Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01391
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01391
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Adjustment Board Says 'No3.2Coimiiission

v M Must Decide

f9 301 Concrete Plant IssueWith

two turn-downs by the County tioned about< so-called "blowouts" Wolbert said that sensors in the
Zoning Board and one by the Board of which occur when cement silos are newer model silos are controlled by

fj Adjustment, the controversial con- overloaded during the process of computers, but Womack pointed out
crete plant special exception issue transferring powder-like( concreteraw that computers malfunction also.
will return' to the County Commission, material from (trucks into the
possibly: at its May 18 night meeting. silo, Wolbert agreed there was no way Wolbert said t hat if t the Board of Adjustment
After a 3-2 vote by the AdjustmentBoard that blowouts could be entirely demanded additional dust

... ----.- to accept the zoning board's prevented. Blowouts occur when level controls such as a $5Dooo( "sealed
Photo By Carl Tilley { recommendation for denial of the sensors installed in the silo become dust control unit," they could write
BUS Sfnarties.' .. special exception, Jesse Wolbert, attorney clogged with dust and will not ac them into conditions for the special

Sh..I ht-A students. at Bradford High for the 5th six- salutatorian Sherra Multi TopKaren Thorpe, Mike ) for the concrete plant proposal curately indicate when the silo is exception.
weeks are l-r> : KitUomMichelle. : Kimutis. Suzy Alvarez Christmas, and Julee Wise. said he would file an appeal becoming overloaded. An overload When quest ioned about dust passing
with the County Commission and. if causes the "bag" or "dust house" from normal truck traffic intu and out
.JI I denied there, would take the matter to filter atop the silo to blow off, freeing of the plant site Wolbert s:.id that initially -
court clouds of dust into the surroundi ng at t he streets would !h<.paved with
6 Earn Straight-A's at BBS The final chapter is apparently far mosphere. limerock. He agreed thiit. limerick I is,
from written in the three-month-old an additional dust generator, but said
: precedent-setting controversy which the streets would be concreted with
,,' started last February and has been waste from (he plant, as il ac
by Carl Tilley Julee Wise, freshman daughter. A-B honor roll students! are: $ aired four times before the three cumulated. This would require about
ISCTSiafrWriterSix Mr and Mrs.Wallace A. Wise :of .i boards) holding jurisdiction in county six months I time, he said.
of some 1,050 students, just one- Starke. Julee is enrolled in advanced Seniors: Jeri Allen CatherineDavis $ zoning mailers Wolbert said that initially streets
half of one percent of the student English 9, algbra II, modern science Pamela Duffy, Lynette Tuesday night's 3.2 decision cameon would be !sprinkled to control dusl.
,. body, at Bradford High earned methods, concert chours, humanties Hamilton, Elizabeth Hodges Ronald "< a motion by adjustment member with (he waste water running into a
slraight-A's for the fifth six-weeks and individual music study. Jones Vickie O'C'onnell, Dale ,, EL. Matthews, seconded by new catch basin on site.
grading/ period which ended April 21. Underhill, Kevin Williamson, Melissa member Jim Womack. Vice-
Thirty-nine more students, 3.7 percent Suzy Alvarez, sophomore Winkler. '.' Chairman Harry Hatcher, Jr. voted Deerwood Itosidcnt
of (he student body, earned all daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Powellof with Matthews and Womack: while
A's and H'* for a place on the 5th six- Starke. Suzy is enrolled in English, Juniors: Tony Anderson Tinaf' Jcwelle Brown and Mark Olin votedto Ihl i1' Does Her llonu-uork
geography, physical education, ,
weeks honor roll. ( grant the special exception. In ex 7 Juan llainon
chours, and driver education. Best, Karen Chilly, Tammy Denton, Dcerwood resident
Teresa Harley, Tammy Mersey, Sybil plaining his vote against the special I who has been doing her" homework. onconcrete
Stral(,ht.A students are: exception. Hatcher quoted adverse effects > ,
Karen Thorpe, junior daughter of Kelly, Gina Lane, Camilla Liv- plants says she was illlol'll1'ed
Mr. and' Mrs. Robert of ingston. Terri Massey, Teri Mathews, on the surrounding area by problems that "watering down" was the
Thorpe 'g
Michael I Christmas.freshirian: sunul' ( of dust, noise, and increased
Starke. Karen is enrolled in advanced Handy Parado, Marie Pemlarvis. F \ worst control measure thai I could bedone.
Ilrand Mrs Edward Christmas of advanced''* traffic, as well as the depreciation of She said that wetting made/ I he
Sl.irke. Christmas is enrolled in American literature, property( values in Deerwood !subdivision limerock dust even finer and harderto /
lOnglish, algebra II, band physical American history, art I, sociology, and Lincoln .
'. Sophomores: Edward: Cress, nearby City.Wolbert control when it dries nul.
.education, geography and modern geometry and human development. Victor Letts, Curtis Locklin Stuart :i. a;.. '; Ramon also questioned the t type ol'"portable" .

science method. . Pauley, Deborah ftoark Robin Stern. ',., Repeatsl ,. plant thai is planned .for
Sherra Mott, seniordaughler of .
-f'.l ,b,",.J\J.Mi114'1I-. Kimut4; .,., frp"ma.ft" Mr...I..ld..Mt'I6. .K.AWU.;. or.Kln tIey.luo. ..... 1'""' _. t 1-' .,",. ...'. '*;;. !'! !In 'b.st''taUllno .......,,- --' -' -_ .",", 'fj'7't'i. ,. "...:. I 1; _'" the iiuluiilrial-Kite-" ..avmw her.%,,Uir-
ion fl'
daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. Edward I'-i ;- ,:bake Sherra, salutatorten- 'or the "r q. 'FtCSllillen r 'Gwei'if T, n 7DrowIJ.Handall Wolbert repeated l the one hour and mal "equipment manul.lelurers
Kinuit of Starke. Michelle is enrolled Class of 1981 is enrolled In advanced Campbell, Le Ann Flynn, teir minute presentation which he has (;leg Nichols said such plants are designed,

in .ilgbra II, world geography, English 12, geometry, applied math, Cheryl Furrow, Timothy Gonzalez reiterated at previous hearings, but \(." (' 'lIlIt.\' I Ihjnit.v fill'placement in the licld where largequun'iiies
concert chorus, humanties and In- Alisa /Lowe Faith Roberts of concrete are demanded,
(physical education English, science Nancy which had not been heard by most
mill chorus.illicCauin. dividual music study. Roberts, 1.00'iSnuw, MahelleSlilwelbush Board members. and that I the average lileof a ,portableunit
Adjustment! Ques-
is estimated at .from. !13 to 1":!

Greg NicholsIs )I'm's.
Mason also said thai (he "shaker
type filter planned for use on the mill
here would allow I the lines! dust", to
!: ; (Trier Y 4r TTws New BC escape through a I'l'l'l't'lI1'11 one
with mesh so line lluit it undid l holdwater.
:Much dust I the'
,_. 1 : escapes rout
) ) filter iinil is not retained inside! until it
'I Deputy reaches /five micron site II.mum
iv _
: said.A
': J' Nichols. 2I!). has switched from concrete plant can be-established
I 'I "rq:1.II. the blue of a SUirko.. policcnuin to the in l\J"udl'nl'lIl'IIl\III only by granting i a

8 4. I Is grey and gl'e1I1I1 I lie Bradford ('OUII'I special exception in an industrialonccl -
# ) I ty Sheritrs Department. / area. When Ronnie .\,'\\ mall
} and Scott Whitehead firs: asked (the
'I'm glad to have hi 5)1. I 11i'lIthl'
Zoning( Hoard: for a .l'a\oriihli<
has I the makings 01'a l first t class lawcllfo..c'nwnl recomniend.ition/ for industrial! caning
t. "
t ollieer. says Sherill) on li'-j' acres, one mile south ol Slnrki
!. /Dolph Kedilish.( "We" are e.\peding on I'.S. ::111I.) ) the board soul "no. tour
great things of Greg. to one.
Lc J El:II'I'CtlMal' I I. Nichols tilled the The adverse recomnuNul.ilion, then

FRIDAY, MAYS e vacancy lelt by the l January \\('Ii, to (,'aunty Coniinissionrrs
BRADFORD CO. SCHOOL BOARD retirement of lorinor chief (It'putyRobert reversed the Zoning IliKird" in a -1.1dt'l'isiun I
(;I'l'cn. :Nichols: will do both be needed
Administrative Office granting ( industrial
criminal and civil work for theShcriIt'x
c-Uissilu'ulioii. The ,,110'1111'11
7:00 P.M.SATURDAY '1>
; \ /Departnient.Nichols ii'lurni'd. Hoard\
to I the Xiiiiinn fur a
a native of (Ohio) moved. In ,
MAY9 recommendation lo Ilit'I Hoard I olAdjustinenl
.7a r. Starke; at an early age and is a Bradford lor .
a special! exception
Green Acres 4-H Club r High graduate He worked.. 1"1'Ihl' and again. the.oners suil 'no l lreciiiiiniendiiiu h>
Stale\ Department I ol Transportation :
against t I aelion Its
9 a.m 3
:.; p.m.
in Tampa and studied criminal l
adverse! recoinnieniUil i"n'as read l at
Community Bank LotSUNOAYMAY
justice ill I Ilillsboroiigh: O snn unity
t the Hoard ol Adjustim-nt meeling!
College in Tampa.l Tuesday night preceding thei-J: deciSion / -
:Moving( hack lo.Slarko... Nif'iols: has the board,
lo uphold /.oning
been a. Sl.irke policeman: Inr tinpasl Tht'lIl'xlmllwill. heiin appeal ,trythe
9a.mlp.m.Bradford 1 'iII'lUltll hired l b he
I Shonll'sDepartment.
y( being y I piM il loners I to I the County Commission
Co. Fairgrounds LE's Sampson is All Ears... I .
for( another override1. permutingthe
Sponsored by BCTimberwolvesCB Club Ears perked! up and eyes looking straight at teiivhrr :Monday as :Miss Kulluuod conducted a third grade :Nichols: gives I lie Slwl'ilt"s Dept. MXItilllime coiHTcto plant.
: .
, :Nancy' Kullwood. I.a\vtey Elementary masc4. >t 'Sampson reading group of (CI-r) Jerry Bradley, Kt'llilY:01'11I0111.: : deputies.) niLliiding Chu-l
.' Portion of Proceeds for looks for all the world as though It("'"* absorbing the Kenny l'lark.lItiumy Wend' James Waters, and D\\a\, ne I Deputy (;;:\11I1I't'lIlId; depulies.lohn/ .Property. owners I h nun /Oienvoodand .
Tiffaney Norman Cystic reading lesson Lee. /Dempsey Don /Deulon. Paul Megall. Lincoln ('II y iippt-ared. inani

FibrosisFundDonation Adult'S2.25 Any students absorbed so raptly would be a teacher's Sampson belongs; to Scott,). &iindd Michael: Anders who. and Sammy I<::uIII C(', plus I two part- TiK'silay night for the loiiilh lime in

Child : gem use near the !school. Hut the dog comes to school: everyday time deputies. Frank Hell and GeneIee. ; their prolonged battled to prJtccltheir
.under. .1211.75CHILDREN'SCHOIR. Sampson was curled up under till shade of a ligiislruni und has been adopted by (he student Hell has been uoikmg;( Iat I III i me homes Irom( allogod dll1\al-lI1M\
since Green's; retirement.i : eflects I'roin the I concrete plant

., .
-- First Baptist Church

p- ": Down at 7:30p.111.the Creek bank" Electric Gas Rates in Cited

..; _-". MONDAY, MAY II Up City; Rising Expenses I

CONSERVATION DISTRICT 'An average utility bill will go up kilowatt-ho'urs/ (KWID) of electricity Si ill the city will be charging less which has been translerrcd: to the customers' hate been increased l Irom
Monthly Meeting about $22, or 25 percent next month in and :35 therms of natural gas. for the first 1,000 KWH than every general fund has been declining in recent $.510 $13.Natural; .
8:30p.m. Slarke resulting from increased electric the body except) Florida Power &: Light, years, hll\\l'\'r The city council l gas customersvill: pay the
Cost! t of I !KM) KWH of
BC Agriculture CenterWORKSHOP and gas rates set Tuesday night electricity and FPL has a rate increase request t has talked( about u i rate. increase for lolliming, new :service rales:
. . by the City Commission. the sample bill went up :37 percent before the Florida Public Service mllnt hs. Winter turn'ons have \nrvn\ 1Il'I'l'US' 11
An $87.09 utility bill in April will be from $47.28 to $l>4.76. Cost t of the :35 .*
Commission Hc idl'nliall'lt'l.\ric\ rates\ will be increased t'd l from $l to $>.
Pros. PASS Parent $109.53 in May up $22.46 if the bill is therms of natural gas went up 17 percent Commissioners acted unanimouslyon : from$-I.illlI$ i.45 for I he first .TII"light pilots, the fee has Ix-en increased
Bradford Middle School calculated by using the old rates in from $17.28( to $20.22. Plus the 10 recommendation of the Bond I.IHM kilowait hours of :service.Residential fl'lIl11)1:\ ; to $3.Customers .
7:00: P.M.TUESDAY April and the new ones for May. This"n'erllge" percent<< utility tax went upil: percent, Trustees! who met 2'.hollrs :Monday rate per KWH for more : whose sort ice has beenlisconncvteIduetnorrpaynient
from S6.5U: to $8.57, $2.04.
utility customer used 904 up night to discuss the electricity rate in- than l.ouo) KWH will increase from ( \ ( will

MAY 12 Commercial rates were increased crease. The gas rate hike was ;).Ht per KWH to 7..Ut( per K\MI. now have to pay a service charge of
BUARC Meeting about the same amount but are presented by Supl. Bob Patterson. Commercial rules will increase $10. Previously the service was reconnected -

7:30 p.m.-Sunshine Acres higher to begin with so the percentages "The raise needed to be done for from $7.25 to $9! (Ml lor the t first I 1.0011( ) at no charge.

. .a. INSIDE........ are lower. Businesses using long time. The city I will go broke if we a kilowatts and Iroin 7.4U per KWH to All holiday and after-hours service
STARKE ZONING BOARD over 1.000 KWH of electricly will be don't raise the rates" said Commissioner 9..tt!; per kilowatt for !more power. calls \\hich'Include installations,
Meeting- 7:00 p.m.,. Three .Sections paying in excess of nine cents per Lob Milner. :Natural: rates for residential time. and material fees have, been increased -
.. . .. SECTION A: KWIL gas from! S1U lo $12..>(>.
News. __. ._ ... Pages 1A-3A The city has to be operated Ii ke any customers went from 42.4DC to 33.52t: Electric customers will
'. BROOKER COUNCIL EdItorial.. . . .. Page 4A other business, points out Bond per IOU therms. For tiny customerswho of $70.43 for pay anaverage
,, Meeting.. . .7:30:. ..p.m.. Society, .., .,. .r. Pages 1A-7A Trustee Chairman Jean ('hilt)'. There use, more (than UK( therms the cording to figures presented l.ooo KWH by ViceIa'or ac-
HAMPTDNCOUNCILMeeting. Sports. ... ..'. ... .... Page B-10A OUTSIDE..... has to be enough money coming( In to rate would' he increased from :35t to :\ Commissioner Jimmy Crosby-
SECTION Bi.Briefs. pay -7:30: p.m. .:. The weatherman has predicteda such as police, street, and fire department rates would increase: Jr. to the other members of the board.
... .. ,>, .Page 4B He lined that Jacksonville
I ; Obituaries. . .. ,. ., Page SB iOnn chance of thundershowers a.The. from :I5C to -Iit; per therm up to the Elect riecustomel'1l
WEDNESDAY!.MAY 13 Classifieds: ... '.. Page.B&9B during' the morning hours today, city traditionally lives mainlyoff first 300( therms. The rate for $93.60 for Loot now KWH.pay an average of
WORKSHOPPros ( Thursday), with of its : Clay Electric
SECTION Ci a possibility utility revenue and the major customers using more than .500
""ASS Parent Correspondence! Page 4C.T&IC 1/: rain. portion of the utility revenue comes: therms increased from :30* to 4K.:I per $79.60. Florida Power: Corporation

Brooke Elem. School' Legal A Real. Estate . .4C Fridaythru Sunday will be from the tale of electricity. therm. .
7:00: P.M. ,cloudy \\ it h a chance ol .showers. Revenue from the utility system.! Reconnect fees! for electric *<< Electric.... P.07770 .:*.\


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Council Orders Effort .
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To Collect Past Due T3c-1w. WUw : -r

City Occupational Fees


The Starke City Commission has instructed Mayor Charles Schaefer pointed out
Deputy Clerk Elise Pass to that it was his understanding it would
get together with Starke Police Chief cost( $600.
Jimmy Bowen to try to collect delinquent Commissioner Bobby Milner, Jr., ,' t
occupational licenses long past chairman of By-Laws and Ordinance
due.City Committee, told Hensley he would
ordinances provide that the notify him about the permit.
police department make an attemptto
collect the occupational license
fees considered delinquent.If Workman's Compensation
the business fails to pay the fee, Insurance Awarded
the ordinance provides that the police
department close the business down. Commissioner Crosby reported that
his Finance Committee decided to
The matter was brought up Tues
award workman's compensation in-
day by Vice-Mayor Commissioner
Jimmy Crosby, Jr. The other board surance to the low bidder George
members concurred and the council Roberts Insurance Agency of Starke
instructed Pass to draw up a list for for Peninsular Insurance Company ata
Bowen to( work:on to collect the fees.A bid of 35234.
Board rejected the $37,535 bid of
check with the clerk's office
Wednesday, May 6 revealed a list had Risk Management Services, Inc. of
not been compiled and that the staff Orlando.
was in the process of getting up the

list.Pass Inter-Governmental ,
told Telegraph it was her "' 7
that Committee AppointedOn .
understanding 50 percent of the
businesses had not paid their license the recommendation of Commissioner
fees. Crosby the board voted ...
unanimously to create an Inter-
Council Doubles Governmental committee with the
Hezoning Fees Bradford County Commission and request -

The board accepted the recommen- the county to appoint two com-
dation of the planning and zoning missioners to the board. The City of : d
commission to the Starke would appoint two commissioners Carl
increase application Photo By Tilley
fee for rezoning, variances, and ( to the board. Ilabla Espanol?
special exemption: has been increased Crosby explained the purpose of the
from $25 to $50.Businessman. committee would be to address dual These members of the Bradford High Spanish Honor Society definitely DO Front rowNancy Roberts Alesla Sheffield, Tina Best. Jerl Anne Allen
taxation that affects both boards. He speak Spanish. They were the best in the recent state Spanish Contest. The Second row. Cheryl Furrow, Gina Lane, Renee Shipman Sharon Fussell. and
Asks stated there are new commissionerson students are (l-r): Instructor/sponsor JoAnna Ilallman.
For Dance LicenseMax both boards. Third row. Cathy Martin. Martin Hunter. Vicki O'Connell, and Jody Griffis.
"We need to get started talking with
Hensley told the board he has each board," Crosby said.

teenage Generation"recently amusement purchased on West center the Call,"Younger Street and that, a Finance CommitteeGets BHS Spanish Students Take Top Honors at StateA

he plans to feature a live band on Write-Off List

Saturday nights. Deputy Clerk Pass presented a list team of students from the received a Sobresaliente, the highest Accompanying the students were chaperones from BHS attended the
After a brief discussion the board of writeoffs totaling $3,220 to the Spanish Class at Bradford High won honor. Spanish instructor Joanna Hallmanand three days of competition and stayedin
told Hensley that it would require himto board and they agreed to turn the list top honors April 24-26 among a groupof Vicki O'Connell, Jerk Allen, Martin Mrs. Jackie Moore. Jim Coun- the Marriot Inn in Orlando.
purchase a permit for the dances. over to the finance committee chairedby 1,000 students competing at State Hunter, and Gina Lane received tryman drove the school bus. Students competing were seniors Jeri
The Laws matter and was referred to the By- Commissioner Crosby for collec- Contest in Orlando. Sobresaliente in the memorized Allen and Vicki O'Connell, and
Committees. tion. There were three catagories of Declamations, and Cathy Martin The BHS group won two door prizes juniors Tina Best. Alesia 'Sheffield,
competitionmemorized declamations received a Superior. Vicki O'Connell at the awards ceremony Saturday Gina Lane, Cathy Martin, and Marlin
plays, and impromptus. Only also received a Sobresaliente on her morning. A banquet honoring the Hunter.
Glenn Gnann is Lawtey's Spanish could be spoken in the con- impromptu.A 1,000 students who competed and a Students observing were Sharon
test.The group of 15 students and dance with a live band were events of Fussell.Sheryl Furrow,Premee Ship-
I BHS play, Las De Barranco, fis. Friday night April 25. man Nancy Roberts and Jody Grif--

New Back-Up PolicemanLawtey

Jordan was Police given Chief permission M.M. (Butch by the) 40-hours Gnann a stated week.he was willing to work June 15 Bearing Set on Proposed Fire Tax Ordinance IA \

Lawtey City Council to hire a 19yearold After the discussion, the council

Bradford County native as thedepartment's unanimously approved Jordan's request public hearing on a proposed ordinance nero They also plan to contract with retopped SR-235, the Whitehead Road building altogether, and it is being '
backup police officer at to hire Gnann as a replacementfor establishing a special fire tax the fire departments in Keystone from Brownlee Road to SR-100. Com- operated by the Fair Association.
the monthly meeting, Monday, May 4. Jackson. district in the unincorporated areas ofwthe Heights and Melrose to provide missioners decried the fact that Meeting places are needed for the 1
Gnann for the southeast end of the*"'I"" heavy trucks* such as lime rock and Minemploymentvand octal'rcuflrepresentatlveb .)7'
Glenn Stephen was hired on "" county islet for June lS'at7jr3: : , Fires Off !; '
Slacking '*
truck small '
..county whereIMHBradford' department >.4og *, use county roads for' 4wave :4
the recommendation of Jordan and ...
mayor-councilman Marvin Rosier. Chief Crotise RepotsLawtey !. 'With Corn'mlssi'oner' "" tawrVrfcirMosley exist?. 'l.'iTi",' ,shortcuts1:;when. they could1: ;travel. "' ::"-" .j. ..
Gnann replaced Lt. Sonny Jackson Volunteer Fire Chief Bill *1.i and volunteer firemen The fire't cb&hclr'vtted last Thurs- J4lmarMaftd roads. -

who resigned last month to go to workas Croiue reported his department pushing for progress towards passingthe day in Brooker to meet monthly to THE MADFOIDCOUNTY I
a patrolman with the Starke Police answered six calls during the month anticipated one mill of tax for fire coordinate between the council and Reappointed Robert Scott of TELEGRAPH
Department. of April. The fire engine traveled 54 protection, the county commission commission.In Lawtey to the North Florida( Regional Publllhed
Jordan stated Gnann was attendingthe miles to the fires which were all in voted 4-0 to set the hearing on the proposed Planning Council on recommendationof atl30VV.CollSlretStark every Thursday
418-hour police standards course Bradford County. The departmenthas ordinance. other action, the county commis- Commissioner E.W. Hodges who ., Florida 32091
given by Santa Fe Community Col- a gasoline expense of $16. Mosley moved to advertise for a sion: said Scott is an interested board
lege in Gainesville through August 19. Crouse reported there have been 72 public hearing Homer Hart seconded member and attends the meetings.The Second Class
fire calls answered by his departmentsince and Commissioners Maxie Carter Gave Doug Cueny, marketing board also needs to appoint a se- Stork.poilagt, FloridaSubscription paid at
The veteran police? chief reported the fiscal year started last October and E.W. Hodges voted with them. director of Alachua General Hospital, cond member to the plan council but
he talked with authorities in 1.Temporary. Mosley wanted the hearing set at approval for a "certificate of convenience is looking for someone willing to Rate
Tallahassee and they are in the process night to allow the public a chance to and necessity" to begin an air serve. In trade $9.00 *:
of granting Gnann a waiver so Permit Issued be present, so it was decided to set it rescue service, using helicopters, in $5.00 areei six months par year
that he can perform policeman's For A Mobile Home for one of the commission's mid- association with AGH's shock-trauma -Said it plans to remove the county-
duties. owned 60-watt generator from the
A temorary six-month permit was month night meetings. Mid-May county civil defense building and Outtlde trod. araat $10.00 per y.or
"Gnann has been wanting to go into granted by unanimous vote of the would not allow time for advertising, return it to the Development Authority. $3.30 six, monthsCA1
Attorney Dudley Hardy said, so it was Worked out problems with the new
law enforcement, Jordan said. "He board to allow Rev. Don Love and his The Is
finally agreed to set the hearing for county health Insurance policy with county now out of the
will be getting valuable on-the-job family to place a mobile home behind
training." the south end of the old Bel-Air Motel the mid-June meeting.It the local agent, Richard Roberts.
.... _. .
to live in. Love is the was also decided not to> put a -- -
Rosier reported Gnann came to see property pastor - - --- --- -
him and the applicant was told what of the First United Methodist Churchin specific millage rate in the proposed Told Sheriff Dolph Reddish to hold
would be expected of him. Lawtey. ordinance, since the commission up paying two bills from the county
might not want to levy the one mill the rescue service. The rescue billed the \V AL OF
firemen are counting on. Sheriff's Department for a trip to the FA-I
I Electric Gas Rates in "Let's just advertise for the public jail and a trip to the courthouse. The i ?:
Lip City.
.. hearing and then we'll clear all these county supports the rescue service :
however. Bible School r
details, said Commissioner Mosley.It'll .
(FrontPage IA) A laborer in the water departmentwas be another free-for-all said
$72.70 and Florida Power and Light also eliminated in the cutdown. Commissioner E.W. Hodges, actingas Agreed to establish four reserved
Company $68,16.Electricity Board approved the recommen- chairman due-- to: the illness of parking spaces for prison vehicles
revenue transferred to dation to phase out the janitor/ Chairman E.L. the city's general fund was down maintenance position at city hall. "We'll have more! firemen here thouse for legal work. Commissioner Youth .
$76.239 from projections in 78-79. was Crosby explained that the inmate than anybody else, said Lawtey Fire Maxie Carter suggested the board EPEE Children 'PLC
down $142,704 in 79-80( and could go labor squad was working out well and Chief Bill Crouse.) Other firemen pre- pave another parking strip north of Adults -4 f':.
$300,000 below projections this year the plan was to have the squad take sent Monday were James Balkcom, the courthouse. The idea of markingoff '
Crosby said, without a rate increase. over city maintenance in addition to Henry Thornton, and George Pierce. parking spaces was also discussed. -
Crosby released figures that the cleaning up the city. The volunteer firemen elected No final decisions were made on
projected total of revenue at the existing Crouse to coordinate between the the paving at Monday's meeting.
rate would be $2,470,950. Projected Crosby WantsPreliminary commission and the fire council, the Carter pointed out, and commis-
increase will amount to Budgets commission was told. George Pierceof sioners agreed, that it is often dIf-
Brooker elected ficult to find a parking at the May 10-15 7:00: 8:30
411825. or about 17 percent, which Crosby requested departmentheads was secretary- pace p.m. : p.m.
total treasurer of the fire council. courthouse
would bring projected revenueto to start preparing preliminary
2882775. budgets for the 1981-82 fiscal and The firemen earlier had planned to
Expenditures from October to have them available year elect a fire council one member from Contracted by resolution, at no FIRST UNITED
March amounted to $1,173,807. Projected June 23.Crosby. by Tuesday each of the eight volunteer depart- cost to the county with (the state
figures for the balance of the chairman of the board'sFinance ments, and to elect one represen- Department of Veteran and Com-
fiscal year through Sept. 30 amount to Committee asked tative from the council to meet with munity Affairs to assist Clerk Gil METHODIST CHURCH
1467258. Total amount of expen- heads to draw up a fiveyearand the county commission. Brown in replying to audit criticisms.
ditures in the projection amount to Firemen already have plans on how
2641065. This leaves a difference of a ten-year for their long-range capital they will spend the $120,000( that one Was told by !Mrs. Mildred Jeros Walnut & Jefferson Nursery Provided 964.6864
outlay plan departments. He
241710.( asked mill of advalorem taxes! in the unin- that log trucks have damaged newly
that reports be made availableto
Commissioners approved a budget corporated area of the county will bring
the board by the time the commis-
last fall amounting to $2,507,464. Expenditures sion deals with the budget for (the in, including the purchase of two
amount to $2.107,636 leaving 1981-82 fiscal new fire trucks the first year.
a difference of $399.828. year. Firemen surprised the commissionlast
Patterson presented figures to the fall when they worked hard and First Baptist Church
board showing he has budgeted First United Methodist voters passed a straw ballot 2-1 favorIng -
341273. He listed a $75.000 surplus Church NewsThe fire protection and the one bill tax.
under the current rates. The new rate Some persons say now voters were
will leave the gas department a early morning worship service not aware of the tax to support the fire *
surplus of $165.326. beginning at 8:30: a.m. will be given protection drive. The county commis- The Book of
By adding the$241.710 figures from by Bill Lawson. The 11 a.m. service. sion thought the straw vote would fail *r- Revelation!
t the, !''ectric department to the$163.326 will be given by Rev. Warren Langer. and the problem of what to do with the
gas income would bring the revenueup "A Special Place". During each ser volunteer departments funding wouldgo
$407,036: and would cut down the vice all mothers present will be givena away.
projected loss of 399828. gift by the Methodist Men. But the straw vote passed and the : ""i
City gas customers will save Carnival of Faith (Vacation Bible firemen have drawn up plans and are ;l' Sunday ,Morning Message :;
money. according to Patterson. Propane School>!> will swing into action Sunday expecting to spend the 120000. / "' ,
gas costs $1 to $1.25 per gallon evening 6:IS with a Hot Dog Super The firemen plan to contract withi :, ", IA .:: I' : "- "Jezebel's Church"
and fuel oil costs about $1.30 per in the fellowship hall. There i i icorporated areas and to provide fire <
gallon. He reported city gas costs something for everyone all age protection for the towns in that man- Ben P.
about 53< per gallon. groups are invited nightly May 10-1S( s :lantl Revelation 2:18-29: '
from 7-8 p.m. A nursery will be pro- d
Council Eliminatest vided. quick
There will be two special classes for Was First...
: City PositionsIn and adults the week. Sunday Morning Services at 8:30 &
a move to trim city expenses the youth Rev. Langer will during be teaching''' a -I 'ffdirst: ; prepared mix '. : a.m. 11:00: a.m.

board approved a recommendation course on Methodism. This will Include marketed in America was' : ': Sunday Night hear our children's choir present .
l by ('lIm mrssioner Crosby to eliminateIwo Methodist beliefs, Biiquick, introduced ,; in ;.. :
I positions and phase out a third organization and positions. railroad 1931. It chef wn inspired who kept by a a L: "Down at the Creekbank"
A second course will be on missions'in I
1)11A lineman position which has never the Caribbean. This study will batch of biscuit .dough >W;, 7:30 p.m.
) d .:who 4 ".
IH-CM filled in the utility department '
the Biblicalpurpo.e of ml"1'% :
focus on .f80t.JliJ >f.tndd:!' licastvc-j.:.., > :
wow dropped.! """*-"
sions and the people of the Caribbean.

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r. ..' \'' Earn Middle School } .:
; I. Straight-A's at
.1 .1' : ( I" ,i' ....,.i' :

: : tt..Arl,
A'.(,V v 1 \ Three of 760 Bradford Middle Kristin Alday Shilynn Chaff, Deena Green, Marie Innocent, Catherine periods, admission 25..
Lancaster, Rosaland Lennon, Connie Fifth graders from our county
Cox, Robert McRae, Maria Thomas,
School students, Stephanie Redding, Susan Vickie schools will be visiting us
Navalany elementary (
;',. ...... Sharon Martin, and Philip Crews, Greg Wiggins and Leslie Woods. Thomas Tonia Parks, Elizabeth for an Orientation program on the
'S f earned straight-A's for the 5th six- Scholastic Achievement: Robert Payne, Jason Polk, Donald Thornton, following dates:
ended Barnes, Evett Gainey, Michael Grey,
weeks grading period which
Anthony Davis, James Norman. Sue May 19 Lawtey, Brookri. and
Johnny Jackson, Bianca Simpson,
IL. April 21.Ninetyeight. Lisa Nettles, Angela Williams Albert Smith, Catherine Zambito, Rhonda Hampton schools 9:30-11 a.in.
more BMS students or Sapp>, Dawn Scott, Holly Stills and May 27-Starke Elem. a: :30-11 a.m
earnedall Baugess Michael Griffis and Wendy
13 of the student body
percent Hsieh. Regma Cannavo. May 18 Southside Elem !9:30 11
A's and B's for a place on the 5th Scholastic Achievement: Malda a.m.

six-weeks honor roll. Grade 7: Amy Carter Karen Delestre Richelle Stowe, Clarence We cordially invite parents wishing
1 Pendarvis, and Valarie Jenkins. to attend to do so.
Martin, Michelle Sexton Melissa
The all-A students are:
Test will be
: Todd, Marsenna Brantley, Deanna *********** home soon. Parents scores wishing a going conference
Tomlmson! Tonja McCloud Theresa
Stephanie Redding, eighth grade with teachers should call the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Lonnie Red McCollum, Kelliene Baldwin, Allison office for an appointment.
Denmark, Allen Gonzalez. Erika Dates Remember
ding Jr. of Theressa. to :
Mrs. Bloomer'sclass will behaving
'> Gruen, James Hayes Lynn Holtzen- Wed.,May 6-8th graders enjoyed a wash 14. Cars and
a car May $200
Philip Crews, eighth grade son ol dorf, Richard O'Steen,Joseph Griffis, very nice orientation program at trucks $2.50. Location behind the
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crews of Lawtey. < Tracy Bellinger, Tammy Dempsey, BHS. BMS gym 1 :30( 2IS: ,m.
Mary Li, and Stacy Reddish. Mon., May 11 9 a.m. Intramural] p
Sharon Martin seventh grade Scholastic Achievement: Sherrl Track Meet at BHS.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin Gaskins, Irving Meres and Angela Project Pass workshop-7-9 p.m.
1F; of Lawtey. Manning. in Mrs. Walkup's math classroom.
Tues., May 12-14 BHS Guidance WHEW!
f j' Honor Roll: Grade 8: Pam Austin Tracy Counselors will be here scheduling 8th
( Baez, Billy Bauldree, Kenneth graders for classes next year at BHS.
Grade 6 Stephen Akridge, Kelley
: Shaun Crawford, Tony Diggs Donna Dor- Gymnastic Show at 7 p.m. in
Jackson Steven Jones
!I t Schmidt,, Johnnie Clark Bradford miney John David Francis, Tanya the BMS gym. Admission: adults $1;
Rigby. Jody Rising, Dianne Wood, school students ) and
Green Phillip Moore, Marlin Day, 50e pre-school A Texas cat named Dusty
BMS Brains... Melanie Wood, Janet Griffis, Karen children free.
Annette Balkcom, Lisa Moody. Tam copped the kitten recordin
Kimutis, Allen Rebecca Young, 15 Beta Club will
Kay Fri., May sponsor
Stephanie Redding, left. Philip Crews and Sharon Martin are the only Brad- my Moody, Cindy Parade. Kim Sapp, Janet Brooks, Cheryl Foster, Lisa the Faculty-Student Softball June, 1952 when she
ford Middle School students to earn straight-A's for the 5th six-weeks. Justin Williams, Charles Coburn, game. It will be held 5th and 6th had her 420th.


Southside, Starke, Lawtey. Thursday May 14: Chicken & rice gravy dressing, buttered green May 13: Cheeseburgers, BINCOEvery
Brooker Elemen- cheese toast, green peas, banana peas hot rolls, key lime pie, and hamburgers pizza, French fries,
Hampton and milk. milk. milkshakes. Saturday 7:30 P.M.
tary and Bradford Middle Friday. May IS: Barbecue on bun. Thursday. May 14: Hamburger Thursday May 14: Hamburgers pizza 411 N. Temple Ave. Starke. Fla.mm .
Schools: buttered corn, field peas, fruit or gravy mashed potatoes, buttered French fries milkshakes.
May 11-MaylS fruit juice, and milk. carrots hot rolls, peach half, '. Friday. May 15: Hamburgers, pizza,
Monday, May II: Fish portion, cheese cookie, and milk. onion rings, milkshakes.
grits, steamed cabbager fruit cup Bradford High SchoolREGULAR Friday, May IS: Corndogs, baked
cornbread, and milk. beans, cole slaw fruit jello, and I OPEN

Tuesday May 12: Beef-a-roni, cheest Monday May 11: Macaroni & beef milk.ALACARTE Fortune FederalTo
stix, garden salad, apple crisp, hot casserole green beans hot rolls, '
rolls, and milk. butter cake, mixed fruit,and milk. Monday, May II: Hamburgers, Open 30th Branch CFian trii 'Str ic

Wednesday. May 13: Beans & Tuesday, May 12: Beef stew on rice, cheeseburgers, pizza, onion rings, Fortune Federal Savings and Loan GREEN SWEET BELL
weiners cabbage slaw, buttered whole kernel corn, cornbread milkshakes French fries.
applesauce Association has received approval to
carrots applesauce, cinnamon cookie and milk. Tuesday. May 12: Pizza, ham open a branch office in Cape Coral,on CABBAGE POTATOES .PEPPERSB$1M
swirl bread and milk. Wednesday. May 13: Turkey w/giblet burgers French fries, milkshakes. the Gulf Coast near Fort Myers.
10 Lb.LETTUCE 49 Lb. /
With assets of over $1 billion, the j
47-year-old association is the 14th
largest savings and loan in Florida ONIONS ORANGES
and ranks in the top 100 in the U.S. \.' )

1 later The this new year branch, will, scheduled be Clearwater-to open 49'.ad. 39" Lb. 75" Doz.CUCUMBERS -

t based. Fortune Federal's first officein '
Lee County and its 30th in Florida. TOMATOES \ \BANANAS

wr ,6 o. 5/$1"/ 39" Lb. }1)))3 Lbs./$1/
14 Chicken Supper Set .,

A At Pine Valley ChurchA LEMONS ''vt" PINK <" GRAPES

set chicken Saturday supper afternoon and gospel and sing night is 99 Doz GRAPEFRUIT'. 1.29 Lb.

f SINS rrF May 9, at Pine Valley CongregationalHoliness
Church off US-301 north of 3/$100/
r .. s Slarke. I Cooking Potatoes Yellow Squash
i be served from 1-6
; Dinners will

,'tint' r Pta srnu.N4 m. ,,,,, tt W p m. at$2 per plate for adults and $1 10 Lbs.2M/ : Retail & Wholesale 29' Lb.

t ,.for children. ,Prices
Singing will start at 7:30 p.m.: .

_. ,. "Red f 'Bliss Red Delicious
-- -- ---- -
4-EI Car Wash POTATOES Green Beans APPLES
Starke Elem. Excellence... my Mobley. Angela Parrish. Benjamin llankerson. Eggplants
Third rowShelly Carter Cindy Griffis. Charles Set Saturday May 9
lily-eight students at Starke Elementary earned Hamilton Chad Reddish Allen Porter. Audra Brantley, 49 Lb. 49 Lb. 39 Lb.49c Lb.
hlraifiht-A's( for the 5th six-weeks grading period. Theyare Donna McKelvey, Barbara Smith !Mitch Gray, Selena Remember Mother for Mother'sDay
11-r<(< ): Norman Noy Srivibul, Eyvette Covington. Yes, Sunday is Mother's Day. A
Front row- Jill Williams. Donald Francis Danielle Fourth rowDavid Thorpe. Sharad Patel. Hubert nice clean car would be greatly ap-
Smith Jason Crawford Adelle Kuhn. Thorpe, Ricky Klmulis, Allyson Thompson, Penny llsich, preciated by all mothers. STURM PRODUCE
Second rowPatricia Parado. Steven Thornton Chris Deborah Cowart. Sabrina Ford, Esther Martin, Sherry Saturday, May 9 the Green Acres
Sova. Patty Martin.James Roberts, Hence llewett. Tam- !Mattox. Mike Barber Randall Polk. 4-H Club will hold a car wash from 9 1601 N. Temple Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken
a.m. til3 p.m.at the Community State Open 8 a.m. ill 9 p.m.
Bank. The charge will be$2.00.
Starke Elementary School NewsWinkler's oaaoofltoBBCQBoitoooanoeoaooooQOB

1 ..

