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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Reaffirming its opposition to a at its 7 p.m. meeting Tuesday, May 5, ception died for lack of a second.
/ special exception allowing construc- may or may not end the matter. The motion for recommendation( to
tion of a concrete plant near a Either way the Board of Adjustmentvotes deny the special exception was made
residential development on US-301 its decision for or against the by Wayne Hersey and seconded by
I South, the Bradford County Zoning special exception may be appealed to Nancy Odom. Chairman Don Rardon
Board by a 4-1 vote Tuesday night, the County Commission by opposing and Fred Mueller joined Hersey and
sent the controversial issue to the sides in the complex dispute. If thereis Mrs Odom in voting for a denial 0
: Board of Adjustment with a recom- no further appeal to the Commis- recommendation, while Langfordcast
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mendation for denial. sion the matter will rest with the the sole( vote for( a recommendation r1iT 1
New ground is being plowed in zoning Board of Adjustment decision, unless favoring the cement plant excep-- ,
procedures here as the com- the scene of action is shifted to the tion. Robert Scott, who cast the only
plicated special exception process courts. vote favoring the special exception -
bounces back and forth between the Tuesday night's 4-1 vote against the the March 31 meeting, was absent
zoning board and the County Commis- special exception came after a motion Tuesday night.
sion like a tennis ball. by board member Wiley Langord to The prolonged process of placing a
Action by the Board of Adjustment recommend granting the special ex- concrete plant into an area previously

zoned Open Rural started last
February.26 when Ronnie( Newmanand
Scott Whitehead asked permis-
,.: sion to advertise for a CI (industrial)
classification on 6'i acres of property
near the old truck stop and Skeeter'ssite "
: JL on 301.South. ,
r I The only way a concrete plant can
s A be established in Bradford County is
i t by special exception since there is no
I I zoning classification that permits
. such an operation. If the property is I
t zoned industiral, however, there is a
provision that concrete plants can be
:{ t permitted.by special exception;: '
Following a hearing on the applicant;
tion at its March 31 meeting, the ZOIH
ing board voted 4-1 to recommend Tax Man,Blues...

against industrial 1 zoning on the 4iht ?$ wingers'ate; .
J ,k "ta."y| hobo Ktew and poked'tun at the tax man
,r AcroUaetar.N r Jo last Thursday night.'c.u..Jerry .

w.kYljjL1adv4raerecommendation'rreached ;: Barrett got the dancers' minds off lam's.. hourcr. 111
the County Commission at its top photo. Sue Griner, from Gainesville, looked about like Cam)
April meeting the board voted 4-1 to f
Burnett's cleaning lady, at left. :Millie and imp O'Mern from Hamilton
\ 4I reverse the zoning board and approve at right could have come straight out of Iii Ahner.
__ the industrial zoning, paving the way
for a special exception.The ( .
ball passed back into the hands
e t !of the Zoning Board which is required Zoners

New Clerk Sworn-In... --- by the for code or against to make the a special recommendation excep--- City Want More Research

Mrs. Lori "Cookie" Brooks takes the oath of office Hampton new tion to the Board of Adjustment.
city
clerk from just-reigned! clerk Gordon P. Wadsworth. Mrs. Prior to the Zoning Board's
appointment as acting city clerk because she ran for the office Brooks and had got paid the negative vote Tuesday night,attorney On
a qualifying fee. Jesse Wolbert presented the case for Proposed Apartment Units
the cement plant stating that dust
would be controlled by a filter vent air

Mrs. Lori Brooks pollution control( system and would City zoners have tabled for two development at the March 24 zoning Lontrhuniho! | iilivaih own the
also be subject! to regulation by the more weeks the reclassification of a board meeting. They followed with Bradford Villas property, have a
federal Department of Environmental Bessent Road parcel! where residentsare more protest before the city council binder on the parcel in quest'ion ivu, ,i
Regulation (DER). He also denied protesting a proposed rental April 21. At the April 21 meeting city I tingent upon it being nvoned! HI*
Appointed City Clerk at HamptonAfter trucks entering and leaving the plant apartment complex. commissioners said they had never Interprets. ol i I lluumng mile l l.,
would create a traffic hazard on Acting before packed meeting given approval of the project. l.t.Commander.IIH'Ill' Shipni.in .all.1 l
US-301, or would create a nuisance by room Chairman Drew Reddish )Director l'rosh
a long discussion! the Hampton Zoning ) ne in con
Lori "Cookie" Brooks "interim"city
City Council at a special meeting as excessive noise. lie said that Carden recommended again tabling the request Building permits had been issued Ilk! Shipnuiii maintains :Serlum 4 I llol I
clerk until the
accepted the recommendation of election. September city Enterprises which would operate-the to reclassify the parcel betweenthe April 16 by Zoning Director Al f the /oninK code prohibits ground. l
concrete plant, has reached the limitsof Bradford Villas and Mimosa West Crosby, however. I lour '
Crosbv
Mayor Hank Lott, Jr., and appointed duelling \unit sans See
Mrs. Brooks will
replace Gordon The commission has since asked
its capacity for concrete productsat Drive. The board agreed with Reddish city lion 4 11 alit \ss mulh-f.imih housing
Wadsworth Sr., who resigned effec- its present site and needs to expandto that city attorney George Piercebe for a delay in funds being given to ill il HI' rl.lVhllllMllllltInterpret.iliiui
ijltrtl1Wn!: !; (!DrierTHURSDAY : tive at 12:01: a.m. Tuesday April 28. a new location. given more time to research zon- the developer to allow the council ol 'the /lining coile l 11I.t ,\
Mrs. Brooks is the daughter-in-law of time to review the The
Wolbert said project. council
a concrete plant is ing classifications for the proposed Commander.ine Ill' Sliipm.iu and\ !
Councilwoman Lola Williamson.The said clerk Merrill Edwards
needed to supply the needs of Starke project. given Xinunii Duwtor ('rnsby! are in roilHid. -
special meeting was held a few and surrounding and maintained Chairman Reddish refused the city's approval of the project but
la' .area, t to allow !. ShipiiKin nuiuil.mi Sci-tum 4 I II I
hours before Wadsworth's resignation that the Whitehead-Newman further discussion of lacked authority to do thai without thecouncil's
the apartment ol the code !
properly Inning prohibits ground(
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.e ter of resignation to council which
operation in the county. He further time 4 allots multi Lund. hou-iiii
f a Bessent Road residents lion 11 .
dn.anrO cited that demands of the job were issued 16
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J .: pointed out that the Building permits April thought the proposal for the rental in a HI' clasMhiMlioitThe '
becoming injurious to his health. following rescinded Tuesday night by the
zoned were
already industrial units was an extension of and on the proposed I"'unit ap.u'tInI1.t
-"' Mrs. Brooks was runnerup to the County Commission's action, and city Board of Adjustment, in action Bradford Villas property. The Starke complex called! Slarke .\1'.11'11111'111*,
) .J.-.J.I Wadsworth in last September's city that Carden could put everything he prior to the zoning board meeting.The Apartments. Ltd, however is a l.lil! is to bo built Our prisons" i.J.! ..11I01"leI'r
election and the other entrant in that plans for his complex there with $2,460 fee was ordered refundedto
now separate development just cast! of the i :mil! four units alit In- (mill lorI
race was incumbent Iris Hart who left the exception of the concrete plant. Stokes and Company. Bradford Villas.!: I lie h.lluh"' .. .. office at the beginning of October. Several spokesmen from nearby Several weeks ago Pierce ruled the The proposed apartments would be Terwillegar
Council Chairman Ted Curtis, Sr., Lincoln City and the Deerwood subdivision parcel did not need to be rezoned located back of the Presbyterian :IIi one-bedroom. ;ipaitinents' dint
-.;; told the Telegraph Wednesday, April renewed their objections to because it would have the same use. manse and the house built by Affor- lour own-Ixtilrauntoio.utnu'nh. pinHJ'
29 that Helen Jacks, sister of Mayor the plant, citing an adverse effect on BP, as the Bradford Villas zoned for dable Homes and would not he visible parking spares ,ire plumed l h> Mnkranil -
APRIL!" LoU, presented a petition to council residential property values in the business and professional( use since I'rom Bessent Road according to ('uml'.my> nl Jot k""I11111 'IIMHHKcdcr.il
SPEAKING CONTEST with 13 signatures on it requesting a area, the loud) noise from beeping 1974. Pierce said if more than half a Realtor Cecelia Terwillegar. Entrance : I liuiiiinK uliirli has Inrn ,.ip
BHS Auditorium special election to be held for the devices required on trucks when they parcel has one classification the remainder would be on a 60-foot right-of- proved .
1: 30 P.M. clerk's post. are backing up, the possibility of dustin automatically has the same t, way off Bessent Road and adjacent A nmiiiHimly huiMinn vMlh ,i K-HII-:
Bradford Soil A Water But council after a long discussion spite of controls, and the hazard of classification. the Bradford Villas property loom nil II u'IIlg' rooiii isiiNopl.nireil

Conservation. . .District. unanimously agreed to accept MayorLett's additional truck traffic. Residents first protested the Mrs. Terwillegar and Albert
v recommendation to appoint
FIRE COUNCIL Brooks as "interim" city clerk until
Brooker7p.ni.SATURDAY the September election

Hampton's charter according to Frank WilliamsMay
MAY 2 Curtis, provides for (the mayor to Rep.
YARD SALESt. make a recommendation is subject to
Mark's Church approval by council.

'7:30 Church a.rn.-3:30 Street p.m. Wadsworth offered his assistance In Be A Republican at Heart But lie's Goiitia
Stay Democratic Now.
. . acquainting Mrs. Brooks with the citycleric's ..
position,
RUMMAGE SALESt. ,. "...and I'm not gonna switch" said routine! interest because the abridging individual freedoms when us who h.mtonscrx.ilive
Edward's Altar Society ', Hep. Frank Williams D-Crystal. Republicans are just two voles( I shy of they do pass one. '>ul.Villi.ini ,lidHI'I' lI'anillgs
9..m..3p.m. ," speaking from Tallahassee last the 41 they need to block the His announcement came last ,\ his "
skit i w.lli
Bradford.Sq.. .Shopping. . Center OUTSIDE.Sunny ...../ Wednesday, April 22. Democrats on matters requiring a Thursday. April 23., at a news con Iii.lals. Uilli.uns is even UC.IoI.111 more! 1-011 ol
Republicans wooed Williams in two-thirds majority. It was rumored ference with House Minority Leader Miu-eillh.it I'resident
CCCO DANCE and Hot''' Tallahassee and in Washington. D.C. that an unidentified Democrat was Leader Curtis Kiser. Sen. Van Poole 1 I ho right course! Kon.ilil Ke.ifjanisiin /<
National Guard Armory and (he had poised to become the 41st I Republican. !
press badgered the Bradford K-Purt Lauderdale and Rep., Wayne "I 1
t.iltlc I wralierl
Op.mla.m. change, in | In xnextMtrk. : viimo away complettlv! I vnnviiiciI -
+ )boy nearly :to distraction. But IInlii
N o fhuiu'r'of ruin ': ; ngsworlh. D-Lake City, to that a l tax cut ami ,
Sin9IesSS-Couples.S 10 .,,1 tI '. "..! ", Williams was elected a Democrat and Williams' decision not switch him discuss their meeting with i budget cut.
Reagan
from voting with the Republicans and hey liato HI i together will bo I ht'I.t
ADULTS ONLYI .. : .' will stay one at least this legislative Administration officials last Wednes
,J, ,, session but lie makes no secret that achieve the same effect. day in Washington. D.C\ i-lie\es thing fie for the country: Williams!>.

MQNDAY, MAY iNSIDE..I,.,.. after his visit to Washington( D.C. he The mains' thing (in Republican ulli'talsi
'BC COMMISSIONERS .h t I going on "I have decided I'm f'golng to hen they s..>' that overate, no single
Two Section i.' .' approves of the economic program of Tallahassee now. despite the bare, switch parties here in the middle of irograin is going to he cut back until
Meeting. .f:30a.m.LAWTEY .:. SECTION A;' "' 'u.' ,to ," President Ronald Heagan. bones budget proposed by the Senate the stream:' said Williams' who it detrimental
CITY COUNCIL News.iovh'Plje' V t A3AEditorial. "1 want .to focus on conservative is an attempt to raise taxes. Williams began his fifth two-year term last fall "I 1 think the Democrats should
Meeting 7:10 .'<.'" oil",.;-. :"'.'. page 4A issues i;.the Democratic Part).."says says.,Williams, the Vis' 23 representativowhorepresent8Bradferd.Clay. and is now' vice-chairman ,of the' brace those em
p.m.TV1.3DAYMAY1 SOCI"Y".jJ 'J"IP.gesJAr"'A .i i WiJijams.! vl think it slrengt hened the ;, House finance and-Tax Committee. programs.
.. ,, .. Williams said he didn't
.. see President
---" -- conservative and 'northern of ,SI,Johns,, -
elements portion \ ,
,_. Correspondence: Faye 2L3AB7BSperttr.Ijivb.Page'i"17A'r' In' the ( was. elected a Democrat.. A lot'of Reagan, but Vice-President
STARKE- CITY COUNCIL'! i I ., x:: Democratic-Pari)'. The;Democratic Coutltieslsagainst an, Increase popl: back home don't quite under George Bush shook his hand
: I leadership i III trying to find out what'it's taxes! tani" !i. him his gave
: and
Muting... ..p...m.: 8"It'I.o!. ..,"yt.iHM( ,BPat.48Obiturie going jo, take satisfy us.*' Williams has been'staunchly conservative ttilliams; 38. said! he is keeping welcome autogiaph.in the l> S. Capitol.made him

BC BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT'' .,(fv>,,w,, .k. . Legal & Real, Estate..irrl'i./good; Republicanin theJ20-memtxr, slate to vote against popular programs; Ht" -hen he seeks re-election. brace need ta em-
City Hall7p.m. Claifie.. ... Page .BBtB Mouse: orllC resentath'es... Hi* potenIlial. believe*',.legislature should pass a strong economic recovery
.. djlQ ill ;'1041' h .part);switch, attracted more than fewer'bills, and be more careful t'' "The party- U pushing us. those of program.Tells. Williams We have stresses.to tighten our





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OfflospitalBo rd' Program ,

Smith If the is terminated, it is
The JROTC at Bradford plements $800 for Lt.Col.( John program
program Edward Hall were :not likely: the school will be able to get
High apparently, on its 'lout and $4t( ( for Sgt.
waf school Col. Smith said. In one recent -
Al Kay Carlisle, appointed in Marchto Ed Peddle, President of AGH!, told ,despite the protest at the two discontinued thevcurrent. anther( only three programs were
the Bradford County Hospital the board Dougheny is the number 3 Y .'school board meetings by stunts year. ': offered year for high school across, the nation
Casey's recommendation came
board of trustees, was selected as theboard's person in the nursing department at and parents.' said.
new chairman at a meeting at the Gainesville hospital. Instructor for the program) are not after'' BHS Principal Jim Duncan he said according to
Smith Army
the hospital Monday, April 27. Peddie indicated he feels quite q .being recommended for rehiring in recommended cancelling the program Col. it is the responsibility of
Veteran board member George the instructional staff listing because: regulations
strongly that the director of nurses
build rifle and
to
to a range
Shuford was elected vicechairmanand shouldxlive in the Starke, Bradford; presented Monday night April 20, to sit Is a money losing program. Not the school (
military property custo-
Mrs. R.A. Green.Sr., was re- County area. the School Board. The board, enough students enroll to pay for( the employ a
elected tabled Tom instructors. Ninth graders coming up dian.
secretarytreasurer.It j, however, hap Supt.
was the final meeting for O'Steen report (",an emloyee .attitude Casey's recommendations for annual from the middle school have to be Supt. Casey said although Is the decision
Methodist Hospital Foundation, Inc, survey will be conducted at the flT1LJ instructional appointments until a recruited each year to get a loan closeto to end the program not final
(MIIK), being replaced by Alachua end of May. special meeting, not yet set but to be the 100 required for inspection com yet, he will recommend the instruc-
General Hospital (AGH, Friday May The board approved a request to Install held prior to the May 18 regular petition. Instructor salaries are tors not be rehired Casey pointed JROTC to
1, as the management firm for the a new data processing system: meeting. $22,000 and the federal government( trouble getting enought
hospital. the hospital. Monday, May,;4, The instructors have refused to act reimburses the school$14,000; leaving students, the declining enrollment at
AI CarlisleNew
Marcus Drewa president of MHF, representatives of McAuto are Kay as military perty custodians dur- an $8,000 deficit, Casey said. BHS which means a higher percen
presented the board with a financial scheduled to start the transition to the ChairmanOf ing the regular school day without a No rifle range is in school board tage of students must enroll.A .
statement showing the hospital had a new system. The board approved Hospital Trustees supplement school officials: say. Sup- building priority plans.The old range, normal classroom teacher
net income of $93,381 for the first six start-up fee not \o exceed $13,000 and upstairs in the old Armory, Is con- handles 150 students per day. The 103
months of the fiscal year as comparedto the monthly fee not to exceed $3,000 sideredunsafe and will condemned enrolled in JROTC now are just not
$162,476 during a similar period a and negotiations are underway to this year, Duncan said he has been enough to make the program cost effective -
year ago.Drewa. reduce both of these figures. City Sewer Use Code told.Duncan both Casey and Duncan said.
reported the rescue; service Peddie pointed out Methodist has feels the duties of military Two classroom inutructors ordinarilymean
based at BCH lost$6,903 for the monthof agreed to provide E.D.P. services property custodian can be done during a load factor of 300, Casey said.
March of this year, compared to through May 31 and payroll services Revamped To Satisfy EPAThe the regular school day without the "It means other programs" have to
$5.510 in March 1980. until the end of the quarter, June 30. paying of a supplement. subsidize it (JROTC), Casey said.
Drewa stated the rescue service Both Col. Smith, who has been with Col.Smith said that formerly the
has lost 37175.37 over the first six Outgoing board chairman Curtis Starke City Commission sewer, beginning Sleet outside the in: the program) since its inception in two JROTC instructors had supplements
months Sanders presented Drewa and ad- ordinance face of wall Section and Hall offered their for supervising the rifle
of the fiscal year. adopted a new sewer use on ner the building / 1974, Sgt.
Clayton E. ( Rip) O'Steen, becomes ministrator Libby with resolution Tuesday, April 28, in an emergency said. resignations if the program can con team, drill team, and for being
Administrator of Bradford County thanking them for serving the local meeting necessitated by a federal "Building sewer shall mean the ex- tinue. military property custodian.
Hospital, Friday, May 1, and has been hospital.Libby. grant for a waste disposal system. tension from the building drain to the Some of the 50-odd parents and "That has been a bone of conten-
working with Dave Libby the last few announced that he has ac- The step was taken on the public sewer or other place of students, in uniform, wanted to oust tion," Col.! Smith said. Smith said he
weeks on making a smooth transition.The cepted a job as assistant ad- recommendation of consulting disposal also called house connection Duncan as principal rather than the teaches two classes, Sgt.Hall three.
board approved the hiring of ministrator at the 400-bed hospital in engineer Don Ruckman of the ," Section S said. JROTC program. They packed the He said the high school athletic direc-
the accounting firm of David, Monk, Winter Haven, Florida. He has been Jacksonville firm of BessenU Han "Chemical oxygen demand shall school board meeting room and asked tor teaches only three periods per
and Farnsworth of Starke to do a administrator at BCH the last two mock and Ruckman mean the oxygen equivalent of the questions for nearly two hours, making day. The board objected to the com-
transition audit after May 1 at a cost years. Ruckman explained the City of ;. portion of organic matter in a sample it clear they want theJROTC program parison, board member J.T. Parrish
not to exceed $7,000. Drewa presented board members Starke is applying for federal funds that standard laboratory procedures, to continue. saying coaches are paid supplements
O'Steen reported Sandra Sanders, Mrs. Green, Carlisle, for its waste water and sewer expressed in milligrams per liter,; "She wants to take it and I want her for work after regular school hours.
Dougheny R.N. has agreed to be interim Shuford and Joe Stephenson, who was facilities and that the Environmental Section 7 said."Easement. to take it. It teaches leadership."said It boils down to a $1,200 supplement,
Director of Nurses for up to not present at the meeting, with plaques Protection Agency objected to some shall mean an acquired Jack Locanon, who has a daughter in said Sgt. Hall. "If the board doesn't
UO-days while management reviews thanking them for their coopera- of the verbage in the old ordinance legal right for the specific use of land the 8th grade. care that much about having JROTCin
applicants for the post of Director of tion. Libby was also presented a plaque and requested a new ordinance be owned by others" Section said. Mrs. Clara Cribbs asked the the school pro ram, it doesn't
Nurses. by Drewa. drafted and approved immediately.The Ruckman presented council students, too many to get into the deserve avprpgram/' '.
Dougheny has been employed with "We appreciated the opportunity of board voted unanimously to members with a packet that includeda board meeting room, to stand. Two Cadet Maj. Saucer aske'd Supt..
AGII in Gainesville for the past 19 working with the board", Drewa said. adopt the new ordinance on an water and sewer rate study and an petitions were presented to Supt. Casey if he knows what /aught in
years. She has served as unit Libby thanked the board for their emergency basis so that there wouldbe industrial cost recovery report. Casey, by Cadet Maj. Jane Saucer JROTC. Casey named some topics,
secretary coordinator, training director cooperation during his tenure as administrator no delay in obtaining the funds for The board took those items under and one by Mrs. Carolyn Roberts then-asked; Miss Saucer to name the
service coordinator and 11-7 "I learned a lot and appreciate the program. advisement to study the proposals. bearing 212 names. 30 topics listed in theJROTC manual
nursing supervisor. the experience," Libby said. Only changes were made in the or- wit hones looking at the book. Miss
dinance to the first eight sections .of Saucer hesitated\ and after a few
H the ordinance. seconds members of the audience
Tabled For StoreAfter
Second Phase Block Grant SetThe "City". means City of Starke, Request Liquor prompted her, but they could not

Florida.. .Section 1 said. the owner tailed to appear he owns in Starke on South Walnut name 30 topics:
"City engineers or engineers shall before the City of Starke Board of Adnext to the Food & Scat Convenience
second phase of Starke's Community for the Northeast Starke(Reno) area, mean the duly authorized engineering
justment the members took no action Store.
Development Block Grant will include $185OOO, for housing consultants for the City of Starke, board instructed Albert
on a request for a special exception The
middle program of should May be, under director way by Jerry the rehabilitation; $20,000 for code enforcement Florida sewer utility system," Sec-. permit for a bar, cocktaillolUlge, and Crosby, Jr., city planning and zoning Battle of the DJs i
(removal of unsafe, tion 2 said. package store at 528 South Walnut director, to inform Ward that he
Wadsworth said yesterday in announcing dilapidated structures, and cleaning "Biochemical oxygen demand shall -
Street In Starke. needs to present a site plan to the
that an additional $340,000 vacant lots); $98,000 for additional mean the quantity of oxygen utilized board before the :
for and
Elton Ward applied the permit planning zoning
federal had been allocated and
through the grant of street improvements end drainage; in the biochemical oxidation of to allow him to build the bar, cocktail matter is brought back to the Board of ,t1
Department Housingand for under standard
$2,000 relocation expenses in con- organic matter .
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lounge and package store on property Adjustment. :
Urban Development for use in junction with housing rehabilitation; laboratory procedure in 5 days at Beer Contest
1981. and $35,000 for administrative ex- 20'C, expressed in milligrams-per.
pense, liter," Section 3 said.
The multi-year program began in "Building: drain> shall mean that The Looking Glass Styling Center !
1980 with a budget of $330,000 and will The Development Office is located of of,d I
part the-l(pyvesthorizontal: piping at '
SundayI i May' !9:00.'Pm>t'!
end in 1982 with artinal allocation. Qf inrltip oUy iril. mVWlUi r'lhwin a dPafnacstgm, * J30.NX( The t. m H I '' II'. \' ,! ') 1C 1(, '. 'J"ji') oi .
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The 1981 budget, all of -it 4a>geted .1 building and conveys it to the building 1
Sculptured Nails (Porcelain) Come One Come All
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Capping, Fillins, Manicures Let's See If You Know Your Beer
I Wall -A-711on Participants Raise $1,000" !,, Hot Oil Manicures Admission $1.00 At Door

/ p. Introductory offer thru Mother's Day Sponsored By
Marching to the tune of charity, the The Lawtey Cubbettes
28 youngsters who participated in the .. r. For Appt. Call 9648547vssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
March of Dimes Walk-A-Thon Satur
day. April 2-1. in Starke raised $1,100 t a*
for the !March of Dimes. 51V

Dana Whitaker, 7th grader at Brad- 4rr
ford Middle School, got $250 in
pledges thus qualifying for her choice
nt the bicycles at Western Auto. Any
runner oho gathered $250 in pledges
<|ualili Il'd I for a bike.

The I0-mile event wound through tf- : ;:./.: : ;: ;;, toi

Stark i (' a ith some ofl t he travelers t run- nn

IIIIIK. ,some walking, and some doing 1
both Eight; youngsters ran or jogged
must, lit I lie 10-mile course p Make Mom
il the 2B/ children. 21 from BMS.: gIvl
'lffn.iKfrs.iind two adults uhostarted
tin i'\onl. almost t all were able to .
11I1Ih1, (' they started at the Na $ set
tional (iiLinl Armory on Edwards
/Ko.id( : T -1iSMILE min

Wtri, file ol the! last t towns to gr.
duty; in" /miles anymore" said walk Sn
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oiH.mi/rr George; Loper of the -- -W -
distance The middle-school coach Road Runners Show Strain...
with Hoover
said next year the event would most t Henry Cooper and Gene Powell, members of Coach George Loner's Road. a .
likely he of an increased distance ;4
Runners, ran the I 10-mile course stead of walking It.
|>ri>l>,il>l\ :20 mile
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They Raised $1,100 for March of Dimes... N

The 28 runners grouped just prior to the start Saturday and sincere gratitude to all the participants: the Walk-A-
morning. DanahiUkrr., second from left, got 1250 in 'Thou, all the helpers *( lhe.' ht'Ck-off points! the Police
pledges and con a bicycle 'nepdrtsn4 ijo JoyceRiherdMcOonald'1): : ) of Starke. National
Co.ich George( l.olIl'r| and art'aIarch: of Dimes':* ,iaadfi tusenfarmoryMrs.Jeannel.operforbeg : -,,
eh liairprrs Pal Sprnxlrr wish tit rxprrvt appreciation ln re lplr'aiV>
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,1.M I lit ,;l u ub" } '' '' 'P&
who lost credit on Starke partial\ payment of$127.89 on,a utility ,.Counter in t the Fterk'sofice" ( where i 4j4'. : ..

utility bills as a result of records of bill. Later the same day the customer ?cas>)t.jtaken across;thf< counter and
partial payments made fn cash being reported she deposited the balance of I "tititlbilllt, wbi h.-hadbeen. ; partially
stolen can fill out an affidavit at city the bill, $33 In the city clerk's night paid were kept, were prted,opin and
hall in hopes that the bonding com- depository. Under city policy at that ,emptj, \rsttedathattimethenew<< .
pany will pay the claims. time Mrs. Tennant ,received no $cbaBC! : s
Utility bills with partial payments receipt for her partial payment,'but antI I,way of u estimating'how' muchiioneyiwastIri5slnl4'blli ( 'I
recorded'on them were stolen along an employee recognized partial ,, ) i -- i A

with cash in the March 21 burglary.As payment by making ,a notation, on ,, The'second burglary prompted-
a result, the Starke city commis- Tennant's utility bill city commission, to adopt several new ,
,
sion is asking of cash customers to file affidavits By the April''(21 council meeting/ {handling procedures of payments J, tft< ,assure the the cityi proper i T1rcA.
payments. l lt
received
had not a
Mrs Tennant
of,this two burglaries
Investigation
,
The city will use the affidavits of
"
receipt for the $33 payment, for Completing Dalton
payments in an attempt to collect total bill. .continuing, according '
her
from the city insurance carrier, The City commissioners payment on decided to require :- Bray, supervisor of the Florida offices 2Ik'\: Jt4
Enforcement
of Law
Department
city clerk's office had been accepting residents who made cash .
partial payments, some in cash, and in Jacksonville and Gainesville.
making notes on the customer's utili- payments office.to file When affidavits all claims with'lheclerk's have Bray declined to reveal details of the They Jumped Rope for Your Heart...

ty bills. Receipts of partial paymentswere been made the city will attempt to collect investigation.Mrs. Pass;Appointed. Thirty-three Lawtey Elementary students raised $452 Not pictured: Lisa Harley
always given but might not have the money from the city clerk's for the American Heart Association In a "Jump forHeart" The LE students jumped rope for three hours. lit a hours
been recorded in the manner the bond company.The Deputy City Clerk marathon. for two days. Goal was to have money pledged for every
clerk's office is doing now, says Mrs. bonding company should repay Mrs. Elise Pass, veteran employee; The students, show above, are (1-r): minute their team jumped.
Elise Pass, newly appointed deputy the stolen money because the city of the city clerk's office, was' 9p Front row- Kim Lee, Allen Cornwall Joe Kroenert, Teams consisted of six students who took turns jumping
city clerk. clerk was not authorized to accept pointed by the city commission as Stephen Starling, Susan Crawford, Susan Peugh, John rope.
Most people who made partial partial utility bill payments, said temporary,, deputy.-city clerk.: City.,; Strickland, Angela Joiner. A stereo with current popular music playing was used to
payments have been given credit Mayor-Commissioner Charles Clerk Merrill, ;Edwards' >ws Second row- Tammy Padgett, Jill Strickland. Tammy give the jumpers a rhythm to follow.
when they brought in a receipt, says Schaeffer. hospitalized earlier this month and is Joe Tatum, Ronnie Jordan, Robert Warenberg, Kim "It turned out to be a successful and fun activity," says
Mrs. Pass. Last Feb. 4 about $10,000, mostly in recuperating at home Gowens, Sheila Tew, Mickl Becker, Denise Wadell, and LE physical education instructor Steve Acree who watched -

The step to require affidavits was checks, was stolen from the walk-in Roberts Apparent Low Russ MiscaUy. over the event.Collecting .
taken after Mrs. Patricia Tennant ap vault in the clerk's office, apparentlyby On Workman's Comp Bid Third row- Lisa Mitchell, Christy Redding, Nicole the most money were Christy Redding$52.25,
peared before the city commissior someone who knew the combination. Roberts Insurance Agencyof Clark Eric Starling, Mike Rourke, David Shine. Jill Strickland $45, Tammy Giddens $41.40, Mike Kourke
asking for credit for money she paid George is low bidder at Fourth row- Ronda Manning, Clayton Rosier, Annette $40.85. and Micki Becker$39,60.
March 2i; Starke apparent Shann Butler Roberta Hern-* All students turning in received prizes, including
the city last March 9. In the second burglary on the workman's com= Rigdon, Williams Sherry money
Mrs. Tennant reported she made a drawers beneath th. utility payment $35,234 pensation on insurance.city's don, Amy Benson, Tammy Giddens. jump ropes, shirts, book bags or warm-u suits.

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Workshop Promised on, School Testing Program Thomas Auto Safety Service

312 W. Brownlee Street

Supt. Tom Casey has promised to Special Programs Carl Clark said this instructor Julie Miller, is there Parents have recourse, under state Formerly Edward's Safety Service
investigate difficulties in getting wasn't the case, Langer said, notingthe "seems to be a pre-screening screen law, to get a child tested Casey said
students, especially younger ones, disagreement between the coordinator ing process." To the best of his knowledge each '
tested for exceptional programs and and psychologist. Odom questioned how child in exceptional education is Front End TUNEUPSAlignment
to hold a the turned many tested at least
workshop on problem Children are mysteriously every year.
Southside students would qualify for
prior to the May 18 regular school down+ for testing, Langer said. the 25 30. Casey said there Is an annual state 4 Cyl. . . $10.95
gifted guessing or
board meeting.Admitting Teacher(; morale is bad, and many no program survey of the county's exceptional
"I don't think have five in the
that Rev. Warren longer request tests for students, he they program. 6 Cyl . $12.95
at Southside he
gifted
Langer and Southside PTA President said. program How did the state survey come out,
Richard Odom were"more right than It's a "unilateral decision" of the said. Odom asked? Was it all good? $ 9 g5 8 Cyl . . $16.95

wrong" about children not being school psychologist and an unstandar- Students in lower end of the excep- "No, they were critical of our program Plus Parts4Wheel
tested until the third grade, Supt. dized testing policy. One teacher filled :ional program have not been in a lot of instances," Casey Plus Parts
Casey said he would begin a dialog out 6 or 7 forms over one or two retested in 5-6 years, said Langer, answered, including the testing pro-
with School Psychologist Dr. Flossie years and the child has yet to. be Supt. Casey, finally I getting a gram. Casey offered the report
Jennings the next morning, Tuesday, tested, he added. chance to answer the charges, said which he noted is public information. & Tire A/C CheckedRotation
March 21 Langer and Odom said the school the county is required to submit a "We'd like the situation corrected,"
Rev. Langer said the teacher of his system is not abiding by state law plan for special education to the State'; Odom said.
daughterin kindergarten at Starke which requires students to be tested Department of Education each year: "I know what you mean," Casey & Serviced
Elementary, recommended the child for exceptional programs upon "You are more correct that not" replied. "This will be reviewed Rev.
be tested for the gifted program Dr. teacher recommendation or a testing about not testing early, Casey said, Langer. I'lIlfet with Dr. Jennings in
Jennings, however, stated the school program and as early as possible, pointing out once a child is placed in the morning. & Spin Balance $8.5OPlus
system doesn't test students under even in kindergarten. the gifted program he will always be Will any report be given on the findings
the third grade. Coordinator of Biggest problem, said BHS English .here and can never be taken out. Rev. Langer asked. The school $1 I AOO
Freon & Parts
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board needs a report on the testing
program and then to review policies,
County Volunteer Firemen's Council To Meet April 3v said board member Rodney Hall.
BRAKE SPECIAL
J "This audit was received (by the
lticdliiity '* school system) about a year ago. The
i commission.
stations and .
The newly organized County Fire tee, who will present final plans for '
Council will! meet at 7 p,m. tonight, the special tax district to the Count, .r The_firemen's group plans to ahIb6 *< borid board,just membeMA got it this rihu"'CasltlnaI'afternoon' : said"' ''"\ inw 11 Replace' Disc' Pads & Brake Shoes
(Thursday; .April '30') in the'Broker W Commission at its Mayrf4iitneetihgr3i c6(n .cdinmisslon at its Ma ,:4 riJI bin; 'I,... .\, J
ty hall to elect It coordinator and were told that Workman's Con pensIon ..P,1.e"tWi.f.o,: authorize' the co..t.Y.I6 !olu in J>' ;I d ':I', 1 Sr II ; (' ''Turn Drums & Rotors &' Pack
write specifications 1 for theirs.t two ( for the volunfthr ofriiErilvbUd drW a speclal' 't xl Bearings
e trucks to Bepln'chased'II ti proposed cost$10,68 per man, covering medica iistrict ordinance which will then be t'llPUffE
special fire tax district is Im- and hospital expenses only. Exact advertised for a public hearing at the FOREST
plemented by the County Commis figures on membership were no' commission meeting in June. Following $69.95
available, but it was estimated thai the hearing, the final vote will betaken APARTMENTS _

sion.The Fire Council is composed of one the eight stations have around IOC on setting up the district.It 1-1 at 3 Bedroom Apt.
Prices Effective May 1 thru May 30, 1981
from each volunteer members on their rolls. is estimated that the one mill tax
representative
department in the county with the exception County Commissioner Lawrence m unincorporated areas of the county from *,*3O to $275 These prices good on most American & Foreign Cars

of Hampton, which has not Mosley, chairman of the special tax viii raise approximately $120,000 an- Call for Appointment OPEN
named representative to date and committee, said iiially to be spent for needs of the l bJO W.Madlsoa,
a district organizing
w nl d 964-7231 M-F 8 til 5 Sat. 8 til 1
fire stations. The will not ,
has not attended any of the planning the newly formed council would be eight money Paean 994 63 t 2r
meetings. Representatives of the the governing body, approving major begin be ayailableruntil after next
November, arid it will be th, first of
other volunteer stations are: Lawtey, purchases and operating budgets for -
Bill Crousei; Brooker, George Pierce; the eight volunteer stations. Each station 1982 before any cOnSl. 'rab/'e'amount., /
Theressa, ,PercySullivan,Jr. ; will control its own operation could, bo oi)|'hand. It'
Thornton} Graham, lit The present: piaif' 16 to purchase two
Heilbronn,Henry ; Mosley said, but any station '
rx.Ritch.G ,'\New. River rJ pes. withdraws from the council it will no new fire trucks! in- the' Plain Jane
gl rom t4 artd IfBrSof(oVd,volunteers.? longer receive tax moneys from the K 'price rapge(around$37,000 each)'and I II
build two fire stations at $15,000
new Bc
!
BJJt'gnan r iN. ,y: 1 ++ fire. district. The council coordinator : Introducing
each for total of
/ :d t1\1.qljd'\ me s the County Fire Cornmitv will serve as liaison between the year operation" ,.

