starke, Lawtey!' .,, Tuesday. Apr. 28: Pizza, .'.1': ,::"
Hainptgirookery''Elementary cheeseburgers.. French fries,onion little : .J-,"
and Bradford Middle rings milkshakes. to ,. ',4,, ,! .
We'iesday. Apr. 29: Hamburgers, now
Schools: pizza, French fries, milkshakes.
April 27-May 1 Thursday. Apr. 23: Hanfburgers, pizza -
:: This week's menus were written by tuna salad, egg salad,
1:: Starke Elementary students. milkshakes.
= Monday Apr. 27Mrs. Strong's Friday. May I: Cheeseburgers, ham-
:;.': homeroom) Pizza, French fries, burgers, French fries, pizza,
: tossed salad, strawberry short milkshakes. lot'
zpr cake and milk.
Tuesday, Apr. 28Mrs.: Reddish's SC a
x:: homeroom) Pig-in-the blanket,
gjy, baked beans, tator tots, fruits LEGALNOTICE
.cookie and milk.
*,"Wednesday Apr. 29Mrs.: Adkin- ;r1---- "I 1 would say that any time you can spend; little money

""' :;!' son's homeroom) Fried chicken TO BIDDERS now to save a lot of money over a long! period its a pretty

y'rpaghed; potatoes & gravy, buttered Suvvannee Rlv.r good investment. And that's how I f feel about insulationand
'e'.r' corn,hot rolls, ice cream and
1t'.: ,llk.kurfday.. Economic Council. Inc. those other energy-saving: features in our house," says
to In
Apr. 30:,(Mrs. ftlc- the propose teven counties sponsor of Mr. Robert McMahon (}GKO.I. He and his wife eon,

\ ) $Uand'.homeroom) Hamburger Bradford. Columbia Dlx- estimate they save $30 to$40 a month because of their
oraun, lettuce tomato pickle.
I Ie, Hamilton, Madison, ''
:41' to chips fruit r cobbler and Suwannee and Union a initial investment in the Watt-Wise Living p-tcka e at

: 't. ij. Summer Food Service '" the time they built their hume.Whats .
May I: MANAGER'S Program for children and
It's combination of
JICE. purchase approximately a packager: .1
'A .. ((2900)) unitized packaged '' ... t features that meet FPL's energy-saving: st.mdard and can
'' radr rd hSchoolREGULAR lunches per day: to be. r be easily included in the construction of n new home. ;
delivered to
e.t1. '' ((36)) approximately feeding Over period of years they can save you substantially more :

tn.a ,ed Apr.27 potatoes: Hamburger,green beans gravy, applesauce ite*. Tentative program than they cost. Naturally. ; how much you save will :
dotes or. from June IS,
/ butterscotch squares, 1981 to August 7, 1931. X depend un your lifestyle and conservation efforts.; .
%'1 M rolls, and milk. Procurement It subject ;..,/ Watt-Wise homes: have cust.s tvinJ.: features like
Tuesday, Apr. 28: Sausage rice & to Federal Regulation P
extra ceiling and wall insulation solar or heat-reci> :
V tomato gravy, fried okra, corn- and Florida Specification : :
fc'bread peach pie, and milk. at administered by 1 b x. units for water heating\ u hl ilhlr-efficiency'.conditioner

Wednesday Apr. 29 Barbecue on bun, the Florida Department s or heat pump. Power savers" like fluorescent liuhtinj:and
buttered cole slaw of Education. t
corn jello
w/whipped topping, and milk. CONTACT: SREC at r c ( 4/; ft i a microwave oven and thermally efficient w'inlluwsIlld j

Thursday. Apr.30: Chicken w/yellow P.O. Box 70, live Oak. I doorsw'ithgIaasareasplannedtuminimi.ehcnbuikl-up.j .

rice buttered green peas, biscuits Florida 32060. v 1"r Today, there are many wa>s to save on electricity :
((904-964-6696)) for
w/butter, pear half, cookie, and a copy
milk. of the detailed solicitation a II; without giving up cLlmt.\rt. You'll find them in FPL'sWartWise

Friday May 30: Tuna salad on let .., menu specifications. .. Living Program. day; its one of the wisest

tuce banana saltines nut, macaroni cake w/cheese mixed All bid submissions x r investments you could, make. Stop by your local FPL
vegetables and milk. must be In the SREC of. office' and pick spa free brochure.
fice by May I, 1981.
Apr. 27: Hamburgers, tuna 1981 at 1:30: In the SREC I
salad, egg salad, pizza, office, 119 Wilbur Street
milkshakes, French fries. Live Itchg Oak 4/23., Florida 32060. r


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ebiTORiA1SI..J Want to Save Money on You?';:Efej&iric'Sill; ? : "

I..J i, Ask City for O1 ito ''Energy t Efficiency AuditWith


Ordinance Needed the aid of a computer, Phillip t. 1'1
Suggs can tell a City of Starke resi-
dent the best ways to make their
home energy efficient and what it will
For Added ProtectionThe cost.

Last month the city mailed out 1,762 t
brochures announcing the new energy ,,,plt, tAsking

threat of peat mining in of the area, or to leave the conservation service.
The City Commission appointed '
forest like it is for timberingand ,
the Santa Fe Swamp is only assistant purchasing agent Phillip .,, u! 1'
one reason that a mining or- hunting. Suggs as the person to conduct the r

dinance should be passed, Judging from reaction at a energy audits. Suggs was sent to
without further delay by the school last month in Ocala for a weekto : j jzxiJ
recent public meeting in Mac- learn how to conduct the audits. ,
Bradford County Commis- clenny, Baker County citizens Albert Lee Crosby Jr., City of Starke
sion. rejected the mining and accepted planning and zoning director was appointed a
by the board to be an advisorto
the forest "status
There is also the potential the program.

threat of phosphate mining listening to several Customers may fill out a card requesting \
with much land either leased hours of pros and cons on the a trained energy analyst to \ ,

or purchased for this purposein issue. contact them for an appointment to .
check their home's efficiency.
the western part'of Brad- Among those warning Drew and Ada Reddish at 1417 '-

ford County. Anyone who Baker County of what it's up Debra Street requested an audit and

reads the newspapers knows against was U.S. Senator the Telegraph accompanied Suggs as
the problems that have been Lawton Chiles who said that he did the audit Friday April().
brought to Columbia Suggs then performed an on-site .. .. .-..; :: :::::-;.:....;! "'"
legislation he intends to file in analysis of the Reddish home, both In-
Hamilton and other nearby Congress would prohibit strip side and outside the house.

counties as a result of mining in the forest. Chiles, The former police officer and the Question... r

phosphate mining operations. who hails from Lakeland, in fireman with the City of Starke checked Energy auditor Philip Suggs feeds via telephone' information. to a computer:
the for leaking weather stripping and Atlanta the facts he has learned 'in surveying the home of Urew and Ada Reddish .
mining coun-
Besides the continuing phosphate insulation outside the house. He in Green Acres 'in Starke.
threat of pollution to the try, spoke from experience. "I checked the perimeter footage with
Suwannee River and other know you've got a national square footage around the residence
forest that I consider a deleting the glass windows from the perform the home energy analysis.The customers of the service which was
streams in the area receiving perimeter footage.He customer is charged $15:>> for the done last month. PSC ordered 82 N
discharge from the phosphate treasure he said. "I know checked the windows for caulk service although the city says actual energy analyses to be performed I
plants a new danger was it's never going to look the ing and also checked the cooling cost to perform the analysis is more through June 1983.
disclosed last week when a same if you allow strip miningin system inside the house. including administrative fees and The City of Starke also offers an
it." Suggs stated the majority of work associated printing cost. alternative energy survey. For a $5
University of Florida resear- Suggs stated the customer is billed Getting the Answer...
will be done outside the houses involved charge, Suggs will a walk-through
cher received a $98,563 grantto As for the effect on the in the audits but depends on the for the service on its next utility bill. inspection of the home being audited.No Ada Reddish gets tin answer fiiini
study the effects on water- forest a U.S. Geological Ser- house. Under the 1980 Florida Energy Effi- computer will be used but the the computer: in Atlanta about which
fowl of radioactivity from vice subdistrict chief, told the After the on-site analysis of the ciency and Conservation Act, Starkeis energy auditor will discuss the energy oitiismutioii steps, will l,evosl
clay settling ponds in thestate's home is completed, data about thecustomer's required by the Florida Public Ser customer's energy usage, or applicable ('ff.'i'tl\e.
group that the Floridan energy usage and Information vice Commission to notify the home improvements.
phosphate mining Aquifer would be lowered as about the dwelling was fed by
areas. Suggs into a computer terminal whichis -

The study was prompted by mining connected to the customer's By Public Demand FORESTRY
telephone. The terminal then feeds
the Florida Game & Fresh as far away as Lake City or the information into a master com-

Water Fish Commission's White Springs. "There wouldbe puter in Atlanta Georgia where cost Night Meetings Continued IN IRADFORD COUNTY
discovery last summer of two a tremendous decline in the and weather data about Starke is

"radioactive ducks" shot by area of the forest, he already stored.Information y
declared. on the customer's last By County Conunission
hunters in Hamilton
County 12 utility bills is also placed in the by !Mark G. Fries
where Occidental Chemical computer according to Suggs.
Company mines phosphate.The Several years ago a proposed Within minutes, the computer Theme song of the County Commission will be"Night and Day" for at
ducks were found to be strip mining ordinance was recommends to the resident applicable least a while longer as an expected decision to abandon night meetings
presented to the Bradford improvements such as ad- faded in the face of a packed house attending Monday night's session. Almost all Florida homeowners'
radium described -
carrying 226
commission of- County Commission but was ding a specific amount of insulation or Rumor had it that the night meetings, undergoing a three-month trial agree that shade trees are among the
by game never approved. At the time replacing the airconditionerheatingsystem period,would be discontinued because of sparse attendance and apparentlack most important parts of their proper.
ficials as a long-lived and with a more efficient unit.The of interest on the part of the public. ty. But when the time comes to( buy
potentially dangerous isotope. there was no immediate computer even lists the estimatedcost new trees either to replace the old dyeing -
Long-range testing with threat and a majority of the to install the improvements, approximately Several members of the taxpaying public attending Monday night's trees or to landscape a piece of
many board seemed to feel that how much money can be crowded meeting said however they appreciated the opportunity to appear property from scratch there are
samples is needed to obtain a state laws offered sufficient saved, and the length of time requiredto before the board without losing a day's pay from) work. hosts of pitfalls.
clear picture of the effects of .
waterfowland protection. But the threats recover costs. 'I. 1 One spokesman;Everett Stallings of Crystal Lake,put,ta a plui;{1o1 only II J :Here-are some tips.FollorrictgtNrt 1
radioactivity on Suggs compiled the information
| '
fof-flight meetings; but also'Salurday or tone !Week hours at the
those who hunt them. have increased over the in- and tried to phone Atlanta from the '8utomS\) Cti t1'StaUoll and Saturday or One'night night'a' opening' of the '" can .save'4ime, dollarsahd.ijfsll; '
tervening years and it is clear Reddish hbUse but was unable to get 1 Tax Collector's office. On the subject of county fire protection Stallingssaid pointment when selecting and settingout
Then there's the big deci- now that the county must arm through. He went to his house and "we need it,"and in regard to persons who say they didn't know they trees that you hope to live for"

sion now confronting itself with all possible protec- completed. the computer call to Atlanta. were voting for a one mill tax when they approved a special fire tax years to come. :

neighboring Baker County-- tive devices if the en- district last fall, he declared "If we can't read we shouldn't vote." '
Suggs reported the following information Source Shade trees may be bought"from
whether it's better to let the vironmentally important San was recommended by the So it's back to the night shift for the County Commission with the next local nurseries state nurseriesof

phosphate miners dig up ta Fe Swamp is to be saved computer to be made to the Reddish night session set for 8 p.m., May 18, which by daylight saving time will the Florida Division of Forestry or.,
30,000 acres of the 157,200-acre from exploitation. The sooneran home. They include: still be before sundown if that's any comfort. ordered from mail-order houses.
Osceola National Forest and ordinanceis .$20 worth of caulking which will Keep in mind the distance between!
adequate mining save between $3 to $J a year the source of the tree and your plan-
provide jobs for some citizens passed the better. House needs weather*stripping ting site. Mail orders from distant

and will save $2 a year. firms are risky because long shipping;
Hot water heater needs insulation periods may allow the root systems to';((
which will save $20 to $30 A year. become dry, overheated or crushed-f
Supreme Court Restricts Install plastic window(inserts with County Agonis By Locally grown trees have ,a'better,,
I reflective film which will! say :)$. ij yp chance of surviving and gr inglfrapidly ;
$21 a year. \\n) BobbyTaylor .> a in the spring, especiafljrif.5) all I j
Rights of DevelopersA Recommended installfng'a' soar Notebook \ drastic climate change is '"Y 0w1T t1 rn1bSize
hot water system which will save bet- '
ween $300 to $400 a year. .; Usually h homeow'n'' v aMsL' '
owner has the Suggs told the Telegraph'\ Red- .I' 1 to buy the largest size tree''avaifablel0.,\ I ),
property Court decision as "an impor- dish house is in good shape.>' hoping for instant shade arid bit t ';
right to do( what he wishes tant victory in the state's effort The City of Starke is contractingwith Since this is National Secretaries: However our spring vegetables like This line of thinking is'often fatal ltljijo: ,
with his property as long as it to protect Florida's the Florida Municipal Utilities Week I would like to publicly thankour warm nights andwarmer soil the tree because the larger trie''iree !
does not violate zoning regular Association of which it is! a member, Agriculture Building Secretariesfor temperatures to make a good start. the greater. the t transplantrng.'shwJK;' 1l;
fragile threatened i
tions, the rights of other pro- environment. natural While for the computer software it takes to their to serve dedication the people and work in Bradford in helpIng We are now somewhere tn betweenour Although this shock:'varies frorn.P0species .. Ifill(
to the because'!
perty owners and creates no County. cool season crops like strawberries ff UVo..g'
the '' irSesT13usually
recognizing development ferent 'root 'sm
and all system
harm. National-Volunteei' our spring crops. J Maybe leasfa; '
"public rights of private will benefit and experience the' ; 'o';
we can have
property Cathy Fischer has been with us on- a good -In
The frequently misunder- owners, as long as they do not Week Observance. ly five months but she has already year. and respond most readily: in.t.,ttiel4",., ;,:.i;)

stood and misinterpreted"rights" infringe on the rights of The week of April 27-May ::1) has been become familiar with her respon- ing. \,..Mil nlJ I 1\
of the ..
Speaking weather a good .,
of property owners others, the landmark decisionsets designated as National Volunteer sibilities and is doing an outstanding rain should help most everybodys'feelings. Bark and Branching ConditIoI'111 r.\1, !!!)
Week and several local social service
week a clear for job. She serves as receptionist in the Don't buy tree if its bark has been,/
were better defined last precedent set- agencies in Starke are planning to Agriculture Building and directs It is beginning to get dry in a :
when the Florida Supreme ting limits on the extent to recognize the works of their clients to the proper agency or 'some areas and our plants will sufferif badly gashed or branches broken, _
it doesn't rain in few wounds are common doorways for
Court gave an opinion that which vanishing natural volunteers during a special programon department. She also serves all'my a days.'I disease-causing bacteria and fungi.
slate and local (county and city assets can be destroyed.The April 29 al 2 p.m. at the Community secretary and assists in giving infor- would Bark injuries also impair the flow of
I 'enter located at limo :North fine mation and publications to suggest watering lawns or-
t ) governments have the Street. namentals and gardens by the sap from the root system to the tree .
on gardening, lawn ;or-
to restrict muck in the Santa Fe weekend if possible. If you irrigate top. Broken branch tips are usually-
power featured speaker for I this program namentals, fruit trees etc. She is
developments in environmentally Swamp is just as important to will be Vernon L Oho retired business-like but congenial and Is try to water early in the morning and not serious but branches broken near?:-

sensitive areas without the ecology of this area as the cili/en. jet active in cmnimimly always ready to help you. put on enough" water to "meet the the trunk should be avoided.
disappearing muck ( fl/,%Ii inns and \ '. moisture. This will take about 1.inch
in South rg program development '
having to purchase the land at Branching Form Certain ;>!
of water in most soils. species
in Bradford C Pat Muse is 4-H
Florida ounty. She"
is to the Everglades. our secretary. 1 of trees such
government expense.In A list of agencies in Slarke thai use Is always helpful to our Adult 4-H and redbuds maples to' .''
its six-to-one decision the The Supreme Court's deci- volunteers are: leaders and helps coordinate all of Santa Fe Swamp develop weak are V-shaped especially forms.likely Such
sion Health and Rehabilitative Services our 4-H activities. She also handlesour
that the
said The of developer'srights Proposed Mining Plan trees are to during'1'storms
court : owner .IIHS I. 727 South Walnut SI.. 4-H correspondence clubs and is prone splitting
private property is not entitled end where the public'snose Starke. Jobs Volunteers include: always ,busy with newsletters and Discussed at RotaryThe especially as the tree-crown''
to the highest and best use begins will be helpful in receptionist, food! stamp aide direct supplying information to leaders and becomes but heavier. If you have nor'choice "
preserving the state's service! aide, guardian tut I item for members. detrimental effects of possible to purchase a V-forked.1
land if that
of his use '''
dangered wetlands dependent children Iranspul'tt'.s.fril'ndl v peat mining in the Santa Fe Swampwere tree prune off the poorer half of the'
create a public harm. for the important discussed at the Starke Rotary crown while the tree is young. In a
\ visitors for the t'ldl'I'IfU1U1 Ann Greene has been our Home
role they have played raiser: sanitarian' nurses aide and' Economics secretary for several Club last week by Harold Hill, presi- few years the tree will hardly show-*;
State Attorney General Jim in our environment for volunteer coordinator's :aide.SHKC years. She knows the office procedures dent of the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers where the weak fork was. .,
Smith described the Supreme thon.' :".da of years '. lloinemaker Program. of the Home Economics Assn.
pro- ,
Size of Root The size of the i
Peggy( ( Barnett, Supervisor, haul) N.Pino gram inside-out.and has good rapport -'
The bulk of the swamp, comprising root system is a key to good growth.If }
St., Starke, Jobs volunteers: with many of our County
over 5,000 acres was recently the tree crown Is drastically broader J
homemaker Homemakers. She is
53_.';' ;"----r'o / clerical. transporter and and willing to help our very folks efficient in chased by Georgia-Pacific Corporation than the root system, be wary. This I
: any
1 t. for approximately $3.5 million. holds true for bare-root and balled4
p Hradl'ord 1
,;a(7 County Iiy Care Pro-
..." gram! and lleadstart.: llardnck way.We and-burlapped trees. Look for a tree I
-r I
:::. with good
Hill said that the of a wide root
: of secretaries f
Taylor Director HUB :N. Pine St.. are proud our and "
In !5 seconds the sound of thunder will travel' 1 mile., Kt.irke. Jobs volunteers: teachers trust that they will continue to help us from the area as Georgia-Pacific Species Different ot '9- f I
aide I lunchroom helper and fundraiser with your problems and needs. proposes to do as a source of fuel species: : trees
would necessitate diking in the area prefer differing conditions of soil, i
.Hradl'ord/I'nion\.' alinn for Carj't .seem to write this 'column' 'of Santa Fe Lake and would result in sunlight and moisture. It is usually :"ri; i
Retarded ('it il'ns. Hot Larimer.Director without mentioning' the weather. Bradford County being involved in best to plant species that grow
..... MEMBER, llwy. 1 16 Sunshine ,Acres Guess it is because good weather is so complex and expensive wafer naturally in your area they are usual;,
'I. least
IM ly exensive
1'" management problems.'The to buy and maintain.'
/ Marke. /Jobs for to the growth and
I,1 4, "OA4D.. / volunteers: Important produc- If
1' t... ? "" workshop aide. teachers aide, recreation !- tion of our plants,and the success or; speaker, who is a retired favorite you are ask not me sure for about a particular
e .egrap t :: ).M aide fund raiser(' and clerical.! failure of our crops and livestock branch manager of the Water Ser help.
Bradford/L'nion (;uid..nl'.11111.... enterprises. vices Division of Duval County, said
fSTABLISHEDIt;* Q."o"J";; Slarke.! Jobs volunteers: unknown the mining operation In the BC Veterans
at this 'lime.Bradfurd. There are times when one kind of would be detrimental to
Big and Little
OB G. MRGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Publl.h.ri County Hospital and 'weather is good for one crop and bad Santa Fe Lakes; at well as affecting Office Closed May' 4-6
,Hradlonl County :.Nursing' home.K for another. This presents a dilemma Hampton Lake, Santa Fe River, and

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Repeat Vows April 10 in Church. ,GodMr. i/ # I Ie. ";!,tmi'nlt!: : .. :

and Mrs. Melvin Corbett announce CffaJyt I floaty.JtociWy :
the marriage of their I
daughter. Rhea Patrice to Mark U I he : \ t
Wendell Joyner son of Mr. and Mrs. (Lailue. ", ray e,4',
Royce Joyner, all of Starke. eJ ;
Rev. Gerald Joyner uncle of the JSK 964-7608 I .
groom, performed the nuptials on
April 10 at 8 p.m.in the Starke Church
of God.
The Rostrum was centered with a Memorial Service I
Griffis To Celebrate 60thMr.
heart-shaped brass candelabra flank- Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin '
ed with tree candelabras entwined Sunday at Crosby .
with arrangements of mixed spring and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis will be Starke.No Lake Cemetery: ,
flowers. On the floor level was a honored on their 60th wedding anniversary invitations are being sent but '
spiral candelabra and pots of jade with a reception Sunday, all friends and relatives are invitedto W.T. Week's chapter, UDC. will
palms at points of interest. There .' April 26, at New River New Con attend. No gifts please. hold memorial services Sunday April I,
were garlands on the choir rail and gregational Methodist Church from 26,at 4 p.m. at Crosby Lake Cemetery;
the pews were marked with pew 3t05p.m. with Rev Cliff H. McLeod as speaker.
candelabras accented with yellow i The reception will be given by their Star The public is invited to attend.
bows. The table in the vestibule heldan children Agnes Pugh of Fort Worth, Eastern ,
arrangement of spring flowers Texas; Virginia Cersey Lavon Supper April 25 Hospital AuxiliaryTo

with yellow burning tapers and the Waters, Gene Griffis and Lois Starke Chapter No.224, Order of Meet April 27
brides book and feather pen. The rcy Tucker, all of Jacksonville. The cou- the Eastern Star, will have a covered
.piano and organ held single candle ple have 11 grandchildren, five great dish Saturday April 25, at 7 Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary
sticks. grandchildren and one great great supper in the Masonic Hall. will meet Monday night, April 27, at
grandchild. p.m., 6:30: at Western Steer Steak
Mrs. David Kirkland, organist, All and their families are p.m.
Daniel Martin, pianist and Mrs. Joey a They were married April 20, 1921 in invited masons to attend. House for a Dutch treat dinner and
installation of and
:Reese and Mrs. Gerald Joyner aunt meeting officers