2nd Grade I'attrison's' Ith Grade; one, but did not request one:we have
A B honor roll in Mrs. Patterson's some extra.
!Most of our students are doing a homeroom, for the 5th !six weeks are:
great job learning their multiplication Crawford Cor- In addition to completing our
Shawna Blom. Kevin ,
tables through the fives. We have etha Daniels, Karen Hodges, Richard regular end-of-the-year work, we are MOTHERS: DjQ( GIFTS
been! measuring. things using the l eNeave. also having some special contests,
metric system.Prizes 4th Grade Spelling Super Stars for
awarded to Danielle
were the I week of April 20 were Dana giving students a chance to use their
Smith and Andy Smith for scoring Bowen Stacy Marshall. Laurie of logic and ability to figure
IUU% on the math skills tests. Receiving Selena powers Pamper mom with these luscious gift selections.
Mobley, Ryan Moore, Norman and reason. Prizes are warded to the
for 100%) on the
a prize scoring Barbara
Suzanne Sapp. Smith winners.
Scholastic Heading Test were Becki Hence Thomas Matthew Watson, Contest Nl 1. Figure the number of Delightful, fashionable, elegant, .
Nugent Andy Smith and Brandi Barrel -
Ricky Whitaker, Alisa Young. Becky different colored cubes in a diagram. 1
t. Fill Winners: Jimmy Griffis. Alaina Man- practical or just for fun these endearing
Craw foi' 'slyd: Crude; Bonnette, Shari Cain Kem >aw, 1
Ternccna Kittles, Patricia Parado. ning Dale Cassels. David "Fields
We have two students in our
class. Tori Lynn new Clark who came .Jimmy Langley; Lisa Adkins Audra Deborah Cowart, Lacheron Perry, glftables for mom will be ...
from Jacksonville North Carolinaand Braid icy, Harold Chandler Mitch Julie Workman Esther Martin.
Mary Stewart from Agana Gray. Felicia llankcrsoii. Marvin Sherry Mack Mary Alice llowley. sure to please.
Guam Lane Allen Porter, Doug Rehbcrg.! Steve Thornton. Mike Barber.
We sire so proud of Steven Thorn- I'am'I'horntun. Scroll Binder Shawna Contest Hi: Penny llsieh, Dewey
Ion This is the second six weeks he Blum. Eugene Bl>e. Kevin Crawford Dougherty From
Juli Jackson Richard: LeNeave. Cindy Contest #:J: Who will it be????
has made all A's. lie is the son of Mr
and Mrs Donald Thornton 'Sanums and Belinda Clark
We would also like to recognize Irll.iuil's.'illi: : iiudt.
Ali.sha Manning for having/ a perfect In our Health Unit we arc now talking PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
about the decision of whether or STUMP'SDEPT.
Jonathan Reichert! and Winslow not to smoke. Students may be bringing -
Koddey have really improved in their home some material toshaic with 1-2 Or 3 Bedroom "Apts.'
their families Our thanks to theAmerican
fl'lulin/olliki/ 1111. from 9l3O to .17300I33O .
Cancer: Society for providing
/ us with some of our inalonals. STORE
The class group pictures will be onside @: : W. Madison .

BIRTHS in the office until May 8 for 1.73: .IHM.WWM Phone 964-63 12: .; k-i. 964-5423 Bradford Square
.uh. If you would like lit Duiclnise LENDER ? 7

William Jeffery Barber
Mr, and Mrs. Winston Barber'of ?
Starke announce the birth ef a son, Everythingfor
William Jeffery, born April 19 in
Alachua General Hospital. He joins We would like to express our
Mark Mike Matt.Tim,
five brothers.
Steve and one sister Lynn. appreciation to each business and in-

Maternal grandparents are Mr. and dividual who has Motheron
and timeto
Mrs. W.V. Fergerson, Sr. of Ocala. given money

Paternal grandparents are Fl.Mr. and enable us to purchase new uniformsfor
Mrs. J.L. Barber of Bristol.

.. . .. . the Bradford High School Band. '
Bonnie Blu Bishop
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bishop of Many businesses and individuals have

Kingsley Lake, announce the birth ofa r. ; j
daughter, Bonnie Blu, born April 25, given money and worked hard to enableus l J

Gainesville.in Alachua She General joins three Hospital brothers,, to complete this project. We appreciate ft -D Her

2.Bo, age 10, Link, age 8 and Brad, age | their efforts very much. Day :

Paternal grandmother la: Mrs. H.A.

Bishop Maternal Jr. of grandparents Starke. are Rev. WIS Band Boosters come In and see many fine

and Mrs. R.T. Williams; of Starke. \t1 selections, of Gifts Just for

Did You Know............ $I'' lyiichaol, S. Woodfin Director .L'.L'I I that SPECIAL MOM!

Misses Kay and Claire Turner of t ,,IU\ IS I Ilind Director '
Jacksonville and Brant Turner of wrappingrP ;
Gainesville spent the weekend with t
their mother Mrs. Janet Turner and
celebrated Kay's birthday on Sunday.

'I !

4 A TELEGRAPH May ?. 1981


ebiTORiAlCondition I Kirkpatrick Opposes Single Member DistrictsNo

Matter What what the Editorial Writers Say ,

of Jail

legislators thus providing a common
No matter what a Gainesville Sun threatened natural resources a bond in seeking government for com-

editiorial writer says Dist. 6 State university, community colleges, in- mon good not government for Just a
Poses DilemmaThe Sen. George Kirkpatrick, dustrial sites and urban areas. This few in a single district.
D-Gainesville, does not favor single make-up is true of many of Florida's
further stated
member legislative districts. Senatorial districts. If a legislator Senator Kirkpatrick
that he was extremely concerned that
cannot show a practical knowledge of !
county is now facing the At a recent Commission Kirkpatrick recently called a press the issues that represent the spec- Y the future is of the in North Florida

dilemma of having to either meeting Reddish discussed a conference in Gainesville to "set the trum of his constituency, he or she lifestyle already great danger.
"We are facing increasing pressureon
record will fail at the polls. When elected
straight" on single member ,
get its jail facility up to state proposal by state inspectorsthat districts. In response to an editorial this legislator has a broad perspective our rivers and other natural

requirements; abandon the the jail must have a chain that appeared March 17 in the from which to consider problemsof -

present jail (built in 1952); or link fence area which would Gainesville Sun, Kirkpatrick said that a state-wide magnitude. In a : "The opportunityto

run the risk of having this allow prisoners to be removedat he wanted to make sure that there Is legislative body, that perspective
no misunderstanding about where he enhances the quality of the state.The
facility condemned at some least 50 feet from a burning concernsof
of this
stands on the issue. opposite type representation is
future date.Twentyone. building. It has also been the single-minded, special Interest b.,,
both rural and urban
recommended that an exer- The editorial attempted to pressure legislator who, in effect, is elected ir
violations of cise area should be providedfor him into taking a stand in favor of from an old fashioned ward-political constituents is
Florida Statutes and/or Fire inmates. single member districts, Sen. system. This type of politician has now

Marshal's rules and regula- Kirkpatrick says. It quoted an early historically emerged from the single available to legislators.

tions were noted by the state "The jail is the total respon- response to a League of Women member districts of large urban ..
Voters questionnaire where the areas, where political concerns begin
of the Commis-
following a complete safety sibility County
Senator went on to say that he wantedto and end by neighborhood. An elected
resources from those in South Florida
survey in March. One of the sion, Reddish says. "I mere- "see how the issue would affect the official in a state-level office who who take them for their own use" he
main deficiencies is the ly run the thing for them and Sixth District" and he wanted to "getas holds a parochial viewpoint is, in the said.

absence of a fire escape on the I'm going to do the best job I much input as we can get from as final analysis, less effective in an Sen.

two-story building, which can with what the county many people as possible". elective body than several responsive Kirkpatrickrural "I do not understand," the Senator

would cost in the gives me to work with." or growing counties. Right now said advocate, "why the something Gainesville that Sun would would

neighborhood of $10,000, according these 56 counties are totally, or in ultimately destroy the University of
to Sheriff Dolph Red-- Overcrowding has never 'In my opinion, so-called minorities actually part, represented by over 30 senators.In Florida and FSU. It seems he wantsto

dish. Also lacking are a fire been a critical problem at the other words, if you didn't live in a turn everything over to the selfish

alarm system, no automaticfire jail, and Reddish says that if benefit more under multi-member districts.,." big city you'd lose half your South Florida mentality that would
legislative representation under the
like nothing better than to tear apart
detection system, and no push comes to shove, there is single member district plan! institutions
automatic sprinkler system.At enough room at the presentsite In my opinion, so called minorities our rod great move them to Dade piece County.piece Our

to upgrade the 1952 jail "The thing that disturbs me is that representatives from the same actually benefit more under multi Northern community colleges, our

present the County Com- and expand it to meet the the editorial writer failed again to geographical area. Through delega- member districting because they rivers, our farms, and our very
mission is playing a waiting needs. This would be talking research all the facts and decided tions bound by common constituent have increased access and controls to lifestyle could be attacked the same
game to see if Governor that he alone knew what was best for concerns, the citizen: of a multi more legislators. Anyone who is not a ," Kirkpatrick said. "The
about an expenditure of from the of the Sixth member of the way
Graham is successful in people District. Ob- member district is assured of greater special interest who delicate balance that exists in the
get- $50,000 to $100,000 perhaps, as viously, he never read the many articles representation. And the glue of com elects the representative from the Florida Senate today would be
ting funds from the opposed to a cool million or that appeared in the news mon concern binds both rural and urban single member district has no voice at destroyed end the people of North
Legislature to upgrade or media during the rest of the cam- .
more for a complete new delegations.Multi all.The Florida would have no voice in our
replace many of the state's paign. opportunity to balance con- future. I will fight as hard as I can to
substandard facility on county-owned pro- member districts allow the cerns of both rural and urban consti-
jails. The this from We must
pre- Kirkpatrick showed articles from keep happening.
perty west of the new court- voter greater accessibility to a tuents is now available to your stick "
sent outlook from the the Florida Times-Union, Ocala Star together.
house. greater number of legislators. A con-
Legislature for new taxes for Banner, Independent Florida stituent has more than one person to
Alligator and Palatka Daily News
is none too good whom he turn to for express -
any purpose This is that can answers >
a problem must that very clearly stated his oppositionto u h
and Sheriff Reddish is his cast his ballot
not be addressed later single member districts. He also viewpoints
sooner or
hopeful of help from this and most would, mentioned the TV Forums with opponent or, even, vent his anger. Let's con- County Agents By f 1A
taxpayers sider the converse of this situation fora
John Newsom where both
source. agree, perhaps, that the didates stated that the major can difference moment: Suppose you are a minority Notebook Bobby I !

Realizing the impossibilityof feasibility of expanding and between them was that or hold a minority viewpoint in a Taylor

local financing for an upgrading the present facility Newsom supported single member single member district. Where is your phone<< : !I-62NO
? What kind of
representation accessibility -
districts and Kirkpatrick did not. l-:\tt'lloIon 209
(estimated) $1 million new should be adequately explored to your elected official do

jail facility, the sheriff says he before launching a new Senator Kirkpatrick then presentedthe you have The political reality of the

is not pushing for it and in a building if and with the following written situation is that you have no sym-
program press This is the time of year when I get determine how much water is being
meeting this week with state when funds are available. statement of his official position on pathetic representation another.Let's and. no alter numerous calls from gardeners about applied.
native access to
inspectors, assured them he the issue: problems and pests on their
vegetables. One of the most common Water should never be applied at a
could take care of many of the"housekeeping" There that The arguments for and against look at the problem we'd haveif .
was some hope a"dream"
carved problems is wilt on tomatoes. Unfortunately rate faster than it can be absorbed by
and minor proposal that a pro- multi-member districting for Florida we Senate our into present 40 member this problem cannot be corrected the soil. If the sprinkler applies too

repair items with little if any gram of building new jails legislators revolve chiefly around the districts with each district single member after it has attacked the much water, it only runs off and is be-
concepts of the voters' accessibility to represen-
On the tomato plant, and I hate to tell the wasted.
expense. bigger expen- wherever needed might be ting approximately 240,000 ing .
the politician, and the politicians'representation people. gardener that there is he i t r. .' I
ditures, however, such as a launched with the state pay- and responsiveness to This is based'-..r'on' projected t. "" -1980 census. .*- ..''; do for affected plants. nothing. can'i, Avoid l extremes in.water 1 Light frequent ,
fire escape, Commission is ing 80 percent of the cost, and the voteivThere are,. pFcourseteid .,I figures > ;i. I waterings are .inefficient.and

reluctant to spend the money the counties 20 percent. But issues, such as the cost of running for ( )' The best way to prevent wilt produce shallow root systems..'Ex1cessive -'

in the face of a possibility thata that proposal seems as distantnow public office and the geographical Big Dade County would have six (fusasium and bacterial) is to grow irrigation which keeps the
compactness of districts, which are senators. Hillsborough and Pinellas resistant varieties and/or
new jail might be fumigatethe root zone saturated with water is also
necessary as it was when first issues of convenience and
men- political! notoJ together would have six senators. soil before
transplanting. Even harmful to the plants. Roots need air
in the future.
tioned several months necessarily Issues of constitutionality. Broward County would have four
ago. then
; some plants may develop the to function and too much water killsor
Duval, Palm Beach and Orange :disease. greatly decreases root growth.
would have two senators each. Next,
Theoretically, a politician
represents all of his constituents andit Brevard Escam bia,, Polk and Volusia Other common problems are insects Time to water is also important.

Better Communications the state level, a prudent legislatornust would each have one senator.This accounts and diseases like early and late During dry periods, it may be
have an informed opinion on a for 26 senators in eleven coun- blights, leaf spots and sometimes necessary to water during the heat of
)road range of issues. His district can ties or population centers and leaves viruses. Leaf spots and blights can be the day. Water will cool the grass and
only 14 senate seats to represent 56 controlled with a regular damage. However when
Between :onceivably encompass farmlands, spray or prevent ,
BoardsBetter dusting program using Zineb, Maneb, daytime waterings are not possible,
Captan or Copper water whenever convenient. Late
Letters to the editorOUR afternoon or early morning watering

communications be- Commission, and it was Insects such as hornworms, fruit- which keeps the plants wet for many
tween the County Zoning worms aphids, stinkbugs, loopersand hours longer than normal can be
agreed written
report cutworms can be controlled witha detrimental. Extended wet periods
Board and the County Com- will be made to the Commis- LAKES AND STREAMS ICSALESTAX INCREASE general purpose insecticide applied encourage plant diseases. So water

mission will undoubtedlyresult sion in the future stating the WORTH FIGHTING FOR NEEDED TO FUND at 7-day intervals. The spray or dust early enough in the afternoon so that

from a "meeting of the zoners' reasons for favorableor North Florida is VITAL STATE PROGRAMSAs should contain either Malihion or the plants will dry out several hours
minds" in a future get- unfavorable a great place in Diazinon, plus Sevin. Apply the insec- before nightfall or late enough in the
recommen- which to live. The most valuable attribute a citizen of Bradford County, I ticide after a rain or overhead irrigation morning so that the have had
together between the two dations on petitions for rezon- of this region is its unique am deeply concerned with the "Bare time to dry before being plants irrigated.
in effort to mend water resources. It must be considered
groups an ing. a rare individual Bones" budget being by

some weak links in the pre- who has not been touched by our Tallahassee legislators. Other questions include garden irrigation 1 also get calls on herbicides for the
sent exchange of information The two boards need to the beauty of our clear lakes, The general public is concernedwith In irrigating the garden it is garden but I usually suggest cultiva

between the two boards. work in harmony and have rivers transparent and springs and freeflowing providing a better education for advisable to thoroughly wet the soil tion.( The primary purpose of cultivation -
streams. The children and in the
growing our improvements once a week unless sufficient is
confidence in each other'sdecisions rain to control weeds. Weeds are
The Board population poses a continuing threat area of law enforcement, the prison falls, rather than to pply several to control when
Zoning recently easy they are small.
although it is in- to the for
quality these waters but the systems, and transportation. Yet light sprinklings. A growing garden Shallow cultivation and
is advised
expressed a degree of concern evitable that from time to impact has been relatively minor so these are t he very areas which are not will require 1 inch of water per week in order to reduce hoeing damage to

over the fact that three recent time there will be differencesof far. being adequately funded by the new and when the plants\! are large as the crop root system. No one

important decisions by the opinion. If the decisions are But our luck is running out. The budget proposals.We much as 2 inches may be required. chemical weed killer (herbicide) can

zoners have been reversed by made, however after recently announced plans by Georgia- can no( longer sit and say we Place shallow cans in your garden to be suggested for a growing season.
a Pacific to mine the peat on a giant support improvements in these areas.
the County Commission, thorough investigation of the scale in Santa Fe swamp poses a We have to have a massive,

sometimes with neither board facts, an on-site inspection of severe threat to the waters of our grassroots support from business,

explaining to the other the the property involved, and a total region.To civic groups, and private citizens to FORESTRY--

reasons for its action.In free exchange of information some people a swamp with its let our legislators know what we
slithering serpents and bottomless want, expect and consider important.No By Mark Fries
a recent informal discus- between the two boards, there muck is a scary place that deservesno charges will come: about unless we U IN BRADFORD COUNTY

sion between representativesof should be no need in the future better fate than being ditched and do this. I I __ ':.

both for the Zoning Board to approach drained and"put into production." To Please write, call, or telegraph -W "',
groups following a the County Commis- others it is a place of serene beautyand your legislators asking them to sup-

regular zoning meeting, one abundant life. But aesthetics port the 1 cent sales tax increase, "We need the tonic of wilderness: drive down an old country road,
member of the commission indicated sion with the question, aside, in the grand design of nature which would adequately fund these ro wade sometimes in marshes can do it at a state forest. you
that the vote on the "What's the trouble the swamp is an indispensible link in vital areas. Contact them immediately where' the bittern and meadow hen
a well-functioning water system. and ask for their support in these lurk:
controversial industrial zon- The get-together meeting The U.S. Geological Survey iden- matters. Withlacoochee State Forest is actually -

ing involved in the contested between the two boards is tifies the 5,000-acre Santa Fe swampas Our legislators are: That was Henry Thoreau's of a group of four large tracts of

cement plant on 301 South awaiting the recovery of Com- the primary aquifer recharge area Sen. George Kirkpatrick, Senate saying we all need times when we way can are land 14 that total 113,000 acres. There

might have been a bit different mission Chairman E .L. for North Florida. Were Georgia- Office Building, Room 344, "get away from it all", to let our hair areas designated as year-round
if the Commission had Pacific permitted to proceed with its Tallahassee, Fl. 32301. down and just plain relax. campsites. Some are primitive
(Nook others
) Norman from a recent completely outfitted
plans it would in effect remove our Sen. Pete Skinner, Senate Office with electricity -
known the reasons behind the hospitalization.It largest natural filter that has been Bldg., Room Sao, Tallahassee Fl. For and I ,running water and bathrooms.
Zoning Board's recommendation millenia in the making and which con- 32301. more more Floridians the
will be in the best interestof place! to do that is at one of the A brand
for denial. tributes in a major way to our water Rep. Frank Williams. House Office )eautiful state forests new overnight facility will
better zoning in Bradford quality. In addition, a swamp has a Bldg., Room 200 Tallahassee Fl. the Department of maintained by be opening' July' I in the Croom tract

Members of the Zoning County if, as expected, the large water holding capacity, thus 3&M1. Consumer Service's Agriculture Division and at Withlacoochee. Called the Hog

Board, on the other hand, ad- "better communications" serving as a buffer storage. Every Remember-we need to show them forestry. There are four of of 's'nd.' campground, the riverside
( them in
area will
milted should have imparted hurricane threatens river communities and our Governor that we care about all, but have 20 campsites equipped
they the larger two
meeting be held Blackwater
can as soon as with electrical
like High Springs with inun these issues affecting us all. Ask for River State Forest and water connec-
this information to the possible. dation. Their experiences of past their support today. and Withlacoochee State near Pensacola tions. The camping fee will be$6 (per
decades would be mild compared to Thel ma Thornton (Mrs. E.E.) Forest near night with an electrical connection,
what would- hanrwn should Ipnroia., Rt. I, Box 599, Starke, Fl. 500,000 Tampa attracted most of the 55 without (the same fee charged at
plus visitors last and all
Pacific transform their-- year state forest .
upstream have campsites where fees
I more facilities for the
11 use of are
swamp into a vast mudhole. required).
MEMEEa5.ADYORD There are some things in nature
I the public's feelings on the matter.A .
coy that are best left alone in their nat ural An unusual feature of
drive the
major petition has been
OalOe state and a swamp is one of them One "We operate the state forests as Withlacoochee Forest is
started those an old
mi trjrap1 must regret that the opportunity for opposed peat multiple-use areas, providing recrea phosphate, mine that has been
G mining or timber cutting operationsin tion
grazing, educational .
oYrJY making a fast buck often
negates the Santa Fe Swamp. In the Starke opportunities restored into a 2600-acre( off-road
C} sense of corporate responsibility for and timber production, but motorcycle area.KLPOA .
.. area petitions are available for signing
ESTABLISHED WT. rn1- the environmental health of the recreation is our No 1 priority," said
region in which the companies at the Bradford County Telegraphand Division of Forestry Director John
101 G.FERGUSON- JOHN M. MILLER,Publlihvn 'operate. Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports. Bethea. "The more urbanized Florida
Readers who believe that lakes DIRECTORS
our becomes, the
Various environmental more important
HMI,****mtl>",......,...J.ft!...*.,,.!.. M1st..fl.! .......Art. . depend Directors
signing these petitions of the
by as soon as Kingsley Lake Pn
..."..._,...M,......_,N'I'y."'M III_.k. upon public support. Preliminary in- possible. perty Owners Association
. e.MIM, ...........110'I'rwrt II.SO M._.... dications are that most local govern- 0.1. Elgerd Whether it's camping, panicking;. 10 a.m. Saturday will meet at
0'.A...."..... May 9, in the CIvic:

4300 ment representatives the hiking, boating,
oppose min 1502 N.W.35th Way swimming, bird- Center All KLPOA
. ing operations, but they need to know Gainesville, Fla. watching or just taking a leisurely vited to attend.Page members are in-

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May T, 1981 TELEGRAPH age5/\

Rebecca Kelly and John Goolsby; Jr. ..k -

\ Married April 24 at Bayless Highway Baptist r'Yhe ffoaat; ffideglaJ

\ i Bayless Highway Baptist Church, 11 loot iCtmdr ..ti96a.
Starke, was the setting for the marriage /I
': of Miss Rebecca _
Lynn Kelly,
11 1 daughter of Vincent Kelly of 30.1, rf/ Tte d r ewJ !
Gainesville and Jane Kelly of Texas,
to John Allen Goolsby, Jr., son fo Mr. 760$ r
and Mrs. John A. Goolsby, Sr.. of rri
Starke. ,. .
Rev. J.C. (Hester of Fernandina -

day Beach, April performed 24, at 8 p.m.the ceremony Fri Lisa Buckels and Ronald Nugent Wed at Air Park Baptist ChurchLisa

The altar was highlighted With two
baskets of white gladiolus and pink Jean Buckels, daughter of Mr. reembroidered cap. She carried a
f and blue carnations against a and Mrs. Charles Buckels of Palatka bouquet of long stemmed red roses
t I background of branched candelabra and Ronald Wayne Nugent, son) of Mr. and baby's breath with greeneryA
and two tree candelabras and and Mrs. Paul Nugent, Sr., of Starke reception was held at the home of
j greenery. There was a unity candle were united in marriage March 26 at Mr. and Mrs. Nugent, Sr., which was
I and candles in the windows. Satin Frl 7:30: p.m. at the Air Park Baptist decorated with rainbow streamers attached .
I bows marked the pews. Church, Starke, with Rev. LeRoy 1h to wedding bells in the party
I' Presenting a program of nuptial Olive performing the nuptials. rooms.
I music were Mrs. LaVon Drivas, Keith Kelly was best man. Guests were greeted at the door by
pianist and Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mrs. Linda Roberts was matron of Mrs. Nugent, Sr. and Mrs. Diane
E soloist. honor She wore a floor length light Tierney.
I Donnie Goolsby, brother of the Y blue gown and carried a bouquet of The bride's table was covered witha
groom was best man. .Ushers were wr" carnations, baby's breath and fern. lace cloth centered with a two-tiered
Bobby Patterson and Lewis Cooper. Candice Roberts was flower girl r wedding cake flanked by silver can
Junior usher was Randy Goolsby, and master Mike Tierney was ring. dIe holders with white candles. Mrs
cousin of the groom. bearer. Michael Tierney cut the cake.
Miss Sherry Kelly attended her .I-\ Given in marriage by Paul C. Mrs. Elaine Collins and Cheryl
sister as maid of honor. She wore a \ Nugent, Sr., father of the bridegroom, Moss presided at the punch bowl
I ;organza gown with matching ,,- \ the bride wore a lovely traditional Assisting were Mrs. Marsha Nugent
I Jacket and wore baby's breath and gown of cluny and Venice lace, accented Miss Denise Griffis, Miss Sheila
daisies in her hair. She carried \ Hartley and Mrs. Linda Roberts.
a >.0 I with seed pearls and a mat-
1 nosegay of white carnations,pink and c }. \ ching fingertip veil. The gown !Mr. and !Mrs. Itonald<< Nugent Following a wedding trip to Disney
blue daisies with pink ribbons. Jennifer : : featured a Queen Ann neckline and World the couple are residing in
I Magayari, cousin of the bride, r if': r long sleeves. A lavishly ruffled train Orlando where the groom is employedin
was junior bridesmaid. She wore a flowed from the waist line. Her waist Bridesmaids Brunch electrical work.Bradford .
white eyelet gown accented with pink 01' 11'i length veil I of illusion was secured to a For Brenda RobertsMiss
ribbon and lace. She wore baby's xx l ,: 'i
breath in her hair. She carried a .' _j. 'J\ Brenda Roberts was complimented PlayersTo
: ;.
miniature nosegay similar to the .- at a bridesmaid brunch
maid of honor's bouquet. fa'o! .'..t... (.' ,," ,',''' Miss Melanie Green Saturday morning at 10( :30 a.m.at the Present
Rhonda Woods, cousin of the bride, .f : f'_ ., .I..;' Luncheon HonoreeMiss Holiday Inn given by Mrs. Jerome "Thais Not My Mother"
was flower girl and dressed similar to '. Johns, Mrs. Ann Godwin, Mrs. Randy
the junior attendant. Jason Hicks, ". ';' Melanie Green, whose mar- Johns and Mrs. Charles Darby. Bradford Players with Richard
cousin of the groom, was ring bearer. f .\ ,J' Mage to( Rex Siemer will be an eventf The dining table was centered withan Jockel, production manager, will pre-
The bride, given in marriage by her > 0 ) Aug. 22, was honored at a luncheon arrangement of silk day hllies in a sent "That's Not My Mother" on May
grandfather, H.B. Kelly of ,.1' Saturday at the Holiday Inn. white ceramic vase. Bridal place 29-30( and June 4.6 at the StarkeWoman's
Gainesville, wore a white bridal satin V ,.., Hostesses were Mrs. Charles Darby, cards marked the seating arrange Club.
gown with lace inserts, high lace '- I Mrs. Levy Canova, Mrs. Brady Col- ment for the 28 guests. Tickets at $8.50 are available from
neckline, lace sleeves that came to .... ..." lins, Mrs. Marie Siemer, Mrs. Maxie The hostesses presented the all members or Pat Spengler.
points at the wrists and full gathered Mr. and Mrs. John A. Goolsby Jr. Carter, Sr., Mrs. Levon Andrews, honoree with a pair of hand made embroidered 964-6046, Betty Warren, 964.7129. Bchly !
skirt. Her beaded Juliet cap with Mrs. Robert Paterson and Mrs. pillow cases with crocheted Young. 964.7525 or Evelyn Hitch.
alecon lace was attached: to a chapel tions, baby's breath pink rosebuds by pink tapers. Mrs. Lfnda Woods and Muriel Gay. trim. 964-5712
length veil of sheer illusion with wide and.pink and white ribbon streamers.The Mrs. Brenda Magayari cut the cake. The U-i>haped tables were covered - -
borders of lace all around the veil. bride presented her grand- The punch table was covered withan with brown linen cloths and held three
She carried a bouquet of white carna- mother a red rose as she entered the Imported lace cloth over blue and arrangements of day lilies in footed r-St. Mark's Pro-School Now Accepting Registrationfor
church and her mother-in-law a red held a crystal punch bowl. Presiding white bowls. Bridal place cards
rose as she departed. at the table were Mrs. Glenn Hicks, marked the seating arrangement for school year 1981-82
Mrs. Robin Gilmore A reception was held in the church aunt of the groom and Ms. Pam the 24 guests. .t
I "
educational ,building. Mrs. O.E. Goolsby, the groom's cousin. Among the guests were Mrs. R.A. ..ce '4'I .'04,
Shower HonoreeMrs. Crosby greeted the guests at the door. Presiding at the gift table was Mrs. Green Jr., Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. I (,ocoo o Fe ..,:.;eti Fe o c t
Frank Goolsby and floor hostesseswere Jones Bowman, mother and 'o .. ;:. So ro y9o4aae
Robin Gilmore was honored at Standing in the receiving line were Myrtle .tic ";.0 ,
Q c;
" a stork f-hower last Friday night at Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Kelly, the bride Joy Joiner, Shellie Goolsby, grandmothers of the honoree and ..Q. oe.4e "toC o' .., .,c. "S '. I II II
Mrs. Charles Colbert and Mrs. M.L. Mrs. Otto Siemer, mother of-the prospective Ae d
the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church and groom and Mr. and Mrs. John o oaceti tiQ tt4oct oPNy o-
given by the ladies of the church in Goolsby, Sr. Conner. groom. q;) ... <. .. ....: t
the!Fellowship Hall. Ms. Dawn Joiner kept thebride'sbook. Following a wedding trip to The hostesses presented the \o o .q .
The refreshment table was Jacksonville Beach the couple is honoree with a piece of her chosen I
decorated with pink and white The hall was decorated with residing on Edwards Road. crystal pattern as a memento of the
The bride attended school in occasion. | 212 N. Church St. 964-8914 ,
streamers. Mrs. Roland Stern poured greenery, spring flowers, lighted
punch at one end of the table and Mrs.'i candles, two baskets of flowers and Gainesville and is employed at Cap -- --- e e e e e a ea ea
' Brian Bishop cut the cake at the other lighted candles in the windows.The tain D's.
Ii end of thetable-'Mrs. Grady Bishop bride's table was covered witha The groom graduated in 1979 from '' YI""w'.n't
wan charge1 the affair" \ white linen cloth and centered witha Bradford High School and is
The'baby gifts were displayed in a three-tiered wedding cake flanked employed by the City of Starke.
'i Port-a-Crib.

I Thirteen guests enjoyed the occa-
sion between the hour of 7:-30 and 8:30 .

p.m. : o tejjI, .rcJ

Becky Kelly ...

Shower HonoreeMiss 964-5051

Becky Kelly, whose marriageto i '<,SS S MOTHER DAY MAY tO
John GoolsbyJr., was an event of Q

last Friday night, was, honored at a I .
bridal shower Tuesday, April 21, \O f
given by Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Mrs. o t f
M.R. Hicks, Mrs. S.R. Hicks, Mrs. \ .
Paul Wheeler and Mrs. Glen Hicks at
the home of the latter of Glenn Reed l

Drive. I ..
I The refreshment tablewas covered '\-.... Things fresh
with a lace cloth over orange linen \ and lovely, t A, b r l, aa
and centered with an arrangement of : :; : light and R
spring flowers. Crystal punch bowls f ; ;] donryloi Y
were placed at each end of the table. ;
Rose bud were to i } delight her,
corsages given I Il
the honoree, the groom's mother, / I 1 \
Mrs. John Goolsby and his grand-
mother, Mrs. S.R.Hicks. Miss Kelly I I I'I ...
was also given a bedspread from her \ \
hostesses as a memento of the occa- :: .J \. \

sion.Mrs.. Mary Kelly of Gainesville, an .. : \ \
aunt was among the 35 guest attending -
between the hours of 7:30-9 p.m. 1 '

Valerie Stewart- /j ": \\ N\ I

Tom Jackson c"i VI -

engagement told : _

John and Ethel Stewart of Raiford a
announce the engagement of their I'i cecc.. r kied
daughter Valerie to Tom Jackson, !
son of William and Margaret
Jackson of Starke. I i, t
Union ,
Valerie graduated from

active County in High Future School Business where Leaders she was of j 1. \ FAIIR6EitraiiaioscL We

America.Tom is a graduate of Bradford jg -, PURSE 8P.COL..4 ss OZ. Love You Mom !

County High:School where he was In- OAtOl00NE,1.a02.-
volved in the Beta Club and Science -nelllU LIGHT
Club. He has been co-managing f PERFUIIESPRAY.4 OZ.
Jackson Building Supply in Lake
Butler for the past several months. i 't -UU 20Z COLOGNIi She's special lady. After all of those years of hard work and .

The. May wedding 17, at will 3 p.m.take at place Faith Baptist Sunday -- : I, ii putting your needs first, isn't it time to give her somethingextra

i Local Church.invitations are not being sent. I special? How about a trip? Or a new TV or stereo -
All attend.friends and relatives are invitedto something she would never buy for herself. Or maybe an

2LI. investment for her future security, such as a CD, or a savings

The William Bakers account in her name., There are so many ways to help that

important Come in and find about
Host Rehearsal Dinner very person out our

Mr and Mrs. William L. Baker investment plans and our loan programs..
gave a dinner party Friday night at %
Western Steer Steak House for their
son, Scott and fiancee Brenda C S COMMUNITY STATE BANK -
Roberts following the couple's wed- --------

ding rehearsal, .
The U-shaped dining table field four REVLON :
silver candelabra. decorated with B S OF STARKE
.JONTU"- ... ...
yellow and white pompoms, fern and Fl oa.fume"7lolo1lne .
yellow candles. The center table heldan r "I I 'lit compact Momlxtr,$/It ox.CH LOBBY HQUaS: 08IYE-IX I HO 1183 's I
arrangement of. spring
with yellow candles. ARLI E.touchtippwfumcMo / Mon. Tue. Thurt. 8 A.M. 2 P.M. Mon. TIM. Wd Thur, \Br4dfor4} Squarei
The young couple presented gifts to *.(pray..01.. 864-7833 I Wed. BAM. TO 12 Noon' I 7 A.M. To 3:30: P.M.
their attendants and members of the COlogne stonier 2%ox. VFriday B A.M. Z P.M. 4. P.M. To 8 P.M. Friday 7 A.M. To 8 P.M.
wedding party during the dinner. VJ'S4'' ..SCOUNDRELeon"coIogne.ay. 'Saturday 9-12 A.M.
The 40 guests Included members of ," .V*o*.
the immediate families, out-of-town I I
guests and wedding party. I

... .. .. . ,, "\'., .. ,." .c'''''' ", -" .. . .
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6A TELEGRAPH May 7, 19111
- --- ---- -- -
.+ -*- 'v C1,. -, p "Margaret's Story" DramaAt Rick Stephens

K.H. Woman's Club Shower Honoree
/ Rick Stephens was honored at
Marion Conner will bring her 'I shower Tuesday night, April L _
dramatization of Eugenia Price's by Mrs. Edna Harrington,
li i t rO. J latest novel "Margaret's Story" to Hazen Mrs. Freeman
t i, dC \ Keystone Heights at the Woman'sI III, Mrs. Norman Redding
Club on Wednesday, May 13, at 2 p.m. ., John Miller at the home of
I Mrs. Conner is well known to .
| Jacksonville residents for bringing arrangements of roses
!r books to life in her unique and popular were used 'in the party
presentations, A graduate of Florida The refreshment table was
p ''I Southern College, she currently heads with a yellow linen cloth and
yt r- r 1 a drama school which tours In the punch bowl filled with ice and
I Northeast Florida area. one end of the table and a y
t I I "Margaret's Story" is'fiction, bas- ;J'.' the shape of a baby carriage
...- ed on true experiences of Margaret end decorated with yellow I i
., I Seton Fleming and the plantation of 1'\\ flowers and leaves. The ,
t I Mib Hibernia on Fleming Island in Clay Im\ft} \ f' bowl was encircled with fern I I
1 ff7 County. After unsuccessful attemptsat :! with roses. I,
; growing oranges and cotton, the I''. ..... game was played during the
K: 7 Fleming family turned their home In- by the 30 guests and the
I to a guest house for winter visitors. awarded to Mrs. Bob DenlseGritfis
Hibernia was spared from destruction La mar Griff
during the Civil War, after which Miss included the honoree's
Margaret Fleming restored it to its John Mrs. ".T. Prevatt,.Jr., her Denise Griffis,
former grandeur and use for guests. Mrs. Foy Stephens of Lamar Criffls
\ The KM Woman's Club offers this To ; grandmother, Mrs. W.H. ,
performance to the community. Rev. grandchild.'i" sister, Mrs. Mike Hartley; To Wed May 23
Reservations may be made by phon- nounce Robin Carr and Mr. and Mrs.Clyde C. Griffis,Jr of
ing Mrs. Roland Riechmann, 473-3101 of Gainesville. Lawtey announce the engagementand
>r Mrs. Malcolm Scott 4732940. daughter, hostesses presented the approaching marriage of their
Cooper to with a corsage fashioned daughter, Denise Rene, to Lamar Edward
Mr. and baby rattle, blue and pink Griffis, son of Geraldine Griffis
I b. 1st Methodist Sets Mr. and q.tips and baby pins. and Ancil Griffis of Starke.
Carnival of Faith Sarasota. Jack and Jill wooden figure The wedding is planned for Satur-
i The day, May 23, at 7:30: p.m. in Pine
May 10 15 at the Valley Congregational Holiness.
A combination of fellowship and Jimmy Davis Church.
educat ion is being combined this yearat Shower Honoree Miss Griffis and Mr. Griffis are 1
a unique Vacation Bible School be- Davis both graduates of Bradford High
Jimmy was given a School. She graduated in 1977 and is
ing held at First United Methodist April 28
Tuesday night, ,
at the Medical
Church May 10 15 titled the Mr. and of Mrs. Leonard Moore at employed Reception
"Carnival of Faith". slumber Center in Lake Butler.
Drive. Co-hostesses
A This week of special growth is not Kingsley Alvarez, Jr., Mrs. Frank were Mr. Griffis graduated in 1974 and is
Dixie in
I\o"'l' "_ _....'. !" limited to children but also has Bill Mrs. Wayne Blankenship, employed at Wlnn
Gainesville.All .
special classes for youth and adults and Brad Whitehead Sr. Mrs. Mark
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Palk.I friends and relatives are invitedto
which include studies on the .
April 30.The Mrs. Rick Crane and Mrs.
"Caribbean" and United Methodism.The attend.
I Barbara Benckowsky and Peter Palko activities begin with an ol' time guests for Thornton. table was covered
Carnival favorite.- hot dog supperon white linen cloth with lace
Garden Jax Sunday evening from 6:15 p.m. to On centered with a blue and
Wed 2- in Wedding in
May 7:00: pm. On the last evening there celebrated flower arrangement. Miss Jean Mundy of Tallahassee
will bea carnival using the knowledgethe burger between the hours 7:30 and will spend Thursday to Sunday with )
Barbara Ann Benckowsky, was secured with a Venice lace and children gathered during the and Mrs. 25 guests. her molher,-Mrs. W.B. Mundy.
of Mr. and Mrs. F. carnation headpiece. She carried a week. Helping
daughter Benckowsky of Hampton Anthony and Peter cascade arrangement of white carna- Each evening the children will be were their ..._ .......- -,.",. _... -.. ........-................._.......
Edward Palko, son of Mr. and Mrs. tions and pink roses.A having a time for study, recreationand Womack,
Bernard E. Palko of Jacksonvillewere reception was also held at the refreshments. A T-shirt will be Stump and e Looking Glass Styling Center;
united in marriage Saturday, home of the groom's parents. The given to each child w ho has perfect at mother, :
May 2, at 5 p.m. at a garden weddingat home was decorated throughout with tendance.The and Mrs. 442-F W. Madison Starke I
the home of the groom's parents in ferns and arrangements of white and church van will be providing
Jacksonville.Rev. pink carnations, pink roses and transportation from in front of Waters Announces An Exclusive !I,
James Starling performed the baby's breath. Grocery in Lawtey at 6:30: p.m. and in Lonnie
ceremony.The Miss Carol Flynn kept the bride's front of Strickland's store at Kingsley Sculptured Nails (Porcelain)
couple repeated their vows book at a table covered with a white Lake at 6:45: p.m. Sunday only the
before an arch covered with linen cloth and held a pink rose in a times will be 5:45: p.m. and 6:00: p.m. Lonnie ; Capping, Fillins, Manicures
greenery, pink roses and white carnations bud vase wedding bells and a feather respectively. For further informationcall birthday !,, Hot Oil Manicures
Placed on each side were 964-6864. This is an opportunity at his
baskets of matching flowers potted pen.The bride's table was covered witha for the entire family to join together. his six Introductory offer thru Mother's Day
flowers and ferns. white cloth and centered with a ding For Appt. Call 964-8547
The groom's sisters, Burinie and three-tiered wedding cake topped one great
Laura Palko sang "We've Only Just with soft pink roses. Miss Carol Flynn
Begun" and Mrs. Elaine Collings cut the cake. Register Family
After the exchange of vows in the Flanking the cake were white candles
double ring ceremony the bride'smother inside hurricane lanterns. Reunion May 17 NOTICE ... ..... .., J. ''' .. ,. "".. .. ".., '" i ii
and mother The table In the garden, was .,,, '''''111.10' 11'11 IIjq. "" ( '. iI .
grooms were punch ; i t. 1
.f The Register. FanulytiAssociation. I .. Ii- '" .. _'._ I". '" \ h.. .,. ,
each given a long nte ined Ink rose---covered( with" a, white cloth and ,Vvill1\ hold its' annual-homecoming at I r,Tf d .stn,> and a kiss. .. _, centered with a crystal punch bowl. the Way fare Baptist churchSundayMay : r ,, ,' "'? 6n n',. Lon., ""w ,
Mr Palko attended his son as best The champagne, table was covered 17, 1981. '
with a white cloth and was centered This is located about 300 yards off of NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR
man.Mrs.. Penny Cook was matron of with a silver champagne fountain and Highway 129, between Stantenvilleand I
honor. She wore a long pink gown with greenery. The buffet table was Stockton, Georgia. ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1981
spaghetti straps and lace jacket. She centered with a large bouquet of long Registration will start at 10:00: a.m. .
carried a bouquet of pink carnations stemmed pink roses and trays held and the meeting will follow at 11:00 REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENTSection
and white baby's breath. delicious finger sandwiches. a.m. (EST) with a picnic at noon. All
Little Miss Lesley Padgett was nice bags were tied with pink silk descendents of Samuel Register, 1786
flower girl and wore a light pink gown ribbons. to 1869 and their invited guests are
with high ruffle collar. She wore white Following a wedding trip to the attend..
cordially 197.013, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A tax
and pink carnations in her hair and beaches, the couple will reside in Bring a basket filled with food if
carried pink rose petals and white Jacksonville.The possible. payer who elects to pay taxes by Installment method thai! make payments based
carnation petals in a lace basket. bride is employed at Mercury upon an estimated tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property *
The bride's nephew Michael Starl- Luggage, and the groom is employedat In the preceding year.
ing, Jr.. served as ring-bearer. Florida Paper Co. both in Jackson-
The bride was given in marriage by ville.
her brother Stanley M. Benckowskyas All the flower arrangements were Pleasant Hope THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS)
her father was ill and unable to at made by the groom's mother, Mrs. Church Sets Gospel
tend. She wore a long white organza Elaine Palko.Outof.town. Sing May 9 First Installment Payment Ono quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4%. Payment
gown, over taffeta accented with seed guests include the N hall be mad. not later than June 30, ".., A taxpayer must moke
pearls at the bodice. The gown had an bride's family, Bonnie and Lesley A Gospel Sing,ill be held Saturday the first Installment' payment In ord. to participate 'In this plan. N
empire waist with pink ribbon, high Padgett, the bride's aunt Francis, night, May 9 at 7:30: ( p.m. at Pleasant a Second Installment Payment One quarter of the)total estimated tones discounted 4Vi*'.. Payment
V-neck, stand-up collar accented with and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Collings.Mr. (Hope Church. hall be made not later than September 30. 1981.
seed pearls and alecon lace, long puff Featured will be "The Frampton O Third Installment. Payment On. quarter of the total estimated taxes plus on.-halt of any adjustment O
lace sleeves decorated with seed t00eA( xr G e JWe Oc Family". Everyone is invited. pursuant to a determination of actual x liability discounted
pearls and chapel length train. She and Mrs. Charles Hideman of The church is located' 3 miles northof : 3%. Payment shall be made not latar than December 31, 111.
wore a pearl necklace and a special Denver Colo. are visiting her Starke on US 301 <(< West of Fourth Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-hall ol any adjustment T
gift, diamond earrings that were brother-in-law and sister. Mr and highway). pursuant to a determination oi actual tax liability. No discount.
given to her by her nephew, who was Mrs. William S. Peters at Kingsley Pastor is Rev. Jimmy L.: Scott. Payment shall be made not later than March 31, 1913.
the ring-bearer. Her waltz length.veil Lake for several weeks. I I
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Page 7 AUCI