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I ci 7"J;iff1-yH for ,Starl'eSlill, on hedule, Clay* Video* Says 1 V, u I


C ibfehTw: moved A step closer to plans to purchase 4'a acres of property additional per month
rea ty when the Stark! City Commission on US-301 north behind the Elks .4 The City of Starke will receive a ':

!Approved a revised! franchise ordinance Club to place an antenna on franchise fee of three percent of the g ... ck."C
reported
with' Cla .Vldeo, Inc., a subsidiafy'bt' perty for the service. He gross each year from the company( as 1t. .
Seaboard Coast Line company officials hope to close the part of the franchise. ; .;;iti, ...
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Basic installation' fee for 12 channels -
Railroadheadquartered in Orange deal on the property shortly.
Park.irlactionTuesdy; April 21. Porter outlined charges and service will be $30 plus $7.50 per month
Nat ::1' Her,-genel'hl manager of that would be available to customers plus (tax Porter stated that when the .. ," -.t.>....;)
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the firm explained th ,new ordinance when the service becomes availablein serf ice' becomes available the company c.F> itiUhl fIDt.RAt
will have a half-price installa- ., I
''company permission toraisift"he'rates Starke. ,,. / 81
givqsir'th'e ca
10 percent each year For$7.50 per month 12 channels will i,' )ion fee of $15. He stated all money I 4 Di1I i

during the first three years of the con- be available including Channels 4.11'." usllOwid in advance.
tract. He added he doesn't anticipatethe 12, 17, 30, and 47 in Jacksonville 5 and A second set to be hooked up when IS .
first increase to come until the 20 in Gainesville, plus Channel 17 in the service becomes availablewill r"J %
service has been in effect for 18 mon- Atlanta and Channel 9 in New York. > ost the customer $15 for installation- 'eft*** .
ESPN, a 24-hour sports network, will plus a $2,SO per.month charge,

ths.Porter told the council the July 1 also be part of the service. I', .IlK ,A rf .Gf+ W
deadline for 40 percent of Starke to Porter said seven additional chan : ..y!- ,
MADfOKO *
TMI
have Cable-TV in service will be met. nels, for a total of 19 channels wouldbe 'APM'" ., '. vt N, ,F '.a
(OUNTY.TlU .
construction would begin on made available at an additional 1 .
stated *
He *J\ II.he4.... Thursday "
end of $1.45 month charge. For a total of
the project at the May. per .. I3a W.CaII SUsS.rk.Flodd.32011 l
The firm operates Cable-TV in $8.95 per month a customer will be '" '
Orange Park, Green Cove Springs, able to receive 19 channels. 0Sec. III -

Fernandina Beach and owns 30 percent Home Box Office and Cinemax ser .". Clefs ,..t... ,. .et with inMresL
available
of the franchise in Jacksonville. vices will be made to Stek./.e.W./ : ,
Porter announced that the company. customers on an optional basis for $9 I" ,.1'u,.

e S.aailjeoUMotor; > ?ft t'I. t'\ II

In t,....,..: It.90 par ,.., '' I 1 i or
II Free Number Available to Jurors '$.qo tl. month. \( !.
Toll :
It's the ..
,
y ..: ( revolutionary way oil under one roof at F'.rT,,n,
1 'I:j j..1. :it 1{
'' p for I to bank.Fortune Federal D With\ 46 jt
.irN a e. people years
the UO.M ,
A toll free telephone number free lines should be recovered if ;" j.l l t par j ,
18003428444. is now available for collect calls are cut out says Clerk.", tII IS!",! '4......th. t' I+ ; : Federal now offers experience: FOrTune over one Federal built, o

jurors to call to find out if the trial Gib Brown. ; ... ,+ you checking the pays dollars in and ,
to hear is scheduled the next j -;;-a-.: 'r ,,- ay-q- 'KSi, >i.7 5 1/4%interest: compoundy ,', assets is mo
they are ,. .... '- a rr" ;ed ddily,No longer do the of the t top 100 associations,
I\ 11L in the \ off v
? country a
day.The 'number, on which, Incomingcalls LounetteDr. .Bat. '; C. in your checking
Dr. : ; f..Jj' ,q''runds "' variety of savingsWe plans
are toll free from anywhere in, Y- hove ro sir idle''costing :: andrhemosrprofessionaicourteous/:

the, county and state rings at- the ., Wayne C. Eaton, D. C. j t ljS you money Now and complete
at the f yourcheckrngwllleom'
radio
county jai The operator l
financing available
morrgoqe
jail will connect the caller with, I : you money or Fortune 0 Open Fortune
recording which will give- (rial)information P, Keys tbn ; mropr&citc+sitift i. Federal D This, r oIurIQn. checking account your no n Its
neivbonk
for' the next day. ary se""ce means revolutionary fjr
way
Some 150 jurors are selected each | ingconvenienceisyours Nov, people ro bank
trial term and assigned to certain At SR-21 ( you can have your checking
cases coming up for trial.'There hast lih01r(1SO hrirri/ : 21TiLoti6 savings and your mortgage 97 frUndly offlc.,1ft Florida
In some cases for ..f ; .'\ ; Ora on*billion dollan In ......
been difficulty Key totj iSIzop,11,9lltta;\ Saloo"1) 'WPho11CC'4f3c36U49rno2 :
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jurors to know when I Ihjey are schedule :r ed to report, especially Id1 jurors with tmn1: .

phone numbers that are! long distanceto .":.. ,,' .' '-.'.....''
Starke. 'Many times a defendantwill ..... Hoursflarmr1 i p. Mi'"a7': ..i'"IrOriTUNS393W. J
plead guilty.at.lhe last,minut ,< ",;
trial will be cancelled: ".' IfHt i c. i. .. ... -. .. I
and the ::4. < "'
tr-] & .Jt _
The toll'tree line;will alsti Ip the t ',1 1j\ l' 1 1 Uf1orH.n1tf Siorke;"' .8k' ,.JUu.. 1*il=1iJ2i'lAl: : .
whichcaft.\ have I I
legal department: \ 9 a.m.p.m.. Thurs Madison 964.5000. I\\IUiM\\
witnesses'.call )/resybtrcharge, ,, :-5 J.E" ..HIII' ,
and a ir i I
calls pow.made collect
replacing
charged to the count .' **'*H >i Modern. XRay ,Phygjcaiej I he r
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eb TORiALS \tail'.. ") ':tI Growers Eye Drip Irrigation FORESTRY


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.: .'" '. ",.' "-..-;rfI". ....... ." .kia Increased Production IN IRAIfORD COUNTY
to }
IhI ; :::t ::90Qst .5 by Mark G.Fries


SeverA:ob'BrUr&rd &County

What strawberry growers aretex Jected to a --

I Zoning I install drip irrigation' ,'' equipment Beautiful, functional and surrounded -
before another seaS() !, County Agent
legend, the flowering dogwoodis
by
Bob Taylor said following a demon-
of Florida's most remarkabletrees.
Is All About one
\strfttloh j at alnQs oral 1 Farms In .

Jtlachdfi'! '.pitt&ty.,Jasfcweelp.J .

-J'ln c pera n 'jwUhl.Si&lversity of Few natural sights can compare
Highly emotional and con- schools, utilities, and streets. Florida1 11*researcher8.>>ndf (fhe exten- with the brilliant white flowering

troversial issues confronting Whether existing district sion service,AJ.: Sftapp, Hainesworth dogwoods which each spring adorn
both the City and the County farmer planted experimental: plot the streets,parks,yards and woods of
boundaries are illogically of Sequoia berries last fall to deter- North and Central Florida.
Zoning Boards at this time drawn in relation to existing mine the effectiveness of various soil

point up the ever increasing conditions on the property fumigants and the drip irrigation Dogwoods are easily transplanted
importance of zoning in our proposed for change. system. 'rom their native woods environmentto
of life--an almost any other setting.
way importance
This method of crop watering has
Whether the
that will continue to increaseas proposed been used for some time in Californiaand The dogwood is equally attractivein
population increases and change will adversely influence the berry fields at Plant City, but fall when its leaves turn a brilliantred
the amount of land availablefor living conditions in the is still untried in this part of Florida. r N Ar in summer when it wide green

various uses continues to neighborhood. Advantages of the drip system are branches provide relief from the glar-
decrease.The that is uses less water, less power, ing heat and in winter when its brightred
Whether the proposed and applies the moisture directly to fruit attracts birds.

theory and of change will create or excessively the foots of the plan through tiny

zoning seems still purpose to elude increase traffic con- holes in plastic tubing which is burled The stories and legends woven

gestion or otherwise affect underground; ?, .' a rf around the dogwood attest to the fact
whc *.a
property owners
many that has noticed and admired the
public safety. On the other hand, it is less effective man
sometimes seem to feel that a tree for centuries. Probably the most

deed to. the land entitles the Whether the proposed time than that spray new irrigation plants are during getting the famous of these myths is that the

owner to do whatever he change will create a drainage established. "Both systems can be used .f1o- :ross upon which Jesus was crucifiedwas
wishes without regard to the problem. at different times for maXimum hewn from a dogwood. As the
Strawberries story is told, God was so angry at the
benefit said.
and of Taylor Bradford County
rights well-being
Whether the vile use of the tree, he bent the trunk
others. Such may have been proposed and branches so that the dogwood
of the
will Another advantage drip
change seriously reduce
the case when America was a system is that nitrogen fertilizer can applied. The fumigants help control system will operate more would never again be suitable as an
land of wide open spaces. But light and air to adjacentareas. also be added to the irrigation water soil-borne diseases, such as white economically, however, using less instrument of death. The legend also

that time has passed, and will and applied through the soaker holesin mold. water and requiring an average of only holds that having reshaped the
the which down the mid- 20 of dogwood. God bestowed the lovely
pipe runs pounds
pressure.
never be experienced in this Whether the proposed
dle of the bed .between. two rows of Taylor said the drip irrigation white flowers upon the tree in
country again.Sometimes change will adversely affect plants. system would be especially helpful in Another big advantage of drip irrigation memory of his son.

there are rights property values in the adjacent a dry season, such as this, and would is that it can be used when
For the function have and needed without damage to The four flower-like leaves which
area. system to well dur- prolonged production Increase -
and wrongs on both sides of a ing the entire season the irrigation ; the size of berries harvested strawberry bloom and fruit. Spray irrigation comprise the large white blossoms) In-
zoning issue and it is difficultto Whether the proposed water must be free'of sand or sediment Here this year. on the other hand, cuts production deed resemble a cross and each is tip-
tell which side has the most change will be a deterrent to in order to prevent clogging of for a period of time due to ped with a spot of dark red, said to

points in is favor. But there the improvement or development the small holes. in the tubes, Taylor Initial cost of installing the drip Irrigation damage of bloom and fruit. hands represent and the ffeet nail following holes left the in crucifix Jesus'

are certain basic criteria concerning of adjacent property in said. system was estimated by Taylor said drip irrigation would ion.
Taylor at$500 an acre. Portions of the have been useful this due
season to
zoning that must be accord with existing regula- The tubing is laid in the bed just
equipment will wear out and must be
the driest
observed or the zoning code tions. before the black plastic is spread, and replaced annually at a cost of around expeperiencing 1977. Less than an inch of April rain since has The American Indians made practical -
well be tossed after fumigant treatments have been $200, the use of the dogwood. They made a
might just as said. The
county agent
drip fallen here this month. scarlet
Whether the proposed '. dye from it bark. They also us-
the window. The numberof
out change will constitute a grantof ed the bark and roots to Create a bit-
voters appearing for or ter tonic used by tribal doctors to
special privilege to an in- treat illnesses.
against a proposal has nothingto '
dividual contrastedwith LettersCitizells
do with its merits. If thereis owner as

one person in the audienceand the public welfare. County Agents By became During scarce the Civil, Southerners War when also quinine us-

he is right, he should Whether it is impossible to BobbyTavlor Urged to Get ed the dogwood to create a remedy for

prevail, even if there is a find other adequate sites in Notabook relief from colds, and fevers.

room full of opposing forces, the areas: subject to these zoning k--- Concerned With'
The wood of the Dogwood has been
and for the
.
they are wrong.As regulations proposed -
.... e used for making shuttles for textile
I'I fl. "
spelled out in the Coun- use in districts already per- County Government weaving, bobbins and spools, and golf

ty's zoning code, the basic mitting such use. If you haveBeef Cattle, Dairy Cat- meeting of the Florida Blueberry club heads.
tle B Grower's Association at 11:00: a.m.ttJ' .
goal of zoning is "...to en- When pertaining to other* tani t meeting" for you next I\"ql:weeK.jam no.t- < -f1i* < .. '' I would like to encourage residentsof Dogwoods are best transplanted

courage and promote, in ac- proposed amendments of. Except for some moisture stress in Bradford County to take a more ac'live during their winter dormancy. Like
cordance with present and .these zoning regulations, the The Thirtieth Annual Beef Cattle .some; fields,.' our spring crops' are interest in local government( other trees they need plenty of room

future needs, the safety, Planning and Zoning Board Short Course-starts,; ,at. J30 pm. beginning to look good. A good rain- under the direction of the Bradford for their roots, heavy mulching and ; t
Wednesday, May 6th, at the Cecil M. would be welcomed by most County Board of County Commis- regular watering. Special care shouldhe
morals, health, order, conve- shall consider and study the Webb livestock pavillion at the everyone and would really help crops sioners. taken not to plant the trees deeper;

nience, prosperity, and following: University of Florida. that can't be irrigated. than they are found in their native

general welfare of the com The Commissioners to be habitat. t
The need and justificationfor appear
munity concerned.To "Marketing Florida Cattle-froir Dry conditions in Strawberry fields making arbitrary and capricious 'Beautiful and versatile, the
the change. the gate to the plate" is the theme o last week threatened to end our decisions. The residents of Deerwood dogwood has become one of the

achieve this end, these The relationship of the the 1981 program. Short Course season. But most growers irrigated Subdivision and Lincoln City would South's most favored landscaping
certain regulations are proposed speakers will address major problems their fields and the plants have reviv welcome, and have requested on trees.
amendment to the pur- and opportunities confrontingour ed and are still blooming and produc numerous occasions
designed to accomplish the rationa I and factual -
poses and objectives of the Florida Cattle industry in ing good fruit. reasons for reversing the Zoning
following objectives Earl Honored
: comprehensive planning program Marketing. In addition, several production Board's recommendation concerning Jones
Conserve the value of land, and the ComprehensivePlan oriented topics are included. Most fields are still picking for com approximately six and one-half acres
mercial orders, but three or four are rezoned by the Commissioners to In As "American"At
buildings, and resources. with appropriate con- I have programs available that list now open for U-Pick-It. Its best to call dustrial.

Protect the character and sideration as to whether the each speaker and topic. Call me or the grower the night before going to Country ClubA
proposed change will furtherthe come by if you want more details. pick strawberries to make sure they The Commissioners
maintain the stability of have refused to
are available. Call if would
i me
you local lumber
of these man was honored at
zoning answer
residential, commercial, and regulations purposes and other or- The Dairy Short Course starts nex, like a list of the U-Pick-It fields that they do( our not questions have to answer and have our stated a dinner at the Starke Golf and Country -
industrial areas. Monday May 4th, and will concludeat are open. tions. It full ques- Club by the Middleburg Press
appears consideration is
dinances, regulations, and actions Noon May 6th. Nutrition and Production not being Club Friday evening, April 24.
-Provide for a healthful and to Back to dry conditions and given to problems and decisions
designed implementthe arc the main topics for this Irriga- they have to handle Jack Mills presented Earl Jones
convenient distribution of Comprehensive Plan. year. Inform tion presented should tion, it is very important water pro- several questions since with a wooden plaque which slated
were answered
population.Aid be useful and intecejtiflg. and will be perly. In my opinion, it is best to irrigate "I don't know" or "I haven't looked with "Earl Jones, American" on it.
Matters of zoning and rezoning worth your time if you/are! in the da iry early in the morning rather into that aspect". Jones, owner and operator with his
in convenience of traf- should not be allowed to business. Again, call me for details. than late in the evening. Evening family of Crown Central Lumber Co.,

fic and circulation of people degenerate into popularity ',-", watering increases the chances for The Commissioners have not US-301 south of Starke was also
and goods. contests. They should be There seems to be more and more plant diseases, especially if it is done followed criteria established to ensure presented a letter by Mills.
interest each year in Blueberry Pro- every day or so.
weighed strictly in the light of good zoning. What is the purposeof Howard Probst, former Colorado
Promote civic amenities of duction. I fe ,l tht we have potentialfor zoning regulations not
the above criteria to deter- increasing acreage of this in It is also better, to water heavilyonce protect State Republican chairman who now
beauty and visual interest. crop property owners from adverse use of lives in Park
Orange
our an/1 know have or twice per week rather than was the
mine what is in the best in- area we the soil property in the area. featured speaker. His
Other points to be taken into terest of the type and capability of producing daily sprinklings. Daily sprinklings subjecl'was
community as a "America-The
Blueberries.The encourage shallow roots, and unthrify Beginning of (he
consideration in zoning or whole-not just the interest of plants. If the Commissioners feel they have Beginning." Theme of Probst's

rezoning include: the one seeking the zoning or Blueberry Short Course is a followed established criteria for their speech was that America is not such a

Whether the proposed rezoning, or the one opposing half day session on Thursday, May Heavy watering is about one surface decision forward then,we invite them to come bad place to live in,even though some
with substantial things
7th. The will inch of water application.Most justificalion. are going wrong.
per
begin at 9:20
it. There is no place for considerations program
would be We would like know
to also
change to who
contrary (
(and lawns) need about
a.m. at the Horticulture Science- crops Share with me a vision of the Free''
the Land Use Plan and would of friendship Plant Pathology Building on the one inch of water per week this time the Commissioners answer to, sincewe Citizen's Covenant with the Future
have an adverse effect on the political influence, or finan- Southwest Campus of the Universityof of year. were told I they do not have to that calls upon each of us to give the

Comprehensive Plan. cial interests in this process. Florida. New varieties herbicidesand answer to voters. best that is within us so that those who
drip irrigation are some Impor- Call me if you have questions or !MaryL. Milton come after us will have the chance to
The existing land use pat The final decision should be tant topics to be discussed. The program would like to discuss your irrigation HI. 4. Box 1524 enjoy at least as much freedom as we
tern. strictly by the book, and in ac- will conclude with a business problems. Starke Fl. 32091 ourselves have been privileged to ex-

cordance with the rules of the perience," Probst urged the 60 persons -

Possible creation of an game. Otherwise zoning .-.. ti ... pr scpl.

isolated district unrelated to regulations that have been Units Here .....
and districts. :: trosijication Jbxpectea
adjacent nearby developed over a long periodof ;

The population density pat- time, as the result of many .. I

tern and possible increase or hours of dedicated work by in- : .. Next Week for Generator Conversion
terested citizens will become
overtaxing of the load on ,. .

public facilities such as valueless. Starke\s"wooi ;. .
.
gasification units
Gurin that
says each gasified unit
which were fabricated in a at haven't invented a thing" Gurin said.
.. . ., plant would eliminate the importation of
"We did Regarding the
Dunnellon, with of
,e are ready for delivery and 16.000 barrels of crude oil come up some exciting availability wood,
: ;; 2- 2 ff p should ,#iarrWe, jt 4 installation at the Wood: is a very cheap fuel-a per cord year.of design changes, but even those were Gurin said the Florida Forestry

municipal power plant here by the wood, costing around $80 equals 6.5 copies"from the French and Ger Association and the Florida Forestry
last of next week, according to Bob barrels of oil about mans. Division recently estimated that 47
costing $136
Gurinr. ;'coondihatoi' of Starke's barrel, or $237," Gurin said. per million tons of waste wood a re burnedor
$327,000 pilot project. u Because of the bulkiness of wood buried each year in North Florida

Stephen Gray discovered the principle of conduction If the gasification project proves to new ,and was first tried nothing of a wood gasification operation is
or the actual flow of electricity in 1729. Deposit; .arid)energy/.effective, Gurin about 250 whether the wood source is more than Wood pulp and paper companies
years ago. according to
Gurin.
says that more than 1,000 small com- .' "Europeans, the Z3 miles distant from where it is to be operating in North Florida usually
especially Scandina.v'ans.
munlli ;. Starke can used the fuel used. For longer hauls "it's not worth use only 70 percent of the trees they
.follow &lU adaieutheir' \ power producing ,I!' automobiles during process World to War II,their"he it" in Gurin's opinion. harvest, leaving 30 percent as waste
MEMIEReuoru costs, helping the if.S. become says according to Gurin.
n rn less dependent on oil and gas The bulk and logistics problems Involved -

rfr1 energy sources. ( be also make wood gasification Eventually, Gurin would like to see
f'Biomass can
c : l; peanut hulls to corncobs anything" Gurin from impractical for large, or even ten Florida communities converted to
y Gurin estimates that Starke aSJ declares' but in the case of Starke. medium sized cities which generate wood burning gasifiers to help reduce
ESTAIrI3HE01/t+ save $1 million a year if all seven i wood': chips from surrounding plan hundreds of megawatts of electricity the state dependence on fossil fuels.
its aging generators with a total I forests+ will be fed into the gasifier and a day Gurin says. "To produce one
SOS G.fEiGUSON -JOHN M.Mlltf. P..II.h.r* ; I'OUlU i run brer{ a bed of charcoal to produce megawatt of power you need to( consume "If it doesn't work, we can concen
biomass, ; one ton of wood an hour" he trate our efforts on boiler turbines-
monoxide
hydrogen and
; ,',. M .1' e''P I. t'gawa.tI I nitrogen. says we know they work Gurin
.....,......_h"'......_._.......... C's$ -......,.--* J} .olHl"'lt.1. 'kack in 1 THeVesult will be a nonpolluting fuelsifrijljr ed. conclu
.. ._ t"jg to natural
1 N.rS .I.r M d MN.d L .:, 'gas, Gurin says.
In
:. : W \ TUfw interest Combustion will Starke'case, Gurln said Crown
_..,...........?...........I*Pw V...,M fl.Mh.O.n11. government guaranteed loans, no t occur in a sealed Lumber Co.. which has 60 tons of Merrill flees director( of city
......._.e11,...r..rl'to w l1._ .. time,' stimate has been made on a t chamber 81'Vswn at.,2,700 degrees F. waste wood daily will supply all of utilities, said yesterday he had not
ru...r..wf 5- rIM}, tMbtoale. for future conversion of the-A'I I 'I AUliii( ..[sounds.w like the electric utility's needs-aoout 25 been notified about the arrival and In-
., msr "IIi''aJIIi1 nil! --- --_ : space age tons( a day. stallation of the
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Lorissa and Rhoden '". -
Mosley
Harvey :" '



-::-Wed'AriM. ;: 8 in Church of' ,God. ,j''f'.'\.' '; ; .. fJ'1 8. m Ii7ide 1 .

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l'st1tMI diridcb of 'o rwas the setting -
for the marriage of Lorissa Pearl '
t'Tt41d!1byl; 4 .Ugbte .of'.Mc: and Mrs. fjr
of Starkd to Edward !' : :
Lloyd Mosley Harvey lt"P7k 'Jf
Rhoden, son of Mr;, and Mrs. ia
9.lilIaroJdfUioden I ; pf Hn nptdh on April
!
18 at 7:30: p.m. with Rev. M.E. Drake ,... 76&14 7

_..... erformingthenuptials! X : '
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"Hie "altar 'was centered with a Z I frf
heart-shaped candelabra flanked by "
:*"ubaskets of flowers in white, pink and p

*.". 'I"vburgun Tree candelabras were ;f
'' m ma
'placed on either side of the flower
baskets. The choir rail was covered

o11."ardhe'with\ \ a pews garland were of marked My-of-the-valley with pew R' t(
8''"".''lanterns;; # !
a1' ti
.
", 'The vestibule table was decorated + y. .
co ':"with 'an arrangement of dark red ,
I roses surrounded by pink candles and .
doves.
I *u', ': Presenting a program of nuptial ,. /
Jfl'--music were Mrs David Kirkland, -

I organist, Daniel Martin, pianist, Mrs. IV4 ,, ,
I Joe peese, soloist and Mr. and Mrs. 7y r' /
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Willard Crawford, who sang a duet.
I jn.ii! Eddie Saxon attended as best man. e'
"9'';ushers were Marty Rhoden, Mark t
"" "Mosley, Larry Mosley Ricky Mosley x: d I
J nand (head usher) Charles McKinney
Miss Gail Rhoden was' maid of 1 as : -
-
honor and Mrs. Leon Odom, Mrs. I Ti : :
Ricky Mosley, Mrs. Wayne Davis and '
f' --
; Mrs. Jim Gatlin were bridal atten- : :;
!I:,dants. They were dressed alike in Officer hutalled at Hospital Auxiliary s llatlonc ), Nellie McGee Muriel Gilhooly, Linda Johns and
w'' long light dusty pink gowns with in- Monday night are I-r: DorIs Overstreet. Ada Reddish Becky Basford.
*>'I' serts of burgundy, fitted waist with Mary Sections, Marjorie Jones (standing in for Midge I
\
b' sash, ruffled bottomed, long sleeves
'II'' and V-neck yoke of candlelight lace Hospital Auxiliary Holds Installation and Awards MeetingDoris
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and ribbons. They wore pink silk hairpieces I
'. of roses with burgundy and members worked 3,408 volunteer
I': Overstreet wa Installed responding secretary, Nellie McGee;
candlelight streamers attached. They president of the Hospital Auxiliary treasurer, Linda Johns. Each officer hours at the hospital during the past
'I. carried white bibles with
topped arrangements was presented with a pink rosebud year. Mrs. Crosby received: her 1000
Monday night at the dinner-meeting
of silk and
pink roses held at the Western Steer -Steak corsage: and the president was given a hour pin; Becky Basford, Linda Johns
burgundy streamers pink carnation: corsage.: and Doris Overstreet received 1500
', House.
Misses April Mosley and Amy "" hour pins and Bernandine Early
Gerri Green membership chair
Basford in-
Past Becky
president
n Mosley served as. flower girls and IJr ..... . received a 3000 hour pin.
stalled man announced a new member has
... ; the officers at an impressive
attired similar the .. .
were to ? : '. Clara Hazen who has served as
bridesmaids. : :ceremony with the assistance of Gerri joined the Auxiliary, Willie Mae Judd
who was accepted by the membersand awards chairman for 18 years is retiring -
Green. The new officers to serve with
1 Communion bearer Thomas Odom Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden
Harvey .
from that position.The
.. Marguerite Hall was reinstatedas
Mrs. Overstreet are: President-elect,
carried the and
communion the
tray tables held beautiful
dining arrangements -
with silver one end won a ball ana chain, only Ada Reddish; first vice-president, a member.
couple partook of communion during centered a punch bowl of pink, yellow and green
Rose McConnell, finance chairman,
Mary Sessions: second vice-
the flanked with three-branch silver jack and handcuffs and at the other
ceremony. breath
roses, snapdragons, baby's
Mildred stated the Auxiliary hamburger booth
Given in marriage by her grandfather candelabras. The bowl and end with a silver hurricane lamp, president Frick; recording and leather leaf fern centered by pink
made a profit$2,162.62 at the Coun-
silver bowls of malt balls and secretary, Muriel GUhooley; cor-
Baker bride candelabras sour
,Alford the wore a were encircled with spr ty Fair. tapers. The tapers were lit during the
long white polyester organza gown ingeri and burgundy pompoms.Silver cherry balls. Mrs. Charles McKinney: Marion Crosby acting in behalf of installation.The .
taffeta accented with held nuts and mints. Misses cut the cake.
over sequined compotes unable next meeting has been changed
Clara Hazen who was to attend
pearls. The gown had an embroidered Lisa and Renita Norman presided at The rice bag table was overlaid passed 21 award pins to from May 25 to May 18 due to
'. and with a candlelight lace cloth over pink Engagd CoupU.
collar the bowl.
,
yoke high stand-up long punch members earned in the past year. 45 Memorial day falling on May 25.
organza sleeves trimmed with alecon and centered with a crystal vase of Honored At
lace and the fitted waist was accented The children's punch table was pink roses flanked with portraits of ..- -- - - - - - -
with an attachable train, edged with covered the same as the other tables the bride and groom. Silver trays held Cocktail Party .. .
tiny florets. Her Juliet cap of seed and centered with a silver punch bowl rice bags and were served by Scott Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bailey of special for lYLO1 HER'S DAYPerm
pearls trimmed with peau d'ange lace encircled with springer! and burgundy and Adam Mosley The roses were a Jacksonville entertained at a cocktail
arid satin ribbon secured her floor pompoms and flanked by two gift from Mrs. Helen Wells. party Saturday night from 7 to 9 p.m.for .
length veil which was edged with single silver candlesticks with burn- Following a wedding trip to Silver Scott Baker and fiancee, Miss
': alecon lace. She carried a cascade of ing pink tapers Miss Marcie Brantley Springs the couple is residing on SR. Brenda Roberta,at the club house at S: $ieoo
presided at this table.
ed roses.A 16E.The Ocean Village at Atlantic Beach. "
reception was held in the church The groom's cake table was bride and groom and both 1980 The lavish hors d'oeuvres tables
"':Fellowship! Hall where Mrs. Charles covered with a candlelight lace cloth graduates of Bradford High School. were centered with arrangements of Call for appointment 964-5033
-
.I'.Schmitt served as director. Miss over burgundy and was centered witha The groom is employed at Owens- spring flowers.
1. chocolate groom's cake flanked on Joist. Closed on Tues.
Crawford the bride'sbook Starke
Virginia kept The 60 guests were from ,
at a table covered with a white Jacksonville and SwiUerUnd. Ft, .. '
b Jace.cloth. over burgundy linen. On the Madison S>7. Baptists Hold!. Adult. "Joy".: Banquet "ww >.!.-. 4 .' 289J; ;UlddrIii'ene's?. :;; Beauty Salon Start
.
9 rrfiQFl Y Y ,' fu\.p.TCl1Y. e')>'Ifrcbu'F1RPnt iniaturhyrgundyt \ ( )( ,JOmPr 'JII TI ;'t aaar s: 9f Ith fie"M ad'son, StreetBaStist'Churc'h '' L Voom:were fresh flowers and plants. : .1 'I.,' .' ", JL'r r
The tables decorated with white
:,till'l1a: l itlns, ) W.M.U. honored the were
:,At points of interest in the hall were "Joy" group with a Spring Banquet, linen cloths with each table centered
palms; and ferns. Saturday noon, April 25. with a bouquet of fresh flowers. Each
? The bride's table was covered with The theme of the banquet was"Dayin place setting held a nut cup decoratedwith :
"'a'lace cloth over pink linen and was the Park", with the fellowship hall a silk flower and a colorful pro
centered with a four-tiered wedding decorated in this motif. As you gram. Each table had colored crepe
cake flanked with side cakes. Silver entered you crossed a small wooden paper streamers going down the ..
five-branch candelabras held burning bridge going over a water fall'creek.At center. The menu consisted of ........
pink tapers. Burgundy ribbon bows one point in the room there was a chicken and yellow rice, diced beets, .\ .......
and smilax draped the sides of the Gazebo with plants and birds. At garden peas, hot rolls, strawberry .." I '
table. The cake was made by Mrs. another point in the room was a picnic shortcake Iced Tea Coffee. Each "" .:. .G\.'\ ., "
Bonnie. .jVcf} uyhion, aunt of the bride scene laid out. At the center of the table was served a relish tray. \ ''', '''''" .1. .
...
and'served by Mrs. Mark Mosley and room was a Maypole. Throughout the Ed Ripplinger served as M.C.of the :.... I \
program. Entertainment was provided -
Mrs. Larry.Mosley'
The punch tiblfe was covered with a Miss Becky Cooper by a group of Young Adults in the I' .;." I")0: ,,' .
form of a skit "Strolling in the Park; 1 .'I I'! 1 ))1
whirrs" lace f\nt\ pink linqn.and. .
hoover John '
TilleyEngagement ,
U\ Reflecting the Past". The Youth l ?'r uucv.
Told Choir of Madison Street also
J&1h1tQ( Y1"y! r William' presented two special songs. Bro.
.nC JehrcU .55th Rev. and Mrs. Bob Cooper an- Robert Gillis. Pastor brought a short

aet {..,J\1UfilrtH'tt' >Y.di) Williamarec nounce the marriage engagement of and their approaching devotion. 85 guests enjoyed the event. '

cele' r Cr fi il f. $'1 I weddmg an- daughter Rebecca Leigh (Becky)
gWWSJn tptf a'p;'Thursday, Cooper to John Edward Tilley, son of
boffiVcfinpT4; !!.v&ri''t harried in Starkeon Mr. and Mrs. Don Tilley of Starke, St. Edward's Sets
Aorino.u192VaUd'\3 ( have lived at 417 and Mr. and Mrs. Williams Tibbitts of J
/NfyPMgT{ r.iieVt. l; StaVke.[ for the past Sarasota. Rummage Sale

'J1' (Wf$allrlate,f"ttr/ f two, sons, John The wedding is planned for July 18 Saturday
.4ti C1t1eyfl at the First Baptist Church in Starke.
.
[i : St. Edward's Altar is
+ Miss Cooper Is a 1981 graduate of Society sponsoring -
a Rummage Sale Saturday,
ud) iHi' Bradford High School.Mr. % I
OtW1.I!!
.Cance Set Tilley is a 1979 graduate of May 2, at the Bradford Square Shopp- ;
Sarasota High School and is currentlyin ing Center. Clothing, kitchen Items,
9FbrM4y'2',, the U.S. Air Force, stationed at knick knacks, and toys will be among
;lfflt"lJ.ort.l1frOed; Citizens for Correct Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama featured items. The sale will go from
ricer.s will hold a dancer 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
t nJ'IIQ'/' < City. ,? a ea'
hlW)i } < May 2, from 9 p.m HI I Iap

,j jnthe" Starke Armory.The I I'm '" .
admission cost will be $10 per ( .
couple and $5 for single. The entertainment .
t will feature Tan Fletcher -" T
'Adults only. Western dress and COMMITTED DEDICATION

BYOB,. Snacks and set-ups will be fur- :

rtishedMiss.
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Carla Horvath -
I
lennard B. Register, III

To Wed May 2

The wedding of Miss Carla Horvath BECAUSE WE CARE. 6 t) O
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and Lennard Register, ,III will take
place Saturday, May 2, at 7 p.m. at
College Park Baptist Church in Orlando -
with a reception following. in the it is our deep commitment to
church Fellowship Hall.

to AJl.friends. Uend. .and' relatives are. invited offer the finest in traditional COMFORT shows in your Smile. .' ;


Memorial.' ''i, Service services and burial arrange- Neat feat for Feet. A foot-contoured insole ((3/8"


Held''Sunday: ments. We are here to provides thick)', a'special- l arch cushion and bouncy crepe sole


By Weeks UDC rene surroundings and considerate pack comfort into smart young lines.

yvMTWeeks: chapter U.D.C. heldmemorial .'. hwl

Lak0.tCemetery l services honoring Sunday at all Crosby''the counseling.. times In natural'navy' fed or yeilQiv cloth. M 5-10.

veterans buried at Crosby-Lake and of '. '.' + ,*"'' .
Santa Fe Lake Cemeteries. sorrow. i" .. .... .:'tl ...
President of the chapter, Mrs. *
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Leis ercrgwswelcomedallfriendsat.tenuig 25.00: :

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I Local Teachers Attend '

State DKG Society WeightWotcher1, Changes.l Meeting.( '' Site .
"' M'n! : ;' '"
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Internal ConventionThe Weight Watchers classes wlli 'be Classes are held on Mondays at 6:30

Delta Kappa'Gamma Society meeting in the Parish Hall of St. Ed- p.m. and on Thursdays at tf:30: a.m.
International held its state conventionat ward's Catholic Church, located This will be for May thru August only

the Bayfront Concourse In St. directly behind the church, on 301. .
Petersburg, April 2426. Turn left one street north of the Bran- For more information please call
Over four hundred delegates from ding Iron Restaurant.Mrs. 782.3370 or !8ti4-8384.