'of the groom, presented a program of ,.; Susie Davis awards presentations.
nuptial music. \I
Mr. Joyner attended his son as best '" ,t. David Zwicker
'man. Ushers were Randy Joyner and To Wed May 2
Jimmy Joyner brothers. All were attired :O''f'' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davis an- Portion of Proceeds for Tiffaney Norman
.'. in yellow tuxedos.
*: Mrs. Randy Pass, cousin of the M } nounce the marriage engagement of and their approaching Cystic Fibrosis

bride, served as matron of honor. to David Zwicker,
t daughter, Susie
Mrs. Randy Joyner and Miss Lydia ,' : son of Mrs. Beatrice Zwicker, all of Fund
Starling were bridesmaids. They .. ,r" __ Gainesville.The .
were attired alike in long gowns of ,' wedding will be an event of j1unt
.yellow" with overlay of yellow print : f.""" May 2 at 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. J a.PANCAKE.
:Chiffon. The gowns were sleeveless ]' ..,., .,. and Mrs. Oscar Davis 527 N. Cherry
with large butterfly collar and fitted \. ", \ Street, Starke.No Mother's Day .
waist. The matron of honor had invitations are being sent but all WeekendSponsored
baby's breath entwined in her braided friends and relatives of the couple are
hair and the attendants wore flowersin iJ"iI..ri to Attend. DAY
their hair. They all carried wed
ding fans with yellow rosebuds and ., By

streamers. ... May 10 1981 Bradford CountyTimberwolves
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in a dress similar to the attendants'with Mr. and Mrs. Mark Joyner
baby's breath in her hair. i 9 am 1 Pm C.B. ClubHampton
ing tapers. Cutting the cake were
Smith bearer and ris.The
Jason was ring
Miss Gail Rhoden, Miss Brenda May rice bag table was covered witha Fla.
white tuxedo with shirt ,
wore a yellow r
white crocheted cloth with yellow
and Mrs.:Janet Harris. Bradford County
and carried
a heart-shaped pillow
rosebuds and centered with a three-
The punch table was covered with a
with yellow white lace cloth over yellow and branch silver candelabra and silver ADULTStarke
Given in marriage by her father the Fairgrounds
invitation to the
frame holding an
centered with
burning yellow tapersin
bride wore gown of white silk organza
wedding, flanked with rosebuds of $2.25
silver candelabras entwined with
full skirt and
and venice lace. The Fla.
rice and thank-you
satin holding ,
and mixed spring flowers.
which flowed from the
long train, tiny
this table were
scrolls. Attending YA'LL
Silver punch bowls graced either end
waist outlined
empire was completely f
of the table. Silver compotes held Misses Esther Martin. Terressa
with lace. Her fingertip veil COME
Bassett, Jenny Bennett and Shana
yellow mints and nuts. Presiding at
of white silk illusion and Venice lace O O
this table were Mrs. J.C. Griffis and Schmitt.
fell from of lace. She carrieda
a crown Mrs. Lewis Bennett poured coffee CHILDREN
Mrs. S.J. O'steen.
cascade of yellow and white \. '
silver coffee service at a table
The table covered the from a
rosebuds.A groom's was $1.7 5
with white lace cloth over '
reception was held in the church same as the other tables and was "'-
under 12
centered with a chocolate groom'scake yellow.
Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Charles .
Miss Melissa Mayo kept the bride's
on a round pedestal topped witha
Schmitt, director, greeted the guestsat with white
bride holding the groom's coattail book at a table covered
the door.
lace over yellow decorated with bowsof
with the inscription"Gotcha"flanked
The bride's table Was covered witha
white lace cloth over .yellow accented -. with ball and chain, billy jack, hand- yellow at the corners. The silver t
with garlands of smilax and cuffs and miniature car with cans tiedto candlesticks were encircled .with 0'J. ... ,. Pt,. .. 'n
it. was. ihree. .. ... ,mixed flowers,and,lowest
j\t othecj.end .
centered, with a .four-tier 'jweddutg greenery r
ca flanked! : with'bridges'leading> ;: toy: branched./silvejf.:: candelabra?with.to. the coup 1 is tresid( in
two side cakes. Greenery, baby'sbreath yellow tapers and a silver bowl of nessee
and doves surrounded the malted milk balls.Attending the table Starke. ThE JOYS OF
fountain under the cake. The cake were Miss Kelli Jo Dyal, Mrs. Charles The bride and groom are both The bride
ford High School graduates.
was flanked with two five branched McKinney and Miss Tammy Henley
she a
where was
graduated in 1980
The food table was covered the
silver candelabras with yellow burn-
same and held finger foods. At either member of the cheerleading squad
end were pewter hurricane lamps and is presently employed by Florida
Miss Carla Horvath with burning yellow tapers surrounded Bank at Starke. PHONE OWNERSHIP.There's
with greenery and mixed spring The groom graduated in 1978, attended
Luncheon HonoreeMiss
flowers. Cutting the cake were Ms. Lee College in Tennessee andis
Carla Horvath, May 2 bride- Marty Williams and Mrs. Ruth Har employed by Hercules Company.

elect of Len Register, was honored ata n notl ngJike owning own.Nomatter orator telephone can interior dec
luncheon Saturday, April 11, at the -- -- - - your give any
Holiday Inn.HQ5tesses. what it is.It's better to own it Conorator.: As a gift, there s a lot to be said forgiving

were Mrs. Linda Johns EQUITY LOINS sider the many benefits of owning your own the perfect receiver..a telephone
Mrs. J.R. Reddish, Mrs. J.E. Hardy,
Mrs. J.T. PrevattJr., Mrs Mike Up to $25,000on Continental telephone.When you purchase from Continental. It's something someone)

Hartley.,.Mrs.! Rick Stephens; Mrs: a telephone from us, you own the entire will always use, because no matter where

Jim Duncan and Mrs. Mike Sexton. 1st or 2nd MortgagesLet telephone,lock stock and barrel that you move you am take your phone with
The U-shaped dining,,I.table was band
cen red, ,'witl1 an arrangement of means reduced monthly phone Then, you.So stop by your local l phone fair or
roses,'''arid smaller arrangements of Southern Discount Company be your there's also the added convenience and pribusiness office today. And experience the
:Wre placed at intervals at the total finance company. We specialize in a
sidertables.rose ; e.. HOMEOWNERS LOAN PLAN that canS vacy;you get from another extension. And joys only ownership can bring.
ROSQ! ',corsages; were given to the .t ;2& provide you with a large amount of money there s'nolimit' to the options a colorful decContinental Telephone Corporation(ej1
honored:, her mother Mrs. Carl) Horvath''and without disturbing your present mortgage
mother of the prospective In any wayl

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the 25 guests those from outoftown 1i.'I!' Use this money for bill consolidation, home ww.nww.w.: :: : "' '_H'' : ; : i '< :L. ...
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The Concerned Ciliensfor Correctional Your house may simply. b loaded with cash! ) .nl..j z : !

Officers will hold a dance mnu Onsalsttsl gal Sr visit aw M4s. .dl. taft lulsr, :' : i
Saturday May 2. fl I p m. until I a.m., 3ter4FM f' I '" \

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A.M. "A Letter from Jesus" I' ,

P.M. "A. photograph of Jesus" .
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Rev. and Mrs J. D. Robinson Miss Dea Moredock Rev. Tom Mitchell Named To Moth PostThe

Robert Peterson 119 I

Celebrate 50th Anniversary Engagement Told Rev. Dr. Thomas Glenn Mit- within the Florida Conference and In-
chell of Lakeland, minister of the cludes 56 churches.
Announcement ,is made of the First United Methodist Church in Mitchell will succeed the Rev. Dr.
Rev and Mrs J-D- Robinsoncelebrated II, Y'N" r4 engagement and approaching, mar- Starke from 1950-1954, has been nam- Alfred B. Vaught, who is completing
their golden wedding anniversary ,riage of Miss Edna''Dea"'Moredockof ed superintendent of the Tallahassee his sixth year as superintendent of the
Sunday, April 5, with a din- Starke, daughter of Mrs. Olive Dell District of the Florida Conference Tallahassee District. Vaught's new
ner given in their honor by the Ryder and the' late Howe)i Edward United Methodist Church, Bishop assignment will be announced during
members of Bayless Highway Baptist Moredock. Jr., of Gainesville to Earl G. Hunt,Jr.announced recently. the annual Conference session in
Church at the church and a reception Robert George Paterson. III, son of Tallahassee is one of 12 districts May.
given by their children and grand- Mr. and Mrs. Robert George Paterson -

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tip Cheek Jr., of Starke. R
and daughter,Tina,of St. Petersburg. St. Edward Church NewsFirst

Rev. Robinson retired from the The wedding Is planned for June 27
ministry in 1975 after 35 years of ser at the First Presbyterian Church.: Communion Received: conducted by the CYO in the parish
vice. He has since served as interim On Holy Thursday during the even hall.
pastor of several churches since ing Mass of the Lord's Supper, The CYO have donated portion of
retirement including Bayless Miss Moredock graduated from Reverend Father Edward Rooney, their proceeds from their recent
Coral Gables School and
Highway. Senior High pastor of St. Edward's Catholic Spaghetti Dinner to the Cindy Lou
For the occasion Mrs. Robinson the University of Florida and Is i Church distributed the Holy Countryman Fund.
chose an afternoon two-piece green presently teaching second grade at Eucharist for the first time to

silk dress complimented with a white Southside Elementary School. '. children. Those receiving their First
Mr.Paterson from Bradford
yellow-throated catalaya orchid cor- School graduated and Western N-.. Holy Communion were Nancy Arnold,
sage. High Alicia Griffis, Jason Morin, Daniel p r60nat
The receiving line was composed of Carolina University and Is presently Perninl and Raymond Trimble.
the honored couple and their principal at Brooker Elementary .. Steven Spell served as acolyte for
daughter, Mrs. Cheek and her husband the Mass and Josephine Gumber was Mrs. EmmaRene Weaver has
and was introduced by Mrs. 4: % Dea Moredock the lector. The organist was An- returned after staying with Mrs. A.G.
O.E. Crosby. toinette Coss and the singing was led Loudon, Sr. in Gainesville for several
Mrs. Watson Wolfe and Mrs. '' by Blaine Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Ar- weeks.
Shirley Wood Cut the cake and Mrs. Byron Bagwell' First Baptist nold presented the Offertory gifts.
Gilmer Watford and Mrs. John Wood Celebrates 9th Richard Pernini who had assisted in
presided at the punch bowl. BirthdayMr. Church of Raifordto Instructing the Communicants also Mrs. L.H. Jennings visited her son
Mrs. M.L. Conner. Mrs. H.P. hold HomecomingThe assisted at Communion time. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jen-
Faulkner and Mrs. L.A. Crosby took r PII and Mrs. Donald B. Bagwell Church of CYO Activities: nings in Mandarin over the weekend.Mr. .
care of the gift table. Misses Tina gave a party Saturday afternoon First Baptist will observe Members of the Catholic Youth
Cheek, and Dawn Joiner kept the April 11, for their son, Byron,on his Raiford, Florida 28. Rev. Organization were accompanied by and Mrs. Harry S. Workmanand
guest book. 9th birthday.The Homecoming Sunday will, April be the friends and parents on April 12 when Mrs. Deborah Olson and sons of
Misses Beverly Chitty and Joy party was held on the lawn of Malcolm Tompkins they attended the play "The Body and Miami spent April 8-12 with Mr. and
Joiner and Mrs. Charles Colbert their home on S. Cherry Street where speaker. o'clock the Wheel" in St. Augustine.The Mrs. Gareth Jones.
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assisted with the serving.The the "Tom and Jerry" theme was car- Lunch will be served CYO periodically conducts
in the after
dining hall was beautifully ried out in the party decorations. and there will be singing yard and house cleanup days when Mrs. Martha Dorko and daughter

decorated with spring flowers and Fifteen of Byron s friends enjoyedthe noon. members and they assist the elderly or handicappedwith Mrs.Jackie Terrell spent last week incan
gold table covers. The cake table was afternoon of yard games and All former pastors, attend. these duties. Juan, Puerto Rico.
invited to
centered with a beautiful anniversarycake refreshments. friends are An Easter Sunday Bake Sale was
Rev. and Mrs. J.D. Robinson
flanked with a large arrange-
ment of yellow gladiolus and mums,
and two burning yellow tapers.
The punch table was covered withan Charles Sawyers

imported lace cloth over yellow Entertain For
linen and held a crystal punch bowl.
The decorations included beautiful Engaged CoupleMiss
hand-painted wedding bells and other Brenda Roberts and Scott
decorations done by Mrs.Charles Colbert Baker whose marriage will be an
Mrs. Colbert and Mrs. O.E. event of May 2,were complimented at
Crosby directed the lunch and recep- a "Country Fried Picnic Supper"
tion. Saturday night given by Mr. and Mrs.
Approximately 125 guests enjoyedthe Charles Sawyer at their home in

occasion with the honored couple. Deerwood, Jacksonville.An Have You Checked
Easter theme was carried out in
the decorations. The buffet table in
Engaged Couple the dining room was centered with an

Honored GuestsAt arrangement of mums and Easter Our
Dinner decorations. Large Varietyof
Party The 70 guests from Starke, St. m
Miss Carla Horvath and Len Augustine and Jacksonville dined on
Register whose marriage will be an the patio.
event of May 2 in Orlando, were The hosts presented the honored Generic Products
honored at a family buffet dinner party couple with a silver candle snuffer
Saturday, April 11. at the Kingsley with wooden handle as a memento of
Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve the occasion.
Denmark. Co-hosts were Mr. and With Savings of more than

Mrs. Randy Cory and Mr. and Mrs.
___. ..
Joe Hull of Palatka. Miss Brenda Roberts BtiMb 3. t
Mrs. Denmark greeted the guestsat
Honored At
the door. BAR-B-QUE
The porch and deck were the main Kitchen Shower -. < I

party areas. Potted plants and hang- Miss'Brenda'Roberts, May'bride-

ing baskets highlighted points of in- elect, was honored at a kitchen rrnn cp :

terest. shower Thursday. April 18, given by
Hors d'oeuvres were served on Mrs.Curtis Edwards and Mrs. Phillip 49
porch as the guests arrived. Johns at the home of the latter on
Dinner was served on the porch Lake. '
where the buffet table was covered Crystal Games with prizes and : Ay t .*: .'*

with a yellow and white ginghamcloth. refreshments were enjoyed by the 20 1lhY__

A silver vase holding freshlycut invited, including Mrs. George _rr I -J Jr
roses was used as the centerpiece. Roberts Jr., mother of the honoree, APPLE CAT
Guests ate on wooden plates on the between the hours of 7:30: and 9 p.m.
deck and porch. The refreshment table was covered JUICELITTER\
The honored couple was given the with a white lace cloth and centered
creamer to their chosen china patternas with an arrangement of spring : $119 OVER NATIONAL BRANDS
a memento of the occasion. flowers and bride and groom. $1:19C
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Horvath and Mr. The hostesses presented the GNCSIC

and Mrs. Lennard Register, parentsof honoree with an electric fry pan as a 8401 JAR .
the honored couple,were amongthe memento of the occasion. SAVE '0' SAVEW: COMPARE -rar' r &iVegetable :' COMPARE -JSSF':! WBStNt '

28 guests attending. GINIRIC....
Oil89* [ElOEHCRIC <, IC loo, PRo ElBOW .
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? The Harold Rhodens .71.. Macaroni I _49 Efl
Lorissa Mosley '." 0" ....0... 229 I|'jJOENEMtC ; 1 GENERIC, l..CUT _
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Give Rehearsal COMPARE ,!''u ""liD... COMPARE CI..C. .0.
Honored At '"D ''CO '"D ..IM Green B ea ns_3/8t LlIJOtncRIC ]

Dinner Friday Night ocncRic.1J.* GCNIRIC.' JO CT. JO OAtUm Cat Food'149 EBOENCRIC : 10LBBAO
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Two PartiesMiss ::::: : IERa'uina"0'
Mustard 53 H ,8169 Bird Seed<< 369
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rhoden were Trash Bags :!: .*..MOIST '.
Lorissa Mosley, whose mar- hosts at a dinner party Friday night OCNCIIIC4lH GENERIC MEATLEftSSauce. ::; Cat Food 89 SOCNCRIC I29 EOlnemc
Rhoden eventof E]
riage to Harvey was an 143 8go .
Shortening .
for their son, Harvey, and fiancee, 39 M fT 2LBS __
honored at
tw6 Saturday,in April the 18, was week. Lorissa Mosley, at the FellowshipHall GCNERIC.ILO.IAII ::: GnINIC. IS cT.TALL Aluminum FoliA* llllGEMCRICOT Loaf Cheese !2* moincmc
parties past 15 Miss of the Starke Church of God priorto Grape Jelly_93 87 Kitchen/ gs 79c lJ ,IB rue.SLICED---- .
On Wednesday 'April
Mosley was given a;bridal luncheon at the couple's wedding rehearsal.The G."I.C..LLO.CLING.UUD, :: G.C7.U..0I., "."= r.I: Meat Sauce_89* lidGENCRIC Bologna ll28 l:iJ:

the home of Mrs. S'J.: Osteen. T-shaped table was covered Peaches ..69 zoMacaroni_ k.25. LI looiPKO, TurnGLnlRIC ,..
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The table was covered with and a white with table a was yellow centered linen with cloth.mint;The green head aoocourtrFacial Tissue 49 E3 1 OEIICRIC.OUARTMayonnaise=199 rJ!! Spaghetti-49 BJoenemc Cheese.ffntttlC I19 Hj28
linen was .
lace cloth ,
over pink cenimc. KOI noon nuo *4i "CAK!
801 PKQ osiIDDeodorizer
in silver candelabras GENERIC OT"" .H.
centered with a crystal vase side tales encircled burning tapers with arrangements of white 79c B Sauce -8ge er Syrup 85 lay Cheese [l3GI"'C. !]
and burgundy roses. The 47>o< .
roses and daisies. Silver candelabraswith |r:1: it Meouum
were covered with burgundy linen Cola 84 | :::
entwined with es'MarshmallowsOSNINIC 63CneRlc
cloths and centered with smaller mint green tapers *ja..LIQUID !!
and white roses were placed down the ocncmc.so. AUTODishwash r.:1:
crystal vases holding pink 49 llZlaenemc
Detergent 129 9R'P
cards markedthe length of the side tables. Place cardsof :
burgundy roses. Place .
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white rosebuds marked the seating GENERIC iSweet
of the bridal : ::::
seating *
Mrs. arrangement of the immediate Rice 85 EiJo Relish_69 aa' '
attendants the mothers, Lloyd
families and the wedding party., me M ic. use CT ...
ocnemc I
K. and Mrs. Harold Rhoden r:1:
Mosley 69 J : re"" rGlnCRIC
and Mrs. Pearlea Co-hosts for the dinner were Mr. Napkins SweetPeas3fal H: >
I Mr. and Mrs. ..
and Mrs. Oscar QUART : GEnemc i* MINISaladDressing95 i i
I Davis. the S.J. O'Steen and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H Marshmallows.63 :rr':::
Each attendant presented
i Hulsey, all aunts and uncles of the ocnenic-n __. GENCMIC QUART CHECH
for her
honoree something personal ::::
I trousseau. The hostesses Mrs. J.C. groom. Pancake Mix 79 H Mouthwash99CGENIRIC !!:

Griffis. Mrs. Mark Mosley Mrs. .QUART __. GENERIC, U.
Larry Mosley: Mrs. Charles Schmitt Shampoo (e_,i (_99* lidOChfUK Dish Cleaner 99*
Mrs. Jerry Hulsey and Mrs. S.J. Os- Rlverland Music Club .OT lALtAM/mOTEin __. GENERIC 4BlackPepperjB9.. asOALLOPI SLICED SALAMI.
teen presented corsages and a bride'sbook Planning Musicale Conditioner_99* WOCnCHIC. '" SPICED LUNCH' MEAT.

to the honoree as a memento- of .4.REMOVE O."I.lc.n.. BLEACH DUTCH OR OLIVE LOAF

the The Riverland Music Club made : r.I:
occasion. plans for a musicale to be held May 3 Nail Polish_39' baMmmc TomatoSauce37e !! drI! "

. ... . at their meeting Thursday April 9, < no'. : GENERIC-...HTM WIDI' r.:1: 69'.. ,,. $138
held at the home of Mrs.T.J. Mann in Cotton Swabs49c Hdentate Noodles_ 77 lJ CE"UIC

Miss Mosley was honored with a' Brooker. .OT lAUAMPHorlin __. OEnemc QUANTKosher GE..IIC LIS PKQ
ridal shower Monday April 6. at the Following the business meeting the Shampoo 99, ,H Dills 79* [!!] SAVE 24' SAVE so'Gn.RIC
Starke Uniform given by was entertained by Mrs. Jean,
Company group ia.;iAiiT GFNtHIC, -.a..u"D..
nle Broome and Mrs. Elouise r:1:
the employees.
99 M 3119 sa
Refreshments were served and the Ramsey. A covered ,dish luncheon Detergent
honoree was presented a mixer and was served at the close of the.

baking utensils as a memento of the meeting.The .
occasion. club sponsored a bake sale on
Saturday.. April Il.. and a special COUNT THE SAVINGSGENERIC
thanks to all who made the fund-

raising project a success. .
Singles Again Group The public(; 'will be Invited to the

To Tour Gold HeadThe musicale; lime and place to be announced

Bradford Singles Again has two later. COST NATIONAL BRAND COST YOU SAVE!

functions coming up this week.

Saturday. April 23. the group will Did You .......
take a nature walk at Gold Head State Jeffrey $ 8',
Park. Adults and children are Mr. and Mrs. Warren and 5 8 $9155
welcome. Those wishing to attend sons of flradenlon spent the past week, $3307P"CI.CTlV
pack a lunch and meet at the with his parents.'Mr.- and Mrs. J.D..
Methodist Church at 10:30: a.m. Warren -
Transportation will be provided.On .
Wednesday. April 29. there will Mrs.David G,Scott of Decatur Ga. ,, THUSS, APRIL at THRU ..0. APRIL* is(..
be an important discussion con- has been'visiting con-in-taw.and DUI TO OUR low rmcE WI Ri>ae.vB THI RIGHT TO LIMIT"
cerning any and all legal problems on daughter. Dr. and !Mrs. O.L. Ha>nes. TfPOCRAPHICAI. ..110..*.
the single person. Attorney Jess Jr., for two weeks.
Wolbert will attend: and will give help

and free advice. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herlong of
The session will meet at 7:30: p.m.at Jacksonville were Sunday' evening BACK GUARANTEE FROM FOOD FAIR

1837 Raiford Road. Call 964-7187 for supper guests of his mother, Mrs.

directions. W.F. Herlong. ,

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Easter Sunrise Service >.<: ): joyed the visit of all their children and Home Lost To Fire
I Reverend Ray Williams conducted .t ........N ..Yf HAMPTON AREA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Guy Padgett. Jr.., of On Thursday, April 16, fire of
: Easter Sunrise Services beginning at Starke on Easter Sunday. They also undetermined origin destroyed the
I 7 a.m. Easter Sunday at the home of took this occasion to celebrate home of Henry Rhoden located east of
Mr. and Mrs. Gene O'Steen on SR 221 by Dolores MengPhone4681915 Gerald's 79th birthday with a Hampton.
near Hampton. "The Three Crossesat i decorated cake and lots of other Hampton Elementary School
Calvary' was the message of the hosts and New students enrolling at school
and Melissa, 2. They recently moved trip were their Mr. Mrs. delicious food. on
service. Rev. Williams and his granddaughter from Starke to their new home on SR Joe Riddick Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng had as Monday were Leslie Elderfield, a 1st
Darlene Douglas sang 18 about 1/4 miles East of US 301. Register.HI, Mr. and Mrs. James Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. Theron grader, formerly of Middleburg.
"Were You There When They American Cancer O'Brian Mike Whiffen and D.J. Rid- Hunter, Adam and Renee, of Former students who came back
Crucified My Lord?" and"The Three I Lucy G. Wellons is taking Society donationson dick. They traveled In Register's Win- Keystone Heights, Joyce Meng of from Jacksonville are Tonya Nichols,
Crosses"Following. behalf of the American Cancer nibago and a van for the trip. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Randy a 6th grader, Sterling Nichols in the
the services, breakfastwas v Society. Wilms Clark who has collected These students have also been en- Scoggins, April and Erik, and Mr.and 4th grade and 1st grader, Jason
served and fellowship enjoyed. for this worthy cause has been joying pleasure boating and skiing on Mrs. Marty Meng and Amanda their Nichols.
introducing Mrs. Wellons to this Hampton Lake. Having been expertat neighbors.Mr. .
Hampton Christian Academy: neighborhood. We wish her much suc- snow skiing they adjusted easily to and Mrs. Francis Meng and
Dwight Vanderboegh announcesthe cess in her solicitations, the skills of water skiing. family spent Easter with Iheirdaughter Public NoticeThe
following activities for Hampton ., and family, Mr.and Mrs.
Christian Academy. The first annual 4 German Students EntertainedThe Easter Visitors Russell Gilbert near Gainesville. Community DevelopmentBlock
Jog-A-Thon will be held on Saturday, eleven German Students and Pam Lanier and her fiancee, Scott Besides an egg hunt, the grand- Grant Office is now tak--
April 25 beginning at 10:30: a.m. their teacher enjoyed a trip to Disney Wilson of West Palm Beach were children celebrated Carrie Lynn's
Pledges obtained will go toward World on April 13.They especially en- guests from Friday to Sunday at the third birthday. ing applications for housing
school activities. The Fish Fry will be joyed Space Mountain and the home of her grandparents, Mr. and More Birthdays rehabilitation for Citizens in
at Noon on Saturday. 'V"--' fireworks in the Electric Parade. Mrs. Cecil Mallheus. Harold E. Waters was honored by he Northeast section of the
Tuesday Wednesday and Thursdayare Rev. Kay Williams at Easter Sunrise They stayed overnight in a Motel and Glen Mattheus of Folkslon his wife, Alice Faye, and children,
Field Days at HCA. Field events Service went on to tour Cape Canaveral on Georgia, spent Easter with his Harold, Doll and Lynne at a Bar-B-Q City of Starke. This section of
will be featured along with a Bible Tuesday where they saw the launch parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mat- birthday party. This was held Satur- he City of Starke is known as
Quiz and Spelling Bee. Jerry is stationed with the Coast pad for the spacecraft Columbia. theus. day afternoon, April 18, at the Tonnie Reno. Interested residents of
The Junior and Senior High classesare Guard at Sarasota. Accompanying the students on the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins en- Newman home near Interlachen.
planning a trip to Walt Disney The newly weds will reside at Following the Bar-B-Q, the his area should complete an
World in May. The Awards Banquetwill Brandenton, Florida. Power Plant ReroofingCosts relatives remained for the wedding of pplication with the Communiy -
Council O.K'sHay
be held on May 12 at the Western New Arrival $13,<100.00 Lynne Waters and Tim Gaskins. Development Block Grant
Steer Steakhouse in Starke. The Softball James and Mary Contois of Hampton ContractThe John Underwood celebrated his
Season is still in progress. announce the arrival of their baby board agreed to enter into a The board voted unanimously to 12th birthday on April 16. Office at City Hall Monday
The last day of school at HCA is daughter, Nena Sue, born March 27 at contract with Emory M. Prevatt Sr., pay Jack Suter roofing company On April 18, Michael Starling was 8 hrough Friday between the
Shands Hospital in Gainesville. She allow him to 18 $13,400 for reroofing the city power years old.Teresa .
22nd. to
May grow hay on acres
ours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 .
the recommendation of Utili- p.m.This
weighed 6 10 ozs and measured 18 of city property. Prevatt owns 40 plus plant on Manning celebrated her
Wedding Bells 1/2 inches acres adjoining the old airport property ty Director, Merrill Dees. 13th birthday on April 18. project is totally fundedy
Marnee Kim Moore, daughter of Paternal grandparents are Joseph the city purchased from Fred the Department of Housing
Mr and Mrs. Calvin Moore of St. and Joyce Contois of Hampton. Mueller last year. Prevatt agreed to St. Edwards Church Hall nd Urban Development.
Petersburg, Florida, and Jerry R. and Lillian grandparents are Landon grow and sell hay and pay the City of
Knight, son of Ina Horne of Hamptonand Underwood of Hampton. Starke part of his profit. The matter BINOOEvery
the late Johnie T. Knight, were Condolence was referred to City Attorney, Jerry Wadsworth
united in marriage on April 4th at 2 Sympathy is extended to the family George Pierce to work up the con Director
and friends of Elbert
Sibley who died Saturday 7:30 PM.
p.m. The wedding took place at the tract.
home of the bride's cousin in St. at the age of 83 in Alachua General 411 N.Temple Ave., Starke Fla. Com Development
Petersburg. Hospital. He was a member of the

Among those attending from this Hampton Christian Church. --
area were Ina Horne, Mr. and Mrs. New Residents
William Home and children, Billy and Welcome to( Ben and Susan Taylor
and their daughters Tonva who is 5
Amy. ___________ ------ --- 1, fi FOODAVINGS

) Starke Personals.......