Junior-Senior Prom Held April 17 at G'ville Woman's ClubThe Flower Show Opens. Man.... 14

highlight of Bradford High The 21st annual inmate flower showat The show is presented annually) by
School's upper classmen's school Union Correctional Institution will the Ornamental Horticulture Program

year; was the annual Junior Senior open Thursday, May 14, and run of the UCI Education Depart
formal Prom, held Friday night, l through noon Saturday. Theme of the ment. The Ornamental Horticulture
April 17, at the Gainesville Woman's show this" year will be "Hanging Program Is directed by M.B. Jordan

Club from 8 p.m. til 1 a.m. Sponsorsand Baskets. and Stanley Crawford.
hosts of this gala affair were the Show hours ar : 'Thursday, May 14, Hundreds of exhibits will be on
BUS Junior Class and The Class of # 12 noon to 9 p.m. ; Friday, May 15, 9 display in the club house across the
1982 Parent Organization.The a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, May 16, 9 highway from the main entrance toUCI.
a.m. to 12 noon. '. -
students .
were welcomed to the
prom at the entrance to the club +

house, which was outlined with the Did You Know.......::. I
Senior Class Theme: "Always and

Forever". Pastel colors of blue, pink, t Dale Locke and Leanne Brombaughof Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loudon and

yellow and and green were used exclusively a '' Lake Worth spent the weekend with grandson Jay Carter, returned Mon

extensively throughout his aunts, Mrs. Edna Wells and Mrs. day-of last week after (four days in
the building. Fine
narrow plastic Carolyn Redgra ves. Provo, Utah where they attended the
streamers in
pastel colors were 4 graduation their A.G. Loudon
i rJi son, ,
draped the double
ballroom over doorway into Mr. and Mrs. Wit! Mendietta and HI from Brigham Young University.
the which the
through. Just inside the guests passed + 1. ILI children of St. Simons Island spent They were joined by their daughterand
entrance, a the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J.H. family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
circular column of
pastel streamerswas Ij Moncrief.Mr. Barnhart and daughters of Vail, Colo.
floor.suspended from the ceiling to the I IL Loudon received his degree in

and Mrs Stan Reddish of Tam Chemical Engineering and is
The ceiling of the
spectacularly covered grand with t .1 rv i pa will spend Mother's Day weekend employed with Conoco Oil Corp. in
many with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vin Poncha, Okla. where he and his family
hundreds of colored helium
pastel fill-
r cent Lewis of Kingsley Lake and Mr. art residing.
ed balloons.
Suspended at varied
it.. and Mrs. Drew Reddish.
heights throughout the ballroom, just
below the balloons, were large pastel Er Or.r7,000P1am1 To
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryhad
Chaos From For
colored honeycombed tissue balls and i
fans of many sizes and shapes. The A as guests Friday to Wednesday, Mother' Day
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Phebus of HOSIER'S Nursery! Cardan
focal point of the room was a huge
Evansville Ind. Mrs. Ed McPhersonand
C.nt..301 S. Walnut St.
colored bird
pastel cage suspendedover twin of Norfolk Va. .
daughters ..
the of the E
center dance floor
and Mrs. H.L. Tolbert of Lake City.
containing three white doves. ,
Sunday guests also included Mrs.
On each side of the
stage area were H.D. Downing and Mrs. Ivan Niblack Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Manes ol
two large suspended circular columnsof of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bell[ Lakewood, Ohio, were weekend
pastel streamers which hung to the Wellborn and Miss Amy Lobb of guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. HJJS.
dance floor. The
stage was gaily Gainesville.
y decorated in the same motif as the in
iilil -Dr. and Mrs.' H.H. Adams were
ballroom. Atlanta Thursday to Sunday where
Ow.r 3.000 Plants To
The tables for the guests were Chooro From For Dr. Adams attended a meeting of Du-

covered with coverings of light green Moth.,', Day Pont physicians.Mrs. .
and yellow with pink streamers runn
HOSIER'S Nu.. Gordon
ing down the center. Pastel colored .,. ry
.;' C.ntor- S. Walnut St. James Martin and children of
long-stemmed fresh carnations were 446214 Tallahassee spent the weekend with
placed down the length of each table, .. her mother, Mrs. J.H. Dennis.
and each was centered with a single
burning pastel colored candle. Mrs. A.J. Eaves, Mrs. R.S. Mullms.
The refreshment table, placed in Emily Riddle, Lisa Miller, Melanie
Mrs. James Phillips, Mrs. Elizabeth
the alcove at the end of the ballroom, 4a Shaw and Laurie Bohart, roommatesof Walker Mrs. Hobbs
Givens Johnny
Betsy Yawn, all students at FSU ,
was covered with a white army-navy ,
Andrea Eaves attended the
lace cloth, and was centered with an +" r.d were Friday overnight guests of Mrs. Girl Scout COIMOI!
annual Gateway "
Lila Yawn and
attended the
of blossoms. play
arrangement dogwood
Junior al the
meeting at the League
The focal point of this area was the "Pirates of Penzance" in Melrose Riverside House in Jacksonville! lust
large pastel bird cage containing Friday night. Wednesday.
,f three white doves, suspended just
'',,! above the center of the table, and -

matched the bird cage suspended in ,.. r .
';' the center of the grand ballroom. r r

) The outstanding decorated area for Far left, l-r: Lex Green. III,Lisa Gilbert: Tim llolloway. Williams, Gina Lane; Robbie Pierce, Melissa Winkler: 4.
the Prom the club
was large room at nuaryI
Doll Waters; Barry Thomas, Vickie Kim Rieskie Herres
Carver; Terrie Joey : Debra Johns. Mark Cowart:
the far end of the
building, which was
converted into a Garden Gazebo for Mathews Randy Conners: Barry McDuffy. l\IichelleSapp; Marquila McKinney, Frank Swindell; Sheila Wynn, Rip L'. ,- I
Beth Starner Mike Williams Wade Winkler Pratt Claire Norman. f Clearance
; Tammy ; Winkler Clayton
the formal pictures that were taken of
Baldree; Stacy Denmark, Mark Mitchell Bottom l-r Prom Watel'
each coup'e attending. A large white ; Karen Chitty, center, : Servers Mary son, ,
Michael Jordan; Sue Meadows, John Denmark; Chuck Kim Lawson; Khandice Stroud, Kathy Gillingham.
gazebo was constructed for the end of
this room. Fresh green ivy coveredthe Sale
lattice work of the gazebo and was dates placed them on their upper tion to The above named students and the covering for the tables; Benton

interspersed with fresh white daisies, arms. parents who have worked so per Futch of Jones Funeral Home for the :
yellow sunflowers and pink mums. Furnishing live music and sistently over the past two years plan loan of the carpet grass; and to the
Suspended from one side of the specialized lighting for the eveningwas ning this project, a special thanks to few students and parents who were 5 ,. "
gazebo was a white swing, which was the Rambo Street Band of Ocala. the following persons for all their help there lit the wee hours, "taking it all
used by some of the guests for their Approximately 400 students, guests and support during this period of time Sown"!
,. pictures. The ropes of the swing were and dates attended. Each couple was and especially for their help on May 6th 30th
entwined with ivy, and fresh daisies. presented a special printed" satin redsouvenir'"PromBook' Wednesday-Friday of last week, -

'I: Garden palms, ferns, tropical corn "" ** a's'ir a memento '"" -: decorating: Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Par y Pleasant Hop Church
pladts and other exotic tropical plants of the'ocUasio'n.! l rish, Mr. and Mrs. John Riggs, Mrs. I A Pull Qopl Fellowship
were used in and around the gazebo to Assisting in serving and caring for Linda Harrell, Mrs. Alice Faye
The Congregation of Pleasant off
the the Hope 10% 90%
guests were following
create a garden atmosphere. To give Waters, Mrs. Beverly Mathews, Mrs.
the area a finished and completedlook chaperones from the Parent Janie Hayes, Gina Lane, Terri Church invites you to come and be

a small white picket fence was Organization: Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mathews, Renee Shipman, Sherri with us In our Church Services.
placed around the base of the gazebo. Williams, Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Denmark Harrell Jill Hayes, Tabi Folsom, Everyone Welcome. On Selective ItemsAsk
Sophomores chosen by the Junior Bill Meadows and Joan Chitty.Mr. Vicki Carver, Kim Reiske, Debra Sun. School 9:45
and Mrs. Ted Lane, Mr. and Mrs
Johns Doll
Waters Martin Hunter
Class to serve as Prom Servers were
Chandice Stroud, Cathy Gillingham, Wayne Shipman and Mr. and Mrs. and David Howard. Also a very Worship 11:00
Kim Lawson and Mary Watterson. Jesse Moore. BHS teachers attendingwere special thanks to: Dave Pfenniger Sun. Night 7:00
They were attired in formal black Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell and his Vo-Tech Carpentry Class for 3 miles north of Starke on US 301 about credit toward non-sale items

split-tailed coats, white shirts, black and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Alvarez: constructing the Gazebo and Rev. Jimmy L. Scott Pastor
snorts and black stockings. They Acting as Coordinator for the Prom, transporting it to Gainesville; Bill
served refreshments to each table Mrs. Joan Chitty stated that the Meadows of Meadows Tropical Plants ..... -

during the duration of the Prom.A Junior Class officers, Penny Kiggs, for the loan and transportation of his ,' .. .. .
beautiful rendition of the Senior Mel Parrish, Karen Chitty, Stacy plants, and for his volunteer help as -

Class song "Always and Forever"was Denmark and especially! Chuck Dance D.J, during the past year; Bill
sung by Miss Lois Moore, accom Williams, should be applauded for the Wilson of Wilson's Florist for the
panied on the piano by Rennie Lennon many anxious days and nights of donation of fresh flowers for the
working! towards this event. In addi gazebo; the Bradford Telegraph for
during the Prom. At midnight,
two huge bags of multicolored
balloons that were suspended from Watch

the ceiling were split open and drifted your30MONTH
I I, down among the dancers. At this
time, the girls removed their
decorative leg( garters, and their

Did You Know......,....

Mr. and Mrs Gerald Frohbieter of

Haubstadt. Ind. were last Wednesday
overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. RexE.

Anderson, Sr. .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green spent MONEY 1 MARKET CERTIFICATE 1
the weekend in Sanford visiting Mr.

and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe and family.Mr. .

and Mrs. J.D. Warren attendedthe

funeral of his sisler-in-law, 12 %
Kathryn Warren in Montgomery.Ala. --9\eG

on Tuesday. 1 per annum

Ov.r 3.000 PlonH To S500 minimum. Now available fora limited rime.
Cheoi From For

OSIER'S Nor*,.'.ry Day i Gard.ri

C.nt.r-301 141.S.2UKev. Walnut St. 12 8% Effectiveannual

and Mrs. James Starling had yield
as Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Haislop of Jacksonville and Mr. and -
Mrs. 'Jim Massaro and Mrs. Tonie .e


Mrs. A.J. Barry and Mrs. Al K. .
Carlisle attended a needlework show .

in Orlando during the weekend. 15.354% "

Deborah Johns celebrated her 17th .

birthday Friday night when her S peronnum ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bryan I
Treated her to dinner at The Ravines \\\ 510,000 minimum. Available '

CJolf and Country Club in Middleburg. Tuesday. Moy 5 through Monday

e. May 11 Automatically renewed at
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stilley of : '" the rate in effect at maturity .
Jacksonville were Sunday guests! of .
Mr, and Mrs. H.C. Buford. 'V ractlfolr.lulo"on..quor.o febironfial! ,' penalty early. withdrawal" hOmtM t> account imereu it compounded doily on ollOCCOUmIhvWObwvaf.pnME
\t -mcnrh Money MorhetCerfif'COte Compounding' of,ntereV'Ipronbred on 6monthMoney
!Mrs. R.E. Jones and lion Noah eA. MO'fcwi CerT'tieorei .

returned to their home in Toronto,

J.A.visit Canada Scanlan.with on her Wednesday parents;, (after'01. and 10 days Mrs. 3p1,5\\"e fi FORTUNE r D C =lAl -

Judge and Mrs. K.A. Green. Jr. \.. "" Savings and Loan Association .. .... "
and Mrs. ",, ,C''Ie : Formerly Guaranty Federal of Gainesville, ., .
visited her parents. Mr. .. I- ."' ". ,
l.ulher Browning Jacksonville on ", 093 W. Madison Srorfce
Sunday. Joining the family over the t:\

weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Charles )1I 27 friendly offices In Florida

C.xlfroy of Myrtle Beach. S.l' 15 I I.} "

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Lady Tornadoes Take 1st-Ever District Region Softball Titles

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The Lady Tornadoes of Bradford .r. 1 .) j;:JI\1 I
High School made the capturing of the BUS Hosts Sectional Game \' 'It!"""', ); ,I,!1"'. 'p dt''r I

school's first-ever girls softball FridayWHAT 1-. ,,' 111 .... '
District and titles look a '
Regional easy ) "' .'
1&; .
|last week First they waltzed through '="II' .. .. ..., ," i
Softball "WI'
: Section III girls championships .. \
Gainesville High 8-1 and Santa Fe 10.1 ,)i .'K r. .
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to lake the District S-AAA trophy WIIO: Bradford High ((13-6) versus Inverness ((22-3) "'I) .," .. .... ,/

home from Westside Park Ir WHERE: Westside Field. Starke r :' >,

ainesville and before a home crown WHEN: 5:00: p.m. Friday, May 8
Tuesday' the BUS girls shelled Ocala
Vanguard 21.4 for the Region III
crown. Mashell Brown 3-5, Berry 3-4, winning Cuffee unloaded her long drive. a s 4've',,+pe' 1 sF, ,
That's outscoring the oppositiorJ9 pitcher Val Hamm 2.3 with a double The 'Canes lone tally came on a solo c
: -6 thus far in the playoffs. and Doll Waters and Pam Samms M, homer in the fourth Inning, tcL
The wins vaulted the Lady Tornadoes "We just hit the ball today, that'sall The Santa Fe game wasn't much rM.r
now 13-6, into the Sectional there was to it," a smiling Coach different as BHS busted the game '
round, where they'll play hots to Gale Lee said afterwards. "That wide open with nine runs in the middle
rness.Citrus Friday afternoon was our best offensive game of the innings and then tightened the ". ,-- -

May 8, at 5 p.m on Westside Field in year." defensive clamps on the frustrated .. .. .r ,..
Starke II1'ernesshich defeated St. Defensively it wasn't a gem in the Raiders, who finished 138. Again -. --. --- .. .
Cloud :M for the District 6-AAA championship mold of the District games, where Bradford didn't get many hits, 12 as ,
brings an impressive 22.3 BUS made just three errors. Bradford compared to 10 against GHS, but they r i1. T
won-lost mark into Sectionals. Friday committed seven errors and none of made the most of their "hale raps

'>> winner wins a spot in the four- the Knight runs were unearned But, .
loam State Tournament set for next some nrce: plays were made too, including "We looked like a different team" ''','".'''' ..",,,\ -\
Thursday and "'rldayl\lay 14-15, at a an unassisted turn of a double Lee said of her club's Cakewalk to theDistrict's / yf "
ilh" ..
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site not yet announced at presstime play by shortstop Mashelle Brown, royal seat, "We played real { ( .-.j
.. "" .o..
Tuesday's Region championship and a running catch in left-center by good defense and Valery pitched ... ..y.+. "" "
was close for only one inning. After Berry great. Three errors and no walks in u .. "
Sharie Hankerson and Mashell Brown two games.. I can't complain about .
.a .; ... .
scored in the top of the first for BIIS Taking District that. Everybody just played well. We '
the visiting Lady Knights, who didn't hit the ball that well but we hit
Was No ProblemGood
entered the game with a non- when we had to. Like Phyllis' grand
impressive 5-9 record, picked up two pitching and defense sounds slam against GHS. And then in the '' ,
runs on errors to knot the count. BUS like a description of a solid performance finals we came up with two outs and 1It's

seemed much tighter I than in their jolly in baseball not Softball but the bases loaded and got a couple of _u______. _____. ?.. _.
march through the district field but that's just what BHS Coach Gayle Lee hits to score most of our runs."
after pouncing on Vanguard for five got from her girls in the sweep to the a Grand Celebration

runs after two outs in the second the 5-AAA title. Pitcher Valery Hamm Sharie Hankerson was 3-for-3 in the After Lady Tornado Phyllis Cuffee. at I left with hat on. by joyous Janet Williams ((3: > and Miarie Hankerson (Cat
smiles came aplenty made the opponent hit the ball not finals, S-for-6( for the tourney. Janet crunched a grand slam homer( to the Westside Park fence to right) among others
(Queenie Berry, Hankerson, Brown, walking) one batter in the tourney,and Williams and Lorraine Bass both had give BUS a 7-0 lead over GUS she was joined at home plate
and Janet VVillhams stroked consecutive the Lady Tornado defense was more two hits in the finals \/ith Williams
singles before Phyllis Cuffee than up to the task, committing just stroking one double. Lisa Alvarez had
and Vonda Brown drew walks In the three errors in recording the 42 outs it ripped a triple in the semifinal win
second, and Vonda Kay' Hall poked took to sew up the championship. Santa Fe, defending district champ,
another base hit to bring home the Against Gainesville ((12 11) Thurs reached the final by beating Live Oak Jacobs leads Machine to Victoryin
fourth and fifth runs of the rally. BUS day third baseman Phyllis Cuffee 6-5 and then shocking number one
!got four more in the third with batting with the bases full, burned the seed Buchholz 14-4.
Hankerson smacking a triple to bring Hurricane left fielder with a line drive In both games there were defensive
home two runs and Brown and shot that rolled to the fence for a highlights involving pitcher Val
Williams providing\ I singles grand slam Vonda Brown followed Hamm. Against GHS she got her 1st Kiwanis-Machine TourneyWaters
All-told Bradford slapped 24 base that up with a double and scored on an glove on, but couldn't hold a line
hits to Vanguard's four Hankerson, error to put BHS up 7-0 and GHS drive, but shortstop Mashell Brown
who is 9-for-ll\ in the playoffs, was never got back in the game against scooped the ball and gunned the bat
4-for;; with her triple a double, and a Bradford's stingy defense. Sharie ter out at first Against Santa Fe Pulls 1
three.run homer in the seventh. Hankerson, Mashell Brown, and Hamm raced to the fence in foul territory 1I
Williams was 4'for.;5 with a triple Janet Williams were on board when to grab a popup. F 1I

.... .. ... .. ...' '" '- ..i" ..flmrhf, Out 3rd,, 'fac ?'\I" ?,?;< I

Tornadoes Retooling the Offense : Green Machine stumbled twice in i a
a i the Friday-Saturday round-robin, but r'1 1
I in the four-team double-elimination
tourney that decided last weekend'sfirst
As Spring Football Practice Opens annual Machine-Kiwanis Invitational -

it was the host team that cameon >
to win.Behind.
Short on runners/ but deep in the offensive sity of Florida, is being learned. (Billy Belote). We threw the ball 52 potent leadoff hitter Mike
line the Bradford High Tornadoes "We've got no choice," Hurse said limes! in one game. I think Billy threw Jacobs, the tourney's MVP choice, 9
immclliatelyent lo work on Tuesday of the decision to scrap the the ball 200 times and only had one or Machine topped Sherrod Van's of y7I'l 41 rv'a
a new offense as Spring football drills veer and wishbone running attacks two interceptions"
Jacksonville 10-5 for the t title late Sun.
opened under! scorching !sun Friday, used in recent years. "!tight now if The Tornadoes were 7.3 that season day afternnon. Sherrod, a combination -
May\ I I.Bel'n I. Emmett Watkins is the quarterback with Belote amassing 692 yards of the old Joyful Acres and
varsity! and .IV some 45 we have young, 130-150 pound running through the air and 1,066 in total offense. American National Stone ballclubsand
football players started Spring hacks, 'l'hey'II be good football the most impressive team in the -- -----
workouts Friday, with a couple of key players but it's going to take awhile." Whoever the BHS quarterbackturns round-robin with a perfect 5-0 mark, One of 5 I lilt Trots for MVP Jacobs

players still involved with baseball "Right now we're working awfully out to be Hurse has hopes that refused to make things easy for :Machine left fielder :Mike ,lat'ClblIt'n,11I welcomed lo the plate h> Terry Strut .
I Head Co.ich .I\"Id Horse said a top hmlnn throwing the ball and findingout returning offensive linemen Chuck Machine, forcing a second title battle ton and 1 the watchful eye of umpire Jim Stephens after slugging/ / ( one of his flue<<
priorityis retooling I the offense, who fits into the offense," Hurse Williams <'JK;), Bruce Rehberg (eC), by coming from the loser's bracket to home' runs in Muchine-Kluanis: Imitalional. Jacobs took most vnlu.ihle I
where a multiple set, such as Ihe said. "It's like HXiS!! We were Hat out Billy Shannon (1'). Itandy Luke wirl(>'open attack used by the Univer of material but I had a quarterback and Charley; Brown (1i) and JV But in the finale Jacobs put the

graduates will provide protcc lion. ,. finishing touches on a :23: -for-2: (.719) 12.H With Machine! coming into its last ting) to line singles rather Ihan light(

_ 7-Teitin( Laivtey Tournament Scheduled Defensive holdovers include Kenny weekend with a 4-for-4 game and Ken bat Vie !green and )'ellowpIw'I'houh the wind for the rouiultuppers it's
Wright Brown (IDE), Barry Reddish (DE), homers back-to-back in the sixt to and
pnxluciHl six straight singles I to of I them homers, in t'l'u"h inltThnl11psm1's
Seven I'ams111 compete for the title head I'lay picks back up Saturday Mark Crews! ( Ml, Daryl Thornton precarious 7-5 Machine advantage win 1:1.12: before
the first l out was :31.7. Indicative ol the
I in the Dixie Youth morning with Cross City meeting the (monster), .and Brian Thomas
Lawley (1131.; ) to 105. Sherrod went down 1-2-.I: in the nwdc.'rholl1llsnn's. wind and lack ol homers was the "Fact 1
"nml'n's invitational at C'nbbie Fieldin Aero Jets! of Lake City at 8 a.m. and Work on the offense, and defensive seventh and just as in 1979 when .
din the same to that Sherrod's Kendall Drivers won I
I I.a"It'y Friday and SaturdayThe New berry meeting( the winner of Jo'rl.day's schemes continues in the 20 )
practice Machine won the Stale Open title, the :Machine the next tune lour
out. scoring the IIK trophy with seven
tourney opens Friday night( at 8 first game in a 9::.50( game( Satur days allowed in May, The Junior- IdlUindalc Farms sponsored hallclub Sl"'t'nl limes in the sl'\'I.'h low in!16-13; naggers, I
Ihe f L iwtey Slaves playing/ Senior g.imc i is scheduled fur Friday winner Kdward's: Road, I
dayAction was a on Sahn'day'nin, That '
Farmer \'e In the laser's bracket IVaterswent
g. ThnmpSllI' name
s & I Dealers! Bank of I.ake continues all day Saturdaywith night May 22, lit BUS while Bradfordwill Field. I
!! lust 1 in (lie Mine dih.'mhilco; on lo grab a KM lend againstThompson's t
But k'r At 9IU:: the Knwdios and the last game slated for around to Kilatka. for ) I
go a Spring jamboree Machine wasn't the
only Machine, .
relegating to'
second loShcirods and hold on for a CHI! )
[i//lers.. both of Starke head io
go to- !9 !9:8;: ) p.m. Waters of
entry. Bulling in Ihe Red. eliminator, :Meanwhile :Machine

., .....,- .- ---- .-, Slarkc. a team lumped in with the Waters, which had. scored thro/ handed the First Inssolthe! weekend
- - - -- --- --- --- also-null before the tournament iunsinlhelxtloiuil. the sixth tul>eat Sherrod, which is t lierl lor 1 the :3A

began claimed third place.. and Orange yank 11-10 Friday night and league/ lead in .lacksom lieu il h D&I :M
darn near knocked otf Machine Ui then wasted a I six-tun icing( rally In a Having ThoMcnrc, was 104
11-12: thriller and Sherrod C losing 9-3 Hi 14 loss to Thompson's came on to In the Iwtlle for secondalers hail
r und 9-7)) in the process i'la mi second in the Blue division by I the winning run at the plate in I he hot-
L9thuUoDajf'Sunday Shcinxl ((50), Thompson Spoiling( beating favored: \oil lor :Magg; ol loin of t the seventh but Shot-rod's go, !
Goods; (4-1)), Machine CI-2I<: rind Cocoa) tt.4 Salindav 1111<'1'11111)11. That the third out clinch a !J.\\in. Slier
Waters2i: survived the well-liked loss dropped Slotller li> 0-2 and when rod went 1)/110 ,take$( I Ihe I 11-7 I win Fran'
to-lcam round-robin formal Waters outdelensc! ))I''WS1; Satur :Machine before killing) in the I linal
Machine which was surprisedhy> dan \ the local, ilubvas in :Sun 111-;;.
May 10 i Shcmxl 11>-1:1: Fridaynight, came (ktV's diaw. .
back to dust off Carlo! (lfi-1)) and In the double,elnnin.ilion Waters Ken Cailton busied seven honiei
Drews 199)< \ ) of take Sahli'll.ItIIII'nillfi and had in RBI In )lead :Machine in
ALL MOM'S CAN Starke Store ( before surviving City Wilt('I'M!> jumped rod's Sunday out to a but V2 didn't lead IIlainoth'r score :alterthe ; both departments. for the weekend.
Jacobs hit five out and plated 17 HIM.
ONLY Saturday afternoon to sew' up a spot in 'Iliiui inning and lost 93.; On I the
Lee who alsoconsidered
(the double-elimination final four oilier held Machine Shortstop was
FREE gelling fOI'lhe11"t : honor, hit H41
EAT With Hill Ualhff and Itkky Bennetteach cranked up. Doing inhibited all
three hits (lfl-of-28)) with II) Kill and Kay Fleetwood -
skipping Waters led
by swilling winds, often :
op- K92 19-131: with: homers and 8Rltl.
(when accompanied by family) Konnie.. Thomas, was at .I M>7 ((4 61

) in spot duty but the other :Machine

averages/ were below par.
Dennis afordand Richard

From :Mumaww both had Ji: runs halted in
\. with Crawford lagging! four home
7 runs and Terry Stratton! had! ?) UK's
(;? Our and 12 rihhies.1'ileher !. '
Danny :McKinney' and left-
('(er-liclder! Donald Wheeler had

.. I )ig weekends at the plate lo lead
:L ,
&..# ......) ValerH. :McKinney was! HHor-2'!
c ,3.21ilh four extra base hits and
LUNCHEON SPECIAL Wheeler l3-of-2; ) .3l7i; with six hits
ws'I going for at least I two HighholderKicky !

Your Choice Of I yv \J. l baseman' Rt'nnt'ltWllt Dnnnic Wise 1l.2-t-t-tIlhird: ;.1;) i.4K7i' and

J, U"..,.:. catcher I.lnIt"'l'r: 11)2t117") ,
Beef Chicken Pork .' '" I \ S' :McKinncj.heeler.. and Brian Johns

....=--.. ..--.-..-', r= .... "= *I. ...:",.I J home rccl for Waters
; '
i .Trophies? hih" were: bought
Sonny's Barue, .I.."(''. t I thanks to donations by Denmark Furniture .

,J.,1'.... ,!Jill' $210), Western Steer .
,, .. *'. ",- _.-- -- ihuford's; Standard Oil ($::101) and

301 S. Starke McKInney: Provided Big Stick, for "Waters' Brett & Jerry's (two trophies! 4 went
to the top three teams first and second -
Pitcher Danny McKlnnf. Known her handling'a me-hatkcr to the mound individuals{ and Jacobs and
led Waters hitting with a l lfl.fnr,2lI) (l.SWl) "C'f'kC'nd',' Driggers for MVP and HR winners.

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May 7.1981 TELEGRAPH Page9A

Norman Wins District Title for Tornadoes But Forest Ends Streak

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Bradford High's Tornadoes securedthe sweet for Hartley. "Well we split uru Forest which has won 11 of its last With Allen at second and David
: school's second-ever District with Buchholz during the year and all 14 games picked up three insuranceruns Sparks at first and two gone in the
baseball title and rewrote. the record but I don't really think they thoughtwe In the fifth on two walks and two bottom of the eighth CHS pitcher
books in the process but the banner were as good as some other peo hits, one a triple that skipped past David Lee the 'Cane ace who had
year ended Tuesday night, just as it ple. I don't know if they thought we Williams in right. They added another four-hit Buchholz in the semifinalsand
will for all but the four state champions had an easy schedule or what." 8 8r' score in the seventh with Mitch Mills allowed just one Tornado single
on a sour note. Regardless, it was Bradford winn- reaching on an error and scoring on a since coming on to douse out a fifth-
With the BHS baseball sidelines ing the District title, and except for single by Sanders. inning BUS rally, threw two fastball
overflowing with a 400-plus person one bad inning In each ballgame the j "The momentum changed when past Norman to go ahead in the count
crowd the Tornado express, which Tornadoes were the class of the six- they scored the three runs and we 1-2. Going from the stretch again, Lee
had steamrolled over 10 straight opponents team field.TUetiday. never got it back," Hartley said. halted to check Allen at second, and
was derailed 7-2 by Ocala night's Region game was a "When you get In here (the playoffs) then blew another heater past Nor-
Forest fir the Region III title game. different story. Lr- it's all momentum. Ahead 2-0 if you man for what appeared to be strike
The win propelled Forest, which wentto The Tornadoes did look on form can't go ahead and finish peopleoff. three. But home plate umpire John
15.11 with the victory, into the Friday early. Pitcher Scott Allen and BHS .."He left the sentence unfinishedbut Magnusson wheeled his arms and
May 8, Sectional round. They'll got out of a bases-loaded jam right off the message was clear. shouted out "balk! !", waving Allen
host Inverness-Citrus, a 2-1 Regional the bat when a bounce-back went "There's not much I can say, the and Sparks to third and second. Lee's

winner over Kississimee-Osceola. from Allen to catcher Bill Goodge to ,..' ,' """" :Io": kids never quit, they were out there hitch in his motion was what boughtthe
The four Sectional winners qualify for Chuck Johnson at first for an inning- .. -. "" 'f- '" swinging. We only had two or three call.
the state Class AAA tournament the ending double play In the top of the .,";: }" ,. strikeouts (three). We hit the ball and Norman dug back in, saw the
following weekend. first. Kenny Clark, who was for-3 to ; : didn't find the holes they hit the ball fastball again, and punched the ball to
Bradford which had beaten Santa finish the season with a .474 batting iIPt'; ; and found the holes. That's baseball." rightfield out of the reach of diving
Fe 7-4 and then dodged a bullet to average and a 22-game-hitting streak, 8,'" GHS second baseman Ricky Ergle.
edge Gainesville High 6-5 on ClaytonNorman's then rifled a double to rightcenterwith ; ",.".c'.'-' ',:,1-" .'....--"'......;, ., and the Tornadoes were District
game-winning single in the two gone in Bradford's first at District A-OK champs. "It was right down the mid
eighth to take the District title at bat, took third on a balk and scored Clark Swipes at a Base Stealer Thanks to Clayton"I die," Clayton said with a smile. Later
Perry Field in Gainesville .finished the go-ahead run on a throwing erroron Shortstop Kenny Clark shown here putting a tag on a baserunner attemptingto he was to tell his mother Sandra Nor-
the baseball season as the "best" in a Goodge infield single. steal ended up with a .471 batting average and 22-game hitting streak. was just lucky he balked" man: "I felt like Lindsay Scott
Bradford High historjkon at least two Forest went down 1-2-3 in the se- Clark was 1-for-11.636) in the three playoff games and had 24 hits in his last 40 That's about all the conversation beating the Gators"
counts. The 19-7 campaign was the cond and BHS went up 2-0 as Chuck at bats, a .600 pace.01Y1B'i0. Bradford High junior Clayton Nor. "It all evened out... that pickoff
best-ever for BHS based on winning Johnson reached on an error, was man could muster during the Perry move had gotten us a couple of times
percentage and broke by six the bunted over by Allen, moved to third Field party he created with a bottom- earlier" Hartley said of Lee's high-
previous Tornado record for wins in a by a Mark Williams single and then of-the-eighth, two-out, two-strike, kick delay.
season. Only the 1979 club which chased home with a vicious double to single that gave the Tornadoes a 6-5 BUS Was in Control
finished 13-13, went farther in the left by David Sparks. win over Gainesville High and the
playoffs, getting past Regional to Sectional The lead didn t last. In the top of the [ m U$10$ District 5-AAA baseball title last Fri- Against Raiders Also
where it lost to Apopka 40. third Allen walked the leadoff man day night. The semifinal game against! Santa
"Over there against Gainesville it and consecutive singles by Forest's With the score knotted 5-5 and the Fe was Bradford's game to win also,
was our night, tonight it just wasn't," Dee Sanders, Kevin McDonald, and bases full Norman, the number-nine though just as in the finals a bad inn-
a somber but realistic BHS Coach Brian Pesa and a walk to John Hogan 3 Roadrunners2nd hitter in the BUS lineup, a first-year ing made the outcome close.
Mike Hartley said, comparing the made it a 2-2 ballgame. Allen then Starkettes Get starter, and a .196 hitter, punched his BHS jumped all over the Raiders
near-miracle comeback win over hung a curveball that Steve Lossing Good StartThe in Pepsi 10-K game-winning single to right to score for a 6-0 lead after Hire innings and
GHS in the District finals to Tues- punched into centerfield for a 3-2 Race Scott Allen and send the Tornadoes Scott Allen, with his breaking pitches
day's Region game, where BHS led Forest lead. Clark came on to extinguish Starkettes, the Starke Recrea- Age Group running 10-feet off the ground from nosediving away from Raider bats,
2-0 early, then lost the momentum, the rally with two strikeoutsand tion Department's 13-13 year old girls Bradford Middle Schoolers Linda the visitors dugout to the first base surrendered just one hit while slrik
never to recapture it. Asked how he'd a groundout to Richie Fender but softball team, got its season off on the DeWitt, Gene Powell, and Polly Grif- side to mob the player who's first hit ing out nine in the first six frames
remember the season Hartley accentuated as Hartley noted the momentum had right foot last week with a 9-4 win fis were second in their age groups to of the 2-game tournament was the BUS got another insurance tally in
the positive, even with the loss swung the other way. against a Macclenny team in Mac- lead seven Roadrunner Club par- title-winner. The BHS fans, who the seventh as Clark, who was 4-for-4.
just minutes old and teary-eyed The Tornadoes never again scored clenny. ,!! ticipants in the April 11 Pepsi Coach Mike Hartley moments later laced a single to center and came
players nearby. though they had their chances: Clark Defense was solid for the Starkettes Challenge 10,000 meter road race thanked with "Ya'll had about as around when Santa Fe threw the ball
"I'll remember the Keystone game singled and took second with one out as they allowed just seven hits hosted by the Florida Track Club in much to do with our winning as we away twice on a pickoff) attempt.In .
that broke the record for most in the third; Mark Williams strokedhis and made just three errors behind Gainesville. did," followed shortly and the losing the bottom of the seventh BIIS
wins.! .." he started, pausing as second single with one out in the winning pitcher Kim Brown. DeWitt 97th overall in a field of Hurricanes trodded off to make way suddenly fell apart starting with
thought of the season's highlights. fourth; Scott Hudson walked, stole second Melanie Wood led the local squad al some 300 runners traveled the hilly for the celebration. Norman was Johnson throwing behind Allen on a
"..the 10-game winning streak... win and took third on a groundoutwith the plate with two hits in four at bats course in 45 minutes, 18 seconds for lifted high in the air BHS P.A. an- grounder to the right side. Scott proceeded
ning 19 games... winning district... two outs in the fifth and David and two runs scored. Maria Thomas second in the girls 13-to-17 class while nouncer James Fender was hugged to walk a batter, hit one, wild
and winning it in Gainesville." Winning Sparks and Hudson were at second and Stacey Reddish came off the Powell, 145th overall, was the 2nd boy flat by the team and Hartley too was pitch a run home and then walk two
the Gainesville area District for and first in the bottom of the last. All bench to go 1-for-l and Elizabeth Stitt 12-and-under to come across hoisted up with championship trophyin more to force in a second Raider run.
the first time seemed especially were left stranded. and Brown were both l-for-2. finishing in 50:28, and Griffis, 183rd hand. Clark was called in from short to
The Starkettes are coached by BHS overall was 2nd in the 12-and-under Lost in the celebration was the fact pitch and was greeted with a sacrifice
high school softball coach Gail Lee. girls group with a 57:54 time. that the Tornadoes had blown a 4-1 iineout to left that made it 73.
George Crews was the first lead in the sixth after seemingly having Another walk refilled the bags and a
BMS GymnasticsIs Roadrunner across, hitting the finish the title under lock and key. But walk to Tracy Ilamm closed the gal
P.M. line at the 42:40: mark to place 66th still fresh in Norman's mind was the to 7-4 for Santa Fe. But Kenny snuck
Tuesday overall and third in the boys 13-17 age balk that made his game-winner low fastballs bv the next two
Machine Notes e + Buddy Though the Bradford Middle School division. Also, Carrie Coburn was possible. batters in escape with the save.
gymnastics club local students have fourth in the girls 12-and-under group
Collings the chance to mimic the Nadia Com- with a 54:04: time, Henry Cooper was
Hartley Honored aneci's they see on television. Tuesday 150th in 52:27, and Richard O'Steenwas Doesn't Hinder
night, May 12, those students number 179 in 56:21. Handicap
along with a group from the Florida On Easter weekend Linda and her
,4 Gymnastic Center of Gainesville, will brother Kenny DeWitt travled to
l be showing what they've learned in Daytona Beach fo the annual Easter
the way of floor exercises, vaulting Beach Run a four mile trek down Her Speedy Swimming
Sports Editor and techniques on the balance beam Daytona's beaches, and both placedin
and horse in the 14-and-under divisions. Linda
pommel a performancefor
I -......., ;.t.,... -.-..... '''. .--.-_!!...-.'!' ,,- the public'-al'the BMS g The; was 4th in the girls with a 29:22 time Sandra Louise Chilly, \8- ear-old 9 9r 9rn
'4'.i..W Mi wriw'c' a-ioM-' ,.- .. -.Fm..en. .. .. ai' p.mVr'i' TTiiV? the sixth in 26:24.
;....; .. show starts ind Kenny was boy : of !Mrs. Joan T. Chitty and
-S 1'" -k4 k1 "bC..d'C. : IMWU1i1 e-. The BMS club is under the supervision Roadrunner Coach George Loper the late Randal F. Chitty, of Starke.
tiwaDis.'sof, ball invttatfoA&Pinext'year tourney coordinator of Mrs. Annie Williams, a said his Club members are now was recently awarded Fourth Placein
Eddie Douglas back' to work at hisiMonday-to-Frday! desk physical education instructor at the geared down for the track & field the National Swimming Meet for r

after just a few hours rest from his marathon weekend babysit- school. Gymnastics is offered after season with the Bradford Middle blind students attending the Nation's aSandra
regular school hours Tuesday) and School Intramural meet coming up Blind Schools The Swim meet was
ting the first edition, answered quickly: "We plan on it:
Thursday afternoons from 2:30: to 3:15: Monday morning. May 11, and the held March 12H. in Louisville. Ken-
Douglas admitted that many phases of the Kiwanis Club'sCirst.time p.m. The students from the Gym- Sunshine State Games tryout series to
ventute into big-time softball didn't run as smoothlyas nastic Center (ages preschool to follow in the summer. Sandra is legally blind during the
he would have liked and the money made wasn't what was adult) are under the direction of Mrs. day and totally blind in a dim area

hoped for. But at the end of the tunnel he sees the event nur- Cindy Malinchak. T-Ball. Smallfry after dusk and at night. She has

turing into a major stop on the men's softball tour that Starkecan cents Admission for students is $1 with for adults preschoolers and 50 Signups go to May 15 "Hetinilis congenital impairment Pigmentosa"and which is a slow is a

be proud of."Everybody admitted free. All proceeds will go 'Registration for the Starke Recrea- deterioration of the eye's retina (lens
really liked the format of a round-robin going toa towards the Middle School physical tion Department's T-Ball and on the back inside of the eyeball) It
double-elimination" the former Machine player noted. "I education program.Whitewater. Smallfry softball is underway leads to total blindness and there is no

think we can keep the format invite the top three or four through May 15 at the Pratt St. Rec. known cure."Sandy" .
center from 3-5 p.m. or the Old Armory (Las she is called at school))
teams from this year back, and six or seven more teams like Rafting office from 8:30( a.m. to 5:30 has attended the Florida Deaf and