5 Florida attended to elect officers, attend
y RIF to business and honor the winners
Hildabelle Bence of Jackson-
of the state scholarships. Since
1 t ville the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison visited
spent
its founding In 1929 in Austin Texas,
the society has worked to honor and grandson and wife. Mr. and Mrs.J.G. her mother. Mrs. R.T. Hipps in
Way-cross the weekend.
over
unite women educators. Aid and.en Alvarez
couragement in continuing educationis
one of the main thrusts to achieve
\
these purposes. Thirty-nine international
scholarships are offered to
members each biennium to continue j I' I I

work at the doctoral level or graduate

r level The World Fellowship programaids :Mary Ellen Dayan
young women from other countries Timothy Gieboig 1'I
who are not members, in their
graduate work in the United States.
t tr Currently there are twenty-four Mary Ellen Dayan

I World Fellowship recipients. Timothy Giebelg 1I
Resear. 'rants are also available as
is ext! ve leadership training for Engagement ToldMr.

sele '(! members. Educational and Mrs. John Dayan of
travt. seminars are offered continuously Raiford announce the engagementand
I and credit may be obtainedfor approaching marriage of their '

participating in these. daughter, Mary Ellen, to TimothyDale f l i i| pp i
Elected to lead the organization for Giebeig of Raiford, son of Mr. ;
the 1981-1982 biennium are: President and Mrs. Robert Giebeig, Sr of Lake
Maxine Smith, Beta Sigma Chapter City.

Melbourne; 1st Vice-President The wedding will be an event of '
Jesslyn McBride Kappa Chapter St. May 17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I : r I I
Petersburg; 2nd Vice-President Ron Jewett in Raiford.

S '. Yvonne Rice, Rho Chapter Umatilla; Miss Dayan is a 1978 graduate of c-
Recording Secretary Muriel Norman School and attended
i. Union County High cs
.- ,Alpha Nu Chapter, Starke; Cor- Lake City Community College.She s I Starve
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'9 responding Secretary Louise is presently a COt at Union Correc-
Douglas, Sigma Chapter Miami. tional Institute
Members of Alpha Nu Chapter attending Mr. Giebeig attended Columbia
the convention were: Lucille County High School and is attendingLake L 1 'J" and Remodeling:
Payne, Muriel Norman, KalRryne City Community College. He is a
Epperson, Sharon Lyons Mona sergeant at Florida State Prison.
Canova, and Della Rosenberg.



Mr. and !Mrs. Charles Ilutcheson


Rosa Hull and Charles Hutcheson II


Married March 21 in ClewistonMiss

with of Venice lace FOOD
za gown appliques
Rosa Nell Hull daughter of
and seed the bodice. The
Mrs. Rosa Lee Hull and the late RayC. pearls on
high neck had a yoke of venise lace FAIR9F
Hull, Sr. of LaBelle, and Charles
trim with matching lace the wide
on
Edwin Hutcheson II, son of Mr. and
cuffs of the full Bishop sleeves. The
Mrs. Charles E. Hutcheson of Starke
full flair skirt was also pleated
were united in marriage Saturday,
and had
throughout a chapel length
March 21 at 3 p.m. at the First Baptist .
train. Her Venice lace headpiece
Church in Clewiston with the Rev. -
.
secured her waltz length veil with 1I
Jere Hendricks the
performing nup-- rolled edge and appliques of Venice .
tials.
lace. She wore a pearl necklace and .
The altar decorated with wed
was earrings, a gift of the groom and carried ARE IN -
ding palms, and two standing arrangements -
a silk arrangement of white car A .
of gladiolus, carnations, nations, orange blossoms and .. -
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daisies and baby's: breath in yellow i ) '
stephanotis accented with pink and _. Jt:: -
and pink. The pews were marked with yellow rosebuds. .. .....I ...':i..-:':,. / ":' /

greenery and unite flowers. Before vows were exchanged the /:/' ,'. lt'I :'s::._ '' .
Mrs. H. Miller, organist and Mark ,
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bride gave her mother a long stemmed > ... .
Hendricks soloist, presented a program _. -. .
pink silk rose and a kiss. After the "' ... ,' .
music. of
nuptial exchange of vows a long stemmed ', ,,
'
Charles Hutcheson attended his son -= "": :,&n....,
silk and kiss to --
pink rose were given .
.. ';)
best Ushers were Dave : .
as man. [J. .
the groom's mother.
Clint Hutcheson and C. ..
Wilcox, Ray _
Hull sister-in-law of the
Hull,..,r. ,...,.*,.... bride Rebekah,"served as,matron of honor. She I
:ThehrilgrEiven marriage by herbiller 'of soft- ,
wore_.a flooc length gown j1
W'Jtik' '' *
GayftHtllt\'f' .' '? '-V m? ... m iirga.n..- v ."''underskirt yellow' batiste'accented with 'With yellow' cumber.bund taffeta- Not in stamps or gimmicks. '

Mrs. Darrell O'Neal empire waist and deep cape col
lar. She wore a wide brim yellow hat
Shower Honoree trimmed with pink ribbon and Food Fair permits me to save hard cash. I don't have to o

Mrs. Darrell O'Neal was honored at streamers. She carried a white for .i
look
shop at another store or gimmicks. My savingsare ( -
a Pamper's Pa rty Saturday afternoon wicker basket with an arrangementof ,
given by !Mrs Robert Autry and Mrs. silk pink and yellow roses and in my pocketbook so I can spend as I please. .;
William Marchese at the home of the baby's breath. .
latter in Country Club Estates. Bridal attendants were Sheila
The refreshment table was Maillet, Julee Wise and Rhonda Hut
centered by a large box of Pampers cheson. They wore floor length gownsof FRESH FtORIDA
topped by a Teddy Bear and encircledby floral print with soft yellow CLOROX
baby toys. Little Miss Cassie Autry background in voile lined with yellow CHICKE1HWITrt
presided at the punch bowl. taffeta accented with cumberbund

:'Fifty guests were invited to call bet empire waistband deep cape collar. ACK-1 riCCH*.3 Cl ll FHG9, BLEACH eann. t
ween the hours three and five o'clock. Their headdress!;and flowers were the

fa*, same as the honor attendant.
Weeks UDC Missy Molt attended as flower girlin 79
To.MeetsW.TKyVeekS: a dress similar to the honor attendant ONE 8 98FIRM
In her hair she wore a comb GALLON
l 'chaPter UDC, will decorated with silk flowers and r SAVE 10'

:mijet Wednesday, May 6, at 3 p.m. at yellow satin streamers. She carried a
the orne'bf Mrs. Frank Weisgerber white wicker basket with fresh rose

in'Key! stone Heights with Mrs. Ceil petals.A .
TeV iIlegar and Mrs. Joe Wilson as reception was given in the church
co-hostesses. Fellowship Hall which was decoratedwith FRESH .
palms and arrangements of I RIFt:
flowers in the wedding colors. PORK

Etrenda Roberts, Mrs. Colenda Walker greeted the TOMATOESLIBBY'S
Baker guests at the door and presented themto
Scott
the receiving line composed of BUTTS
To Wed( May 2The' Heather Hull and Amanda Walker,

wedding of Miss Brenda nieces of the bride, who presented re .
Roberts and Scott Baker will take scrolls to the guests as a memento of 98C J..48ct

place Saturday, May 2, at 8 p.m. at the occasion and rice bags fashionedas eur. LB
Mrs. Jack Cockram
the.First United Methodist Church yellow roses. +
witii'a reception following at the kept the bride's book. SAVE 30' PER LB SAVE: 2IFRESH'
Starke Woman's Club. The bride's table was covered witha
All friends are invited to attend. white lace cloth with a yellow liner.,
The three tiered wedding cake accented -
on one side with soft pink roses
Susan Jo DeMember- and white candles reaching to the .'. / :
bride and groom on top. Mrs. Ray C a 4
Zedra Hamilton
Hull. Jr. cut the cake. 'OM1a DEEP BROWNBEANS
engagement toldMr. The groom's table was covered witha

E. Jackson of beige Army-Navy cloth and
.
and Mrs. Larry
centered with a cake decorated with a
Gainesville announce the engage- PORK a mOLAMC PORK 'TOMATO veoerA.unncn
fisherman landing the world record '
ment and approaching marriage of a I [ 'Ll '" B B k"'j'
I heir daughter Susan Jo DeMemberto bass. ? i B; 'M m'C!
The punch table was overlaid with a 3P1snnu.
Zedra Marvin Hamilton son of '
white lace cloth with yellow liner. 140:1: ; t-jjK
and Mrs. Thomas B. Hamiltonof
Mr Lora Brightman presided at the CAN >M. f
Hampton Luke, formerly of crystal punch bowl and Regina SAVE n.

Urookcr. Cockram served coffee from a silver
A garden wedding is planned at the coffee service. Assorted finger foods

home of the groom's, parents June 6. were served by Regina Cockram. PRICES EFFECTIVE THCIR3? APR. 30 THRU"
Following a wedding trip to South WED.. MAY 6, 1981. DUE TO OUR LOW

Teenage VolunteersTo Florida the couple is residing in T QUANTITIES PRICES WE NONE RESERVE SOLD THE OTO RIGHT DEALERS.TO LIMIT MOT

Gainesville.The RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGKAPICAl ERRORS.
Meet May 4 bride is a senior student at the '

Bradford County Hospital Teenage University of Florida majoring. in \\ Xj !
Medical Technology. ,
Volunteers will hold a meeting Monday -
Mr. Hutcheson graduated from the __
May 4, at 7 p.m. in the hospital
library University of Florida and is presentlyemployed

interested between the at Alachua General
girls age
of 14 and 18 please attend the meeting. I Hospital.CHRIST ::_ :


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'ynneuWater.s.a'dTimothy..Gaskins Muriel Norman Installed "" Did You Know........... *\ I

I Officer in MU State' Mr. and Mrs M.R..Judd and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. 'Herb Thomas took

t Wed. April 18 at Home Ceremony DKG Society Internat'l',. and Mrs.Douglas Hardy were among their granddaughter Michele McNe
I those attending the Cedar Keys Arts ly back to her home in Lakeland Sunday I
]Muriel :Norman was installed! as and Crafts Festival during the and Monday after spending
j Mr. and Mrs. Harold E Waters announce recording secretary: for the state weekend. days with her grandparents ;
( the marriage of their orgam/iit ion of Delta Kappa Gamma

daughter Lucretia Lynne to Paul I Society International during the Mu
Tjmothy Gabkins on.oC.Mr. and Mr. I ( State Convention at the Bayfront Con-
Freddie Gaskins all of Starke. coru.se in xi Petersburg, April 24-2S.
The wedding took place Saturday Allen in years of teaching and serving Portion of Proceeds for Tiffaney Norman

April 18 at 8:00: the home of as prim pal in the Bradford County -
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Newman In l schools}!Mem, Mrs. Norman Is now Cystic Fibrosis '
enjoying a well-earned retirement.She .
Interlachen. The nuptials were performed .-
by Mrs. Carl Beegs. Notary, hemmed member of the Society Fund ,
of Waldo a friend of the family. in l'!/4H\ and; i i.s:: a charter member of

Vows were repeated before the .. the Alpha Nu Chapter She served as
large stone fireplace in the living I"I president tor two terms and has been JPAil
room. The large silk floral arrangement Vice-president and chairman of many
centering the mantel consistedof \ I .r; committees. She has served as CAKE Mother's Day

burgundy ribrum lilies dahlias "., chapter t trcasurertorfifteen I years. WeekendSponsored
pink miniature carnations, yellow 'I On the Slate level' Mrs. Norman has
peonies, baby's breath and star served as chairman of the Research Muriel Norman DAY
flowers Lighted tapers were placedat Committee, t'uhlicalions and Publicity -
each end and fresh ferns stood on Commit :and of the History of 10 1981 By
the hearth. Mu Slulf Committee. She coauthored May Bradford CountyTimberwolves

Mr. Gaskins father of the groom, with, Kathryne Epperson, Madison Street Baptist
served as best man. "The Hisoli' "> ol' Mu Slate Volune 9 1
Church
Matron of honor was Dull Waters IV".She has also served as a memberof HomecomingMadison am Pm C.B ClubHampton

sister of the bride. She wore a floor the Scholjir.hip.:, ;Membership, and Street Baptist Church will
length knit gown and carried a single Achievement \.w'irds committees have their Homecoming this Sunday Bradford Fla.
stem burgundy silk rose accented Mrs. Norman ,is, very active in the May 3.Services. County
with baby's breath and white J First: 13:11'11'aureh< / of Starke and will begin with Sunday
streamers. "- presently set'IS Director of Media School at 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship Fairgrounds ADULTStarke
Given in marriage by her father 'I- Services She I is president-elect of the at 11 a.m. $2.25

and mother, the bride's floor length Retired Teachers Association and active After the morning worship Dinner Fla.
gown was made of white satin and in the Starke Women's Club. will be served on the grounds. At I 1:39( YA'LL
organdy overlay with embroidered In afternoon there will be a special
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burgundy flowers The scooped Did You Knew. time of music. There will I be singing COME

neckline was accented by a large ruffle brought by out of town guest as wellas @ O
I Receiving degrees from the University our local talent
She carried a nosegay of silk l' at Madison Street CHILDREN
ot Florida recently were: Sonya Evening services \
will be
flowers consisting of burgundy at regular .
.
rosebuds, white stephanotis and German Lynn Hildree< .. BAR George H. time with Church Training at 6:ISp.m. '-"" $1.75
Clou h. MS. In I. S
1"1'1 JD
Langer, and the
Matis accented with white Evening Worshipat7:30:
under 12
Deborah I ,M1( .o\'prn. JD. T resa Pastor
streamers.The p.m. Robert Gillis extends a
Rachel Ki'i|'prl i ..I l I Hampton was on
wedding reception was held in ) ,, warm invitation to the community to
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the |pr":-i ub in
the dining room. The bride's table join us our Homecoming activities.
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aiori'c|: M' i i "ic \\l/1lertluarter.
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was covered by a white Army Navy I
cloth. Matching silk flowers gracedthe ---

center, flanked by tile punch bowl ,
the bride's and groom's cakes. !
The three-tiered, pillared wedding
cake, made by Mrs. Paul Meng, a
family friend, was served by Mrs. .. ..1. L #$ JOIN'OUNTER
James Newman ami Mrs Sydney *
Newman, aunts of the bride The cake :Mr. and :Mrs. Timothy OasMns y VAVV

was decorated with flowers to match

the bride's color scheme and topped l.B. High School __

with a bride and groom. Between the Class of 1918 __ ,-
second and third layers were doves.At .
the other end of the table was the Has ReunionThe A : .\.,.. I

chocolate groom's cake. ......
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1913 class reunion of the Lake .Y .
Punch was served by !Mrs. Ronnie
Butler School, which there
at
Newman aunt of the bride and Miss High .i-jl' 1" <

kept Ava the Newman bride's, cousin book. of the bride, Wednesday were Mrs. seven, April graduates Collins 22, at,the was Burr home) held of "j Total It Op! Check It Out!

Myrtle in ; >
Rice bags, were passed by; Belh and
Tallahassee with the other two
remaining -
Jennifer Newman cousins of the
bride. graduates, Mrs. Bessie Kennedy
Bekle of Tallahassee and !Mrs
The bride who has been active in ,..,
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Adi Register Lawson of Starke. at- ,
4-11 activities will graduate! this June
from Bradford High Sl'hool.II"! tending. CRISP
The three women had visited each
Gaskins who was a 1979! graduate of
other in intervening years since 1918
Bradford High is at
employed 'amp but it was the first lime the three<< had
Blandmg The newlyweds are at
home to friends at the Pine Forest gotten together for a reunion. An
Apartments. afternoon of reminiscing was en 898 48

Among the immediate family and joyed.
relatives present were Mr and Mrs m-

Tommy Tatum, sister and
brother-in-law of the Lawtey groom,also Mrs.FlorenceWaters Did You Know..,..,.....

of Lake Butler and ..I.. .... .
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MM, Louise Newman! ; q(, Sterke,, ?. Mr,and.Mrs. Steve Weldon-Mao-" BOOMTY W 'r=kMklrL : FRESH FRESH TENDER ,
grandmothers of the bride, Mrs. clt'nny and Mr. and Mrs Jim Weldon GREENCABBAGE 9
Helen Dukes of Lake Butler and Mr. of Jacksonville and families visited I'O"I' TOMATOES GREEHrfSPEPPERS

and Mrs. P.J. Wall, Plant City, aunt their mother Mrs. Gladys Weldon ; ''
and uncle of the bride. during the weekend, who is confined



11ThS7'huni several;

laws Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth, ___Sorb_ .. BAVE20'
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while at Patrick AFB business.Mr. .
.,<.Willis oh Smith on

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Mr. and !Mrs. Thomas (Opie) and Mrs. Steve COtrtf ?.'.. :,;;". SAVE YOU COMPARE: eve"so,, :..r YOU '"S7I7 YOU "..".,., '
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RAYS! COMPARE!
Smith, Jr., announce the birth of a Kuechenmeister and daughter of St. I .Ise"Iq,.& ilrillr rylf .AVI! COMPAREQ.'y,J:" 4 ,..'yu;,.," '
son Thomas William born April 12 atShand's Louis, Mo., are visiting her parents Hit I Id.I i Z,.. ..CAN-PANTRY PRIDE!
!Mr and Mrs. W.B. and ( : FRESHLY PACKAGEDSlaworSalad "'
Teaching Hospital. Thompson Sauce ruARIll ()"EI49 46' Mustard69c !! Cocktail2/l 0J
Maternal family for a week. 48 B
grandparents are!Mr. and (XCNfcHli ii I MS 1 LB BAQ.RiCC h =
Mrs. Clyde Sumner, Sr., of Starke. : S LB PISH A HOY : I LB TRAY COUNTRY STANDMushrooms ,' """
Cat !11997C 8
Litter
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and !Mr. and Mrs. U.L. Brooks of __ (MONOGRAM)_ 7 !!: Cat Food 199 0I alp
Mrs. Buddy Smith of Starke. Williston were Easter weekend guestsof ot-m Mir t>"i.ij r:1: lot CAN.GREEN GIANT STEMS;PITftm ... RON20N/TXIN OH REGULAR! Y' "R ol.

their son-in-law and daughter Mr Fruit Punch__ aa Mushrooms_59* r:1: Spaghetti 5 9C r.J!! PLORIDA VALENCIA r.'T:

fa 1 id Ia In.-II Woull'\ and Mrs. George Copeland.Mr. Urm Hie I. olupus' lOol.VIQO OrangeslO/88 iD
toot
Kathy and Darrell Wooley of Starke > ASftTD mrtoif VAHIimt mviNOH DEL lOm. WESTERN

announce the birth of a son, David son. and Wade Mrs.visited Maurice Rev Overstreetand and. Mrs. Detergent ceitrnic nSweet,,./ 49c |90'| Yellow".. Rsen r''WIO.Aex' Rice,.unoRSIP_2/l. 10 Puddings.Drink 97c [!!J Anjou PearsLB. JJ,11 dy3
Darrell, born Tuesday! March 31, at ,.,
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5 48 p.m. in Alachua General Robert West in Gainesville, Ga. and Relish_69C [22J !Noodles 5/1 [201101:| pu PAM PRIOI GRAN t ]I.I::!i29 ALL PURPOSE ...
of Mr. and Mrs. Mixes.Jolly !! Onions Le2 8
Hospital, Gainesville. were guests Larry CENIKIC J I IIPancake JiSAVJfKlPffSSyi'.""" lass (YELLOW) :mj.
David weighed six pounds 10'' DeNvv: in Hartwell, S C. over the Uo'l 101son BUNCHS FRESHOnions M

ounces, and measured 21' long ? wcekemfMr / Mix.79c Kal Kan cATFooo4/l Pops 79 [!!j iGRrNN2/7J$aftQ\
ceramic i<> '> i \ i HA WH.I' Il.o
He joins a sister i Christina :Mane, PANTRY" PRIDE!CUT .
and r.l: r.I: 21 LS SAG.CHAMP PKG. CRISP CELLO
!Mrs
Huston McClane
21 months old.Maternal attended Noodles__77c L.J Green Beans_3lI !! :
: grandparents are Mr and the'\rtsand Crafts Festival at flH I6.." AN. "" <.>. !Mrs Clarence Hughes of Melrose Cedar Keys from Friday to Monday. Green Beans 3/9l r.l'T': ::: 22... MARIRIIALIANGARIC'.t' )I.f.:
Paternal grandparents are !Mr and Libby Beets_3lS4o 29': Lux Liquid 99c :::
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Mrs. Orbie Woolr-y of Ft. White. Mrs. J.E. Thomas of Crescent City .CeeANSPRAV!" ... .,
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r.:1: 3 JOJ CANS LE KO
and grandson Woodward of _
An Marty GlngerAle84
Maternal great-grandmother is JulceccRANBERRY--t69
Orlando weekend of Mr ) LJ! Pizza| 59tC 3a Peanuts 3/l EIJa4td
were
Melrose.. guests .
of BOILED
na Coury Ml MIC' I" < nn i i" l I lOll Sot CAM-SWIFT WAVLB > < ) !
Paternal great'grandparents( are and Mrs S.G. Denmark. Mrs Kitchen r:7.1 r:1: CAN. E!.P., RIO.OX DRIP I lot BOX. .
!Mr and Mrs. Otis Page( of Lake City, Thomas attended the Union County50th Bags79 !.!.: SausageVIEr-.NA39( ) L.J FolgersCoffee249LBCAN. r;] Generic Raisinsll29 0 nOCNERIC.
and Mr and Mrs. Gollie Wooley Ft High School class reunion in 41 ring" 10 County LAWN b LEAP .
r.-:1 .
Alachua Friday night. Black P-pper69c 40': r.=1 > DRIP 011 e.P. 2O LBBAQ
White. Glad 219
Bags_ ea
Paternal greal-great-grandmother Nn Folger3Coffee497LBBAQ g BirdSeed 369 @
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WINDOW
CLEANtHEasyOf "
is Mrs. Horton of Lake City. !Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and Ea RIO,DRIP ORE.P.Folger'sCoffee. CALIFORNIA JUICY.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harris celebrated Dog Burgers. ___ 229 f_9 9 20 $229 MK Lemons12/78c 21'O

Did You Know.......... Mrs. Johns' 50th birthday over the
weekend' by attending the Orange and

Mrs. Lota Yates of Valdosta is Blue football game Saturday at UK Del Monte

visiting her brother and sister-in-law, and attended the world tennis finals (iGREEPf
Sale for 10( Sunday at Amelia Island
Mr and !Mrs. Guy days. r BEANS

Seaman Airman and Mrs. Rex Mrs. V.V. Haien and granddaughter -

Anderson, Jr., of Homestead spent Debra Furlong of
the weekend with their parents, Mr. Gainesville were Saturday afternoon
and Mrs. Rex Anderson Sr. in Starke visitors of !Mr. and Mrs. M F. Hall'n

and Mr and Mrs. Nick Harper ir R
Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. H L. Hutson visited I
Mr and !Mrs. D.N. Jerkins and I

Freda Griffin, Cathy Fisher one daughter, Donna in Maxville Sunday

Pat Muse attended the Oedar Keys; afternoon.
Arts and Crafts Festival in Cedar TEA
Keys on SaturdayMr. Society editor's note have you MAXWELL HOUSE ARM & HAMMER SOFA fc PRETTY
noticed The Pecan Tree is still living BAGS INSTANT LAUNDRY 1

and !Mrs. II.A. Lawson spent and putting out new growth in The COFFEE DETERGENT TISSUE

Tuesday to Thursday of last week Pecan Room of the Garden WHITE!,ASSORTED OR PRINT
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson Restaurant in spite of the devastating OSNERII' / I

anr* family- in Tallahassee. fire recently? COUNT tOO 99 $369 650. $129 99: .1

Bloodworth !Mrs.John Griffin, Mrs. W H. Thom- JAR BOX li 193IOoz M
Miss Ellen: spent
Mrs. FJ. Shaw and I SAVE 1.40 80 FT. .
Easter weekend In San Jose, Cal. son Mrs. J.M. SAVE ]0' SAVE SI' '..
visiting Joe Scanlan. Blackshear are attending the Florida I eAVe II' .
Federation Woman's Club state con- -
vention in Lakeland Monday to Thurs-
and Eric attended '
Elzie Sanders
son. day. ,, ', : ,..Il ,.'- '. ,; .. .
the Sanders family reunion Sundayin I 1t./1 I :
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'l't- '20 .O.FF' :( .O.F.o" .
Brooksville.Mr. ' Card or Thanks SAVE;'20 CASH
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and Mrs T.H: ; Slade have ?fThefamiiy of the late? Frazier, v., Kefr ;: MAXWELL; HOUSE I S FARMBEST S 8 POSH W

returned after "'r u'' months at I ly. Jr.. wishes to extend to you their I I COFFEE S 8 p R.C..' COLA .'I'r;;

Lighthouse Point. -. 'many_thanks and appreciation givento I I 'If MAO" RtG ADI s .'ICE CREAM S PUFFS I H OR DIET:' RITE COLA :H; '
P. 011 DRIP | (11'
them through kind words, flowers, I I HALF GALLON SOUAHE, 125 COUNTASSORTED 8 PACK16oi )
Mr : "-. \/. Smith .daughter,.-Terri other "THT''CJI'PfI'H.OOD BOTTLE .
-food .
and 5 B .
gestures, rendered i TttHU "WIO MAY A 1981 WITH THIS COUPON OOOO WITH THIS COUPON OOOOHRU PLUS DEPOSIT '
and granddaughter) Kari Smith at- "Ytended.tha.feeFolliesatthecoliseum' ''them in''their'bereaved, nour.. May ;THRU WIO..MAY 4. IMI. 8 I WEO.HAY S. I.... CIP'.t' a*WITH COUPON 1 .'
.. ;' Saturday afternoon. R' ..' .jih-i ,i-t "' .""God.? forever*, ..X'v'bless" ""! .each.. of the>ou.Family. 1 'r aa,4or, .aaanI,1 1.. a..............r V.B"......iuiaaa>.,9. dosaoaaaom MAY alia ew.ISTABKE ia' .
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last minute dropouts made teams in its! group once. The two top I
things hectic for tournament coordinators finishers in each group, the Red and Tournament Schedule
and dropped the 16 to 20 team the Blue,then advance to a four-team
field hoped for down to 10 teams but double-elimination tourney that will
the show will go on as Green Machine decide the title. Friday NightEdward's 12:15 OP Businessmen vs. Stottler Stagg
and the Starke Kiwanis Club will hosta In the Red Division is Green
2:00 Sherod Van vs. Car Lot
Road Field :
major Softball invitational
this
!
Machine Sherod
Van Thompson's,
weekend, Friday through Sunday, and Drews and Car Lot of Lake City. 8:0: Green Machine versus Sherod Van 3:15: Thompson's Green Machine
May 1-3 in Starke.Starke'sMachine. The Blues are D&M Racing, Stottler 9:30 Waters versus D&M Racing 4:30 Drews vs.Sherod Van
,winner of its first Stag, Waters, Buck's Stove of Lake 5:45 Thompson's Car Lot
two tournaments this year, and O&M City, and the Orange Park 7:00 D&M Racing vs. Stottler Stagg
Racing of Jacksonville, one of three Businessmen. Saturday
teams that ended that Machine
streakat
Machine is the well-known name
last week's tournament in Cocoa, locally but probably won't have a Edward's Road
headline the field of 10 teams along Cakewalk to the title. At last week's 8:30 Car Lot vs. Drews
with Sherod's Van of Jacksonville, open tournament In Cocoa, another 9:45 Thompson's vs. Sherod Van Double Elimination Tourney
Stottler Stagg of Jacksonville, andThompson's round-robin affair the local power 11:06 Green Machine vs. Car Lot Saturday Night
Sporting Goods of Savannah lost to D''M Racing,Jerry's Cateringof 12:15 Drews vs. Thompson's
Georgia. Also in the field is! local Miami, and Senne Lumber of Edward's Road
entry Water's Bulldozing & Ex: Melbourne while winning four games. 2:(oU) Buck's Stove vs. Waters

cavating of Starke.A Jerry's, again ranking near numberone 3:15 D&M Racing vs. OP Businessmen 8:30 (Game) Red winner vs. Blue second
couple of major powers opted not in the world, squeaked past 4:30 Waters vs. Stottler Stag
9:45 (Game 2)) Blue winner Red secon
vs.
to come to Starke this! weekend so the Machine 26-25 and went on to take 5:45 Buck's Stove vs. OP Businessmen :
field is weaker than hoped for, but first with D&M second, Stottler Stag 7:00 Green Machine Drews
high calibre Softball should still be on third and Machine fourth. vs.
display when the top clubs get Sherod Van might be a surprise as Sunday
together.The it has picked up players from Westside Field
tourney has been shifted to a American National Stone and is rated
8:30 Stottler
round-robin format with the 10 teams by some as the equal of D&M Racing Stagg vs. Buck's Stove Edwards Road
being divided into two groups of five Thompson's is another pre-tourne 9:45 OP Businessmen vs. Waters 1:00: Winner game 1 vs. Winner game 2
and each club playing the other four favorite. 11:00 D&M Racing vs. Buck's Stove (game 3))


Westside Field

1:00: Loser game 1 vs. Loser game 2

THE (game 4))


Edwards Road

2:45: (G-5)) Winner game 4 vs. Loser game 3

4:15 (G-6) Winner game 5 vs. Winner game 3

(a 2nd title game follows if neccessary)
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High may not be the top ,astride winner at 4:30: p.m.with the
seeded team as the District 5-AAA Tornadoes (17-6, 7.3) going againstthe
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high school baseball tournament un- Santa Fe Live Oak victor at 7:30:
; folds this week at Perry Field on the under the bright Perry Field lights.
"MATLAWS ... C+ FREEZeR.cigkK' PICK 0'THI!CHICK' BONELESS BEEF BOTTOM University of Florida campus, that The finals are !set for 8:00: Friday
I MEAT* -111"211!" cOMBINATIOn ROUNDmCMVAUVVU distinction goes to Buchholz's: Bob- night.
STUFFEDCLAMS cats, but the Tornadoes may be the Yeah it's a good draw for us, bet-
ENTREES BIBS,PACKAGE, THIGH! C DRUMSTICKS" ROASTS hottest team in the field. ter than if Eastside had played Live
ALL YARIlTIEe Live Oak might argue that point, Oak," Hartley said of the brackets.
the Bulldogs have won eight in a Santa Fe. which expected to be seed-
$ PLA,09I1QA'PRE"8'U"GRADl H f $188300z row... but BHS has also won its last ed number four with a 5.3 mark had
$188 I 2. 10 eight games -- a streak second in the two district games it didn't account -
PKG. LB JHL LB school history only to the 10gametear for with designated games
PK.G. PKG.SAVE 30' PER LB SAVE ".00 PER LB the 1962: club started with before declared as forfeits at last Friday's
SAVE 8O" SAVE 30' finishing 126. And maybe more seeding meeting and the Raiders
remarkably has been the Tornado pit were dropped out of the seeds in favorof
YOU ."v'vAr you ....' ... tlN/. ching down the stretch. It's been 18 innings GHS. That pushes the
COMPARE ,, << jI 'lean: SAV"VOOpEcMtR COMPARE24o lImI.v.no.: PER SAVE LB! COMPARE aaaiiRl. .ImIITR".HII, BAY COMPARE ,:,:V::,,'. rAYI, since an opposing hitter managed Raiders up against strong Live Oak in
P.IC.' PER LII base hit Tornado round. "Santa Fe's
a against a arm. the opening got a
mCMVAUVVU SO A CHOICM ClnfCttCUj,ere. ..... In the regular season finale Friday lot better chance to beat them (Live
Sirloin Steak LB8298 4O PKO PAnTRy1RIDMAT' -| ...u..c.o..0 oAANn. .. nRNOOnoox q o"VITI1Y.....". night before a home crowd Scott Allen Oak) than Eastside would have,"said

s>st.BM VAIL**ODA '.0'000<1'.0'".C.. Grill Franks $198 H Variety Pack fl88 I.J BiscuitsII PRIDE oHv 1..1 l2J tossed a no-hitter at St. Augustine as Hartley, who hopes to stay away from
OVt I tf BONKIBW CHUCK r ......0 DlM1OIe. HIfTD. .AIAMBB BHS won 6-2 to improve its mark to Live Oak's ace pilcher Mike Jones.
BALLPARK
I40.PKG. 201 PKO KRAFT SLICED
Stewing I Beef LB$! 123 .IC m m c.m AA PU"'HO"oe' r:1: 418 r:1: 815fl r:1: 17-6 entering the tournament trail.
Olive Loaf $118 [20] Meat Franks-1 S0 CheeseA;: c.A.N 1301leol That followed Bill Goodge's no-hitter!