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt and
Mrs. Ellen Mitchell of Starke and son, Shaun, spent last Sunday to
daughter, Mrs. Chuck Coty of Tampa Thursday in Lakeland visiting their
and Mrs. Ann Holland of Jacksonville children, Todd, Cana and Dirk at
visited Mrs. Mitchell's mother, Mrs. Florida Southern College and attended -
Nell Rogers in Thomson, Ga., several the Pops Concert in which the
days last week. three participated. The Schmidts also
saw the play "The Ten Little In-
dians". NO STAMPS
Mr. and Mrs. AS. Harrison, Sr., ,
A.S. Harrison, Jr., and son, Riohar'
and Miss Kay Cain visited Mt\ ID.. _
Mrs. Robert W. Harrison in Ocala on Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and l lrennr
Sunday.Mr. children of Seffner spent last week + .
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Del Monte .OnIN a P DELICIOUS
and Mrs. W.H. Green and fami- Rosier at State Farm and Mr. and
ly Tallahassee spent the weekend Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton in Starke.
with his mother, Mrs. Lex Green and
family. Julie Beeler of Orange Park spent rennr
last Tuesday to Friday with her
Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. spent the grandmother Mrs. Grace Ritch. 48
weekend with her son and family,Mr. .
and Mrs. McGriff,Jr., in Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick and **.*Sf
daughter, Cindy, of West Florida and
and Mrs. David Mendenhalland Mr and Mrs. J.R. Weldon and sons of
daughter, Ashley of Atlanta spent Jacksonville were weekend guests of
Thursday to Sunday with her parents, their mother, Mrs. Gladys Weldon. SOFT & PRETTY FRESH FLORIDA tf O.S.I'IO. I GENUINE FRESH SWEET

Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby and @ I.ra
Merrill Edwards returned last son of Fort.McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. PEARS
Thursday after two weeks in North Thomas Crosby and family of WHITE ASSORTED PRINT ,
Florida Regional Hospital. His son, Newberry were Sunday dinner guests
Jerome Edwards of Naples was of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.E. 99 8/$1 10$239 YOUASG9F7 48

last visiting week.him Monday to Wednesday of Crosby. 9WN1 LB

SAVE 11' SAVE 20. SAVE :ur SAVE 20' PER LB
!Mr and Mrs. Wallace McNelleyand Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee

sons David and Nicholas of visited her mother, Mrs. W.B. Mundy .
.. ,
Jacksonville Beach were weekend over the weekend. COMPARE f'c! .1ennrr,NFe. SAve YOU COMPARE & fa /.LNrni1',MN(. SAVB YOU COMPARE / qPi'e'r' ];1) pN guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. "C/ INKS INK{ YYiiiL> ,
Bill Rink. Joining the family on Sun- Mrs. James llardee and ... .. 4>M.......ONICNTAL.M ,
son, Chrisof S.71 PARADISE Bucket -AUTOMATIC DNIP' MO. O*ILICritlC II .u.r.CNKI.O.Mir .
day was a son, Donald Pence and his Leesburg, will spend the weekend *' rJ..I.: Coffee Y .-89 r.:1: DIVIDER| r:1:: LB TRAY COUNTRY STAND 'K
fiancee, Jan Sherman of Jacksonville with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olives 69 2e PRIDE !! Chun. King PACKS .199 13 6' Mushrooms----l68' [as}
IJ *
Y s HAeH 99 I4' FieldPeas39 s' 5/8l: 20
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Flynn and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Sarafin of ewean __ 3 3oi- IOu BAO.VIOO '
Neva Flynn of Tallahassee spent the Cranford N.J., Mr. and Mrs. WilliamGi Hunts TOMATO A JCE! 4/$1 I LlSJ Salad Crlsplns5* jap*I Yellow Rice_2/l 'a Slaw PACKAGED FRESH DAILY 48c"of.;':II
weekend with their parents, Mr. and bson of Belpre.Ohio and Mrs. Mary i ol'Salad _
Mrs. George Flynn Jr. Lou Coe of Fairmont, W. Va. arrive 100 SQUARE FEET __. Sew BTL. PANTRY PRIDE "DIANGI w anAiuiiNI CNeiiiIwlirr'rACR FIRM RIPE CELLO I "
today, Thursday, for a weeks visit Viva Towels_79* E3 Vegetable_?179 (!!J DrinkS Mr and Mrs. Mac Baldwin had as with their brother-in-law and sister, 4(01 CAN .-. lM IIAMin MIDt fONM CNICNflN OR BFIP .CONTADINA BUNCH FRESH LOCAL GROWN GREEN

Sunday Montuoro guests and ,daughters Mr. and of Mrs.Tampa Jim, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren. Juicy Juice_89* I'a Noodles_5/*1 =a Tomato ce3ge to Onions 2A79*" [ )
Maxine Hall and Jimmy Hall and 1401 RAW MUSHROOM __ CHICHCNOH ICMOroCtAr !*.>PKO.. CELLO PKO. _
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shimer and '
daughters and Mrs. Doris Conway of family of St. Augustine and Mrs. AH Pizza Sauce _79 EMolCAtt Kal Kan cATFooo4lIO '' Fig ;i'n5-127; g Fresh Radishes 14* .0F.:j
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Al K. .
limes of Gainesville were Easter!: WHITNEY CT..LAWN K LEAF! 1201..0. NABISCO BUNCH CALIFORNIA'
Carlisle of Starke.; guests of Mrs. Foster Shi Smith. PlnkSalmon199 S: Glad Bags_219 !::!: Nilla Wafers_99* g Fresh Broccoll78 E*L

Mr. and Mrs. Chastain and .I
Eggs Found FastIn daughter. Erica Tommy of Gainesville spent Sodas y ASSTD, F.I o/v I.!* I IJ Crackers_99* GJ: Nutter Butter f I07 g Fla. Peppers 5/s 1 OfE

the weekend with 401. BASIN.TUB.TILE .......
Rec. Dept. their parents Mrs. :: Sol-PANTRY PRIDE .LL. 'IC' MIOHJM.II Ct tIK>f PACKED FRESH DAILY CELLO
Easter Egg HuntIt Clyde Chastain.Sinclair Easter and afternoon Mr and Mrs.they T.C.all Lysol Cleaner 4129 EdI Air. Freshener39* r.J'a: Luvs Diapers299 r Asstd. Greens 98* @:
Ol ..
didn't take long for the eggs to be attended a family birthday party at ftCS"O"'TA";; 139 Q3OI 5 9* (!!J /ew CAN Of AGE FRESH CALIFORNIA
uncovered ,. not with nearly 100 the home of Mr and Mrs. Jerry Spaghetti., Blackeye Peas3ge 0 Lemons__12/78 El
children doing the hunting at last Williams in Keystone Height! ) JAR INSTANT REGULAR PACK 1. IAIIrenhloT,.LINDNIDI CIAPICNNw / tees CAN DEL MONTE FRESH YELLOW

Thursday's caster egg huts put on by celebrating the second birthday ol Nestea $199 a Drink MixeOn ; _, "cA.i29 [[2SJITZI I 'Pear Halves_75 g. Squash LB38 [j*]
the Starke Recreation Department at Erica and 15th birthday of Buddy .
Williams. *LIIBII Pllll DCPOMf Hit) OM MOA*PHIDr.
Wainwright Park. 149 L2 4/$1 Fruit Cocktail71 Mr. 8/78 0LIBBY'S
Around 35 children ages three to six Pepper Oranges_
participated in the morning hunt and Mrs. J.E. Wilson of Starke and Mrs.
in about 15 minutes 180 eggs were Edward Burns of Jacksonville spent 1
discovered. Finders of eight plastic April 11-15 with Mr. and Mrs. John I +
eggs won gift cards from McDonald Reeves in Bradcnlon. I ,

found inside. 0 0
Special prizes awarded were for the Mr and Mrs. David Montgomeryand
Gold Egg found by Jessica Crew and family had a family dinner
Silver Egg found by Walter Edwards. Easter!: at the home of James Montgomery

They both got chocolate Easter bun- in Lake City. 1 S $ a ,
nys: And Shawn Tyliczka found the
most t eggs 25, and received a stuffed Mr and Mrs. John Kggers; and
toy: duck with a chocolate egg. family of Jacksonville: visited his
About 12 children participated in parents, Mr. and !Mr. li.J. Eggers on
the Easter!: bonnet contest with Sunday
Regina Padgett selected as winner by OPEN PIT 1 11i .
the Recreation Dept. slaff. Regina Mr and Mrs. Homer Stearns visited MAXWELL HOUSE
friends in Tavares List; Wednesday. BARBEQUESAUCE ARM & HAMMER
wore a bonnet made with tassell balls, mSTAMT'
with greenery and moss forming a LAUNDRY
nest on top for red robins.In Mrs. II.M. Kich.ircle spent Easter PEAS COFFEE DETERGENT
the afternoon egg hunt for ages 7 weekend with her daughter and family REGULAR HICKORY

\ to 12.: 65 children participated. Again Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck in ,NCXA ,qNl. $29
eight plastic eggs were hidden with Piilatka.Mr 170& 39 I MXIe 68 ... 100& $369 63ot
:McDonalds gift cards inside. CAM 180& JAR
I 'hocalate: bunnies went to Melvin and !Mrs David !Montgomery SAVE t. OTL BOX
Curtis finder of t the Gold Egg. and celebrated I their :uth) wedding anniversary lAVE 25' SAVE ]o' SAVE. 34,
I "arbor Barber, who uncovered the and Jal1C'tIonlgomer11!
Silver Egg!: Beth Hatmaker found the recent graduation from Santa FeCommunity .
most eggs an even dozen and received College on Wednesday. :
stuffed toyduck.. April 15. at the lied Lobster in 'I ..I. : .O"p'ri' ; ; ;, "AIp 00p'r-. '
a 'I' ,5'Io"rri } '1: : < : .
to in the older group participated in Gainesville. Guests were Rev and ,' ...,", ..0 : .,.". "30" ".O'F". K(, f'' IRIfyM |i2S'; .' (, '".r Ak;

the Easter honnett contest with :Mrs Harden Cliff of Starke McLeod and and Mr.Mrs.and Louise Mrs I MORTON N MORTON = S
Tanya: Packard winning with a pink [ FROZEN REGULAR PAMPERS SEALTEST 5
that had little chicks Tim Puderof Gainesville! POT PIES & CASSEROLES 3
dog design a DIAPERS
and eggs hidden in the dog's coat. .I"AClHI'EATlAUCB! 'O CT. NEWBORN-' CT. EXTRA
John F. Crews, 'niplo\i'd at Camp j I .
First runnerupvas Kathy HAM" BEEP& FISH HALF GALLON
who wore a cardboard hat with pompom sewerage disposal plant 3: WITH THIS COUPON GOOD I I WITH TMIS /URILLa1 OOOD I WITH THIS COUPON OOOO WITH THIS COUPON OOOD .
bunny on top. Second runnerupwas recently took and passed his Male I THRU VEO,APRIL 21. net.1a THRU WED, "... THRU weD.. APRIL' **. l.... j t THRU WED.,APRIL I*. !**I.STAHKE320 .

side Carmen down basket Barber without, wearing handle an up operator's Gainesville class and received"8' l licensing' his diploma.Mr. test in. .I>-.a.>daallaa.., aaaaataz ...riraaV.. II.............. .Mlratsaa..Ir'.a>vaa91

decorated with egg carton flowers, I ('rt'wllhall been plant operator for SOUTH WALNUT' STREETPage
real rose and wild flowers. the past three years (and employed at

Blinding. for seven >ears. .

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Goodge Fires Back-to-Back No-mtters As BUS

1J.U J .9IIR. .let Breaks Record I

With Bill Goodge tossing back-to- and stopper Jim Gruenwald was a
TgN zwl'mltt t hack no-hitters and Kenny Clark perfect 7-0 on the mound before taking -

ll 11RI d f r/h! Ntl1A leading BUS at the plate the 1980-81 the loss.Monday .
Tornado( baseball team became the the good times continuedas

M winningest in Bradford High historylast hot-hitting Kenny Clark slappedfour

Y .- ,-elr :F'y week -- passing the old record of hits and Clark Goodge and
A ya 13 wins (set in 1979) with a 2-1, nine- Chuck Johnson smacked home runs
; .rnH inning win over Keystone Saturdayand as the Tornadoes steam rolled past

rolling on to number 16 with an 8-2 Middleburg 16.4.Tornadoes .

victory at Macclenny Tuesday night. 8 IMaccIemiy 2
The week started with a
Goodge gave up earned runs in the
doubleheader sweep of Gainesville second and third but by that time BHS
Eastside, 5-0 and 14-1, Thursday, and already had an 8-0 lead and the Tor-
Monday the Tornadoes bashed Mid- nado righthander breezed along the

dleburg 16-4 in five innings. The four rest of the way. The only hard hit ball
stretched the Tornado winning
Macclenny was a sixth inning
w streak to seven in a row and gave screamer to center by their catcherbut

,. ,., them a 16-6 mark with just one centerfielder David Sparks hard-
regular season game ly had to( move to( haul the line drivein.
BUS hosts St. Augustine's Yellow

The Umpire Signals "Out" and Goodge Has a No-Hitter to second: baseman flaylon !Norman pitcher Kill Ciooilge. left, signaled his no- Jackets Friday night at 7:30 p.m. in ."He got 'em to hit a lot of weak

I With the umpire's "out" signal on a forceoul going from shortstop Kenny Clark hitter with a clenched fist and smile.. the final home game for six record- grounders and fly balls," Coach
setting seniors. The night has been
Hartley said of Goodge, who has
named "Student Night" with all
allowed just three hits in his last 21 in-
Bradford High students being admit- nings .
ted for 50 cents and all Dixie Youth took pitched.BHS
the lead for good when
ballplayers wearing their uniforms Kenny Clark homered to right field
free ticket to the ballgame.The .
getting a with
FAIR Clayton aboard in the
seniors: Goodge, Clark, Mark first inning.Johnson .
Williams, Chuck Johnson, Mike Jor- was 3forwith two
dan, and David Sparks will be introduced doubles and two runs for BUS while
before the Allen ((41)is )
game. 2-for-4
Sparks went for the second
scheduled to pitch. straight game. Clark Scott Hudson
Goodge tossed his no-hitters against and Allen
were all l-for-3.

ARE IN CASHNO striking Eastside out and 11 in the Macclenny-Baker 5-0 opening game Tornadoes

e win over the Rams and then fanning 16 Middlcburg t

seven more against Macclenny. He BHS found the Broncos' 290 foot

survived seven walks in both games. fence to their liking as Clark, Goodge/ ,
and Johnson all reached the eight-foot
Clark has been red-hot in
the Tor. fence
with HR shots.
GIMMICKS! nado winning streak hitting safely 16
Clark retired 12 of the last 1.:) bat-
times in 26 at bats (a .615 pace) to

pump his batting average up to a ters.Bradford had 12 hits paced by
team-high .457. He has a 13 game hit-
Clark, who was 4-for-4 with his
ting streak alive heading into the St.
r homer, 4 RBI's, and 2 steals. David
PORK RIBS tlnn11A FRESH PORK Augustine game.
went 2for-3 twice.
Sparks scoring
CHICKEN Chuck Johnson is also above .400 at
Goodge had five HBI's Johnson
xnnu.AonuY 431 while Scott Hudson is hitting .385
PORK CHOPS walked twice knocked in and
'; !* *RACK*.)MICKSOIRLC1 PKQM and Goodge slumping of late, 338.
Mark Williams is at .322 with Mike scored twice; Mike Jordan went
1111'; AnnuD +
1-for-l with walks and
two two runs
Jordan( at 333 in nine at bats.
Jimmy Diggs walked three times and
D The record-setting win Saturdaywas scored twice:, and Randy I'arado

*.* ?>' especially sweet as it came scored twice.'t'ornadoes.
against Keystone Heights -- a team
BHS had beaten just once before in 2 Keystone 1

Coach Mike Hartley's tenure as Tor- (9 innings)

: .- -.-- nado baseball coach.( A wild pitch in Much was on the line when the Tor-
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TEA" played ballgame. gave BHS its first Pro scouts were in the stands both

extra-inning win of the season after teams had solid records -- Keystone
Inntx tlUY6 $138 tiebreaker losses to Live Oak, Mid-
$1' 88t; OVER 58 ill ni dleburg, and Buchholz. Keystone please! "see TOHNADOKS: : on pg.| .'.\
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Great'J GroundLB 98* 0fet Bologna 88 20' COMPARE ''S'V,PHitr SAVL BiSCUinI$ .RIDEaPa"n...,," 88 C GI: today.Thursday, April 23. Should Buchholz win they would get the top
seed with the Tornadoes number two. Should Eastside win in an upset!
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Thursday, April 23. If Bradford, Live Oak, and Buchholz all finish 7-3
t l e ? i.'j the Tornadoes would apparently get the top seed with Live Oak second

,. "".'D", YOU Ivlapo.r YOU Lr.ro.r yO'J Iv/nw*' YOU based on the tiebreaker procedures. The three teams have split games
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head and Live Oak outscored Buchholz in those two teams two

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20o GOLDEN TOP meetings.
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district, playing Buchholz only once and having a designated district
'O.TON. 20' 3 ::: II PACKPANTRV" PRIDE FRENCH Cl 4.So.BAR. BATH SIZE game against North Marion Tuesday called off because of hail in the
Glazed Donuts99cMorton Dexatrim 249 !! Sesame Rolls 79c JergensSoap4/ 16'onquii Ocala area and not rescheduled. The Raiders will apparently finish

mMua..O.OOM.''"Tn' I.5.a.ANTIPERSPIRANT T 20o.HALT POUND ELBA 12.901.APPIAN WAY either fourth (if Live Oak beats Macclenny) or third ( if Live Oak loses(

ENTREE 0".169 3s' Dry Idea ROLL.on_!I39 LS2J Pound Cake 11" 20 Pizza 59C 31r Macclenny! ) in the district based on winning percentage.

'..raoua. ..".DINNERS...........TYCACE a..>- BALSAM' nORnAL.OILY OR BAS'.,d d I ZOo..PANTRY" PRIDE BUfTERLOAP! 1.0" Gainesville High School, 19-9 overall but with five dist!rict losses,will
Cauau'I.Ca MOUTON LOPE r.l: sit fifth and Eastside, 0-9 in district play, is last. :'
Morton laniie $169 76' Suave SHAMPOO139 40 Bread 2/l09 LJ: Carpet Scent_99C 10'r BUS Coach !Mike Hartley said Tuesday the tourney brackets have

-- seed three against number six Wednesday with the winner playing

t the second seed in a Thursday semifinal. In the other bracket numbers

., four and five play in the first round with the winner moving( on to .':
LISTERINE; I KirtasizE 2SLBBAQ challenge the top seed in a Thursday semi. The District finals are set

1/ BREAD DOGRATION for Friday night at Perry Field with Saturday set aside as a rainout "<

day. :i
The District champ moves on t to( the Tuesday May 5. Hegional round : I
against the Marion County District champ. '

\L I P S BROOM 1 1 Sports Calendar for Next Week ; !

Thursday. April 23- '
I '
EMPIRE GOLDEN GRAINMACARONI BUS boys & girls at District track meet (Santa Fe 2:30) ','
...... \J WOOD HILL
PABST BLUE ,SUPERGLUE Friday: April 24- *I
RIBBOM.DEER. .OWL. MPA r1UTtAaL11. .. & CHEDDAR St. Augustine at BUS baseball ((7:30) '"I

rot PAN L Mo. 99.J tHIS girls Softball at Keystone (,&:30) :,;'

surf $189 CHILTON JAR6 tS 2OOT.'POT I GENERIC ,, I / G'ville Tire mens Softball tourney opens in Lake Butler '>.-
Brooker PTA Men's Church Tourney Opens /"
.PACK" '7.23oi
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Saturday, April| 25- .|

-- Softball tourneys continue in Lake Butler Brooker ':/!

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Jelly-9ge: 9r iiJ ar (Gainesville) 0 :
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/ boys, girls Region meet '>
Tea Bags 139', O m ax: GI CZI ctriUZI:: ;: 'IiOIIUIIJH'LMOLY' District baseball Field ''"

"*'-I .. Q'CJcuJaIJ.7QJe'20Qlge'QJzQ.ZpQX; : : ; ;: ::! ;) GOOD THRU WED., APRIL 29. 1981 opens at Perry
Girls Softball district semifinals at Westside Park r

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Starke and Bulldozing NAPA of Lake Excavatingof Butlerall tournament opener Friday night at two Gainesville teams, play on field 2
7:00 with Waters taking on Buck's and Guynn's of High Springs and Dixie
Gainesville play Friday Tire night Invitational to open men'ssoftball the Stove of Lake City in the night's second Lilly of Williston meet on field 1. At
tournament game at 8:IS. 9:13: Hogtown Rollers of Gainesville
Butler-Union Rec.at the Lake The rest of the 16-team field opens plays Harry's of St. Augustine on field
County Complex
play Saturday morning.Starting time 2 while W.W. Gay of Gainesville and

Jacksonville's Beer Witches meet on
? field 1. 10:30: games match Drews of
Four Local Teams EnteredIn Lake City and Jim's Shell of Jacksonville I.
r on field 2 and Orange Park
a p }r Businessmen versus Southside
Brooker Church Estates Baptist Church of Jacksonville
on field 1,
>r Play runs through about 8:30: Satur '
a I The eight-team Brooker Elementary -. Play in the double-elimination tour- day night, picking back up Sunday
PTA softball
tournament opens nament continues through the day afternoon at 1 p.m. The first game of ,
Friday night at the Brooker ballfield Saturday with the finals scheduled... for the finals is set for 4:45: Sunday after-
.. .. .. with four teams from the Starkemen's Saturday night.
,. : f" 7 noon.
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church ,
: league involved.Starke's
w'..... '.aae .,
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Church plays Lake City Church of II
A Rare Steal of Home for the OlympiansThis God 1 at 7 p.m. in the opening game. Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C. I I

play in the Olympians -Civitan game Monday night under Civitan catcher Daren Chandler's glove to record a Starke At 8:30: plays Friday Waldo First Baptist Methodist and at of Dr. Wayne C Eaton, D.C. I''
started out to be a suicide squeeze bunt, and though Olymrare steal of home. '
9:30 Kingsley Lake
: Baptist takes Ii
plan batter Robbie Spitze couldn't lay a bunt down teamate Umpire Herman Schoening, right, pops his mask off to Lake City Church of God 2. In the last on
John David Francis just kept on coming sliding in safely get the view. first-rounder Huntsville Baptist of Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
Lake City plays Starke's Church of
God at 8 a.m. Saturday
Merchants and Gvitaiis Take 1-Run VictoriesThe SR-21 North I

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two one-run Merchants games and to take Civitans the early-won Dixie BoysBaseball John, allowing David Francis'Bennett bat to was dropped P,17VFFORESTAPAJRT'MENX'S Phone 4733604Hours
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season in Dixie Boys ((13-14) 2.2 tie Warren
then came across on a
in Starke
The Merchants held off Wendy's of wild pitch, Francis stole home on a 1-23:: Bedroom Apts. 9a.m-lp.m. and3p.m.-6p.m.

Lawtey 11-10 Tuesday night and the squeeze bunt attempt and Robert From 913O to $::1751530 -
Taylor was walked home. Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.
Civitans scored three times in the last The Olympians had rallied
inning to squeeze past the Olympians themselves to take a :5-2 lead with a Winning pitcher Mike Colvin struckout @ 9
10 a.m.-l
6.:) Monday night.M1lerchants four run fourth inning After Jason Warren took the loss W. Madison p.m.
Bennett and Barry Warren openedthe fanning 9 batters. Keith l.m twin Phone 964-631Z:
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11 I Wendy's 10 inning with singles a fly ball off pians.
The Merchants built up leads of 7-1
and 11-7 and then held on as Wendy'srallied

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P. Crews doubled in a run and then .
scored himself to pull Wendy's to
within 11-10 with one out in the top of
the seventh but winning pitcher Brad
Brown struck out the next two hittersto
preserve the Merchant win.
Dan Duffy went 2-for-2 with three
runs Gordon Smith was 2-3. Ron
Willis scored twice and Rick Welch
and Brown added hits for the winners.
For Wendy's C.Johnson tripled and ,.
doubled and S. Norman and W.
Brown had singles with Brown scoring
three timesCivitans .