Jerry's (a world power from Miami) and have a great thing going Trip Offered Blind School in St. Augustine since C'liitty

." By Starke Rec. p.m.TBall is for boys and girls age 1974, and is in her third year as a Coach ill Ihe Stuguo.tinl' School
Earlier planning will greatly help future editions of the four (by June 8)) to six who have not member of the school's varsity swim Milled: "Sandy is an ollt!>tandll1lot,
Machine-Kiwanis event Douglas said. That should strengthen Ever watched rafters paddle their finished first grade or played T-Ball ming team. The team has par dependable ind consistent hard

the. field, with the tourney strategically placed on a weekend way down Whitewater rapids and before. ticipated in the National Swim !Meetin worker whose dedication and per
wish you were there? Smallfry softball is for those aged Kentucky far the past three yeal's.but siMance .
ilong( hours of
with no, or little competing tourneys elswhere. A stronger The Starke Recreation Departmentis six to eight who have finished first this was Sandra's first year worthwhile. she did praclnet'tproved herself

field means more spectators Douglas added and might allow offering local people that chance as grade or have played T-Ball before. qualify For national competition on an and the Florida 1) & I It. School ex
the Kiwanis to charge an admission fee to pump up the they plan to combine with the Mac- Children can't be nine before June 8. individual basis.F'luricla's tremcly proud. She i is, always" uillmn(
clenny Rec. Dept. to go on an over Junior softball is for boys and girls Swimming Team from tit put out that ','xII'a'l'II ui'l to continually
night rafting trip on the Chattooga aged 9-12 (age determining date June St. school placed second
the Augustine
fee for 15 this time ($80)) improve( her 1l'l'llIIilll\'S| and
"We had the set teams ,
entry River the location where the movie'Deliverance" 8)). In the nation, overall, with only timing."
Douglas explained. "If we go with the round-robin we'll up was filmed. The trip is All players must have a glove and \11 members on the team. Wisconsin I During>( I the school term, the team
that, maybe to $120." offered by Southeastern Expeditions either rubber cleats or sneakers. with 49 swimmers, won First Place works out in llu school' oKmpic MI
If the Edwards Road facilities are improved as planned by which will supply guides and equip- Registration cost is $4,25 to cover the mId Indiana came in third. in the national ml healed pool a minimum ol :2'!'
ment for the of and T-shirt for each
and the Kiwanis Club's coordination trip. cost a cap ranking.Four hours each afternoon. During Ihesummer
the Starke Rec. Department /:
Plans are to leave Sat ur Jay.August player which will be theirs to keep I of the best swimmers of each
vacation months. Sandrakeeps
of the tourney improves, which it should with experience 1, go down the river Sunday and Monday after the season. school comprised the relay teams of in
practice I byIIIking out each
Douglas may indeed have himself a softball baby as attractiveas ,and return to Starke early Tuesday "Clinics will be held from: :15 to4:30:: which Sandra. is also" a immUr.Florida's day ill the Starkv Cllunh''l'luh pool i I m
The b l cull in the afternoons the dates follow-
any.. morning August on relay UMIH cone in 2nd I the UitiMirtcrnoon and I curly evenings
which will be made up of eight ing: May 18 & 20 for Junior Softball: Place in the :200! meter l11l'dll'f'l'h\, Due I to the much smaller site ol the
people from Slarke and seven from May 19 &: 21 for Smallfry;; and l\Iay26. Lund! :3rd place in the 4 Klacclenny, will start out Sundry 27, and 28 for T-Ballors. Games start .
Bradford High School's hard working baseball coach Mike August 2, at 8:30: a.m..1I1 sect inn III.a June and run through t the summer in relay.Approximately forty swimmers "U'g.routines>( arm! each and day.hack. strengthen!:

Hartley just ending the school's best-ever baseball season, less demanding experience that offers the morning. from over the 11.ltiunllualiflcd to participate Although Sandra's first, love right

picked up a well deserved honor last week when he was chosenby panoramic mountain landscapes! in the :National Swim :Meet.Sandra's now is swimming, shesays) she is \\ ill-
coaches in a seven-county northeast Florida area as District 12 rapids iind. a class IV waterfall Spears WinsAnother fourth place award was for ing to give it ill up alter Ihis season.
Dull Sluice which may be navigatedor ( her in the 2tx) :Meter
.I Coach of the Year. Race participation as her main desire and goal is to
walked. That night will be campedin Free Style Race She was awarded from school 'haekItiinw"
graduate high
The selection in District 4. which most of northeast the wilderness On CircuitBud
encompasses 'sclling along the Drag I Into 1I1'dalliuns. a red and gold I'i- Plans are now liemj} made lor
I Florida excludingJacksonville river. Spears of Starke won the Super Ixm. and a gold trophy for her her to liiiish school ;and graduate ;it
and includes all Section IV. u seven mile retch,of .Stock division of a Winston World iiccomplihhim-nls at nationals. Bradford Ilinh S'h'MIIilh her sister.

schools regardless of size putsHartley's river with greater rapid clifllcullyI .Points Meet in Bradenton last Coach Debbie l Ulcrv.: Swimming ot Kami and Hie I ('kiss. ol' 19x2.I' :!.
( about 30 rapids.; will fie, challoiiKcdI (
name in the hat for the I he second day. It also includes a' \.llk' weekend. =.-
Driving a C-Automatic 65 1'L -=- -"ilJr
head coaching spot for the Northin beneath waterfalls and sunbathing nil ;
and Bar-
owned by Skeeter
4 North-South riverside ulders. The ends ,/Plymouth
the annual high trip with bara Hernandez and prepared by
all star baseball set a l"i mile puddle across fake,
school game Barnett t Race Cars Spears drove to a I I II
for the May 23 in West PalmBeach's Tuguloo. scheduled to he fifmhofaround :win over Sonny Ray in Sunday's
4m:: p.m. Monday. August, 3,
finals. lie hundrcth off
was just one
Municipal Stadium. 10 The cost! ol the trip is $IJ7.: l Provide

coaches in the North were pick is t two lunches,a steak or I rout linnet his dial-in while with Hay a tU.2Slime dialed in on 10.33:a 10.25dialin and pf[ I 1// I I / I / I I II I

ed as District Coaches of the hot breakfast and all camping KIMI-' ran 1036. Spears crossed in 110.70:
Year with one being selected to except sleeping hag ot and pad a room miles hour after the quartermilerun. '
at the Commodore Inn .lturclL\" per lllf&i I I I I I II
lead the North in the all star night and and friirh .
transportation to /
Ballots which went to all There were 25; cars in the Super
Mike Hartley game. the rafting. Stock class. I I :|
baseball coaches in Florida, are due back in by May 13. Those making the trip willl1l'l'cll'x k

Hartley guided Bradford to a 19.7 record to break the school tra money for food Saturday and.,,.l<> : dtiLongchamp
and tie the win streak buy anything else clcsircdv such ail -1 neC. Still
r records for wins winning percentage photographs taking on the nipiils)'." Dept.
mark ((10)) the Southeastern staff. .: Needs Scorekeepers 1I
The District 4 coaches also selected a senior player of the Persons interested In nltcndi'njt' ?,
Scorebook for in
year to represent the district at the all star game and gave the must b bo at least 12 years old with a i Starke's adult keepers softball and games youth

honor to Palatka's ,Morgan'' I>>Parkinson who has been hitting parent or responsible adult if under baseball league games arc Mill in de- I I Homes I
Hi' and be able to swim To sign up for
mark all long. Bypassed mand.Jf .
around the .400 season the trip cull the Rev Department al ( '
Kenny Clark who led BHS with a .474 average and U6-1-679'l. $65 is due on June with the The Slarke Rec. Department is urg-
catcher-pitcher Bill Goodge who led the Tornadoes in run production remaining $72 due July I. There will ing anyone who knows how to Keep J a I' I.
score-book, or is interested In learning
and threw no-hitters his last two times on the mound. be no refunds on I he payment Thosi-' how.. to contact them at 964-<<7 2.corckeepers .

The coaches (or ,both, the North and South All Star teams changing have their mind after paying will $ earn S3: per ballgame.
will be able to select two players to round out an 18-man all place on to the trip.xomei: ">ue. )niakyltheir, i yhith are played on weeknights.

star team and Hartley'' hinted that if he's lucky enough be ,'. I

chosen as coach' thenClark" and Goodge would be members of 1' *c'. "" .-:10"'w ,
his team.

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rage lOA TELEGRAPII May 1. 1981


5 from BBS QualifyFor t 9r- It I i Hayes Opens 3' Game Lend as Stars Top WildcatsHayes

Ii Builders & Electric slippedby 13-11 for their first league win
State Olin's Mobile Homes to open its Men's Open Wayne Teston and Mike Brown both
AAA TrackLast league lead up to three games and the had two hits and Marvin Norman wa*

Starke Stars moved into a tie for se- Softball 1-1 for the winners. .
week's Region II track field Hawkins gunned BHS into the mile cond with a win over Lawtey's Joe Bolante was 3-4 and Ralph
meet at Dade City Pasco didn't go relay lead with a 58,5 first leg. Wildcats Tuesday night. Gilpin Larry Green and Don Evans
just right for the Bradford High Smith tied her school record of 59.3 3-5 for Olin's.Hayes .
School track teams .- but four girls but was third in the open 440 with Kelly : May 4 Hayes 6 Oliii's 2Uncharacteriscally
and one boy from BHS have a chanceto Hackler of Eustis an easy winner in Stars 13 Lawtey 5 Hayes didn't 26 Stars 0
wipe out the bad memories with 57.4. Cleanup hitter Tom Paladino was have any extra base hits but with Gene Tanner cracked two out of
good showings at the class AAA state 3-for-5 with three extra base hits and Gene Tanner going 3-for-3 and David Westside Field and Chub Johnson,
track meet to be held in Winter Park Hawkins easily won her heats in the ,, Y Craig Sapp was 3.5 with an inside-the- Gaines 2-3 and the defense limiting Jim Lewis, Steve Cubbedgf. and
this Friday, May 8. 100 and 220 with 11.5 and 25.6 clock park home run to lead the Stars past Olin's to six hits the leagueleadersgot David Thigpen also had homers to
ings but slowed to 26.2 in the 220 finals the Wildcats. by. lead Hayes! Builders Electric.

The five BHS qualifiers to the for second and was third in the 100 Lloyd Gilpin doubled and Boyd David Gaines was 5-for-5 and Tanner
meeting of the best AAA performersin with another 11.5. 1 John Riggs was 2-3 with a double Roberts was 2-for-3 for the losers Johnson!: Thigpen and Ronnie
Florida are: freshman sprinter .lI and Junior Schoening doubled for the Kilby had three hits for Hayes

Pam Hawkins who will run the 100 Marks a senior who competed in 4+ winners. April 2 JIawtcy
and 220 quarter-miler Louette Smith four events!: long jumped 21-4 for second + For Lawtey Mike Gaskins Wayne 13Olin's II .Mndlngl throw(h Tu., W L

long jumper Steve Marks and the place and his first ticket to the Teston, and Frank Wood were all 2-3 Mike Gaskins was 3-for-5 with a Moyoi I..,. 9 I0 1Ollii
girls mile relay unit of Hawkins state meet Marks was sixth in the 100 and Fred Crews, Gary Wheeler and double and three 'runs as Lawtey's 'i 19I
Smith, Shiela Searcy, and Kim and 220 with 10,2 and 23.2 clockings.!: 9F John Norman 1-1, Wildcats edged Olin's Mobile Homes L._, I *
Slocum. Only the top four from Region go to ,

Actually it looks as though BHS will According to Bill Buchhalter track 4. ., r Dominos 5-0; Dazzlers & and Slaves TiedThe

be without Searcy who ran a 62 second expert with the Orlando Sentinal Star,
third leg as the Lady Tornadoes Hawkins and Marks rate "10th to
chased Ocala Vanguard ((4:03: ,3) to a 12th" coming into the state meet bas- first-place Domino's picked upa Morrissey had singles in a five rim
new BHS school record 4:07.9 for second ed on their qualifying times while the two-game cushion on the rest of the Women's Open fifth inning that snapped a 3-3 tie
place at Region. Searcy a girls relay foursome is in the top 10 'Tk league Tuesday night as the Dazzlers The Rowdies were held to three
sophomore was sick at the meet purposely and Smith's 440 was the fifth fastest ;; edged Lawtey's Slaves 14.10 to tie for SoftballSlaves base bits.Dominos.
false-starting out of the 440, qualifier, meaning she should have second place.
and was in the hospital with kidney the benefit of the fast heat. Stretching Out Both the Dazzlers and Slaves are 13 Saints 1

problems early this week and almost "They'll have a rest at state and are For State now 3.2 while the Dominos, who ripped 34 Alligator Creek 2 New team member Gayle Lee went
surely lost for the state meet. Yvonne capable of 4:04: Revels said of the BUS senior Steve Marks qualified Alligator Creek 23-0 in five Innings Libby Hudgins went a perfect 4-for-4 with a homer and double I to
Sanders or Michelle Stilwell will' likely mile relay unit. Vanguard's 4:03.3: for Friday's state track meet with a are 50. 6-for-6 and scored six times from her lead the injury-stricken Dominos! to
take Searcy's slot on the relay.Olympians was the fastest qualifier to !state: 21-4 lung jump effort at Region. No details were available on Tues- leadoff slot in the Lawtey Slaves' easy their fourth straight league win.
day night's ballgames at pres!: time. Marian Walmsley!: Gloria Sapp, mid
win.Daune Overman and Marilyn Lee Sheryl Jackson added 2-3 nights and
April 30Uault"Ii and Richards 3-5 for Debra Gilpin doubled.
4-6 Kelly
I Wendy's Tied for 1st ors Close RaceThe 13 Rowdies :3 were the winners with Overman and Melanie Evans tripled for the
Cheryl Horn and P. Hannah were Richards both bashing two extra base Saints.
both 2-for-3 with and Luanna .
triples hits. ttondlngi through Tw* W L
Mundorff and Sylvia Jenkins were 2-4 Bomliwi' 10
knocked off Wen Brown, and Doug Samons all doubledfor .
Olympians!: 1\II..1I21! Doulor 3 2
with doubles as the Dazzlers evened
10-5 Westside Dixie BoysBaseball the Merchants. lojwtcy SI... 3
dy's Monday night at to their mark at 22. Slaves 8 Rowdies 3 2towrdit
lock up the close Dixie Boys race witha Libby Hudgins went 4-for-4 and 2 2
Geneva Hodges was 1-1 for the lolnM I 3Alllgutor
tie for first. April 3D Rowdies. Marilyn Lee Toni Cook and Peggy C.*..k 0 4
Both the Olympians and Wendy'swere liiipian 16 Civitans 3
3-2 after Monday while the Merchants John David Francis allowed just!:
were half a step back at 22. David Bass 2-3 Robert Boone doubled three singles!: while striking out eightin
In a story last week Mike Chappellwas and Jason Bennett was 1-2 for the four innings and Barry Warren Sunshine State Games Slate AnnouncedThe
given credit for a one-hitter with winners.. Gerald Brown had all three went 3-for-3 with a triple and double to

15 strikeouts for the Olympians hits for Wendy's. spark the Olympians last Thursday. Governor's!: Council on Physical track & field, weightlifting, and are eligible for the Games if they
against Wendy's In actuality Chap-- Francis was 2-3 with a triple and Fitness and Sports has announced the wrestling.The meet requirements of the spoil they
pell split up the game with Barry May"Wendy's double at the plate while Rob Spitzewas !schedule: for the 1981 Sunshine State games will be held in July, want to compete in. There is no entry
Warren, with Chappell striking out Merchants: 7 also 2-3; Mike Chappell and Games the second edition ofFlorida's May and August with most of the fee except for racquetball ($15 for one
eight and allowing the lone hit while Carlton Johnson and Wayne Brown Jason Bennett were 2-4 with doubles
; "state Olympics". finals falling between July 18 and event, $25 for two).
Warren fanned seven and gave no both went 3-for-4 with home runs and Keith Kehoe was 2-4. and Robbie
up August 2 in the Gainesville area. The 10 of the sports!: including boxing,
Owen Southerland 3-4 with three
hits. The Telegraph regrets the error. was Boone doubled. Competition will be held in the opening ceremony is set for July 24 at wrestling tennis, and track & field
base hits Monday
extra to spark Wendy's -
: Len Eaves and
1-1 Irons
was Marty
following individual sports: archery, the O'Connell Center at UF. have preliminary competitions to
May Lamar Crews was 2.3 and Doyle and Aaron Mathews!: 1-2 for the losers.!: boxing canoeing and Kayaking cycling One site for a sport is Camp Blan- qualify individuals to the Games
Olympians 10 Wendy's 5 diving equestrian, fencing gym- ding where the high power rifle finals Information on the district
1-1 both
Boatwright scoring 3 times! ,
Barry Warren tossed a three-hitter : Standings through Mon. W-L
and Clint Jenkins! was 1-2 for the win- nastics, judo, racquetball, roller shooting will be held. competitions and on other matters
striking out eight and John David : Olympians!: 32Wendy's have liv- with the Games! is available
ners. skating, rowing, shooting, swimming, All Florida residents who dealing :
lead Francis the went Olympians 3-for-4 past with Wendy's.Mike a double, to Dan Duffy was 2-for-3 Ron Willis Merchants/!:BCH 2-2 3-2 synchronized swimming tennis, ed within the state for at least 30 days at the Bradford County TelegraphOruro

Chappell was 2-4 with a triple. 2.4 with a double and J. Hayes Brad Civitans 1-3 LI"fi't"

I Kingsley Lake Nips 1st Methodist 109Kingsley e

Lake nipped 1st Methodist Richard Slade tripled and itcor*<|
10-9 in a battle of unbeatens to take Men's Church three runs for Calvary.
sole possession of first in the 10-team ApiilllO

men's church league. Softballlead Khlg ll')' 10 1st Methodist! It
Kingsley is 4-0 while Methodist Coolidge Gassett ripped a two run
Church of God, and Hope still have homer his second of the night in the
but one loss!: !: apiece.. Kingsley and sixth inning to provide the differencein
Church of God meet Friday night, Pine Level to victory Tuesday.lee this battle for first place.
May 8, at 8:45: at Westside!: Field. Casey and Shane Thornton were Methodist led 9.8 before Gassett
both 3-5 and Robert Bowen 2.3 for the homered with Curtis Crawford
May :5 winners.. aboard to make it 10-9 Kingsley Lake
hope 17 Jr. Stars IK Buddy Paterson went 4-4 and and Methodist went down quietly in ;; Maker
Hope Baptist tallied five runs!: in the Holtzendorf 2-2 for the losers.!: the top half of the seventh. IvL-p H
bottom of the seventh Jr.
to nip the Crawford and Leroy Ennis!: were '
Stars Tuesday May 4 2-for-3 for the winners while
Gerard Hammond was 3-for-5 witha 1st Methodist! l.tItiookrr: 10 Methodist had Jay Eaves!: go 3-4 with a
double, Adams 2-2 Martin Horsey Pat Mundorff and Erie doubled
Biggs!: double and Erie Biggs go 2-3 and &
2-3 and Pat Murphy Steve Henkle, as 1st Methodist took a close game reach base four times.

Richard Denmark doubled for Hope.Bo from Brooker Baptist Monday night. SKndlngi through Tu.. W.I
Wheeler tripled and doubled, Richard Crosby was 3-4 and Hugh .,......y L.h. 40
Jimmy Schoening doubled twice Crosby 2.3 for the losers. UtMtthodUt 9..I
Randy Alvarez was 2-3, and Robert Hop.loptl.l 3.IChurch I "WHATEVER YESTERDAY WAS LIKE,
McGee doubled for the Junior Stars.!: Killg It"y l.:> ('ah al'> H rin.lo.el.l Cod lopllll' I,ICol WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY."
Roger Bennett and Terry Hardee .o>y 2.2 \
Pine Level 17 I':Kpis./l'u-s.. unloaded triples and Curtis Crawford Modiiontt. Baptist I trealtor
Lloyd Allen was!: for-5 with a dou- smacked a double in Kingsley Lake foptlit' I.I.''
ble and Alvarez 2-2 with a home run to Baptist's win over Calvary Monday Junior Iplicopol/Proib Ston 0.4

. Blue wins 3 Straight] To Join in Chase .. ...
Dodgers I l' : > '1';...,., .:t' '-, ., .', -'. "."'. ....,
Laley Blue, winless as of last April 2.Mcts II-. .'........'Itr .,.............-"' .., '4& .: ...... ...
.;.. ..r "ps' ti: ..'
.....: _,kR YKwtk
Monday, won three straight last weekto Dixie Major II I.awey Gold 2 . move into a tie for second with the Steve Jones tossed a no-hitter ,.. .., .. ..,... .'_-'.,.''.'f., t ..:.;..;:..". .Ji-.,
... "
.. .
... ... .. !
... 9 4! .
Dodgers just one-half game back of BaseballAllen striking out 15, and went for-3 at the .to ,, .:i- ;.: : ,: -.". .
i/:1O: ... ... '" .... .. .
the league-leading Mets. '< .I
plate to spark the Mels over Law ley ::: '"' ... ...',"
The Mets won their third in four Gold A'o; .- .....a .". \s... ---- "... 1)( '-'"
_1. .1o
games as Steve Jones of the Mets no- Wood and Samuels had !singles.: Dude Paladino was 2-2 with a triple ; \... .... -i, !.I:;';:: ._t;:,.....,. "'" ,::-.-,:..",
hit Law'Icy Gold last Wednesday and Hal Wood was 2.4 for the winners '. .. "-'! '; t '
: .
-\ ; -"-: ; .; -;;,;;, '_....-1 ., .r1- ;i.. ,
striking out 15 of a possible 18. :May I who also got a hit from Brian Davis.!: .'''' 'Y: "

The Giants, league-leaders, last! 1 DiMlgcrs. :21 Giants tt l AS SEEN ON THE Yr 0'
week, took two losses. I.. TODAV SHOW /' 1i' IM+ 'N
Stacey Bowen, Jimmy Wilson, and Htm10 Giants > AND THE 'TONIGHTSHOW / V
Brad Green all slapped two hits to Robert Starling struck out 10 Giant "AND IN / 1/ YL) Yp.'t I ;, '
May 4 lead the Dodgers past the Giants. batters and went for-4 with a doubleat "WOMANSDAY'V.. rj -PP" ,
lit'm fs 9>I. IJIHllttj':1 Bowen, Wilson, and Dewey the plate to lead Lawtey Blue to a M"G.Z'NEl ) drr ,
David Williams smacked a home Williams had doubles while Kevin win.
run. Dale Brown was 3-for-3 with a tri Blankcnship and Jimmy Uurclmk ad- Timn1Seel('>' was 2.3 with a double r. ? E ,
ple and winning pitcher Wesley ded hits for the w inners. and Mike> Kourkc 2-4 I with a double for y
Johnson doubled as the Braves lopped Gary Wise doubled for the Giants Blue and S. Anders added a fourth
the Dodgers Monday and Glen Barnes and Ike Pernell add- two-bagger.Richie .
Brad Green doubled for the losers, ed hits Barnes and Edward Hudson Nss s n ti I r
who got singles from Brown, Hubert were 2-.J: lor the losers with Barnes

Boone and Jimmy Wilson. Lawtey milt, II Hi.axes Jeffery McC'lellan went 2-for-2 Shaun Schmidt was 1.1 and Ike
I.. liliir Hi; 1..GildI; :i while Chris C'ribbs and Robert Starl- l''IIl'III.2' .

Chris 'ribbs homered and went ing both doubled and were 3-for-4 and Slonillngt through Tuo. Wl
2-for-3. Timmy Seclej' and S. Anders 2-4 respectively as Blue edged the Molt t.1
doubled. and Lav Icy Blue bcnifiled Braves' last Friday night! .....II.. ).t

from walks h.mded'Iul bj' Gold pitchers Trey Howard was 1-1 for the win Ol.nl.Dod.!..., 1 a..1 1 : .,_.1'.. ,

Monda,'. n'l'si'hil(' Hil'hie1'a'lnr had all threeof .>*.*. 2.2isw. ..-, II'I"i' .r"F ,

RUSH Miscall.v doubled for Gold and the losers! hits.Dixie ...Gold I.4 l -. 1 I, ...'''.-... ('.'(-'''') :1\\ Lw.



The Twins handed the Indians their
Minor Tigers I HiI.; I.. Suns I r:>> "
first loss by an ll-H score last Friday The Tigers came from down 15.6 to A Fact You Can Do Better AtDENMARK
and I then went on to beat t the Suns
Baseballthe record: their first! t win as David
Tuesday to improve their record to
Ll/onbcc had three hits, including a y : : i L rare
TURE'. -
41. homer and scored three times. Ron dENA1ARK U RtJI 4
Details on the other two Tuesday
Zurfluh and
Billy Stroud also scoredthree (
night games were not 'available. J. Wayne Prevail hit a liomc run tune with Zurfluh busting a double -
and K,G. Buckwallcr doubled for the and John Sicgniund a dnubll''a'nl' T-l'I,
.,1.,,';; losers. ..
Tins 22 I.. SIIII',. ::1 \\ Prevail homered and had 1 '
1'lml.'wlll went 4-for-4 with u home '"' :
April.::141 .
I two and Terry Berry had a '- ;.J'J. r'
run and two doubles and Jamie Twins I II I IIHU.IIIHH double and single l for the Suns. _
Whitehead was ..for." with four runs Jamie Whitehead had two hits to
to lead the Twins to an easy w in Tuesday lead the Twins past the Indians last April 29 FURNITURE 6tL t

night( in Lawtey. Lewis struck out week Phillies 19 Rangers 1.:)
7 batters in three innings. Winning. pitcher Tim Lewis and Rick Kmiutis. Hal ,
Davis and :Mall
434 W. Call St Starke Fla.
Hob Powers added three hits and ,
Chuck Mullins had single for the winners \Vlntchciid all cracked hits for extra :
four runs. Jason Stanwlx-Hay Alex while Jason Johnson tripled. Billy bases to pace the Phillies t to victory '
Porter and Scott Duncan homered, l Harrison doubled and Bo Bishop Alvin Jenkins had two hits and both 964-5826 964.5827
Chuck Mulhns and Kevin Boone and !Mitch Gray added! singles for the he and Jamelll\k ('allripl'd for (the Established in 1923
doubled and Allen Porter way 2.2 for Indians. Hangers.

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i REGION MONITOR. 7T"1' rtr'p"
I ;' section May Section. 9I'< r- ... TIMrs'

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I ea,Residents.= Favor Auto Inspections [:1\' :\:4k\ \ \ I-t

;! : "
by Carl They I Vincent Sourbeer, Kldystone! "The governor is obsessedand thatis 1 d
1 ,,i !1.'' m-T: staff Writer ',I Heights inspector( .said "If;;you could, the right word obsessed,with kill I
,.1! just come in and see some( of the cars ing the inspection program,"Johnson( J Ji N Ifl
,I 'I I! "Area residents of Bradford and people try to get passed.Then' yofc.. said.
i,"Clay}'county seem to be in favor of n would understand" why theyJneed" in* Of concern to localities( such as i f .
(ominuing auto inspections. spections. Bradford and Clay Counties is the inspection 'r\ !
,Of100 people questioned, 93 stated Depending on who you talk to as ( stations built and equipment ;
,they want yearly auto inspections. In to whether the bill to abolish to( auto bought to operate the inspection pro-
addition, there has been no overwhelming inspections will be passed or not.( Gov. gram. What will become of the stations :
shower of support to do .. Bob( Graham's move to( do away with and all those signs telling you : : )
away,,with the inspections. the program( has already picked up how to get to a inspection station? No
There seems to be more support steam.Last week thellouse( Transpor one that was contacted would com- ... ----
both local and statewide, to keep the tation Committee voted 10-8 to abolishthe ment on what would be done \ j\
Inspection stations. Most say that the program.In -
In addition to all the talk over the -
inspections( can save lives, reduce ac- related action the Senate passeda there will be over 13-1 jobs
cidents and, most of all, keeps the"clunkers" similar bill 5-3 calling for the end of lost program! by the inspectors( who run the star .. .
off the road. the inspection program. lions
Keep 'em... "It makes me '
Those in favor of abolishing the
program Jacksonville Johnson is
Rep Andy
'say it is a waste of time and feel a little better that the car behindor one of the eight menbers that voted( "I 1 can't understand why the governor
money and that the inspections have in front of me has at least, been against the bill wants to do( away with the inspec
not proven to be a major factor in checked. "* Clark Stovall of tion program." "I realize I have a jobI (
reducing auto accidents. Keystone heights might be out of but the fact is the

According to Esther Ellerson, "I like the idea of yearly inspections r: program saves lives," said (one auto I
Bradford County( financial director, ," stated Wayne Currey of inspector who asked not( to be named. 4 s
the county( lost( over $2,000 in the Melrose, "It keeps the junk cars off Vincent Sourbeer( inspector at the
1979-80 fiscal and has lost Keystone Heights station, seemed to
year money the roads. Currey went on to say
every year of the 13-year-old Inspec- that all it takes is a little time to have L. + express the feelings for most of the
tion program. your car checked and you(only have to r people we talked to by saying have
Ellerson also stated that it cost the do that (car inspections) once a year. seem all types of cars try and get pass
county $19,583 for one person to "I think it is a good idea to have the inspection. If just one of those bad
operate the inspection station and yearly inspections"said Clark cars can be put off the road, then the
each station( has two inspectors. Bradford Stovall of Keystone Heights. "Besidesthat 'j program is worth"all the effort the '
( county( received$23,908 from inspections ," Stovall added "It makes me program puts out. .: :
( but paid out $26,217 as the feel a little better knowing that the
total( operating cost. car behind or in front of me has, at 1 R
"Larger counties seem to have lost least been checked." -
" even more money on the program," Bob Murwin of Beckham I'ho'o' n> l art Tillt"+
Ellerson( said Duval County at this Townnear Melrose, stated "It seems Check is Good... "I dare Checkin 'cm Out...

time has a outstanding indebtednessof like a good idea to have your car In- say a lot of people would never check 6 "l'\p "t't'1I111I kind of C'III'.II'> In gel! past llu ill'II.&'lillll. I Ifjusli.i. 11 ,>.<
$46,000 on its inspection facilities. spected each If it not for their If it
were car not for
year. were Inspec
had b > iUf thr road
I curs run < put then lliopitiKr.im( i is uoiih ill UK- < Hint it ("nil-"
Clay on the has lost the dare lot of tions.Bob' .
average inspections say a people Murwin of Itcckham out," says Viiicriil Sum. beer.
some $1,500 yearly. would ever: check their car." Town near Melrose. I,

I 8 Arrested in Area Drug Scheme, KH Airport Involved in Operation I H


arrested Fri and Union County Shenll's DepartThe investigation( I is eoiilimiuu'! .
Eight were
persons j11 .
day, !May 1, as area law enforcement ments; Gainesville Narcotics Task! oilier :arresl may h,' C'\I": |>ecled' i I.
officers broke up a major drug smug- 'l Force; Florida Deparrnent of Law future
gling operation in northeast Florida( [ : :! ".t:1: Enforcement: ; the Special Prosecution :No: one has been employed' I Ir.:
including Keystone Heights, Lake .. Section; Slate Attorney's Ollicc: town ol Kc.sstoiu' Heights; : lo' mail, >
Butler, Frrt White Gainesville and tA' 1th Judicial Circuit: United Stales the airport' says \Ki\ur; Fran him, I
McIntosh 't.. .. { ; "rd Drug Enforcement Agency, and ill IIIII. ('''III has a lonji lenn le.ise.u I
Charged with violation of Florida's United Slates Custom's Service. the pl'IIpl'I'ly I .<> the KH I I .an'purl' .u '
Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt One other warrant was issued but has.. built a hangII' on the PI''P''I'I\
Organization (RICO) Act are Stephen 1 since the person invoked had not Jim YoungSa; I lied h.ise "p'i' ,iiin i "
Barney Cam, 56, owner and operatorof been arrested as this papl'l'C'lIt to the riluwni'd hanger: :al llu Kh,
Cam Aviation at the Keystone r i press the name was not released airport. ISiiltin :explauu-d
Heights Airport. Cam was arrested at T
his hme'in( Lake Geneva at 6 a.m.
Friday May 1. His sons Richard, 30, ,.-*'
and Michael 22 'also of Keystone .a ks ....
r a r tdp ....
Heights,were arrested heir homes .
simultaneously) Iii
TimothyIcCrary, 25, of Lake
Butler an employee of Cam Aviation, -.-- -:.1.- -
surrendered to Union County Sheriff's
Barney Cam Michael Cum 1 Kit-hart! ('am
Department deputies at :3 p.m. Friday -
May 1, on the same kind of V
charge as the Cams. The arrests were based on two cokes amounted to over two million lion, according to BCSD. Customs
Fred Alexander Ward, 38, of Mcln- specific incidents in which large dollars. agents seized four( of them and one
lush in Marion County, was arrestedon amounts of marijuana and Quaaludeswere I Five twin-engine aircraft based out crashed inJamaica..
a charge of conspiracy to traffic in imported into( Northeast of the Keystone Heights Airport are
marijuana.. lie was being held in the Florida.( Street value of these nar- involved in the drug smuggling opera- 4i.i>.> iiiige till)
Marion County Jail in Ocala in lieu of
,I $100.000 bond. 1
James Milton Bradley 32 of "BEAT
Alachua and Charles Leroy Pearl, 34.
of Fort While, were charged with iV SI are s :
violation of RICO Statutes Both( are .r 0 THE
being held in the Gainesville jail in
lieu of 100.000 bond. %:
The Cams arc being held in the Clay fiQ Finest Meat Market G
Ciainly Jail in Green Cove springs in HEAT"with
lieu of JOO.KM:! ( ) bond each. McCrary.being '
held in the Clay County Jail in ,, Featuring USDA Choice Iowa Beef
lieu of $50.000; bond,was also chargedwith I i e.
two counts of conspiracy)' t I.> Iraf- Central Air Conditioningfrom

lic in marijuana.Janos The best way to cook a chicken is with
.n, of Detroit
1'app its feathers off.The best
for FREE
:Michigan, was arrested Tuesday,
April 28. al the Gaiiicsville Airport on conversation is here. The best time to SAWYER !

a charge of conspiracy to tratfic; inmarijuana. get FREE conversation is any day but

the Alachuu. I'iipp County was Adult released Detention from Friday or Saturday. Friday and Satur

Center. alter lie posted $100,000 bond. day we're too darned busy to give our COMPLETELY INSTALLED

all. "Moral shop early in the week get
ThuM' Arrested' better conversation than on HEAT
"hl'd ;Major Holes "

"Tlm.se persons arrested. played a. weekends. INCLUDES $21 00
major' role in the smuggling opera
lion" sajs Sheriff Dolph Heddi.sh of Owned by Pill Starm-r.St.irko Mike:Mrl.rnd, Lake Duller DUCT WORK

Hradloril'C'imnly.Drugs .
coming in' an out of I the 2 Ton, plus electrical work
Keystone Heights area were not Our Everyday C -- ... .
luiiiml l'ul'lhl'loc'ill area Sheriff Reddish
Low Prices 5 9
sajs. F
"lIIl'( drugs have been coming offloaded rye rs Paramount Prf m.

planes for shipment to otherareas. ice Packed Lt>.
primarily by land vehicle
Keddish says. .
Asa case; in point licddish recalled Just Nobody'sis

last I year when former Keystone stew Beef Leaner 189 /J r

Heights routine( Police patrol Chief spotted Leonard three' ..Jonctton vans Than Ours Lb. t.Er !

backed up to an airplane at he( KHairport. I "--
t. Jones gave chase and. will] Lean & Meaty '- -.1f :/

the help of the Bradford Slunll'sDepartment Country'Rbs Great ., 119 }
caught( (wool the vans.:
Three PC'I'MIIISI C'I'C' arrested and On The Grill Lb. .
sentenced to long prison" terms. /LJ': :"
Those drugure( headed for the
Kcddisli ; All White Meat I C
Tampa Hay area. s.iys. :
Imt'sligalmn, into t this case goes( Turkey Roll Sliced or by 149
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A Great 5OC Deal! s, 3 Found Guilty in 6 Trials InAction Jr"fi4 C :ifSrf: 'R'f ;'

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Try A Day's Outing at Goldhead Branch I f & FIGURES ,] ,