OVER 9 IBS FRESH VALLEY FRESHLY$1 38 HOVER u..PKG. HORMEL I 1 ,.rrnAr' YOU I6o PRO WHOLE MILK' MOZ2AHELIA against Macclenny last Tuesday night Hartley: "... I think
Ground Beef LB Little Sizzlers-$128 H COMPARE '11. .flitS. sm Cheese (AXELRODS: ) 198 to give the Tornado staff back-to-back we've got the best

J IBS SMOKED I r:1:1 AMERICAN 1601 PKO GENERIC i cut* fnmv9tOK"ION'At'<'''''ri t ANID no-hit games coming into a Thursday
Slab Bacon_LB/O9 W Cooked I ION PKO. IYILCS Ham SLICED ?1M i H 1 P ad33 0KOI Yogurts 3 3* t0'S BHS night came tourney when game.Middleburg The last reached hit off team in the tournament -

.... TO II le6.SMOKED! I 1 PKQ.MRS. FILBERTS' 1401 CARTON "MINUTE! MAID We just have to
CATCH WEIGHT!' WEST VIROIHIA' I rJ Kenny Clark for a single in the third
Lykes I cn I LB/8C L52JGame Sausages/fIOKtDLB$198, |LLJl2o ::: Qtr's. Oleo_58 QBISol : Fruit Punch _88 t..2J! : inning of the Tornadoes 16-4 victory.'He go out there and do it."

ge?AVO.O L L N ONA01 A NOCRCONNINM .PKQ..8UNNYIANB MEAT OR BEEP __. CUP PANTRY PRIDE' Sol CUP ASSORTED did it with the curveball,"
Hens_Ls98 L?!J !48 H SourCream78c N: Dean'sDlps48c rJ'0 Coach Mike Hartley said of Allen's
Sausage ..a/ oKeo, gem. "It was breaking good and he Not just Hartley but the other
/n-" YOU was throwing strikes with it. I'd say (tourney coaches! talked to are stress
COMPARE U-ifli-ia IVtUVDAV' lFi' 8AVE YOU COMPARE fitqfflTi:!! IvtnvoAv pKr... SAVE YOU! COMPARE I J.WU'ISV' :.tNN: ; SAVE YOU! COMPARE eNWIYRRPI 0INN:::N SAYIt he threw it 60 to 70 percent of the time.A ing pitching when assessing the tour
run couples of times he went curve on nament. Among the strongarmcd

.a FROZEN, PANTRY PRIDE' FLORIDA 41 M.AIHOI iOPT PE 0 UniKI........"NA I3o<.MILL' LANE FARM ..... 2000 FLUSHES 2-0 pitches and got"strikes on it so he throwers are Live Oak ace Mike
( r:1 with it. Jones Gainesville's David Lee 9-J
stayed
Juice (ORANGE) 2/88C N Final Net HAIRRPNAY9119 !! Choc. Cake_Evl" HFrench'Rolis"IZ79 Bowl Cleaner-119 [TO1] just Centerfielder David Sparks, with an 0.95 ERA and a no-hilter over

S..PNO+m NII INO.AAVNTWAN CNANfl (TUNer VIAL IANMr AN 2.Je. MUSI ERG.OR LIME DCODOPJANT 1201- DISINFECTANT bothered by back troubles all year, Keystone to his credit), the two who
CNICAgn.1A *
DinnersFREEZER 3P1 ,p Old Spice I 99 UBAUerest ;; EE1 Lysol Spray 179 |24'| ripped two doubles and was 3-for-4 nobody seems to want to face. Also in
., 2001 IOAF COUNTRY .-. .+ rent.ONI.D1AL UNPIN.-eeCNINC-- nrer with two RBI's to lead the BHS attack the tourney is Buchholz's trio of Stan
2401 r OIENPAflTHY FRIDE! I I 2A' S0' 2Y90c liLJ \ DIVIDPN SI!99 J36'| and raise his own batting average to Fascher (8-1) Mike U'ConneIl17-II.
Dinner Fries _79 H Tablets49 Bread (WHEAT) Chun King PACKS .267. the highest point for him all and Larry Lyons (6-3)( ); Santa Fo's
.MORTON TOOTHRRUSHeSOralB 1 2 PACK-PANTRY PRIDE MEAT I SERVE IS..CAN NIIN INL.NON year. Allen helped his own cause by Hobbie Ergle (4-2)); Live Oak's Phil
Fid; Chicken _?249 L2J| 1 99 iwi Dinner Rolls 2779 Blackeye; ;Peas 39 I 0 stroking two singles, one for an RBI, Washington, and of course the BHS
and scoring twice. corpsAllen, who is 5-1 with( a 224:
Goodge broke out of a slump with a ERA 84 strikeouts! and only 26 hits
PANTIlIf PRIDlt 2-for-3 night that upped his average to allowed 56'.1: innngs! : Uoodge. now
BEETS .350 while shortstop Kenny Clark, the 4.3 with a team-best 1.63 EllA to KO
f R 1 HCIDl MOl |' team leader at .457, went l-for-3 with with 56 strikeouts and At: hits allowed
his second triple of the season to keepa in 5l''" innings; Clark. 5-2 on a 4ir;
hitting streak alive. ERA and 60 K's and 31 hits in 40 inn
Mike Jordan a senior starting ings; and fourth-man David Sparks
down the stretch run of only his se- who has! been effective when used
cond season of baseball pumped his 13-D. 164 EKA. 16 strikeouts and 16
batting average up to ,364 (4-for-ll hits in 17 innings)I.
0 1 with an RBI single in two at bats.
Hartley said Allen will throw the
Ricky Sullivan was l-for-2 with a
stolen base! and Randy Parado l-for-3. semifinal game with Clark due to
the finals "But if it's close
OIL pitch a
Also over .400 entering the tourna-
: Johnson with 23 ballgame and I have to use him Kenny
sAvEtoON7 SAVE 20' ment is Chuck (.408
IVORY U.5oz BAR SAFEGUARD 2 UNIT Del Monte KBI's. and four doubles). Mark will be in relief that first game."
ERLANGER SUPER I EARLY JUNEPEAS. Williams is at .311 and Allen is i hitting the BHS coach added." "You have to
SOAP SOAP $126 267. win that first game.
The District draw had Eastside The District 9-AAA championmoves
BEER
((5-14 overall, 0-10 in district) versus on to the Region; title game
TETLEY 100 COUNT dftITETLEY 36 COUNT 894Q Gainesville ((21-10. 5-5 at 4:30: p.m. scheduled for Tuesday night. May 5,
and Santa Fe ((15-9. S-S with two against the District 6-AAA (Ocala
PACK$229 BAGS 2 09 FAMILY $225 : forfeits) versus Live Oak (17-11( 7.3) area) winner. The 5-AAA champ Is
TEA BAGS
Iz.L BTL'n R. SAVE 7' at 7:30: Wednesday night April 29. In due to host Regionals and Hartley
games! today Thursday April 30. laid should BHS win the District titleruesday's
.. Buchliolz S2-5.. 8-2) faces (the GHS Region game would pro-
.
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..,c..IPfCTINI YNONN, NOUN.SO TNMO. NTD....NAYSSI. ., .! MJK IO..Oum. IOW MICI*Wf.. ........TUB.. HINT.0 o1'A bably be set for 7:30: p.m. in Starke.
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G' ntQTomatoes Spring Football Starts Friday
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'arta: POOOPAIMWHitSAVBVOtfFlOReOn! CK4K TOTAL rOODe'LLo"WE WILL
School starts after
.'"' P High Friday .Junior-Senior game is Friday, May
U.S..CA.CONTADI. I
39 L 10' 1 Double the Difference in Cash! riji school, with the Tornadoes continuingthe 22. giving next)year's! 'squad just three
ci; : FREE! conditioning work they've been weeks of full-tilt
HBHI-fl NOWTP T04J CAP tIMD IOW'*OVCHALt HICe+ 151 CAM.DEL MONTe .PO<>O PAIR WIlL DO .. PRINT PROMVCMIN met after school
GJ: THI IPIMENY AHVOTMtH iWJ.CpMAIIHef IP THEIR TOTAL iOtVeH ON 29 STERN *B IM'CT! Of
.s I Inach2I89 D COSTPIO Noe LOON THAPI"2O DO'IIIKflO YOUR FOOD PAIN ITIMIXCfr HCO1STCH' t> *fC? KOOACOIO FILM At TIME! before suiting up in full pads and gear last Tuesday to organize their efforts.
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Going through undefeated with a pionship name to complete a five- Whitehead 1+Umrd ,All olio out hlVlhevhelium finals! Whitehead wiis"5-for-5'arid'' '' HIIS at District baseball semi's') (7ati: ,, l Perry( Held
uf the hll 3-for-3. .
.583 team batting average NAPA Auto game waltz through I the tournament >l.- i- : Haul'l':UII .'r
Parts of the Lake Butler men's league The winner's only close game of the NAPA hud! opened ''''''It.l1l18-3, fivp- Wall-is/ took fourth. The Starke (Jainesyillo) '
powered through the Gainesville Tire tourney came against Waters inning/ victory over M.'i.ves guilders & ten in i-clKi'd/( Buck's Stove of Lake City fillS at| ll District girls Softball semi's <1.1( : invitational held at the Lake Butler- Bulldozing of Starke in its second Kluctric: tll Starve; mId after rallying B-8 to open as Danny McKinney singled BUS. boys & girls at Region track meet ( DOIdCit\ )' :i:00)
Union County Rec. Complex last outing. Waters built up a 91'ad" and III bout Waters wtuu' on to defeat! homo Kill Uutliff with the winningrun
weekend. was up 11-3: into the sixth inning as Southsidc Church of God i.f Stnrko in'(lie bottom of the seventh. After Friday, May 1-
NAPA downed W.W. Gay to win the Donald Wheeler clouted (three home 2-1-12 before mcetiiiH (ray 'the first the toss to NAPA Waters came backto (li'oen Machine-Kiwanis softball tourney opt'tlS| > -. '
championship ripping 14 home runs But NAPA all the lime. eliminate Hayes :;-4 as Ricky Bennett -
runs. came wny (1'ville) ,
Field
to blast the Gainesville club 32-12 in back to within II./ )! LInd then won when Pitcher Gene Kmilersoiv wits who had homered earlier, District! baseball finals (Ferry ,
the winner's bracket finals and then Harold Esford:: smacked iI i three-run warded the MVP trop/jy/ after" hitting df'h I U'l'd a sacrifice fly to score District: girls Softball finals (1:30.. VVestsitlo ( C1'villelSaturday !
taking Gay 21-12 in Sunday's cham- homer with Bob Dyal and Tim my 722:! with three\ ; homt." funs u/ji'J'/ pl'OI'dlll Donal,1I'hcc'ler' in the top of. the last. : May'2Gwen "
Winning' prfch.nin md( up-thu- << middle lfleiiM Tnniny Whiiehead liriun Johns smacked two homers Machine-Kiwanis, softball tourney. continues. '
delivered I the best hllfllllIv'ragt/ apiiHT" and Fred Wheeler and Charlie .
Hayes Takes Over Lead:( with a .762 weekend std luur UK's Green added circuit shots. Waters hit Sunday, May :f--
while Marvin 'l'ornl eight out ina 24-11 win over Southside
I lI"lIlIllIt .722 with /: i 1Vlachine Kiwanis.tow'ney
Finals uf Green -
throe IIOHUMS Itomne I'olk mill Dick Kstatf; with Donald Wheeler and
After Week of Close Games Wheeler led the cliainpioiiN in homers Tommy Wise each tagging. two. Thei
with six apiece Polk hit .084, Rodney un emli-il against Dre'vs' in the thirdplace Tuesday, i May 5-. ,
llollon( .116'1< ( Toby rillliiw 571.' iiliflVhwlcr !game: its the Luke City team I Region baseball hosted by District 5-AAA winner ((7::JO(> if
\ .;.1124.W'he'eler won I it I :5McKinney; .
Three out of four league games Hayes, which also: had I Dinky Kilby HIIS)
7for10 ( ( while
close last week with league pouiideil lour out in thefirst was .7,1OJ i1A1 uinncr <4 :00
District 5
were
3-3. and Duvid Gain's.Ild Ronnie Region girls softball hosted by -
win over liny: with 1'ulk! and 0.) U'lu'oli'i'hit" 63(5( with five homers.Tommy .
favorite Hayes Builders & Electric Kilby 2.3.Roger Tonilinson both cluutiiiK three." In (he Wise .503: and Johns .526. if KIIS) ,
twice to take first
surviving over Mil/.el doubled for I lie only
place. extra base hit for Olin's !Mobile
Hayes (3-0)( ) handed Olin's Mobile Homes. f

last Homes Wednesday its first loss but by then a 10.0 just count did Kturkc Stars" I II I.a wiry II" Lake City; Club; Wjns;: Brooker Church Tourney, Kingsley 2nd I

escape an upset bid by Lawtey Mon The Stars sl'ntlU l'unllt'ls.ICI'IISS: (ho

jay night, winning 54. plate in the second inning and held on Church of God I ol Lake ',City Kinsley\ ( which started with an 8-2 Episcopal / Presbyterian was 0.2, Dwayne lIardll' $.12 with a pair of
to the lead from that point to gel their sleainrolleil Iliroughthe' Hronkor PTA win o\er the Lake City Church of God (, eliminated by Waldu 12.11 in the doubles.
Men's first league win of 1'JIII. church soltliiill tourney undefeatedbut If team und an H-3 victory over! losers bracket. Church 01 CJorl relied mostly on its
Open James Curtis went J-l'or-5 will) a Slarke's lake defense but IvadiiJf. hitter John
Kindle Riiptlst!, Starlit' s Church of (God came back in
double and scored four I lines to pace Church of God ami 1st !Melliodist! t the losers) bracket (finals: to drill The leading local littler for the Thompson. balled i)2) i13! : > and both
Softball the winners. Stephen Spell) was :M, Church finished md weekend !Mark and! Charles McKinneyhad
seeuiul.! third, Starle Church of God 20-3 to gel to the was Kingsley's Terry Mostly
Randy Andrews 2-3: D.ir>! Thornton hKuigsley' championship game.Starke Hardve, who ripped the ball at a sizzling live hits\ while Hobby !Martin
\pril27 2-4 with a double and Kdunrd: Trews! Luke vvlii'-h' / won three Church of God hud two wins i .B57! pace ((12 of 14) with a triple doubled in Ins, only a'' ba'
Olin's 10 Stars 8 11. games, lost only l lu> LiiluCity'/ ('hur'ch over I huntsville Baptist t of Lake City, and I 3! doubles. Also for Kingsley Lake Gareth Joiu-.s \\ cut l -lor-9 1.617)( ; )
Wayne Test on was 3-:) with a pair of God, and Deg! Alvarez U-of-I5) with homer with doubles lend! :Methodist's
Larry Green and Roger Mitzel ol' gave the tourney wlnn'rsllieir both by 5-4 scores, and also was a two to
singled and scored in the top of the doubles and both Frank and John only real tussle! in the fuwlshel'ol't ( /imino"ctol, \! Methodist 4-2 to wrap triple, and double; Coolidge (iassettwas regulars i in hats ulg(average: but Kevin
seventh to break an 8.8 tie and Olin'sshut Wood 3." to lead the I Wildcats. t falling :2.1 19. The Lake City ul'| third place.iVG'th'xhst fifor12ilh 2 homers; Curtis. Tillman (Hour extra base hits) and
down the Stars in the bottom of S..ndlnr./vr,,,... Wdn.IoI club hold winched: Kpiio; ')il / [ I. a 17-1 winner over Waldo ('I'u'cII'dl'nt 11-21 with four extra Doug Reddish vserc( bull right behind
the last to preserve its second win sins .: "I I'rrshyttnai, ol SKirMd,, : (; I. '1st! t Ha pi ist in its opener, came back from base: hit--, Dennis Crawford was 9-22 atii-lor-Huml: Pat .Vliiiiilorlf and Scott!
Monday night Edwards:: Road field. Slarki'Sl.irs i ilaiwle MelhixlM! \ 2. ..n'1 I l\ 'UC-l<", l.jheIJ its IL) -, to LC Church: of God to with four doubles Dennis Elder was folk were both H-10. !Nelson; Green
Down 7-5 Olin's had taken the lead ) WIk"l. I :in I lull liruiit|"' l '?" II inters" l'llfI1"di.I"ldo' 9-5 before tailing to 7 It with ;a i triple., Roger Bennett 4-7 went 4-4! with a double Ricky Johns
with a three-run sixth inning before In i i- \ri( Kiiiule, with twn Hit s and a triple: and was 7-14.

the Stars tied the count once more as .--.---
Jeff Johnson scored in the bottom of

the sixth. AMERICAS: FAMILY! DRUG STORE !
Ralph Gilpin was 2-for-2 and Joe You're going to like
Bulante 2-for-3 for the winners while
Craig Sapp went ;3-for-3 for the Stars
and got help from Randy Andrews
2-3.: and James Curtis, who doubled Pharmacy.
home two runs in the first. ourr <'-
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11,1\I'Si: Lantvy Wildcats (. '.i<, ., ,. ; ,.t!. -.b.un.iK WhO are gOing to I It
Hayes) won a defensive struggle / ,., "i,1IMr UiuU' .11" co"'p"," is'"'. "ll T ?, I.iKe contrHiing, education' II i 1'1,
against the Wildcats Monday night, t tau r b' n I "I.. moot .qi' i: .I i iii- ? ':< <-ii.i' ui, di'velopmejits in drugs I
holding on despite doubles in the bottom I ht.y ,,,1\\0.1/" try 10 saroc you ''i>.n'f, t) ottering Senor, Cui/en' discounts 0n
of the seventh by Wildcats Mike ;; ,r; did grneiL drays "" "Ctll'Vt', {pi\,.. i L i> r n 11'\ ..MI! also save you time, by
Brown and Spud Massey. i: ,;,;,'/,/// ( un.Lintl' t''Pt( bout" Jai" k. i "''fi "t' .. I'i ';;/.:'// "
Down 5.2 entering the last the '!' "JPi V' ',>,, ;:" ,
Lawley club pushed Brown and Marvin :
home with .,:(" ;,\/; ; .t, ,,' ., ,,;.::', ,
Norman two outs to get / ,, .
close but Hayes shortstop Stuart Duncan $ / *" "//4/////1'' """'" 1<;,';IW; {' tr.1w': ( i" /f 7".wW" ,7// !,{/r_ r* .. N "' ''\'' '''m $ f '' ff V'''' '' '
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handled end the
a popup to game.
Duncan was 3-for-4 and Ben : "
Padgett 2-for-3 to lead the winners
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while Krank Wood was 2-3 with a double
for Ixiwtey.IB I > I 1. _. I .

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Ha>cs pitcher Jim Lewis and his I' 1'I I Schick '.':;*/!-
defen.se blanked Olin's Mobile Homes "
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on just live hits in their win last i I

Wednesday.David i .. ..,. YlA-
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r ISJtfe Girls Take 10-6 Mark Into District Tourney I Kingsley Lake, list 1 JM-ethodist,

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Two tough teams
dealt Bradford
High's Lady Tornadoes losses in Tornadoes had Keystone on the ropes Gainesville High go against Eastside, champion. The District 5-AAA winner
Softball but the BHS girls still will girls brIng three Friday but the Lady Indians scored both at 4 p.m.at Westside Park.In the will host the Region game. Set Up 1st-Place Game;
a 10record Into this week's times in the bottom of the semifinals Thursday, April 30, Brad- Sharie Hankerson brings the top
District 5-AAA tournament seventh to pull out a 7-6 win. ford plays the winner of the GUS BUS batting average into the tourna
Clay High and Keystone Heights Bradford is seeded second for the Eastside game at 4:00: while Buchholz ment with her .500 season. Sharie has Kingsley Lake Baptist and First Brooker's only extra base hit and Joe
both favorites in their own upcoming tournament behind Buchholz. Both challenges the Santa Fe Live Oak scored 25 runs out of her leadoff spot Methodist set up an early-season bat- Robinson was 1-for-l, reaching base
district tourneys, snapped a three will ended 8-2 against district clubs and victor at the same time. Friday's in the lineup. Vonda Kay Hall is hitting tle for first place tonight as both wentto all three times.
game Bradford winning streak with get first round byes. finals are set for 4:30: with the winner .415 with 19 RBI's and seven.extra 2-0 with wins last week. Gary Robinson was 2-2 with a triple
In first
wins over the BUS girls. The round games Wednesday moving on to the Regional playoffs base hits. Mashell Brown leads In Kingsley bounced\ the Jr. Stars 17-2 for Madison St. and Bobby Eppu was
Lady Santa Fe was to meet Live Oak and against the 6-AAA (Ocala area) runs batted in with 24 and First Methodist slid by Pine 1.1.

Level Baptist 7-6 to set up a 7:30: p.m.
April 27
I Phillies and Indians Share Lead Westside ,Field 30.showdown The winner tonight won'topen Church of CJod IT Calvary I
Loop Both Have 3-0 MarksThe Thursday April Church of God tumbled Calvary
wide in the
up any gap league Baptist from the unbeaten ranks by
Phillies and Indians both won thoughnot Church of God, Hope
for the Rangers out-base-hitting the losers( 22-4 'and
twice last week to stay neck-and-neck April 23 Suns 20 Rangers 16 Baptist, and Calvary Baptist right recording an easy 17-1 win.
: at the top of the Minor League.\ April 21 Leadoff Indians 19 hitter- Tigers Ed 11 reached Wayne Prevatt and R.G. behind the leaders with 2-1 marks. Sam Bassett went 4-for-4 with a
Douglas
Buckwalter
April 28 Phillies 23 Twins 4 busted two doubles double and Mark Mosely. Bubba Cole,
base 1 out of 4 times and scored 3 runs
Phillies Matt Whitehead and Rick apiece, Terry Berry had a triple and
1& Tigers 8 Kimutis and Harvey Smith were all 3-for-4 fur
Rick Kimutis and Hal Davis banged both homered, Darin Patterson to 1911.spark the Indians past the Tigers single, and Craig Wise and A. Wood Men's Church Church of God. AI Waddell,' who( was
two triples each for the winers while cracked a triple and double, Chris each scored three times for the win- 2-for-4 and Smith both doubled and
Chris Noegel singled and scored three Noegel smacked two doubles,and Hal Jason Johnson, Mitch Gray,Dennis ners. Wise had two singles. SoftballApril Blaine Dyal was 23.
times, Bill Davis doubled\ to lead the winners Anthony Darmenia homered and Griffis
Hamilton was 2-for-3 witha hit big- Glover, Bart Neighbors, amnd Jim- doubled and James McNeal tripled, tripled for Calvary.
attack.
triple Ron Zurfluh and Rob Powers went 2-2 with a triple my Langley all scored twice for the :doubled, and singled for the losers. Episcopal: / Presbyterian IK Jr
Kirby Joe winners and Mark Strickland slappeda
Alvin Jenkins added Stars H
Hildebran both had and Tim Lewis 2.3 with a three- three hits in-
two hits for the double.
losers and bagger for the Twins. cluding a double, and Andre O'Neal Hope 21 Pine l..eelll 1 Jeff Belcher Buddy Paterson. and
Billy Whitney and David Ray Nettles doubled for the Tigers.
Lizenoee stroked doubles. and Tim Wilkerson had singles Hope Baptist broke a 4-4 draw witha Connie Curfluh all had three hits as
five-run second inning and went on the St. Marks 1st Presbyterian; com
Indians li: hawley Suns I to defeat Pine Level 10 bination claimed its first victory.
Baptist by
Jason Johnson homered, tripled, Dominos Take Lead But Rowdies Just BehindThe Tuesday night. Belcher and Paterson both slammed
and scored three times to pace the Indians Brad Russell, Duane Searle, and doubles while Ben Padgett tripled
to an easy win over the Suns league favorite Dominos Joey Dampier all had three hits for and Rick Brazwell was 2-for-l: for the
a base hit for Slaves the
Lawtey's as
Tuesday night. outscored three opponents by a com- Women's Softballhome the winners with Searle and Dampiereach winners.
Dennis Glover was 2-for-2 with bined Dominos played vacuum cleaner Randy Alvarez scored three times
a triple 51-1 margin to take its accustomed smacking doubles. Steve Henkle
Mark Strickland delivered a dou- spot at the top of thewomen's run, Susan Wilkerson also defense last Thursday night. added an inside-the-park home run. and Randy Wheeler went 2-for-2 for

the ble,Indians.and Jimmy Langley was 1-1 for Open League but the smacked a four-bagger, and Darlene April 22 Greg Alvarez and Doug Mains were IheJr. Stars,
Rowdies also won easily and loom Evans was 2.3 for the Saints. 4-for-4 in the losing cause with Mains \I'il21
Wayne Prevail was 2-for-2 and Just a half game back with a 2-0 Susan Batten and L. Sheffield both Dazzlers 7-Saints6 cracking a double. Richard Crane Church <>f Gal IK ItriMikrr. 1 II 1
Terry Berry 1.2 for the Suns record. had two hits in the losing cause. Pokey Jenkins singled Kathy Mor- was 2-4 with a triple. Church of God pushed 7 runs across
April 28 row home with one out in the bottomof in the fifth inning to keep ahead of
Twins 18 Lawtey Hangers 17 Dominos 12- Dazzlers 0 April 23 the seventh to send the Dazzlers to Bntoker :5 Madison St. 3 Brooker Baptist Friday night April
Rob Powers homered for the win- Terri Parrish clubbed two doubles Rowdies II Alligator Creek 1 their first win- a 7-6 thriller over the Defenses dominated( in this game 24.
ners and Powers,Jason Stanwix-Hay, and was 3-for-4, Joy Mains drilled a Ginny Kilby was 3-for-4, Fritzie Saints. Tuesday and it was the Brooker Bap-- Harvey Smith busted an inside the
Tim Lewis and Jamie Whitehead all homer and Marian Walmsley was 2-3 Stoppelbein 2-3 with a double Audrey Dominos 28 Alligator Creek 1 tist defense that dominated the most, park homer and John Thompson went
scored three times. Lewis had two for the winners. Stoppelbein,as the Linda Cubbedge smacked 2 HR's stranding 10 Madison St. runners on 4-for-5 to lead the winners. Also AI
Saints 17 Rowdies picked up their second win. and was 3-for-3,Joy Norman homeredand base, including the tieing run in the Waddell Tom Bailey, and Sam
hits.James McNeal scored three times Barbara Telken- Alligator Creek 3-fcr-4 2 Dominos I II I Slaves 0 doubled and was 4-5, and Marian top of the last.Winning Bassett were 2-3 and Daryl; Milliard
went with a Only Gail Crews (2-for-2)) managed Walmsley went 3-4, scoring fourtimes pitcher Crosby doubled for and Charles McKinney both slapped
doubles.

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ingent every step of the way towards couldn't have caught Pam with a ) r fans) 7*. BaHliilde (tt:> 51, Santa .F.. (SFI 110, I
the Florida state high school track lasso. Her 220 win was even easier as Gainesville. High (CHS)46',,.Live Oak field championships. Today, Thursday the BUS sprinter blew the field away "'_............6NR"Pis'M''' A ri'
l, Put- Black April.30, the members of the before the first turn and won in 25.6. Shot
NYER! (BUS) 32-1 DlMw' Juhiu (Bu) 106-1... 4> +11a'1I
Bradford High boys and girls track Smith did the same in clicking off a ERMA HAMM (BUS) 711-... 8)) JUANITA BET-
teams who survived the cut at last 59.2 440 to shave another one-tenth of 'PERSON I BUS)72-1,!_a Jump- Harris(IE! 10-0..
week's District 5-AAA meet will try to a second from her school mark. And 41 KIM BHS SLOCUM 19-S (BHS) 13-41,. 6) LOUETTE..
SMITH( )
Jump-Dlckny(Bll)451)
move on through the Region II championships with Hawkins opening with a 61.6 leg r 1 SHIh-I.A! SEARCY (BUS) .... .) (tied'TYF
held at Dade City Paco. and Smith closing with a 59.5 anchor FANY GRIFFIS (BUS) 44lltH. .
Just as at District, where the top the mile relay foursome (Shiela Scar lew hur4l.l' < ," (Bui. IS3.2>DAWNCER--
NYER I BilS) 163. '100.1)) PAM HAWKINS BHSI
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four in each event won tickets to cy and Kim Slocum in the middle)
108 ((95 yardnMUS( prelim>" Md. Dolder (GlB
Region the top four at Region had no trouble in winning with a 4:100 :03 4)) TYFFANY GRIFFIS (BHS) 8:01.: 61; r9 .
(comprised of four districts) qualify clocking that tied their school record. MICHELLE STILLWELL (BUS 6:28: 440 ...... ,;1 5 I
for the state class AAA champion- The "S.troop" mile medley unit of et4rk Live Oak 51.3.
40II LOUETTE SMITH(BItS I 1.19 21(broke /w
ships to be held Friday, May 8, at Yvonne Sanders,Slocum,Searcy, and school rectrd)... 3)) SHIELA SEARCY BHS own))
Winter Park's Showalter Field. Meet Smith ran to a second place showingin 112 8. S) KIM SLOCUM BHS) 68.2. :He two i
time today and at the state meet is 4 4:38.7 and Searcy, Slocum, Tyffdny ......,.. Howell Bu) 49 1. S> DAWN CERNYER
I BHS)81.2.SMIlh.,(au)1,11.1..1), TYMANV Oil*
Erma Hamrn
Griffis, Dawn Cernyer 7
p.m.The ni((6)41))Ill., .. 4)KIM COHINS((646)) ,",I.II)CAROL s
Tornadoes have 13 individual and Kim Cohens also qualified in individual ruuiu(am)3...4.
qualifiers and five relay units set to events. Mil MWtoy l.l.rBuchholi 4S3.I: 21' BRADFORD -
vie for honors at Region. That after a "I couldn't believe I that 880," (Sanders. Slocum. Searcy..Smith. 4:38.11.:
1JO- II PAM HAWKINS(BHS)2>t 1 MIU-Dolder
District meet that saw the Lady Tor- Revels beamed after Griffis, Cohens, GIIS 10'4B.,. 5> TYFFANY GRIFFIS (IBHSI
nadoes close fast to place a comfor- and Carol Fusscll went 345 "Those, 13:54, 6) MICHELLE STILLWELL I Bus) 14:31. 1a
table second behind Buchholz and the are the best times they've run in their MIl.'.!.,-1) BRADFORD I Hawkins/ 616,Slocum
664. Searcy 626 Smith 39S 4 100 (licit school
Tornado boys finish fourth in the six life," he added, referring to Cohens record) a T
team district. On the girls side it was and Kussell
Buchholz shooting out early to win As expected Steve Marks was the wd+s Boy Team Rmuliii.( : Sanla Fe (ISFI' 113,
with 97 points to Bradford's 79, with leader for the Tornado boys The versatile Buchholz IBuI) 114. Gainesville HS(G) 60, BRAD-
FORD (BUS 65, Ettntslde (CE)at,Live Oak I ILO
Eastside((53)),Santa Fe((50)), and GUS senior qualified for four of the 23
(46'a( ) bunched tightly in positions five events he entered despite not ', .._...,.......INS plcrsPel
345. "I knew they were going to hurt having his best day in any of the \/..... Malnaker (CS"'I II.D... 4) KENNETH
BRIGHT l BHS 10-0.5))WILLIE HILL(BHS)9OTrlptoJum .
me but I didn't know they were goingto events. Marks took second in the 220 *.Akridge IG''427'a ihMrirtStricklandSh
get me so early," BUS Girls Coach (123.4)) but just did qualify with fourths ( 'I 42.It)',, 2)) BRAD HILDRETH'CBHSI( 42.1.> .
Buddy Revels said of Buchholz's easy in the long jump ((20-10)) 100 (10.4), i 31. STANLEY CLARK BHS I ) 40-3'i' Dlicui-Jones s
team victory After the Bobcats picked and 44i) ((53.4)), Marks nosed leamate SFI) 127-1... 6)) BRAD HILDRETH.. BHS) 104-7. -,
1.q JUIKIH Johnson (ISF 21-S 4)STEVE MARKS
up 16 points in the 110 hurdles to Ronald Davis out for the last Region (BUS) 2010H {
open up a 29'i point spread at the spot in the quarter mile. Davis, winning .hlun,..DavisG)6-0.2))DON PORTIS(BUS)
meet held at Santa Fe's oval Revels the slow heat in a breeze, clocked 3-8 110 Mph hUN'l Perry I Bu)114 S ,00.Campbell
(Bui 99.. 4) STEVE MARKS I BHS) IO4 Mll) -
remarked "They just blow you awayin 1515: Griffis and Stillwell Hang DetaulelH (G) 4:33... 61) RICHARD WARREN
one event." The shot put was a good event for 1 BUS 4,S3.
The boys battle was a humdinger as the Tornadoes as Brad Hildrcthi TogetherLady 440 '..,. Eamnlde 49 0... 4)) BRADFORD 3. .
Santa Fe's Raiders smoked muscled the ball 42-1'2' for second Tornadoes Tyffany GriffU. AkrldgeG) S02.. 4) STEVE MARKS BHS) 11a1 :'
everybody in the field events and then and Clark threw a front and Michelle Stillwell were run- 63.4... ......91.) RONALD DAVIS (BHSI 33: S. JJO
place Stanley per- .1.$_ Perry (Bu) 41.2. SM- Adams (C) Hawkins to Davis in the Medley Relay
came from behind to win the mile sonal i record 40-3''t for third. Also Don ning third and fourth at tills junctureof 2'04 8. Mlle M."'.,..1...Live Oak:3:39: ,2)) BRAD-
relay at the tape to claim a 115-114 Portis cleared 5.6 for second in the the mile run and ended up fourth FORD 3.SI I Portia Davis. Hawkinn. Jones). Mile Herbert Hawkins number 25. and Ronald Davis 3, exchange the relay baton
decision over Buchholz. CHS edged high jump Kenny Bright went over (Griffis) and sixth in the four-lapper. ..1.,Santa Fe:3'33.. 4)) BRADFORD 3:40,4. enroute to a third place finish In the mile medley. I

Bradford 60-55 for third 10.0 to claim fourth in the pole vault
Highlighting the meet for the Tor- and Curtis Jones came across third in
nado girls was freshman sprinter the 2.mile run with a 10:29: time that is
Pam Hawkins double wins in the 100 less than six seconds away from the
and 220. another easy win for the school record (110:23.11.)
unbeaten mile relay unit, and Louette All three BUS relay units will be at

Smith's 440 championship. Region, as the medley unit of Lane,
Hawkins had to run just 95 yards to Herbert Hawkins Davis and Jones WpO9W
win the 100 as officials placed the came in third at District and the mile

wMH finish line tape on the wrong line but and 440 foursomes took fourth.