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"Rasslin" M "2nd Season". for.

Returnsto BUS Track Starts.

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The "second season" in high school to Bill Buchhalter of the Orlando Sen-
Starke -p e,, '* I track and field starts today, Thurs- tinal Star. And only five AAA girls
( 6 day, April 23, aa the district cham- have run under the 11.4 clocking for
I'' pionships start the three-stop trail Hawkins while the 4:10.0 mile relay
Proffessional rh i towards state honors. turned in by Smith, Hawkins, Shiela
to Starke next Wednesday wrestling comes back Five teams, including Bradford Searcy, and Kim Slocum ranks Brad-
29, courtesy of the Bradford night April High, gather at Alachua Santa Fe ford sixth in the state in that event,
School All Sports Club. High High School for the District 5-AAA tied with Titusville.
1ay, championship meet starting at 3 p.m. Defending state sprint champ Cer-
Proceeds from the night of wresting / p The top four placers in each event, fonia Polk of Arcadia DeSoto leads
which starts at.7 p.m. at the BHS boys and girls, qualify for the RegionII the state AAA 100 ((10.8)), 220 ((24.6)),
gym with exhibition matches by the meet to be held at Dade City Pasco and 440 ((57.4) lists.
Tornado high school wrestlers,will go : fiF High School next Thursday April 30. Others who could score big at
towards the final All Sports Club ban ; .5 tji' From Region the top four in each District's and move on to the Region
quet for Spring athletes. .*jptJr event move on to( the State class AAA meet for the Lady Tornadoes( are
championships to be held Friday, distance ace Tyf/any Griffis ((2:44.8
The pro's take to the mat at 8 p.m. ,r May 8, at Winter Park's Showalter 880, 5:59: mile, 13:26: two-mile); ninth-
The main event has Bugsy McGraw 1'1 ... .. Field. grade hurdler-shot putter Dawn Cer-
going against Assassin I. Also: Mike iL BItS should qualify a good number nyer ((16.1 110 hurdles 51.8 330's,
Graham meets Assassin II; in a tag. competitors to Region and both Coach 32-4'a shot put); Searcy and Slocumin
team match Manny Fernandez and Taking Ills Best Cut Whitehead Braves catcher Chris Douglas, umpire Ran Rick Stephens of the Tornadoes and the 440; and Ccrnyer and Griffis in
Sweet Brown Sugar meet R.T. Tyler Brian Whitehead of the Mets takes a cut In his team's win dy Crews, and the fans in the stands follow the flight of the Buddy Revels of the Lady Tornadoessay the' high jump, where both have
and Sgt. Jacques Goulet; Reggie over the Braves In Dixie Major play Monday night. ball, which was a grounder to shortstop. their squads should be In the thickof cleared 47.
Parks and Superfly I square off; and the District team battle against On the boys side Steve Marks, high
Scott McGee wrestles Mr. Pogo.( Gainesville High, Buchholz( ,Eastside, point scorer for the Tornadoes all
Mets and Giants Easy Victors in OpenersThe Santa Fe, and Live Oak. Both agree year long, will be aiming to qualifyfor
Ringide seats are on sale for$5 with Buchholz will be the favorite in both Region in as many as five events.
bleacher seats going for $4. Mets and the Giants took divisions but see their tea ms as givingthe He could push BHS into content ion for
easy Wood doubled. Russell Miscally was Bobcats a fight.
team honors as well.
wins to grab the early co-lead in the Dixie Major 2.2 with a double, and Q. Adams The Lady Tornadoes will match
The All Sports Club concession Dixie Youth Major "If everything falls right we've gota
( League as play
stand will be open with hot dogs, ham. opened Monday night in Starke and Larry Feltner were 2-for-2 for the solid quality against Buchholz'ssuperior good chance at it," said Coach
burgers, drinks and snacks on sale.TBall Lawtey. BaseballGiants losers. ( depth in what should be quitea Stephens who saw his team fall well
battle. The Lady Bobcats won the short of Buchholz at the Bradford In-
!Mets 13Braves 3 Bradford Invitational in Starke with vitational earlier The defending
13- Lawtey Blue 4 Stephen Jones struck out 13 batters 54 points to Bradford's 48 andEastside's district champ 'Cats had 73'j pointsto
Smallfry Signup> Underwayfinished Wise and Michael both
Gary Gray while allowing just three hits to lead 45. Santa Fe's 60 with the Tornadoes
Registration for the Starke Recreation first grade or played T-Ball homered on opening day as the Giants the Mets past the Braves Monday BUS has freshman sprinter Pam sixth with 36'.. "A meet like this
Department's T-Ball and before. won In Lawtey Monday night. night. Hawkins, who has the fastest time comes down to relays. If Steve can
Smallfry Softball is underway Smallfry Softball is for those aged Wise also tripled and was 3-for-4 The winners managed just three reported in Region II in the 220 (25.5)) win us two or three events and we
through May 15 at the Pratt St. Rec. six to eight who have finished first while Chuck Coburn went 3-3 and base hits themselves but took advan- and second fastest 100 effort (11.4) to take a couple of relays we can win the
center from 3.5 p.m. or the Old Ar grade (or have played T-Ball before. scored four times Glen Barnes was tage of 12 bases on balls.Jason Crews her credit; as well as one of the whole meet."
mory office from 8:30: a.m. to 5:30 Children can't be nine before June 8. 1-1 with three runs, Ike Pernell and doubled and Drew Davis and Jones state's top quarter-miters in school Stephens has hopes( that his mile
Junior Softball is for boys and girls Shaun Schmidt both 1-1. and winning had singles for the winners while record setter Lpuette Smith (59.3. relay and mile medley units can
p.m.TBall is for boys and girls ages aged 9-12 (age determining date June pitcher Stephan Wheeler 2-4. David Williams, Richie Taylor, and Hawkins' 25.5 is number three and finish strong.
four (by June 8)) to six who have not 8). Kim Gowens and J. Crews both James Johnson had the losers Smith's 59.3 number four among girls Marks who has run 10.1 in the 100,
homered for Lawtey Blue while Allen safeties. Williams doubled. class AAA times in Florida according .
/ 22.6 in the 220,and 52: 2 in the 440 while
long jumping 21-3 and high jumping
I AMERICAS FAMILY 5-10 will be among the favorites in all
DUG? five events. Roger Brown of Buchholzand
Detron Colson of Eastside figureto
offer his chief competition in the
sprints while Shawn Akridge of GUS
has run 50.3 in the 440. Brian Davis of
GHS has high jumped 6.4 but
Stephens figures Marks and Ronald
Savings Davis ((5-8)) of BHS could go 23.
Also Brad Hildreth (42-10'':!> and
Kenny Wright should\ score in the
weights and Kenny Bright ((9-6))
should qualify in a slim field of pole
vaulters. Stephens also said Curtis
Jones and Richard Warren in the
2-mile and Larry Long in the 880 are
Region qualifying possibilities.

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rage UA TELEGRAPH April 23, I_ '

Florida Probate Division enmseDistrict's rl..t;lOX., (y' M1..i.;t;" .

PUBLIC : tha address of Next Week in Gainesville

NOTICE''J., which Is 8radlordCounty) '
COurthou..Nart" Tempi
... by Chapter 17, Acts Jone.,M.H. : ; 14.70 Avenue, Stark,

of 1971 Notice I hereby given that King. Floyd '". ,, ? '.66 .and Florida address 32091.of The th name Personal BUS Girls'1'op Broncos 9-2 I
tangible personal property tax** Kite, 1.3. 302.76
aseed: the y.ar 1980 ore now Kyl. Harry W. I 99.01 and of the 'PortotrolR.pnsenoIVe'I

delinquent and beginning April 1 KIII''.. NorryWlltlaml ,j 113.39 attorney Bradford High's Lady Tornadoeswon tournament opening next Wednesday record but didn't slow BHS down as
vch tax* are drawing Interest at \l8 (M.". DwlneCynU.> 93.36 their third straight road
are .. forth night April 29, at Westside Park in the Lady Tornadoes held the hosts to
percent per year plui the proporMartin.,Jimmy ,' 176.... blow ': "' and took their seventh win in the last Gainesville. BHS has already finished five hits with solid defense.

tionate coN of publishing thl notice Matthew, lesion < 33.31 .All Interested (persons eight games with a 9-2 decision over 0.21n district play, with both losses to "This was one of our best defensive

and delinquent eo* Unle.. the/ Motel Trail ,I' 310.96 are'nquind to III* with Middleburg Monday. Buchholz (also with two losses), and games, with just two errors. said

amount let opposite each name Motel Underwood 28.81 the court WITHIN"THREE The win pushed BHS to 10-4 for the should be seeded no lower than second Lady Tornado Coach Gayle Lee.

below or. paid prior to the 30th day New Method, Cleaner i 67.22 MONTHS' FROM THE year with just two regular season for the tournament. That will "Janet Williams made a couple of

of April 198 warrant will be owed Paul' Drive'10 Cleaner. 113.29 DATE'' OF''' THE FIRST games left both against teams that give the Lady Tornadoes a first round good stops at second base and turned
thereon and the TOM Collecta'wlll 1"1"mon'.Groc.ry IB.24 .PUBLICATION OF THIS handed Bradford losses earlier. The bye and "
put them Into Thursday after-, .one double play by herself.
apply to th* Circuit Court loran order Powell'i Dairy Freez 165.87 NOTICE: <1)) All 'claim* Lady Tornadoes were to have gone to noon's semifinal round. The championship At the plate Sherrie Hankerson and

directing levy upon end *el>ur. of Rainbow Marine Inc. ''''.'6 against thi estate and Clay County Wednesday, April 22. and game will be played Friday Mashell Brown did most of the work

the tangible personal property of the Raimey, rowralng. 16.12 ((2)interested) any objection( by an Friday( visit Keystone Heights !for a at Westside with the winner moving with Hankerson going 3-for-S and,

taxpayers for unpaid tax.*; Reed, Willie 7.64 person to 4:30: p.m. game. Keystone beat BHS into the Regionals against the Ocala < Brown busting a sixth inning homer

penaltle and additional cot. The Socket, Scott V. 27.57 ,that whom challenges notice was moiled. the 17-7 in nine innings the last time the area District champ. BHS has never and going 2-for-2 with a walk,
name of delinquent personal! property Shannon. Nathan 14.70 two teams met.
won a district title in
girls Softball.
validity of th* will, the rWforrfte. IM III I t I t
taxpayer and th* amount of Shaman Herriila, ... 38.85 The Lady Tornadoes join .
qualifications of th* MMdtofcw *l* MI 1 I II
tax** Including the cot of advertising Snipe. Dwlght 77.51 representative personal Buchholz Eastside, Santa Fe, GHS, Bradford 9 Broncos 2 WHmmm(l''4)). U iMMlra((4-1)).
or. th* flrt month' penalty and Starke Builder* Supply 231.12 and Live Oak for the District 5-AAA 1*. KtatoM (M).MIttalMw(M1).
of Middleburg came in with 13-3
venue or jurisdiction .
M*.M.I"( )
delinquent" cot or. a* follow: Stark.MotaPartlCo: 221.10 the court. ,

Starling. Eugene R. M.21
Bl Air Apartment* $ 16.41 Th.lookingGlasStyl. 81.38 NOT SO FILED

8rama,R.TommleJr..,. 39.99 4.ISCacon Taylor.llobert Traylor Norman 4. Dbbl 168.38 27.04 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED Hayes Tops Stars, Olin's Edges Lawtey Wildcats I

Clayton. Paul Sr. 93.61 UnderwoodRert. 1..96 Dot of the first Hayes Builders & Electric and ,

Comb., Joins < Carol 2.81 Wade, Robert 18.31 publication of thl* Notice Olin's Mobile Homes recorded victories Men's' 0Iin'.7. Lawtey 6

Confederate Shop 7.73 Welty, Richard 213. 9 Administration: April as the Starke Men's Open Open Roy Hart singled and scored on a

Cooper'* Nurcery Whit., Mwrk.l. 16.16 23, 1981. Softball sacrifice fly by Alton Crews in the top
League opened Monday
ft landscaping. 184.45 Wesson, John I 52. 9 Personal Represen- Edwards Rd. Field. nightat SoftballDavid of the eighth inning to send Olin's

Dairy Queen 539.94 Wolbert. J.J. 382.47 tativeFlorlda National Mobile Homes past Lawtey's

Demp, Robert Et At) 27.04 Bank of Jacksonville, Hayes 20 Stars 4 Wildcats in an extw-inning nail-biter

Dobbs Arll. J. B Deborah 21.11 Inc. 6.07 General Mall Canter, Monday night.
Equip. Enterprise Hayes put on a ZO-hit show in winning
Jacksonville, Florida an inside- Crews was 2-tor 2 to lead the winners

Dopson, Or. E. Edward 11.70 Equip. Enterprise, Inc. 39.62
a five-Inning shortened
Douglas. l.C. 155.38 6.75 33231 Attn: JamesDover. game by the-park HR, Ben Padgett 1-1, Ronnie at the plate while Roger Mitzel
Gr..nbri.rlwdngCorp the 1S-run rule Monday night.
Kilby 2-4. and David
Fishin-Shack 86.70 GreenbrLrlwlingCorp. 29.96 Gene Tanner Thigpen doubled and Ralph Gilpin both went 2-4 with a
ripped a grand slam
George H. Pierce, Esq. for the winners. double.
Foundation Paving{ Co. 33.93 Mallard Co. 9.03
Tram. HR and a double Jim Lewis
P.O. Drawer 1030, The Stars led
by Frank Wood
was 3-4 with
Gardner Percy I Marie 35.19 Namx Leasing Co. 5.79 Chub a triple
homered Johnson
Stark. Florida 32091 was Paladino who
two-run HR
Garrord Mold Co. 134.32 33.29 a John Wood 2-3 with a double, Mike
NomxlwringCo. ((901/96/-5701)). with a two-bagger Dinkie Kilby in the first and
Craig Sapp, who Brown 24, and Gary Wheeler 1.2 witha
Cay'* Home Appliance 71.81 Naporano Iron Metal 964 1/131khg 4/30. Steve Cubbedge and Jim Alvarez 3-3, doubled.
Grllfl, Purvl 3.08 National Wax 3.99 for Lawtey.

Gulf Service Station Phillip Petroleum Co. 3,73doBw.rlylryon IN THE CIRCUIT

20.39 Wilson Car Line* 5.43 COURT. IN AND FOR

Gunter Radio& TV Serv. ....67 BRADFORD COUNTY Indians Twins and Suns 1st Night Minor Winners I

Hamilton Thomas B. III 9.62 Elth.,S. Hall FLORIDA. ,

Hayes Farm. Inc. 672.31 Tax Collector STOCKTON

Houck Apartment 111.69 Bradford County. Flo.UNITED WHATLEY, DAVIN ft The Indians Twins and Lawtey Dixie 1 MinorBaseball David Llzenbee had two hits to lead

John., Edwin 56.99 chg4/23.. COMPANY a Florida Suns won ballgames to start off the the Tigers while Kirby Joe Hildebranhad

LL-" .. 1.L. Jr IRA- ,- :37 T' ,- corporation. Dixie Youth Minor League season a single and scored twice and
Tuesday night. Ron Zurfluh drew three walks.
INTENTIONTO Lawtey Suns 22 Phillies 3
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, REGISTER NOTIFIED that the ad and KATHLEEN, his wife,P. EDWARDS The 17 runs the Indians scored in the Rangers who didn't have a base hit in The Suns led 11.2 after two inningsand

JACKSONVILLE DIVI FICTITIOUS 'ministration of tho Defendant the second inning was more than game. then 11 more runs on in the third

SION. NAME tat* of/ LLOYD G. EDWARDS Case No: 80-356 enough to win Tuesday night at Pratt Twins 20 Tigers 10 inning to record an easy win at Cobbie
UNITED STATES OF deceased. File St. Field.
The Twins poured 18 runs, across in Field.
AMERICA Pursuant to Section Number 1-3282, I I. pending NOTICEOF the first Inning to take an 18-3: lead Eric Noegel and R. Kimutis

Plaintiff 865.09, Florida Statute, In th* Circuit Court SALE 1-2 hitters Ed Douglas and Bo and went on to defeat the Tigers by 10 homered for the winners while both
v* notice I. hereby given for Bradford County Bishop scored four times each to lead
BENNIE J. NOTICE IS HEREBY Tuesday night at Pratt St. Chris Noegel and H. Davis were
that tha Florida, Probate Division.
and ELIZABETH V. und.relgned.LAWRENCE the address of GIVEN THAT pursuantto the winners Douglas also collected Rob Powers tripled, Tim Lewis and 2-for-2 with four runs scored. Winning
MOSLEY, an Order of Final three hits one a double, and Bishop Chuck Mullins M. Whitehead
JONES hit wife Terry Rogerswas pitcher went 3-for-4 and
1915 N. Temple. Ave.., which Is P.O. Drawer B.
Dd.ndants.Care Starke. Fl. 32091, sol. Stark, Florida 32091. Judgment of foreclosure cracked a double and single, while 2-for-2 and Alex Porter 1-for-l D. Patterson and Bill Hamilton also
ntered In th* obove- Jason Johnson and Keith Jenkins had
No. 80-988-Clv-J- owner, doing bullnerlunder The personal representative for the Twins. In addition Powers had hits.
WC the firm name of of the estate I I. captioned action I will s.ngles for the winners. Rogers and Ashley Alday scored W. Prevail had the only Phillie hit

AMENDED MOSLEY TIRE CO., 1915 l.G. EDWARDS JR.. sail the Bradford property situatedIn Wilkerson scored twice for the three runs apiece. a double in the third inning.

ORDER OFSERVICE N. Temple Ave., Starke. whole add,..* I I. 8307 described CovnlV.Florida. errA

PUBLICATIONTh. BY Fl. 32091.sold Intend fictitious toregister S.W.E-214, 142nd Miami,Avenue Florida th parcel* Southeast of land!Vt lyingIn of Tornadoes Are Now 16-6 in Baseball I

Court being odvlied nom. under the provisions 331 83.: Th* nom.and ad-
Southeast / of Section
by Plaintiff. United of aforesaidstatute. deft of the
States of America that p.rlOnolr.pr..ntatlv..'* attorney 24, Township 6 South, (more from pg. 9A) excellent high school pitchers managed ninth. With pinch runner David

service by publication Dated this 7th day of I I. set forth below:: County Range 22 Florida East, Bradford; said 184. Bradford 13-6 with four straight strand to fend off repeated threats to Sparks at second, pinch hitter Mike
could be a total of 17 baserunners. The
completedby April. A.D. 1981 In Brad All parsons having wins BHS Jordan second and
parcel being more was looking to set an all- at Randy Parado
April 13, 1981 the particularly gloves helped, not one error was com-
ford. Florida. 4/9 4tcg claim or demands
Ulme school first
date forth described as record for most baseball at with two down Gnienwald faced 1
set In this mitted. .
Court' Order of Service 4/30. against the mat are follow: wins in a season... and most of all the BHS cleanup hitter Kenny Clark.

by Publication .nt.red MONTHS required WITHIN FROM THREE THE Commence at the two'neighboring[ clubs savor wins But the game finally ended on a His first delivery to Clark who had

on February 37, 1981 NOTICE OFINTENTION DATE Of THE FIRST Southeast corner of laid ,,' over each other. It was aPWner's miscue. Keystone's big winner Jim singled his last to times up ,was.low! .

hereby amends Its Order TO REGISTER PUBLICATION OF THIS Section 24 and run?North; duel not a classic one with Gnienwald owner of a spotless 7-0 and tight..and skittered qway fromcatcher /

a* follow:: FICTITIOUS NOTICE to file with th* OW20" West' along the pjfS stroking 10 hits and the Indians mark coming, absorbed his first Jeff Stone to the backstop.:

Thl* cause cam to be NAME clerk/ of the above court Easterly boundary poking six but a pitcher's (and loss when he unleashed a wild pitch Sparks scored easily and the

heard upon th/ verified a written statement of thereof 938. feel: fielder's. ) du nevertheless as three with two outs in the bottom of the ballgame! was over.
thence South 83'10'50"w.rt
motion of Plaintiff loran
claim demand
Pursuant to Section any or
order 100.16 f..t to anIon
for tervlce
365.09. Florida' Statutes, they may hov. Each stake far POINT OF ..
publication and It
appearing claim be In ;
notice is hereby given must writing BEGINNING. From
that this action
that the and must Indicate the
brought for the
bail for th claim th.
enforcement Lamar Williams, Rt. 1. thus described continue
of lien
a Box 10-A, Lowteit, FL nam and address of the
against real property 8310'SO" W.".
situated within the Middle 32058 sole owner, doing creditor or tell agent or 100 feet to an Iron stake,
business under the firm attorney and the "
District of Florida and th.nc. North 6 31'7"
nom. of WIDOWMAKER amount claimed. If th* i f
described on follows: West 214 85 feet to an s
TURKEY CALLS Rt. 1 1. Box claim I I. not yet due, the ,
Lot 8, DENNY HEIGHTS Iron Irok.laat.d on th.Southerly .
Commence at the NW 20-A, Lowtey, Fl. 32058 date wh.n It will become boundary of .i Iw,'.
duo ihall b. Hated. If I
corner of the SW/4 of the intends to register said the right of way of State ,
fictitious nom. under the the claim I I.contingent or Road ,, :?'
SW'of Section 22, 16, thence In an r'
provisions of aforesaid unliquidated the natureof : '"'.' 'bt
Township 6 South Range Easterly direction, along "
22 East, Bradford County statute./ the uncertainty shall said Southerly boundaryand ': i-
Florida and run Dated this 2nd day of b* tated. If the clolm I.I along the art of a vi .
April A.D. 1981 In Bradford secured, the security ;..

89 degrees and 40 curve concave to the I '..
shall b described. Tha
County Florida. 4/2 *
minute East 831.81.1to South and having a :I.
claimant shall deliver .- :
4tpd 4/23.
a point thence run radius 17,13391' feet,

South 0 degrees, 47 NOTICE OF sufficient copies of the a distance of 123.3 feet, s. .. : ... '1 ,
minutes Welt, 25 f..t'a APPLICATIONFOR claim to th. clerk to a* measured along a 11 .,.' ;:.. ,;, ," .,
point of beginning. CanlinueSouthOdegrwl TAX DEED enable the clerk to mall chord having a bearing 'Ri I q'' :i t : ',

47 NOTICE IS HEREBY one copy to. each personal of North 83"39'9'' East ,. \,...,. ';' ..... ,1', ..,
minutes Weit 173 feetto GIVEN that J.R. B LOIST. repre entotive. to a concrete monument; I

a point, thence North BULLINGTON the All persons Interested thence South 038'10" ,. '_ 0 : .:
89 degree. 40 minutes holder of the following In the astate to whom a East. 215.06 'eelo I T.M : '''r,tf'1':''
East, 60.69' Let Thence copy of this Notice of Administration :
certificates has /filed said POINT OF BEGINNING. 'I j .,):
Northeasterly on the arc certificates for a tax hat been at public: sale, to the :: !r'.
of a curve 36.11 feet to c deed to be issued mailed ore required, highest and bast bidder .,' I, J: ;'.4.J; ;". .

point thence North C thereon. the certificate WITHIN THREE MONTHS for Goth at th* front

doges7 minute numbers and years of Issuance FROM THE DATE OF THE door of tha Bradford ,f 1. "Hi'i i' L

Earl 84.99 feet thence the description FIRST PUBLICATION OF County Courthouse In ., .." ,.; ,., .
South 89 degrees, 40mlnutts of the property and the THIS NOTICE to file any Stark. Florida' at 11:00: .II
West 89.5 feet.Thenc obj).ctont! they L .
names In which it was may o'clock A.M. on May 14, .
North 0 degrees. assessed or. as follows: have that challenges the J 4 ',," .

47 minute* Eosl. 75 feet Certificate No. 177 validity of the decedent's 1981.GILBERT S. BROWN I 9f.N,13jJ'r. -

thence South 89 degrees, Year of 'Issuance 1978. will, the qualifications of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT I 'I. ...

40 minutes West, 2.41 Description of Property the personal representative COURT. By: Baulah i Ir i .1. '/Ii/ *Wi.Y!
feelo a point of beginn : LOTS 70 a 72 ON PINE or the venue or Moody, Deputy Clerk. 1 .. "

ing. All lying in Section OF CRYSTAL LAKE (jurisdiction of the Court. EDGAR W. McCURRY.JR. n ... f

32. Township 6 South HOMESITES SEC: '. TWP. ALL CLAIMS. .. 3626 Independent ilt1
Range 22 East. Bradford DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS ? FI-:
8 S., R.22.Nom. Square, Jacksonville. 'f ., :
County Florida NOT SO FILED :r.
in which asstss- Florida 32203,
and it 'further appearing ed Olga T. Robert D.Atterbury. WILL BE FOREVER BARRED 9043542140. Attorney T.
that Defendant Elljobeth, .if! ./,." jt"-" ,
for Plaintiff. '
I .
V. Jens cannot be served All of sold property Date of tha first 4/23 2tcng 4/30. ......- ':-". :. :"'::1', ,. '.
within the Star of/ of this ; ..:. .
being In th* County of publication Notice r" I ', .1 I
i I I Florida: and that she MInot Bradford. Slate of of Administration: April .. ., I .rK"" '.,1.. .. .. ."."...
. voluntarily appeared Florida. 9. 1981. t Pursuant Section ill l k? tiny,1,1 ,:r Jlrr.? .;"" .' ,'I":J f :riA't'l; .r'' I' .'