; Inmate Ijtbrman Wesley Bostqn,2Q, JII.'r.n.qlnf..t'''Vie j' t
by Carl Tilley If;you are a fisherman, and even if One defendant feceividfttlditjonal I ,Was:fg>un you are not, the area offers bass, time another was found not guilty, 2 by a state prisoner Wednesday among American consumers:
BCTStaff Writer bream, and speckled perch that may mistrials were declared, and 2 defendants April 22. Judge Sanders ordereda automatic In-tank cleaners.
With the cost of everything up, from be caught from the lakes. A Florida were found guilty and pre- PSI. Boston was! charged with In 1980 we spent more
gas to postage, area residents of state freshwater license is required sentence reports were ordered during possession of a homemade knife last than $150 million on such
Bradford and Clay counties can spend for all persons IS: years and older. Circuit Court Jury trials April 20-28( in Nov. 12.Lillie. products.
50* that can well bring great returns. Indeed, the area is full of nature Bradford County Court. Anderson Dempsey, 53, of III III .
Odd as it may seem,a great amountof trails as well as guided trail tours. It A mistrial was declared by Acting Jacksonville, was found not guilty bya
people in both counties have not is suggested that you contact one of Circuit Court Judge Elzie S, Sanders jury of introduction of contraband /r a
taken advanatage of one of the area's rangers for the times of the after the jury was unable to reach a (marijuana) last Jan. 24 at Lawtey
guided verdict in the Wed., 22, trial of Correctional Institution.
best recreational parks. The old say tours as a general rule they April
ing that 'when you live next to a start at 10:30 am and 3 pm. Terry McGowan charged with bat Gibbs Lingerfelt was sentenced to
recreational area seldom do you go to There are ample camping areas tery of correctional officer R.C. five additional yeras In state prison
it,' rings true In this case. from the primitive to those who have Johnson last Sept 27 at Flordia State after he was found guilty by a circuit
Gold Head Branch State Park, off campers. If the camping is not what Prison. court jury Tuesday, April 28. Judge
SR-21 seven miles north of Keystone ;you like there are 14 furnished cot- Inmate William George Rogers was R.A. (Buizy) Green, Jr., sentenced
Heights, offers all one needs in swim- tages, equipped with a kitchen and found guilty of possession of a weaponby Lingerfelt (tp the additional time after The best-selling of the
ming, boating, fishing, camping, hiking cooking utensils and furnished to accommodate a state prisoner, a homemade ice lie was convicted of possession of a cleaners, called 2000
or just a day of rest with your picnic six persons, located so pick, last October 16. Judge Sanders controlled: substance which was identified Flushes, lasts about four
basket. they overlook the park's Lake ordered a presentence InvestigationPSI by witnesses'at the' trial as months! For that period
This 1,481-acre park is laced with Johnson. According to park rangers, ( ), after the trial Thursday April Methaqualone last May 8 at Lawtey there are no rings, no streaks
longleaf pines and turkey oak trees the cottages are well liked and people "' 13. Correctional Institution. and no stains
that sit on high dry hills in a region wanting a cottage should call for '
known as the central ridge.A reservations. The cottages are rented Gone Fishin'... -I Ij
total of four lakes, in addition to by the day or the week ;yearround.The j
small areas of marsh and the many area is full of natural history Bob Rooney of Starke is! one urea / OuJtarLessons I.
trees, increase the beauty and diver and wildlife from fox squrrels to the resilient who Is taking/ advantage of F I.I
sity of wildlife at the park. Lake gray fox.: All plant and animal life are Onltlheud Branch State Park oil a I
Johnson, used for swimming and protected in this state park. SK-21 north of Keystone Heights. At ;
boating, offers sandy beaches and This past weekend most of the people :>0- it's a real buy right at your backdoor i
clear fresh water swimming for all were from all over the state with .
ages. very few from Bradford or Clay coun Rgain on I
The park was formerly the sight of ty. The park opens at 8 a.m. and

a mill used to grind gin (a fiber, closes at sunset yearround.'It .....: Saturday
somewhat like cotton but which has to is worth fifty cents to just look at ,,
be ground for use), mealcotton and the trees,' said one visitor. u
was the sight of a saw mill. In addition For further information, write or
a turpentine industry was important phone Gold Head Branch State Park, 11mIfI' a' -
as evidenced by the"catface'or P.O. Box( 545, Keystone Heights, 6 Piece
scars still present on some of the pine Florida 32656. Telephone ((904)
trees. 4734701. TIME WILL TELL Maker :
Gold Head Branch offers rental voice hear Gig
The next you
canoes seasonally. Outboard motors be a watch.
cannot be used due to the extremely of the
It's all part won
low water level,according to the park derful world of computers.Now PremierDrum $ o

I rangers. they not only can
i think they also can talk,
thanks to voice synthesizers, Set
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Jackson turned north on North Care & :
I 2 SentencedIn Clark Street off CR-16 in a reckless iiI IUtllJi

Battery CasesTwo manner, losing control of the car. It Rental/Purchase ,r-
skidded sideways into a ditch on the
defendants sentenced to Care Free .
serve time by Circuit Court Judge west side of the roadway turning the ...... ;,
vehicle on its top according to ,.,.
I R.A. (Buzzy) Green, Jr. Monday, Miller of the Starke Pianos $127
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MKe th L. Jones, 21, of Lake Butler Department. i Hair Products Vp
was ears in state Starke Man Charged I .+43 J i, ) I!
prison for battery; ol '
I, Johnny Booth with a shoe last With Improper BackingA 1 '

September 13. Starke man was charged with improper Mac's Music ShopJr'
Judge Green sentenced Robert backing and no tag after his ill
Brian Nugent, 18, of Starke to serve 30 pickup truck was involved in an acci-
days in the Bradford County Jail for dent with a car on SR-100 1.7 miles
I simple battery of Lindsey Quick with south of Starke at 10:30: p.m. Monday, 964-7391 Bradford Square
I a billy club last October 14. Nugent May 4.Richard.
I was originally charged with aggravated Alvie Thornton, 42, of 1
battery in the case. Starke was not injured but damage to .
I the 1966 Ford pickup truck was

estimated at $300. Travis, 9, Stephen, ,. .. .., ,
Prison Truck Wrecked 1 'l'P P \0" IIn? III Oil la
7, and Tim Thornton, 15, all of Starke, ; .
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II UCllnmateo Cht rggd; ;, "r r'. >passengers'in the;pickup truck, were "} ,. "a .w. -.e T n1! d I sr1'I' ,' I b'tl'r //a
; treated'Jn'tffe'.emefgency! ',room: at :
A Union Correclionat f Institution/( inmate (;:'j Hradferd-Gounly' Hospital in Starke' s"I

was charged with improper and released. oth RS
change of lane and driving with a Susan Angela Champion, 21, of Gtf flny
suspended license after the prison Keystone Heights was not injured but
truck he was driving collided with a damage to the 1979 Ford sedan she
car on CR-1S 6.1 miles west of Starke was driving was estimated at $3,000. -
and seven-tenths of a mile west of The pickup truck started from a
CR-22S at 3:20: p.m. Friday, May 31. parked position in a private
James J. Whaley. 39, of Jackson- driveway. It backed out of the
ville, a correctional officer, was injured driveway across the centerline of
and was transferred from Brad Slt.100. The car was traveling southon Show mom how much care
ford County Hospital in Starke to St. SR-100 when the pickup truck ? > you ,
Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville. A engine stalled. At the angle in which it ,
passenger in the car, Sgt. Perry T. stopped, the headlights could not be r with a gift from ,. '-
Estes, 56, of Jacksonville, also a cor- seen by the driver of the car. The car super ,
recitonal officer, was taken to Bradford left 58 feet of skid marks prior to colliding .
County Hospital in Starke wherehe with the pickup truck, according iTT 910 III alt tdrr
was treated in the emergencyroom to the Florida Highway Patrol. SawyerSladePortable
and released after treatment. Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited f,,, ttsrk au nl'r
Damage to the 1978 Oldsmobile Thornton on the no tag and improper ,t J 10
Cutlass Whaley was driving was backing charges. ,'iIa !ni
estimated at $2,500.
UCI Inmate Calvin Freeman, 37, Out of Control -- I
was not injured but damage to the or- __ '
Car Hits PoleA
1962 Diamond T. Truck he was driv- '- Kitchen
ing suffered no damage according to Hampton man was charged with r .
the Florida Highway Patrol. careless driving after his vehicle :
The car was passing the truck when went out of control and struck a -.- Gas
the truck started to change lanes. The telephone pole on US-301 50 feet southof
car skidded 83 feet in the passing land, Lafayette Street in Starke at 12:04:
and collided with the truck, accordingto a.m. Sunday, May 3. Grill
FHP William Charles Rhoden was not injured N _
Trooper D. C. Roberts cited but damage to the 1969
Freeman on the improper change of Chevrolet sedan he was driving was with tank 4 .
lane and driving while license estimated at $2,000. Wanda Rhoden, -*-

suspended charges.Reckless 17, of Hampton, a passenger in the *
car was taken to Bradford County
Driving Hospital in Starke where she was I i .98ooJ !

Charges in WreckA treated released.in the emergency room and J .".:-r':

Starke man was charged with Damage to the telephone pole own ..
wilful and wanton reckless driving,no ed by Continental Telephone Com \ f/ >
woh sand
tag and no drivers license, after the pany, was estimated at $200. LHA st.l i ;
car he was driving was involved in a The car was traveling north on LHE DTOO Dryer
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estimated at cited Rhoden the careless
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7 Year Drought, Sandy Lake Bottoms, ---------1.- : .:r I


Primary Reasons for Low Lake Levelsby


Mark Friedlin not saying the cheek wouldn't . .. '
LRM Staff WriterA itself if we had tile rainfall," ,.. ..
seven year drought, evaporation said. "But Magnolia: Is up so ,,. '-' .. -.
and the highly permeable,or "leaky" its normal level that we _. 1: .. t.. .
bottoms of area lakes are prime term feel Brooklyn should be getting f
reasons issued last week by the St : than it has been and the .. ".\. '.... .. ..
Johns River Water Management reason it isn't is the creek. We .;
District the status of lake mother "t' ..
on declining we ought to help .'.
levels in the area. time out a little bit now ,and then." .. .
The low water levels have been a Owens claims the solution ... .
source of continuing concern for be hard to achiei re if he had III'1I.f.L."t'.. ..' 0
,homeowners who have watched as but added tie isn't con- -' .,
property values on some lakes fall as the operation himself. .
the water table in the area dropped.The cies on Camp Blandin g property .."'... _. '.
report was issued! in responseto knows they'll: never get ." ,
a request by U.S. Congressman Bill to doing anything about it," ". '.. ..... .... '. .
Chappell, whose office has been said. "But you give me a dozen . : ..... $ :... T '.
with avid, could .. ..
besieged with calls concerning the some shovels we : ;. ,
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like it .
matter. ain '
creek flowing ali: '
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The centered 'V..
complaints: to. '
Lake Brooklyn, part of the Etonia creek has been inspected twice .. b. f-i.
Chain of lakes that receive water weeks, once by Rector and "i N .
flowing from Lake Magnolia, locatedon Fran Fenzall, a ''hydrologist -
Camp Blanding property, which is down water managemi ant district. Scents to remember... ;;
fed by chain lakes in Blanding including two backed up the major. conclu- conditions persist in Lake Region area. .
Kingsley, Whitaker, Blue "The. of the report in inte rviews and Happy scenes like thi could dwindle if severe drought
Pond, and Lowery Lakes.' agencies have t \lo intention
The water level in Lake Brooklynhas thing any action on tide problem
dropped to four feet below its that the area shows "significant
yearly average at the present time to two ," according to Rector, ,
104.61 above sea level. The report they would recommend any
notes that theall-time low for the lake the action to clear. Alligator .
was set in 1958 when the water level i
sank to 97.23. the controver!jy'over the jJ4 :
Lake Brooklyn receives runoff from levels in the area' is i destined to I 0 ;
Magnolia Lake through Alligator has as long as the region feels f
Creek, a winding stream that today is solve effects of the los ig drought. fI
overgrown with vegetation due to the An apple tree Is in its prime fI I
long drought suffered by the area in when when it about 50 years old. I
The report lists 1974 ea the last yearin
which the area recei ved more than ULAN PROFESSIONAL SAW
its average share of rain and the lakesin in Complete Foreign Cur Service
the region are showing the effects. MODEL 4200 4.2 cubic inch engine
Lake Geneva has dropped to its some TUNE UP The Profession ChainSaw MODEL 5200 5.2 cubic inch engine
lowest level in history in recent mon- with .
MODEL 6000 6.0 cubic inch engine
ths due to lack of rainfall and reduced it's 8 Cyl 30.95 Repairman
overflow from Brookly J Countervibe system reduces vibrationup
The status of Alligator Creek has r 6 Cyl 28.95 to 78%
been the focus of the recent con- 4 Cyl 26.95 Solid state ignition
troversy. Lake Magnolia is supposedto in Adjustable automatic chain oiler
start a runoff into the creek headed on
toward Brooklyn whenever its level 4 Ply Poly White Wall Front End Upright engine for better cooling
exceeds 123.57 feet. :
According to the latest report from -Mlle Road Hazard Fiberglass Belted AlignmentComputer .
the U.S. Geological Survey, |i=ET FET
Magnolia's water level is at 124.78. A 28.88 1.63 30.88 1.76 9 8 8 p 2Z',0o Pd.AA'pO4i4"Vl0r Model 4200IKE'S
check by the Monitor confirmed the 32.88 2.12 34.88 2.21 i
flow into the creek had'' resumed but
the report notes that "a change has 35.88 2.38 40.88 2.54 Bal.
occured" in the relationship between 38.88 2.46 40.88 2.62
Magnolia and the cVeek. The reduced tor 39.88 2.66 41.88 2.84 3 00 Each Wheel| 964-8132 SAW SHOP U.S.301S
flow rate in evidence tit the present white 47,88 2.96 44.88 3.13 Most Cars &Trucks
result of overgrowth, according -
time is !the
Monday Friday 6:30-6.00 Saturday 8:00 rn 2.00
t : : pm : pm
to the report, which
states that "no man-made obstructionhas : STAJtXE FIRESTONE
been found" that would impedethe ed in Accessories & for
Complete Supplies Loggers.
water flow through Alligator U 8. 3O1 N. lII.kl,, FIe !HI4.,438I
Creek. quate 4.$4 I
The possibility that a dam or some can
other man-made blockage is stopping and
the,.water from flowing properly is
sill cted by many'l\alt\ "JJ.rooklyn The
residents. a ..*. -stwl m&x -. : !
One Lake Brooklyn resident, C.W.
Owens, paid for study 'by a respected gests
engineering firm in Jacksonvillewhich the
indicated that t he lake shouldbe of
receiving more water than it is As 46973"I'm
currently getting. area
The search for possi ble solutions to
the problem involves a maze of state
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MI s. Deborah Sue Kite Willie S.Kcllar their vehicles were involved in an accident :-

Mrs. Deborah Sue Kite, 23, of Willie S. Kellar, age 91, of Keystone Street. with' .' mile another west: of car Starke on NW at 11:30 25th
Starke, ditd April 27 in Chicago Il- Heights at the Park ol the Palms, died Tuesti.u'. April 21
linois, follow ing a brief illness. Friday morning, May 1, in the Brad- p.m.
Born and raised in Starke, Mrs. ford County Hospital after a long il-
Kite attended Bradford County lness. Thomas Mitchell Edwards, 29, of .;;;:

Schools, and was a member of the Born in Plymouth, England!; July Starke, was nut injured but damage to ,:
Bayless Highway Baptist Church. 28, 1809. Mr. Kellar came to the the 197U Chevrolet truck he was driv-
Survivors include: her mother, United States in 1920. He moved to ing wa! estimated at $800. ,,,
Mrs. Bobbie Byrnes, Starke; one Keystone Heights in the fall of 1979! Karl David Williams, 30, of Starke,
daughter, Miss Sakara Lynn Matthews from Lakeland, Fla. Mr Kellar was a was not injured but damage to the ".'
Starke;: her husband. Hank retired research engineer with the It's A Buggy World.... 1975 Dodge sedan he was driving was
Matthews; three sisters Miss Robin International Harvester Companyand Florida's. wheel bug/ (Arilus Cristatus) preys on other Inserts the state. When handled it can Inflict a bite more estimated at $275. ."\
Lyons, Miss Chrysty Lee Lyons, both was a member of the Park ol the and is found in the woods around the home throughoutby painful than that of a fire ant or a wasp. Charles RoLwrt'd'nt, 26, of .1.,
of Starke and Mrs. Terri! Matthews, Palms Church. Starke was iniui d and ,en to Bradr,
Channelview, Texas; her great. Survivors include: one daughter, ford County Ilospit.jl: i, M uke where JI<\
grandmother. Mrs. Annie Saunders; Barbara Kellar of Keystone Heights he was treated in '''Il' emergencyroom
one aunt,. Mrs. Genevieve Solano Funeral services!> were held at 11:00: and released .,ul t Il.r treatment. ..!
ooth of Starke. a.m. Monday, May 4, in the Park of Spring Time is Sting Time... Damage to the 1971 Chevrolet sedan .
Funeral services were held at 3 the Palms Chapel with Mr. Ernest he was driving was estimated' at $1100. "
p.m. on Friday, May 1, at the Chapel Woodhouse and Mr. Robert Mojon-
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home with nier officiating. Interment was in the The truck and Dodge had stopped in ,,
Rev. M D Mederios officiating. family plot in Keystone Heights And People Can Really Get BuggedFire the roadway with the vehicles side by i ;,;
Burial in Conner with side directions. The .
was Cemetery Cemetery, under the direction of facing opposite ""ro
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. In Chevrolet was i-ung west on NW 25th '
harue of arrangements. lieu of flowers, donations may be Street. The dn'{ ; .-rs of the truck and '
George "Jack" Estes made to the Park of the Palms Missionary Philip It. Breeze ants build cone-shaped stung you.Persons. Dodge started moving when they saw 'a:
; Fund.Card. Spring time is sting time in Florida. mounds in lawns, usually about two or with allergies, hayfever or the Chevrolet coming up behind them. 4'"
George "Jack" Estes, 66,of Starke, Insect bites kill three times more three feet in circumference. Wheel asthma should notify their physicians The truck was hit in the rear by both :,;;<
died early Friday morning May 1, at Floridians than snake bites each bugs prey on other insects and can be immediately if they are bitten or of the other cars, according to the ." .
the Memorial Hospital in Jackson- of TIiauks year, according to Dr. Philip Koehler, found almost anywhere around the stung. The doctor can then warn of Florida Highway Patrol. II :
ville extended illness.
following an an entomologist with the Universityof house or in the woods. symptoms to watch for and be Trooper W.M Abrams cited Edwards ,
Born and raised in Tennessee, Mr. Card of Thanks Florida's Institute of Food and Florida has two types of stinging prepared to treat a reaction if it and Williams oti the improper '
Estes attended school in Tennesseeand
Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). caterpillars. The saddleback cater- should occur. stopping in roadway charge ,? ,
entered the U.S. Army where he comforting sympathy and helpin With spring in the air there are going pillar is greenish with a brown saddle- Koehler also suggests that parents tit
served in WWII as a Staff Sergeant. be insects in the air..and like its back. The other .
our recent sorrow. For the to more marking on warn their children of dangerous insects "
Mr. Estes: moved to Lawtey in 1952 and the lawn and the shrubs. Koehler stinging caterpillar is greenish with
beautiful service, floral offerings, In encourage them to wear shoes
where he made his home until
movingto they kindnesses, we are deeply estimates that as many as 1,000 red stripes. when playing in grassy or clover In the United States each :: :
Starke. He was employed by Du- grateful. severe injuries from insect bites occur The brownish-gray wheel bug is covered areas and to stay away from day approximately 5,000
Pont Chemical Company for many The Family Of each year in Florida. found throughout the state. Koehler wood and brush piles. people turn 65.
years and also worked for Hardy'sMotors is bite of the wheel ,
Deborah Sue KiteIn The best I protection prevention.To describes the bug as
in Starke. Mr. Estes was a ; bites need than that of fire ant
prevent insect you to "worse a a very
of Dabblt' Kit
member of the Grace United Memory "
kinds of insects bite bite. the insect's
know what can or painful Despite size
daughter Debbie, left me a
of My
Methodist Church
Lawtey. insects about Inch and half the
sting you and where those are of only an a
Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. week ago today. likely to be found, Koehler said. biting part of the bug, the proboscis,
Bethna Estes Starke She is with Jesus in Heaven, to \
McCulley ; one NOTICESpray
Florida has several species of is thicker than a straight pin, accor- .
daughter, Mrs. Susan Chapman, stay.
biting and stinging insects. ding to Koehler.In .
Denver Colo ; one brother, Robert Unspoken words and unshed tears, .' \
Estes Churchill, Tennessee; and two will not go away In years, and years. Honeybees found and in the bumblebees between are addition to avoiding the areas in Colognes are advertised on '. ; \
grandchildren. People comfort me in my time of walls usually and under slab spaces foundations. which insects are found Koehler sug- the front page of our May Circular, "Gifts ..- ::
Funeral services were conducted at sorrow, that attract insects To Make Mother's Day". The decimal ':
and things
Hornets, yellow jacketsnest gests keeping .
But oh how I dread wasps .
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p.m. Sunday where size of each I
in shrubs and under the eaves of away from places you points indicating the content
Tanner Funeral Home with Rev. Don tomorrow.
Denton officiating. Burial was in She is an angel, watching from buildings. Yellow jackets are also will be active. Yellow jackets and were Inadvertantly left off. The correct a\! I,
"rosby Lake Cemetery with Archie above, found in nests underground. Scor- wasps are attracted by garbage cans content size of each is: Revlon> .
and spiders are commonly and bees are attracted by sweets suchas
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke in And Debbie, I send my love. pions found in wood and brush piles and those in empty soft drink cans. .4 oz.; Jontue, .6 oz.; Enjoli1) Natural

Charge of arrangements. Mama under boards. The brown recluse If you are bitten or (stung Koehler Spray by Charles of the Ritz*, .6 oz. We

Card of Thanks spider is also found in boxes and fur- advises capturing the insect if possible regret any inconvenience caused by this ,
We would like to express appreciation niture, especially those which have ; if not, try to get a good description mistake. : :'\
for the many acts of kindness been recently brought into the state of it. If you develop an allergic
shown: to us in our recent bereave- from the spider's natural habitat in reaction to the sting your physician
IN HONOR OF MY SON the Mississippi River Valley region. will know what to do if he: knows what
DAVID LEON NEWflt.. The Sibley Family 'T & cb:
Two years ago, my darling, we sat YI
by bed not knowing what life
hel Jour you, for the doctor had said, Fortune Federal Hammock also announced that family c : "

There's no hope; he's clinically Announces Chuck Nemeth has been promoted to
dead; he will not come home again; if Summer Library PromotionsLeon Area Coordinator for the North
he does, he would rather be dead." Express Program R. Hammock, president of Florida Region. Nemeth, who startedhis
I sat in the backyard and looked up Fortune Federal Savings and Loan career with the Association in
at the sky never once did I wonder Tuesday, May 12 Association, announced that Noel 1968, was also named to manage the I
why. but the sadness I felt in my Robinson has been named manager of !Main Street office in Gainesville. He
heart as I prayed, "My God, thy will the Association's North Florida is a graduate of Plant High School in 200 Giant 00 Large 00 Med.
be done." Are you like Harry Harry was a :1.
Region headquartered in Gainesville. Tampa and attended St. Petersburg
These two have been liv- white dog with black spots who liked Robinson, who is Off Pizza Pizza '
years pure a Vice-President, Junior College Prior to assuming his of dPid3a de n
ing hell for your family and for your everything except....getting a bath! )joined the Association in 1956. He is a.IL_newpositVQp JNstneth was manager l : : :,,l :
friends as well. Some friends have Come to Ihe Bradford County life-long resident of the Gainesville' of Fortune Fed raJ's Ninth Street of- >!nld!>
stayed; some have been true; others Public Library, located at 105 E. area, having been born and raised in fice in St. Petersburg. With This Coupon Eat In 'or' Out .f
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My darling, I want you to know, what happened to Naughty Harry. graduate of the University of Florida. Offer Good Thru ,
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i is there than this." I am praying for ages of 3 and 6 are invited to attendour a Cake On Her
you to come home, both day and Summer Library Express Pro- Day ,
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Control Not The the Answer, FIRST 10 PEOPLE TO CALL'100oo OFFA

Local Residents Sayby m

Carl Tilley Bill after bill has been introduced in former Gainesville Chief of Police DEAL
BCT Staff WriterIs Florida with limited results to con Courtnay Roberts a lifetime memberof STUCCO ALUMINUM

gun control the answer to crime? trol the sale, use and possession of the National Rifle Association. In WITH
A survey of some 50 local citizens weapons. Last month a controversial addition Roberts stated that some COTE SIDING

and police on weapons control found measure that would have mandated a kind of restriction or controls at the, INSTALLER!
that most think gun control would 30-day( jail sentence for carrying a point of purchase could be helpful."I .
have little or no effect on reducing concealed weapon was withdrawn by don't think banning handguns'
crime. If a person wants a gun they its Senate sponsor. would greatly cut the rate of crime" I We can beat
would find a way no matter what the Senator Paul Steingberg, D-Miami Roberts added. '
laws and restrictions, most Beach, sponsored the weapons! con Most local law enforcement officers 1' I I I l l I any price
respondents said.Twenty.one trol bill along with another bill to control agree with Roberts. All law enforce- 1 III I I
of the 50 area people swithblade knives. The bill, in effect ment officers questioned think some you get.
feel there should be some sort of gun would place the swithblade pre-purchase requirements at the 4 I
control but added that everyone knife, with a three inch blade lengthor local level should be enforced, such as I. NO MIDDLEMAN
should have the right to own a gun as more on the list of concealed a three day waiting period before the

part of their right to bear arms. weapons which now includes han- weapon is turned over to the buyer !
Nine stated that all weapons should dguns, clubs and brass-knuckles. I a .
be banned with the exception of those Florida gun control laws have few Most stringent gun control laws can .1
carried by the police, military and restrictions. All gun control laws are be found in China where citizens can-
security guards. set up by county and city government not legally own handguns. Last week
Ninteen felt there should be some charters and laws. Most areas are China went further toward gun con ROOM
sort of restriction, such as a clean like the City of Starke which requiresyou trol, stating it now requires govern- CUT STONE AWNINGS ADDITIONS
police record, before a gun could be be 21 years of age and a residentof ment permission to own make, sell or CUT BRICK
purchased. Florida to purchase a handgun. repair any type of firearm. This law ROOFING
Only one had no opinion.Of According to the National Rifle covers weapons from a BB-gun to
the 50 surveyed, 41 people said Association it has over 22,000 tranquilizer dart guns for capturing POOL
they own some sort of firearm. When members in the state of Florida. animals.
asked if gun control or the banning of Along with those 22,000 over 4,000 are NYL ENCLOSURES ALUM.SIDING .
guns would reduce crime, 42 stated it law enforcement and other public ser-
would not stop those who want a gun vants in state, city and county posi Does such strict control of guns leadto SCREEN SDFFIT
for crime. tions. less violence in China& Accordingto S VINYL ROOMS STUCCO
Questions on gun control have been Lawmakers are quick to point out press reports of robberies, murdersand
asked answered debated and have that, besides the NRA, gun clubs and gun fights with the Chinese SOFFIT

raised controversy for many years. In hunting clubs can rally huge amountsof police, almost all have been with w
the past few months interest in gun votes and people to all but stop any homemade weapons and stolen guns. _
control has been heightened even gun control legislation. I I
more with the attempted assassina "Strict gun control, such as banning
tion of President Ronald Reagan. handguns is not a good idea" says / I

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BassmastersNews Save UP 46 %' "[EAGLE. @5

971 LOW Thursday Friday jIEAGL EI. Off COLOR iBAAHOS


a 12 EXPOSURE ROLL $2.17 REG. $3.17 Q

5 r P 0 ISIZES 123O4M 110-1M-1J5MM EXPOSURE ROLLS C-41. .. Q.>
u rlces
,<.. it ._NEW ROLLS ONLY! O
by Neil Crawford boats will be launched Friday evening I '-or 0LA
by 7:45 p.m. on the little lake at the :

Bassmasters Saturday held April their 11 April, Bradford Tourna- Co.Tournament ramp. will begin at 8 p.m. Super buys for Mother's, Day May- 10! i II_ :... fora We us aood* Kodak look. per"..

ment on Rodman.
sharp and end at 9 a.m. sharp Saturday 30x72"FABRIC
Boats were launched at Kenwood COUPON MUST ACCOMPANV
morning. After the weigh-in (all AIR MATTRESS Q ,
Landing. _
: :
that is able) will jump in and clean d ,..-.. ; v:2___
Tournament began at good "
fish then have a good old-fashioned 8.83 .: : .. '
daylight, ended at 5 p.m. r 14.88 SHORT SLEEVE
According to Joe Riggs the Hydrillais fish fry. WAS ..9T"i i a'r, DISCOUNT KNIT TOPS zs (
back. This year is rapidly coming to a : ,- r
beginning to come PRICE e'e
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close only three tournaments left. 4.96 et\
I did not fish this tournament I
3-LB. BAG aKknitsrclolassorted
This Tournament Santa Fe ,
May on ,
chose to go on a Co. Fishing and Cam- i EAGLE DRYSTABILIZER {"C\
could be tive. OUR DISCOUNT PRICE
ping trip to Lake Bryant down in the very produ r+44 -'k y' ; ,
Ocala Forest. Looking forward to seeing ALL OF 9.88 styles COLORFUL TERRY

I landed 22 nice bass during this YOU! tr'sPBW Il and colors Ladles', M.L SHORT
W.T. Smith landed a 13 lb. hawg DISCOUNT R
all fished and had
trip, we hard e PRICE
. most enjoyable trip. while fishing Orange Lake. WT. was POLYESTER 8.88OUR
: Joe Riggs caught trolling with an ear of corn when the
says everyone
hugeMwg Jade a. pass! ,at the bait
fish at-Rodman. The weather'was'-
but and hit the lower unit or- yam. f et
.missed ra
perfect: ma vbe a littl .nn"'..jTWIrft'fiHUKimiwT! .. la l1 G 1. -, h Great outttttt lot joqqmq
shine.j> ....-. -W1.11"! ; ( \ 1. o ". ,,1...... '11Im bJto'tt"fJff"tfI.Ade': 0e e I OUR SLACKSJI tennis, or just Baling,
another pass and after a, long battle .y 'a Poly/cotton terry ( loll
At 5'n. all boats returned to Ken ,
\ and absorbent n rail">
and of Red W.T. land ,
wood for the weigh-in. two packs Man : waist bow of bright olori
ed the No W.T. did I \ flare ,
After each Bassmaster weighed his hawg. kidding Ladies S M. i
catch Sheffield the winner land a 13-pounder in Orange but he
Harry was
won't tell what on, or where. Con- JAV GlfTSt
with Marvin Godwin placing second. yl G MOTHERS <
Bret Smith landed the largest bass, a gratulations WT., but how about try
I 7pounder. ing this in a tournament so those
points will count? 18"OSCILLATING 14x14" HIBACHI 17V LB.PAIL
Congratulations to these three
Bassmasters. See you Friday. May 15 at 8 p.m. at 3-SP.TABLE FAN ON STURDY LEGS GIANT 3" TABLETS

Saturday May 16 will be our An- Santa Fe Lake.
Bass Wishes
nual Fish Fry at Santa Fe Lake. Neil Crawford 34.88 12.88 39.83
Thiswill be a night tourney .all o IL1
'" '' lea blue fan blades, safety grill Sturdy cast Iron, Manda 16' "Protects your1 pool for days,
and adjustable fan neck. Powerhigh on tubular legs. Chrome .not hour A concentrated I VI:..-I'VII [ nl')]
AR ES-T..from page 1BA ....:'............. ...... .............. ful motor,whlaper-quial. plated grill A storage bay t. cljlorlnator From Olm. LADIES' NYLON ACETATE FLOWERS WOODEN 1400 W TURBO

Keyitbne t is located''' Super prices bargains!
Heights Airport super 6/$5! 3.88 5.88 12.88
partlyun! i Clay CDunty'\and partly jnBradffiruCouiiiy. has built a hangar on the property.Jim .
t Young is a fixed base operatorin WERE 94<*1: WERE 2 PUS. S7A DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 1488iT
Remote'landing strips nearTrtBradforn the city-owned hanger at the KH r-
Brooke CBunty and Fort airport(, Buffington explained. )
White n Alachua County were u -'rJP
covere during/ the investig tlon.''atf-T: 1.#
cording to BCSD. 4. L ; ., 4 .( i" I / \ ,
The < peration goes far'beyolnd the FLORIDA t'' Re w. rho ,,1 I .l
to. '
I two i inc dents involved in the eight arrests I Ir )
i icludmg not only other nar- 12x16" .. f
colics ransuctums. but the modifiCation iif i- THEATREStarke J -
< aircraft for illegal smuggling -
at ions.
964-5451 : 3.88 3.97 3.88 1.44 5.88DISCOUNT


Should Daltqn Bray Be Warning supervising agent for Fr!., Sat., & Sun. 1.97 1.97 CHOICE YOUR %*3.Q7 STRAW fib 1 "Ii"i:1 ; 1P

Kldrida of Law Enforcement
the Department
WERE.26' WERE 2.9' WERE UP TO 497
Office 'In Northeast 'Andover' pattern 100"Slrelch out in cool 16x18 mesh, pal6| table. SO-qt loam ,
Florida told a news conference after NINE TO FIVE cottorvln solid colors to comfort. Nedlly woven Ice chest: refreeieable blue ice lid \ -%
the arrests this is the first time in this U the comedy mix and..r 'for long wear cooler or.t gallon insulated picnic|jug : --= t. : 'J

area that a fixed base operator has hll o/the.e.son- \, J U .:. ..,..__. .7
been charged with Violation of yooll lough your tw ., -
in relation to a narcotics are.um... C4' ) ;;
He pointed out it +r+ I ; \ SET
should serve as! a warning to other In- I (: 1.97"
I' 1.77 2.88 2.44 7.88DISCOUNT
dividuals that narcotics traffickingand (Ci'I-o' ; tI'l aD'- ') I

the running of aviation facilitiesnot \ -- < =: DISCOUNT PRICE 3.97 DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE PRICE
only jeopardizes the individual's! SHOWTIMES -, .., .
to 46 n
liberty but also jeopardizes assets used save up jI
Friday 7.00)
; pm./9.0O
from : pm. CLAIROl CONDITION SHAMPOO 16 OSNormal. r____
with the proceeds
or acquired 1.33 .
'. :
Dry or Oily WAS J-W wr ,r. .
the illegal operation. Sat. A Sun.50O CLAIROL' CONDITION II 1C OX..
WAS 1.89:...............................:... 1.33 II..J. 1
; p.m./7.00; ) pm/9.0O: pm. AQUA-FRESH TOOTHPASTE 8 4 OS. OJ .. .
Bray reported numerous! law en- WAS 126..,.'. .....................'..............'.... 1 09 7-PC.ALUMINUM 'B ,
federal., state ; DINING BUYSI,
and local combined their resourcesin DOUCHE 6 o< Twin Pack WAS a 3T. ._... 16-PC, SET 1 ACRYLICTOOTHBRUSH d

a joint effort in order to bring about 301 DRIVE IN TYLENOL 100'S WAS-4 EXTRA? .:.STRENGTH.. ,,?.... ... ....TABLETS........_. .. 2.69 IRONSTONEDINNERWARE 14.88 9.88 PORCELAINBIRO BOX PORCELAIN 7-PC.SALAD 6-PC. KITCHEN .
the common objective.' BOWL SET TOOL SET :
Agencies! involved in the investigation Fri 4 oz. WAS Jo19...,..,.......,...,. ....... 1.49 24-C SET'I DISCOUNT PRICE :1,
include: Clay. Duyal. Bradfordand Sat., Sun. & MonA TUMS ANTACID, TABLETS 73 clPeppermint 1 and :2 ql laucepans 2.97 1.97 3.88 3.96 4.88
99FlATWARE 9 88 0 qt dutch oven withcovert '
or Flavored WAS.253. .
Task 'I"'nd iifirrnno L.'
; Gainesville Narcotics of Law rjinipflrv awn' Mom! Shoes for work .,
Force; Florida Dcparment nut. fUet't ;. or play
Enforcement: : the Special Prosecution f ,
Section; State Attorney! Office
4th Judicial Circuit; United States ;

Drug Enforcement Agency and g'r,Mill luAr y iufiwthrrhim '(nr. c r ,1 \ y i

United States Custom's Service. ___r_ 811010aIlYNR..a R II J / / t / 4 4a I

One other warrant was l issued but J .
since the person involved had, not *PLUS. reIrreg !.PC. MINI Srg f!

been arrested as this! paper went to. ,..LUGGAGESETShort .r ,IrreosWOMEN'S
Lea '
Marvin :!
not released.! 5.88
press the name was size' .
The investigation is continuing and 100% INTERLOCK ''MEN'S PLAID ::80Ylw JEAN 11' 7 88

future. DISCOUNT 6.94 WERE WERE'4:94' : aire"" 8.88 WAS 697, 'r.
The. PRICE 666 tn.19 9.88 783 6.84 ACE DISCOUNT PRICE 3.97

No one has! been employed by the aleevea. pocket. No-Iron poplin', color Denim A brushed den* 20',." 11 88 Tricot-lined vinyl with, crepe Wriile. vinyl camp moccasin Huarache sling.. upper, hand- .
town of Keystone Heights to managethe aolld*w/trlm. S-XL. /ful plaids men*sues im In aoMdat 8-19 uu, Comfort sole While tan. 6-ID with' full tricot lining' ladies' 810. woven look w'vredge sole J-10

ingtonj airport Cam has says a Mayor long term Fran lease Buff-on Big Rea'tOneuw' '!, STARK -A- KEYSTONE HOTS. 11'E.j: .:

the fft( airport and :
property! !'HhrP .
'w 312 W. Madison Hwy..21 & 10OGun '
J y,1 'i St. l'Ii."tl '. ', It

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May 7.1981 _ _ _ _ _ _

I fill: [!J LJ fi'1filfil-a.L.JL.JW: ; : :. ;] WL.J :-:':m, .: it>:" :tl:: :-,i ;c' : !' -'Keystone Area-. Ads. -

1't1 \ ",, .. .-, ._____.- 1J
Youth .
Camps? tnv\ tfit f: ".. u.
; .. Conservationist Th1)a4IZ) : / -- I' BoafligSafet7.: f ; 'J J :, L I I --
Scheduled,,, -.1: '!" 'I"I,::i3 iiff. : .*. : PERSONAL. HELP HOMES FOR
.. ,., : :;. Stressed .i; : J.M; : : ,*. V...' SERVICES' WANTEDNURSE SALE
The days of summer are approaching 0' tV W' t'' : The Cam and Fresh WaVee'Fish' .
and the Florida Game and ': by Bern Smith .\ '. it'' } G ri. Commission will be enforcement .
'[ Jm th !! Applying :CAtfINTI1WORK ; .NIEDEO>' for church BEAUTIFUL TWO ACRESproperty -
Fresh ; | *
Water. Flsrf Commission Soil Conservationist' 1iWl' ,isI to Florida's boating safety Jaws and home In
work, kitch.ncabln.t. In Keystone Heights
reminds youngsters age eight to four- may be obtained from three during the summer months. Remodeling camp -
Deerwood Hills 3 milesnorth
.. and trimcarp.nt.r. (for months durIng -
teen years of age that now is the timeto Pond Management Fish Food: sources:>-.I..The.. Department In-- "All boating safety violations will Reasonable area two S.nd inquiries of Keystone. 24x60

register for one of two Commission The amount of fish your pond will terlor's Fish arutf,Wildlife Service will be monitored very closely however prices. Call Ed Dempiey at summer.to Captain Trenton mobile home, 3BR. 2BA

sponsored youth camps. yield depends on how well they are deliver fish, freeyof-charge, for new or wildlife officers' will concentrate on 473-2477. tfnchg2 P.O. Box 270848. Tampa FL carpet CHI A. deep well .
The youth camps have been fed. Generally there are two methodsof renovated patnda tl'latrneet their stan-. reckless boat operation", said Captain ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS. 33688. 2tchg 4/30-3/7 with delicious water

developed by the Florida Game and feeding pond fish. You may feed dards; 21.? YOU' may Jouyfish! from a Laurence F. Rossignol. law en-' Closed meetings Monday 8 SUISTITUTI SCHOOL IUS 28000. Owner will