Giants Only Unbeaten TeamThe

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Giants scored IS runs for the second Crews doubled, Maclie Jenkins was
straight timebeating the 3-4 with a double
Braves 15-2 last Wednesday to sit atop
the early-season Major League with a April 24
2-0 mark. Wets 7 Lawtey Blue 6 OUR
Catcher Steve Jone: clubbed a PHILOSOPHY

Dixie Major three-run home run in the first inning
and then bashed another in the fourthas

BaseballApril the Mets overcame Lawtey Blue.

Jones was 2-for-3 for the game ISTO SERVE YOU A

while for Hal the Woods victors.went 2.2 with a double '

Timmy Seely was a perfect 4.for-4
Dodgers 7- Mets 4
for Blue while Jeffery McClellan
The Dodgers managed only hit ,
one
smacked a home run, Tammie Gid- IIAHBURGERTIIAT'S
against Met pitcher Dude Paladinobut
dens doubles
and
two both Chris
scratched out six runs in the
Cribbs
and Robert
Starling w"4
fourth inning on three errors, two
walks, and Stacey Green's lone singleto I auley Cold; J:> lIodgl'rs 21
hand the Mets their first loss. Gold batted around and came up I BETTER THAN
Winning pitcher Jimmy Wilson hada with 10 runs in the top of the fifth to
fine night toostriking out 10 bat- stay on top of a wild hitter's game at
ters while allowing five hits. Pratt t St
Steve Jones doubled for the losers The Lawtey team had six hits for
while Brian Whitehead was 2for3. extra bases with John Berry homer- THE OTHER GUY'S.

Braves ing, Samuel Demaggio cracking two I
27 Lawtey Gold I II
doubles, and Kim Gowens, Dale Nor-
The Braves pounded 28 hits, nine
and
man Jamey Crews all
clouting
for extra bases, and three for home doubles
runs in blasting Lawtey Gold 27-11
Stacey Green and Jimmy Wilson
Monday night in Lawtey were both 4 for.4 to lead the Dodgers
Leadoff hitter Richie Taylor went with both slamming homers and 1
6-for-6 with a double to spark the winners ANDWE'RE PUTTING
while doubles. D. Williams raced around for
Chris Douglas ((3-for-3))
Brad Green .
Tom Watson ((2-2), and David a triple went 2-5

Williams ripped the homers Lloyd April 23
Gilpin added a triple and Ron Thomas Giants 15 Braves 2
(12-31.) Chuck Smith, Justin Williams Stefan Wheeler went for-4 and I OUR MONEY WHERE
((2-2)) and Ron Brown ((36) bashed Gary Wise 2-3 and the Giants limitedthe
two-base hits. Braves to two hits to go to 2-0 in
Quinn Adams was 3-4 with a UK and league play
Kim Gowen went 2.4 with another Hiehic Barnes and Chuck Coburn I
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Area Lakes Get::New' habitants : 69,221 Sunshine Bass

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The area's fresh waters got some another fish for the sport fisherman. giii nets and weight and measure
new inhabitants end local fishermenwere I ar them and do other tests... see what
presented with some future "Generally we'll stock these lakes they've been eating. The lakes that
targets last week as fish specialistsfrom every other year.That lets the insects produce them better will get their
the Florida Game & Fresh .... .c and small fish they feed on a chanceto stocking ratio increased." In other
Water Fish Commission stocked ....,.. .' I". .. come back before we restock.After words those lakes that show a high
seven lakes with a total of 69,221 baby ., about nine months we'll do our sampl- growth rate for the Sunshines will get
I Sunshine bass. .:.- ing. We'll catch them in the fall with more the next time around.
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produced at the Commission's 1I't-! .
Richloam fish hatchery near Give A Mother A
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Lakeland, can grow slightly over an .;: II> '
inch a month, reaching nine inches in Cake On Her Day
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them a good target for local anglers.The \,'..f.... ,......, ...... '. ... .tr Mother's Day May 10th
lakes getting the infusion and ,01.7"
the number of baby Sunshine's drop- .
ped into each are: Rowell&Sampson Ana( PfieUEC? 0CDBP
30,990 (in the connecting) the two s ) .
lakes); Ocean Pond 14,932; Kingsley /
138 E. Call St. 964-5890
13,216; Crosby 5363; Magnolia 1,640;
and Crystal 2,040 and Bedford 980 in '.,f:;_'.:_:: _:":.. ;: ::{ + ; ;: ::,!.::. '{.. :.', ';: :;"'':..:'' ;-:.:::- .;:". :I.;'.
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listed as "good lakes" for the Sun-
shine by Fishery Biologist Gary Byerly. Ike's SawShop '
one of the two men stocking the \\W. 1. ;
lakes l last Wednesday. Asked why the
Sunshines show faster growth in those ''''-:. 964-8132 U.S.3IS( } )
r. .:
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understand all of it but it's mainly due .... )
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stocking Florida lakes since 1974?
"Well we stock, the large lakes, not Mon.-Fri. 6:30: am to 6 pm Sat. 8 am to 2 pm
small ones but the large ones that
have shad and silversideds inhabitingthe
middle and deeper parts of these Sales & Service
lakes but not many bass and other Chain SawDealers
predator fish. The bass are aroundthe
shoreline basically and it leaves For
the shad and silversides ("feeder
fish") in the middle with nothing ... .. PoulanMcCulloch
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," Byerly said. "Sunshine are
nomadic,they tend to inhabit the mid
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didn't,the officer fired a warning shot

ArrestedOn FSP Inmate Shot from his shotgun, according to
Marijuana FoundIn of Corrections
Department
Drug ChargeA
FenceA
Scaling spokesman Vernon Bradford
Routine Car
Starke woman was arrested for StopA inmate Bradford stated Norman fled from
Florida State Prison was
advised the
and by
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felony charge of of a Starke was arrested for jury recommended the life Gainesville co-workers at
possession con- man be had not written the shot by officers as he jeered at them his garment factory
trolled substance by Bradford County possession of marijuana after he was sentence to the court for the stabbing doctor that for six ounce of Hyper- during an unsuccessful escape attempt shift change, headed for the prison's
Sheriff's Department deputies and on on a routine traffic case by death of another inmate. prescription 24. back fence and scaled one of the two
contains at 5 Friday, April
stop that a a.m.
Hilbert Lee Walker was found guilty dan a cough syrup
a charge of carrying a concealed on US-301 in the parking Durand Norman, 33, servinga perimeter fences behind the garment
firearm In Steak by the jury after a day long trial narcotic drug requiring a prescription Leroy
by Union County deputies a lot of Western Steer Family life sentence for murder in Leon factory.
joint investigation by both departments House at 10:43 p.m. Friday, April 24. Wednesday April 22, of first degree from a licensed physician according County in 1974, was reported in stable
Monday April%T. Harold E. Waters, 21, of Starke murder in the death of inmate JohnnyA. to SPD. condition at Shands Teaching
Eckerd's
Carla Renee Min eer, 24, of Starkewas was charged with misdemeanor Braxton last August 31. Hall and the employeesgave in Gainesville with shotgun
of Hospital
Testimony was presented duringthe Starke Police a description
arrested by Bradford County possession of after officers
marijuana lie
in his and groin area.
Miller pellets legs
trial to show Walker used a the man and Patrolman Jerry
Deputy Sheriff Don Denton on a found some marijuana on the front
of homemade knife, which has not been stopped the car with Chesan in it and was spotted by a roving perimeter of-
of of drivIng
truck he
charge felony possession a con- seat the pickup was ficer and ordered to stop. When he
recovered since the murder. arrested him.
trolled substance which involved less according to the SPD. .
than 20-grams of marijuana and S I Patrolman Willie Searcy stopped Braxton was stabbed eight times
Amphetamine capsules.Lt. Waters at the parking lot and the according to testimony presented at I
D.L. Cochran the Union County driver stated he did not have a drivers the trial. ANNOUNCEMENTDrs.
Sheriff's Department arrested license with him. Patrolman E.W. The two men argued the night
Minceer on the carrying of a concealed Wilkinson, while he was waiting for a before who would give protection to
weapon charge. drivers license check, walked to the another in return for sexual favors. Lytle and Yant ,
Minceer's residence was staked out front of the pickup truck and observed Walker was sentenced last June to I
and deputies followed her to Raifordon some seeds. Sticking out from serve 60 years in prison for robbery in Podiatrists Foot Specialists
CR-16 and then back to Bradford underneath the seat was a metal pan Escambia County. Braxton was servo
County where she was stopped by with a fibrous substance on it, according ing a 20-year( sentence for robbery in Announces the Openingof + 1TSIOOITSl25
Deputy Denton and Lt. Cochran 1/4 to SPD.Wilkinson. Hillsborough County at the time of his :1
mile west of the archway on the asked Waters to hand the death. their Officeat :1'I:

Florida State Prison property on pan with a plastic bag on it which Man Caught Forging ''I'I.j
CR-16, according the BCSQ Waters did. Wilkinson then arrested r
Minceer appeared before Bradford Waters on the charge of misdemeanor Drug PrescriptionA Union General .jI I
County Judge Elzie S. Sanders who possession of marijuana. Gainesville man was arrested Hospital y

set bond at $2,100 on the Bradford Wednesday afternoon, April 22, by
Running Stop Sign Lake Butler
County charge. She is being held in Police on a charge of forging a / ;

lieu of the bond in the Bradford County Leads to WreckA prescription at Eckerd's Drug Storein /110110f-...... ... --- .Dual-Purpo.s Blkea. {'
Jail in Starke. Powm Uid do..n.hok w"hS
Starke at 4:57: S"ukJ'.I.mod,.. ,
p.m. ,
Starke man was charged with R W-.no load .diuilmcnltSuiukl
running a stop sign after his station Zachery Chasan, 28, of Gainesvillewas Practice limited to: ..S......'..!PEI'IraiumiMlonTSIOO Ignition'' ..9"P.....,.I I......1..lighting,, and ''
wagon was involved in a traffic accident arrested on a charge of obtaininga ( )........ Inn.um.nt.tl.nb.IwmlmonTS I
3 UCI Inmates on East Call Street at Waters controlled substance by fraud, according Diseases of the foot and leg. .Suzuki'"CCI"ml 123) Rubbol iiqnaliFinancing mounted tum

Draw More TimeTwo Street in Starke at 5:59: p.m. Friday to Starke Police Department.SPD .LoLo.gt.r.lnlin.d: | :::':
April 24.Carlos. received a call from Ronnie medicine .......n..on
Union Correctional Institution Johnson, 60, of Starke, was Hall], manager of Eckerd's Drugs, Including surgery, sports Available

inmates changed their pleas to guilty not injured but damage to the 1973 that there was a man at the areas children and foot disorders. Suzufa 198 jE.TrSerWfbrrner.Suzuki
of possession of a weapon by a state Ford station wagon he was drivingwas store that had a forged prescriptionand general )
prisoner and a third inmate was found estimated at $SO. was trying to have it filled according of Starke
guilty of battery of a law enforcement Lawrence Kropp 62, of Orange to Lt. Denton Devoe. Phone: 496.232:
officer in Union County Circuit Court Park was treated in the emergencyroom Hall advised police that the local 91 301 Starke, Fl.
activity April 2224. drug store called the doctor in
at Bradford County Hospitaland
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William Gacin changed plea released after treatment. Donna .
guilty of possession of a knife-like Burnes, 17, of Orange Park, a save up to 16BFUJICOLOR EA LE .
sharp instrument last Sept.23 at UCI.
in the Kropp vehicle was
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He was sentenced by Circuit Court also treated in the emergency room. 1110-12.126-12 ,-q FILM rA"EAGLE I. Off COLOR
Judge Wayne M. Carlisle to serve Damage to the 1979 Toyota 3-door .. expODUF : j
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current sentence. The Ford was traveling south on d t (NO SLIDES OR MOVIES) I

Freddie Lee Jackson was found Waters Street at 10 miles per hour sate 12 EXPOSURE ROLL$2.17 REG.14.17
guilty of battery of correctional officer the Toyota was headed east on East on Thursday; Friday I I Saturday O II--

M.E. Shaw last Aug. 16 at UCI. Call St. at 25 miles per hour The Ford O .1ZE.11G-12S-1S5M..C..1. .. 0.,
Judge Carlisle ordered a PSI before a struck the Toyota in the left rear, according na IOn a 12-20-24-M NEW EXPOSURE ROLLS ONLVI ROLLS O
sentence is handed down in the case. to the Starke Police Department .
No date has been set for sentencing. 11
Johnny Lee Futch was placed on a Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson cited
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Obituaries ",:a Church< Association> .:Deiuecl,Qf ice.$a P M-P.Pii Meptipl Section .
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Reclassification of a residential property owned by Bobby Sapp at Harry:
a-Mrs i Ij ,' Clements'r'' Alice Rivena;Stockton, Calif; and Patricia Anders, Jacksonville, Mrs. New River Baptist Church Association Starke from R1A Isirtife'rfarnily does not oppose religion but is againstthe
for
, "J I Jacqueline Ellington; Starke; jive Mary Ruth Davis, Adak Alaska and was denied after east Starke residential) -;tot / nuP: property being rezoned com
Mrs. Omie Scarborough Clements sons, Klmg Purvis Sidney,'Jr., and Mrs. Barbara Sue Dawes Jackson- residents protested Tuesday night. (business-professional). The zoning rnerciaf: purposes.
79,'of Hochheim, Texas, died Sunday Clinton! Griffis all of Starke and Rev. ville; one sister Mrs. Hilda Griggs The church group applied to rezone board voted 6-1, Mary Petersen Charlie Jenkins another long-time
April i'26- in they Plaza' Hospital In Emery Griffis Lawtey; two brothers. Lake George Fl.; one brother H.D. dissenting, against the request, resident! of' 300 North Water Street.
Houston,'Texas, after. long Illness Joe and Eugene Griffis both of Forsythe, Ft. Meade S.C.; his stepmother ReV Jim Countryman, pastor of pointed out there would be no place to
., Born in Lake Butler, April 3. 1902 Starke; one sister, Mrs. Emma Boreeof Mrs. Minnie Forsythe, Lake Quail/Squirrel Season New River Baptist Church said plans park,
Mrs. Clements was a life member; Jacksonville; 28 grandchildren 19 Butler; 20 grandchildren and 6 great- Dates were to have a parttlme secretaryand After discussion the zoning board
Eastern Star,? ,..",, great-grandchildren, and 1 great- grandchildren Closing ChangedWhile to use the property to hold denied the change based on' the re--
Survivors include: dier3 husband greatgranddaughter.Funeral Funeral services were conducted at the quail and squirrel season meetings of the association. guest being for spot zoning.
Clements. Hochheim TX; services will be held today 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, at the opens statewide on Nov. 14, there are "
two daughters Betty Clements Scull (Thursday) April 30, at 2:00: P.M., in Union Primitive Baptist Church with new closing dates for the season
1I tQn.and Lee Myers Austin Tx,; the Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Elder O.M. Yarborough officiating depending on which parts of the state
tone sister. Lula Scarborough Terry,'. Funeral Home with Rev. Lacy Con- Burial followed in Mount Zion are to be hunted.
Jacksonville; several grandchildrenand way and Rev Emery Griffis officiating Cemetery in Lake Butler under the The Florida Game and Fresh Water Baldwin Chevrolet Olds
one great-grandchild ,.Interment will follow in the direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Fish Commission has amended the
Services were held April 29,at First family plot in Kingsley Lake Home in Starke closing date for the season to March 7 USED CAREPECOALS
Baptist Church in Hochheim, Texas. Cemetery. for all areas of Florida north of State
r Road 50. For areas south of State
Frank Edward Fier Road SO, the closing date will be

Mrs. Deborah Sue Kite Dr.Jimmy F. Henry Frank Edward Fier, 57, of Starke, March 5.State .
\ Mr..' Deborah Sue Kite 23, of Dr.Jimmy Henry, 59, of Lawtey, died April 21, at Bradford County Road 50 crosses Florida
Starke,.,died Monday, April 27; in died Thursday April 23, in Starke Hospital following a brief illness. through the Orlando area. 1980 Chevrolet C10 L.W.B.
Chicago, Illinois following a brief illness. following a sudden illness. Born in Cleveland Ohio Mr. Fier Diesel
Born in'Richland County, 111., Dr. was employed by the City of
Mrs. Kite was born and raised in Henry graduated from Medical Cleveland as a building inspector until v-J I Auto. Trana.-Air Cond.P.S. P.B. Local One Owner.
Bradford County where she attended School In 1944 at Washington University his retirement and moved to 11,000 Miles. _
Bradford County Schools. She was a St. Louis Missouri, and at one Starke. He was of the Catholic faith. '
member of Bayless Highway Church. time had practiced as a Medical Doctor Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Joseph Priestley the British $7895
Survivors include: Hank Mat- in Stuart Lake City, and Eva Fier Starke. ; his father Frank J. chemist who discovered
thews; one daughter, Miss Sakar Gainesville, Fl. Dr. Henry formerly Fier Cleveland; and one sister Mrs. oxygen gave rubber its
Lynn Matthews; three sisters Mrs. had a practice, for 3 years in Francine Weatherly Cleveland Ohio. name when he found it
Terri Matthews Channelview,.Texas. Keystone Heights and was presently Graveside funeral services were would rub out pencil marks. 1978 Jeep CJ7
Mrs. Robin Lyons and Mrs. Christy working with the State of Florida as a conducted at 11 a.m. Friday April 24, 4 Wheel Drive V8 Engine New Top White Spoke
Lee Lynn, both of Starke; her great Medical Doctor at the Lawtey Cor rec- at the Kingsley Lake Cemetery with .. t Wheels 11x00 Off Road Tires Clean and Nice.
grandmother Annie Mae Saunders tional Institution, Lawtey, Fl. Dr. Father Rooney officiating. Archie
Stark;; and one aunt Mrs. Genevieve Henry had served as Mayor of Stuart Tanner Funeral Home of Starke was ObituaryLarry
Solano. Starke. Fl and was a member of the Masons in charge of arrangements. $5995
Funeral services will be conductedat Jaycees Elks and the Community
3 p.m. Friday May 1, at the Chapelof Church of Keystone Heights. He also Germany Tommy Conyers.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with had been named as one of the Raymond Brown Ga., Tony, Graham Fred, Michael. 1978 Olds Delta 88 Royal
Rev. M.D. Medeiros officiating. ':'Outstanding Young Men of Florida"and Raymond Brown, 78, of Wor- Curtis and Bart Clemons all of Lake 4 Dr. P.S. P.B. Air Cond. Auto. Trans. -V8 Engine
Burial will be at Conner Cemeterywith was a Navy veteran of World War thington Springs died Saturday mor- Butler; five brothers Drew, Archie. -One Owner Car With Many Trouble Free Miles Left In
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in II. ning in North Florida Regional Curtis, and Cecil Clemons all of Lake It.
charge. of arrangements. Survivors Include: five daughters, Hospital after an extended Illness. Butler and Johnny Carroll Lake
Mrs. Gladys M. BarnesMrs. Miss Nancy Ann Henry Gainesville, Born in Bradford County Mr. Butler; three sisters Mrs. Annie Bell] $3995
Miss Antoinette Henry Palm City, Andrews Mrs. Dorothy Torber and
Gladys M. Barnes 80, of Brown had lived the last 37 years in
Graham died suddenly at her and Mrs Richard Martinek, Mrs Worthington Springs. He was retired Mrs. Mary Clemons, all of Lake
R.S Kuehn and Mrs. Robert Butler and 3 grandchildren.
residence from Copeland Sausage Co., and also ;
Sunday evening. Christie all of Stuart one son, J.D.Rebslock Funeral services were held Saturday -
Born in Columbiana Ohio ; had worked for Coastal Oil Co., 1977 Dodge Charger DaytonaBucket
County Texas and four at 2 in the Faith
Austin ; Brown Brothers Store and A&A p.m. Baptist .
May 3, 1900, Mrs. Barnes and her husband Seats P.S. P.B. Air Cond. Auto. Trans.
grandchildren. Church with Rev. Bob Worley officiating
Transport. He was a member of Sar-
moved to Graham in 1959 from
Silver & Black Paint.
-Special
Funeral services were held at 3 dis Baptist Church. Burial followed in Elzey
member Enon Valley of Graham, Penn. She Church.was a p.m. on Saturday, April 25, at the Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Chapel Cemetery under the directionof
Survivors include Baptist: her husband graveside in Hillcrest Memorial Blanche Warren Brown, Worthington Archer Funeral Home of Lake $ 2 7 9 5
Park Gainesville, Fl., with Rev.Bud. Springs; several nieces and nephews. Butler Marked Down
Harry D. Barnes; two sons, CharlesE.
dy C. Friedlin Pastor of the
Keystone'
Barnes, Bessemer Penn. and Funeral services were held Mon
Harry G. Barnes,'Edmburg, Penn.; Heights Community Church 'of day, April 27, at 2:30: p.m. in Sardis 1977 Dodge Royal Monaco
ficiating. Funeral arrangementswere Lewis Edd Waters
one sister Mrs. Margaret Montayne Baptist Church with Rev. Victor 4 Dr. Loaded With
Equipment Silver With Red Top
under the direction of DeWitt C.
Hialeah; 8 grandchildren and 18 : Nickerson, Rev. Earl Langley and Lewis Edd Waters, 59, of Lake City,
great-grandchildren. Jones Funeral Home Starke. Rev. Raymond Baer officiating. died Saturday morning, April 25, in & Interior One Owner.

Funeral services were held at 2 Burial followed in Dekle Cemetery in Lake Shore Hospital after an apparent -
Lake Butler with Archer Funeral heart attack. $2195
p.m. Wednesday April 29, in the
Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Sec-ber Forsythe Home of Lake Butler in charge of ar Born in Union County Mr Waters
Home with Rev James Starling, Seeber Forsythe 68, of Starke died rangements. moved to Dade County in his early
pastor of Graham Baptist Church, of Sunday night April 26, at the Alachua life. He was General Manager of a 1975 Chevrolet Caprice Classic
ficiating. Interment was in the Santa General Hospital following a brief il- Parking Lot Corp. until moving to ,.
Fe Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones lness. Harold Lloyd Clemons Lake City 12 years ago. Mr. Waterswas CoupePower
Funeral Home Starke in charge of Born and raised in Bradford County Harold Lloyd Clemons, 53, of Lake a veteran of WWII, and was the Windows P.S. P.B. Air Cond. This Is A
arrangements. ,Mr. Forsyth was the son of the late Butler, died Thursday morning, April son of the l late Willie Waters.
Daniel and Tea Conner Forsythe. lie 23, at his home after a long illness. Survivors include: his wife Mrs. Good StrongCar.. Dark Blue.
was a brickmason and owned and Born in Union County, Mr. Clemons Mary Fleming! Waters Lake City;
Mrs. Ha Gertrude Weeks operated his farm until ill health fore' had served in the US Army 'for 24 one daughter, Mrs Libby Wilkes $1895BLAKEWOOD
ed his retirement Mr. Forsythe was years before retiring in 1969. He had Gainesville Ga.; two sons, Ron
Mrs. Ila Gertrude Weeks 71. of
of the Primitive Baptist Faith. been employed with the Reception Waters, Lake City and Jim Waters
Starke, died early Sunday morning in Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Medical Center Division of Corrections Greenvilla Ga.; two brothers Jird
the Bradford County Hospital follow Alma Rowe Forsythe, Starke; three as Correctional Officer until ill Waters Iva, S.C. and Lester Waters
ing a lingering illness., sons Seeber Richard Forsythe, Annaheim Calif. ; two sisters Mrs.
health,, forced his retirement. He was
BorsahtwzPst-.Alp, \ > May .2Z.v.'I. nJTenff|< ", Thomas EdwinJfflwbWta 9 member of the Faith Baptist Church Lorale Gilland Lulu and Mrs. MaeFleming ?I 3MS
1909t\Mrs. VV eekS.i rraovedft*:Star e I in- 'L. uisiaJa "'" Lake and"! 'grandchUdren I
sPr*.( ,baton'\R9Uge. of Lake'Buller.rt 4' r::"rr 'City; ry
memttsVwr'flh&Flrst 1967 fofifctMCksokllltf Slfc-JWas OinrCh1.1' ''' .and.VVufiam<-'. Johnson, Starkei,; fix Survivors include:?' his wife|..Mrs. '
Baptist daughters, Mrs. Cornelia Arline Betty Ruth Pearson Clemons, Lake (Funeral services were held Tues-
Survivors include two daughters Boudreaux Oakridge, Tenn., Mrs. Butler; one daughter. Miss Marlene day at 2 p m in Archer Funeral Home
Mrs. Eufaula Combs, Jacksonvilleand Brenda Sue Jones and Mrs. Patricia Clemons. Lake Butler: seven sons Chapel of Lake Buller with Rev. Bill
Mrs. Cleo Dorian California; Delaney and Rev. Joe Duckett of. 301 NORTH 964-7'500
three sons, Jack Leigh. Richmond i'CJQU.R.G.$150off. I 8. ficiating. Burial followed in Mt. Zion
Va., and Frank Moore and Dwight Cemetery in Union County with Archer STARKE FLORIDA
Moore both of Lake City; and 7 Funeral Home in charge

grandchildren. Reg.
Graveside funeral services were SPAGHETTI
held at 11:00 1: a,m. Tuesday Apr. 28, in Dinner R3;
the Hope Cemetery at Theressa with
Rev Pat,Murphy pastor of the Hope

'Baptist Church, officiating. DeWitt C With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out
Jones Funeral Home was in charge o. ';
the arrangements Offer Good Thru / f EQUIPMENT SALES
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ulney F. Griffis;Sr. ,a0 o AT

Sidney te. Griffis/Sr., 82, former!) auran
:af Griffis Loop, died Monday eveningin \ ReS FARMER'S
WALDO
the Green Cove Springs Geriatric 1.o
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Born i irt Clay\, County 'July 4, 1898,
Mr. Grit is had lived most of his Limit' 1 AND FLEA MARKET
lifetime I in the,Bradford County area. Par Family 301 S. Starke 964.6877
He was a retired farmer and was a
member of the Long Bridge Baptist 468.2255
Church. tlm wife was the late Kate B DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS TINY PIZZA
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'V.- in south Starke and is set to begin at
The annual fund-raising arid
IN THE COUNTY COURTOF BRADFORD COUNTY. COURT EIGHTH Case No. 80-988-Clv-J- Olga T. ft Robert D. purchase approximately Intersection of the north.' chleken! dinner of the Starke Shrine1'Club V "it J'U8-301't6'f' Walrtot'Slr turn' left at V .-
CASE NO. BI.102.SP. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN WC Atterbury. '(2900)( ) unitized packaged 1 ,east corner of Section. 21 1. 4 ls"se< Saturday, May 23, according *-' -it) ''Sheet down"" USSOland'/ turn ',
AND FOR BRADFORD AMENDED Ail, of 'said property : lunches per day: to be !Township S South Range to'' President Maxiel! Carter; Jr. Call' "'' 'at the
i will' end I'
LEONARD SMITH COUNTY. FLORIDA. ORDER OFSERVICE being ,In the County of delivered to approxImately 22 East and the northwest ''The upcoming parade will be much 'IJI. *!ght"THe parade J I II
Plaintiff PROBATE DIVISION. File BY Bradford. State of ((36)) feeding corner of Section V later'thaI'! .last year's,) says President V ''IStafke] Elemerttat-y1 bobl cafeteria' .

No. 81.>>C.... Division PUBLICATIONThe Florida. sites Tentative program 22 Township 8 South Carter. Twice as 'many' Shrine ,li <. >whefe chicken dinners' will,, be served VS >
v.DAVID HENDERSONAND 1-3284. Court. being advised Unless such certificate dates are from June IS Rang. :22 East, thence V units have hotlfled the local unit they I "'fl'rif flOOfi to 4 )<-m.

ANNIE D. In re: Estate of by Plaintiff. United or certificates shall be 1981 to August. 7. 1981. run east along the north are coming to the parade this year, This'ar" to"ser\ern\ dinners V *i
CHANDLER ELIZABETH M. States of America that redeemed according to Procurement Is subject line of said Section 122 V says Carter V ',fayter'chicken'wilf! ; be cooked at two ,., I

Defendant, POWNALL. Deceased. service by publicationcould law the property described to Federal Regulations and extension thereof to V i V I 'locations, inside the cafeteria and outside I

NOTICE OF not be completedby In such certificate or and Florida Specifications the shore of Paradise The Shriner parade raised$7,500 for I in large cookers. By having twice ;

NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONThe April 13. 1981. the certificates will be soldto as administered by Lake. thence southerlyand Shrine hospitals last year, helping to' many1.cookers there should be no ,.>
SHERIFF'S SALE date set forth In this the highest bidder at the Florida Departmentof easterly along the make'the Starke Shrine Club one of delay In serving the dinners. \I

NOTICE IS HEREBY administration of Court's Order of Serviceby the court house door on Education. shore of Paradise Laketo Morocco Temple's leading, ,con- 'I Dinner, which can be eaten in or >

GIVEN that I I. Dolph E. the estate of ElizabethM. Publication enteredon the :2Oth day of May CONTACT: SREC at Its Intersection with tribute* at $11,500.for 1980.'This yearthey've V i taken out,,, will be $3 per plate, to include I
:
R.ddl.h. Sh.rlff of Brad Pownall. deceased February 27. 1981 1981. P.O. Box 70 Live Oak the Bradford/Clay county mashed '1\ '
raised to potatoes,
the gravy
ford County. Florida File Number 81.>>C.... is hereby amends Its Order Dated this 1st day of Florida 32060( line, thence south J parade. goal V bread & butter and iced V 1J :
The Starke unit is knownthroughout vegetable ,
$10,000. .
under and by virtu. of a pending In the Circuit as,follows: April. 198hGILBERT ((904-964-6696)) for a copy along the Brodf rd/Clay ;') ,
Writ of Execution This cause. came to be S. BROWN Morocco Temple as a club 'tea: V.
the
Court for Bradford County of the detailed solicitation county line to Putnam
h.r.tofor. Issued out of heard upon the verified CLERKs/ by Beulah M. menu specifica county line, thence of men dedicated to helping burned An invitation to everyone to "come ; i
th. above-entitled motion of Plaintiff for an Moody. Clerk of Circuit tions. west along the Putnam and crippled children. ''on'' out and watch the parade and en-

Court. In th. above- Florida Probate Division order for service by Court of Bradford County All bid submissionsmust county line to the Five local children are now receiving Joy'a delicious chicken dinner" is extended n i

styled cau... have levied the address of publication and it appearing Florida. be In the SREC office Bradford/Alachua county treatment from Shrine doctors at by President Carter. Other .f:! t

upon the following property which Is Bradford County that. this action 4/9 4tchg 4/30 by May 8, 1981. line, thence northerlyand Shrine hospitals. V Starke Shrine Club officers are First >. 1

tituate, lying and Courthouse, North Temple has been brought for the BID/ OPENING: May 13. ) westerly along the "The club feels it must increase its Vice-President R.S. Mullins (1981 s.i:: J
being In Bradford County Avenue, Stark., enforcement of a liei IN THE CIRCUIT Alachuo Parade chairman) Second Vice- 10'' ;
Florida 32091.: The 1981 at 1:30 in the SREC Bradford/ county fund-raising efforts this year to help ,
Florida. to-wit: and address of the nom.Personal against situated within real property the, Middle JUDICIAL COURT. CIRCUIT.EIGHTH IN office, 119 Wilbur Street line to Its Intersection pay for the treatment of these President\ Richard Cunningham (1981 >n I'
Live Oak Florida 32060.: with the south line of children," says President Carter. chicken dinner chairman). Secretary
Representativeand Florida and
District of AND FOR BRADFORD
Section 26. town.hlp of the PersonalRepresentative's described follows: COUNTY FLORIDA. Itchg3O.. Section 16. Township 8 The parade will form at 10: IS a.m. 'Mac Baldwin, and Treasurer Gib '.
as : "
5-S Rang. :22 consistingof South, Range :22 East one ,
Center Brown. I
at Bradford Square Shopping
approximately .52 attorney Lot 8, DENNY HEIGHTS PROBATE DIVISION, File UPON RECOMMENDATION the north line of Section) !
acres beginning at SW or. set forth Commence at the NW No. BI-32-CP. Division AND APPROVALOF 21, Township 8 South.
:
of SW Vi of below. corner of the SW'/4 of the 13286. THE SUPERVISOR OF
Cor of W V Range :22 East thence] Real Estate I
NW '/ of SE N ISO. E All Interested personsare SW-/4 of Section 22, In r.: Estate of JESSIER. ELECTIONS. THE BOARDOF east along the north line] Department Sought o)
file with
: required to Township 6 South. Range CHASTAIN. Deceased.
126', S ISO' W 126' to COUNTY COM. of said Section :21 to the] "
POB. the court WITHIN THREE 22 East Bradford County NOTICE OF MISSIONERS HAS point of beginning. Two thousand two hundred barbeque at the North Florida I

MONTHS FROM THE Florida and run ADMINISTRATIONThe RESOLVED TO REDEFINETHE Realtors from all over Florida traveled Fairgrounds. Gov. Graham and other ,-i V

:at the property of the DATE OF THE FIRST North 89 degrees and 40 BOUNDARIES OF POLLING PLACE for to Tallahassee April 21, 1981 to dignitaries spent a brief time at the ,n
above-named Defendant PUBLICATION OF THIS minutes East 831.82 feet administration of ELECTION PRECINCT NO. commemorate Legislative Day. The
Precinct No. lOB
name Fairgrounds.
and that on the NOTICE: the((1)I) All claim.ogoln.t and. to a point. thence run the estate of JESSIE R. 10 AND PRECINCT NO. Lake Region Is locotet group wanted to show support for a Those attending from the Bradford- ,I'-; II