J herein, : It i I. therefor Unles such certificate /s/L.O. Edward. Jr., 381,494 to Florida '' gl\ .; ii ; :i ,'
ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: or certificates shall be A* Personal Representally : ., .1"40. .!." '
Statutes, the North Cen '
I. Defendant Elizabeth redeemed / of/ th* Estate of/ ;; .F r ': : :
according to tral Florida Health Plonn- "' 4r= :.r.A.: { ; "IOrrJ.r"' '
; .
V. Jonas shall In LLOYD G. EDWARDS, } s ..l..% r. a!'
appear law the property described ..... } I ::
thl* caul. and plead to In such certificate Doc........ {ling Council inc will con r S n''Ij( vikt f\ J, .', "
or duct a public hearing at "A 4
the complaint iil.dha.ln certificate will be sold ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAl ., 'J I t"I t r d, t 6s
'Tr 7.00 PM..on May ."S. tj < ( ,il e# dr .. .yn "! /! ..
before .
on or May to th* highest bidder at at the .Bradfords 'y 7 i 4...:..T"-.."
I. 1981; or In default' the court i o. oar on : Richard E.-W.I. t,j 1981. ;.;j" ." 0',0 114t1'/)'
thereof th* Court (.hallproc.ed the 20th day of May, ty'.T p0; *' Box 995. 954 County I. .' .. '"'' ... .. ..
to Judgment in 1981. North Temple Avenue j Meeting Room. Bradford ,, .... Q .
I County' Cowrthow, 'I' .... ;; j' .
this cause to the> extent Doted Stark. Florida 32091 "
prwklederr by Section 1981.GILBERT thl. itt day of Telephone ((904), 1 Stark., ,Florida.: This !'> urvtrrr, .., ,n.ali.t, y'r ,. I' ,coltJgl.. / \W I

1655. Till* 28. United April. S. BROWN 9648050. I 1 public hearing I* for the I.-" ;,"'pn'W'ii.. ". ,i. ., { ... :!.) !"'LIHtf/IWt4Mt, :

State Cod, a* If cold CLERKs/ by Beulah M. 4/9 4tchg 430.tM ,. purpose of ,accepting .': a'b1.1\ r"i\ snntJt 1J1r.. WI.(';

Defendant had been ''Moody. Clerk of Circuit ,I comment addition on I the'of' '' proposed 71' ," (t141f.: .. &V ra.l;; } W 4l j Oi,: .ilh .N'\((

served with procest Court of Bradford County THE CIRCUIT" 2 hHam. :::" ; r. ....., "' 6l lII'/o..1..jt'/ .. a;:'to.
beds Stork ;
within th. Slat of Florida. COURT EIGHTH'JUDICIAL to. Nursing .. ,1 'j1t! rM &-- n"> >-. I.I..mrt ,
j .. Th total ILMB'
Florida. ../. 4tchg "/30'N CIRCUIT IN I project, E.,,: >?4ItI'I-: .,, F Arft ; it 1 Vv ':'''1 :>';11(, '.1" I-91.428.000.. .The i
2. Thl order AND FOR BRADFORD i I be. .. I' 'It'.j1 ..' 'I 1 u Illfi.af111i1| "t.(
published l THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY FLORIDA). proponents application ;: !. ,,' Fa'We're .
In .
i a 41s I available far '" "t 1"; ; having a real I I 'r1f1, ('!saM" L ,
FOR ; Inspeclc: .
newspaper general i Allan and at > *t M '.r" 'r': sale on a real treat. 'r," i. n tuF "Ii-', .,. 'i'WI!
circulation' In Bradford N. FLORIDA. PROBATI No. .I->>CI. Dlvltiorr' copy < p. ; r
County, Florida; not less ,DIVISION., Case No.ai.2S.CrV 1-3284.: ij i;-Council's( .. alflc' 2003 f" .I,H f.IJ.t 1Y'!...'!. (' : ', Three thick layers of .. "' ."''r'r'.tJ''''J .'.'t.."J"l""

than once each week for ,File No., la? re: Ettot* >of 'j KN.W. I3 hj Street ";:?S II-V' ': -"I : real hot fudge and 11"j' i' 't..'"100

six consecutive: weeksprloV '1.3282. ELIZABETH M., 5)03. Gainesville. Florida. ...1'-/' / p"4, ; .,.;; INt'ftJ'".,
o4'th.h ', '
fond the office : ,JI'''' )/ T1'I. .
th In Estate D.eeaLA. '
to return dote re: of LLOYC WPQWMAU, ; r : With cool and
nereinobove designated G. EDWARDS. Deceased. .,NOTICE Of ytCl.rka'of, i the County I "ICourt' t'it' ,*"' 'I!"' r
DONE AND ORDERED' NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATION? .' ''Bradford County'f"'"> ", pAIRY QUEEN soft serve
at Jacksonville." Florida :ADMINISTRATION'roAU ., Courthouse:: ; Stark,3'1"; '* ..:' 01 ,, r In between: The Peanut}.* J\i'"t"1\
fhis'llth, day of March, The odminidnlbn'ol, ;''Florida. ,, \ "' .ikv'h l- 'fi': : rs5 r ,Buster Parfait Now only f. .)1 tr

tat. PERSONS HAVING 'its estate of Ill.obeth Ih' 4/33 [ .. .. I- 890 at your participating ) -'. "

,.;,'W.IIom ..Caiogw, ,..CLAIMS O.otMANOS M. Pownall, Jxeaied.File ., .J : : +: ,. DAIRY QUEEN store. '
Ttcttg"I| t. r
"JmMrl Stan. District AGAINST THI / Number .1.>>CP. toLnAJeMUelk j I 4- .
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<| OVRS,"HANOAI1y If ,1ft Clrcul"
!1- i fffty atL r M.
;rhg30 ft.] i(OJ"IRR. P..E* .ON9'If', N. ', ? HrvJsV Bradford -. I ', IM" "\I\ ,@ AM. D.O. Corp.J 1981 WK TOCO? VOW .MQHT

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section I April SectlonB 23,1981 ,; EI4I j3"11 TIMES

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i Newly ;Rebuilt Blanding \. r tx

'. n\\\:\:\ ''t1\\ .

:-:. Is f' '" g' .Site: x I.

I i I $ ,
mm\I \ t\ "< .1111"1,1

= ;,\! IHr \ ''1by II1\\ 1

= 011 '" \\\ \\1 r I j ,.jienlasked! about the persistent
V Junior Blanding willlilhgcortlel
c B< Iff. \ \ that Camp
\\1 t i a full-time training site

5 "Every cull >i ,4nf.tp! )4! \\,\ l,.? Locke stated that there. V _
: L
B. tect Ion of a i t da ,4 \i'\full-scale{
=: not only a pr opt l4 3r41he3 rr i \
E but even his p<|n s to h i I'I i E..\ '''\'Throughout Florida, the Guard has
'a Federal budget of$40.673.5 and a''
= >Washington'
o/lt.-HGeprge, aM
\! \ fiq\\ state component of$7,531,125. .
E What is green J # appeaiSlarge "The Florida National Guard is Indeed \ 1
>I ana influence in ...--( .
a major economic -
:E bunches on the streets of Starke most e .

=E weekends 'throughout duringthe'summermonWhat \ year'\ and- our the food I local communities.utility costs and, In other addition local to .-.,,.. .#--- .... .:,.,...-.... _..._. -- .. -...... .. s.:. ". - .. .. .. .----. !.If!
: ;:
especially purchase: items made by National t
:. ..organization)puts into the jjuard'units, the weekend trainingpay :. 4 I
........... b'
individual Guard membersearn ..
-= local economy ,,$324,752.33: In' salary our is usually spent in their local .b" t1 ... t ....V.y! _., ...,. : '-r ... ... .. ;....,. +' :
.:z for !its "part-time" help?! "$ v. .+1 1NA1rwvv41vr4b'..k' .i4rrr. +rN. sA OA. .. 1 4.l.NO # ri."t- 4
communities. says Major General ta .4e1441 pA xl. t1414w. k41.AAesdt. wpi A'M #
What provides some of the best +D4l4A'bHt4"sr ,
c e.aPlb.or A.dAOf. OYO r4N,4rAA+! .
tt'1- '
.recreation opportunities for' sport. Kennedy C. Bullard, the 6s iro."iM A414l4 P .+ t C "4 + #...4AOOrl AA R ,.M +DP.4 f<'"r'ft v 1
# A d d A 1t.t. .
+ .
the Florida National Guard. "YCI rM+: 8.'V: : .. ..' .: yA tit. Vdi 4r4..: S .O. PW6X tV Vb+ 'A { A4rd +.Q MAeh t
:_'smen state?!and familigs'If this'part of. the, Located on Edwards Road here in "".'. tar... ''..w-. mos'' ; ''-.. oiV'' '',. ''.\oea. ......,,......w. ""oe$> .4t-.4I. .t l t;.A ew. ..uetr.. ...rw....a
'... ; -s .a I i'wOrr d.V4/d .4 .:+CAV1+tr4'b1waN'YM :
Starke is the 631st Maintenance Company .. ,; F7rr10 p :
wti, .
;:. The answer to these questions.is the .e; ...'. ;.. .c. ..... .. .. ..... -i'. .
':- Florida National Guard. which has approximately 225 ... \ /_. ". .... :: ;r : :. : :::::.: ... !. ....
Its Armory I members. The unit's payroll for part- .
The State of Florida,through .
.- '' time soldiers was almost$325,000. At r
Board Camp Blanding, .
between Starke the armory is located a full-time supply *.
located Middleburg, ,
which employs 5 ....i .>. .. ..
:::: and Keystone Heights. This is the an- operation people .. -I- ..
: nual training site for most of the National while an additional 5 are utilized in "
:: administration along with at Entrance on SR-16...
::il Guard troops from Florida and company
:: also draws guardsmen from other two full-time CETA employees.
states as well as an increasing Camp Blanding has, broken-up in says former Holiday Inn Manager .Camp Blanding, quite a few will show brought out by Captain John Moors of cottages. Stays are limited to nights
= number of active duty Army soldiers. various departmens, 170 employees.Total A.J. Dugger. up at the local restaurants. DressedIn the post. One of his responsibilities is and 7 days on a space available basis
-= Major Jim Locke, director of Plans financial input originating from Dugger indicated that his facility their green uniforms or in civilian to oversee the usage of the on-base A campground is also available on the
.;: and Operations for Camp Blanding, is both state and federal monies is gets a large percentage of the clothes they are usually easy to pick housing, which includes the trailers lake.
.:- justifiably proud of the converted credited to be$7,203,872, including billeting contracts due to the out.\ They Just seem too neat to be a and cottages which are rented to "It's an inexpensive way to spend .\
:: World War II training center. He has salaries, operating expenses, con- closeness of the Holiday Inn and thatit regular person. Guardsmen and their families for week with your family on a lake,"
::.: seen the recent six million dollar struction, and fuel purchases. meets the government re Blaine Thompson of Sonny's Bar-B- vacations. said Moors of the program to rent out
:: building program change the entire "About 90 percent of the people who quirements. He said between the Que estimated that his business picksup vacation accomooations.
: complexion of the installation over work here on Camp Blanding live in tourists and the National Guard,both between 10 and 15 percent from the When you look at it, the National
:: the last several years. Bradford County or Clay County, had a large effect upon the city. Guard. Rates are presently $4 per day for Guard is quite an operation for what
=:; This stream of improvements has says Locke.It Local restaurants are a large "I am very confident that the adults and $2 per day for children at most people consider to be a bunt"f
= seen the building of enough barracks would appear that a large percen- receiver of dollars from the Guard. Guard stimulates the economy here the 20 trailers, 8 quonset huts, and 2 part-time soldiers.THAT .
:: to house approximately 4,500 troops tage of the money which originates at During 1980,$43,108 was spent locallyto in Bradford County," Thompsonsays. "'-
:: on the post at one time. While many Camp Blanding is funneled directlyinto purchase meals for the troops who V
L short of the almost 50,000 that were this area. did not have their own "mess" Aside from the seriousness of
:: reported to be there during WWII it "The National Guard has a real impact "- facilities. preparing to soldier, Camp Blanding 0F100 U
:: makes the installation extremely at- on us and the whole county During any weekend troops are at has a much lighter side, which was

::: tractive to the Guard, Reserves and .
:: Active Army.
:=- Over 21,000 mandays were used at
::: the post by troops during weekend r
: training in 1980, said Locke. A man- ft r r
--day is counted as one individual beingon
post for one day. a COST LESS!
12,661 soldiers did their summer
training at Camp Blanding during
1980, of which almost 6,000 were from
I, the Florida Guard. Another 3,000
came from Georgia Alabama'and yr C ,
I South Carolina Guard'Units; 1,370( .T V yw .A Y x Llr, BASE., ,
. came from .the.Army Reserve and W 300 SIX
**' '
,I 2,280/totn the active al'Mr.-
Slated for training at Camp Blan 1 Power Steering Power mm
I ding in this year are men from the 1st '

I Squadron 17th Calvary, part of the ....,. -....- ." -.-- Brakes Knit Seats
---a; :
\ 82nd Airborne from Ft. Bragg, N.C. -Step Bumper
from the 101st Airborne In Ft.
Campbell. Kentucky were there in New Enlisted Men's Club... frame'A burned, right on Kingsley Lake.
block club has a restaurant, short 625O
October with an Air Assault Troop The new II million Enlisted Men's Club was just pool tables, pin ball machines, and a juke -
from the Rhode Island National last Fall. It stands on the site of the old wood :.
Guard in early March.

"We're getting more and more I Stock NO. T2986 Reg. S7695
business from the active componentsand

the reserve components. People We Now Accept USDA Food Stamps
keep telling us that we have some of
the finest range facilities in the "" R 1
United States" says Locke of the 1 1 / 1 b

growing usa P"f the installation! i

ilBll i
Owes his success to a cool level head that rests on
his wife shoulders. That same cool level head
I FLORIDATHEATRE knows that the place to buy really good meat Is

where they specialize In Good Meat (sounds F150 ((4x4))
reasonable,doesn't It?)and of course, that placeIs E350
the BUTCHER BLOCK.We buy the best meat we SHORT WHEEL BASE

can lay our hands-prepare it carefully and of- 302 v-8 4 Speed OverCARGO VAN
Starka fer it for sale at a fair price come see for yourself
964-551 drive Limited Slip Axle
400 V-8 Automatic
-that lady with the cool level head did.
-AM-FM stereo Gauges Power Steering Power

.. -sport Wheel covers
4: Brakes AUX. Fuel Tank
Frl., sat., & Sun. Western Mirrors Heavy Duty Radiator}

S 9 [-Chrome Step Bumper -Gauges ((4)) 9.50x16.51)

LILY TOMLIN 23 SALE Tires ((8 ply)
Boiled Ham Extra
$9450 Reg. 510,195


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Hot Dogs ThatAll \
SHRINKING Dogs A Bun From Camps \ Meaty Lb 510,795


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FryersPlump; used To Raise
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Barbara Bach pork. Sausage Buy Too Anywhere lb.Oro'und Seats AMFM stereo ((30

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SCREAMERSThey're S 9 Highway) SALE

Good Julcv Ham- l'
men, BeefA To rger.is Pretty Hard x565
turned inside out! Beat. Limit 10 Lbs. Lb.MIlk' .
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Jacksonville. The award was based

10,000 Troops to Train r fJU01JJ1JJ1B! : CBffi [Ulsl] 1 Tops Starke Among Capt. D's 7 and sanitation upon overall competition, service quality.in to Spring the the customer areas inspections of,

In NE Fla. Dist. are an 'annual .tradition
Manager David Doneski and Captain throughout the 'Captain D's
At ,Shad Being Florida's;human population now exceeds D's Seafood Restaurant in Starke 350-resUiu-ant system:/Thtough these
Blanding This Summer StockedThe nine million. At the same time have been judged the winner in Cap- inspections.many extra details are
the number of ,
alligators has been tain D's annual spring inspection, covered
Florida Game and Fresh Water growing as well. The result has been Jud ing was by David Stratton, Mir Doneski recently transferred to
Almost 10,000 national guardsmen Fish Commission's northeast increased contact between people and Regional Director for parent company Starke, moving''from the University
The 31st Aviation Battalion from regional fisheries crew is currently alligators, and often
will have trained at Camp times a clash. Inc Boulevard Captain D's in Jackson
this spring and summer, Blanding Alabama and Florida will also be at doing extensive shad stocking in Unfortunately there have been a Locally Shoney's the trophy and prizes ville. The: University : Restaurant,
according to
Col. Frank Persons, information of- Camp Blanding during this two-week Ocean Pond, Palestine and Lowery number of tragic alligator attacks on represented competition among the under Manager Steve Taylor, placed
ficer for the National Guard in St. period. Lakes. The addition of threadfin shad people. Even though the risk of a per- seven North Florida Captain D's own- second in (the: spring Inspection.
Augustine.Two Three different units with 2,200 to the fish population will add a son being Injured or killed by an ed by William Wilsor. Enterprises,
training have troops will participate in drills from valuable forage fish for largemouthand alligator IS,very low, the risk still remains
groups already May 16-30( ;: sunshine bass '
month completed Company training D,26th exercises.Aviation Last Bat The 1st BN, 265th ADA from West Threadfin shad have proven to be New SFCC Students Must,Be, Tested
Palm Beach to Palatka. of high nutritional value to bass II
talion from Jacksonville Despite the risk, some visitors and
had 215
Some units from populations while not being detrimental
Jacksonville and
members go through the two-week St. Augustine. to panfish. Threadfins feed residents of the state delight in At Bradford High
alligators. This
training the
causes -
1,100 troops from the 2nd, BN, 263 .357th Supply and Service Battalionof primarily and on animals plankton) and(microscopic reptile to overcome his natural All students planning to enter Santa English and math classes.
ADA from South Carolina and the the USAF and 156th Military Police water plants, therefore don't stay in open shyness and become accustomed to Fe Community College for the first The test will be free and the results
1203d Engineer Battalion from Unit from Alabama. with panfish", they compete humans, thus exhibiting little fear of time this Summer or Fall must take may be used by students who wish to
Personnel from the according to
Alabama 167th Corp Sup- Jerry man. the ACT other Colleges.
completed training Satur- Krummrich, (American College Testing attend
day April 18. port Command from Alabama will biologist.The regional fisheries Program) Assessment Test to be offered The test will begin April 29 at 8 a.m.
The largest group involving 3,200 train June 13.27 at Blanding. is "Alligators attaining a length of six by the College at Bradford High and will last for three hours.
The final program designed to follow
will start training Saturday, April 25, 25 will feature group the Florida July 11 National to July the shad from stocking to feet or longer, present the greatest School on April 29. For more information, phone the
and end its two week exercise Satur and should take reproduction hazard. Smaller alligators pose no The results of the ACT will be used SFCC Office at 9645382.:
day 9. The Guard Military Academy and three approximately significant threat to but to determine
May 53rd Infantry two "We should be able people a bite placement in Santa Fe's
from to
the 130th Aviation Bat- years. see asignificant
from size
Brigade from Tampa, Orlando, St any alligator could result in
Petersburg and all surrounding little States talion Army from Tennessee.Reserve medical A United unit ten-inch largemouth weight difference bass before between and a McKely serious infection", said Chuck Christian Film Distant Thunder' Saturday |
towns will Game and
participate in this group. will also be at Camp Blanding after threadfin stocking", Krum- Fish Fresh
according; to Col.! Persons. Water Commission Alligator I
mrich added. in Starke
this CenterThe
period according to Col.! Persons. Coordinator for the northeast region. Shopping
Future stocking of threadfin shad
"If an alligator represents a serious
Gator will lakes.depend on the success of these threat to humans, pets, or livestock, Christian film "DistantThunder" opens into a large screen and stage
QB The entire trip, accomodations, the Commission is equipped to handle will be shown this Saturday area.
refreshments, and tickets is offered An Alligator TaleThe the problem", McKelvy added. night at 8 p.m. in the Bradford Square There is no admission charge All
Has OpeningsFor for $275 per couple, a price Club alligator is readily identified Shopping Center parking lot on Hwy are invited to attend.
members say can't be beat. with Florida. Naturalist William Bar- Alligators are classified as'a 301, across from McDonalds in Rev. Terry Lytle,director of Driven -
LSU TripThe Deadline for payment is 7:30 p.m. tram in his writing of the St. Johns threatened species and enjoy the Starke. Ministries, says that this film is an
Monday, April 27. The Club has a River in the late 1770's said, tection of state and federal law. Only Drive-In Ministries, a Christian Evangelistic tool and represents a
Starke Gator Quarterback Club Commerce meeting that night at the Chamber of "....alligators were in such incredible representatives of the Commissionare organization designed to reach people tremendous opportunity of sharing
has a few openings left for its annual terested building in Starke and in- numbers and so close together from authorized to handle nuisance for Christ through Christian films, Christ to an unsaved person who
football trip -. this year planned for to the persons can bring payment shore to shore that it would have been alligators. If a serious problem does will be bringing their semi- otherwise might not hear the Gospel
meeting that night or send exist, tractor/trailer to Starke. The trailer
contact the Florida Game and .
New Orleans and Baton Rouge for the checks to Richard Odom, Box easy to have walked across on their message.
Florida-Louisiana Sta te game on October Keystone Heights, heads, had the animals been Water Fish Commission's nor-
3.1981.There For harmless". Although the alligator has theast regional office at Concerned CitizensTo will hold its regular monthly meetingon
more information
has been such response that a Odom, 964-8868. contact made a remarkable recovery from a 18003428105. Meet April 27 Monday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. in
second bus will be taken for the low point in the early 1960's, we will the R.J.E. Cafeteria.All .
weekend. Buses will leave early Friday never again see the population Bar- The Board( of Directors of Concerned members and the general publicare
morning, Oct. 2, and return Sun- ServicemenSgt. tram so lavishly described. Citizens of Bradford County, Inc. asked to attend.
day evening, Oct. 4, about 10 p.m.
The trip package includes two R. Hartley
nights lodging in the French Quartet Senior Master Sgt. Harley R.
of New Orleans, the bus fare to New Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger
Orleans,to and from Baton Rouge for Hartley of Starke has arrived for du- ,S k. **
the game, and back home. All ty at Andrews Air Force Base,
refreshments on the trip are also in- Maryland. -
cluded as well as two tickets to the Hartley, a contracting superintendent ffillUf
football game. was previously assigned at 1.
Patrick Air Force Base, Fla.