Fresh Water Fish Commission to provide them directly with one of the commercially commercial hatchery: or 3\ You may forcement supervisor for the nor p.m. Op.n meetings, FrIday DRIVER for Clay County finance with reasonable
young people with a camping experience available fish foods or Indirectly catch fish from a neighboring pond or theast region. 8 p.m. Alanon Monday .chool system. Phone down payment. Discountfor

that will help develop an in- by applying a commercial lake and transplant them into your 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 473-2011. ask for transportation cash. 9123777496. .. .
terest in the natural environment of fertilizer to the pond water. Both pond. Each of these sources can provide p.m. All meeting In d.f>>CIrtment. 2tchg Nights and Sundays.
their world. Programs of the and fish for "Summer Is the time when most 912-294-0189. tfnchg 3/26
camp methods have their advantages healthy stocking ponds, Educational Building Community 4/30-5/7
are designed to stress conservationand disadvantages.By however, certain guidelines must be water related recreation takes place. Church. tfnchg 4/2 MATURE RESPONSIBLE LOVELY CEDAR HOME3BR. -

outdoor recreation, with an em- using a commercial fish food. followed if stocking is to, be''suc- therefore the potential for a tragedy PRESSUM CLEANING PAINTING mole or female to work 28A. screen porch 1680

phasis on the responsible use of you may be able to maintain clearer cessful. involving boats or drowning, thegreatest" and waJlf>>CIp.rlng. part-time ((20-30 hour. sq. ft. 8 months old many

natural areas. water and be able to see your fish. You cannot sucessfully stock a fishpond Rossignol added. Phone 473-2477. tfnchg 4/2 w..kly) In convenience extras. 11 1 '/ % assumable
The 1981 camping season will begin Usually higher fish populations can that has wild fish in it. They Boaters should insure that their PLUMBING REPAIHS-larry store. 10 miles out of mOrtgage In back of ; .-

June 14 and run through August 8. be supported but higher levels of compete for space oxygen and food. particular craft meets or exceeds all Teague Plumbing. Keystone. Must be willingto Keystone Oaks. 473.7059
safety standards. Boats 18 feet or less 4751513. 5/21 work evenings otter 5 D.m. Itcho 5/7
Both camps. one in Ocala National management are also needed. Excessive and increase the chances of disease tfnchg some
Forest and the other in the fertility may become a pro- and parasites. Before stocking with require one oar or paddle one anchor CARPENTRY AND MASONRY and weekends' Phon. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN

Everglades. maintain one week sessions blem when fish are fed. hatchery fish you should eliminate all and line of appropriate size plus one WORK--bulld f patios, additions 473-4768. Itpd 5/7

and campers are restricted to a Maintaining the pond's fertility by wild fish. If you cannot drain the lifesaving device in good and ser- remodeling homes NURSE NEEDED for church -
and tile work. Also
two week total stay. applying fertilizer to the water may pond, you may want to use a chemicalto viceable condition for each person on Free estimates pain, camp!> In Keystone Heights LEGION HALL. SR-21.
The Ocala camp, located on Lake be less expensive and take less time. kill the fish. Follow carefully the board. ting. 473-4473 during area for two month. durIng Saturdays. 7 p.m. Public invited.
Eaton is approximately 20 miles east The fish do not eat the fertilizer but manufacturer's recommendationsand Boats 16 feet or less than 26 feet Phone Aft.r 5 summer. Send inquiries Hnchg 4/23
of Ocala. The Everglades youth camp the nutrients increase growth of notify the Florida Game and must carry one wearable lifesaving 782-3906 day. tfnchg!p.m.4/2 to Captain Trenton CARPORT SALE Friday and '.' .
is about 15 miles west of West Palm misroscopic plants which are the first Fresh Water Fish Commission when device in good and serviceable condition UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED P.O. Box 270848. Tampa FL Saturday May 8 and 9

Beach. link in the pond's food chain. Since using fish toxicants.A for each person on board plus one permanently by a 33688. 2tchg 4/30-5/7 from 8 a.m. toSp.m.Mony

Applications and additional information these tiny plants color the pond water, fishpond should be stocked with Coast Guard approved throwable registered electrologistand Items. Hallman Road off

on the camps are available by high pond fertility has the advantageof the right kinds and numbers of fish device and one anchor and line of appropriate It'. Inexpensive. Call FOR SALE SR.lOOWest. Hchg 5/7 .

calling or writing the GFC's northeast reducing the growth of submersed for the size of your pond and the levelof size nad length. Also one for free demonstration YARD SALEs Saturday May -
regional office at hand or power operated whistle or LAKE LOT sand bottomed 9. Just off SR-21 on 218)
1-800-342-8105 or waterweeds by preventing sunlight management you plan to follow. without obligation. Amy's on
Route 7 Box 102 Lake City. Florida from reaching the pond bottom. Combinations of largemouth bass and horn capable or producing a blast of Electrolysis 490 Lawrence lake In Hlllcrest. $800 M.lros.between. Household Keystone and I
32055. two seconds duration and audible fora Blvd., Keystone. 473-7033. dawn $146.44 per month.
or bream bream and
However growth emerging or bass channel
garden tools and I
distance of one-half mile. equipment :
In addition 42CARS& Phone 473-4058 or473.43A7
waterweeds be encouraged.Ponds catfish are recommended for this
may clothes, outboard
boats with built-in tanks : after 6 I
Gardening in Fla. vary in their natural fertilityand area. Stock unfertilized ponds with enclosed tanks must have gas a Coast or LAKI LOTS AND ACREAGE--p.m. motors, swamp!> buggy and..,
no one can predict how much fertilizer fingerlings at the rate of 50 bass and other valuable extras.Follow -
K.y.ton. Heights own.rflnancR
of PoinsettiasTo B-l fire
approved Type ex I
a pond will need. You can test 500 bream and 50 catfish per acre. 10 percent in signs. Itchq 5/7

keep poinsettias from becomingvery the water yourself using a white disk Timing is also important. Stock the tinguisher. TRUCKS terest. Lots on clear sand

tall and to promote more flower nailed on the end of a stick.Submergethe bream and catfish in the fall and the of and bottomed lake, priced to FOR RENTFFICI I II
"With the evolution bigger
ing shoots start pruning and pinchingnow. disk in the pond. If is is still visibleat bass the following'! spring. with increased 174 BUICK REGAl. 1400. sell from 9900. On. to I
faster boats along :) SPACE
a depth of 18 inches you need to fer Florida'swaterways Phone 964-6974. 2tchg live acres overlooking lake : Keystone I
At this time of year. poinsettias art tilize. If it goes out of sight at about 12 multi-use recreation on has 4/30-5/7 (access. available) with Center.Approximately 420 .
growing rapidly. A compact plan: inches below the water surface, the boat operation Wl FORD FIDO PICK-UP nice. trees from $3.500. square leet. $160 per I
theCommission' month. Call
may be obtained at flowering time pond is fertile enough.If become a principal Rossignol concern said.to"It is truck. 30,000 miles. 2700. $500 down. $50 a month. Heights Realty Keystone Realtor." I
do not commercial fish Phon. 473-3722. Itchg 5/7 Commercial frontageInvestment -
rather than one with a few long un you use a intent, with the limits of our' 473.4%). tfnchg 4/2
branched canes, if the plants ar food and the disk test indicates a need our opportunity. MOBILE HOME LOT for
of all
capabilities to insure the safety .
pruned several times during th for fertilizer, use a mineral fertilizer SR21N. Owner-salesman. retired couple. Beautiful I
users", he concluded.
growing season. The new growth be such a 8-8-2, 20-20-5 or equilvalent. In waterway WANTEDCASH 473-4375. tfnchg 4/2 trees. Across from Lake -
ing made now should be cut bad this area, ponds may be fertilized at Most stocking failures are the AKC DOBERMANS-Top Geneva. $55 month. Phone '
result of condition of the fish quality only. You are Invit.d -
when the shoots are 10 to 12 inches any time of the year. However don't poor FOR GOLD. tterling, 4732879. tfnchg 4/16 1
long. Cut the shoots back, leaving four fertilize in summer if the pond has when they arrive at the pond. Be sure -- :. jewelry, diamonds coin. to visit our kennels. MOBILE HOME In lake

leaves on each shoot. This operatior growing beds of submersed to follow instructions given by the hatI i ClassifiedAds: Will visit your home 475-1228. Geneva Park. $140 and up. : 1

should be repeated every time new waterweeds. Apply 100 Ibs. per surface chery. Have a clean vesel, filled with E j anywhere. 376-5235. Mr. tfnchg WACHEMEISTER 3/5 DOBERMAN Phone 473-2379. tfnchg

growth reaches 10 to 12 inches. Do no acre of 8-8-2, 40 Ibs. of 2O20-5( ( or water from your pond with you for i i Rittrnan. tfnchg2 ONE 4.B UTILITY TRAILER 416MOBILE

cut shoots back after September 10. their equivalents per treatment. transporting the fish when you meet 'I I i CHRISTIAN COUPLE n..d trailer hitch for Dodge; HOMI--1BR with air

Pruning in this manner will produce a Even if you intend to feed your fish, the hatchery truck. j roomy old home around Aspen; tarp cover, 8'x)2': conditioning and central
nice compact plant with many you should fertilize a new pond once Channel catfish usually do not Get Results $150-200 month to r.nt. covered roof top carrier. heat. Furnished on lake : :

flowers. Pruning after September 10 before stocking.You reproduce in a bass-bream pond and *i. j Keyttone-Melroie. Phone All used one time. Like Geneva. $)ISO per month :.
will have to restock. When 4732409. 4tchg 4/30-5/21 plus utilities and damage
distribute the fertilizer
may interfere with flowering, as can new. Phone 4733162. Itpd .
poinsettias set their flower buds soon along the pond's shallow edges from restocking catfish in an established SCHOOLTEACHER NEEDS ADMIRAL FROST'FREI deposit. Phone 473-4149. ',:

after the .irst week of October.A the bank or from a boat. Ponds of 5 bass-bream pond stock 8-10 inch fish .IL' WU1I-J BABY-SITTER to come to refrigerator. SIde-by-side, Itchg 5/7
th. home Whit. Sand 3BR 2BA HOME-MOO) ft. "
otherwise bass will eat smaller on scj.
of larger best be fertilizedby any 21.8 cu. ft. $500. Only 2
acres can
of .
teaspoon epsom salt applied catfish. Bradford Vldio needs Lake. Monday-Friday 7 Fully equipped kitchen ,:
along with the fertilizer may benefit placing opened sacks of fertilizeron The Soil Conservation Service sales reps for summer a.m. to 3:30: p.m. Two tad- "FRICIOAIRB years old. 473-4581. 4tchc CH/A. W/W carpet. One
the poinsettia plant. Epson salt a platform 12 to 18 inches under the dl.rs. Infant. Need FLAIR" 40" lot Silver ;
supplies one acre on lake with
(SCS) can determine if pond months. Commission electric
water the bottom thepond's your range. Includesbase .
magnesium to the plant. When or on pond near own lake AvailableJune
transportation. Salarynegotiable. privileges.
meets Fish and Wildlife Service able
edge. Remember once stan- and bonus. Must be stainless steel glideIn -
magnesium is limited. plant leaves you Referencespreferable. 8. $325 month. Phone
begin dards and order fish for you. SCS can to work 5-6 days per burners, two eye-level
may become yellow. fertilizing or feeding, you Phon. 1-376-0392 days,
Poinsettias are not subject to many should continue to do so regularly.For also provide you with a list of commercIal week, afternoon and 473-4281. 2tchg3057 glass door ovens. Excellent 1-377-9829 evenings.. Ask
hatcheries where condition. Delivered
insect and disease pests. Most insect more informtion on fish pond you may evenings. 269-2820 :LEANING WORK..win for Bob. llnchg 5/7 -
obtain fish and unloading not Included.
problems are easily controlled with management contact the Soil Conservation give you informationon Orange Park 2tcha5/7-5/H clean your home office or $350.475-2365. 5/7 STORE FOR HINT.-
Service through the BradfordSoil pond construction and manage- Keystone-Melrose IIchg 900 ft..
cottag. approximately
malathion sprays. Copper sprays will PIGS FOR so,
Phone _ ISO pound.average
ment. 964-6280. f
generally solve most leaf disease pro- and Water Conservation.\ District t ; oreo. 473-7082.: ltpdS7INSURANCE ., ,,,473-707,.' ,in front of new post office.
blems. .. ., at964-628OExt,289.. __...............:I...P.i 3jtQMHuntJey, """I/IA.I\II OWM I .. 2tchg. .,. Phnne 473.214hoML'. j
jt .. ..? .. .? wO' .. .. ...., -... !\ 'J\OU II : -= _u,0, :' ':.. ? _" !!." O'; .-VV """ "- ""_ I--_ "- .

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7:30: p.m.

Starke Shriners This year the Starke Shriners have Redfearn's "73-7028

Fund Raising DriveIn set a goal of 10000.00 to be raised VICES Fine furniture porc.laln. household items jewelry mewIng jonCoun
from their chicken dinner. Various ..
Full SwingPlans 473-4340 machines antiques collectibles etc. r < x-cN -
Shrine parade units will be coming into Thurs.-Sun.

are well under way for the Starke for the parade bringing an 0 or FLEA MARKET 11 a.m. 6 !>>.m. HELP WANTEDJOBS FOR SALE PERSONAL .

Starke Shrine Club's annual paradeand estimated total of 2.000 people with 473-4252 (Inside) 473-7181 .

chicken dinner on Saturday, May them. This year the club hopes to sell Have your garage sale with us or op.n your own business OVERSEAS Big money OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES SERVICES

23.Last an estimated 2,500 chicken dinners. Repairs Of Major for lust $4.00 a day. First week FREE on monthly rental. last $20.000 to S50.0OO GIFTSSee Union

year the Shriners served so The Starke Club extends an invitation Electric Appliances Crafts people & artists welcome. No charge to charities plus per year. Call County Times open Mon CUSTOM MADE

many chicken dinners they ran out of to all citizens of Bradford County Serving BradforaXBHCKtV" ; arMe sac. Is available. 17168426000. Ext. 5005. day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. ORAPERIESiFreeestimates..

cooked chicken. This year they will and surrounding counties to come and Counll.t"'JJO! I << \ / GAME ROOM OPENING SOON IIpd S/7. to 5 p.m., Wednesday- distributors local
have 2 lines serving chicken outside enjoy the parade, which will begin :. lawrenco Blvd.-- -- Downtown i keystone Heights on Consignments closed Thursday and Fri complel.lywoshable
:Jrtejysto'ne'! :
the Starke Elementary School. promptly at 11 a.m. from Bradford Highway, one block S. of Hwy 100 Acc.pl.d day 8:30 a.m. till noon. See advertised nationally Gardsette

George Pierce a local attorney and Square Shopping\ Center: and enjoy a. our 1/2 price table of Draperies. SAW Enter .
Shriner, has agreed to head up the delicious chicken dinner which will be MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY selected gift Items. prises.Id' 'or Lama .

outside cooking. Noble Pierce has served from 12 noon to 4 p.m. : 160 S. lake Ave.. Lak. 3/12. Stephen. 4963253.
several Rotarians. who are non- Butl.r. 496-3978. Complete U FT. MITCHELL) with 70 HP' 5/l/BOTFN. .
Shriners, who have agreed to help Professional! -.c Insurance Service. TFN tilt M.rcuryengine trailer: good and condition.magic LOCAL RESIDENT: 't.lalriZIO/ )A

cook and serve chicken for this worthwhile buys and sells Kenmor. .
cause. Our community can WANTEDMOBILE fishing or eking boat. ...
Whirlpool rn'Machin.s
$3,000. Washing
take pride in this effort! that brings ServicemenRicky Garnet uleanrng day thru Call.964-5409 Saturday 8 Mon > Service u..
arn11toS (
Shriners and non-Shriners working HOMES WANTED Except Wed. 'charge-SIO. Phone ""
together for the benefit of crippledand ,_ Will pay cash for your used 496-32M p.m. alter. TFN416. or 4963696. 3tchg 4/33. 4/30 ,'t- ",'
.4 -- 4-I. lp.m.
burned children. Residential mobile home. Ray Powell The Starke area now has five R. Carroll & Commercial 4963377. TFN 4/16. JEEPS. 'CARS TRUCKS REDUCE SAFE and last wMh )""'

children receiving tender loving care Completes Course available through Government .. GoBese Cap..le'l"d"d. ) -=-
of Shrine Doctors at Shrine Hospitals. Auctions In .E-Vop /;water pIllar!,'An. I
Citizens can be assured that all Airman Ricky R. Carroll. son of Mr. W. Da.'t U.. Vsur ,... REAL"ESTATE area. Many sell for under your drews brugs..22S W. Main, .,q I

money collected by the Starke and Mrs. Roy Carroll of Brooker. has 1 I EI.atrloilJ. W. hat / $200. Call 602-941-8014 Lake Butler. 2tpd 4/1303/,7# mltiZ! I

Shriners will be spent entirely for the graduated from the U.S. Air Force Ysur Wal.r. ext. 8629 for your directoryto SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: Pump
treatment of these unfortunate weapon mechanics course at Lowry ..OOKNG'fOIT{ a special purchase. 4tchg 4/23 out septic tanksphoneAlbert

children. No money is retained by the Air Force Base, Colo. "UOy piece of prop.rty If I 4/305/75/14. Andrews4962043.2tchq ; \. i
Starke Shrine Club for anything. Graduates of the course learned ail work done'. from our special equipped.' truck MU stiinat., don't have It. I'll find It If72 CHEVY NOVA-SSi 5/7 5/14.. ." :

how to load and unload weapons usedin carpet a Rug.Cleaning.Fir Juit ask. ...-JANE S. USHER. Power steering, FOR RENT Store. .
Starke Shriners were recently Fire % 'iguijerpanpge' Pet Stains a odor powerbrakes Appro. ;
recognized by Morrocco Temple for Air Force aircraft, and earned REALTOR 496-2126 or runs good. excellent 5 mil., from KeystorwenmSR2I. .
the collected from various credits toward an associate degree in 1> ':? 496-2903. .v.... Your condition. Call Old Gllsson Bait "oof..:...
fund-raising money drives throughout 1980. A applied science through the Community ( ... ,Q! :. .Teal Tile I CarD att Union County R.altor. tin 4963194. Itchg 5/7. and Tackle Store. :t

total of$11.500.00 was turned in for the College of the Air Force. > ., 13tJ.cnerrvst.; 964.7"423 36. PET FOR SALE 1 English Changeable: sign optionable. ::;
Carroll c' Bulldog, with
year. will now serve at Platt. AAA registered Call 473-2378 or ::.0"':
sburgh Air Force Base. N.Y. papers asking $100. "73-2108.3/12 tin.

I Looking for } REALESTATEAGENCY Phone496-2338. 1 Ichg 57. ,.-..
!;! good r
usea furniture. HOMES now : _..=:i::.:.:: .p'...
Ph.752.0577 developing. Large lake to.
Will buy one pieceor Sampson one ol the FORYOIJRREAl. :
entire house SAVE $3O.OO OFFERS: area' largest and clear ESTATE NEEDS :

hold. Fenced yard lakes Great privacy. 3 IN UNION COUNTY .:;

shade Ir_.. 3 BR. I I model home to vI.w. .It.sld.ntlolAcr.av.Commercial :::;

On Our NEW w/central air. low DP. low Prices start at 4950000. :,....;,
Family Portrait Plaque monthly payments tc Call Bob Harris 473-3133) Call :

STEVE BROADWAY. qualified buy.r In Show's or 964-5533 Financing Venera
; .
$40.00 :: addition. available. VA no money Realtor-Associate ;::
TREE SERVICE VALUe$9 glJ down. 4/23 Stchg 5/7. .
NO IAn Spanish decor 3 BR. 1W Becently 496-3022 .
redecorated. Low AID SALE i for Church of Tiffin and Owens.lnc.
Removal : monthly payments :tc God. Parrish Food Store. Realtors 3::

; IL qualiiied buy.rs. Saturday May 9. beginning !:

Trimming t!=:: BxlO Professional Color Portrait at.9 a.m. I tchg 5/7. Riverfront & River access ".. i

S west of Providence Iota.<
acres :::
Free Estimates I mounted on'a SOLID WOOD 10x13 Ideal for doublewlde. IIOCSK FOR S.\1..:: ."

I *. Notary service Brick. central air and 80 beautiful j.
473-4732 Plaque for a lifetime of enjoyment.fora heat, .3 BR. 2 Bath. cleared acres,
partly river
: :
After 5 I limited time this $4O.OO -After Hours W/W carpet. New :
p.m. .. roof. chain link fence. access owner finance. :'i
Keystone Height I -, value. may be yours for ONLY ''John Realtor langiord Associate,Jr. land More with than fruit one acre of 100 acres, good :::
.r.- I ,. $9.95. Only one special per 4'"''14 ,Call: 496-3646 pasture or crop land, t:
winding creek good :

HOME FOR SALE I family please. I Rift Cett of ..... i;t ,.. ,..., investment. .. I

bath Hampton home Nice on country 2BR..1 t\ VISIT OUR STOKE Lake Butler Apartment, Like Butler, Florida may 10 acres, gJ"ealliite for :::

setting in convenient have the answer you have been looking for.... home, nice large :;:
AND MAKE YOURrppnonq trees.
downtown section. .,,. Now taking applications for I BR. 2 BR. 3 BR A 4 I :

Pretty lot with large S'_ APPOlffTMENTNOWI BR July occupancy. Lake Butler'Apartments offers 10 heavily wooded : !

detached witha :- ,,- J r. CALLS PLEASE: eeatral heal and air; wall-to-wall carpeting kitchen acres
garage *
., ; -'a :
variety of possibleuses. ..;. --,.- -__ o.i\\ I .appliances. and on-iite laundry .fidllties. The units ..'

Excellent financing Our;representative will be scheduting a liztrpjappoIntmentg at the following locations: -wen-designed and spacious. 20 acres just what i'
'"" T.ot those who qualify there I. a federally funded you need. 3 .
available. Wednesday, May S thru SMif Y"kUf9'lo f. acres : :
'iC' .... suMidy program available rent la based cleared
Call For Details and \ whereby on ::: .
B anor U. Cannon \ I Artt .. ; i L Income. I IFlcaae ..'' ,

Realtor 375-3488. Wednesday.l\lay; 1 ..thr.s 'y Wy.lJ Vj 4 writJoe.More 'Uforatallo lad application Call for additional Information

or 372-14C9 ,South Walnut Street. Starke f f ,k? ,.. ... .. .Augustine.Ca'a del Florida MarApartmentState 32084 ". \ "'.' .Road 3. St. : .. i;: .
.nz.4se1-1OTr The above datea
tfn foracftettuflhg ippon. .1'ou: ( [Benufcte within I to 2 uwrtks appointment Equal; H6ualtig Opportunity .of 496-3022 i.1. 4

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Bo'building. FRI.&SAT.b.hlnd from Tackle 10 COOL SEAL "FOR"TRAILER. .PLYMOUTH*Small Y-$,, NEEDEDt Duties,I'v light refrigerators. for sale., Best PARADISE IN THE PINES: frontswim, ski fish. 3 BR.

a.m.! ko S p.m. 4/23 4tpd TOPS 'materials labor ,:Good .tires;, good point; ,housework, assist with K fler. ,9t,<4-73$7j 5/7 3tchg. Almost "pew 2 bedroom. 2 bath. central heat and '

5/14. furnished.' $75.00. ,,53.000 ml.., Must sell GoIng ,car. of Invalid. Call 5/21.AIR "I I I. dream home on 2V4 acres, air oil appliances carpet, TruiiHe19arREALTY
.468.2063.5/7 2tpd 5/14. FOUR drapes. $350 mth.
In. service I per
YARD SALEs 431.1827.16 1
Quality \ productive oc. garden; "
964-7184. 5/7 '
BILL'S SAW 473-3064 alterS p.m. Itchg amp. Available( for 'lease June 1.
clothing. bedspreads n.w SHOPt Campleesharpening FOR SALE tfncht new grape arbor; big Phone 1-744-227S after S .
5/7. .
3' six. pool filter (jewelry service, cir and
SURPLUS JEEPi Value $3196. 2 HOLSTEIN COWS 1 J.r..y workshop utility and on weekends tfchg
misc. 'Items. Weal end of cular'hand., 'Corbld,< "
Also building. A real pleasureto _
chain! Sold for .,$44. Cell NEWSPAPER coWl heavy springers. 4/23. ..
blade .
Griflls loop. Thur. S Fri. mower hollow USED .
< colts. 964-7065. see. 31500. Call David
705 for .I'\lr.lold 2 BR TRAILER $100.00 mth.
(May 7 & 8)). 964-8950. Itpd ground and b&anced.Leave information 3127421143. Ext.on #how to ALUMINUM' PLATES) 24 x' Itchg 57"'STIREO..HONIC Bruce Mills Realtor No children or pets. $50 h, PHONE 964-7776
57. at Building 36" 23' each. Bradford
GARAGE SALE: Sat. 8-6 p.m. Supply In Starke Keystone purchase bargains like: County Telegraph, records"ORGAN Associate, Evenings, security dep. 964.5161. TERWIUIGAR 205 N. Tempo, Starke
/ this! 4g4tpdS7.WANTED. with "rhythm ; 473-3586. JANET M. STARL. Itchg 5/7. ..
S SUN. 1.6 p.m. Din.tt.s.t. Height or Lake Butler. ., '9646305. tin condition! Perfect APART. t"A
sofas, chairs, color TFchg TRUCK TOPPERS. 1199 IN.
for; adults and.youngsters 3/19 Hn. MENTi Couples only. No
TV's beds, Iln.nsb..pr.ad.
too. Comes wIth( Instruc. after
"" """""" 1 1911 MOBILE HOMES pets 964-8429 6 p.m.
door and side win-
dishes opening tion book. $250 00 Phone 5/7.
shotguns, fan., clothes Phone 764-3149 or 964-7614. GOOD PRICESTAID for used dow. One year warranty. 9645471. tin 4/:23.'REGISTERED payments starting at 9 Itpd BR TRAILER ON KINCSIEY
toys A lamps. Cloverset- TFchg mobile hornet If mortgage Beosley Bargains. QUARTER $137.00 per month. John
LAKE A/C. cent.
tl..' Farm 7 mi. south of .'REMODELING. BUILDING Is 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S 473.4521. tfnchg 12/11. HORSE 7 :old. Good on Brown Mobile Home Year-round! rental.
Starke on Rd. 100. Itpd REPAIRS. New kitchens, MOBILE HOME SALES. NURSERY STOCK Shade and barrels-Would yrs be goodpleasure Center 4733775.49 No Deposit Call

5/7. baths,family rooms. Brick 964-5M6. Open 7 days flowering trees, horse.,;:Selling for tfnchg. 533-2366.required. Itchg 5/7.pets.

YARD SALEi FRI. S SAT. 9 block, concrete. Fireplace weekly. TFchg evergreens; hedge plant.; $900. Call 964-5352 alter 6 SAVEh Buy direct from fac NICE CLEAN. FURNISHED 4
a.m. to 5 p.m. 323 N. specialists. Griflls Con.. WANTED Mobile home axles analeas, IB", 24" gal. 4/30 2tpd 5/7. tory. Prices start at 12 bath and
Church St. next to H.alth struction. Phone 4732108or and tire.. Will pick up. cans $1.50)each; camellias REPOSSESSED p.m. Singer 900. wide $6,995; 14' wide porch.rooms No children.private No I.-

Dept. Close out of croft 473-2378. TFchg OLIN'S MOBILE HOME In bud and bloom; palms; One of Singer's top $7,995 double wldes pets. Phone) 964-8071 f
supply store. macram., SEWING MACHINES SALES 964-3606. Open 7 fruit tr..s-p.ach. nectarine models. Originally sold for 12995. Come by and see Itchg 37.KITCHENNETTES. desirable different
Starke Fla. A ,
ceramic & wood beads. REPAIRED.. All make. days a week. TFchg persimmon pear ov.r $500. Pay off balance large selection of mobile EFFICIENCY BRADFORD
styrofoam forms, plastic cleaned, oiled and ad- WANTED: Used tools both plum apple, fig; blueberry due $141.20 cash or homes. Community Mobil. APARTMENTS. Weekly lifestyle. Prices .tort at $33,4001
$15. Work and * * *
lusted. mechanics citrus
beads, silk flowers papertole carpenters. plant.; ; hanging assume payments of Home Sales. US-301 North. 4 mthly rotes. Temple
doll faces, craft guaranteed. Jam. Phone 964-8331 or baskets and potted house month. Whit. AT LASTS! Brand new spacious brick home on over an
$13.90 per Stork. 9648741. 4/9 Motel. 964-7357. 3/7 Stchg
books. assorted clothes. Strickland corner MorganRd. "68-1551.9/11 tnchg plants. Get these now. Sewing and Appliance tfnchg. 5/21. acre fot with frees at Country Club f. .'... 3 BR 2 8. family

1 tpd 5/7. and Hwy-16. TFchg WANTED. Mobile Home Ax O.C. CARNES NURSERY 23 room with f/replace. living room separate dining/
Center, Archer Square, 3 BEDROOM CEMENT block' 3 BR. 1 BA, LIVING ROOM
GARAGI SALE 610 Colley CHAIN LINK FENCE Install' I... Paying the best pric. ml. SE of Stork. on Hwy Gainesville, .. phone ft kitchen room. garage double thermal window panes. R 22 Insulation
ed. Free estimates. for condition ax''... Florohome. Phone home In Stark. Central dining room ,
Road In Starke, Friday. ) Handy. good 100 at 376.4466 3/7 Itchg central heat and air. In beautiful kitchen with sfovs D/W. refrfg.
Man Fence Co. 9648559. 964-8331. 9/11 tnchg 659-2165. Closed Mon go. heat, fireplace air fl'/i Intores' -
Saturday, 8 a m. to 6 p.m. on REPOSSESSED TV Console Phone 468-1779. lovely carpets J.9M. Mortgage $51,055.
Larg. fiberglass tool box, TFpd. 6181.TYPEWRITER. WANT TO BUY used day. 2/12 tfnchg. model 25" color, under laundry. workshop attached ((1st months rent In advance monthly pay. $569. Must qualify.
REPAIRi. Call and adding NEW CARPET, NEW 6 USED garage. 30's 964-8483.
flat bed trailer, 2 1100 x IS typewriters warranty. Pay balance due ) 5/7 tfnchg.APARTMENTS * * *
mud grip., shoes, drestes, the Office Shop. 110 W. machines. Must be In Furniture S Appliances. $187.30 cash or payment of rfnchg 4/9. FOR RENT LAKE BROOKLYN Adorable 2 BR I Bath Beard Batten
Call St., Slarke for details, condition Plumb' fixtures and NEW HOMES-LAKEFRONT:
other working pipes. deck
dog things. $1866 per month. Whit. exceptionally clean well home with kitchen "living area, screened porch
Phone 9645453. 1Ichg 517. 964-3764. tfn. 964-5764. tfn 2/12. BARGAIN CENTER, US 301 Sewing and Appliance overi' acre lot. on maintained Efficiency beautiful Lake Brooklyn CfMA W/W
South, 9646679. beautiful Sampson Lake .
LARGE 2-FAMIIY YARD Center Archer Square ($145 mo.) 9645065. Cove carpet $4I.'OO Own. fin. $34.500 12* for IS years
SALE Fri. 5-8 p.m. Sat. ft Doors, window., etc. : for elderly TFNchg Gainesville, phone 45 mlns. to Jacksonville.See 301 North. Starke.
Sun. from 9-6 p.m. Plants JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY gentleman (In excellent REGISTERED QUARTER 3764466. 5/7 Itchg our model home to Apt. 3/7. mo. pay. $414.06. Hurry
TFNchg * * *
964-6078. Orders also condition). Room & board HORSES Race horses
clothing appliances, day. VA-no down.
MICROWAVE OVEN money HOME FOR RENTi clean, H. of CH4A.I2 .
brick home with 2000
taken In Lake Butler' furnished with salary. brood mare with fold by large appro sq.
dishes, TV some ceramic of Call today. 9645533.23 .
Assume payments well maintained, furnishd Ibedrooms
items. 7 ml. east of Starkeon 496-3079 and Keystone Write Rt. 1. Box 622, lake side, riding horse. All well $13.07 per month or pay tfnchg 5/7. 2 BR house A/C yard .20 carport. 112 utility" 6.7 stoop 2 full baths.

Route 100. Turn right on H.lght.473.973.. 2/26 Butler, FL 32034 or call bred. Phone 468-I 576 after balance due of $249.00ca.h. 2BR MOBILE HOME furnished maintenance provided. kitchen/family room with fireplace carpeted1ft
SR-18. First place on right. tin. 964-7454 alter 5 p.m. 5/7 7:00: p.m. 4/9 tfn. 4 D*- paved driveway, 'fenced $45,000 with estummob'e -
warranty. garage, storage .h.d. $225 p/mth. 964.5975 after
NEW AND USED WATER 3tchg 5/21. LIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi mortgage.Lovely .
ltchg5/7. Whit. Sewing and Appliance enclosed porch; I acrefenced 4 p.m. TFNchg. 5/7. + + + + + + + + + 1,
GARAGE SALE SAT. May 9- CONDITIONERS Sales and PART TIME SALES. loads only. ALLEN E. Center. ArcherSquare ( ), many extras. 12x70 3BR MOBILE HOME large antique Brick home situated on a beautifully '
from 8 to 6 Misc. Items Service. Call for free wateranalysis MANAGER Evenings"::30 TAYLOR. lawtey. Phone Gainesville, $18,300. 9646490. 4/30 $165 mth. plus deposit. Applications landscaped acre In Conerly Estates. A quiet, secure
8 women's clothes, and Information 8:30.: Salary A go. 7823172. 4/23 tfchg. beautiful home witheverything
men phone 37 -4 66. 5/7 tchg 1976 MOIORHOME 28' now being lifestyle yet near all convenlenees-a/
964-3673 3/12 tfn. allowance. Call Florida 1953 GMC TRUCK Restored
dinette set living room MOBILE HOME LOTS 1, 2. 8 taken. Call 964-3734 alter 4 !
oil heater and NEED YARD WORK DONE Times Union from 9:00-5:00: : 6 cyl.. standard transmission long. Lifetime Made byChrysler * * *
suite space 3 acre lots. (Laura Bapl. S p.m. for more information. Goldhead State Pork some timberpower -
Honest and dependable 9645165. Itchg 5/7. $3.850. Will consider Corp. Sleeps or 10 acres near
tank. Everything must gol p.m. Church," Rd.) 9647286. 5/7 ha.it. 2 Itchg 57.CRESCENT. running creek Ideal homsslte $IB.995
210 Bradford St. Saratoga person who needs the ROUTE CARRIER needed for part in trod. Phone 6, own generator pole
Heights. 1Ichg a/7. money I Call 964-5308 after delivery of the GainesvilleSun 964-8503 after p.m.30 3tchg 521.HOMES holding tanks, full bath SAND CASTLE BEACH APART-THE with aswmmoble mortgage of Sf 0,259 @110 'ma. pay.

500: C.W. Taylor. In the Starke-Klngsley 4tchg 521.GARAGE heat A air, stereo SI 19.29.
GARAGE SALEs THUR. FRI., p.m. MENTSs Spacious, oceanfront * * *
3 SAT. (May 7, 8 ft 9)) 1222 4/30 2tpd 5/7. Lake area. Must be over DOORS-NEW throughout deluxe model. 1 8 2 BR units from City lot with small frame home fneeds some repair)
Bradford St. 8 1226 Brad. Has only
$115 weekly. Families $7600. cash. * * *
ford St. Refrig.. Any age. Located on E.Brownl. transportation and pay STEEL 9W x 8 H; 8W x ml..E.c.lI.n'cond.$12.000 Continental
guns welcome! Call Patty at Valuable property on 301 ad/ocenf to /
.. St. Call 964-8653. cash bond. Good port time 6'6"H 8' x B' Fiberglas, 9' x
tools bocks, etc. clothes. ; firm. Call .
BUY THE MODEL home and ?.2t6,1284trhn S/7 Telephone Inquire' about details.
look for Itpd 5/7. ltchg5/7. Income. For more information 8 8'wx69"H, $150 each. 9646823. Itchg 5/7.
signs $1 500.00 rebate * * *
receive a Extra cash
WITH AN FHA OR VA loan call 964-8170. llchg Also, 40 wood columns,
SALE FRI. ft SAT. 301
YARD din.
2 I.. I BA
if by room Our finest commerc/alproperty(across from Holiday Inn).
North. Turn left 29th you can buy build. or 3/7. round & square Bargain I at closing you occupy we buy cans S.JOLb
Ave. Used doors on., windows refinance your own home. BRADFORD VIDEO needs Reinforcement Rod 3/8", July. 1981 -3 BR-2 Bath- furnished Ing room ori A porch.2 lots Partly with Also other metals :200'on 301 wit" 1.61 ocr. Use ,our'.aglnallonl I Terms.
Del Forest Circular * * *
kitchen cabinet with Contact Phillips MortgageCo. office manager for one) 250 pcs. $1.40 ea. Interior Casa Turn Trash into Cash
sink baby bed. 73 Vega ., P.O. Box 744 Shelby- person office. Management door |lamb and casing. pro- Drive all energy efficient well. 964.3751. 5/7 3tpd Bradford Recycling Forest Heights Rd. I6W .appro. IS acres or 30 lots .

wagon. '68 Mustang, lawnmowers ville, TN. 37160. or locally: experience in public hung unit. fiberglas, light /i acre lot -Be the 1st In FOR RENT (N. Temple Ave.) !41500. * * *

bicycles, tools, J.R. Kelly. 9647700. Itchg business preferred. Must walnut finish ,$12.00 per Slarke'wUnest residential 964-5938 1320 E. Storing. 1700 sq. 5$. home 3 BR I/I. nice 'lot.
5/7. be able to deal with set. 8' Flourescent light fixture Call 964-5539 Still BUARC
lots misc. 964-6743. ItpdWANTED peopfe. area Operated By * * .
BAKER CP-OAS'INC'FiPyi"ri "' Call Mr. Porter ((904)) I with" plastic cover, ; : MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE -- stales Two one acre lets. ,'#1
Conerly pretty
mobile homes
.- ...... 1ts.atRIck.:,94.5i8f 423BRAiD and spaces for rent1 Phone- wJ1Drililnq * * *
e V C te p cc situated
brick home of the Country Club
( and services. Phone gas with knowledge of hard. 4 PUPPIES I : ''/< German, 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING 4 BR. 28 large
2596812. Lawtey ward. No calls. 3 male. I" I and sleepIng on 1.75 acres, fenced buck yard.
plant phone Shepherd -
... .
NURSING HOME needs full. 782-3349. 3/7 4tpd 5/28.. please. Apply In person 'female.. $10.00 .0. room, TV and Air hru 6" * * *
time LPN or RN nurse for CHILD CARE IN MY HOME. only. Acme Hardware, 301 964.8057 alter p.m. Itchg MINI Underwood Motel 3 miles Lot 42 Sampson lake Shores has light polo and septic tank

4.12 shift. Call,.9646220.. Night. from 3-12. Monday East Call St. ((8-30-3:30: 5/7. North of Stork. on Hwy Fast Rotary and a Hoi Hum frailer $16.700. Very best f/shlngf

1 0/9 tnchg through Friday. Hot mealsA p.m.) Itchg 5/7. VEGETABLES-YOU PICKI 301. 10/9 tnchg Drilling Equipment * * *
DAY CARE ATTENDANT TLC. Call 9645703.. 5/7 RN OR LPN NEEDED 3-11 or Squash and tender green STORAGE MOBILE HOMES: Two and 3.85 nIce acres on 301 N for 19850. Highly" deilrablel'

needed to plan. coordinate Itchg. 1 1-7 shift (with differentialpay beans. NOW ready.Kersey NOW RENTING three bedrooms; clean. ..... JAIg.ctp..I ... *"* * *

activities. Experience, current ). Port time or full time. Farm: Phone 964-5088. Highway 16 and 225. New Attractive, California" redwood 1600 sq. ft. home with attached .

1st aid TB test. CARS Phone 284-5606. Green llpdS/7. $700 & Upor. owners formerly Whites. .....JPujrnjaa! ....... garage solar' hot water .heater fireplace and 57
physical, own transportation Cove springs Geriatrics 10 HP RIDING MOWER t 468-1323.,8/12 tfn. acres of prime property. Owner f/nonce.
TRUCKS Laura St. & RcLIOQ LAROi 2 BR HOUSE unfur. New
good personality A Used
Center. 5/7 2tchg 5/14. GARDEN TRACTOR * * *
over 21 required. Call LOOKING FOR DRUMMERFOR -Complete with attachments tarke 473-2755 nished. Located on SR-235 Mint condition home 2244 ft. CHJA close to schools*
533-2 71' crft."630.: 4/30 1974 DODGE MOTORHOMEi country ft western : disc turn plow. "-.tnJrtjilounliy., Call 964-363O SalesPartsServicePlumbing sq.