26th day of May. 1981. estate South 0 degrees, 47 CHASTAIN deceased 11 'IN BRADFORD COUNTY at the Faith Presbyterlai bill to create a Department of Real Union Board included: Lillian Pearson -
(2)) objection by an minutes West, 25 feet to V
any Number 32CP.
File Is
Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. FLORIDA IN COM- Church on the northwest Estate. The Florida Association of Cecelia Terwillegar, :
interested to of Con
president
person point beginning. the Circuit
o'clock on said day on pending In PLIANCE WITH THE corner of Road :21 an Realtors met in Cherokee Park for a Mai of Lake Butler '
whom notice mailed South 47 Harriet ness ,
was tinue 0 degrees "io'
Bradford
Court for County
the premise of the Brad PROVISIONS OF $EC- Road 21 IB. Melrose, Brown Bag luncheon. This was followed Martha Dorko I
ford Sheriff Office that challenges the minutes West 175 feetto Florida. Probate Division TION 98.031 FLORIDA Susan Faulkner, 1.
County I will offer for sale validity of the' will the a point. thence North the address of STATUTES. Florida. by a Realtor Rally on the Capitol Novis Ward, Wayne Douglas and I
qualifications of the 89 degrees, 40 minutes Steps.
per.sonal which Is Bradford County Ralph Bryan.
and sell to the highest
bidder for cash. in hand. representative, East 60.69 feet. Thence Courthouse, North Temple Precinct No. 10 having Precinct No. 1 II I has) Rep. Frank Williams welcomed the The Florida Association of

the above-described property venue or jurisdiction. of Northeasterly on the arc Avenue, Starke, been divided shall been re-defined a. group and introduced Mr. William REALTORS, today is comprised of
the court. of a curve 36 11 feettoa Florida : The follows Watson of Jacksonville president of of
as the property o* 32091. name henceforth) be known as : 68,000 members, has a long history
th. said defendant tc ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS point thence North 0 and address of the Personal Precinct No. lOA and the FAR. Hon. Wayne Mixon also advocation and carrying out public
/ NOT SO FILED degrees, 47 minutes ELECTION PRECINCT NO. spoke to the group.
satisfy said Execution. Representativeand Precinct No. lOB. policies to protect and inform the con-
/S/DOLPHE. REDDISH. WILL BE FOREVER BAR. East, 84 99 feet thence of the PersonalReoresentotlve's 1 11 Hampton After the rally, buses departed the sumer. The Realtors feel there is an ,,"' I

SHERIFF OF BRADFORD REDDote South 89 degrees 89.5 40 attorney ELECTION_n_ PRECINCT_ .__; _,_ Capitol for the fairgrounds for a urgent need to establish a Depart- ;'.1' I
of the first minutes West feet.
;
set forth Realtor Legislative Round-up and '
COUNTY FLORIDA. are NO. 10A-THERESSA. I Real
ment of Estate.'V.'V.
publication of this Noticeof Thence North 0 degrees, '
below.
4/30 5/21 Commencing at the at the
4tchg Commencing
73.Administration 1981. : April 47 thence minutes South East 89 degrees 75 feet All Interested personsare intersection of State point of Intersection of I Jim Parrish Speaks at Realtor Meeting ':.

required to file) with Road 100 and the county the southeast. corner of .,
Personal Representative 40 minutes West 2.41 Jim Parrish of Gainesville vice- An informative and
the court WITHIN THREE graded road known as Section 16 Township 8 question ::
.Florida National f..tto a point of beginn. MONTHS FROM THE Meng's Dairy Road South Range :22: East and president of District One of Florida answer period followed the talk. -
All Section
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Bank of Jacksonville ing. lying In DATE OF THE FIRST thence southeasterlyalong the southwest corner of Association of Realtors, spoke recently Lillian Pearson President of the

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY General Mail Center.Jacksonville. :22.: Township:22 East. 6 Bradford South. PUBLICATION OF THIS Stat. Road) 100 to Section 15. Township 8 on "Ethics" at the regular dinner Bradford-Union Board said plans m:: RORUND. :: '
Florida Range
FLORIDA PROBATE Florida NOTICE: ((1)) All claims Its intersection with South Range :22 East meeting of the Bradford-Union Boardof were finalized for the llth Annual I '
DIVISION. Case No. Dover.32231: : Attn: James and County.It further appearingthat against the estate and State Road 18. thencerun thence run north along Realtors at the Starke Golf Coun- Legislative Day in Tallahassee, April 1..1'3 REALTY

8128CP. File No. Defendant ElizabethV. ((2) any objection by an easterly and the west line of said Sec. try Club. 21, 1981. ot A orr ..
George H. Pierce, Esq. \
13282. Interested Phone 964-770O V
to
person southerly following the lion 13 and extension
Jones cannot be served -
In re: Estate of LLOYD P.O. Drawer 1030 whom notice mailed INVITATIONTO The successful. bidder Avenue '
within the State of was southernmost right of thereof to State Road LEGAL NOTICE 393 N. Temple ;
& EDWARDS. Deceased. Stark., Florida 32091 that challenges the BID shall furnish the Brad ;1
way of State Road 18. to 18. thence run westerly
Florida and that she has SALE
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION ((904/964.5701). ; validity of the will. the its Intersection with the along State Rood 18 to its The Bradford County ford County School Board GOOD LOCATION ,'T
not appeared NOTICE Is
4/23 2tchg 4/30. voluntarily qualifications of the personal Bradford/Clay county intersection with the School Board will receive with satisfactory proof of hereby 12 acres of ,ooel'.nd. :3 B. : .f
herein; It Is therefore given to the owner of
!IN THE CIRCUIT ORDERED AS FOLLOWS: representative, line, thence run South county graded road sealed proposals for the Insurance required.The one 1974 2-dr Dolsun Doom, 2 beth home,
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING COURT IN AND FOR 1. Defendant ElizabethV. venue or jurisdiction of along the Bradford/Clay beginning in Section 28. razing of Bradford High removal contract B-210 IDIHLB2104I0327/ : screened petlo Cell fer anappoln'm.nt.
I CLAIMS OR the court. line and School "A" Building shall/ comply with the .
BRADFORD COUNTY Jones shall appear In county the Township South Range applicable (Mr. E. Chaucey In. w
DEMANDS AGAINST THE FLORIDA. this cause and plead to ALL CLAIMS AND OB. northeasterly shore of 22: East, thence run northerly classrooms, on May 18 laws and ordinances terlachen FL 32048 '
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL STOCKTON. the complaint filed JECTIONS NOT SO FILED Paradise Lake, thence. along said county 1981 at 7 p.m. at the governing the and/or other 7/10 acre. feeing St. Road '.

OTHER PERSONS IN. WHATLEY. DAVIN & herein' on or before May WILL BE FOREVER BAR. northerly and westerly graded road to Its Intersection Bradford County School disposal of materials. owners), that If paymentof co- It East. :*,
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: COMPANY Florida along the shore of with Meng's Board Administrative Offices debris, rubbish and trashon
a 4, 1981 : or in default REDDate accrued charges is not
YOU ARE HEREBY corporation. thereof the Court ..hallproc.ed of the first Paradise Lake to th.Int.r.ectlon Dairy Road. thence run located at 582 or off the projectarea paid within 10 days to 3 bedroom bold. corner lot V
NOTIFIED that the administration Plaintiffvs publication of this Noticeof of Paradise westerly along Meng'sDairy North Temple Avenue, and shall commitno '
to judgment In the present custodian: In city. V
of the this cause to the extent Administration: April Lake and the northerly Road to its Intersection Starke. Florida.A trespass on any publicor Mr. Bishop M. Myrlck t....
estate of LLOYD G. EDWARDS LARRY F. EDWARDSand provided for by Section 30. 1981. line of Section :24, Township with State Rood bid bond certifiedor private property In 715 S. Westmoreland.I 10 1100.00 "' ..

deceased File KATHLEEN P. EDWARDS 1655. Title :29 United Personal. Representative 8 South Range 22 :221, thence run northwesterly cashier's checkV'\ th.amo..nt' any operation due to or' '-&fQrk.rtffl.'B2091., thwur,., wHh acres'2r"do."ro"W.! per acre.; Vtf.
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Number 1.3:182.I: \ pending his wife, States If said : :;THOMAS c. East' thence westerly along State[ ,of 5Of.ithe' I connected :vith'"rtieclearance. ,
In the Circuit Court Defendants Defendant Code,had'as been CHAStAlN: JR. ?,:... i ,i, along" north'ln."of' Raatt'feai to Its'lntewecH'. )1 !to
fJ for Bradford County, Case No: 80.356 served with process PIERCE & HARDY, PA. Section 24 and Sections tlon with State Road :200 ,must accompany each V / iaytmedauctioned 3 weeks later CIJIfJ.,,,' Evenings!I'Please l i? ""' j

Florida. Probate Division within the State of George H. Pierce Esq. 23. Township 8 South (US 301)), thence run northerly bid. A performance bondIn This contract for (IS/81)). 4/30 3tchg V.rll'' Odam. Broker
the address of NOTICEOF Florida. P.O. Drawer 1O30 Range 22 East and Sec. along State Rood the amount of 100% of demolition will be 5/14. GRI. Phone f 44.S474.

which I. P.O. Drawer B.Stork. SALE :2. This order be Starke Florida 32071.: tion :22, Township 8 :200 (US 301)) to its Intersection the successful bidder awarded to the lowest Lynn Davis, Salesmen S
.. Florida 32091. NOTICE IS HEREBY published In a ((904/964-5701)). South Range 22 East to with State Road shall be submitted to the and most satisfactory .

The personal representative GIVEN THAT pursuantto newspaper of general 4/30 2tchg 57.NOTICE. the Intersection of the :227. thence run westerlyand Bradford County School bidder. The Bradford ,
of the estate Is an Order of Final circulation in Bradford "northwest corner of said southerly. along Board prior to County School Board

L.G EDWARDS. JR. Judgment of foreclosure. County Florida; not less OF Section 22 and the State Road 227: to State' commencement of any reserves the right to reject f R ilpb Bryan Real -
whose oddr.ss is 8307 entered in the above- than once each week for INTENTIONTO Southwest corner of Section Road 18. continue work. Checks or bid any or all bids and to Estate-

S.W. 142nd Avenue, captioned action I will six consecutive weeks REGISTER .5. Township 8 westerly on Stole !Rood bonds of all unsuccessful waive any informalities.All '
E214.: Miami Florida sell the property situatedin prior to the return date FICTITIOUS South Range 22 East. 18 to its Intersection with bidders will be returned bids must be In the c./

33183. The name and address Bradford County herelnabove designated.DONE NAME thence north along the State Road 223. at after opening and tabulation Office of the Superintendent RALPH BRYAN REAL .r*
of the personalrepresentative's Florida. described as: AND ORDERED west line of said Section Graham thence run of the bids. The of the Bradford ESTATI1J3, M*

atTorney A parcel of land lyingIn ot Jacksonville Florida Pursuant to Section 15. and extension south on State Road 225 successful bidder shall County Schools by 7:00: 310W.CaIISt. i! i

Is set forth below: the Southeast '/ of this 11th day of March. 861.09 Florida Statutes, thereof to State Road to its. Intersection with have a period of sixty p.m., May IS 1981 at Cor. US 301 A Call St.
All persons having Southeast % of Section 1981. notice Is hereby given IB thence run westerly the BradfordAlachuacounty ((60)) days maximum after which time all bids shall ( ) :" '1

claims or demands 24, Township 6 South. /William Castogna that the undersigned along State Road 13 to line (Santa Fe award of contract in be plainly marked on the 964-8788, ANYTIME 'I:

against the estate orw Range :22: East Bradford United States District LAWRENCE MOSLEY. Its intersection with the River), thence run which to raze and clear outside "Sealed Bid for
required. WITHIN THREE County Florida: said Judge. 1915 N. Temple Ave.. county graded road southerly and easterly all debris from the site. the Demolition of MONDAY-FRIDAY 9.$ p.m. ,SATUffDA Y 9-J2;,,

MONTHS FROM THE ._.-..,._-I. -"-_1.._.._. ._.._-.._- ,_.-ft..-_ 3/7A Athn- 4/.1O Stark., Fl. 32091. sole healnnlna- -In S_ctinrk :3H alana the Rradfnrd/-- The successful. bidder Classroom Buildings at Even/rigs anti Sunday appointment ""unRalph
DATE OF THE FIRST tlcularly described as NOTICE OF owner doing business Township' So hR'ng:22 : Alachuo; county line toils shot! obtain and maintain Bradford High School". P. Bryan. REALTOR V ,fj 11 .ml.jM.
PUBLICATION OF THIS follows: APPLICATIONFOR under the firm name of : East thence run northerly intersection with the during the period of Any bid received after ,.t''," ht,
NOTICE to file, with the Commence at th. TAX DEED MOSLEY TIRE CO.:. 1915 along said county southwest corner of Sec work. Workers' Compensation the specified time will
RENT Modern brick t. loDll.
FOR home 21 fem.i'imiv
clerk of the above court. NOTICE IS HEREBY N. Temple Ave., Star.... 3BR. ,
Southeast corner of said graded road to Its intersection tion 16, Township 8 Insurance for all not be considered.
3 I written statement of Section 24 and run North GIVEN. that JR. & LOIST. Fl. 32091: intends to with' the Meng'sDairy South Range 22: East employees employed at Plans and specifications fireplace, $350.00 mo. V ,'3. 'JOJ.C; : lotI ) md

jny claim or demand 3720': West along the BULLINGTON the register said fictitious Road thence run thence east along the the job site. Public Liability for the work > / :'-It.t$11
they may have. Each Easterly boundary holder of the following name under the provisions east along Meng's Dairy south line of said Section Insurance In an described above may be COUNTRY CLUB like new, 3 BR2 Beth, ....... Room)wltti .

cloim must be in writing thereof... 938.44 feet; certificates has filed, said of aforesaid Rood to its intersectionwith 16 to the point of begin amount of not less than obtained from (the Super fireplace, cent heat/air w/w cerpet. closed:fjei ....:! AMJA

and must indicate, the thence South 831050" certificates for a tax statute. Stale Road 10O the ning. $100.000.00. including intendent's Office, at 582 $17.000 equity assume. S50.0OO mortgage et 13%. fatal :
oasis for the claim. the West. 100.16 feet to on deed to be Issued Dated this 7th day of said point of beginning. personal and property North Temple Avenue, price 67000. .iiltVIJ fAJIfc';;;:

name and address of the Iron stake for POINT OF thereon. The certificate April A.D. 1981 In Bradford POLLING PLACE for POLLING PLACE for damage Insurance in an Stark. Florida 32091. ,'It 'J.t6 V

creditor or his agent or BEGINNING. From numbers and years of issuance Florida. 4/9 4tcg Precinct No. lOA named Precinct No. II shall remain amount of not less than BY: /Thomas LV JUST OFF BAYLESS HIWAY_4 bedreem-2 said, Urtok ...'to/!

attorney and th. POINT OF BEGINNINGthus the descriptionof 4/30. NOTICETO Theressa is located at the Hampton City 300000.00 shall be car- Casey Jr. Superintendent home with family room t large screened patIo centrUI -M V

amount claimed If the described continue the property. and the BIDDERS at the Theressa Community Hall on Road 18. ned by the successful of Schools. heet/olr ceIlIng fans 'In 3 bedrooms ft f am. room!iplus T"f" ,;I
claim is not yet due. the South 83"10'5O" West names in which It was Suwannee River Center on 38th Hampton. Florida. bidder for the durationof 4/30 2tchg 57.Ica 100'1'1'2 acres good land 45000. (Existing 1st mortgage :'

date when it will become 100 feet to an Iron stake: assessed are as follows: Economic Council, Inc. Avenue between Road /s/Jeneva M. Flynn.Supervl.or the removal 1 _' of$21,000@!%). V V I:
due shall be stated. If thence North 6"32'7"West. Certificate, Mo 177. of Elections ,
In ,
proposes to sponsor 100 South and 35th V r'ti"
the claim i Is contingent or 214.85 feet to on Year of Issuance 1978. of Bradford Stateof
the seven counties Street. Starke. Florida. County 'WALK' TO TOWN/bank/pest office/church 2 bedroom. f
unliquidated the nature Iron stake located on theSoutherly Description of Property Columbia. Dix Florida ..IT
Bradford "I 1 bath block home central! heat/air dining rm'
ELECTION PRECINCT NO. 1( sep :
of the uncertainty shall. boundary of : LOTS 70 S 72 ON PINE 1
Madison.Suwannee 4/30 tchg
I. Hamilton. torn $29.100 1st appra.:1;:
10B LAKE REGION room (Existing mortgage
be stated If the claim is the right of way of State OF CRYSTAL LAKE and Union a '1'L
S1I.500 @I'I.% .
secured the security Road 16; thence In an HOMESITES SEC: 1. TWP. Summer Food Service ) (
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shall be described. The Easterly direction along 8 S.. R-2 r
claimant shall deliver said Southerly boundaryand -- ; ; --- ERAFAULKNER V I 964-523 -3 ACRES just out of city limit. Zoned for homes or ':'!

sufficient copies' of the along the arc of a mobile homes. 7000.- "

claim to the clerk to curve concave to the DRASTICALLY REDUCID j ;V'o

enable the clerk to moil South and having a Real Estate .....This 4 bedroom I % MINT CONDITION Inside' and out an almost I acre In 01:
die copy to each personal radius of 17133.91 feet. REM LTY bath home has 2.194 sq. ft. town.3 BR 2 full baths Block home LR Fan Rm. Cent. .t!

representative.All o distance' of 123.3 feet. a ef heeled space.$17.900. Heat/air Almost new stove Ref ft dishwasher, :. .
persons Interested as measured along a S45.000. V .U.

In the estate to whom a chord having a bearingof 964-7828 .988 N. Temp'e' OBI-BOSS [H NIAT AS A PIN..U this :3 V ..J'V

copy of this Notice of Ad. North S3"3949" East bedroom 1 bath MODERN BRICK, HOMI Just 'Inside City en I ecre 3 BR .

ministration has been to a concrete monument, Broker 2 Beth '.m. Rm. Fire Place Cent. Meel/elr' closed
ROBERTS ui frru home..S31.500.
GEORGE _ _ _
moiled are required. thence South 0038'10"Eo.t. I gorageB pecan trees Can pay equity, end assume IVi%
WITHIN THREE MONTHS 215.06 feet to 221 St.Across from Wishbone
ASSOXIATES Lofoyette
I. ledroams. 2 baths, can Mtg. o .opproy.. f.500,, Tetel'cost$49.900.
FROM THE DATE OF THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Weekends end Evenings Cell Office Spece For Rent

FIRST PUBLICATION OF at public sale to the Richard Roberts -9&4-5JM Ann Godwin .4-5151 I trel.cr..29 heat 500.I air an onej Neat 2 BR Frame Co*. .Lot Screened-ln, front perch '.. :

THIS NOTICE. to file any highest and best bidder Patsy Slices 944-4579 Norman Heddlng 944-5944 CROWDED W. have some nice four 1 bedroom homes to closed In back p.vch.$22,500.. V. B
objections they may for cash at the front ,
944-4217 Linda W. Johns.944-4O97 choose from
John .. Smith
have that challenges. the door of the Bradford 12.000 dawn 2 bedroom] 'JJ I
validity of the decedent's County Courthouse inStork. HOMES STAlK frame house on 1acm, ] GRAHAM RD. 2 B."o., ... Oil 2 acres with pe<.". pear, .. I IJ
CLUB with nice 3IR. 2B V .
COUNTRY .
S'/i )
: ACRES .
will. the qualifications of .. Florida at 11:00 -3IR. II. 'r"'. garage. WxlOff lot-Collins PI.Freme I. home. joining balance ef $..000 at 12%[ J fig ft citrus trees room for another llama er mobile V !
.
the personal representative o'clock A.M. on May 14, home on 2 lets with) warehouse-Walnut St. Interest. home and rent house Reduced to 25000. ,

or the venue or Fenced 425 Plneweed Dr. I V.;
-2IR. II. Block. '
jurisdiction, of the Court 1981.GILBERT S. BROWN .. 1 1'/.', Hock nice 1320 Searing St. Choose$...000 ar$22SOO.from. BLOCK er STUCCO hemes In town only LAND LAND LAND .2'10 acres$5.000; Acres. $ .000 Term. V

All CLAIMS. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 2100 ft.LA .. 14A.. w/rnt. epts.-lOCW I
:3IR. 21. sq. ap'
DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS COURT. By: Beuloh Frame home good location 2SR,2B-Park Place. ..., Acres Union County! .S.2:10.'J: SVi acres fin. '''o"eI.f harvesteble timber r ...1
THRU ACRES fish pond Included. Three .bedroom heme.
NOT SO FILED Moody. Deputy Clerk. $17.100. ,surveyed'fer. lot subdivision 122.500.

WILL BE FOREVER BAR. EDGAR W. McCURRY. OUT-OF-TOWN HOMIS Only $24.500.COMMERCIAL. 7 Acres L.$11.SOO.S i i 'V ', i.! ," -4 ( VV

RED JR., 2626 Independent 38R: II. frm. 21 .cr... :3-cer ,aroe-M.L. Sterling Rd.4IR. Acres ......'...$17500. .Appro/20 acres US 301 goes lo Railroad Wooded
Date of the first Square, Jacksonville II. frame large lot. leke Butler. .PROPERTY HWY 301-Yewr chelte .. severe) 2 lets en Old lewteyj 13.000 per A. with term: .,iI V

publication of this Noticeof Florida 32202.: -3IR. 21. Stucco. Fireplace 301 South. locations available. With or without .buildings.OVER Read.$5.000 each.' .1- I. V V
Administration: April 9O /35 .21"0. Attorneyfor lot. 2 mobile homes-Sampson lake Rd.Baeutlful. '20. .
Large Cernerilet, ,OrengeStreee.eOO. Acres.wooded| \! pines $22.000 end $204..
9. 1931 Plaintiff. 4 '..21. brick epx. IOA-W, of lewtey.Freme. ONI ACRE IN TOWN-freme h._. S24.M4), /"ft 'wllh'T, I
V
'. / L.G. Edward Jr.A 4/23 2tchg 4/30. S '.. IB. lg.outbldg..ep .'1, A.-Stern .... V "

'. ronol of tho Represenfulivw Estate, ofIIOYU _3 '.. 1$. freme, 100x75 let w/gerege In Hempton.Pool. RENTAL HOUSE In town en nice .let. .12..... V I .Acre..9..$ .000.l, pecenlrees. I f ,' "bit I1'I') Home letS3.000, V,

UNITED STATES DISTRICT I. FP. ".. 2B Brkk-Country Club eree.lerge. V ..

I Ate..(.,.t.G lAIIOHMiy EDWARDS. COURT.DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.JACKSONVILLE MIDDLE. appro. SA.. 3BR 2B S... 1001. SOUTHERN STYLi Lerge five ..........twe story ho.... en ',OUIINVINTO.Y IS LOW WII:4"'JQT.I., : LISTINGS.-C4ILLJso. All YOUR. REAL ;.'(

FOR PER DIVISION '. ACREAGE "beautifully laisdsceped] let. WENEIDLISTINGSIIITerry 1flAT.4EDS" /, -IP J J.j 'li'iVIV' V .

'.""AI MLPMESENAh -'7 ecres, 2 trailer hookups Crosby leke Shores.. Klngeley$ leke Rentals. Services. ;, A' )944-l7M,,", NYTIMI 1.-DAY OR NIGHT) I

VI l HH I...... I. Wel UNITED STATES OF V Lake Lot Sampson leke.Approximately Property Fenegeme [ A. Galnes-712-3911 I.... ,JiI" AFTCRHdUKSrtlion

ty.tlottli ri,lm Btt|.lw
,'........, P M..I Mo :'::1091t ecres-CHf SR233. Irene L. Faulkner.. e.IAUOAMOCIAT..H4..142 (lleen Stenley-473-4045 I Broker/Soleirnon ft Broker/Salesmen.
....t.I.! ..!,* ((904) vs8EPINIE -'\ acre Mobile,, Home lot Well.nel"'cr... SALESMAWS4-$.4M Petsy lewson-944-4927 1 OffTce/Ucmea'er./ *I O' ,
.".. IHSM J. JONES SR. Beeutlful. 10 ecres-Country Club. e,_. lucllleS-ry-IROKIR. SAMSMAN-431.J2M VJemes c.". ." ef U.S.lJOI..Soutb ; .1,11 I.n, ., ." V 944-7454

.'*< ...t... 4/:HI. and ELIZABETH V. Nice lot Country Club V V Sandra WUteeUtoln 5AVLISMAM431 12a V V ..Idwerds. Road I ".;"rf ,"'IV" 'V VV .j
his Wad.4IiBi.
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1981 Page 7B



Judge Green Assigned' to Alachua County; Judge Chance to BradfordIn


cases in circuit court. Last year the possible which slows down the pro-
a joint announcement by Chief to other matters of general Jurisdiction cases, Baker and Myers Act cases: him to Judge Green stating that his figure rose to 437 and projections in- cedures as well".
Judge Theron A. Yawn Jr.,and Chief enforcement assignment was subject to..rotation.He .
in Alachua County. and Family Support and
Elect ? dicate that in 1981, the criminal case "The circuit has outgrown theplan"
Judge Benjamin M. Tench, Judge Green is assigned as proceedings arising under Chapter explainted the judges are load will be 399. Green said.
assignments were made for the Bth Presiding Judge of Division 409.2564 Florida Statutes, 1979 and< rotated on six: month assignments but
2, Bradford juvenile cases in 1973 He told this! paper that he plans to
Judicial Circuit, assigning Judge Criminal for those arrested may be kept on assignment up to a
Circuit Courtof emergency hearings
Department numbered 23. Last year the court propose to the other judges at the
Jr. .
R.A. Green back .
and to Alachua Alachua County and to other matters for failing to purge when heldIn year or more. handled 183 and this year the juvenilecase meeting on May 3, that the judges
County M. Carlisle reappointing to Union Judge general jurisdiction in Alachua contempt in Domestic ,Relations load is projected at 181. ought to amend the proposal and take
Wayne 1 County effective County. proceedings.Judge He indicated judges are assigned Probate cases in 1973 was 43. Last into consideration the case load in
July through December of Judge Carlisle in addition to being Green, under his present January 1 through June 30 and from year there were 96 cases and this year 1981.
this year. Administrative Judge of Union County assignment, has spent 1 1/2 days each July 1 through December 31. during the first quarter there have Since 1973 Judge Green pointed out
Appointments are ,made by the will be Administrative Judge of ieek on Baker County matters and 3 "Changes are made as they become been 37 cases. that four new prisons have been add-
chief judge for six month periods on the Probate, Incompentency, Guar 1/2 days a week on Bradford County necessary," Judge Yawn said. Until last summer all circuit court ed to the circuit Baker Correctional
January 1 and July 1 of each year according dianship' and Trust Department of matters. He has also handled under judges lived in Alachua County. Institution was Uylt several years
to Judge Yawn. Alachua County and to other mattersof this procedure juvenile, probate and Judge Green and his family repur- ago near Olustee Lawtey Correc-
Judge Chester B. Chance is,being general jurisdiction in Alachua civil matters.In Since Article five went into effect chased the house on Walnut Street tional Institution "Reception and
assigned as Administrative Judge of County. Carlisle served in Bradford other counties where a judge is January I, 1973. the judges have been that they sold some years ago and Medical Center near Lake Butler was
Bradford County and other matters of from July 1, 1978 to December 31, assigned for-a day and a half the rotated over the six counties. moved back to Starke last July under construction when" Article S
general jurisdiction in Alachua County 1979, served in Baker County in 1980 juvenile cases are being handled by Judge Green in a lengthy Interview went into effect in 1973 and,Cutler
and II now presiding Union County. the county judge, except: in Baker cited some reasons a judge "I've been covering the entire circuit Transit Unit (Tent City) was'built
Judge Green has been Administrative Judge Yawn will be assigned as Administrative County.All should be assigned to Bradford County court load in Bradford County", since 1973 in Bradford County west of
Judge of Bradford and Judge of the Circuit on a permanent basis. Judge Green said. Florida State Prison.
Baker counties since January 1 of this Court of Gilchrist and Levy Counties, the counties in the circuit except For many years. Judge Green Most of the judges have a full
year and moved his office to Starke and to other matters of general Baker County have lawyers as county Judge George Patten who died in stated all roads led from Gainesvillewith docket and find it most difficult to
last summer. He will be required jurisdiction In Alachua County. judge who have practiced law for five 1974 had his office for many years at the judge, state attorney and deviate from their current schedule
under the appointment to move his office years or more. the Bradford County Courthouse in public defender all based in according to Judge Green.
back to Gainesville. The county judge in Baker county Is Starke. hits successor was Judge Gainesville. The concept of the judges in the 8th
Judge Tench, in addition to his chief not a lawyer, but under Florida Carlisle who had his office in Judge Green feels that the presentcase Judicial Circuit according to Judge
Judge Osee R. Fagan has been judge duties will be Administrative Statutes is allowed to serve as county Gainesville. load in the 8th Judicial Circuit Green, is that during their six-year
assigned as Administrative Judge of Judge of the Juvenile Department of judge if elected. It was not( until this year that a Circuit has outgrown the plan of feeding the elected term that the judges serve in
the circuit court of Baker County and the Circuit Court and< to other mattersof Judge Yawn, in a telephone Inter- Court Judge was based in Starke. judges out of Gainesville to the each of the six: counties in the circuit.
Administrative Judge of the Civil general jurisdiction in Alachua view with this paper Tuesday, April Judge Green says that he has asked smaller counties. He pointed out that
Department of the Circuit Court, and County. 28, was quite emphatic about the fact for time at the Judges' Monthly Bradford County has always had the "I have no quarrel with thatphilosophy"
to other matters of general jurisdiction Bradford County Judge Elzie S. that there are no permanent Meeting, to be held in Judge Yawns' second highest caseload in the circuit. Judge Green said.
in Alachua County.: Sanders and Union County Judge A.L. assignments of circuit court judges in chambers at 4 p.m., Tuesday. May 5, Judge Tench was appointed by
Judge John J. Crews is assigned as Driggers along with the county the 8th Judicial Circuit.He and plans to ask the Judge to recon- "It's human nature that when you President John F. Kennedy in 1961
Presiding Judge Division L, Criminal judge's of Levy and Gilchrist Counties stated when the appointmentwas sider basing a Judge in Bradford are rolling out of your office in and served several years as US Ambassador
Department, and Administrative are appointed acting circuit court made assigning Judge Green to County. Gainesville to spend no extra time in to Panama before he came
Judge, Criminal Department of the judges until further order( of the court Bradford County effective January 1, Judge Green says that Bradford the small counties", Judge Green back to Gainesville and became a circuit
Circuit Court of Alachua County and for purposes of entertaining juvenile 1981> that a cover letter was sent by County, in 1973 handled 183 criminal said. "You will go back as quickly as court judge.



I Hampton Hilites .