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SCHEDULESAND Lawtev News _e.._ _,_ _. :a Girl Scout Newsby --. Community- News *

ACTIVITIES by Elizabeth Terry moved into their new building on by Elizabeth Walker Mt. Moriah United Methodist
Church of God: Sunday School 10 Phone 782-3300 Road 235. They had their first servicein Carolyn Eaves Phone 964-6683 Church: Sunday School only.
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6 their new building on Easter Sun- The Phone Scene"9M-5812 Funeral Service ._ Greater Allen Chapel A..M.E:

p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE Church in Plant City for 36 years. day.B.L. by "Spring Inn was presented Funeral service for Frazier Kelly, Church: Sunday School 10a.m., Mor-
Holiday from 7 to 8, Wednesday
Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Joe Harris visited her friend, Wilklson Jr., visited his April 8. Spring and Jr., will be held Saturday, 2 p.m. In ning Worship 11 a.m. The Men's Day
Evergreen Baptist! Sunday School Mrs. David Forster of Jacksonville brother and sister-in-law Mr. and fashions from summer Pleasant Grove at Pleasant Grove program is scheduled for June 14,
10 a.m. Worship Servcies 11 a.m. and on Friday. While there they went Mrs. Donald Wilkison his mother and Leilas Stumps DepartmentStore United Methodist Church with Rev. 1981. All members are asked to
7 p.m. Training Union at 6 p.m. shopping and ate lunch at Quincy Mrs. B.L. Wilkison,Sr., his soninlawand modeled Dress Shop were Robert Dell of Gainesville officiating. cooperate with all activities of the
by members of the Starke
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Steak House. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Toni! Girl Scouts Haile is in charge of the ar church.
during the dinner hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gentle of Hodges, his son and daughterinlawMr. rangements. The Victory Temple of MINI: The
p.m.Faith Baptist Church: Bible Schoolat Huntsville, Ala., spent a week with and Mrs. (B.L. Wilkisofl, 3rd on Girl Scout show was sponsored by Senior Concerned Citizens of Bradford members cordially invite you to :attend
!. Troop 669 as the final activity -
10 a.m. Worship Services at 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and ,Mr. EastetiSunday.' .1 5 .2} \ of their Fashion County i r services each Saturday at 12
and .Mi*/ Wm. Wilson spent some time Badge. The
p.m. Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Seniors have learned The monthly meeting of the Brad- noon.
about hair
Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of with her brother-in-law and sister, ford County Concerned Citizens, Inc.. First Burn Church of The l.hlntf
styles, clothing, and with
First Baptist Church Gainesville and and Dave Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton oC makeup will be held God Bible
: Sunday Mr. Mrs. consultants Monday, April 27 at 7:30 : Tuesday 7'30J: p.m. Study.
' School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 Kelly and Justin of Jacksonville, Jacksonville. Our prayers are with Evelyn Womack Dimple and Latain Overstreet Peter, p.m. All members and citizens are Invited Friday 7:30: p.m. Tarrying service.
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training Union spent the Easter weekend with their them. son. Sandra Reddish and to be present. The help of all is Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worship -
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday parents Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green of, Womack assisted the girls in Evelyn selec- needed for success. II:30 a.m. Evening Worship at
night at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Fred Moore spent Friday until Brooker were Tuesday supper guests ting and their ('burchdlvltles: 7:30: p.m.
Grace United Methodist of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman and describing outfits. Macedonia: Will Volunteer Sunshine Acres is in
: Sunday Wednesday with her son.ln-Iaw.and Scouts Free Baptist Help:
School 9:45 a.m. Morning Service at daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley ,' Mrs.[Carl and revatt.Mr Ceballos. Leigh Ann modeling Odom, Brooke were Watson Brownies and ,Church: The pastor's fifth anniversary need of volunteer help to work with
11 a.m. Bible Gleanings Wednesday Thomas of Live Oak. When she came < 'Mrs. Jimmy and Beth Juniors began April 20. Friday 7:30: p.m. the mentally retarded clients. Please
: McKinney Trlcia Jones
at7:30p.m. back through Lake City,her grandson daughters and, M*| and Mrs.. Bruce and Donna Langley; ; Cadettes Dianne the Community Chorus will present a help by calling Mr. Bob Larimer at
Highland Baptist: Sunday School Ryan Moore came with her and his and Crapse daughters. Mary Menotte Wood, Melanie Wood and Rosaland program. Saturday, Evangelist Cur 964-7699 for information.
friend David of Jacksonville
9:45 a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. dad and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Walton Lennon Seniors Nadine tis and congregation will conduct ser Greater Bethrlhrm Freewill KaptKl
and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting or Moore and family spent the Easter and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Theresa; Ricks, Pam Pratt,Green Dawn, vice. Sunday school 10 a.m. Sunday Church: Monday 7:30: p m. Senior
Wednesday at 7 p.m. weekend with her before returning Wheeler, were Easter Sunday dinner Schoening, Julee Wise and Michelle 1130am.:: Rev. Barrell! Gilyard from Choir rehearsal. Tuesday 7:30: p.m,
Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45: back to Hollywood, Fla. fuests of Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Kimutis. Assisting that evening were Palatka will preach. Rev. Alphonsa Prayer Meeting. Wednesday all Mis
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee Sr.We Evelyn Womack and Sharon Coston Jenkins and congregation to conduct sion Circles will meet at the church.
7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat and her daughter Mrs. Ernestine Jack Estes are sorry is in Critical to report Care that Centerin Mr. along with Laurie Mullins and Gwen service. The public is invited. Thursday story hour at the church at
7:30 p.m. Herring, of Orlando, spent the Easter Whittington. Church at God In Christ: A revival 7:30 p.m. Friday 6:30: p.m. the Junior
Long Bridge with her Mr. and Memorial Hospital. Jacksonville.Our started Choir and Junior Ushers will
Baptist: Sunday holidays parents, Delegates and guests planning to Monday by Bishop C.D.
School 10:00! : Services Mrs. Dobbs. prayers are with both of them. rehearse. is
a.m. Arlie
Worship 11 attend the Annual Kinsey. Everyone is welcome. Sun. Saturday workday
Meeting are askedto
.a.m.and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Myrtle Barnes spent Tuesdayand Mr. and Mrs. Elmer brother Hall of Mandarin meet at the Presbyterian Church day School 9:30 a.m. Installation of Sunday is our annual Youth Day
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday with her son and visited their and sister- lot the pastor Elder Hue Anderson will be celebration. Sunday School 9:30: a.m..
in-law Mr. and Mrs. McClellanon parking Wednesday at 8:30: a.m.,
:Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Les April 29. conducted at 3:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m, with the
School 10:00: a.m. Services Thomas L. Barnes and Thursday. Junior Church Dinner. at 1
Worship 11 family. Big thank to the Bradford County Pleasant ( rove United :Methodist 1 in Charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Max of you -
a.m. and 7:00: p.m.,Training Union at Mrs. Mabel Parrish of Avon Park Newport Hospital for the Church: Sunday School only. The p.m. Final service for the day at :Jp.m.
6 Prayer visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon Orange Park, were dinner guests of con- of invited to attend.
p.m. Meeting' Wednesday<< at- Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan Tues- tribution to the Bradford County Girl Fellowship Churches monthly ac Everyone
7:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon.Mr. on Scout Camp fund. If have a scout tivity will be held at Pleasant Grove :.Ml. Calvary ltdptist fliuiTli: Men
Norlhsldr Baptist: Sunday School and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and family day.Mr. interested in attending you and United Methodist Church at 3 p.m. and Women Dual Day April 26. Kev
10:00: a.m. Worship Services 11.a.m. ) Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs of and Mrs. Pete Starling and failed to camp you Rev. Robinson from Keystone W.B. Nelson.pastor. Dinner served
and get campership application
of Mrs. your
and 7:00: p.m. Prayer Meeting Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of family, Jacksonville. Mr. in let Laurie Heights, will preach.
Jerre and or Carolyn Know
Wednesday at 7:00: p.m. Jacksonville, Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of Starling daughter, Amy, and will how ,Antioch Baptist Church: Thursday 7 Workshop: The second workshop for
and Mr. and we see scouts we
Mrs. of many
Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sunday Tallahassee, and her daughter Mrs. Starke Joey Starling, can send to this summer. p.m. Prayer and Bible study. Friday, Summer Vacation Bible School
with their camp
School 10:00: a.m. Worship Ser Ernestine Herring of Orlando were went to 7:30: p.m. the Union will sing at New throughout Bradford County will
vices 11 and Easter dinner of their Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling begin with Sunday evening -
a.m. 7:00 p.m. Prayer Sunday guests Bethel. The Choir will rehearse Saturday registration
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. and family dinner on Easter Sunday and ServicemenCharles 6 p.m. at Antioch Church Sunday April 26 at New Bethel Baptist
Additional Church Activities: Phil Eunice of Lake City and his were their guests. School at 9:45: a.m. Morning Worshipat Church at 7:30: p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan and
First Baptist Church will have a brother-in-law Arthur Melton of 11 am. The Choir Union will be
Revival May 4 through May 10. Rev. Graham, were Saturday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and Williams held in Putnam Hall. Adult Kilucaliun: Classes are still in
T.T. Moore of Bristol, Va., will be the guests of Phil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. son Jeff, spent from Wednesday until Alt. Zion A.M.K.: Church: Sunday session at the Lawte>, KJE.: &,
Sunday at Safari Camp Grounds at Coast Guard Electrician's Mate 1st Vocational Technical Center. II
Evangelist. An invitation is extendedto Harold Eunice. School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 yoU
all to be with us. Emory Eunice and sons Deron and Alachua.Mr. Class Charles E. Williams, whose a.m. and at 6 p.m. are a non reader and wish to improve,
Grace United Methodist: Rev. Don Doug of Gainesville, were Thursday and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited wife, Linda is the daughter of Queen New Bethel Baptist; Church: Prayer your reading we can help. All basic
Love and his family "The Singers of dinner guests of his parents Mr. and their sister, Mrs. A.P. Hallman of E. Albert, of Starke, recently assisteda service each Wednesday. The Ushers skills are free of charge and taught at
Heart"' taped two television appearances Mrs. Harold Eunice. Keystone Heights on Saturday.Mr. distressed vessel that turned out to anniversary will begin Friday 7:30: your rate of learning. Why not take
and Mrs. J.W. Thomas of Live be
this past Tuesday to be Mrs. Phil Gainey and two childrenof carrying marijuana. p.m. with Reverend Perry Robinson this opportunity l to improve your
shown on "Health and Happiness" Brooker. dropped in on their aunt, Oak Greg Moore of Homestead, Mrs. Williams is a crewmember aboard preaching. Saturday 2 p.m. the skills in reading, mathematics,
Channel 47. Mrs. Rossie Reddish on Wednesday, GAyle Todor, Scott and Brad of the Coast Guard cutter Cherokee, Pastor, Deacons and Trustees Junior language and writing.
The family will be doing the music April 15. All of them went to Leon Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. Tom homeported at the Naval AmphibiousBase and Seniors will meet in the monthly l'nil..d'uic"j of Choir Federation
for "Campers for Christ" at Crooked Starling's strawberry patch and picked Casey, Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Little Creek Norfolk, Va. meeting. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning will be having their regular monthly
River; State Park near St. .Mary's, berries for their freezer. Hobbs of Gainesville, were Easter Worship 11 a.m. Rev. Jonathan program at Mt. Pisgah AM.E
Georgia. Anyone Interested will be Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Boch and Jennieof Sunday dinner guests of their mother, A 1968 graduate of Robert Jenkins Mosley will preach. All members are Church at :3 p.m.. Guest Choir will bi
welcome to go along. Camper, hook Alachua and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and Mrs. Fred Moore. The grandchildren Ellison High School, Williams joined asked to attend the service of the Church of God from Palatka iiiui
up fee and food would be needed for daughters Pam and Angie of Palatka, afternoon.enjoyed an Easter Egg Hunt in the the Coast Guard in May 1969. Fellowship of Churches :3 p.m. Even Bethelehem United Methodist Iron
the overnight stay May 22-23. Lateron were Easter Sunday dinner guests of ing Worship at 5 p.m. High Springs. Please -come out und
August 13. 14. and 13, they will be Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and Mrs. Daisy join us.
ministering In Music for the Grand Boch.
Opening Campers for Christ Park Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mixon and sons
some thirty miles north of Montgomery David and Dustin of Jacksonville and
Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Kindall Mobley, Kindle
The family also ministered with the and Christina of Baldwin, were 1 i pI !i'
Astronaut Charles Duke, at the Easter Sunday dinner guests of their I I I I
Dolphin Room; Gulf Life Building this parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp.
past Tuesday. Mr. Duke has become a Mrs. Pierce Crews attended the Holy i f t I !
Born Again Christian since his trip to Week Services at the Presbyterian
the moon and travels internationallyto Church in Starke last week..
witness for Christ. Miss Pam Crews and Misses Cindy
Our prayers and special love goes and Pam Taylor, were Easter Sunday A AI SERVICE r
to Rev. Madeira and Emmanuel Bap- guests of Me,and Mrs. Jack Crews. ., _
tist Church as they have now movedto Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith of I
their new church and mission field. Jacksonville were Easter Sunday : I II l
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Mrs. Johnny Jenkins, of Hilliard Brown and family. I PRICE
was a Wednesday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and _
her mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders. They family, of Bryceville, were Easter p r rII
picked strawberries for her freezer Sunday dinner guests of their parents I II
while she was here, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.

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1.111.:11'1: Ip'f 'I't'i., i on shoplifting charge by
.. .,i. '>? ""11.Mawley! ( "and Bradford February to comply with a court
IIIuJ .- c- :Crossing) 'US-Sor!*" >"1"*' K lured recap Deputy Sheriff Don DCnton. i
the inmate, according to Dug order, escaped from a work detail
ier. ,"" Clark ;Realty Fjrcr st<<1""' 'nm;Jfly sesday. April
A .deer; waLkWed'wheThr1: ; :; !:; 11''r "''- : .
Woman ArrestedOn Y.he :: front of anttapobue &ippand: shepar.of l fiis.neiglifeorjit : I' Burns, 1.,1.n cJ.i8SUjlii'tiargetj; ', .
was driving around a railroad an- Q'dfiyen'by: a I ti' ,!' saw it man acting Itself Out ; .,.1; Jteaftt' Ptfau'Jr.f Scaped from
cross arm Jacksonville, ) flv spicious: and .
was struck by a train that man tnilesispilth of"
TheftCharge was backing on Washington Street/ Starke.pn US-301 ; rll wearing I blue; prison pantiarid a white. A carpet and set of blueprinti.were' : ,.." a VwKj( maintenance, crew near
A Stark woman has beotf Arrested ". ( in Starke at up' 12:25 ,13 ;" '', "". | : T-shirtnear? their homes'walking damaged during a buar'aj .at'"KM Peri-Wan twthqreatteJiom; !\ : of Mr.
for taking merchandise from a mobile, .I" i April 25..'. : a.m. Wednesday, Michael': Curt rf, CP1irett.F f east, along.,CR.12S botlt'ttvdimilewest ( :: tempted arson at Phillip Clalrk-Real-f ait .arnKMrs:: .arker and asked

home at Durrance Mobile Home Parkat '. i waiter Jerome Frick, 55, of Starke, Jacksonville" wad hot"! injured but; of VS- Ol, according id Sap .' ty US-301 South and EdwardS Road in .' <" thMtfrw h ride iritd. Perry, according,.

CR-16 and CR-225 at 11:20 p.m. was taken to Bradford County damage to his 1979 Mazda sedan was Reports show Sapp and his son, Starke, Friday night-Saturday.rnorWT-":,\?",'ID,2 Mrtm8I1t.' ''o/;.. CtfrrectiotjBoh -
Saturday, April 20. Hospital in Starke where he was estimated at 1200. Joey, drove past theman fw a closer lng, April. 17-18, according to t thai I 'spokerncn \" t Bradford i,I"
J. Loftin look. When they turned around to Starke Police Department ." ,,31 4'i) .L irford' ilnited t.'tb"p.rkers; ,
Penny 20, of Starke, was treated in the emergency room and The car was southbound on us-3 i'
charged with the burglary-grand was released after treatment. when the,deer ran in front of the car drive past him again, 'the man laid Adding machine paper and 4%et:*( it iThtve' rtO ::: !'w ej'rf the"in-
theft involving merchandise pilfered Damage to the 1971 Chevrolet sedan from the east and was struck and killed down in a roadside ditch to hide The blue prints were set on Ire but the"fJrd II ate tr/reafened: / J Mrs. Parked with. 'an.

from the Janet Brown mobile home at he was driving, was estimated at by the. car. according: to the pair then drove to the home of Sapp'snephew burned out by itself. "."' '1 I' ;.s lee- k-jmd''.)!scap'd with their*

the trailer park, according 10"' the $1,500. Florida Highway Patrol. where the younger Sapp call-. Plice, were called. byj employee autornpbl.le.
Bradford ed FSP. Kay Waters when she opened the re&l A V / Pace was serving flvey'eaherm.for .
County Sheriff's Depart- Engineer C.O. McKinney of Lake Trooper D.C. Roberts investigatedthe .
ment. Geneva, was not injured but damageto mishap and did-qot issue 'a cita- The Sapp's then drove, back to estate office at 9:05: am.!Saturday, escape from ,Sarasota County $t-",
Most of the property taken, which the train was estimated at $150. tion. where they had seen the inmate and April 18 and discovered the front doorwas ),;."" 'thetime o'rhis escape{ and was in th\.

included a television set and two,1small The car was traveling west on ''I i Sapp, holding .38 caliber' pistol left open according td SPD.'!' .'" : final l year of h.\s"\ ; sentence, according!

jewelry boxes with a total value Washington Street and the train made Bobbins lie down on the road Patrolman Eston G. Mosher, sent to \Jo Bradford. .. -*
of$800. according to BCSO. backing south on the railroad tracks. Resident RecaptureS" shoulder until officials from FSP.who investigate, was shown an office used "He'wdii! transferred 1} I CCCI last.
Loftin was released from the bradford The driver disregarded the were searching the nearby wooded by Scott Whitehead and Wilbur; February as part of a court order to,
crossarm FSP .
County Jail in Starke after being and blinking lights and drove aroundthe Escapee. area,- arrived within five minutes.to Waters where someone had tried to 'decrease jthe inmate population from:
arraigned before Bradford County crossarm into the path of the A Florida'State' Prison inniate, ; take Robbins into custody. set a fire. The back door had been '.,' 1,122 inmates to 900 in a court case in.Bradford >

Judge Elzie S. Sanders on a $2,000 train, according to the Starke Police escaped and was recaptured five Robbins was sentenced last October kicked open and the adding machine County. II' "
recognizance bond. Department. hours later Thursday,..April ,16. by 28 in Duval County to seven years in was on the floor, according to.SPD. :" :: BunasJunk '. r

Patrolman Richard A. Bennett J.D. Sapp and his. son, Joey,, near. prison for possession of a controlled .
Train Former
Hits FSP
substance Inmate
Going cited Frick on the violation of right-of- Lawtey. possession of a firearm Batteries

Around RR Cross ArmsA way charge. Jerry Bobbins, 24, was discovered by a convicted felon.Shoplifting Escapes at Cross' City '$3 OO'each : "
about 3 and ;
missing p.m. was -
recaptured 1
Starke A former Florida ,
man was charged with ChargedTo State Prison inmate -, I
the J.D.
near house
violation Sapp on- Rational Batter* Co.473252T ,c r
of who
after transferred
right-of-way the car CR-125 two miles west of Lawtey at Waldo WomanA was to Cross .
7:45: p.m. according to Assistant Waldo Woman was arrested by City Correctional Institution last, .. ... -"j :
Complete Foreign Car Service Superintendent Dugger[ reported Richard Robbins Ougger.left .his. the Bradford County Sheriff's Department ;.6Ir ""' .JIfJI'.J1II'.I"-.I".I"-'JIIII'.JtII1'. :

job at the farm maintenance for shoplifting a pair of
from the Suwannee
located about one mile north of Union Swifty ::1

TUNE UP Town Correctional of Raiford.Institution near the Starke convenience on US-301 store at, one 2:15: mile p.m..south Friday of, Saturday & Sunday. April 25 & 26 from:' 9 a.m. 5 p.m. .' .

8 Cyl 30.95 Department of Corrections person- April 17.Juanita. Country Estate: Spacious home on'33.fenced and cross-* :

6 Cyl 28.95 nel used and bloodhounds Medical Center from near the Reception LakeS Juanita Cloud May 25,Wagoner of Waldo,, was A/K/A ar- fenced acres. 2800 sq. ft.; 3 BR, 2% bath, den living room j'.: r

... 4.tr1'1 fireplace. Many amenities. Three outbuildings 350 950 &
'w 4 Cyl 26.95 .. : ;

CETA Huntley 2400 sq. ft. On. fourth mU..fronta'ge on US 301. ;

Multi-Mile Road Hazard 9 RORIMD Positions Available I Redfearn's DIRECTIONS: Go south from Starke to Century 21 sign on' :
4 Poiy White Wall FREE
Ply the left before .
REM1Y Training and Medics Environment lust railroad tracks and saw mill.
FET "'A ""ttt'
A73X13 28.88 1.63 Front EndAlignment Phone 964-7700 with permanent tjVICES r:I".I"irjtfi ..I'.JIIr .JJII1'.JI//I".1''' ""'" ..rJIIf' '"""' ..1': \ ,
393 ,N. Temple Avenue employment offered !. :
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E78X14 32.88 2.12 -
to successful participants. I '-- -- r! '

678X14G78X1S 36.88 2.38 With Purchase of BEDFORD LAKE LIVING Minimum Church of ,!
to start. Christ
wages ::1
38.88 2.46 Ideal for family with need' Repairs Of Major I ,

H78X15 39.88 2.66 4 Tires lor parent to live near. 2 No experience: required. Electric Appliances At Keystone I!:
bedroom. I bold, screen An equal opportunity j I. Heights i.*;
Serving Bradford & I
178X15 42.88 2.9&srARKE __ parch and other features. employer. Contact Union Counties Clay 964-5417 I'1'I -

Aha .eparete entrance. 1 County CETA Office. Lowren w ffldKt-:- I I t Evangelist Robert Bell 473-3516 p.$ "-'
FIRESTONE bedroom bath
apart- i
ment. .. ______ _______ ____ ____- j I I I 475-2813 a'lo

9q4 8.38: us 30t N. SUrke, nm.r'gijL lie.e.3SQuality U 7/10 I Eo.ocr... facing St. Road Hick Cost of Ruts Got T.. DOWN I Sunday services11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. j!:>'**'

3 bedroom bath corner lot have Lake the Butler Apartments, Lake Butler, Florida, may I Bible Study 10 a.m. ,;};;,

,In city. answer you have been looking: for.... f Thursday Bible Study 7:00 |I..i.
Now p.m.
10.cr.., taking: applications for ;
100.00 per acre, 1 BE, 2 BR, 3 BR A 4 I
with 20% down owner BR July occupancy. Lake Butler Apartments offers Temporarily meeting on Swan Lake between Hillcrest & Meirose on C219 j;"'

will hold/ mortgags. central heat and air wall-to-wall carpeting, kitchen Where God Is worshipped In spirit cV truth. John *|:74 ,IdMt
I.... 1
appliances and
v.nln.g Fleas. call are well-designed on-site and laundry facilities. The units e e e e e e e e MM -- ,.""

Vernle Odom, Broker I For those spacious. .1.
who qualify,
there U
GDI Phone 44-J47e.. a federally! funded
_-Lt.f .1 I'-k_) -- Lynn Dovls' Salesman income.subsidy program available, whereby rent Is based on ftCT Every Friday' - :
j Pie... write for more Information 7:30p.m: : ,
1 .___ .. and application: 473-7028 ',
Mar Apartments, State
r& Road 3, St. TREE SERVICE -
I- b .-. ._-I- -_ :J. Augustine.Equal Housing Florida Opportunity 32084. Fin. furniture. porcelain houiehold Item, jewelry' sew ;v. .

:._ si jI W CIE 1( __ _ __ ing machines, antiques, collectibles, .'c. Removal -,
-.# zI .. ._ FLEA MARKET Thurs.-Sun.: ,
portable Buildings ii a.m. .6
A -2 WE'DE Trimming f ,
LIKE r (Inside) 473.7181
p-- ',.
t 'It I
.I I SUZUKI OF STARKEi Have your garage ale with u. or open your own buine

p-. : ; 9645231COUNTRY .,.. ]- nrr II .4 .'i' ... "' .'' ,.. c for Croft just $4.00 a day., first week FREE on monthly! / rental.! .'"I Free,, _Eitjrns!/ ,,, 'd eN

.: :SHwy: 3015.984-60 people S artist welcome. No criarge tq charities. I ,41.aa2 1 ... t.., .n
QUIET t. : : z while .pocekQvailabhx '''''=''< 'd'1 ,-1v.....i_ ... > ,
"" ,
Rent wilt, an option t'o buy 4' 6Xltf) thru 12X50 GAME ROOM OPENING SOON" AU', 5'.i."fn, 's"" "....tr, 'W d

this 3 bedroom 2 ,bath IF Downtown Keystone Height ort Consignments: Keystone Heights "

home an '.07 acres In the Highway 21, one blocks.of Hwy 100 Accepted --- -' .!
country ALove ground :
pool 'Included. -- -
>Ralph Bryan Real Estate -IO,.'

r f T.*** (yw.iwf fc..W Is this 3 .bedroem, 2 bath RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATEm Area yq'
Keystone Ads
corner homo lot.located 37000.on a nice 31OW. Call St. LCI

(Cor. US 30 & Call St.) it
964-8788 ANYTIME

This 3 bedroom, bath \ 'ON AY-FR'DAY9.5 p.m. SATURDAY 9.12 PERSONAL FOR SALE HOMES FOR 'f ,i.

home I I. within' ? Evening and Sundays by SERVICES SALEhB.iAUTIFUl' I I ild.n3
walking appointment LAKE LOT on sand bottomed :.n .
distance.. ta school \". Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR ICARPENTtR WORK) lake .In, Hllle,.,'. $800 ,rHIUD
31500. : jjjT,.: Remodeling work kitchen down.SI44.44pseM'io.th'Phone \ .<',1 TWO. AC1E'; "n blv
and rid'm'e In
.OU RENT .< Modern brick. home. 3BM 3B. lam. rm., cabinets' and. trim, 473-4033; or property. -
NEW LISTING flreplaca. $350.00 mo. carpenter. Reasonable .473-4367, after 6 p.m. D *rwood Hllts( I' \\.I \
|JO j *- ,a '* I Call Ed LAKE! LOTS AND ACREAGE-'. north of K11e14

Feed. & Farm Store 4> bedroom 2 bath ..ovntryohomo r. tOONTHY: CLUB 4 Like' new.3 BM 2 Beth tom Room with 473-2477.price Unchg Dernpsey 4/2 ''at. Keystone HeigKt', owner1financed ?.mobile.. CH.hompcarpet AT-aeepl'iiief:; t' J .. _
on I acre). 2,500. aSEEING'S Breplaca, [ALCOHOLIC 1.0 In"1' ,
cent heat/air. w/w carpet clo.... gerage ANONYMOUS! -) percent with
) t Closed S t....,.. lots on clear' ; s6nd !JR.I/Jiov./ wallJll'O :
equity auume $50,000 meetings Monday ,
f)7,000 mortgage at 13%. total : >
$28.Of 0''P.wrters I
BELIEVING?}! price] M7.000.JUST p.m. Open meetings Friday .' bottomed lake, priced to DOi
10 !I fijiqnce"'yvilh
% !' '
/ roosqrjbJ,., .
Discount 8 p.m. Alanon Monday' ...11 "frow! ,I'4-900.,One UCf'''. !
'- '
This gem of a home on OFF BAYLCSS! HIWAY-4 BedVaem-2 bath. brick 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 I lfveac/esgverlqoking| Jake .0(0CC. ,"'or o"'tny'! cash.,'poycyens' ,9ljf-p77JrV6ri I! ; D'cwj4" '
Santa F. Lale."her '4ledrooms home with family'' room 1 large icreenerf patio contra! p.m. All meetings in ( ... .'available) with Njghl.on ( Suncjay.s,

on all Fencing in stock end 2. tths. haa/alr' calling' fans In 3 bedroom B lam. room plus Educational Church Building. Community .'' nice ptiown,!JrjEejsrflronrjji3j500, iSO.a/nonth.; "'9fl.29489.| 1'1'.1'9'' 3"AA.,.. ',boiO