I. Phone>9648807... 4/30 4tpd band. Call after 6:00: p.m., cultivator t trailer. Itpd ',i.wrttf.e, Ip'.m.'llpdS/' ?. hopping.' Hove to,:*.*. * *
BUSINESS fcS/21. : 964-6346. Ask for Johnny. For Sale. LL ............E-Z. ..Terms. ........... Best located motel In town 24 units $169,000 with
1975 .PICKUr, (CHEVY>: 'loadi 1 man owner 225 Electra I I -.-VACUUM S55.000 down balance financed at low. low, Interest
0,1I81IIIES, i' -.4I./ new tires.'A-1; shape! Buick, ';;'"an'r:;:'. ;:T .
For Sale .l't -.j.jIDIIIIJ LIt" roh
* *
3 o 964-7242, 4/30 2tchg 3/7 .
1979 Guerdon "Statler" 47 OO miles new llres,looks like
AM Vf AY/SHAKIJ1E 1979 FORD .FAIRMONT.)( ; n4.W- "USED Developers dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty of
( _
"ID''" l"II. ,,,..-,->,. ., double wide 24X60 AECOVEInriP n"n 1 man owner New Installation
DISTmon IJlM9I'SI'' MI.a"'dI / -'d oar, . F-. "' 1it1, ce our own. timber roads $60.000 with" $15,000 down owner will
trailer. 3 bedrooms 2 #I farm all Super C Tractor -
4ivjMh,, former iPio- .rCdio Iqw _mtdQe Remodeling Repairs .
loin nClir..u\ I :iwhalil.httst < br( % I * * *
start t Hbo/fndre profitable 9CAMARO 5OA' EJ4 Take up payments Lake City Local Dlst. good nhape,new paint jobfjffijl J IIJ II tbt 's Worthington' Spring Restaurant and 2 loft $19,500.
com nyYill you frw.t* 1OtyeUfJime 'or.p..d.OIIp88r". tra'(lon $186.61 per month at Archie Tanner Funeral to go. C.H. Nasworthy EUREkAS .;.
hou fof'meMo *-0rs. 'Aag'wh..II etc 12.34% interest. Call Home call t"Ingi I PREFERRED PROPERTIES
-964-5386 or
-"n noon evan ,
shovfer. you the "real dif ;N..ds'minor body work.: 964-6386. 0&4-5737 Slack. FIr fs-rft iEiECTROLUXifcllEENS *4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees $*,000.

OMW. p.Itdr'Nt.a7.II-Ueo. 1 U3990.. Phone' 4732136riichg571 -' .' __ \ & *40 acres Lawt.y area $42.000-Owner finance.

4/3 5whqS38.pgn_ ") .. I _\ New modern CB store 301 Lawtey 52000. Owner fin.

PrbISc6thJdrsgsSUU1WTAXE' -1 -' PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICED; IS S SUPPLY Beautiful Bessent Rd. lot-I33'x250'.

F"; Ii =. ..- All Types Insured I COMUCIAL,1w COMPANY *5 acres approx. 9 miles west of tarke-St. Rd. 100.

; Semi-Truck Driven... J FREE ESTIMRTES t !rj.iiU.make.. .......................... *Lawtey 301-CB store-S19.500.own.fIn.
!_ *Lot on E. Call St. Call for details.
enoriq >lnor .' 5 Or Heavy Equipment" Call Thomas D. NtHUs 'AL YOUNG'S 864 N. *7 1-acre lots, Brownlee Rd. 4000A. 20% down/12

H1'r3O1S.964-6O2O!. 0 Op.ratart TOil-MEl Start' locally. .....'31 .Like BufferTirife I."" *606 W. Adklns-House S 50' x 100' lot 12500.

JXlO.thru 12X50 I t.soo.s..3: 6461 : I 'S1nt* 19S7 Temple Ave. *Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel carpel. 32900.

"964-6918 Starke *Call St. commercial" 100' x 190' Owner fin. $9,900.

.io ,. .....".................,.......n........... 5.5 acres near Presb.,..Church t hospital-make offer.
IN BROS. -I : ,... 3 miles north ofm.f.vSe.nUS3OI 964-7061 20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed.

*43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin lodge"40000.
FOR SALE Sti :ardln-Owner
I V *4.78 Acres Rd. 230A Wilson Rd. 11700.

964-6750 *Country Club lot 110" 383' nice location $10.000.
[ | estern North Carolina Mnts. x -
... _,
t ACRES Fronts SR12I and graded rood Owner. Of' Busy Call ft Water St. lot 335' x'"' Owner fin. $19,800.

financed. East of lake Butler. LANDCLEASHDOZER ? __ r .. SEPTIC TANKS... .. Hundreds of Opportunities 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg.' on Rd. 14E Owner fin.

WORK LARGE & S SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED t. $500 mo. Income four. turn r.ntal.-Colla Bay 55,000.
3 BDRM -Brick home plu. 2 acres on lovely country: 'FILL DIRT LIMEROCK ,DRAINFIEIDS BELAID'"' I** '. ;-1 '

rood w/w carpet cent H/A. Attractive. yard. ,. many :PONDS DUG .FILL DIRT ,:, U1/A* --pt < J, :Only A Day Away Realtor A..oclat.-Aft.r Hours

fruit and pecan trees Raiford area. : ,ROADS BUILT .SEPTIC TANK Sl/PlPLIES./ *V small Wayne E. Douglas- Broker-Salesman- 94-653
acreage priced
COVERED' 'e. ...... Byron Terwlltegar-964-777 Martha Dorko-712-3397 I
3 BDRM Brick home on '/> acre, corner:property., Immediate L ... $1000 acre and up Many parcels to Marlene. Roberts-964-1505 Gerrl Lennon-496-3140 |
occupancy, Raiford area., .. \r..H choose from. Ann.Terwlllegar Nelson-475-1677 "
Invest the Best. It Saves More 1i
SECLUDED 3 Sdrm; '2"Sath h"m. 'with 14 Ac.-.., 105 'acres mountain land, state road ..

pasture, woods pond..fenced & co.s fenced. Has trl. Applicant. ...4. access, lots of water, all wooded, $675 -_-_- -- j

hookup on property. 'Beautiful, yard. fruit trees. I Applications 'are now rb .. : f ..i4'j \ i 'per'-acre, owner terms. Alls ( t'i Rt'Sllltl MOBILE HOME ,

Owner financed.,Also hot swimming,pool and lIon.fireplace. being accepted for the *"Trout stream, '3 acres with 300 feet INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS oj

Many extras. Must See.! following training
pro-- : on stream good access 'and also spr- :
grams. Right (
LAKE VIEW,_ 3 Bdrm,,.2 .Both.! spacious home with I. Classroom Training : ; "I 'S'k'L ing drinking water. $13500.00 .1 MOBILE.: ,HOME. POLICIES SAT

separate apartment Home has w/w.carpet. cent. 2.On-th-job<< Training ;I \ 'n Qi. ,,' \'\(' Campground, 16 acres 50. sites 2600 SERVICE: [: ',POLES" i
icreened-iin.. for ; REASONABLE
HA. Eat-in kitchen 'large rec. room.JrVell :|1.Adull; Work KxPjrrimcr : 1 : ;100" "t MP.i" RATES t
landscaped. Owner may i help WIh! : financing. ,".'. .. J. '. '" a. ..\ ... .-., feet rjver front US Highway frontage _

mediate occupancy. < ,,4 TheSe training programs t : : $12 oo.00 Owner terms. 'JJ $! ... Olin's Mobile

a"J J ) 1 "' are funded'under B WLiN'Q': 7-; 'Unit!i : Motel & Restaurant 3+ ;..1O.0AMP.. .. Home SalesFREE j
40 ACRES Heavily wooded some. pasture. the Comprehensive "' 'i 2j$:
owner, financing! available, Employment &',.train t:: 'tes,. 'US Four, lane' frontage "Cil l.lttitim: 1--_

ingUaify4ereonsidrra Act.lCETA)J-To .-J I :; ,. : 4$225000.00 Owner,terms'@ 10%. ; Phone 9615606EIoineM.'Ohn
LOVELY 3 Bdrm.: 7 both': ho .'anh aerejwltrr! o dic.tional I < \ iif.y .\ t ( '(l 'lft.\Yt\ rtlif / Agent '

s acre available! Cent. H/AjWw corpet.pOf' t1 t......,... .-b.& tie* alcove : A LE '''' ..., .. enO.q _. ,..11

tractive" fir.plac. In. .unique .den. LAMracllv, sybdivl.g t programs*, applicants I' '; : .:; .,<" .FREE BROCHURE. ...'O.. ... P ..

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Troops At Blanding Y

by Carl TilleyBCT Commanded by Brig. Gen RobertF. while the other unit is overseas.
Starr Writer Ensslin, Jr., the 3,000 Guardsmenin Operation Capstone was Implemented 1'.ItY '.
the 53rd Infantry Brigade are in 1930 and according to
3,000 National guardsmen from the undergoing combat oriented field exercises personnel of the units"It seems to be
Tampa Bay area converged on Camp : as well as administrative and working out just fine."
Blanding by land and air and have medical operations. This writer spent some time with
been at intensive training for the past Operation Capstone is a program the unit Tuesday going a field exer-
15 days. developed by the U.S. Army Forces cise during which troops were
It all started with a parachute drop Command that grew out of two dispersed and picked up with
onto Camp Blanding Friday after- separate but closely related studies- helicopters. It was a empressive
noon, April 24, and the training will the Support Unit Improvement Program display of U.S. armed forces at work. 4e4
come to an end tomorrow (Friday and the Wartime Assignment The overall professional output from 1kit
May). Program. all observed was enough to make one \
The Florida Army National For example, durning peacetime, a extremely proud
Guard's 53rd Infantry Bregade has U.S. Army Reserve brigade with a While there with the units from t
over 3,000 guardsman in the exer Capstone mission of supporting a unit helicopter rides to out in the swamps
cises. The active Army's 193rd Infan- that is to be deployed overseas will all the personnel involved did not put .
try Brigade of Panama air dropped form a working association with that on any special acts or programs just
into Camp Blanding to participatewith unit's headquarters. The Capstone for the press. In most cases no one 6 t
Guardsmen for the second yearin Mission unit will be encouraged to knew I was a reporter and no advance
what has been called Operation provide support to the brigade durn warning that a news person would be v

Capstone ing weekend and annual training there. : I : +

Dr. Lennon Says: $4* AY

Nobody Geared to Handle C

Photo By Carl Tilley
Violent Mental Patients"Mental Well Watcha Waitin' ..
on. this| Dogface: had a long face as he watched the helicopter
After sleeping on the ground with sand gnats and ticks, approach to pluck him from the wilds of Camp Bluiulinj,

health officials are not Some relief is needed by the local came on the scene.
to handle violent mental health agency said Dr. Len- Principal responsibility of the men-
feared Dolph Reddish sai latients. non, perhaps by the local hospital be- tal health clinic, such as the
May 4, to the Bradford County Com ing willing to keep the violent and Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic is to
mission. dangerous patient a short time. treat and evaluate dangerous mental Hate Mail Anonymous Threats Court Challenges
The commission readily agreed to Hopefully, Lennon said, the sheriff, patients, Lennon says-patients ,
Sheriff Reddish's request to have judge. and he can work out some solu- dangerous either to themselves or to

County research Attorney the law to Dudley see who Hardy has tion.The Sheriff's Department is spen- others.In 1972. there were 48 Bradford Taken in Stride Won't Affect Judge R. A. GreenCircuit

responsibility of handling violent ding entirely too much time hauling residents in state mental institutions, ,
mental patients under the U.S. Baker mental patients around north Florida, today there are 16. Lennon says.
Act of 1972the county or the said Sheriff Reddish. The local clinic's job is to evaluateand Court Judge R.A. (Buzzy) made the wrong decision."If His order was challenged by the
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic, the "It's not clear to me at all about refer patients for treatment to a Green Jr., in a Friday May 1, speechat I didn't rule the way I thought I state, the 1st District Court of Appealin
local mental health unit, or district whose responsibility it is," Sheriff hospital certified by the state Department Florida State University in should rule because I thought I'd get Tallahassee agreed to a stay of the
mental health units such as the Lake Reddish said. "We've been doing this of Housing and Rehabilitative Tallahassee told students at "Law defeated at the polls, then I'd be a reduction, then ruled Green had been
City Medical Center or the mental type thing since day one, but it's get- Services (IIRS), Lennon says Day" he has received hate mail bastard," Green said. "I don't think correct. The population at FSP has
health unit at Alachua General ting to be a problem. listened to anonymous threats and I'm a bastard. Some do, but I don't." since been reduced to under 900 In-
Hospital in Gainesville.The Lennon says the local mental health been challenged by the Department of During the past year Judge Green mates.
Commission inherited the problem clinic encounters a violent mental patient Corrections and the attorney won statewide recognition if not ac Judge Green pointed out he has not
after Circuit Judge R.A. about twice a year. out of some (They Couldn't Wait I general's office since he ordered the claim when he ordered an almost kept track of the number of inmates
(Buzzy) Green, in exasperation overa 58 patients the clinic is counseling. inmate population reduced at Florida 300-inmate reduction at FSP becausea moved from FSP to other prisons but
troublesome patient Mho was bounc- Usually it takes a sheriff's deputy State Prison commission report he ordered found stated he had no reason to think
ed arounc' from one mental health and a clinic employee to transport a Judge Green pointed out to the overcrowding, brutality and other prison ''officials are not complyingwith
unit to another and walked out of two patient."If students he doesn't worry that he problems at the prison. the order.
on his own, cited Dr. William Lennon. a patient is combative hostile
executive director of the Bradford and big... he typically gets bounced," _
Guidance Clinic and four other Dr. Lennon said. Alachua General .- -- =- ::' '- .
Union :_ _"'_: "_::::- ..--- -
mental health officials for contemptof bounces the violent patient to the _u..___."__ __ .........., ,- _5'c. _=
court. Dr. Lennon an hour explaining detention center, then he is bounced ;-- .
spent + J : .,.,:, ;:: -..: ;. :, ", :: ii
the problem Monday, May 4, back to the local sheriff's depart r c --_ :
and asked the county commission fora ment. '. V I aJ 41Pittsburgh .. ""T. FVTIYAMA -- __, .;:.- T -::::-... =,='
determination of whose responsibility Hot potato is played with the pa- ... .... '".....r -- ..-.='-:;---- .:-:'- ;, -" ;
It Is to transport violent men tient," said Lennon. Pa., Thanksgiving "'
tal patients. Violent mental patients are a problem day, 1888. In a narrow The chrysanthemum is the national flower of Japan.
Dr. Lennon and Sheriff Reddish hall even to large hospitals which iron building, Arthur
talked the situation over, at length would rather have a docile patient Vining Davis watched as the
prior to the commission meeting and that can mix in the regular hospital first ingot of commercial
agreed that handling of violent men- population. aluminum was poured. No
tally ill patients is a problem for Under the Baker Act, mentally ill longer was the metal an
which a solution needs to be found. patients can no longer be held in jail, expensive novelty. But how
"It's just an issue which no one but must be under treatment. Thus in could ho convince! businessmen -
wants to deal with," Dr. Lennon told 1972 counties joined in support of of alurninur.i's practical
the county commissioners. mental health clinics! and Dr. Lennon applications?

. Judge Green Says:

Contempt Citation Issued Out

Fo The Greatest

Of Frustration



Because he will he a witness in the patient voluntarily left the Lake City Brooten to dismiss staled he would In The WorldWe
case, Circuit Court Judge R.A. facility. have the case heard by another judge
(Buz/y Green Jr. excused himself Eunice testified he radioed Starke possibly Judge Chester Chance '.
from further in and by the t time arrived back, work because Green will be a witness:! in the
participation as judge
a show cause-contempt> hearing that had alread begun on getting the hearing. take this opportunity to
involves five mental health court order. Eunice took the patient He pointed out that someone must
employees. in Starke and Lake City back to LCMC about 5:45: p.m. Sunday have been asleep at the switches in express our thanks to Mom
Judge Green granted a motion by. April 19. Lake City to let the patient go. Judge ,
Gainesville Attorney Kenneth )E, Judge Green went to the Bradford( Green stated mental health personnelmust
Brooten, Jr., who represented Dr. County Jail and issued a handwritten bear the responsibility for pa for being so great to us. Let us 'at
Umesh Mhalre of the Columbia County order for emergency. admission.As tient's! committing a felony
Counseling Center that since part of the order Judge Green "I issued the contempt( order out of : take her out of the hot kitchen
Green gave Bradford County Sheriff's stated the patient, upon release' frustration," he said. Adding he has
Department deputies a handwritten should be turned over to the sheriff of the responsibility( (for mentally ill. and -
enjoy a great dinner Sun- T -
order to take a mental patient to the Bradford County or his deputy. The ;
fake City Medical Center for treat- order stated the patient was not to be t r
ment under the Baker Act, the judge released until the treatment or Airman M.B. Edwards \ day on her special day with
will be a material witness. evaluation had been completed.: e ti
Others involved in the contempt Deputy Eunice testified Nurse Completes TrainingAirman ;
citation include Tim Atkinson, executive Green accepted the patient and the Mitzi E. Edwards, super special prices.Baked ..

director of the North Florida deputy assisted hospital personnel in daughter of LK. Edwards III of -.....
Mental Health Center in Lake City; taking the patient to his room. Keystone Heights, and Milne H. Lein- ;/ "
Ur. William J. Lennon executive Several days later (the patient was thall of Fort Lauderdale. Fla.. has o : ?' &
director of the Bradford Union ransferred by rescue! unit to the VA been assigned to Keeslcr Air Force Rib Eye *'
Guidance Clinic; Elaine Lee. a tlospital in Gainesville. At the VA Base, Miss, after completing Air ,
counselor at the BUGC and Lenvell hospital' officials reported the patientleft Force basic training.
Green a nurse at take City Medical the hospital! and was captured During the six weeks at LacklandAir '?J Fries'f
Center who received the court order when he returned to look for his Force Base. Texas the airman \). I
committing the man to the center and medical card. Gainesville Police studied the Air Force mission, $4 FabulousSalad
locked t the patient in his room. Department picked up the pal ient and organization and customs and received 89 &
The Baker Act patient was originally held him until Deputy 1Ulllcecould! special training in human rela I
ordered by Judge Green to be takento to Gainesville to pick up the patient. tions.
the Lake City Medical Center last He has been held at (the Bradford Airman Edwards is a 1978 graduate Potato or French
April 14 after the patient hyperactiveand County Jail in Starke !since that time of Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr. High Bar
nervous had been running without bond. School.
around with a knife scaring Judge Green then issued the order
businessmen in Starke. for Atkinson, Mhatre, Lee. Lennon.
Judge Green entered an emergency and nurse Green to show cause why 33 Items to Select From
i rder involuntary. admission to the they should not be held in contempt of -j
l Lake City facility for the 24-year-old. court for violating the court order. ift
patient. Later that same week Judge Dr. Mhatre in a statement to the 1.r ft
Green. discovered the patient was no media after the hearing said the patient
longer at LC'MC and. according to was extremely dangerous and
testimony, he had left voluntarily. violent and he did not want to endanger .
The "patient" next showed up when \ the staff or other patients.
arrested by. the Bradford County "I think the VA completely. goof r l
ed." Dr. Mhalre said. .
Sheriff' Department on a pilfering a car owned by. Glenn Daniel Brooten argued that the order was
Shuford of Lawtey."Cnkcrs. vague and the word "released" couldbe Q'A5EBALL Husowsra.4AT
.'-*aid Judge Green of the interpreted in various wa>s. RJ.I curi* i PETE
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Px'KGoLLY RT '' "
bepi ;d ring a first appearance on Deputy Eunice, in answer to a question THAT VVHB.1 Hi T1rEi OF U-! > U.S. 301 S.
aster"Sunday. April 19. when Green by Brooten. stated he felt the NES: -mi evu WTM Mill
was pinch-hillmg for Bradford County order could be interpreted in various
Judge EUie S: Sanders. ways.Brooteii. 3 Starke"Fla..
Deputy sheriff Samuel If. Eunice also argued that the order STEflKHOUSE
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he too* the/ pat lent over to LCMC. but was released solely to the
the patient was refused because custody of the sheriff's departmentwhen lUon.-Tbun. 11.9 Fri.-Sot. 111OPacelZB
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court on 01 -

I LEGALSPUBLIC ......, ""' =t"'l-r-ot""MM'I''r-ot-' << -t otherwise before. June a judgment 5. 1931

may be entered against

NOTICEAn School "A" Building rlage has been filed you for the relief
demanded In the __
ORDINANCE complaint
classroom, on May 18 against you and you are
amending the Com- 1981 at 7 p.m. at the required to serve a copy or petition. _
prehenslv Land U.. WITNESS my hand and
Bradford County School of your written defenses, .
Plan Element and Mapof the seal of this C<. rt on
Board Administrative Offices if any to It. on the plain
the City of Stork., located at 582 tiff's attorney whose April 24. 1981.
Florida In accordant North Temple Avenue name and address I. Gilbert S. Brown As
with the local Govern- Clerk of the Court By; 1
Stark, Florida.A George H. Pierce, Esquire
men, Comprehensive bid bond certifiedor P.O. Drawer 1030 ', Marian McRoe, as Depu.ty

Planning Act of 1975, an cashier's check In the Stark, Florida 32091 Clerk.
provided for In Chopt.r amount of 5% of the and file the original with 5/7 4tchg 5/28.

163 of the Florida total amount of the bid the clerk of the abovt
Statute and Chapter 25 LEGAL NOTICE
must accompany each styled court on or
Code of Ordinances, CI. bid. A performance bond ,before, June 8, 1981 SALE
ty of Stork., Florida.. in the amount of 100% ol otherwise a judgmentmay NOTICE Is hereby
given to the owner of
TO All Citizens, Taxpayers the successful biddel be entered against
and other Interested shall be submitted to the you for the relief one 1974 2-dr Datsun
8.210 HIB2I0410327
persons Bradford County School demanded in the corn- .
(Mr. E. Chaucoy Interlochen -
You and each of
you Board prior to plaint or petition.
FL 32048
cu' hereby and
commencement of any WITNESS my hand and :
and/or other co
herewith given notice work. Checks or bid the seal of this Court on
owners), that if paymentof
in accordance with
bonds of all unsuccessful May 4, 1981.
accrued charges is not
Honda Statutes and bidders will be returned Gilbert S. Brown As
City Ordinances, City of after opening and tabu. Clerk of the Court By: the paid present within" 10 custodian days to '4kII1LI r,' y c
Starke Florida. that'
lotion of the bids. The Faye Whitehead as Mr. Bishop M. Myrick. ; ,,
the City, Commission of successful bidder shol: Deputy Clerk. .A I I' f
715 S. Westmoreland. 4J/ -
Storke, Florida, has
have of 5/7 4tchq, 5/28.:
designated the City of ((60)) days a period maximum aftei sixty IN THE CIRCUIT above Stark.,described FL 32091 vehicle the. %W a I Lii

Starke Commission Planning andtuning award of contract in COURT, EIGHTH will be advertised and Southside Smarties...
to which to raze and clear JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
auctioned 3 weeks later
onduct a public hearing all debris from the site. AND FOR BRADFORD ((5/15/81)). 4/30 3tchg Ihirty-onc students at Southside Elementary earned Rodriguez. Yvonne Hobo Elizabeth Kowell.

at a regular The successful bidder COUNTY FLORIDA. 5/14. _11'alJ.ht-r\'s:l for the 5th six-weeks grading period. They Third row- Ashley Alday Steve Bradley Alisha Gruen

meeting to be hold at shall obtain and maintain PROBATE DIVISION, File iii-c fl-rI) : Beth McKinney Emory Prevail

C' 30 p.m. In the City during the period ol No. 81-32-CP, Division IN THE CIRCUIT First row- Ron Zurfluh, Scott Duncan. Sherrl Mann, Fourth rowLatera Jackson, Angel Nichols, Kevin

Hall ammission'Stark.room. Florida, City work, Workers' Compensation 13286. COURT. EIGHTH Itrjd Neighbor! Ronnie Norman, Andy Huggins, Tana Boone Jody Brown Jason Brown Link Bishop.

Insurance for all In re: Estate of JESSIER. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF S.irnt.. Fifth row- Julie Ferguson, Shana Schmitt, Kimbo
jn 26
1981) and make a employees employed a.< CHASTAIN. Deceased FLORIDA IN AND FOR Scrond row- Brian Canova, Zenann Williams, Dana Woods, Richie Taylor, Melinda Powell.
the job lite. Public Liabllit NOTICE OF
commendation to the / 'Insurance In on ADMINISTRATIONTh FLORIDA. liunlap Jane Stanwix-llay, Jeremy Crawford Chris

City Commission and amount of not 'less thor administration of. CIVIL ACTION

the City, Commission 100000.00, Including the estate of JESSIE R. Case No. 81191. Southside School News
"will consider on Tues. Elementary -
personal and property CHASTAIN. deceased.File 'In r*: The Marriage of
June 2 1981 th.
fay at
damage Insurance in an ,' Number 8132CP. Is FREDDIE D. WIIKISON.

.time'M said an, place Ordinance,at 7.00 amount of not less than pending In the Circuit Husband, and HATTIE The attention of parents is called to the date of May 18, 1981. ception of the times of vacation for office personnel during the

nlalinq, to $$300.000 shall be carried Court for Bradford County SUE WILKISON. Wife This is the first date for early registration of their children for summer months.

The of the by the successful Florida, Probate Division NOTICEOF kindergarten for the coming school year. Students are eligible for Bradford County Schools are now in their final six-weeks

rezoning, described bidder for the duration, the address of SUIT-- kindergarten if they will be 5 years old on or before Nov. I, 1981 grading peripd for the school year 1980-81. Parents should have

operty 1 Mowing and amending, of the removal contract Courthouse which" is Bradford North County Temple NO PROPERTYTO Children who will be 5 years old after Nov. 1, 1981 but before received their child's report card on Monday, April 27 for the past

the The successful bidder : HATTIE SUE Januar 1, 1982 will be admitted to kindergarten if the child fifth six-weeks grading period. If parents did not receive their
ComprehensiveLund shall furnish Avenue, Stork.,
Use Plan to provide County School the Board Bradford Florida 32091. The name WILKISON Route 2, Box demonstrates readiness based on criteria established by the students report card, which was sent home with the child, they

that lands currently with satisfactory proof of and address of the Personal 1019 Franklin North Bradford County School Board. Parents may contact Mrs. Lucille should call the Southside School office in order to obtain a copy.

zoned A and insurance Representativeand Carolina. Payne, Director of Curriculum, at the District School Board of-

lUisignnted' by 'the plan The removal required contract of the Persona1Representative's YOU ARE HEREBY fice for further information. Further, to be eligible for first gradein In Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade the following people are to

Agriculture be rezond shall comply with, the applicable attorney NOTIFIED that. on action' the school year 1982-83, students must have successfully completed be congratulated: On the A Honor Roll are Jody Brown and

"> to RM-I and laws and ordinances or. set forth for Dissolution, of marriage the kindergarten program. This means that a child must Richie Taylor. On the A-B Honor Roll are Cassie Autry, Dodie

'ignated, by the plan governing the below. has been Hattie filedogaln.t Sue attend kindergarten during this next school year, 1981-82 in orderto McRae, Gene Murphy, Marc Rossano, and Lori Sapp. The

Mobile Home- disposal of materials, All interested persons Wilkison,you and be enrolled in next year's first grade. Parents should note the students who have perfect attendance are: Cassie Autry, Daniel
are required -
Subdivision, District; the debris. rubbish and trash are required to .file, with to serve you a of following calendar for entry into kindergarten: Bronson, Jody Brown, Pam Clark, Bettyjo Dellinger, Judson

pioperty' of Allen and on or off the project the court WITHIN THREE your written defenses copy, ,if 1981-82 school year age five on or before Nov. I, 1981. Jackson, Dale George, Curtis Knights, Cindy Lutz, Gene Murphy,

'Mary. E Jones 2104Boulevard area and shall commit MONTHS FROM THE any to It. on the plaintiff 1982-83 school year age five on or before Oct. I, 1982. Lori Sapp, Marc Rossano Richie Taylor and Randy Wood.In .

M.lltop no trespass on any publicor DATE OF THE FIRST 's attorney whose 1983-84 school year age five on or before Sept. I, 1983. Mrs. Dorothy Leach's third grade the following students
FL 32216
lucksonville. private property In PUBLICATION OF THIS name and address is Parents are urged and encouraged to register their kindergarten made the A-B Honor Boll: Darrell Boyd, Dwight Allen, David

O Wit, at the NE any operation due to or NOTICE: ((1)I) All claims Dudley P. Hardy Esquire students before the fall term begins in order to have thatchild's Dunlap, David Elder Aimee Ferguson, Chad Whitaker and Carl
Begin cor-
of th. SE',. of NW4at connected with the against the estate and Pierce & Hardy, name already placed on a class roll when school begins. Richie.In .
section 22 Township clearance demolition and site interested((2)) any objection by an P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030, This will also save the long wait in lines on the first day of school.At Mrs. Brenda Stroud's fifth grade: Randy Wood has made A's

6 South Range 22 East This whom notice person mailed to Stark, Florida 32091 the time of registration parents should bring the child's birth on all our vocabulary tests this year.

iiadford County. demolition contract will for be that challenges was the and file, the original with certificate. immunization record and a recent physical examina- In Mrs. Elaine Wood's fifth grade: winners of the Eye Witness

f fijnda I ,, thence run awarded to the lowest validity, of the will, the the clerk of the above tion signed by a doctor. Physical examination forms may be obtained News Game this week were from Team 3. Members of the team

North 8V-2954 East and most satisfactory qualifications, of the per. styled court on or fiom the Bradford County Health Department if needed. are: Randy Stabler, Brian Davis, Jimmy Jordan, Dennis Glover,

long the North Line of bidder. The Bradford sonal representative, before, June 5, 1981 The Soul hside School office will be ready to receive your registra- Paula McCloud, Adrienne Welty, and Jeff Dowling. This week's

,ihe SW' of NE '/. of County School Board venue or jurisdiction of otherwise a judgmentmay tions between the hours of 9 AM and 4 PM, Monday through Friday questions along with local news were about the grain embargo,

smH! section, 22, a reserves the right to reject the court. be entered against beginning( May 18 and on through the summer with the ex- U.S. cities, world news, and people in the news.
,stance of 50.00 feet; any or all bids, and to ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS you for the relief
demanded In the complaint -
Thence run South waive any Informalities, NOT SO FILED B-U RealtorsTo
) i 28 17' West a All bids, must be in the WILL BE FOREVER BAR- or petition. Registration Set
j Stance, of 561 .52 Feet WITNESS my hand and Meet Tonight
; Office of the 18-22 For Gr.
Superintendent May 1st
REDDate the seal of this" Court on
'Thence North
run of the Bradford of the first Bradford-Union Roundtable will

2 35 50 West a County Schools by 7.00 publication, of this Noticeof April Gilbert 30, 1981.S. Brown. As Or KindergartenStudents meet Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at

l.sionceof 106.86 feet, p.m.. May 18, 1981 'It Administration: April Clark of the Court By: the Holiday Inn for the monthly

>,r uth POB 17"24'10"Thence West run which, time all bids shull 30 1981. Marian McRa, as Deputy entering Bradford County certitication of a medical examination meeting, Presidelt.Lillian ,pe.ars.on, .. _,*.
a be plainly marked on the Personal Representative Clerk. School.-- for the first time at the within nine months prior to' announced. Barbara Moofre EbrMSB'-3.;
hstcmce of 400 Feet; outside, "Sealed Bid forth : THOMAS C. 5/7 4tchg 8/29 >_ kirulertiarten. or first grade level may enrollment end verifIcatIon of' 'I ecutlve Secretary of the 'Lake; pity' "* ,. ,

thence' run North Demolition of CHASTAIN JR. register :May 18.22 in the appropriate immunization for the prevention of Board will be the guest speaker. "
23550' West PUBLIC NOr,(.t
a Classroom ,' PIERCE & HARDY, P.A.
Buildings at elementary school the those communicable diseases for
during regular In addition to those announced
j"'anceollOO.OO' Feet; The Bradford County
Bradford High' School'. George H. Pierce Esq
school hours. which immunization is
required by Bruce Mills and
thence run North Any bid received after P.O. Drawer 1030, Board of County Commissioner previously, Mike
To enter Kindergarten a child must The Department of Health and
I 112410 East a the specified, time will Stark. Florida 32091 has made Cooney attended the Legislative Day
li.tance of 400 Feet; not be considered ((904 '964 5701)). available to all persons be five ;years old on or before Rehabilitative Services. in Tallahassee recently.
:November 1 1981 and to enter first Lucille
'ihunce run south Plans and specifications 4 30 2teha 5/7. within Bradford County Payne
11. -;5 50 East a for the word IN THE CIRCUIT and the Stole' of Florida, grade. a child must be six years old on Director of Curriculum

t stance of 100.00 feet described above b. COURT, EIGHTH who hove business matters or before September 1, 1981.
'in the Point of Beginn- obtained from the may Super JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF with the Bradford Parents and guardians are reminded fialpti Bryan Real EstateRALPH

"!f Intendent's Office at 58; FLORIDA IN AND FOR County Courthouse a that Florida Statutes require that
Each and Every Per. North Temple Avenue BRADFORD COUNTY. toll-free number whicl, pupils entering school for the first

,n having' on interest Storke, Florida 32091. FLORIDA. can be used at any time, time in kindergarten or first grade TEl IB

/.txitover ,in the enact- BVsThomas; L CIVIL ACTION The toll-free number Is must have a birth certificate or other BRYAN REAL ESTA

,limit, of this. proposed Casey. Jr. Superintendent Case No. 81190. 18003428444. acceptable bona fide proof of birth, Mercury and Venus do I 31 OW. Call St. -
ORDINANCE should ap- of Schools. In re. The Marriage of This same number not have any moons.
l"Mar and be heard at 4/30 2lchg 57. CHARLIE LEE JONAS, may also be used for (Cor. US 301 & Call St.)

,ihu. time, and placep Husband and ALBERTA those persons summoned -
*.,'rob.d. IN THE CIRCUIT CURTIS JONAS, Wife., for jury duty for Information that the undersigned, 964-8738. ANYTIME

By Albert L, Crosby, COURT. EIGHTH NOTICEOF about the trial COLON THOMAS 312 W. 865.09. Florida Statutes MONDA Y.FRIDA Y 9-5 p.m. SATURDAY
Jr, Planning & Zoning JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF term. for which they notice Is hereby given
SUIT- Brownlee St., Starke, Fl. Evenings and Sunday by appointment
official City of Storke, FLORIDA, IN AND FOR NO PROPERTY were summoned after 32091 sole that the und.r.lgned.BURL > .
owner doing
11 1 Ido llchg 7. BRADFORD COUNTY. TO: ALBERTA CURTIS 5:00: P.M. and on business under the firm TRAYLOR, JR. Ralph P. Bryan REALTOR "-
FLORIDA. weekends. Those jurors 1025A N. Tempi Ave.,
JONES. address name of THOMAS AUTO
CIVIL ACTION unknown. summoned who live In SAFETY SERVICE. 312 W. Stark. Fl. 32091 and FOR RENT Modern brick home 3BR. 2B lam r", ...
'BRADFORD COUNTY.A YOU ARE HEREBY the area served by local Brownlee St., Starke, Fl. THURMAN WHITAKER. fireplace $350.00 mo. '
re: The Marriage of phone will call JR., 414 W. Davis St..
NOTIFIED that 32091 Intends
an action to
NO 81 102 SP. MARVIN
I. McKINNEY, for Dissolution of marriage the local courthouse register said fictitiousname Stark., Fl. 32091. joint COUNTRY CLUB Like new 3 BR 2 Bath Fam. Room with

i toNARD SMITH Husband. Plaintiffvs has been filed, number 964-6280 for jury under the provisions owners, doing business MOTHERSDAY fireplace, cent heat/air w/w carpet. closed garage
under the firm of S
I ",inIIf, against, you Alberta Cur. Information. of aforesaid name $17,000 equity A assume $50.000 mortgage at 13%, total
A S BAIT & 694N.
.* tis, Jonas and you are required statute price 147.000.eJUST .
> WifeDefendant Board of Tempi Av*., Stark..
[JA liD HENDERSON to serve a copy of this 7th day of
written defenses, if County Commissioners May. A.D 1981 In Brad. Fl. 32091 intends to
HO ANNIE D.HANDIER your said fictiliousname OFF BAYLESS HIWAt-4 bedroom-2 bath brick
NOTICEOF to it. on the plaintiff ford. Florida. 3/7 4tpd register home with
any 5/7 llcho under the family ream A large screened patio central
,)JI"I'dant.l SUIT-- 's attorney whose NOTICE OFINTENTION 5/28. of aforesaid' provisions teat/air ceiling fan In 3 bedrooms A fam. room plus
NO PROPERTY name and address is M barn 2 land
NOTICE OFINTENTION statute. acres good $65,000. (Existing lat mortgage
NOTICE OF TO: DEBORAH ANN Dudley P. Hardy Esquire TO REGISTER Dated this 5th day of of $21,000 @1%).
SHERIFFS SALE McKINN Y. 290 Main St.. Pierce, 8 Hardy
Calais. Maine 04619 TO REGISTER May. A.D. 1981 In Brad. I O
P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030.
NAME ford WALK TO office/church .
FICTITIOUS Florida. 5/7 4tpd TOWN/bank/post / 2 bedroom
Starke, Florida 32091
i fcN that I I. Dolph E
1 I bath block
NAME 5/28. home-central heatairsep.. dining room I
M.sh, Sheriff of Brad. NOTIFIED that an action' and file the original with Pursuant to Section
d ti County. Florida. for Dissolution, of mar the clerk of the above 865.09 Florida Statutes 'am. room $29.100 (Existing 1st mortgage appro
Pursuant to Section 11.500 .'/ %).
ler and by virtue of a notIce Is hereby given
.t t of Execution c gilt(
e3' ACRES |just out ef limit. Zoned far homes
,.,,,,Iore ,issued out of ERRFAULKNER aIri city ai
Rob its mobile homes. 17,000.CONDITION .
"' above entitled Ontu
urt in the abovecause ROMAN I

I /'k.d have levied r % Real LC! 964-5231 4 MINT Inside and out on almost 1 acre In

,Ji'it the following pro- REALTY "'IC'' Estate REALTY own-3 BR 2 full bath Black' ham LR Fam. Rm. Cent.
.ti' TV situate, lying and a 964-770O CASUAL COUNTRY LIVING Heat/air Almost new stave Ref. A dishwasher -

"ing' >n Bradford Coun. 986 N- TempleGEORGE 393 N. Temple Avenue 4 bedroom 2 bath home $43.000.
"r Florida to wit: [g 964-7828 with carpet central heat I

DG450GS'K ''IN air I acr* af good land ;MODERN BRICK HOME Just Inside City on 1 ocr. 3 BR .
Section' 26 townshipS *( ,or, ROBERTS Broker CITY $29,500. 2! Bath Fam. R.... Fire Place Cent Heat/air closed
Rang. 22 consisting, 221 lofoy.M*St. Across tram Wishbone 3 BR concrete blk./ hawse, I garage B pecan trees Can pay equity and assume .'/ /
approximately 52 Office Space For Rent ASSOCIATES: bath also extra apartment Mtg. of approx. 2500. Total cast$49,900.
L>S beginning, at SW THRIVING TEXTILE OUTLET BUSINESS. 0.400' frontageon Weekends and Evenings Call with bath, far additional PECAN TREES I acre ,

r of W 'i of SW of Hwy 301 South. Buildings and property can be purchased Richard Robert- 964-5595 Ann Godwin 44-5B5* living area or could be building site with plenty af Neat 2 BR From, Cor. lot Screened-ln front parch

N.oISE.' N180.E without textile business.' Call far an appointment to Patsy Slice 964-6579 Norman Heddlng 64-596t rented. Can be bought furnished shade $5,000. closed In back porch. $22,500.
.'6 & 180'. W 126' to John R. Smith '' '
.... '' -'217 Linda W. Johns 64-6097 or unfurnished.
HOMES STARKE In thl. above ground pool GRAHAM RD. 2 ..-Fr.m. on 2 acres with paean pear

thtt property of the. VERSATILE COMMERCIAL SITE IB acres Hwy 301 North .3.R. IB frm, garage 90'xlOO' lot.Collins PI. 20 AREA ACRES. HAMPTON with a 3 .bedroom 2 bath fig. A citrus Ir.*. room, for another home or mobile

'r r j /e named Oefen- In City Limits.COMPLETELY. Frame ham on 2 lots with warehouse-Walnut St. Cleared home In the country. home and rent house Reduced to 25000.
mostly planted In
lam and that on the '2BR. IB, Block' Fenced 625 Pinewood D,. S52.000.
-rfttri day of May. 1981. REMODELED 2BR IB stucco house. 11000. .'3BR I'I.$. Block nice 1320 Searing St. hay grass. 2'/i acres $5.000 5 Acre $",O00 Term.