Dolores were married April 11 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and well. He has served this area for 12 Holiday on Ice ')Seville Brad Snow Brenda Crutis
by Phone 468-1915 Meng Ronnie Newman near Interlachen. daughters. Natalie and Cynthia of 1/2 years. Mrs. Lucy Hodges and her granddaughter Julie Dorminey Tammy Peeples,
Congratulations to them also. Lynneis Winter Haven spent two days last Amy, enjoyed the HolidayOn Amy Williams, Melissa Payne,
Easter Egg Hunt the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. week with his mother, Mrs. Belle German Students Leave Ice entertainment in Jacksonvillelast Melissa Williams, Ray Davis and

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt was Harold E. Waters. Brown, Visiting Mrs. Brown on The thirteen high school students Wednesday.Mr. Steve Sheppard.
held 18 at the Thursday were her neice Mrs. and their teacher from Erftstadr and Mrs. E.W. Hodges Mark Hampton came out in fourth placein
on April Hampton City
Park. Those finding prize eggs and Birthdays Thelma Milhcan and Sylvia Bruin of Germany, left the Gainesville Airport and Tonya, Randy and Darlene went the Countywide Events. Melissa
number of Mary Williams, our Postmistress Ocala. Sunday afternoon following four to Jacksonville on Sunday where they Payne was awarded a ribbon for successfully
awarded the largest 50 cent coins. Prizes eggs were were celebrated her birthday on April 22. Mrs. Brown accompanied Mr. and delightful weeks in this area. They enjoyed the Shrine Parade. attaining 6th place by girlsin
awarded to Jeanni Rowland Chico She was pleasantly) surprised with a Mrs. Raleigh Brannon of Lake Bed were given a tour of the tower at the Visits Mother a combination of all events.
Woods Drake Robin, Grffis cake presented by some of her loyal ford to Gainesville on Monday where airport as well as a first hand look at Mrs. Martin Meng and daughter Principal Connie Clark and Debbie
Sandy patrons. She also enjoyed the good Sue of last week Bigham accompanied the group to the
and Dewey McClellan.A she kept score while enjoyed the cockpit and mechanism their Amanda sent several days
wishes extended throughout the day. bowling. plane. with her family Mr. and Mrs. Willard Meet,
number of
large Hampton area
Marcie Carpenter celebrated her Their last week at Bradford High Stinson. Her mother is recuperatingfrom Publix Field Trip|
children enjoyed hunting the eggs and 8th birthday on April 25. Attend FuneralMr. was busy. Their sponsors took recent surgery. Mindy McLean's 4th graders and
very
appreciated the refreshments of cup Robert Burns celebrated his 8th birthday and Mrs. Gerald Adkins attend. them to the Cummers Art Museum in Wallace Collins returned home last Jlaudette Peterson's 5th grade class
cakes and punch.Refreshments on April 27. ed the funeral on Monday of Raymond Jacksonville. Also they toured the week from the Veterans Hospital. We chose the Publix Supermarket in
were furnished by Jody Wadsworth appreciates the Brown, their long time friend who campus of the University of Florida. hope he continues to regain good Gainesville for their first field trip of
Lola Williamson Mabel McCulIough. gift of a banjo he received for his 13th died at the age of 78. The funeral ser- One day they viewed first hand the health. the school year last Friday
Lori Brooks Hank LoU and the City of birthday on April 26. He and his family vice was held at Sardis Baptist operations of the Bradford County Robbin Wadsworth spent the The students enjoyed tours throughthe
Hampton. Gratitude also goes to the the Jerry Wadsworth's celebrated Church in Worthington Springs with Telegraph. Friday they enjoyed a weekend in Jacksonville with her Meat Department. the
Pmebreeze Egg Farms in Melrose with a cake decorated with a guitar. burial in Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. covered dish dinner at the home of Aunt, Lilla Barber. She also enjoyedthe Delicatessan and the Produce
who donated the eggs. They all spent the weekend campingat James Nessmith were also among Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Whiffen on Holiday on Ice festivities. Department. Their favorite sectionwas
Senior Citizens the Lawtey Blue Grass Festival. friends attending the funeral. Kingsley Lake. the Bakery where delicious

The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Jody Wadsworth entertained with Hampton Lake They all enjoyed swimming Hampton Eleinetitary Schuol goodies were being baked and
will meet on Friday May 1, at 2 p.m. his guitar at the Bluegrass Jamboree Farewell Dinner boating and skiing in Kingsley and Physical Fitness Meet beautiful cakes were being decorated.
in the City Hall. All over 55 are cor- held Easter weekend at the Sheriff Rev. James Shaw was honored Sun- Hampton Lake. Mr.and Mrs.Joe Rid- Students from Mrs. Millie Galanos' Publix generously supplied (the
dially invited to enjoy visiting and John Whitehead Ranch near Lake day at a Farewell Covered Dish Din dick and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Physical I Education classes students with an apple a cookie and a
Butler. the home of Register.III were among sponsors special coloring book. Another
games. ner given at Dolly Simpson. represented Hampton Elementary
Visitors who treated the students royally and highlight occurred: when students
Congratulations Approximately 60 friends of Rev. School in the Physical Fitness Meet
Mark Joyner and Rhea Patrice Cor- Cassie Cooper left April 18 to be Shaw's attended the dinner and relax- who regretted to see them leave. held at Starke Elementary School last were allowed to ring up grocer

bett were married on April 10 at the with her husband, John Cooper, who ing conversation later. Since he is beIng Thursday. Among 4th 5th, 6th and 7th prices on the cash registers
Church of God in Starke. Mark is the is with the Navy in Bethesda transferred to Tallahassee in the Happy Birthday graders participating m the various Then the group enjoyed their picnic
son of Mr.. and Mrs..Royce Joyner;' Maryland. Her mother Mrs Ruth near future his parishioners from the .. Cindy Parado celebrated her 11th relays and, other physical Activities lunch at Northeast Pal'k.1'hey all enjoyed
.,. Christian Church ,, rthday en April 22 at her new home "' Eva this educational day and look
We wish thell\. \uch happiness. Ri Timmy Gaskins.. .. .and Lynne Waters' weather quite cool there. friends took this occasion to wish him here. Long, Rob Powers Sid Russell Bill forward to the next tup




I Lawtey News i


by Elizabeth Terry Lewis McKinnie's home on Easter Richard Carter returned home from Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan and Griffis on Sunday afternoon at New Mrs. Mitchell Brown and grand
Phone 782-3300 Sunday. Alachua General Hospital, Mrs. Flossie Reddish attended the River Congregational Methodist children Kelly and Minnie Brown
Mrs. Lissie Starling of Jackson- Gainesville on Saturday afternoon.Mr. 60th Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Church. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown and

NOTICE: TilE THRIFT SHOP is ville, returned home on Monday after and Mrs. Leo Dyal were Easter Mrs. Ruffin Griffis on Sunday after- Chief and Mrs. Wayne Gustafsonand daughters, Michelle and Tracey, Mr.
having a Yard Sale at the Methodist spending two weeks with her Sunday dinner guests of their brother- noon at New River Congregational family were Easter weekend Donny Wise and sons, Craig. Kevin
Church on Saturday, May 2 from 10 daughter, Mrs. Elsie Norman. in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Methodist Church. guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Miss Carol Beam of Keystone
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. L..C.Smith of Dade City McNeil of Gainesville. Friends of Mrs. Jim Haga of Bill Dobbs and Chris. Mrs. Gustafson Heights Margaret Wise, Mr and
were Thursday overnight guests ofMr. Johnny DeVore of Winter Park, Jacksonville were happy to learn and children spent two weeks with her Mrs. Ralph Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Ray
: and Mrs. Oscar Carter and they spent the Easter weekend with his that she was able to come home Sun parents and Chief Gustafson came for Hosier, !Mike Sanders. Miss Debbie
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright and with Mrs. Carter visited Richard mother, Mrs. Pauline DeVore and day afternoon after surgery on Monday the Easter weekend. They returned to Ake, Mr and Mrs Max Henslcy ol

childrenvVan and Kim of Lakeland Carter on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Patterson, Mrs. Our prayers are with her. their home in Pensacola on Sunday Starke
spent the. Easter weekend with their Friends of Mrs. M.B>, Crapse, Sr., Linda Adkins and her son, John April 19. During the afternoon friends: and
mother Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. regret to learn that she is a patient in David DeVore, and his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joey Starling took i relatives stopped by (to have the tradi-
Joining' them Sunday for dinner were Bradford County( Hospital. Our Angie, Miss Ginger Layman of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles .SPKt'ILNOI: 'UK tional birthday take and punch. nuts.
Mr!'and Mrs. Allen Brown and Kathyof prayers are with her. Orange Park were there for Sunday Starling Wayne and Melissa to the Mrs. Purvis Brown was the mints. etc. Among t hose verc: Pastor
Jacksonville Denise and Lisa Dur- Kindle Bryan Mobley of Baldwin dinner with Mrs. Pauline DeVore. Western Steer house for Sunday din- Honoree a Dinner given on her 75th and Mis David IJroun, Uev and Mis
banfjof Jacksonville Beach, Mr. and spent the weekend, with his grand- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal attended the Birthday at her home Among those DaveIadl'iros.! Kvv and :Mrs
Mr J E. Mclver of Ocala also Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Camp. Dinkins Family Reunion at Gold ner.Elzie (Pat) Griffis attended the 60th who helped her celebrate this special Cieoige Prevail and son (ieorue.! Jr/ .
Jim* Whiter whose wife Mrs. Ellen They took him to the Blue Grass Head Branch on Saturday.Mrs. Wedding Anniversary of his brother- occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. John :Mis: SheEr)' Craxvtoicl and son
Whitepiahlhattime. was a patient in Festival on Saturday morning to help Marjel Dobbs and her mother, in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis. Paula and Jimmy. Mr. and Jot i-in jSouthside '.
Alafctoua.General Hospital, him celebrate his fourth birthday. Mrs. Branning of Madison and Mr.
Gainesville.We Mrs. C.R. Crews spent Easter week Ode Dobbs of Lake Butler visited his
are happy to report that with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Elementary School News I

Michael.D Crapse Jr.,Hon of Mr. and and Mrs. Thomas Clayton and Tinker Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Thursday.Mr. .

Mrs.! .M.D.Crapse, Sr., of Lawtey, has of Franklin Jacksonville.Street Baptist She Church attended with and Mrs Edward Schwartz and We welcome Mrs. Kathy Green as are: Lisa Tierney, Lori Bums. Ham Connie Colston. Tim Sin inn.( JimVhitehoad. I
been promoted to Sgt. in the U.S. Army Lorrie and Jasen of Sarasota spent an intern to our school. Mrs. Green. a Zurfluh. Robert Boone Jennifer \ ? Karen Schalci. Kiwi
,'stationed at Fort Stewart, Ga. them Mr.on and Sunday.Mrs. John Aguiar .of the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. student at (he University of Florida Brown Brian Davis. and Julie Duiden. Judson Jackson. Saia Stall
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of to visit their James Waters.Mr. is scrivng her internship in Mrs. Haisten Group I of the Eye Witness ing. Sain)ra AddiMin. Ki: .ic .Ni/vvoi. I h.
Jacksonville came
her sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Oscar Carter and all of and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Janet Neighbors' second grade News team won again this week James ;M.irlm. Tun Lewis. Cam.ii'(I
Mrs.
Gainesville, Monday to Wednesday. sister Richard CarterIn Mrs. Jack Estes visited Mr. Estes on classroom. Members of this group arc: Eric and ('hul'kIUI'I'OW.: .
They were Tuesday dinner guests of them Alachua visited her General son, Hospital, Saturday and he seemed to be a little The new library assistants who will Noegel. Robert Boone Jimmy Uur- Results ol the liiadloid (Count
Mrs.. J.L. Kirkland. Miss Terry had better and knew them. be serving for the last six weeks of chick. Chuck !Monioo, and L>'mla I'hjsii-ul Ki I IlIl'SSll'l't: he-Id'Ihursda.v.:
an appointment with Dr. Donald Gainesville and Mrs.on Friday Leon night.Starling, Mrs. Mr. James Ellison of Jacksonville this school year are: Lanell Donlcy, Wilson. This week's questions t were ,April 21.: lists \s winners i in order hum
Mr.
Quick Wednesday and she received a Lois Carter and Mr. and Mrs. George spent Saturday with Petty Officer 1st Eric Noegel. Carlo Haley Felix: about the space shuttle. world. local lust place to tilth place: tin'Is .
good report.Mr. John attended their Class and Mrs. Joe Harris and family. Morgan. Lena Looney. Christina events and people in (the nous haute)' School first. Sou HIM do
and
Shuford son, ,
and Mrs. Ralph Wise and their Mrs. ShufordNlcula's They had a cookout during the afternoon Rogers Carla Harrcll Stanley Grif- In !Mrs Terri Prevail' third grade Element: )'. Situkc (Elemental: .
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and daughter. Gayle a nurse at and all enjoyed it very much. 1 lis Neal McElhenn Zenann room the"A" honor roll students are: I Hampton .ind looker, The winners
Mrs, Sam Wise, of Starke were graduation as There Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicula and Williams Elizabeth Howell Rusty Link Bishop Shana Sehmilt. and in Bos l.iivtc)' First St.ukeKlemenlar.v .
guests of their brother and sisterinlaw Lake City on Friday in the night.class 27 their parents Mr. and Mrs. O. Nicula Eberle, and 1\lal'ilynn McGee. Each Zenannilliams. Then I Honor roll : .'. .Southside; Klonifnlar:
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wise of Opp. were 28 graduates and Vickie were Easter Sunday din of these students work in the library names are LKvajne Allen Michael I Hampton ;'Ind l ISiookcr, Soul hside
Ala., Friday until Monday. The Wise ladies and one man. to that ner guests of their brother-in-law and with carding and circulation as well Gixiwm und Jason her'sey. student finishing in the' I top :six are:
Reunion was held at Mr. and Mrs. We are happy report sister Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of as shelving for one-half hour each The new safety P'lll'CIllIll'mht.'I's for Stephanie
Jacksonville.Mr. day, When they complete their the last six weeks period tire: Angela I'eKK' I'etlew''!)'. Jl l\ Blown and
and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of assigned term successfully each Sweat. John Smith. Jennifer Drown. Uobeit Pitlman t .
Maxville, spent the weekend at their award.
receives an
I School Lunch Menus mobile home here and with their son-
Field trips coming up: Friday. May
_uv__.,..2.."' til A"woe a .uia\.uiia.;......;... nnH wiivi milk iniin.Tu in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. 1. all second graders at Southside ill. Starke Elementary School NewsThe I
Souths'ile. Starke Lawtey.Hampton. -nrta>. :\IIIY 3: Lasagna. gardcr Glenn Shuford and family. go to the Florida State Museum in
Brooker Elementary salad. French bread, apple crisp. Billy Crouse of Jacksonville with his spent Gainesville. Each: child is to bring a 18th annual Bradford County 4th Place .- I Hampton JoIL'I1I.l1J5U: : (
and Bradford Middle and milk. Sunday afternoon parents. sack lunch: drinks will be provided.On Physical Fitness meet was held at the points:
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse. had a
Wl'llnl'lIday141": II Fried chicken. They (o'rid..y..Ia: )' 8. all fourth grades BUS Track April 2.vilh Starke ;:>t ll h Pl lt.'c linmkcr JoIL'n\.2HJ: !
Schools: salad beans, hot cookout celebrate his 27th birthday.All iit Southside will to Stephen Poster
macaroni green : go Elementary hosting the event. All the points:
May I-K rolls cherry pie. and milk. the family in town enjoyed it with Memorial near Unite Springs: This elementary schools in Bradford County 'Ihe indixidual I \,WIIIIILTS: received

:Monday. May I: Sausage rice & Thursday! :slay 7: Meat loaf( mashed them.Mr. and Mrs. Furman Courson of trip will be a culmination of their were present with their top eight ribbons: (for outstanding pvi'formances" !
tomato gravy field peas pears. potatoes w/gravy. turnip greens. of studies. of famous composers. and afirst" I bins and girls competing. in each of the six: vvvnts.; 'nle)' ire:
cornbread. and milk. cornbread strawberry shortcake Slarke Acre Sunday dinner guests time for field trips to this site results follows:
The boys are as :
Tuesdayla.v: 3: Tuna salad on lettuce and milk. Mr. and Mrs.! Earl Troxell.: for students at Southside. Each child 1st Place Lawtey KleinU.I4: : GIKLSTrac: ) lollley-6K; .
beans. buttered corn. cole slaw Mrs. Ellen White came home from sack lunch. two canned
Corndogs. will
green .'Ildll"lay: Ki bring a points StephanieJ'Stec( iiH7. : LisaTierney381
fruit cup cinnamon swirl bread. baked beans fruit lello and milk. Alachua General Hospital. drinks if desired, and $1.50 to cover 2nd Place Starke Elem.M9.1: : ; : L'nissa KmK-;>;>7.: Peggy
Gainesville Thursday April 2J:
on
and mlk.Wednesday which will include entrance
expenses: h'etteway-1311: : and :Melissa
:May It: Meat loaf buttered AL-A-CAIITE after spending three weeks there. to the memorial and the I boat ride on points.3rd Place Southside Elem-MHo: l'a.vne-V.4.;
Henry Hodges and daughter Sarah
whole potatoes green peas. the Sim'a nee Kivcr
banana,.cheese rolls and milk. Munda)'. :\hlI : Hamburgers. attended the Stock Car Races at Lake In :Mrs Brcnda Stroud's fifth grade. points Elem-JU17 BOYS: Tim .uis-5Tl; ; Clinton
Thursday: >' 71 Spaghetti wI meat cheeseburgers pizza milkshakes.. City Speedway on Saturday night. Carla McCulchvon: has earned an"A" 4th Place Hampton Jenkins-; ; : Chad Ueddish-3V; John

sauce cheese Ktix: garden salad. French fries. Rev. and Mrs Edgar Wilkison of on each spelling test for the last six points Place Brooker Elcm28'JH:! !) Berry.W4.; : Jmlj Uro\\n-V; :l, Robert
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apple crisp. French bread and Turmla.t. May S: Pizza. hamburgers. Hollibter. stopped by to see Miss weeks. Honda Jackson Kim Griffis 5th Pitt man'332.; :
milk.Frld&ay'May. French fries, onion rings. Elizabeth Terry while on their way and Tim Strong have perfect attendance points. All eighty participants received
results changed slightlJt'with
: lit :Macaroni chrme." ',* milkshakesWrdnrwla home Sunday afternoon after he ( for this !six weeks. The class is The girls in the of Be Our Guest"! cards from
turkey Nandwich or IJ: peanut" buffer *. :\hn' 6: Cheeseburgerspizza. preached the Homecoming messageat ,looking forward to their field trip on an error results figuring :McDonalds which entitles them to a
The correct arc as
.French onion rings.
fries. his former church at Lake City percentiles.
IIl1l1d\\Ic'hCo'abbalCf' slaw. apple \pril :10 to Gainesville to see the free hamburger. french fries and
Juice, yellow Co'lIkt"frult" lopping. milkshakes. where he was pastor for some time. mo\'ic. Dr. Doolillle. The third grades! follows: Starke Elcm.I24U: coke. We would like to thank DeWitt
and milk. Thursday May 7: Hamburgers' pizza Mr and Mrs: Charles Starling. ,and the fifth grades will attend this 1st Place C. Jones for providing a canopy for-
? tuna salad French fries Wayne and Melissa attended a Gospel points. table.
the
moxieon 30 scorers
April
-' Bradford High School mllluihakes.I'rlll. Sing In Palatka on Thursday April 23. The students in :Mrs Elaine wood's 2nd Place Luwtej ..Elcm.3233points. : We thank all the coaches and principals ,

: REGULAR .., Muv Hi Tuna French salad. (pizza.frie The Kingsmen*and' -the-Scriptures 'ifth grade making (the AU honor roll 3rd .Place Southside Elem.3233paints. : for their support and partici-

)llJitda,',.Maj'.4; Chicken II' noodles hamburgers.milkshake. < Carnes Quartet.of While Palatka.there the/visited! Mrs. I for the fifth six weeks grading period pation in making this event a success.Apr1130. .

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I: UCFs Raymond Massey Honored t fn ,.; \ ". I


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For Leading Role, in Rescue ,




At a luncheon at the Governor's were holding secretary Terrie Rimesas 2,000 inmates.
mansion In Tallahassee, Gov. Bob a hostage at knifepoint. Earlier "Massey coped with growth difficulties -

Graham honored Union Correctional Deborah Wright another secretarywas with calmness, firmness and .".
Institution Superintendent Raymond rescued by alert officers about 15 fairness." Wainwright said.
D Massy and ten other slate minutes after Mitchell and Rasberry Other state employees honored by .,:
employe tT.milay. Apr! 27. had taken the pair hostage. Gov. Graham at the luncheon Included :'.-
,i". rescue team in groups of three, : Paul) Keith, Department of Ad- IMS' ).
I.", "I.-1 ,'" > Jonionstrcttpdi "d! the room and rescued ministration ; John Harris, Jr., Preparation Under Way... ;t
i \ 'n' ''e si t'lII at U( 'f ''. i i Mitcho'l was shot to death and beverage officer; Dr. Edwin Moore,
.''I''Hi!.' !I'i( ,n in )J'1f's "m.; i I. '. w.,>> fi-iously injured. research scientist Citrus; Mozella Workmen this week are repaying the parking lot of The move win almost double th. ..> he Food :j;
ho tag t (<' 1>. uati'in ; i 'KL" ".it! "" .. i i i A/US recently indicted by Williams, clerk typist III, Depart Starke Plaza In preparation of Pantry Pride's new store Fair Store. .i
February 16-1 in which two Union County Grand Jury on six; ment of Commerce; Jerry Owen an opening next week. ,"
secretaries! were taken hostage at the felony counts and is awaiting trial on engineer with the Department of Environmental ''F '

prison.Massey joined the DOC iiLAewras a Q-wing those charges at KSP.and is an inmate on Carr behavioral Regulation program; Mae associate Belle, New Pantry Pride Store to Open Here :l R 'ay 6 }

classification[ officer, in IfifiB! he Massey and his staff were praisedby Health and Rehabilitative Service;
'., the Union County Grand Jury Helen White employment office
bet mie duel i- -lfi<. tiouoi I fI'erIn:
l Iq ;-.i ,rl.'n' ;:'' ,I >I' "'htch recently investigated the supervisor Labor and Business A newly remodeled blue and white Sixty persons will be employed in Pantry Pride inntral and north

SUp '1 llltMiiivL'nt and Jll li/i, 11'< J' omoiid i, Mge incident. Regulation; Vernon Bell, investigation Pantry Pride supermarket will open the new grocery store, compared to 13 Florida. .
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I'I oJ -tirjerintcmiiinl d. in' I ICH' In a letter to Gov. Graham, DOC supervisor, Department of Professional doors at 9 a.m. next Wednesday May in the old store. Most of the employeesfrom Jim Rountre manager of the GUI'rent .
hat held the position since that time Secretary Louie L. Wainwright said Regulations; Charles Potts, 6, in Starke Plaza Shopping Center on the old store and some former Food Fai store here will be ,*
Massey at 1 a.m. Tuesday, Massey was able to "sustain tranquil research engineer, Department of west Madison Street. Piggly-Wiggly employees will work in manager of tl. .eN store Williams
February 17, gave the order for nine ty" at UCI during a time when the inmate Transportation; and Clara York accounting The new store will be open from 7 the new store, according to Danny says. RountrEe will have two. .
officers including himself, to storm population was growing al an director, Department of a.m. until midnight seven days a Williams, advertising manager for assistants Craig Padgett and Roy ..
the courtroom where inmates Jerry "alarming rate". UCI is the state's Veteran and Community Affairs. week effective May 7. Opening day Pijllian a
Rasberry ;and Kay Anthony Mitchell largest penal institution with over hours will be 9 a.m. to midnight. High Coat .f( Unto( Sol TM Down I '
The supermarket will feature a
complete deli and have a fresh food Lake Butler Apartment. Lake Butler Florida may I
bakery. Since being vacated when have the answer you have been looking for....
> q. Piggly-Wiggly went out of businesslast Now taking application for 1 BR, 2 BR, 3 BR & 4 ...
E.\q )ian: ; I ,F' ''''' : Treatment month, the building, owned by BR July occupancy Laic Butler Apartments. offer

Guy Andrews, has been completely central heat and air wall-to-wall carpeting, kitchen
remodeled.The appliance. aid on-site laundry ficUitiea. The units
are well-designed and spacious.For HOME fOR SALE
new supermarket will replacethe
Judge Grei-n- ; Orders/ : current Food Fair store on south those who qualify there la a federally funded Hampton Nice 2BR. 1 .'
Walnut Street in Starke. The new subsidy program available,whereby rent 1 i. based on bath nome on country
store is almost double the size of the income. setting In convenient '
current Food Fair store, with 22,000 Pleaoe 'write' for wore Informationkjd application: downtown section. :
Or. Wi.:lian1 3 Lennon, executive was called several times: to the Brad- square feet of space compared to Casa del Mar Apartment, SUM Road 3, St. Pretty lot with large
director f (lie 'iradfon. Iri nn ford County Jail in Starke and after 13500. Augustine Florida! 82084. detached garage wltn

Guidanc ft; r. foul the bourn :oldirectors : 1 set ing the patient Judge Green Equal Housing. OpportunityFOR a' variety of possible
\ it t .1 ..nonllil.v fin t )II|4 adored him to be treated by the Lake .- uses. Excellent financing ..
YOURREA1
Thursdax April 23 at thf '.ak<- t Lutl'T] .:'ily Center.An available.
Clinic that four people including him. attempt was made according to ESTATE NEEDS Huntley Call For Details
Ev.ry Friday
Dr. Lennon to place the patient at IN UNION COUNTY Redfearn's
have been ordered by Circuit Court I Eleanor B. Cannon
7:30p.m.:
Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green Jr.. to appear Florida State Hospital at Macclennybut Resis.ntlalAcreage Commercial 473-7028 Realtor 375-2483
at a hearing to show cause why that hospital stated they could Call or 372-1463

they shouldn't be held in contempt of take him only until the next day Venera Brown: Fin. furnitureTporcelain, household It.m., jewelry sew. tiVICES 340 tfn
Lennon stated that both Judge
court machines
Ing
antiques, collectibles, etc. I
The hearing has been set for noon Green and Sheriff Dolph Reddish RealtorAssociate49o3022 I I Thur.-Sun. .
Thursdsv April 30 in the chambers were upset by the chain of events in FLEA MARKET 11 am..6p.m. AAA '

of.Jud,!.' i rf'i 1t the Br ford'-! which' the patient was not kept under TIHIn and Oweni.lnc., (Inside) 473-7181 Repairs Of Major REAL ESTATE
v i "I t firScf "-t t order at the Lake City in-take Realtors, Have your garage sole with us or op.n your own business Electric Appliances AGENCYPh.
))r Leimlor p' lor |lust $4.00 a day. First w.ek FREE on monthly r.ntal. Serving Bradford fi
''I' B-M Guidance Clinic board of Riverfront & River access Crafts Cloy 752-0577 .
I nf 'thf 'iii people 8 artists w.lcom. No charge to charitieswhile Counties ,
> pied; a policy that the lota. OFFERS:
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1 \ son (" > space Is available. -- -
"the" \ot, i !''lor" I II ,.,un/most responsibility of No more looking build or GAME ROO OPENING s "\ON lawrenco Blvd. KeyttoneCfawsrctaL Fenced yard' :

I '",II I'e, IllC. 'tit Lcu\, 'i-i! ',< i il clinic, in Starke and Lakeis put your trailer on home Downtown| Keystone Heights on Consignments shade trees, 3 BR, I B
the m-take\ clinic docwMhafre LO the treatment of im- foundation with other 1mHighway 21, one block 5.01 Hwy K. Accepted w/centrol air low DP low'

are the people ordeiea LO..,- .ely dangerous patients under provements. 4.7 acre. off -- monthly payments 1 tc
in court the definition of the Baker Act. qualified buyer in Shaw'.
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pear 238. Owner financed. -- i. -- i
The "'a*" stems fr,m a p-t t''Pnl :ir- The clinic board went on) record Very good homesite 3,99 gui 1 addition
rated l'\ I't' 111I iJfiTf,: 'Dourly that it is the board's position that OeP Chest'
Sheriff; < 'IT "I" -' ,,11 I I t' '\' i j'' dangerous civil Baker Act patients acres, highway frontage I \ I Spanish decor 3 BR 1MB.
ai '"it' d n'dho w t i' i tJtr. lould be treated in a "secure" on 239. Choice spot a AtKeystoneHeights recently redecorated. Low ;..'
d'cd' 'Ruder'' the )J" ,iker A- .'.A.: r designated treatment facility and not bargain buy.INVESTORS. I 964-5417 I monthly payments tc .

A, i patients are treated as mentally the county jails. "When such a facilityis Operating I Evangelist Robert Bell qualified buyers.
ill patients. not secure it is our position that hog farm 473.3516 I ,

Lennon explained that once or twicea such a facility be so secured im Get the most for your I 475-2813 $ acres west ol Providence ..
year a Baker Act patient becomes mediately", the policy said. money for this 2 BR 1BathFrameRome.SR18 I Ideal for: doublewtde.
very agressive and a person of this The board of directors approved a I Sunday Services 11 a.m. & G:30: p.m Notary service :
type could hurt another person he statement that in the absence of sucha I
1 acre, fenced in yard Bible study 10 a.m.
secure facility it is the board's position -
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reportedThe Alter Hours
person was arrested by fiOSD that one be developed in the .Iargeoaks. Thursday Bible study .7:00 p.m. I John Longford Jr. ":..i'3

and wa"rrtprd< by the court to'be Bradford-Union area. Combative pa-1 ... '0' r I' 'I,1., ,. Excellent Buy older I Temporarily meeting pn,$vyan Lake between Hlilcrest & Metros*on C219 > ReahorAssociuPe> .u iW
Ice
f' .it" ,1'1 'i its, when tractable, can beerred remodeled home completely t Where God Is. worshipped In spirit AY truth.'John 4:24 496-3814 ': :

( to a less secure facility. furnished on 121 in J-o- __ _ __ __ __ _....
B'-.ulf'ir, Union Guidance Clinic .
; 1"ab I taker I h' Worthington
"i' i '> -lake L.., '.' ,>II tic 'ti the plan is most willing C"I FOR SALE
t II I i I .111 :' MilS 01 II: .. 1 (, .- m the development and
inn of this month according! lo Di. supervision: of such a local program.A OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES -
Lennon Three times the DCSD was copy of the board's philosophywas CIFTSSee; Union '. '
railed to take the person back to sent to Judge Green, Judge County Times open Monday -
Slarke Wayne M. Carlisle, Sheriff Reddish Keystone Area Ads and Tuesday 8:30 a.m.

( In one of 'hcfci"r trips Lake City perm Union County Sheriff John to 5 p.m., Wednesday. .
> not carried the: patient t.. the VA Whitehead Starke Police Chief Jim- closed Thursday and Fri.
h.?. pii.i1,! i C\ir.: ;\ il'ennct' actor ''tug; my Bowen, Bradford County Judge day 8:30: a.m. till noon. See
ti i l2ie S. Sanders and Union County our 1/2 price table of
t !lit) Lennon, BCSD "wa' railed -

puk up the patient in Gat c. lie. Judge AL. Driggers. PERSONAL FOR RENTFOR ,FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAH 3/12.selected gilt items '
Jr Lennon reported Judge Green 'i I
SERVICES l 197. FORD COURIER: low ; ,
RENT Store Appro5 -. LAKE LOT on sand bottomedlake mileage, extra clean :'
CARPENTER WORKS miles from Keystone on In Hillcrest. $800 LEGION HALL, SR-21. Sot. $3.500. call 496-3635' after' {
Remodeling work kitchen SR21 Old Gllsson Bait down $146.44 per month. 7 p.m., Sunday 2-5 p.m. 6 p.m. TFN 3/19. '"'''
cabinets and trim and Tackle Store. Phon. 473-4058 or Public Invited tfnchg 4/2 H'0 "STUMPNOCKER:" 13 '"
carpenter. Reasonable Changeable sign optlonable. 473-4367 after 6 p.m GARAGE SALE Friday and loot 9.8 hp. Mercury'1'
'y
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at Call 473-2578 or tfnchg 3/26 Saturday May I and 2. trailer, gas can. battery, .
473-2477. tlnchg2 .73.2108.3112 Hn. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Many Items. Jacobson trolling motor all m,new ,'
,srtli3 h rj AICOHOIIC ANONYMOUS Keystone Heights, owner Mark II 30" riding lawnmower condition. Make QI ''.'i''
financed 10 In $395 Sear V \ "
.d Monday 8.p.rn OPPORTUNITIESWE percent ; new Phone 496-3625 after
yni meetings
\ 1 1'A' terest. Lots on clear sand blip 36" riding lawn tractor p.m. TFN 2/19. "n
., 'U meetings, Friday
8 pm p :n"AJqnon Monday All LOOKING far four bottomed lake, priced to $795, used twice. 1973 KINGWOOD R"'ILERi;; ',it';
8 p.m. Alal.. i 'Mort ay 7 people with management sell from 9900. One to North on SR-21 to CR-352, 12X60.3 bedrooms' 1 bath,, \
'i...' ....'.. pm. All meetings-1. teaching or salesmanship five acres overlooking lake go 2 miles on paved road, good condition S6.CXX., (' :/
.... :.. ;t Educational Building, ConV background or owned (access available) with see signs. I tpd 4/30 Available June 15, yColi'Ra0 I
munlty Church. tfncrtg 4/2 small business." Mult have nice trees from $3.500. THREE FAMILY YARD SALE: 496-3185. 4tchg 4>94iOTIt : .
.., PRESSURE CLEANING.PAIN. a good self-image and able $500 down. $50 a month. Saturday May 2.9 a.m. to FT. MITCHELL with 70 rjP 01.' to.
-, ; TING and wallpapering. to handle) e large Income. Commercial 'frontage-- 3 p m. Furniture, clothes. Mercury engine and magic" ;
,\ f Phone 4732477. tfnchg 4/2 Call 372-3MI.4tcbg..1.31)HOMES investment opportunity. etc. Fairway Ave. Folio1signs. tilt trailer good condition '
SR 21 N. Owner-salesman. .
/30
PLUMBING REPAIRS-Larry J tlchg fishing or eking boat.
473-4375. tfnchg 4/2 3000. Call 964-5409 ,
T.agu. Plumbing. FOR Monday -
473-1513. tfnchg 5/21 AKC DOBERMANS-Top LOSTFOUNDFOUND thru Saturday 8 a.m. to
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY SALEBEAUTIFUL quality only. You ore Invited S p.m, Except Wed or :
WORK-build patios additions to visit our kennels.' : BLACK PART-LAB 496-3M6 alter 7pm. TFN .':' ':
remodeling hom.sand TWO ACRES- 475-1238. mole dog wearing blue col- 4/16. '._ ,
tile work. Also pain. property and home in WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN lar. Brooklyn Bay area JEIPS. CARS TRUCKS ... :
ting. Fr.. estimates. Deerwood Hills 3 miles tfnchg 3/5 Phon.473.2113.Itchg4/30 available through Govern- ,
Phone 473-4473 during north of Keystone. 34x60 IRISH SITTER AKC PUPPIES. merit Auctions In your :
day Alter S p.m. phone mobile home 3U. 2BA Born Jan. 12. Males $75; area. Many sell 'for under :
782-3906 tfnchg2 carpel CH/A, deep well females $50. Mother on HELP $200. Call 602941-8014' '__
UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED with) delicious water. premises. Call 475-1788 WANTEDNURSI ext. 8639: for your directory 't.
permanently by a 28000. Owner will after 4 p.m. or 377-5934' lo purchase. 4tchg 4/33 }
registered electrologlst finance with reasonable during day. Stpd 4/2-30 4/3O3/73/14.
NEEDED for church!
and It's Inexpensive. Call down payment. Discountfor ONI 4x8 UTILITY SHED; 1979 TOYOTA CRESSIOAl
for ''r.. demonstration cash. 912-377-749. trailer hitch for Dodge comp for In Keystone Height' Only 26,000 mile, heat
area two months dur
Nights and Sundays. Aspen; tarp cover. 8'xl2': and air. cruise control.pow.r .
without ;
... obligation. Amy'sEl.ctrolysis ,
._, Ing summer Send In. ,
.w ::1'a covered roof carrier .
490 Lawrence 912-394-0189. tfnchg 3/26 top windows, AM and :
quince to Captain Trenton
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Blvd, K.ystone..473.7003. FOR SAU ON BIO LAKE All used one time. Like FM stereo plus ..Ira.. ...
CSNIVAi Two story,.brick. new Phone 473-3162.1 tpd 33688.P.O. Box 2tchg 270848.4/30-5/7 Tampa Fl Phone .".2655. Itcha

FOR RENT .n.rGY..fflclent. 3M, 2BA.fireplace 4/30 SUBSTITUTE SCHOOl BUS 4/30." -I
Larg. carport REGISTERED APPALOOSA LADIES' BIKE n.w..at. light
DRIVER 'for
OFFICE SPACIi Keystone and workihop. 100x600"lot. ) gelding. Three years old. school Clay County Phone blue $30. Large chair, table I:
Cents Approximately oak and citrus trees. green broke, great looking system. lamp and other items.
473-3011. ask for
S94.OOO. Owner. 4732054. barrel horse; $700. transportation Phone 431.1875.
'. Itchg
$160
square .t. p.r '.
+h r rli9' month. Call Keystone FOR SAL OR RtNTl 2BR IBA 473-4667 after 5 p.m. 1 llchg 4/30-5/7 department. 2tchg 4/30. :
Heights Realty, Realtor. house)on lake Brooklyn (InSmok.rl. 430ONI TUBE TYPE BASE CB: with 24 ..
473-4961.' tfnchg ./2 .* subdivision). mat UTILITY SHED; side band channels D-104 j
Totem Polo! MOBILE HOMI LOT for CHI A... W/W carpet No trailer hitch for Dodge Power Mike. $100 cash ;;: .
Trace Mineral retired couple. Beautiful pets Deposit required. Aspen; tarp cover,. 8'xl2'; Looking for good Phone 4963909.' I Itpd 4/30. ;J3EARLY ; ::
tr.... Across 'from Lake Phone 964-5663 any time covered root top carrier. used furniture. AMERICAN SOFA: ;*:
Wo Havo Blocks Geneva J33 month. Phone or .'$.2636 after 6_p.m. All used one time. Like Will buy one pieceor $'95. love seat $33, 33,000 ".-i
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4732879.' tfnchg 4/16 new. Phone 173.3162.1 Itpd entire house BTU AC J200. washer$1:15.: I-::
The Poles MOBILE HOMI In lake WANTEDCASH 4/30 dryer $100, coffee w/2 end ?:
4.10 SELLING Dill TO HEALTH hold..
; tables
G.n.va Park. f UO and up. $65 double bed $60Tt
Phone 473-3879. tfnchg FOR GOLD, sterling. $6,000 equity buys 1motor /' 473.7028 twin bed $40. hlde-o-bed :.-
4/16 jewelry, diamonds., coins. home with 2 acres, $100. Phone 733-7961' Providence B;:
21"% Frc-t1' APARTMENTS 2 or 38.. Will visit your home payment less than$200 permonth. -:-
Horse I! Vet downtown Keystone onywher. 3765235. Mr. Also one acre with KING SIZE HIDE-A-BlOi :','
Af"II"! i.-: 1 1I CH/A. SI 80 month. No Rlttman. tfnchg2 old frame house. Will help STEVE BROADWAYTREE $300. beige sofa' $63 king i$
I peti. 473-3142. 3lchg CHRISTIAN COUPLE need finance. Interest ol 9%. bed$100 mlcrowalve oven &
t IW SuppliesFor 130.57LAKEFRONT roomy old house around For Information, call SERVICE $115, color console TV ff
i uu rtIJ 00 $150-300 month to rent owner 473-7017, Itchg $150, upright freezer$200. &
Sleeping HOMESl now Keystone-Melrose. Phone 4/30 I '1'. Prev. BR suite $350i, ;
$8.35 EO Lb. developing. Large Lak.samp.on /73.2109./tchg 130521SCHOOLTEACNIR CARS & Removal frost free refrigerator fe ::8
Sickness one of the NEEDS $150. Phone 732-7961. Pro- :A ;&
area's largest and clear BABY-S4TTIR to come to TRUCKS brimming vldence. "SI ."S
lakes Great privacy. :3 the home on White Sand BROWN LEATHER HIDE-A. 1. :;lBEDi
ARliligcctor CreekTop model homes to view. Lake Monday-Friday. 7 1974 BUCK REGAL $1.00, Free. Estimate $300, queen sire Can :tit:
Prices start at 149,500.00. a.m. to 3:30: p.m,T war toddlers :. Phone 9646974. Itch non Ball bed, trlpple :..
Feed-Reasonable Prices Call Bob Harris 473-3133 one infant. Need 4/>>5/7 "73. 732 dresser shadow box mire **

or '9645533 Financing own transportation Salary 1910 MAZDA SEDAN 7.SOC After 5 p.m. ror. 2 night stands, large it ?:
U.S.301 South 964-6973 available. VA no money negotiable.. _. ._ ... miles, $..,.950.'Also 1Thvnd.rlllrd ch.st-cost$2,000mew-now K d
K.
down. 5/7. preferable. Phone" tike new .ton. Heights ; $ 00. Phone 753-7961 Pro- ':
//233tchg 473..281.2tchtl41:> S/7 $6.950. Phone 473-2944. vldence.