IIB.SOO.. bark A 2 .c,.. good land $ 5.000. (Existing lot mortgage PRESSURE CLEANING tfnchg 4 2j' "me'cl !ronloS.r FOR tAIe, ON, 81hLA, liqiO
of $21.000 @S''i / %)., PAIN. flrnent. > GENEVA: Two tory". brUK, < lOll
TING end '
OUR INVENTORY LOW wallpapering.Phone Q"PQ'JjUnttl', .' '
473-'l 77. ,rfnchg 4-2., !SR.2iN. ,Qwner.iialesman{ wy.'i.;! ,?K'<',.TteA:>
Alligator WENEEOLISTINCSIII'erry ASSUMMABlf MORTGAGE TO QUALIFIED BUYER on JPLUMBING REPAIRS-. ..larry 473-4375.. tfnchg 4 2. fireplace large carpor.t I TI\o1\
CreekI jhU nearly n.w masonry home 4 bedroom 2'/. bath league : Plumbing. AKC POBERMANS-rTop and; Workshop "l00x600, ?IU
A. GaIn' .. 7B2-JSB lot took and
I fireplace cent h.t/.lr I.OOO. 475-1313. tfnchg' 3/21 quality only. You. are Invited citrus trees. ,:,
Top Feed----- I Cay C. Waters .. $?4 POO. Owner. 4732054. ..
-144'''41 '. 'f. CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 'to vls't'; ur''ennels. .? ,.'1
U.S. 301 South Keen Stanley-471-303: I 'WALK TO TOWN/banb/poft oHIce/chureh' 2 bedroom WORK-build. patios addition .47S-1328.1 ,' 'f..r >>t 16 .4

964-6973 Patsy lowlOn-'U'27' I bath block' home, central heet/alr.ep. dining' room S !. remodeling home. 'WACHiWEISIER; DOBERMAN tiWANTEDCASIf J.oJl
>e >e- > >e>i sERB -<>e lorner cf U.S301 South lam. room $2.100 (Existing 1t mortgage of $21,000 and tile work Alto pain.' IRISH SETTER AKC PUPPIES.. -- "" ,.j
Ia"d Edward Read. @"I. .I. tl"a. F.ee. at.11.".'...'...- Borr>;? an. 12. Molqs. ,p75; FOR GOLD. ..IOrilng.o! p
J,. Phone' 473-4'-3 during .females, $30. Mother" on iewelry' .'diamonds coin. .";-'

a] ACRES just aut of city limit*. Zoned far home.. .01. day. After 5 p.m. phone prerriii...''Call'' 473-1788 WH| visit 'your home : .
RobertsReal mobile home..'7000. 782-3906 tlnchg 4 2 ofterlVI p.m. or 377-5934 anyvvhere. 376.5235. Mr. f|

FAULKNER ..#!. "S arV'KWMINT (UNWANTED HAIRItIMOVEDp.rman.'ly dui'tng day. Stpd 4'2.30. RirlTpan. tfnchg 4 2 c: tt

Estate CONDITION Inside and out en almost I acre 'I.. by a WF.DDINQ DRESS .*,e. 1., INTERESTED. .IM 20 to 24 fool ___
REALTY tawn-3 BR 2 full baths.lIok home-IR. Fam. Rm. Cent. registered electrologisl, whillejwith' maplilla,' train,;' Flolu< Bate wi'ry motor. In I
-.J. Heat/air' AI.......' new-stove .Ref., I dishwasher and It'. inexpensive. Call P.r*;;I .condition.. S125. 'I1....-'" .w coridlrion. Phone

988 N. S4S.OOO. .;*-".'-::';.. ii for free demonstration PhorU 413.712110. ', .. ,;". 90l,475230l.. 2tchg! I..:'.........
964-5065 Temple without 473-Qt0. -
m 964-7828 obligation. Amy'sElectrolysis. Iipd423 ; Y>
.. 490 Lawrence LOt P05 CARS ftTRUCKS
SALEblhady..wodod ,
MODERN BRICK HOMI Just Inside City an I acre,. 3 BR, :,10
,. ; ,.Blvd. Keystone. 473-7033. .|30'x204 Access I
GEORGE ROBERTS-Broker 2.Bath_, Fam..Rm. Fire" "Ioc.'C.n... Meet/air closed 'to 'Crystal' >lake ,:.CfyslalLoke I 'v}.::
221 Lafayette $t. Acres from Wishbone ASSOCIATES garage' B pecan trees-'Can pay equity and assume 1'/.% FOR RENT .'Homeites. CypressAve.
Office$ : MI,. ef appro S2V.SOO; Total cott$ ',tOO. .I74UlCK RCGAl.. '1.600
Far Rent f:4 73-3607 I
p.c. .
Weekends and Ev.&ngsCaIl .t' : .,_,chg 4.f.J1OPPORTUNITIES ; oiMyill trade lor1' etjua
)* : .
Richard Robert. -'U.5595 Ann Godwin 'U-l59 Neat 2 BR F .T Coir: let Sc,.>,....... front 'OFFICE.-C. SPACE: 1 Keystone' value in a pick-up' truck.
FIN I WOOD SUBDIVISION :3BR 1$ Asiumable Mo rtgage. Silco 4-eS7t : parch ni.c. Approximately 420 964 .
Palsy Norman Heddln'g' *44-S1oe ; ciosdinback, Sh.$22.S00.. '* ,. $974. 2tchg'4 I 16-23 -
John *. Smith 744.A2I7 Linda W. John '440'7 i i i square feet $160 permonIb 19(0 MAZDA .SEDAN.-: 7SO( )5LJ
'Cd//I WE AMj'iOOKING 0,100.' |
.J. Keystone 'hillef..S4.95(). Also. ,,..
1-3 ACRES IJ% DOWN. Improved pasture. Owner HOMES STARKI .GltAHAM .0. 2 SIt-f.m. 0" 2 wit" pecan. p.av, ,Heights Realty, Realtor. people 'withi monog.m."I.t.achM9..Qf TriuruJerbird ',, 19SI 'u
FIarc.d. .3BR, IB. frm. garage. fO'ulOO' lot-Collins PI. flg:'& citru troo.fl0m 'f.Olh.j, ho",. or.rnaWl.. ..., 473-4961. Ilnchg4 JMOBIII ; saf! smanshlpbackg'rqund S6,9$0. Phone,like 4732944MiCELLAHEOUS new, .v.t
I .Frame home,on 2 lots with waroltov..r.Wolnu' si..2a. herii....ir".nli ., :..b4c. .dto S2S.OOCI. HOME! lOt for or o..n.dI.,\ 1 I.t
TWO 3EOROOM Stwcce-Only $ P.005.. .. IB. $I.ch.P.rc.d,. elS Plnwoo DrUE1: 13BR. Ml 2':1..}"',<{n.'TtIt.'II'\..... v.... It'l ; 'i.d couple..!Beautiful small Jt .in.... Must havea '

VB. Black nice 1320 Saorlna.St.-'. <5. 1 13BR S 2>('\..e
HWY 230A Nice 3BR. 1$. S2B.SOO... 21..2100 .". lt.LA.opr.. V.A.. w/W apls.-IOOVV. Geneva $35 month. Phone to handle 0 large l Income. BINC .jCOOO .Frame home. goad location. 2BR.IB-Park Place. .SR230E .LSV. acre*'.rf ". strand ef';a".to"'. timber 473.2879. tfnchg' 4 16 Call 37a-5361-.4tchg4.9-3Q' LEGION IAttSR.21: :: !sdi.! -..
.u", ... I MOBIII. HOMI in Lok. ,7'p.iii., 'Sunda' V. .& ..
oe_' lot uf,4lvlslon 122,'00. / l7.5'-p.m
COMMERCIAL LOCATIONS FOR SALE OR LEASE OUT.O'.TOWNHOMES *-*. ... *...'. > I Geneva Park. $,40 and --l ST IFOUNd, Public" )nvited.

OMIWY3O1. .3BR IS. frm. 21 acres, J-cor, garage-M.L. Starling.,' i pr ..'2.... t. US 301 .. 'jftillread.fs i I Phone 473-879... I'nchl'.16" up. ,. .. ., ..."- f....:.:-_-.- 'In tfnchg,4. 23 *.
\ .4BR IB. frame. large let,' lake Butler:; ao to Wooded. ', r: ,/'. : LOST;:."W..ANOL.O...tokr8rookyn. iof -

lUll DING LOTS IM TOWN. ,,v< .38., JB.,Stucco. Fireplace > 301 South.. : ..... $3QQ0j.rA.wft3.vm.! Jc., ISR MOBIII HOMI. Furnfshed. f', ", (."..0"'i' \ MiRYW In'
0 ? '.: \.} 2tchq 4 16-23 J; =-
lerge mobile CH A.
Iot.2: hom.-Somp.on Lake) Rd on lake '
IAIFORD '/. ,. lot .. ... 1 : .20AcN._:> wooded pine I $22.050'snd" $24.000 .,1 '"
er with S'poC'ci. trees smallbuilding. Baoutlful. 4 BR.2B. brick ap.. IOA-W. ef L......'. with" Geneva. $150( mon,(hi pros'. ; ''' 'COSMETICS t '
S .OOO. .Frame; S BR IB. 15outbIdg..op. 4Vi A.-Ur.. Rd?: .. ,.., 1.'m. "; 3\\ A4 't utilities and deposit. HELP: .r: : (t

.3 BR, IB. ',am.. 100x7 lot. w/garagetis MampforTPool 'm 473.4149 after, S.p.m. ..orweekends ; ANt'iU.W' : mi 1'. 000
t1-A .; e$3.ft)0. .")1IIt
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Apt. t Houses for rentKlngaley 1. FP, 3BR. 2B. Brick-Country Club area: > l"' ; itchg 4 33';: .' ''y-- ,' 'ng 4733
: lajke Rental* \--ml. l-tj' :\ COOKS'>W it DID i tor'ehurfh i
or i iFreperty large, appro. SA., 35 21 -, S... tOOI ;; Wi ;, ,KevtOne Heights
comp Keystone Height,.
Menegement Services; ACREAGE. :.J. ).. 3jk)_ tI *' ..... 4"!': f 1)i'idt, Ml 1 area. J*>o tmonth*, during\ ,,'., 'l' 1/ t.
Appraisals .7 acre*. 2 treiler h ok.up. Crosby. take. Shares. *. CAll US AT 4. 7il.,-ANTTMl'-qDAY.) OR NIGHT!I' '-- """" "" summfrj Send inquiries/to!;,j b.::
Susan M. .Lake. lot Sampson lake. .. 'i "HL" -4'* ; ljt Have your P.O. r Looi l '
.ul.-.ALTO.64.506J i I \ \ rl..u, ; ,. ATIRHOUR i'! : Bog 270848. TomPci-FL. lhg for good -;
Irene I. ".ulkn.*. REALTOR.ASSOCMTI-4M-4I42 Appranlmetely S acres In Lawtey Ae... ." sale'at Keystone 33688,2chq:: 4 6.n' :
Lwllle !.6 acres-Off SR213.. limon c. Psorien V.: No.lsWord, ii; .h,' .,. a i.. .. Usedjjfjurrnture.) '
e4-420 -A u c t I 0"J ,
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S. W. Reddlsn.$ SALESMAN-43M203 acre Mobil. Home let Woodland. Ac,..., <(| Srok.r/S.l..mct House' In ;' : ,3.
J...... ,.j- 4 bffIi.Min. .;. <** ;-< April & : ''t[ or i tirfj'1'
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MILLS STUDIOS LIMEROCKl :20 yd. semI 'model under warranty.
load. only. ALLEN E. Pay remaining balance due NEW AND USED WATER
taking applications. Six J
FOR SALE conscientious, well-spoken TAYLOR., Lawtey Phone $188.00 cash or assume CONDITIONERS Sale and Almost new 2 bedroom !
HELP WANTED dream home on 2'/i acres, ilICJD'r
7823172. \
rn 1 4/23 tfch.TRUCK' payment $19.11 per
-- people for telephone' con Service. Call for 'free water
..Also,' Month While Sewing and .and Information' productive I lac. garden: i "" "' (
analysis !!
OF'III AND SCHOOL SUP. m..eng.rwith .
RESIDENT ,MANAGER! for Topp RS.!til*,. IN. ''Appliance Canter Archer '964.5673.3/12 tfn. new grape arbor: big .
HUES, GIFTS See Union motor bike or' small full
; I brand new. 30-unlt apart STALLED Has vision (Square,' Gainesville, REPAIRScarp.nt.r workshop and utility j
car light delivery ,
Tim. Mon.
bunly op.n ment complex. Experiencenot door and)opening side win 'phon.3764166231tchg work small building. A real pleasure
in ,
Mr. Raskin
day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. person to dows. One. .
required-neat mature. year HBO MICROWAVE OVEN: Call to see $31.900. Call David ....
at Best Western Motor Inn building. etc.
to5 'p.m. Wednesday Bargains' A..
responsible odult. Please
never used Touchmatic. Bruce Mills, Realtor
beginning April 27'after 9o.m 964.8813.3/12 Btpd 4/30. PHONE 964-7776
ok d. Thursday and Fri. 473-4521. 12/11.
send resume to: Coo All t'nchg Has meat probe defrost' Associate. Evenings, CECILIA
day 8:30 a.m. till noon. Se., Mar (Please no phone. NURSERY STOCK Shade and
I Apartment, State calls to mot.I). 4/23 2tchg cycle etc left In layaway. FOR RENT 4733586. JANET M. STARL TERWILLiGAR 205 N. Temple Starke
our 1/2 price table 01 Road trees .
3. St, Augustine, FL flowering ; Assume payments $20.69: ( ING. REALTOR. 7823931. .
selected gift Items. 32O04. hedge plants;
2tchg 4/16 4/23. evergreens; per month. Full factory I9B1 MOBILE HOMES
3Jf7: EARN $4..17 HOUR We need position W.d. S Thur.only. azaleas, 18" -' 24" gal. warranty. Whit. Sewing MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
17< FORD COURIER: 'low assistance In evaluatingand LPN needed 3-11$ or 11.7 cans $.SO each; camellia and Appliance Center Archer HOME PARK mobile homes payments starting at

ijnileage, extra clean responding to dally with differentlrl pay. Part In bud and bloom;, palms; Square, Gainesville, and spaces for rent. Phone 137.00 par month. John
call 496.3625 of t.r work reports submitted by time or full time employ fruit trees-peach. nectarine phone 376-66.4/23 tchn: 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING Brown Mobil. Home
2/19. ment. Green Cove) Springs Center 473-3775. 4/9
t.500.TFN our field agents' persimmon pear and sleepIng -
1 :" 13 throughout the state. No Geriatrics Center. Phone plum apple fig: blueberry WANTEDGOOD room. TV and Air SAVEIt Buy direct from 'lac

fbot: 9.8 h.p. Mercury, experience$ necessary: 1-284-9606 for mar. Information. plants; citrus; hanging Undtrwood Motel 3 miles tory. Prices start at 12'

trailer go. can battery Paid training program: 4/16 2tchg 4/23.: baskets. and potted house PAID 'for used North of Stark. on Hwy wid. $6,995: 14' wide
trolling -motor, all in n.w.rrdltion. Work full or part-time at COOKS NEEDED for church plants. Get th... mow. PRICES If' 30h 10/9 tnchg $7.999. double wldes
Make offer home. For Information camp In Keystone Heights O.C. CARNES NURSERY 23 mobile home mortgageIt OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES: Two and $12,995. Come by and see
rhone 496.3625 after tll.ni. send .self-addressed Oreo. Two month during mi. SE of Starke on Hwy 3/4 paid or more. three bedrooms; clean. large selection of mobile

TFN 2/19. stamped envelope 9 1/2 ln> summer. S.nd Inquiries to 100 at Florahome. Phone MOBILE HOME SALES Highway 16 and 225. New homes. Community Mobile ,:
173 KINCWOOO TRAILER: ch.* long to AWG. P.O. "'.0. Box 270648, Tampa Fl 659-2163. Closed on Mon. 9645606. Open 7 days owners formerly White Home Sales. US-301) North BRADFORD VILLAS Starke Fla. A desirable, different.

<2X60 2 bedroom., 1 both. BOM '49204 Atlanta, Ga. 33688. 2tchg 4/16-23: day. 2/12 tfnchg. WANTED weekly. TFcng Mobile home Call 468-1323. 3/12 tfn. Stork., 96 .8741. 4/9 lifestyle. Prices start at $>>,4001
dood condition, 6000., 30359. tpd 4/23. NEW CARPET NEW I USED : Will axle MOBILE HOME 2 BR. 2 BA: *
Available Jun. 15. Call $110 PER WEEK) Part-time at CARS & Furniture A Appliances. and tires.MOBILE pick HOME up.OLiN'S / on Santa Fe Lake Canal 3 BEDROOM CEMENT block Don't Wall Te Buy Reef fstate

.4962185. 4tchg 49430. home. Webster America' TRUCKSURPLUS Plumb. fixtures and pipes. 9645606. 7 between Keystone HeightsandMelroieonSR21.$180 home in Starke. Central Buy Heal state and Wall
16fT. MITCHELL: with 70 HP foremost dictionary company BARGAIN CENTER.' US 301 SALES. Open gas heat fireplace, air, SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS

*.rcurv engine and magic needs home workers JEEP Value $3196. South 9646679. 2/5 WANTED days a week Used TFchg tools, both per month references anddeposit laundry workshop attached large brick flame with" app,.*. 2000 ''f. It. of CH4A

tilt trailer good condition. to update local mailing Sold for ,$44. Call TFNchg mechanics and carpenters.Phone required. Call garage. 30's 964-8483. 1220 carport xfj """"" e7 stoop 2 full Baths. 4
fishing or eking boat. lists. All ages, ."p.rl.nc.unn.c.nary. 312/742-1143. Ext. 705 for REGISTERED QUARTER 964.8331 or 473.3695 or 4734519.) 3/26 NEW HOMES-LAKEFRONTi aeaVeemi krtchen/fam/fy/ room with f/repface. carpetedLR

$,000. Call 964-5409 Mon./ Call information on how to HORSES: Race horses, .68.1551.9111 tnchg 2BR MOBILE HOME adults overt acre lots on Off. parse' driveway. fenced .'$41.000. with" assiirsmobe .
dby thru Saturday 8 a.m. to 1-716-845-5670 Ext. 1590. purchase bargains like brood mare with fold by WANTED Mobile Home Axle only. No pet (inside). Call beautiful Sampson lake mortgage..
51{ p.m. Except Wed. or thisl! 4/9 4tpd 4/30. side, riding horse. All well 9647619. Itchg 4/16. 49 mins. to Jacksonville
the best
after Paying price * * *
496-3236 oft.r 7 TFN bred. Phone 468-1576 $ BR. 2 BA. FURN. mobile
p.m. 1979 HONDA TWIN-STARi See model home .
for condition axles our to situated beautifully
4'16. WANTED 7:00: p.m. ./9 tin. good home. No $160 lovely, large, antique irfck fiome en a
EXTRAS-wlndshield auto. 9648331. 9/11,tnchg: pets. day. VA-no money down. fit. Ilia'. A ,
19ft REGALt FARM LAND 10 ACRES. landscaped ocr. Coner/y quiet securelifestyle
BUICK loaded. month plus' $50 deposit.
start luggage rock low WANT TO BUY: used Call today. 9645533. 4/23
.. all convcniences-a beautiful home with
fenced yet i er
will trod.for MOBILE 15 acres
$1,600 pickup HOMES 7823680.23
or WANTED appro tchg.
: mileage. Call 964-5223 or964.7147.4162'chg423. typewriter and, adding BUY THE MODEL home and
:truck of equal valu. Will pay cash for your used with good pasture and machines. Must be In NICELY FURNISHED TRPLEXt rebateat everything I
receive $1500.00
Phone 9646974. 2tchg'/1f mobile home. Ray Powell .973 FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE timber small portion of condition. utilities furnished. Prefer a * * *
4/23. 496-3377. TFN16.. (IMp pickup truck. Good creek running through. working middle-aged persons. No closing if you occupy by Our finest commercial property(across from Holiday Inn).
2/12. .
1980 CHEVY MONZA dark cond. Must see to appreciate. 10% down. with' 10% in FURNITURE 964-3764. tfn WANTED I need children no pet. Inquire: July. 1981 .3 BR 2 Both. 300' an 301 "with 1.61 acre U.. y.urimaglnotfenl T.,.....

blue, fully loaded excellent Mark. terest. 964-6328. tfchg' 603 E. Washington Ave. Casa Del Forest Circular * * *
Starling willpay
used furniture
condition. Day .533.2.68.4/16 2tpd 4/23. II CU. FT. HOTPOINT your cash. Phone. 964-S643" 1 I BEDROOM 1 both, dining Drive all energy efficient Forest Heights, R<'. I6W appro 13 acres or 30 lot .

phon. 496-2023 and night DUNE BUGGY: rail-type. '72 deluxe rlgerator- or 964-7189. "4/23 2lpd .room, living room, kitchen '/. acre 'lot Be the 1 si In S4I.JOO.

after 6:30: 4311971. llpd YARD SALE VW engine. Cheap frostfree with Icemaker. large screen porch. Starke's 'finest residential * * *

4/23. 964.7749 after 4 p.m. I tpd Like new. 35000. PERSONAL Unfurnished. but has gas area Call 964-9533 Still IJ3O E. Sear/no.. 1700 so. ft. home 3 BR 1/.8. nice lot.

SELF-PROPEUE LAWN 3-FAMILY GARAGE SALE: In 4/23. '9647537. Itchg 4/23. rang. .$235.00 per mo. time to pick out colors * "* *

MOWER: Excellent con- building behind Tackle 10 YR. OLD PINTO GELDINGi SERVICESCOOL 100.00 security deposit V.A. no money down. 4/23 Cenerly/ states Two" pretty one acre 'lots.
diton also garden plow Box FRI.ftSAT from 10 TURNIPS COLLARDS S. Very gentle.$493 with lad required. Available Im
* * *
with ottachmednts. Both 3 4tpd MUSTARD GREENS) YOU die A bridle.' Call 782-3731) FOR TRAILER mediately.
a.m. to p.m.23 SEAL Telephone LAND 4 B*. 28 Lor,. brick home at the Country Club situated
'em. bunch.
pull SOC a Just and weekends. 964-9569 between 9
reasonable. Phone 5/14. evenings TOPS: material labor a.m.
4962291. Kpd 4/23. YARD SALE) 4 families. Sot. off SR225. Horace DINETTE $40. 2 COUCHES furnished. $?5.00. and 5:30: p.m. After 6 FOR SALE en 1.75 ocr., f.nc.lbadr yerd.
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1980, KAWASAKI 550 CC April 25 from 912. Behind I Knowles. Phone 9646469. LIKE NEW $60 ...t I 431.1821. 4/16 tin. phone 473.803.23
let 42 lake Shores fiat "light pale" end tank
Motorcycle only 4.000 Automotive Parts Centeron BIRD DOG PUPPIES $35 eo. couch-$20 odd chairs ATTENTION PARENTS child MOBIL HOME 12 x 70 3 BR: ONE ACRE well septic Sampson septic
miles, In top shape. $1800. Hwy. 16 east. Large Also mixed. Lob puppies $5-$20, small tables care-school transportation. now taking applications. tank utility house on concrete and a Hoi Hum I trailer 16700. Very test fisfiinat

Call 496-2521 alter 6 p.m. selection of misc. Items. FREE Call 782-3063. Itpd $3-$1 5, bookcase (glass Arts crafts, parties, Available appro May 1. good land in Lawtey * * *
oceee Larry fleming: 1 tpdJEEPS Itchg 4/23. 4/23. front) $20. chest $30, learning activities. Hot $165 per month plus dep. area. Call 533.2559.2 3.1$ nice/ acres on 301 N for 19850. Highly' desirable/

CARS. TRUCKS YARD SALE:Apr. 25 at 70S S. 1910 AQHA STUD COLT bedframe-$15 lunch and afternoon snack Call 964-9734 after 3:30: 4tchg. 4/23. * * *

4ioilable through Government Epperson St. 4/23 Itpd. grandslre "Go Dick, Go". lomps-$4-$13, luggage All ages, reasonable rate*. p.m. 4/23 2tchg 4/30. TWO .ACRE TRACTS: Attract/. California, redwood 1600 .... ft. home with attached

Auctions In your YARD SALE FRI. April 24 damslre-"Arctic Affair". rack-$5 riding mower-S65. 964-7933 after 6:00 p.m. 2 BR MOUNTAIN HOME: cleared $2500.00 per acre. garage, solar (lot water hoafer fireplace and 57

area. Many sell for under and SAT. April 25. Clothes Race or show prospect LWB topper $125. Viscount for In'ormatlon.16 2tpd during SUMMER MONTHS Rudolph Hutcheson. acres of prim property. Owner finance.

StOO. Call 602.941.8014 1 'furniture) 9. 4 on GeigerRd. $900.00. Also have 3yr. X-310 organ $600 BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete? AND EARLY FALL Near 964.7966.419 4tchg 4/30. * * *

efet. 8629 for your directoryt past Southslde, School. old whit. filly experiencedrider. polyethylene toy sharpening service.. circular Mountain Glen Golf 6.S ACRES with timber and Mint condition horn. 2244 .". ft. CH4A close to schools X

<{ purchase. 4tchg 4/23 Itpd 4/23. $700.00 AND FREE chett-$1S. Call 964-8811. hand, carbide, Course Newland N.C. large block garage. Near shopping.' Hart to ....
44i0 5/7 5/14. YARD SALE April 24. 9-2 Australian Shepherd-mix IS' REFRIGERATOR: General chain mower blade hollow Call 9049646440. 4/23 H mpton. Call 4682283.LQSTFOUNO * * *
HIDE-A-BEDt $150. Solid p.m. Across from puppies. All prices Electric good condition. ground .an J-1 bo'lanced.. TRAILER IN LAWTEY 3 BR, Best 'located motif I In town :24 units SI69.00O with

wfod table w/6 chairs Southside elem. School. negotiable. 9645078. 4/16 $125. Call 964-7417. Itehgstep1 Leave at Jackson,!! Building!! 2BA. Call after 6.00 p.m. 1S5.OOO down '. balance, financed at low low. inferoitrates'
baaulHul china cabinet TD20 Eastwood Dr.. rugs 2tchq 4/23. ''I'iT9 "'foI1RAI. 11 t.itIT1formoilil. jl SutpJy Sforkei K
naver' u..d $1.000 Broyhill lf( |.,ns. furniture', baby EIGHT vt!*.'OID "OVW."', home,. Height* or 'lake." ; r Butler.TFehg THE SAND CASTLE APART. 5 ., .* * *

bedroom suite $650' items paperbacks. ,toys GELDING Barrel racer. pickup shell tapper, ) 't J MENTSt Crescent Beach LOST RUST BROWN Imitation Dove/opers/ dream near Hampton 40 acres pltnty of
washer r25. dryer $75 glosses, misc. low prices Palmento Trophy Winner pickup tool box portable LCOHOLlCS"ANQNY... Spacious I A 2 BR units leather billfold with timber reads $60.000 with" $15,000 down owner will

cor console TV $150. 9648731. Itpd 4/23. building deep well pump MOUS, from $115 wkly. Families driver's license, other carry mortgage at 12*.

frowst free refrigerator HELP LIKE NEW) Boat motor & and tank child' playhouse4'x8' Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. welcome! Call Patty at cords $43. Lost by Bad., * * 00

$150 bunk beds $150. WANTEDSUBSTITUTE trailer. 13'/i ft. Stum utility pal., electric TFchg 1.246.728.23 2tchg cock's parking lot Storke. Washington Spring /Restaurant and 2 fats, S 18,500.
bedroom suite$200. Phone pknocker. Hi-lander dryer. and window unit air REMODELING. BUILDING. HOUSE Keystone Hts. lakefront Call Francis Mabrey. 412) PftCFEmO/ PROPERTIES
752 7961 Providence. Itcha PART-TIME Trailer 7'/'HP Mercury conditioner.' Call 468-1876 REPAIRS New kitchent.baths. swim ski fish.. 3 BR. SW 8th Ave. Apt. 126 Lake .
SOF>, LOVESEAT CHAIR: POSITION Bradford' County motor Call 9645688. 4/23 before 9 p.m. llpd 4/23. family rooms. Brick, 2 bath central heat and Butler, 496-3681.) Wont *'.5 acre really soclwded-nlce trees $9.000.
$175, slde.by.siderefigorater block concrete. Fireplace air, all *40 acres Lowtey area $42.000-Owner finance.
Library. Beginning June 2tcha 4/30. STEREOPHONIC ORGAN: appliances, carpet billfold and important
double *New modern, CB store 101 lawtey 52000. Owner fin
$250 Griff! Con
SIAMESE specialists. drapes. $350 mth. bock. Hod "/23.
l-Aug. 31. Bookmobile KITTENS 3 Blue with "rhythm records'!; per papers 1
bed $60 twin bed $'0. struction. Phone 473-2108 Available for 'lease June 1. I* Beautiful Bessent Rd. lot-ln'd50'.
'choufferslicense point $25 condition Perfect.for
qu en bed $100. king bed operator $3.28 females.' 964-5606.ea. 1 mole 2 .great adults and youngsterstoo. or 473-2578. TFchg Phone 1.744.2275 after 5 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES *5 acres appro 9 mile. west of Starke-St. Rd. 100.
$1<: coffee w/2 end necessary. Itchg SEWING S01-CB store-SI SM.500.own.I
\\0. and weekends Lawtey
per hour. 30 h,.. per week. VW TRAILER HITCH $10.00. Comes with Instruction tfchg I
tab!es.$55. French Provln- Phone REPAIRED: All make 4/23. *tot on E. Call St. Call for details.
Apply In person in Storke hospital bed $73.00. MicroFiche book. $250.00 -
clot bedroom suite $350. at Public library 'from April Viewer $85.00. Electrie 964-3471. tfn 4/23. cleaned oiled and ad .... I'sBA.. 2-STORY WE ARC SEEKING A MATURE 7 1-acre lots, Brownlee Rd. S4.000/A. 20.. down/12
nevjer used Simmons double 23-Aprll30. Itchg 4/23. cash register $150. SINGER FUTURA one a'Slng.r' justed. $15. Watlf. HOUSE: central air A heat. Individual or couple who pOEO4 W. AdUns-House & 50' x 100' lot $12,500.

bed $125. never used GIRl FRIDAYi answer Mobile home central air finest models.Does guaranteed. James $325.00 mth. 933-2483. wants to run their own Plnewood Drlve-CB home with carport.
Sim on. king bed $300. Strickland corner MorganRd. *404 N. large nicely' furn. .. Owner fin.
phone office work run errands conditioner $200. It all without at.tachm.nt. business. We will set you Cfierry-2 apt
Ph< nejJ53-796l Pro. and. Hwy 16. TFchg : ::. FOR SALE I II Eastwood 3 BR 2 B .
etc.Must have valid typewriter $20.00. Phone .. Repossessed. up In the ladies', self- Dr. panel carpet.Home
vldi nj.. [chg 4/23. driver's license. On. 964-7604 llpd 4/23. Originally sold for over CHAIN LINK FENCE Install' 1l7t StetUr OsubisI service shoe business for a ft 3 acres In Brooder IS 1.600

month only. Full or part- REGISTERED BLACK ANGUS $500. Pay off balance due ed. Free estimates Handy. Wide! M.kilB Mom minimum investment of *Call St. commercial 100' MO' Owner fin. $9.900.
Man Fence Co. 964-8539.
PERSONALSERVICES time work. available. .BULli S yrd. old. Can be '$141 'cosh or payments of' TYPEWRITER REPAIR" Call I0i24.Itivm payments $150000 to $3000.00. No 5.3 acres neer Presbyt.Church ft hospital-make offer.

Phone 964-6642 for appointment seen at L.C. Sapp 'form. $12.60 per month. Whit. the Office Shop. 110 W. 11M1. //L/C, C'nf. *i'I experience necessary. We *20 acre Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed.
or apply In per. Call 964.6861. Itchg 4/23. Sewing and Appliance Call St.. Storke. 'for detail- will show you how. For *43 Ac. lewtey area formerly "Bare Skin Lodge"/ 40000.
CUS O'M'aMADI' son at 416 E. Call St. Itchg "10'cI.no HONDA BIKE Center, Archer Square, 9645764. tfn. ". siparats. 984-6338 details, call David at *4.7B Ac,.. Rd. 230A Wilson Rd. $11.700.

D AVER I E 5",' ree. 4/23. ,low mileage like new. Gainesville phone GLASS CUT TO ORDERs 9047373558. 4 23 :2tchg *Country Club 'lot 10' a 3B3'-.nice, location-$10.OOO.

est ritb'ir.$ s/: Locaidill NURSING HOME need. full- Take over payments. Call 376-44664/23 Itchg Door*. windows etct I Busy Call ft Water St. 'lot 235' x 16' Owner fin. $19.100.

ifriW&rs tor Completely time LPN or RN nurse for days( ) .473-4279 and JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ., lIst ,& 2nd Mortgage *7000 so., ft. CB bldg. en Rd. 16E Owner fl...

wa hoWe"nationally' "4-12 shift. Call 964-6220 (nights) 4682526. 4/23 REDWOOD FURNITURE 964-6078. Orders also *$500 ma. Income four,furn. r.ntal.-Calf e Bay 55.000.
4/30. lawn chaise and loveseat. 'Money AvailableWe j
advirfited' 'Gordsette 2tchg
taken In Lake Butler. Realtor Associates-After Hours
Dro >.rY*.. 'SAW Enter- FOR YOUR Also lamps mad. from 496.3079 and I Keystone Wayne E.Douglas Broker-Salesman' 964-6593

prl .AIEd'"or' -Loma REAl ESTATE NEEDSIN MOBILE HOME: matchsticks 964-8OI7., and jewelry Height, 473-4973. .2/26 I purchase existing mortgages. Call Gerrl Lennon-4V6-3140 "Rich" H.nclrllC-96..310
hnxes. Call Itchg
Ste >hi.nT': 4963253. UNION COUNTY WHIRLPOOL John Bradley 964. Byron Terwillegar,964-7776 Marlene Roberts,964-8505 I
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CAS FOlfCOOD USED FUR- _R..ld."tlal"cr... '
SACRIFICE PRICE 21.9 I 7' 33I Anne Terwlllegor Nelson.47S-1K77 Martha Dorko
) Iw
Commercial cu.
NIT R( rom .
: a living room ft.
side-by-slde .
Ref/Fr. "
tuit. to a whole house full., Cell w/lcemagic RECOVB% Extra cash -
auto. Ice
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Other things ol' value also. V*>nra Brown maker, tilt Ice dispenser.no ': we buy cans S.JOlb
RealtorAssociate49o3022 frost Fair demo. I. Also
Fac. other metals
m TFN 4 9. The Recovery Room d' = I .
p" tory! warranty '. "7.50. Turn Trash into Cash All Types Insured
IOCA RESIDENT SERVICES' Sawyer Slode Gas 4 Lake City Local Dist I Semi-Truck Bradford I 1
ThEfts and Owens.lnc.. Drivers Recycling & FFIEEESTIMRTES
buys, and sells I Kenmore Archie Tanner Funeral
and Whirlpool" Washing Realtor Apopllances, 964-7701. HomeMS757' I Or Heavy EquipmentOperonn J (N. Temple' Ave.) I Call Thomas D. NtttUs ;f fJ
I llarl totally 964-5938
Machines. Service .
Riverfront A River access ) Stork. Ft. I "TU'tU 496-3733 lib Butler
Operated By BUARC I L-.t:
charg. $10. I I5S1.3S2AM. _n __ .
96.36963'chg 4 23 4 30 lots. FluBlur ; .
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3 7. No more looking build or '" I -
put your trailer on home 18 Yard TrucklcJads. : .CARDJNBROS. 'MOBILE HOME Well I

INSURANCE foundation with other imirovements. L $50 per load In stark J ( Steve Cardin-owner i INSURANCE DriHinn

4.7 acre off HOMEOWNERS "..., .....
out-of-town :
MAINfi INSURANCE AGENCY 238. Owner financed. 55 per I load ; [964-6750 |( POLICIESAT' .arr'Tlw:; :

) 160 S. lake Ave.4 lake Very good homesiU.,3.99 flariii* Rrat. Q84-67BO LANPCHA1HNC' Fast Rotary
Butler. 496-3978. Complete cres.. highway frontage REASONABLE RATESOlln's Drilling Equipment
Insurance S.rvic.: TFN on' 239. Choice spot; a .J eQOZER WORK LACe! & SM' LLSEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED . .

bargain buy.IN'F.iTORS. "W PIckup Butcher, Chill. Cut; end Wimp" Mobile

REAL farm.: ". Operatinghog \ ROADS BUILTCULVERTS SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES Home Sales ...... 'H.!!...P. ......
(:rt the nuxsl fur yourmoney Phone 96-4-5606 New A Used

LOOKING '..OR'a' special for this 2 BR I '
,Invest In the Best. It Saves More Eloinll! M. Olin Agent'
piece:Jol property If I Bath Frame Home.SR 18I ,\;.. '''oq SalesPartsServicePlumbing

don (Save it. I'll find It 'acre. fenced In yard HARDEE'S MEAT-MARkET .
Just ask-V.JANE S. USHER .............e.z.......Terms.....................

REALTOR!!- '96.2'26.) at :arge oak.Bur older. ,I Itlt'rlltnt FREEZER BEEF by I tAec7Uu) N'D'k 431sit'i 'W.I'I1't4f' VACUUMSALE
.96.2tOa. eve's., "V our !
C Quarter e Half e VVKoleBOrder I)
Union*.Bounty, Realtor tin remodeled home cornletely : 1fL1 ,.. 1>4 *. 1 7.
furnished on 121 in ;Onlyi, # ? ,I 4N-1- NEW USED NlIw Installation

B e a a..te.r' Vorthlngton%, 31 B E.WASHINGTON ST. OPtN MONDAY SATURDAY W..I eA.bfti. 1:844lis: ... We finance our own.
Call 4939li': STARKE. FLORIDA 32091 : -. t.4.fl72 '... es7lu. iN.Jr.: i4C1tMtJJ'' .. uc.. .. KIRBYSROYALS ....Remodeling................ :...Repairs.....".........
...with a low cost classified ". .... ':vs"t'feJ'K. .. .. (us/twt 8,,, uI I I4Dlf'c.C,4CL .
.d you ffr r*n ust4\>m the items marketplace that- HOME FOR' SALE 5C':,}per cup ..- 0 L 'e-----: HOOVERS EUREKAS ".n. ."

no longer a re' of value to Hampton < Nice country 28R. 1 6 'u 'Coffee 'Service A peGS 'geeeAwg ,- ELECTROLUX PUMP
bath,nome on
you. Relin found S$$ by '
becomifs "Marketeer" setting In conve"lentdowntown YoiJj FILTER QUEENS &
a In Office f
'' section
through Claaiified. Adi. pretty lot with ,laroedetacned [7q. .0377433 'SEARS SUPPLY

Try OH. Teak garage witha or Place of Business*. : COMMERCIALWe COMPANY

.. ,Call variety of possible repair all mcak.... ......................-.
:t' .. 'i Excellent financing .. luw House Coffee tFeerUe.of .
uses. ,
tc available. I- & AL'YOUNQ'S'Sitte.' 864 N.T3mpfetAve..-
; MachiPersbnaIied"'rvF
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call For Details : 1W :
j .96-2261 Manor .. Cannon 'D JJa'A .,
tMLO 9ic =1 964-69
37S-2483 e ,
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8y' or 3721449. : 'Call .Collect Rrcai1. 1 mile. isattli fStarheoflUSMI
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.. .. Obituaries ..... Let' Take I ,:
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Sibley Mrs Elise rfukes, Loadholtz-' \ 3 !to -,4"Mf\ t rTrir' t'
Elbert Sibley, 83, of Theressa died Born in Mulberry, Florida, Mrs ':" 'fct I
Friday afternoon, April 17,Alachua Mrs. Elise Dukes.Loadboltz,"69;"of Manus moved to Starke in 1936 where ''J >" ':::1* ":' (
General Hospital, Gainesville,follow. Lake Butler died Wednesday, April she made her home until moving to ,_ .!
ing a long illness. 15Survivors, Hawthorne some 10 years.ago She .
Born in Clay County on Feb. 18, Include: two daughters, was employed by the state at Camp MEDI-AL :
1898, Mr. Sibley was a lifetime rear Harriett Brooks, Gainesville and Blending for many years and was of ; !
dent of the Bradford County area. He Thelma Cooley, Lake Butler; four Survivors Faith. M'n' yl' t1:'t' '
was a retired carpenter and a sons, Lowell, Cocoa, Donald, include: her husband .
member of the Hampton Chris in. Gainesville, Shannon' Miami and Sam Manus, Hawthorne; three sons, 1 1 1HNIWilllE
Church. C Roger Loadholtz, Palatka; two Jerry Hicks and Earl Hicks, both of
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. brothers, Eppin Dukes.Jacksonville: Jacksonville, Vesta Hicks, Texas; i
Mattie Youngblood Sibley; a and Lorenzo Dukes, High Springs; 'one daughter, Mrs.: Janice Dortch, r
daughter Mrs. Ruth Johns of Starke; two sisters, Bertie Willis, Jackson .,Jacksonville; one step-son, Charles I
and one grandchild. ville Beach and Mamie Biellmgv .H. Manus, St. Petersburg; one step-
Funeral services were held at 3 Jacksonville; and eight grandchildren daughter, Mrs. Billie Drennon,
p.m., Monday, April 20 in the DeWitt Tavares, Fl; and 17 grandchildren.
C. Jones Chapel with Rev. James Services were held Friday.April 17, Funeral services were conducted at
Shaw and Rev. Pat Murphy of- '' at 2 p m. In the Lake Butler First Bap-- 2:30: ( p.m. Friday at the Chapel of Ar- ..
ficiating. Burial followed in Hope tist Church with burial in Dekle chie Tanner Funeral Home with Rev ( G E'\r J
Cemetery, Theressa, with DeWitt C. Cemetery, near Lake Butler. Eddie Blalock, pastor of New Oak -l" i
Jones Funeral Home Starke In Johnson-Hayes Funeral. Home, Grove Church officiating. Burial
charge of arrangements. Gainesville, is ia. charge--of arrangements followed in Santa Fe Cemetery with
.. .. .,:.jf v.1]| Archie Tanner Funeral Home of TEST :
Starke In charge of arrangements. : "
Mrs. Sarah Lucille DouglassMrs. <' '
Mrs. Shirley McRae Hughey
Sarah Lucille
Douglass 61, of '
Lake Butler, died Saturday night in Mrs :Shirley Yvonne McRae
the Alachua General Hopsital after an Hughey 46, of Gainesville, died Mon- }
extended illness. day, April 20 in Alachua General. :'WCN, i .2" :
Mrs. Douglass was born in Georgia, Hospital after a brief illness. '
moving to Honda in her early life, Born in Lakeland, Mrs. Hughey lived '
and has been in the Lake Butler com- most of her life in Starke, and mov- ;, ;\= I\! \; .
munity since 1951 She was retired ed to Gainesville 27 years'ago. Mrs. '
from Sunland Training Center in Hughey was a member of Highlands : 't":: )
Gainesville. She was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church and was a ....
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Refuge Baptist Church in Lake Wale hairdresser and co-owner of Clyde's ,...... :,)::11 f "t tJprn ..1
Florida Coiffures
Survivors include Survivors include: Her husband,
: seven .
daughters, Mrs. Donna Sorenson of Marshall Clyde Hughey Gainesville; .., ,'." ".,',P.;. I
Monticello, Mrs. Jean Raulerson of one son, Marshall C. Hughey, Jr. of ,
Claremont, Mrs. Lois Ormond Beach her mother, Elva ,
Hersey of Worthington ; ,. .
Mrs. McRae, Starke sister, Mrs r.
Springs Barbara Ar- ; one r.a. '
nold of Lake Butler, Mrs. Deborah Gwendolyn Thornton, Starke;; twc ) Y
Hollingsworth and Mrs. Mary brothers Lynn McRae, Texas anc SPIT
Hersey, both of Theressa; six sons, Benny McRae, York, S.C.; and one
Bobby, Robert, Eddie and Larry Joe, granddaughter.

all of Roger Lake Butler Douglass, Sonny of Worthingtor of Theressaand 1. DO you ever have crushing, squeezing or pressure like chest'

Springs, one sister, Mrs. Edna Frank E. Fier f: '" '' pain?
Hayden of Lake Wales, and 30 grandchildren Frank E. Fier, 57, of Starke, died ; .Style '"
Tuesday evening at Bradford County and sf < 2. Are you thirsty often? DO you urinate often?
Funeral services were held Tues Hospital following a brief illness. Ing M
day at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Archer Funeral service arrangementswere tmtft.f ; ;, ->, 3. Do you ever have fainting spells? J
Funeral Home of Lake Butler, with incomplete at press time. They
the Rev. Pat Murphy officiating. will be announced later by Archie GS750LHot 4. Are you short of breath a lot of the time?
Burial followed in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. 16-valveTSCC 'r
under the direction of Archer Funeral stroke engine. 5. Have you recently coughed up .biood?
Home of Lake Butler. Eddie Lee CasselmanEddie Automatic cam chain

Eddie Coy Bryant Lee Casselman, 59, of Mid Transistorized tensloner 6. Have you had a change yo bowel movements? I
:dleburg: Fla., died Ignition
Eddie C. Bryant, 52, of Lulu died Thursday. April Chopped megaphone 7. Have lost to 5
Friday morning in the Lakeland lness.16, at his home following a pipes. you up pounds without cause?

heart General attack.Hospital after an apparent Born in South Carolina, Mr. "Fat"S'speed 16"transmission rear tire. 8. DO you have a dally l headache that you never had before or

Mr. Bryant was born in Auburndale Casselman was employed by the Buf Mag'style cast alloy
that is .
Florida and has lived in Union County 'alo Tank Company as a welder until wheels. one not relieved'by aspirin?

for plasterer the ,last and 20 a member years. of He the was Lulu a was II health of the forced Baptist his Faith.retirement He Needle.bearing swing arm.suspended 9. Have you noticed a 'I lump" in your breast, or discharge or

Survivors include: his wife. Mrs. Halogen headlight.
Baptist Church. Jeanette Tindall bleeding or is nipple inverted? ..
Survivors include: four daughters, Casselman, Mid- Triple slotted disc your
dleburg; two daughters, Mrs. Sheila brakes
Ley Mrs. Mrs Judy Ginger Pearce Rosier, Mrs., all Carmela of Lake Austin, and Mrs. Georjenna Stadler, High.rise handlebars 10. Was you last physical over: 12 months ago?

Butler, Mrs Cynthia Parrish of Worthington both of Starke; five sons, Ronnie, Teardrop-style tank.
Orlando, Steve and Donald, both of Low stepped seat.
Springs; ten grandchildren; Alabama, Astro-lighted Instrumentation
Kirby, Starke and

his mother Mrs. Daisy Mae Little of Casselman Gregory and fuel gauge. If you answered YES to of these it
Lakeland and his father, Leslie Middleburg; two 1981 "GS"model 12- any questions, may be a sign of
brothers, Charles (Slim) Casselmanand
Bryant of Thomasville, Ga.; five month unlimited mileage a medical problem. The
Melvin Casselman following physicians at
brothers, Rufus Bryant of Lakeland both of Orlando warranty' Union GeneralHospital
; two sisters Mrs. Mary Booker \ M l I* l 1 *l I
Harmon, Richard and Lamar Bryantall 'S. Limited Warranty"bfoehur. l would be to discuss
Christmas.of Orlando. and Luke of Ft. of and Orlando Mrs. Vermel; and eight"Tiny"grandchildren.Ross both lordolaili,10% DownsJd your .symptoms with you.

Funeral services were held Monday 1p Funeral.m. Monday services,April were 20, at conducted the Chapelof at : 9 '
morning at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of J'liJ
Archie Tanner
Home with
Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler
with Rev. Jim Wooten and Rev Rev. John Canada officiating. Burial Union General
Woodrow Crews officiating. Burial followed in Crosby Lake Cemetery rherWfbrmer.Suzuki
followed in Douglas Cemetery under with Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke, in
charge of arrangements.
the direction of Archer f'uneraillome
of Lake Butler

Mrs. Zoeveta of Starke .
Fred I.. Thomas ManusMrs. Hospital

Fred L. Thomas, 74, of Lake Butler I Hawthorne. Zoeveta Fla.Yvonne Manus, 75, of 301 South Starke Fl
died died early Wednesay -
Saturday morning at his home 4 d April 15, at Shands '
after Mr.an Thomas apparent was heart born attack in Columbia extended I Hospital in illness.Gainesville following Teaching an 850 E. Main St.

County moved to Lake Butler in 1933, -
where he has resided since. He has 9 P A e f t) Lake Butler Fie
owned and operated his farm near .
Lulu since then. He served as a Union
County Commissioner for 12 years $300 OfF $200 $100 4962323MARK
and was a member of the Lulu Baptist OFF
Church. ,
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs GIANT PIZZA LARGE PIZZA MED. PIZZA ,
Bernice Pearce Thomas of Lake . .
Butler, four daughters, Mrs. Louise .
Richards and Mrs. Jeanette Bonilla, With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out ".' -:. ...
both of Lake City, Mrs. Marjorie Offer Good Thru \
Smith and Mrs. Betty Smith both of : :

Providence; two sons Leon Thomasof 4. April 29, 1981 t', ?- jjZ- .
Durham N.C. and Ray Thomas of *g*\ I II L. ABRAMSON,'M.D. ; ... ..i'' I'd f. :' .: .t 4962323:
: one brother Richard
Thomas of Providence, two sisters, >I: \ Urology ... :jA\\!,,",- : ':. .. ,
!Mrs AnnieMae Holiday of Lake City, .111 E ; ii ,
and Mrs. Wilma Howell of Brooker; : I "I,

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