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1 1Union YARD SALE' PERSONAL BUSINESS FOR SALE HOMES FOR RENT


;-i-FAMILY GARAGE SALE In SERVICESCOOL OPPORTUNITIES PICNIC TABLE solid cypress FOR SALEBUY

building behind tackle natural finish, seats MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE

Box fRI.&SAT. from 10 SEAL FOR TRAILER WK ARE SEEKING A MATURi ten BEAUTIFUL SI00 or THE MODEL home and HOME PARK mobile home
a.m. to 5 p.m. 4/23 4tpd TOPS materials A labor individual ) who best offer. 964.8372. Itchg and spaces for rent. Phone
or couple receive a $1500.00 I rebateat
furnished. $75.00.
5/14. 466-2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING /JrwiHear
County 431.1827.4/16 tfn.BILLS wants to run their own 430.DINING closing if you occupy by .
YARD
SALE FRI. & SAT. at business. We will let ROOM suite Table and sleepIng (
you 1981 BR 2 Balh
SAW SHOPs Completesharpening July 4. .3 -
408 Christian St. 10a.m. to In the ladies' self- 5 six choirs china cabinet room TV and Air.
5:30: p.m. Clothes misc. service, circular up service shoe business for a buffet. $225.00 96 .7972. Casa Del. Forest Circular Underwood Motel 3 mile. REALTY

Ads Items Also. boot with hand carbide minimum Investment of I tpd 4/30. Drive all energy efficient North of Starke on Hwy

trailer Call 964-3341. chain mow.r blade hollow $1500.00 to $3000.00. No 1980 CB-7SO HONDA BIKE '/. acre lot Be the 1st In 301. 10/9 tnchg ,

J tchg 430.GARAGE ground and balanced. experience We low mileage like, new. Starke's 'finest residentialarea MOBILE HOMES: Two ana 0.CECELIA .
SALE SAT. MAY Leave at Jackson Building will show necessary.how. For Take over payments. Call Call 964-3533 Still three bedrooms: clean PHONE 964-7776

PERSONAL 2nd Conerly Estates at 8 Supply In Stork. Keystone details call you David at (days) 473-4279 and time to pick out colors Highway 16 and 225. New TERWIlLIGAR 205 N. Starke I

a.m. Itchg 4/30. Heights or lake Butler. 904.737-3558. 4/23 Ztchg (nights) 468.2526. 4/23 V.A. no money down. 4/23 owners formerly Whites. Temple. _. .
SERVICES MOVING SALE: Saturday. TFchg 4/30. 2tchg 430.STEREOPHONIC. tfchg. Call 468.13:23.: 3/12 tfn.

May 2, 900 500.: Sofa ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS OWN YOUR OWN JEAN ORGAN PARADISE IN THE PINES NICELY FURNISHED TRPLEX '

CUSTOM elec. dryer dinette set : SHOP Go direct-no middleman with "rhythm records": Almost new 2 bedroom utilities furnished. Prefer .-.;:'.J.f.; .... ,.,: ..::
,
: bric-a-brac. Rood 230 E, Phone 964-5148 or V64-7619. no salesman's fee. great condition I Perfect dream home on 2'/i' acres, middle-aged persons. No :

estimate's. 2nd paved road on right TFchg Offering all the nationally for adults and youngsters productive lac. garden: children no pets. Inquire:
distributors for post hospital. Follow REMODELING, BUILDING Comes with instruction 603 E. Washington Ave.
sign. known brands such,as Jordoche too. : new grape arbor: big :t"
washable 1310 Searing St. Itpd 4/30. REPAIRS New kitchens Vanderbilt Calvin book. $250.00 Phone and 3 BEDROOM. 1 bath dining
workshop utility
.
advertised Gard. ST. MARKS CHURCH-YARD baths. family rooms. Brick Klein Sedgefield, Levi andover 964.S471. tfn 4/23 building. A real pleasureto room, living room, kit. .. ,.. '
Draperies. S&W I SALE: over 20 families. block concrete Fireplacespecialists. 70 other brands AIR CONDITIONER: 20.000 chen. large screen porch. r :- .
.... $31,500. Call David
Grlffis Con
priCes Ed or Thousands of items. 212 struction. Phone 473-2108 13500. Includes beginning BTU Whirlpool new I960 Bruce Mills, Realtor Unfurnished but has gal : .__ i'
St.ph.n. Church St. Starke. Saturday Inventory airfare for I used 3 mnthtt. Will cool range. $235.00 per mo
5180TFN. May 2. 7:30: a.m..3:30p.m. or 4732578. TFchg to our national warehouse over :2.000 sq. ft. Directional Associate, Evenings. $100.00 security deposlrequired.
CASH FOR GOOD USED Itpd 4/30. EWING MACHINES training fixtures and louvers-corttinuous 473-3386. JANET M. STARL. Available Im -IMSHT:

NITURE from a living REPAIRED All makes Grand Opening Promo 6 automatic fan settings- ING. REALTOR. 7823931. mediately. Telephone BRADFORD VILLAS. Star Fla. A desirable, different

suite to a whole house cleaned oiled and ad. tions. Call Mr. Wilkersonat window installation requires 3/19 tfn. 964-5569 between 9 a.m. lifestyle. Prices start at $33.4001

Other things of value CARS lusted $15. Work Mademoiselle Fashions. at least 26 wide 19S1\ MOBILE HOMES: and 5:30: p.m. After 6 *

Phone 755.1967 TRUCKS guaranteed. JamesStrickland 2146314022. 1tpd 4/30. opening Energy efficient, payments starting at phone 4734803. 4/23 Don't Wall To Buy Real Estate

p.m.. TFN 4/9. corner MorganRd. AM W A r/S H A K IE E rnodel-220 volt required- $137.OO per month. John Itchg. Buy Real Estate and Walt
and Hwy 16. TFchg .Ask Brown Mobile Home THE SAND CASTLE APARTMENTS -
LOCAL RESIDENT 1974 DODGE MOTORHOME: CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. DISTRIBUTORS We havejoln.d Sold new $629 00 ing SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS

buys and sells Phone 964 8607. 4/30 4tpe Free estimates. Handy. with a former Diamond $425.00. Call 9648279. Center. 473-3775.4/9 : Crescent Beach large brick home. with appro 2000 so. ft. .of Crf"A.
and Whirlpool Direct who has tpd 430.EXECUTIVE. tfnchg. Spacious I & 2 BR units
5/21. Man Fence Co. 964-85S9. 1130 carport, 811 utility. 67 itoop.. 2 full /oorhi. 4
Machines. 1975 PICKUP (CHEVY loaded TFpd. 681.TYPEWRITER. started a more profitable STYLE DESK: SAVE): Buy direct from 'fac from $115 wkly. Families bedrooms, kltthon/family ream with fireplace carpetedIff
charge-SIO. company. Will you Invest 1 $165.00) folding table tory. Prices start at 12' welcome! Call Patty at .
new tires. A-1 shape! REPAIR Call 4 DR paved driveway ttntid $45,000, with ass urnmobfe
4963696. 3tchg 4/23 964-7242.4/30 2tchg 3/7 the Office Shop 110 W. hour of your time form. to (new) $55; swivel arm wide $6.995; 14'wide 12467284.: 4(23 2tchg '
mortgage.
5/7. show the "real dif. chair gold fabric $83 00, 4/30.
1967 FORD you $7,993. double wide
FAIRLANIl4door Call St.. Starke. for details lakefront * * *
HOUSE Hts.
REDUCE SAFE and fast ference". Phone 378 816O. executive swivel arm Keystone
289 V-8; automatic 964-5764. tfn. chairs $100 00 12995. Come by and see swim ski. fish. 3 BR. lovely largo, antique brick frame situated on a beautifully .
GoBese Capsules 4/30 Stchg 5/28. ((2)) ea matching
E.Vop "water pills" I R&H. Runs good. $475. GLASS CUT TO ORDER: side arm chairs ((2)) large selection of mobile 2 bath, central heat and I landscaped acre In Conerly Estates. A quIet, secure
Phone 473-4508. Itpd 4/30. Doors windows etc. homes. Community Mobile all ca".nl.nc.b."ulI,,' hame. with
all lifestyle near
drews Drugs 225 W. $67.50 ea., metal storage air. appliances carpet yet
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY FOR SALE Home Sales. US.301 North.
Lake Butler 2tpd 4/30 cabinet 42"x 36"x 18" op. drapes. 5350 per mth. everything
72 DATSUN; '72 PINTO; '71 9646078. Orders also prox. 572.00, 4-drawer Stark., 9648741. 4/9 Available for lease June I I. .. .. CC C

VW BODY: no motor Good token In lake Butler NEWSPAPER cabinet tfnchg. Phone 1-744-2275 after 5 Gofdheod Park timber/
USED metal filing (letter 10 acres near State' some -
INSURANCEMAINES tires. Dun. Buggy. Phone, 496-3079 and Keystone ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x sue) $90.00: Underwood 3 BEDROOM CEMENT block und on weekends tfchg power pole running creed Ideal homesite S 14.995

7823321. Call after 3:30: Heights. 473-4973. 2/26 36" 23 each. Bradford manual typewriter (office home In Starke. Central 4/23. with asivmmable' mortgage of 510.259 <@ I0*.mo. pay.

INSURANCE p.m. Itod 4/30. tfn. County Telegraph model) $65.00; 3M Elec. gas heat, fireplace, air, CLEAN. FURNISHED EFFICIENCY $119.29.
CY 160 S. lokeAve.. NEW AND USED WATER .
Butler. CONDITIONERS Sales and 964.6305. tin Irostotic copl.r.SSO.OO.Phone laundry. workshop, attached apartment. All * .. ..
4963978. : TRUCK TOPPERS. $199 IN. 964-8279. 4 30 ttpd. garage. 30's 9648483. utilities, paid. No children- .
Insurance Service. TFN Service. Call for free water City 'lot with small frame home (".erh some repairs)
HELPWANTED analysis and Information STALLED! Has full vision 1981) JEWELRY SENSATION Ifnchg9.. no pets. Phone 964-5464. S7600. cash.Valuable .
door and opening side win Irom Hawaii. 24 KT gold NEW HOMES-LAKEfRONT: 1BR furnished apartment
HELP .. ..
9645673. 3/12 tfn. * *
dows. One year warranty. dipped sand dollars starfish over '/. acre lots on hea A air. $140 mth. Call on 301 adjacent/ to. Continental'
Beasley leaf Maile leaf 964.6201) after 5 Itchg property
JOBS OVERSEAS: Big WANTEDGOOD Bargains. rose beautiful Sampson Lake p.m. Telephone Inquire about details.'
HOME needs full- 473-4321. 12/11. $6.95 eal! Absolutely 430.
tfnchg pendants 45 mlns. to Jacksonville.See .
fast $20,000 to $ .
time LPN or RN nurse for NURSERY STOCK Shade and beautiful. Send model home HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 BR. I CC * *

plus per year. 0'i 4.12 shift Call 9646220. PRICES PAID for used flowering! trees, check or money order today our VA.no down.to- BA. kitchen. dining room. Our finest commercial property (across from Holiday Inn).

17168426000. Ext. 10/9 tnchg mobile homes if mortgageIs evergreens; hedge plants: to Renlik Company. Call day. today. 9645533.money 4/23 living room. Very nice.. 200' an 301 with 1.61 I acres. Use your Imagination Terms.

REAL MILLS STUDIOS now 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE azaleas 18" 24"gal.. P.O. Box 1192, Orange 9645033. Itpd 4 30. * CC CC

taking applications. Six HOME SALES. cans $1.50 each: camellia Pork. FL. 32013. 1 Itpd 4 30. tfnchg 5/7. NICE. CLEAN FURNISHED Forest Heights ltd. I6W apprua. IS acres or 39/ lots .
MOBILE HOME 12x50 with
ESTATE conscientious well-spoken 9645606. Open 7 days In bud and bloom; palms; REGISTERED QUARTER 4 rooms bath and private $4 1.500.

people for telephone con weekly. TFchg fruit tr..s-p.ach. nectarine HORSE: 7 yrs. old. Goad on central heat & air. Excellent porch No children., No .. * *

.OOKING FOR a sultants. Also messengerwith WANTED: Mobile home axles persimmon pear. barrels.Would be good condition. pets Phone 964-8071) I Itpd 1320 E. Searing. 1700". ft. home: Bft I' ,B. nice lot

piece of property I motor bike or smallcar and tires. Will pick up. plum apple fig, blueberry pleasure horse. Selling 'for $4500.00. Phone 473.4442. APARTMENT) I BR furnishedor * * *

don't have It, I'll find it for light delivery. App. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME plants: citrus, hanging $900. Call 964.5352 after 6p.rn.4 Itchg 4/30. unfurnished. Newly Coner/y/ stoles Two pretty one acre 'lots.

Just ask-.-JANE S. ly In person to Mrs. Raskinat SALES. 9645606. Open 7 baskets and potted houseplants 302lpd 5/7 2BR MOBILE HOME furnished decorated carpeted. Year CCCC *

REALTOR 496-2126" Best Western Motor Inn Jays a week. TFchg Get these now. REFRIGERATOR: works very garage, storage shed lease $110 p mth No 4 BR 26 large brick home at the Country Club situated

4962903. eves.. beginning April 27 after 9 WANTED: Used tools both O.C. CARNES NURSERY. 23 well Good for garage or enclosed porch, 1 Iocr. smoke drink. References .tn 1,75 acres fenced bock yard.

Union County Realtor. a.m. (Please no phone mechanics 964-8331 and carpenters. ml. SE of Stark. on Hwy lake place 530.00. (fenced), many extras In Hampton at Fl & Short Lot 42 Sampson lake Shores has "light pole and septic tank
Phone
calls to motel). 4/23 2tchg or 100 at Florohome. Phone 782.3660 4 30 2tchg S 7 St. 377.8292 (evenings)
WANTEDMOBILE $18.500.) 964-6490. 4 30 !
463-1551. 9/11 tnchg and a Hoi Huml' trailer 516.700. Very best fishing'
4/30. 659-2163. Closed on Man MAGIC CHEF gas range tin. Itchg 4 30.
WANTED Mobile Home Axles * * Ce
HOMES PARTTIME JOB IN day. 2/12 tfnchg coppertono 36 5 burner 1 BR UNFURNISHED APART.
Paying the best price SELLING DUE TO HEALTH: 3.85 nice acres on 301 N for 519.850. Highly desirable/ / !
WiIIpoy cash for STARKE Need two ambitious NEW CARPET NEW USED w"ceritor grill Needs thermostat MENT) Call 964 8429 after
your 'for good condition axles. $6.000 equity buys 14' * * *
mobile home. ladies, to assist me Furniture 8 Appliances. 964 6511.) Itchg 6 00 p m. 1 ltpdl 30.
Ray 9648331. 9/11 Inchg motor home with 2 acres. California "dwood 1600 It. home with ottached .
Attractive
496-3377. TFN 4/16. in my growing business. :2 Plumb fixtures and pipes. FOR SALE OR RENT: 28R I BA sq.
HR. per day. 5 days per WANT TO BUY used BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 EZE.PULL COMPACT Payment less than $200 per house on Lake Brooklyn (in garage solar/ hot water heater' fireplace .and 57
CAMPER
: Eat or sleep 3 4.
week $150. For Interview typewriters and adding South, 96 .6679. 2 5 month. Also. one acre with Smok eri.. subdivision) acres of prime property.. Owner Finance
YARD wired for electric hook'up. old frame house. Will
SALE machines. Must be in help
appointment call TFNchg CH A. W W carpet No * CC *
2 water icebox tinkcloset *
Regional Office, Orange working condition. REGISTERED QUARTER way. cabinets chests finance Interest at 9 .. pets Deposit required Mint condition home 2244 sq. '1. CHA close/ to schools' a
For Information call
Ifn 2/12.
Mrs. Came 9645764. HORSESi Race horses Phone 964.5663 time
YARD SALE: FRI. May 1 Park FL. any shopping. Have to see.
FURNITURE WANTED I need storage 'pace. awning. owner 4737017. Itchg .
N. Westmoreland 1.269.6723 p.m. only 4/30 brood mare with fold by $800. (Ventilation 4 SIdes) or 475 2636 after 6pm * CC C *
used furniture will
9 00500.: Clothing & 1 Itpd. your side riding horse. All well 782 3370. Itpd 4 30. Best located motel In town 24 units' $'69000 with
cash.. Phone 964 5648 Write Bestseller
Cross Orange St. on CARE ATTENDANT] pay bred. Phone 463 1576 altar SINGER FUTURA: one of a 155,000 down balance financed at few low ,Interest
9647189. 4/23 2tpd
St. Second paved road needed to plan coordinate or 7.00 p.m. 4/9 tfn. Singer finest models. ra'es.developers.
4/30.
right go 2 blocks. activities. Experience current NEED TO RENT 2 bedroom )LIMEROCK: :20 yd. semi Does it all without, attaihmont Call In A Classified dream near Hampton' 40 acres p.n'01/
TB loads only. ALLEN E.
1st aid. lest
id". 2nd house on .
unfurnished compact Repossessed.Originally timber roads 560.000 with $15.000/ down owner will
Itpd 4/30. physical own transportation house or .apartment. Kitchen 7823172.TAYLOR. 4/23 Lavvtey.: Phone sold foi, over if Ad Today! carry mortgage ot I2*..
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tfchg.
good personality
YARD SALE 9 00 2 00 $500 Pay off balance dueS
furnished if possible.AC *
Call UPRIGHT VACUUM. 515 * *
from Southside over 21 required. ; 9646305Ask
I 14 I cash
School. 1020 Eastwood 964-5377 4/30 and Call Central 9645412.heat Baby cor seat $20.; King $12.60 per or man payments,ih White,of ; Worthington Springs Restaurant' and 2 lots S 18 500
necessary. will PREFERRED PROPERTIESC /
Rugs, linen tfn. sue bedding. S35 ( Sewing and ApplianceCenter Sarah About
4/30 Itchg. break down), potty chair. ) 4.S acres really secluded-nice trees S9 000.
baby items
Art her Square '
toys glasses, misc. WANT MOBILE HOME Good S4 handmade baby quilt. Gainesville phone Placing An Ad C 40 acres lawtey area $42 000-Owner finance

4 30. PERSONAL used, inexpensive. Call $2000. baby corbod. $2. C New modem CB store 301 Lowtey $52 000. Owner fin,
prices Itchg 376 44664 30 I Ichg
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9648935. 4/30 I
YARD SALE: SAT S SUN. Itchg. baby bed. $20. record 25" COLOR TV: Console For Sale Beautiful Bessent Rd. lot 13J'x2SO.

till???? 414 Washington SERVICES RETIRED PERSON: to provide player 1.55. 1515. Ploytexnurture moilol umfcr wits s airty C rS acres appro. 9 miles west of Stark...5' Rd. lOTLawtey
room board & supervisionfor 25<*< each all for For Rent
,
I Itpd 30. ------- --- or Pay halmuotlue J *i 301-CB store $19 SOD own fin

YARD SALE: FRI. & SAT. REPAIRS an .elderly man in their $2 80 maternity and baby SIBBOO icimmiing rush I C riot on E. Call St. Call for details.
01 n4t.mi
home Call 964 8843 after Wanted
work, small *
a m..5 p.m. Tools clothes: antique upright payment $ 19 I I per C 7 1-acre lots Brown'.. Rd. 54 0001 1200.. down 17
I 4/30.
etc Call 6.00 p.m. Itchg needs work
piano. SI63. ( ): = 606 W. Adklns House t 50
clothes A.assorted month Wlnlo Sn\vmq ontfApplianio Sale .100 lot $12 SOO
8813. 3/12 8lpd 4/30. NURSE NEEDED for church electric bean pot. S5. electric p-iTh Yard
713 S. Westmoreland Cnntoi All h.. 5. C Pin.wood Drlve-CB home with carport
YARD WORK DONE in Keystone Heightsarea
camp S3 Revere
Slarke (inside city). t and dependable for two months during movie can opener. $2O Square Gnlnvlll"i Pay for three wwks. C 404 N. Cherry-2 large nicely furn. opts Owner fin

4 30.GARAGE. who needs the summer. Send inquiries camera $23; fihnno.3 76 4466 4 ID 1 l.-liq a Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B panel carpet.

SALE SA Call 964-5308 after to Captain Trenton movie Keystone lights projector$2 or all 'for 1980 MICROWAVE OVEN: V I Get the fourth week C Call St. commercial lot 100 190 Owner fin 59 400(
!
8 00 5 00. Home unod' Inm, lunatic _
novr C 5.5 acres near Presbyt Church P.O. Fl
Box 270848.
00 pm. C W. Taylor. Tampa $35. also. king size bod of ....
FREE
scratch & dent and I Mil Chance .
30 2tpd 5,7.I :n"RR 7trhn 4 1fl."<_ 7 comforter. S3 and double moiit pniho dolioHti :: C 70 acres, Rd. 100 W 527 990. Owner financed

misc" items I 1103 Pratt I WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT LAND bed ruffle. $3 Call V' In *'tc, I.ilt, lit InyawuyAssiinm /\e: .Adirrtixini Puyn S.1( S 43 Ac lawtey area formerly 'Bore Skin/ lodge 5.00(10
I 4 30. $20 <)
tchg 6
|it1yitiitMl'> C ..71 Acres Rd.
you in my home. ,32164. I ltpdl 30. 230A t Wilson Rd $11) 700.

6376. I Ichg .4 30. FOR SALE TOPPER FOR LONG WHEEL. poi ,month Whiti full,
NURSE will care ---- --- ------ .-- BASE truck $60. Also 'wonq L I 4 Busy Call t Water St. lot 235 .86 Owner,. fin, $" 8M

Yard Sale your child while you TWO ACRE TRACTS umler pinning, for ,illltl In', Atfilitim|; I' i'.Ot t ] tt'nvilll'phiiiix toi ,AtSllllllll t T'-I 15 Words '2..r,0TUPS. ) "t' ( C 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rrl UE Owner fin.,

Saturday Spreads linens Prefer I child per cleared $2500 00 per acre. iJouhlowitfo $75 ami Hodla C $500 mo. Income tour turn rentals Call ( Boy 55 (000(
chen supplies.' ehi-rt. 3 Infants wplcome Rudolph Hutcheson. 70 Trail bike $' 0 .11": tl/,6 4 10 I Itiliu :.J Deadline Noon \ 'f:1 Realtor Associates After Hours

West of Lawtey on SR.225. lunch. snacks, movies 964 7966. 4 9 tchg 4 30. Phone 964 3549 llcliqIfN i 'I; 'I ) '\ t/.s --- --" s'-'tr-t Wayne E. Douglas Broker.Salesman 0 964 659}

families. 7823310.: ",,,,"' and story hour ARM LAND 10 ACRESapprox / MOBILE HOME rt '\v : "'- "( : '\ tllch' P-Iendris'964. 8380 MarIon Roberts 964 tSP( !
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964 8633 Itchg 4 30. IS acres fenced SERVICE fOLES :' : 1[; l.iJ: .&&' ': '. Byron' T.rwlll"r !r.964.7776 Martha Dorko 782.3391
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with good pasture ----- 1 t.: r. '..., .nne Terwilloqor N"Ion.HS 1677 Cerri tonnon 4<6 3UQ

r FILL CHIT crook limber running SIno II portion through.of =.-...* -.*'?-. PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE -

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18 lorott 964 6528. IfchgI -" -"s. All Types Insmcd d
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load in Starke ACME WITH PECAN TREES Semi-Truck DrIvers Jp FREE ESTIMATES t Drilhinq
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*55 load out-of-town wnll. oNo. Hwy. 16 Watt.Forms. Or Heavy EquIpment Call Thomas 0. Nettle I 2'"Thru"6:; "
per 964 8696. Itpd Oi'o'n'n', ',,'Stat 10M 1111. 11r POLICIES
498-3738 Lake Butler
a Fast Rotary
964-6750 roll 'sit AT
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WildernessLog .....STATE. ...LICENSED.', ,. . ..
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11\11' : 'W" Pickup, Oul""... dull Cut.. anti Wrnrs'HARDEE'S Mobile
,3 ROOM 0 Homes Also i't Ii'r ml'!.116

I Money Available The Recovery Room of nn adventure Into rustic ruin TrI"11111\1' ( C.ish" Home Sales ......PumpcNew! .. ...
Bradford Recycling I Nil I OHO' HI

Wi purchase; existing.. I / inort/gIgt-t.: / (Cilil.John I Archie Lake,City fanner Loral Dill.Funoial elegance.Home dreams-We make reality.Log IN sVmpio Avo i Phono Q 64 5606 A Ut"ilS.llOb

.5() Ii) Jail. M. SOrllkJftoetiH 064-5958 f/IK/JO/ M Olni Agent P.uts'1., .'.
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.'''.q. I. 10 i 964 5757 Starke. Fl. ) -"e1l... Deals Operated 8\ BUARC \..

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CNLI. A. "i e9lIiiQt4.irrAaQ Mete*I. CMM* ..... km Mssslie. Order Only lathes and milling machine NEW USED 'lr1st.Sll.ui1nRemot1t'.Isnj '

e44.'i. $:4.eks . .tM Mil 4?] lie* Avionics Repairman: Mln.yra. 3
0 0 21 6 E WASHINGTON; ( OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY W* 1"at1t'-"UI iMVIIKIRBYS
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.... *Stock: Clerk: Exp In stack ROYALS I
xUis1,4e'it1. .. .. (14s4A 8c.'tt. .: t D I -- -. numbers and warehouse Durrance

... w e'tE 1. r duties. Pref. military supply EUREKASHOOVERS I' ............................ .... ..
C4tC BROS. \ cup.
ieAw ... I Flight Line Mechanic: Mln. 3yr. ElECTROLUX PUMP
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(e6 !) '.trve C.irclin Owner t .. T37 exp. Egrets .train
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1_ 800S'3 V/b".3 196467501IANDCLEARINC J Aircraft Inspector: Min.4jrrsexp. SEARS SUPPLY
C-130 or T-37 exp. pref.
7 L.L F EE SEPTIC TANKS Mechanic: Min. 3 yrs. exp. In COMMERCIAL COMPANY

o DOZER WORK LARCE A SMALLSEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED mechanical field. Night' shirt %V.. "'.',,u ... .
jobonly. Hours 4Mpmtol:0 ... ......._......
ppJhE FILL DIRT -LiMEROCICDRAINFIELDS RELAID ,I am. Inc. 5? shift dUf.
J1zguAietd, &, PONDS DUG -FILL DIRT Immediate opening!, long term YOUNG'SSince i 864 N.

/riUAr" ROADS eUILT SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES bed......excellent benefits.App- : Temple Ave.
p n. 1POB y Mon. to Thurs, 1-3 pro or by
CULVERTS SET & COVERED
DoJnl. ,&;f .l..QplC- ; appoint.AERO CORP,Lake Cly 9646918 St rke FI

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A zoning change that would allow l ft << 'parcel on Colley Road from R1A discuss the need for additional nursing
71-bed addition to the Starke NQrlnll"r''i1{(Single I family rersidential) to RP home beds in NE Florida. A cer
i Ii Iiq I t .iit t'I Home was approved Tuesday'night/,/' (test }ntlaFprotessionaD. The pro- tificate of need in Florida is required
April 28, by the Starke planning! ',and,.: ''>.vpertyVis) located on Colley Road to build or add to a hospital or nursing
r A zoning commission.In across from Southslde Elementary home.
.... asking for the reclassificatton, School-:and bounded by Powell, Lee Only persons opposing Griffis' proposal
1' J.D. Griffis of Raiford, recent purchaser and Pat-Ray Streets. were David and Theta Mon
.' of the 49-bed nursing home Griffis: said two other groups, from tgomery who live at 1000 Powell
said there is currently a waiting list of': WvaCfaHfand, :: Lake City, have appliedto Street across from the nursing home.
40 persons. Griffis wants to Increase'the the North Central Florida Health The Montgomerys expressed fear
t capacity of the nursing home to Planning Council for a certificate of that if the nursing home does not
,, + 120 beds. need for nursing home bed space. A receive the certificate of need some
The zoning board voted unanimous public hearing is set Tuesday,May 5, other type of property would be builton
t ly to reclassify the entire 3.9 acn in the Bradford County Courthouse to the nursing home property.Residential .
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At Little Italy..it's the sauce that makes the difference says Manager Sherri Sheering. '

Electricity. We Haat

I Your Water.

A Little Italian a in Starke....

All work done from our special equipped truck FREE Estimates
The next time you have a desire for ye
Italian food lovers in the area can national restaurant the sauce must something a little different in food, Carpet & Rug Cleaning 2
for minimum of 12
rejoice over the availability of Italian hours be simmered, and is best a when simmered take a little trip south of Starke on --A Fire & water Damage Pet Stains &Odor Ga'( ,
food in Starke again. about 30 hours. US-301. When you see a funny painted? (9o.
The Little Italy Restaurant on building with stripes around it, stop, edj
Little has seldom
a menu
US-301 S. of Starke is celebrating its Italy in, and ask Sherri for an Italian .
first Owner Eldridge found in a small town. In addition to go Teal Tile ,& Carpet
anniversary.
meal. If you'll let your imaginationrun Q1
McCombs from Lake City has had the normal fare, such spaghetti, 4 G
of experience managingand pizza, lasagna, Little Italy offers Veal loose, you can visualise yourselfin many years Parmigiana, Chicken Cacciatora,Eg a large city or even ]Italy enjoying .
owning restaurants throughoutnorth something different..try it, you'llsee. :
and Chicken Par ,
Florida. He currently owns Abby's gplant Parmigiana H .,ww:
Italian submarines. .e
migiana plus
Place in Lake City in addition to
Little Italy. Another unique thing is the ice crearr
The success of the tasty Italian bar.You
cuisine comes from the sauce, states have the opportunity to choose RSs j-. --'SJ-
Sherri Sheering, who has worked for many flavors of smooth ice cream
the restaurant practically since it that really sets off a meal.
opened in Starke and now is the The wine list is extensive, and a
real Italian tradiaion, Sherri notes.
manager. Made from a secret recipe
Eldridge procured from a famous She comments that many families Lawrence Mosley Is
Italian Chef in a well known inter- have been able to take advantage of
the fine food offered at Little Italy, by
using the special coupons that they
run in the newspaper ad each week. (
They also offer a very good daily
< lunch special Lasagna & Spaghettiwith
to Ride
Ropers garlic bread and salad for only
For Cindy Countryman 225. MDVINGT9
The Bradford Roping Club's annual "I love to cook and really didn't
Frolic and Kidney Fund Drive for know what good cooking was until I
Cindy Lou Countryman is set for May started eating the different Italian
dishes, I really love them all,"Sherri
23.The public and all riders are invitedto says, when asked what a local girl
participate in this fund raising from Lawtey is doing managing an
event, according to Secretary Linda Italian restaurant.
Adams. A Larger Better Equipped Location
There will be three raffle drawings. '
Prizes are: 1)) barrell racing saddle FLORIDA "* -t .
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2).'lady's digital watch, 3) man's o '
digital. watch. To Serve You Better., ;
Fish dinners at $2 per plate will be
served starting at 11:30: a.m. THEATREStarke


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Energy ProgramSet
by SREC FrI., Sat., & Sun. II .l I

Suwannee River Economic (SREC) Gene V/ildar i ) I
is '
now sponsoring a Weatherization
Program to aid low income persons, inTIE I
particularly the elderly and han :
dicapped. FASTEST FTODJ
Funds are provided to install in TIRE CO..We
sulation, windows, caulking and THE WEST IS BAGS '
weather stripping plus other im .
provements to reduce heat loss and
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conserve formation.interested energy.If Persons, phone. previously 964-6696 in for this In- 1 will be 1 mile south of city limits


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Bike-A-Thon Set May 16 301 DRIVE III OPENING FOR BUSINESS

By BUS Key Club

Starke will soon hold a BikeAThonto Fit Sat.

fibrosis benefit, according children to Bobby with Epps cystic of Jimmy MeXichol.among \ Monday r May 4tfa I

the Bradford High Key Club, the spon ,
soring organization."The In
Bike-A-Thon will involve 7
riders of all ages who acquire sponsors
for the number of miles they ride Stop 'By Now' NOW
over a prescribed course and time,
says Epps. "It's both fun for the other thingsln. -
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riders and a way to raise money for n ,
research!: into cystic fibrosis, a lung tmkMlUifhhiKWMiM.us / ,WA For Your ,
and digestive disease which attacks IM tlW41rw/
children, robbing them of breath and W H :
life." e aye
The Bike-A-Thon is set May 16. Ron Howard e Tires
Registration begins at 9:30: a.m. The
ride will start at 10 a.m. In
Prizes will be awarded to riders EAT MY DUST Tune-ups 0
who collect the most money for cystic G
fibrosis. In addition, T-shirts will be .r e Air Conditioning as a 1
given to every rider who turns in at Sun. & Mon. p
least $23.Sponsor.
sheets are available now al THE TEN GIRLS e Mufflers I
Starke Elementary Bradford High _"" Q
School, and Bradford Middle School, -flLUS- D- I

or 964-8453 by phoning 964-6616.Chairman. Bobby Eppsat RUN VIRGIN RUN .And'M1at e- lese

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