,nsday at I 1.00 p mi '38R, 2B, 2100 *q. ft.LA, aprx. 1'/.A.. w/rnt. opts.-IOOW. HUGE MASTER BEDROOM
lock on said, day on OWNER FINANCING on this business and living' quarters "From home, good location, 2BRIB-Park Place. 30 ACRES ,Included with this 3 SR230B 5' acre) fine strand of horvestoble timber

the premises of the Brad- with 114.5' frontage HWY 301. With stream thru property. bedroom 2 bath ham surveyed for 9 lat ubdlvlilan; $22,500.
''ord County Sheriff, OfI per acr*
''(4 I will offer for sale TEN ACRES with almost new BRICK VENEER 4BR ham InLowsey. 3BR' IB, frm. 21 acres, 3-car garage-M.l. Starling Rd. lot Central h..t. sit' camr Appro. 20 acre US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded -
4BR' IB, frame, large lat Lake Butler. GOOD LOCATION central location. .
ind sell to the highest area. Many extras.IN 3.000 p.r A. with term
bidder for cash in hand.'h. .35., 2B. Stucco FIreplace 301 South. I 12 acres of good land 3 1. $37.000.

.. above-described pro- TOWN ON CORNER LOT Concrete Black home. Close large lot. 2 mobile homes-Sampion Lake Rd. I Roam 2 bath ham., .20 Acre wooded pines $22,000 and $24.000 with
eny as the property of la school. ..Bautlful. BR.2B, brick apx. IOA-W. of Lawtey. screened patio Call far anappolntns.nt. BRUSH A BUCKET/ 2 erms.
rhe said, defendant to .Frame 5 BR, IB. lg.outbldg.ap 4Vi A.-Stern Rd. 1 bedroom from ham. 1

.at.sly. said Execution.S .3' BR, IB, frame 104x75 lat .cr. an a paved raad
FOUR BEDROOM. 1'/, Both ham on one acre In RAIFORD w/garag In Hampton. .I Acre mobile Homo lot $3,000.
DOLPH E. REDDISH. AREA. Assumable VA Pool, FP, 3BR. 2B, Brick-Country Club area. 7/10 acr, facing St. Road owner will finance.
::RIFF OF BRADFORD large, apprax. SA., 3BR, 21 S... DOE. U fast. $10.000 TOTAL with 12.000 WI HAVi OTHER
4,10 41ch9 5,21 ONE ACRE IN TOWN Frame ham. 3 BR, IB. 2400. ACREAGE 12% Interest. ESTATE NEEDS.

Klngiley lake Rentals .7 acre, 2 trailer hook-up Crosby Lak. Shores. 3 bedroam. bath corner let CAll US AT 964-B7IA- ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT) I
INVITATIONTOBID Property Management Services .lak* lot Sampson lake. In city. Terry A. Galnes' -7B2-39M

Appraisal .Approximately, acres In Lawtey Area. Kay C. Waters-964-4941 AFTER HOURS
fIne Bradford County Susan M. Faulkner-RIALTOR-964-5065 .6 acres-Off SR233. Evenings ,Please, call Eileen Stanley-473-305 Lillian C. Pearson Novls WordSro&erSalesman .

School Board will receive lrenl. Faulkner.' REAITOR-ASSOCIATE-964-S142 .'/. aCre Mobil Home lot Woodland Acre Vernle Odom. BrokerGRI. ,Patsy LawlO-'U-927 A Broker/Salesmen '

iald proposals for the. Lucille Spry-BROKER SALISMAN-964-B420 ....utlfuI10 ecres-Country Club area. Phone 9M-547*. Comer .. U.S. 301 South I Offlc Manager 964-7454

rating of Bradford High Sandra. Reddish SALCSMAN-43M203 'NIc* lot Country Club. I Lynn Davlsr Salesman and Idward Read 96453IB"aJot

J"TltlrIi Reddlil SAtHMAM.431.Hn3 .

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Notice Is hereby ---------------------------------------------------------- 13.89 .42
given that on the 1st day of June, 1981. beginning at 12 4793 21 75 21 0919-00100 1.00 OI40-I .72 $7.90 $22.93
--------------------- --
MORGAN SYLVIA 3101 NE 15TH ST APT J-77 4846 26 5S 22 I727-OOIOO
Been at Starki. County of Bradford. State of Florida tax tale certificate wil be BEG AT SW COP OF SWI/4 DF NWI/4 N 155.51 E 317.83 TO WL DEVINE M R CONST INC 1234 E PDINGF AVF 0746-O6
OF NWI4. W 242.41 TO PQB 301 IN OR BK 19 PG 173

solid I. tie foBovbg described land to pay the amount due for the taxes herein 13.89 .42 $.72 9.45 24.48 1.212.36 $36.39 S62..6 $7.9O $1.319.61
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set posite' the sane, together with all costs of such sale aid advertising. MFfES' IRVING T. S CHARLINE GARRARO CHARLES A pfl BOX 217
l.S AC AS DESC IN OR 175 PG 84
$10.42 $.31 $.54 $3.25 $14.52 GORY OF HWY 200FOR POB, N3IC ON ELY RORY .3?* TO SLY BDPY

Esther S. Hal, Tax Collector MCLAUGHLIN-j W LL-T-i i- t -CONNIELOT ---.----- OF 376.5 GR RO TO. 5 POB.71*DESC E324.74 OR 114-51 TO SLY FJDRY OF SEC W OF SLY BORY


Bradford County Florida 110.72 $$3.3 5.70 $6.35 $ S9 4.96 28.65 $49.18 $12.55 $1.045.34
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__________-________5.78__ 9.93 S6.3S S2I4.BI $832.1O 24.96 S42.B5 7.90 907.81 S3IW 100 N72W 105 TO POP
----- ------"-------- -------------------------------- 235.49 $7.06 $12.11 $9.45
4735 35 6S ---"- --- $264.13
.9 0009 60.00 ,"iSIX2 4797 2S 7S 21 O976 53ii ------------------------------------------------------------.
OF PFO FENTON DAVID L BOX 432 4853 31 SS 22 I840-OO6OO 1.00 0261-06

_______ !:9!____ 1.32. $2.27 $6.35 .53. 3 CONT SI27.4.W PAR TO N SEC LINE 470 TO LAKE. N ON LAKE COM AT SE COR OF WI/2 OF LOT 60 W ON S LINE 254 NI7O.O4
.736 01 7S --------------------------------------. 127.4 ELY AND PAR TO N LINE 530 TO POB S84* W329.8I TO E R/W SR-16 NWLY ON R/W 237.5 FOR PO .CONT
HAYES N G MRS.9 00 8Sl2 80.00 0002-02 OR I2S-I9S>> NWLY ON R/W ISO N61 F270' S3S FI50 S61* W27O TO POP AS
RFD $101.34 $3.O4 $5.22 tlt.OO $..20.60J. DESC IN OR 82-41
OF 6208.94 SWI/4 ---.----________________________ .- _4.__________ ,.,,. 195.98 $4.68 B.03 11.00 SI79.69
_. .___.____ 627 $0.76 $6.35 $232.32 4799 2H 7S 21 O993 I.OO OI6O-OI ------------------------------------------------------------
4737 02 7S ---------------------------------------- GILLAND MICHAEL H & JANICE Y STAR RT I BOX 172 4854 32 SS 22 1845 15.00 0262-09
NEl/4 16 SEi/41'* e OF BRANCH Fx PAR -2. set/ OF NEi/4 t S4FI.42 11.45 2.49 7.9O $60.26 EX COM AT NE COR OF SI/2 OF LOT 5. RUN W 4OO* FOR POP W
-------------------- 920. 5330 SW COR LOT 6. NELY TO POB

_______(_ZI2_____.8... $13.97 $7.90 $$301. 48OO 29 7S 21 1037-00101 10:000164:05 199.02 S5.97 $10.25 $9.45 224.69
4738 ------------'--------------- -- HIGGINS EDWARD K & CAROLYN E 1 ASFR DANIELS --------------- ----------------------------------
HAYES E 02 A 7S L .9 0023 Too-o-oo -oTNE1 S 10-AC OF NI/2 OF NFI/4 OF SEI/4 F OF SR-225 4855 35 SS 22 1871-00100- 0265-07
ALL NWI/4 MARTHA P 0 AOX 7.6 $69.47 $3.03 $3.S3 $6.35 $81.43 MEYERS GERALD W B. SHIPLEY M PO BOX 217
DF Hrr OF /* W OF BRCM N OF HWY NEI/4 OF NWI/4 N ---------------------- CON INT E R/W HWY 301 t N R/W HWY 7OO-R N ON R/W 95.47 TOPOB
48OI 01 S3 22 1105-00301 .50 0172-07 CONT N 86' E 190' S 44'. W 225* TO POB
------612155 3.65 S6.26 57 BARRETT W* G RT 18.27 .55 .94 S7.9O 27.66
________ .9 0 $139.36 I BOX 340-N
----------------------------------- EG AT INT ELY R/W HWY 301 6 S LINF LOT 3 NORTONS PLAT. E ------------------------------------------------------------
08.75' NELY' PAR TO HWY I04.37S 20*.75'.SWLY 104.375 4856 35 5S 22 1872-0010)1) 2.00 0265-10
17.38 .S2 1.90k' $9.45 $28.25 BEG AT NE COR BLK I PEETSVILLE SD SaiW ON N RMDY 272.06' .
--------- ------ -- S 570.18 TO NLY R/W SR 200-8 N82F. ON NLY R/W 45.10 TO FLY
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4803 II 55 22 1111-00600 9.45 0177-01 BNDY BLK 1 N ON ELY BNOY 299.4S' TO NW COR BLK 4 E ON NLY
--------------------------- 1/2 OF LOTS 29 G 3 268.25 TO POB
474012 ; ------------------ 44 S OF CO GR RD
75 47 $131.21 .13.89 .42 S.72 $12.55$2758
70.00 6.76 $6.35
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wiX2 OF, NII'4 W OF co 'GR RD e. Nwi/4 OF Nwi/4 4HO4 i4S2j 9---------------------------i-0186-O8 4857 35 55 22 1472-0050)0) ..OO 0266-01

______ 45.85.__ Llt-li $7.51 $6.35 $164.09 1LKFRSON STELLA EST K LFON WILKERSON HAMILTON EDWARD W f OLIVIA T BOX 450-A
-; -------------------------- OM AT INT OF N L1NF OF SFI/4 OF SEI/4 6 W R/W OF 301. RUN LOT 5 IN PEETSVILLE EX LOT 60' N ft S BY SO E t W REG 200'
.. RUTH ANN BOX 462 N I LINE OF ST RD 125.243' ON RD. N 42O. E 336 TO POP 123 E C. W NW C S
COM AT SW COR OF NWI' OF NEI'4 N 72. JOIl4IN E 142.3. POll ON 112.11 $3.36 $5.77 9.4S '130.695si2i 130.46 3.91 $6.72 S9.4S $150.54
ELY EDGE OF CO GR R0. CDNT NLY 21D'.NwLV 210' PAR WITH R0. -------------------- --------------------- -
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$85.9_[__._ 52.56 S4.19 11.00 $103.14 OTS EX N 225 OF LOTS 26.27. 28 fr EX LAND E Of 4OO FT OF LOT 12 IN PEETSVILLE EX R/W
;;- --------------------- R RD DeSC IN OR 94-49 CONT.1.42 AC 41.66 1.25 $2.15 6.35 $51.41
4743 33 6S 0211-00100 1:00 0025-08 EX S 250 OF LOT 26.27.28.C FX FLY 809.01 OF NLY 161.51 OF -----------------------------------------------------------
: ELIXSON CLIFFORD J t WILLENE L SLY 411.53 OF LOTS 27 C 28 W OF CO GR RD 4860 35 SS 22 1872-01203 5.00 0266-11
: PORT OF A PARC 290. NtS BY 335. et" IN SF COR Of SWI'4 OF $5.T7 SI.57 S.7O Sll.no $67.64 ROSS CYNTHIA S PO BOX 1267
5EI'4 LYING E OF CO GR RD ------ ------ ------ -- -------- S 515 FT OF LOT I2EXI AINNW COP
OR 123-281 4807 22 SS 22 1328 42.88 0205-09 62.51 1.88 $3.22 6.35 '73.96

________2779 *.83 l.43 $9.45 .. 9.50 STARLING OOYLE fi- INEZ RT I BOX I-D -----------------------------------------------------------
--------------------"--- _1/2 OF SWI/4 OF SEI/4 t. NEI/4 OF SEI/4 OF SWI/4 EX '-A IN 4861 35 55 22 1903 IO.OO 0268-05
DAVIS GEORGE & CLARISSA E RT I BOX ll-O 519.35 F & W BY 1.8'NtSS N"/. OF NW,/. OF NWI/4 FX R/W. OFSC OR 106-319
LOT II OF BLK 2 SHADY OAKS S/D $9.12 $15.66 9.45 $338.27 104.19 3.13 S5.17 6.35 $119.O4
17.28 ..52 ,.139 6.35 $25.04 -- -------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------
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SNOY OF NW OF S R-?OO NI7I9 ON WLY NDY 4SO* TtJ POH -----------------------------------------------------------
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MOTT S M MRS EST X J T BASS 2607.21 $/ .22 $ n4.27 12.55 2.432.2S SCALA THOMAS J & RFTTY L 11'115 WAILE DW
El/2 OF FRACL BLK 5 EX W |64' ---------------------------------------------------------- COM AT S* COT OF SEC. F 67?.19' TO POB. FONT' E 672.IS TO
13.27 $.0 S.ftB 6.35 20.70 4909 ?3 55 22 I33S-OOIOO 0?Oft-O SE COR OF SWI/4 OF SWI/4. N 350'.W 671.64* .5 350 T1 "0R

------------------------------------"------------ MOTEL TRAIL RESTAURANT ILLIAPO r. BARBARA J DOAN Sll'.Sa $3.39 S5.HO 7.90 $!? .60
4748 14 7S 20 0366-00200 1.44 OO4S-06" BEG AT SWLY INT OF SR-OO 6 SR-I 25. SI7W ON SR-HOO OW -----------------------------------------------------------.
ASSOC SOUTHERN MILLWRIGHTS 12?.37' N72W UN SH-POO PW 6' Il.w ON SR-200 PVK ?l.6fl 4364 35 SS 22 I9OS-0220O 4.15071t-07
947.05 TO POB CONT S 75 OFG E 25O S 15 OEG W 250* N 75OFC 111.87 TO PUR COM AT NF COR OF Sl/2 HF SWI/4 OF NFI/4 W 1169.01' TO F LINE
W 250 N ISOF.G E 250 TO POB $56.0 CI6.86 26.<14 $11.00 S IR.8' COGRRO SS.W ON E LINE J3I.6?' TO PO1 CONT SiW ON F LINF
RP 759 ---- ------------------------------------------------------ 332.54* l= 544.80* TO W LINE CU r.O RD N" ON W LINF 291.51'N274W

f3"9R.59lt.96 $?0.63 $11.00 4810 23 5S 22 1345-10200 3.9& OPO7-12 ON W LINE 45.27* W 49.IS TT "OT
-___ _: _____ __ _______$442.08_. ENNFTT OONALO K f DONNA RT 100X I 1B9-A 86.47 S<>.59 $4.45 11.00 104.51
4753 26 SS 21 O494-OOIOO i>4.OO 0065-10 THE N 2SO* 6 S 279.59 HF NE../. PF NWl/4 OF NWI/4 -----------------------------------------------------------.
STEYER JOHN P PO BOX 6885 DR| 129-143 4365 35 55 22 I9OS-32400 IO.OO 0 70-09
102.42 3.07 S5.7 6.35 117.11 ----------------------------------------------------------. COM AT NW COR OF S 1/2 OF SW 1/4 OF Nr 1/4 E 1S7.W* S 5* W

----------------------------------------------------------. 4812 23 SS 22 IT7O 0210-06 331.62 S 4. W 332.54 TD PCB S 2. W 157.06* S 41* W
4754 31 5S 21 0527-00200 24.78 0071-09 DENNON GAYLE I'O "OX 297 111.65. S 392.72 F 612.22* TO WLY P/W CO GR PO. N ON WLY
38.1,2-AqF E 86.24-A OF NFI/4 FX R/W OF ST RD 5-235 16 SC TOWN. OF LAWTEY' OF PY s oe.38. ft.S $\ 0.73.OO $216.36
OR 72-31 6.OP 101- '92E.X 'po T..S.fJF SR Sa lv>. ..- .1. U' .'- $454.89 $13.65' '2343 .7.99 1499.41 ------------------------------------------------------------
f'( 59.59 $',.79. 3.07 S7.<9O |I' 1,<-Sr73.15i! ...-.--+ ------.----,----------------------------------------- 4867 35 SS ?2 1913 2.4O 0771-97

. -------------------------.--------------------------------- 4811 J>1 SS 22 1432 0215-06 HAMILTON IRIC J & ODFSSA L I PT I "OX 451
4755 33 55 21 054I-OI5OO 0074-11 8EL AIR AOTS ,* GAYLE DCNNON THAT PORT OF SI/4 OF NWI/4 OF "' '''II'' E OF PR FX LOT IN SW COR
LOT 15 WHISPERING PINES UNIT I 307.37 $15.2216.13 56.15 _*!S5iPJ- 3B.20 SI.IS 1.97 7.90 5.9.2
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27.79 .63 SI.43 6.35 $ 6.40 N OF CAPTFR PO EX W 677.40. DESC OR 1039 OR 123-5!'
PF RR EX P4RC DESC nR 116- e ,3 $2O.44 S.63 SI.O7 $?..5 $11.99
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PARC OE5C OR 12S-521 t EX PARC DESC OR 14q-321 -----------------------------------------------------------
j 4758 01 65 21 0616-00200 0086-10 6 EX
GARRISON JOSEPH E 6 VERA RT 2 BOX 1295 $328.07 9.A4 S16.90 12.55 5J67.36 4869 03 6S 22 1946 29.00 076-1O
:CONT 210.E 210.N 210.W 210 TO POB ;;j--S-2Z-j.Z-00600 0219-0' ALL SEI/4 O" NWI/4 W OF RD FX N 200' 6 EX PAR 139 F.6W ON S
r S14.12 $.42 S.73 S7.9O 23.17 4UGUsTINOU5 RERNICF % RICHARD F WELTYOM BY 425 N&S IN" NE COP t. EX R/W C EX PAR IN SE COP 72' NtS
:- --------------------------- ---------------- ------ : AT F. R'W OF SCL
!r7a3 23 65 21 0771 47.OO 010 -05 12A..5S' FOR POa N 16DEG F 73 .94. S 72OEG E 150' S 180EG 1.744.52 $52.34 $80.34 $9.4S *l.<*?6.15
CASON TOMMIC JR PO POX 397 46.52* N67DEG W 150.53 TO PO1 HP 959 < -----------------------------------------------------------
THAT PART OF Wl/2 OF SEI/4 NFI/4 S OF RD IOO.ft NWI/4 OF $134.19 4.03 h.9? 9.45 $ 12SS22j467 4870 03 65 22 1947 O 76-ll
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9E1/4 EX 1-A SO.DESC OR BK 65.123 t Wl/4 OF NEI/4 OF SEI/4 C -
.1 $366.94 11.61 19.93 $11.OO $. 9..B W 193.5 OF LOT 7 IN TOWN OF LAWTEY E OF RY TO W R/W LINE ST MD 200. N 17 DEC E ON" W LINE OF ST RO 200>
SI6.99 329.176.35 618.98 72* N 72 DEG W 64.4 S 12DFG 24 MIN K AS. ?' TO POP
---------------------------------------------- ----------" 566.47 _.
4764 23 6S 21 0771-00500 1.00 010 -10 -------------------------------------- 224.52 $6.74 $11.56 .. ..00 S25 .82
CASON TOMMIE JR PO BOX 387 4821-Z3--2Z-1516 -----------------------------------------------------------
BEG 443 W OF SE COR OF SW4 OF NE4. NI43 TO 5 R/W OF HWY MAR.F Nr325?FoiaSuN 4875 06 65 22 2O07-O970O 2.49 O288-OI
tOO NWLY ON R/W 178.5*. S2S9.I5 E195'. N64.IS TO POB EX CO OF LOT 18 t RUN E 240' N 51'W RICHARDSON ROBERT S G. GALE F RT 2 BOX 70-X
8..7 3.25 3... $7.90 517.06 R/W 840'FOR POP W 760' N 200'E 760' TO R/W SLY 2OO TO O08
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CLARK JACKIE LEE ft REVERLY SLOTS BENNY MARIE ET AL ------------------------------------------------------------
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r S27.79 S.83 SI.43 $6.35 $36.40 30'. W 80' S 30' TO POB FLOYD WILLIAM H J J WOLBERT
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: 4767 24 6.21 0795-00600 OI14-O4 -------------------------------- .487,7 SI4.63 $25.12 $6.35 $533.83

GUNTER EUNICE S PT 2 BOX 239-A 482 26 5S ?2 1565 0229-04 ------------------------------------------------------------
: 11.10 $.33 S.57 $6.35 $18.35 LOT 41 IN TOWN OF LAWTFY E OF RY BURTON LEROY BOX 705
.-.. .----- ---. $25.43 ..76 $1.3---- 5 $33.85
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JOHNSON MILTON W 58O4 110TH ST 4827 26 55 1575 5.0O 0230-07 146.29 4.39 $7.53 $7.9O CI66.II
RUTHERFORD --,---------------------------------------------------------
80.63 S2.42 ...15 $6.15 .q3.5 LOT 45 IN TOWN OF LAwTEY E Of RY 4332 IO 65 22 2061 10.00 0296-12
-----------------------------------------------------------. $84.77 -2.54 $4.37 6.35 .98.03
,477O 26 65 08OS-O0404. 01I9-O7 "*--------------------. ------------------------------ SEI/4 OF SEI/4 EX ELY 984.78
BAILEY JACKSON W R. ELLEN L PO BOX 1254 4828 24 5S 22 1592 14.81 0232-03 22.29 .67 1.15 6.35 $30.46
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1OO.O2 $3.00 C5.IS $6.35 I14.52 LOT 61 IN TOWN OF LAWTEY E OF RY 4884 10 65 22 2092 2.00 0300-03
---------------------------------------------------------- DESC OR 101-239
4771 26 65 21 0805-00406 0119-O8 5.65 .9.70 7.90 S211.52
S189.27 SI/2 OF N 2/3 OF Nl/4 OF
BAILEY JACKSON W G ELLEN L PO POX 1254 -------------------------------- -
--------------- N FOR GR RD ft EX ELY 65O
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$100.02 $3.00 *S.IS 6.35 114.52 EMANUEL MATTIE C'O NELLIE HAMPTON
---- ----- ---------.---- = --- -----_ E 49FT OF THE N 120 FT OF LOT 5 IN OTTS S/O OF LAWTEY 4891 16 6S 22 2I7O-OO1OO
: 4772 26 6S 21 0805-00730 0120-12 8.47 s.25 $... 6.35 SI5.5. 03IO-IO
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'__ .7 6.05 22.98 39.45 6.35 834.83 MOORE HENPY .445.59 SI3.37 $22.95 7.90 $489.81
-$.-------------------------------------------------------- W 49 FT OF N 120 FT OF LOT 5 VjJs'Vo OF LAWTEY .
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4895 16 65 2? 2218
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RT 10 BOX 124
108.16 3.24 C5.S7 6.35 123.32 JACKSON JAMES JR
9.14 .27 .47 6.3S CI6.23
---------------------------------------------------------- SEl/ OF SEI' OF SWI/4
96.35 .R'.4B -----------------------------------------------------------
4776 35 65 21 082I-B-O46OO O126-O2 S69.47 2.08 $3.58
------------ 490O 18 6S 22 2266-00200 I.OO
HAYES E A P 0 POX 716 ------------------------- 0325114HKEASON
LOT 46 OF UNIT 2 OF SAMPSON LAKE SHORFS .835 25 55 22 164a-00'00 15.00 0237-O5 ROBERT L & LFOLA H 4OA DIGGS TERR
W CO GR RD ft POB CONT W 208.75 N 208.75'. E 208.75' S
---------------------------------------------------------- 15 ACRES OF SI'2 OF SWI'4 OF NEI'4 .
4777 35 6S 21 0821-C-OOIOO 0126-06 104.19 s3.13 $5.41 6.35 S.19.04 08.75' TO POB
-------------- 10.42 .31 .54 S9.4S
SMITH ---------------- 20.72
RICHARD ET AL RT 1 BOX 42 ---------
PAR AS OFSC IN OR 47-120 PLAT BK 3 PG 26 K. PAR OESC OR .A36 25 55 22 1657 3.00 O23S-O4 .------------------------------------------------------i.
57-618 f. EX PAR OR 57-613 SUN-STATE ACCEPT CO 4077 WOODCOCK OA PM 106 4904 18 65 22 2278-00200 6.00 0328-03

515.28 1S.46 26.54 9.45 566.73 b FX 24 TO JAMES HOUSTON I EX R'W 635.80 OF Sl/2 OF SEI/4 OF NEI/.. DESC 114-240
--------------- ----------------------------- $123.66 $3.71 $6.37 97.90 _14'.64 62.51 '1.38 3.22 6.35 73.96
477 J6 6S 21 0823-6-02200-- OI.7-O. -------------------------- ----------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------.
HAINES THOMAS F & FRANCES M 1038 NE 20TH PL .839 25 55 22 1666-00100 .89 0239-04 4905 18 65 22 2287-00600 4.43 O33I-O6
69.47 2.O8 3.S8 S6.35 81.48 NWI' OF NF.1/4 OF SWI/4 LYING W OF LAKE RO EX R/W EX PAR 0 OM AT NE COR OF SEI/4 OF SWI/4 5 1039.5 FOR POB S 346.5 W
---------------------------------------------------------- RO 65IN TIP 41 PG 489 6 OR 30 417 & EX PAP IN OR 61-141 E IO6 N 341.5 E 1137.75 TO POP EX SI/2
4779 36 6S 21 0823-00400 0127-1O OR 69-241 6 OR 74-107 t. EX OR 83-266 t. EX OR 12 -101 X SI/2
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NI or NMI. n SAC IN S1r the Academy held their Field Days.
w" 1M COR or SWIt or BM4
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____ =_.:_ ______ 12.1 $6.35 U11.75' ---------------------------------------------------------- BookmobileThe Red and Blue. The
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GERALDINE 1075 EX W area Hampton Vonda Brown victorious the
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Custer Jessica Fisher Hall
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LOTT P H fr SUZIE BOX 202 41.33 H1.24 2.13 96.35. S9I.O9 Regina Padgett, Ann Carol Roberts,
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WM Koehler David Loiacano
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9119 27 7S 22 5009 10.00 0634-o7 LOT 3 UNRF.cn PLAT PARADISE SHORES they were pleased when their group Jerry Loiacano, Angela Mitchell and

KYLE HARRY W C MARY ANN RT 3 BOX 598 41.19 l.24 2.12 6.3S 50.90 received Good ratings in their choral Cheryl Thomas. 4th grade Tina
ALL SWIX4 5 OF RY -------------------------------------""----""---"""-------- events. They returned home Saturday
OR 128-720 S17O 13 85 22 5636-A-OI70 0728-2 Branham, Brian Davis, Cindy Frey,
BOWERS: DONALD T CQARRAnA P 0 BOX 877 afternoon tired but happy with their Quinton Ford Horne Terri Ken-
S33.39 I.I5 .. .98 .r.90 ..',.2 Billy ,
LOT 17 OF PARADISE SHORES SXD OF AN UN RFC. PLAT DESC OR interesting days away from Bradford and Mark Rhoden.5th .
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9121 29 75 22 37-00800 0658-0. 963.19 28.9O 49.60 7.90 County.American grade Diana Cardin, Cassandra
LODGE F 6 AM C J BROWN ---$1,04939-- Cancer Society
------------ ------------- ---------- Fisher, Sandy Friese, Mindy Hersey,
1 LOT IOSFT EfrW OY OFT NCS IN NE COR OF LOT 80 OF Nl X2 Mrs. Ina Horne and Mrs. Lucy
OF NE1/4 OF NMIX4 5171 22 83 22 5687 0732-12 Andy Redding, Sid Russell, Billy
6.94 ..21 ..36 7.90 CIS.41 RICHARDSON ALLEN L C JTBRR1E L Wellons are accepting donations on Seville, and Tracy Youngblood. 6th

---------------------------------------------------------- behalf of the American Cancer Socie- Sean Smith
eX1{ $40 FcGgyr6iS5-2I32 = grade Tammy Peeples, ,
'7s' -- ( ; 5gsi8Ep2> 55 !8&&r4r8K S2S HFo* Jir ty.
3241 30 2:2 5056-00121 0660-10 W 321 Kirk Williams and Randall Glisson.

RUSH HAROLD E C SUSAN K $515.01 $15.45 $26.52 $7.90 $564.88 Hampton Christian AcademyOn 7th grade Amy Clark Daniel Dailey,
COM AT SE COR OF NE% OP NEt April 25 the First Annual Jog-a-
SBC C RUN N 250' THEN W C --- Jimmy Loiacano, Melissa Payne,
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PAR S LINE NEt Or NE% TO E R/W LINE SR 325SNLY ON R/WPT 9173 22 83 22 S7O9 ;ft7oO thon and Fish Fry was held at the Tammy Rhoden and Melissa

)PINT WITH S LINE OF NE% OF NE% E TO PT Or BBS S ACRE MIL JOHNS CARL L ET 4L BOX 130 O734-O7 school. A total of thirteen students Williams.In .
BLK I OF GOVT LOT 4 FX E 360 FT IN LAKESIDE SXD EX OR 107 and faculty participated in the one- Grade 2 Good
$126.69 S3. SO $6.52 911,00 $148.01 Citizenship
PG 203 DESC OR 97 PG 364 f EX CR 123-249
_______ ________ ______ : ___ ____ .1 0.57 9.42 9.30 7.90 203.19 hour job.Monica. Awards for the week went to Brenda

5123 30 7S ?2 5078-0010O 0661-04 ------------------" Brown completed the most Burdick and David Loiacano.
MOORE ALVIN 0 6 MARIAN M P O POX 225 9174 23 ;S 22 S710-OOIOO 72To"0735-04 laps 22 or 5'i miles. The most Bee

LOTS I. f IN MC CALLS ADD TO HAMPTON PERRY _N THOMAS e t PATRICIA pledges lap was gathered by Lisa Spelling
144.31 44..13 S7.43 .6. S CI62.44 E 396' OF NE1X4 OF NEIX4 per collected Amy Clark, a 7th grader at Hamp-
---------------------------------------------------------- 46O.34 .13.82. .Z3.72 '*.'53 904.43 Jones who over $14.00 each ton Elementary, represented Brad-
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3124 30 75 22 SO78-003OO 9661-OS ----------- -- ---- -- --------------------- trip around the track. ford County in the Regional SpellingBee
HODGES JOHN J JR fr LINDA E PU 9OX 134 s776 24 8S 2? 5723 IO.OO 073610.ALKF.R Those competing and distances run
LOTS 3. 4. S. 6 IN. MC CALLS ADO Ex RX. ALFRED A JR 12233 YELLOW BLUFF RON in miles Matthew Brown held at the Cable Vision Studios in
167.92 5.04 .ft.6S 6.33 .I 7.Q6 200' OF W3X4 OF NIX2 CF NC1X4 were: 10/4; Jacksonville on April 21.

---------------------------------------------------------- 340.42 10.2I .|T.3.1 6.3S C374.S1sT9s"24 Melissa Brown-4 V4; Melodie Brown- Amy was accompanied by her
0663-06 ------ """"-----""""----------""- -------- Monica Brown Vonda
5125 30 7S 22 S07B-007OO S82o" 33.00 IVi; 5'/a; parents,Mr.and Mrs.Connie Clark to
8S 22 O740-11
Brown 4 Danny Johnson 4/4
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KEYSTONE HGTS IMPROVEMENT COPPPO BOX' 245 Jacksonville. They all enjoyed this Interesting -
220.35 6.6t til.35 6.35 V244.66 PROPERTY OESC AS AN FXCFPTION OF A IMP-MOLE GOLF COURSEIN Marty Johnson-2%; Lisa Jones-3'a; experience and the

-----f____"__"___________________________________________- OR BK 3 PG 498 t AS DESC OR HK 37 PG 343 Trish Jones 2; Bert Mclntire 4's' ; friendliness of other contestants and
5727 O664-OA Dwight Vanderboegh 8V\ : Sarah
30 7S 22 S079-007.3 .1.187.98 .13.63 61.16 9.4S SI.293.62 their parents.
RHFA PAUL F DRAWER A Vanderboegh ; and Pastor MarkCommunity
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LOTS 13.14.15. 16 OF DLK 7 5196 2. 8s"22 5e2O- 0.00 12.00 O74O-12
184.44 *4. .S 9.70 *6. 15 .210...
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-9T28"30 7s"2 O664-09 PROPERTY OCSC AS AN EX IN OR BK' 3 PG .98 6 OR BK' 37-PG 943
RHEA PAUL f. DRAWER A 250.03 7.3O 12.8ft 7.90 (278.31
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6.26 10.7 t .6. 15
20R.82 5235 24 8S :22 5901-00100 0822-07 Phone 964-6683 Greater Allen Chapel AME Church:
---S S? 3074-OIOOI 0664-10 ALDREDGE REGINALD H B YVONNE NAACP Meeting: Plans are in the making for the an-
PAUL C DRAWER A nual Men's June 21 tFather's
RHEA .83 $3:1.06: The monthly meeting of the Brad- Day program &
$1.42 $3-25
LOTS 13.14.15 f. 16 OF FtLK 10 IN HAMPTON ..
-- __ All members askedto
Branch NAACP will be Day.
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OR 10I-{||.72 .7r, l.32 .7.40 35.71 3236 24 83 T2 5901:O0200 io held May 18, in the annex of Greater cooperate with all activities (or
---------- -- --- Allen Chapel AME Church. All success. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn-
3O 7S 3OO 827.56 8.83. $1.42 $3.25 :13.06: members and citizens are invited to ing Worship 11 a.m. Presiding Elder
E ____.____ .__ __._...___ L.
RHEA PAUL -------------------------- -- -- F.R. Satchel will conduct the 3rd
5237 24 83 22 5859-00100. 0823-01
OF BLK n OF TOWN OF HAMPTON: Banquet: quarterly conference for this con-

$.71 .09 .09 7.90 -.9.7"_ ,!__ LOT KLINE 8 OP HERMAN BLK R 15 C KCE UNIT 1 HANNCLORE The sixth annual Banquet will be ference year. All boards are asked to
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-9T3l-3o"75- ;- 064S-IO $34.45 $1.03 $1.77 $3.25-- -$40.50- held May 23 at 8 p.m. in RJE make a report.
2 079-O13OS --------------------------------------- ------ .
BRUNO ARTHUR C. Daiue.lt A Cafeteria. A donation $10.00. The Greater Bethlehem Freewill Ba|>-

LOTS 5O SLK. IN HAMPTON public is invited. list Church: Monday Tiny Tots

.DR I28- ""* Dell Chapter 168 OES: regular Rehearsal 6:30: Senior Choir rehear

1IU\5.6_ ____u$4.<..r _ _e.02_-_!!. 0-______\Tf.7__ meeting will be held May 14 in the sal 7:30. Tuesday Prayer Meeting
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5132 30 73 22 5139 B.90 Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. All 7:30.: Wednesday 7:30: Circles will
9206 25 8S 22 6006 0767-03
MOORE ALVIN 0 80)1 725 at the church. 7:30
members invited to attend. Thursday
OF RY DESC OR 100-313 ex: SLY 1X2 COM AT NE COR OF SEC RUN W 664 To S RXW PD 21 FOR POn Church Activities: Story Hour. Friday 6:30 Junior Choir
OR IZ3-127 S 164.3 LAKE. SLY ALONG LAK '127'. NLY 22S TO RD 21. ELY Gosper Songs on Parade: Mrs. Er- and Junior Ushers rehearse. Saturday -

.8e.55 2.66 4.S6 9.45 .'O ..225.33 184 TO Pan .? ma Jean Slocum is sponsoring a program dinners will be sold from the kit
116.28 .3. S3.99 S9.4S 135.21
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31 75 22 5149-02400 1O.O9 0671-07 ----------------------------------------------------------- in RJE Gym. Gosper Songs on chen. Sunday, 9:30 Sunday School.

SEVILLE JOHN R & MARGIE: A P O BOX 71 5201 25 85 22 6018-00102 .50 0761-07 Parade. May 17 3 p.m. The public is 11:00: Morning Worship, 5:00:

.1X2 OF E1X2 OF NEIX4 OF SE1X4: HALL ARTHUR LEE PT 1 "IOX 116 invited to hear the Gosper in songs. Deaconess Board will meet. 6:00:
138.91 4.I7 7.1S 6.35 156.58 COM AT NE COP OF SW1X4 OF NW1X4 S 132 W 277.98 TO POB
Women's Home Mission Services.
_. CONT W 195' S 112' E 195' N II2 TO Pan Various groups will appear.
'9139 31 73 22 9I97-O03OO 3.00 0673-09 5.22 *.l* ..27 S7.9O 13.93 Mt. Moriah United Methodist
POOSER J J C PATTEN C A 622 NE 1ST ST Church: Sunday School 9:30.: TheMother's Girl Scout Newsby
CON AT NW COR OF NE1X4 OF SW1X4. RUN S 82' FOR POB. CONT S COOPER 9208 23 9 J OS 22 6027 RT t "BOX' 466S 1.00 0764-09 Day program will be

rIA 08.E IZ2-.13': 219.N 608* .W 219 TO poe 208.73 OF W 191.23' OF E 400' OF S1X2 OF SE1X4 OF SW1X4OF presented at 11 a.m. The public is in-

254.08 7.62 13.09 9.43 2A4.24 NWIX4 vited. Carol)n KatesTime

----------------------------------------------------------- .197.09 4.7t> 8.09 .cao 177.79 Pleasant Grove United Methodist: Phone 9!Ifi-l.5Ktt:
5136 31 75 22 515T-00600 P O BOX a33NE. 2.3 0674-02 5209 25 85 22 6029-00100 .00 0764-12 Sunday School only. Regular service to give tribute to our "Sweet

WATSON./. OF JOHN SWt/4 LYING S OF CO GR RO C W OF SR 325 CX COM AT RAY EDWARD: T RT I BOX 237 next Sunday. Cookie" Chairman for Bradford

NW COR. E 463*.S 433.6* .W 250'.$ 172.4' .. 219* .N 608 TO E: 132 OF W 260' OF 31X2 OF SEIX4 OF SWIX4 OF NWIX4 Mt. Zion AME Church: Lawtey, County, Lila Rae Yawn. She led the
10.42 .3t .94 6.39 17.62
poe EX: PARC SOLO Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion way to a record breaking cookie !sale
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1983 S94.S9 S2.84 4.87 .tl.OO .1I3.30 9212 26 8S 22 6O4S 0770-04 Service 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. All for 1981,839 cases. According to Terry

FORD LARRY RT 2 BOX 490 members asked to attend. this is cookies eaten A
120,816 by us.!
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9137 31 7S 22 3I97-O06OB 9.09 0674-1O E BEG 60 AT* TO 9E PO"I COR OF SK1X4 OF NF1X4 NUN N 60' t W 60 S 60' Antioch Missionary Baptist big thank you to Lila Rae and all the

WATSON JOHN PATTY L 2309 N TEN LE AVE 4.17 .I3 Church: Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer troop cookie chairmen. Troops this
*.22 S7.90 I2.42
---HflW*>**- **----M-W-- B4BVVMWWW-M--------------------- Meeting and Bible Study. Sunday week received their bonus and prizes
830'. W 370' TO POB. CONT W 439.6 N PAR TO'SR-325 JOO
E 433.6 S PAR TO SR-325 300' TO poe THAT PARC DeS: } AS RIVERA ANTONIO PO BOX 203 School 9:45: Morning Worship 11 a.m.. will be here soon. Gateway Council

PARCEL 2 OF OR 171-383 W 1300' OF LOT 9 IN INDIAN BEACH UNIT 3 EX RXW and 6 p.m. reported 3,841 girls in 260 troops sold

RP 6302.68.92 ,9.07 8.70 SI2.39 199.24 398.49 1O.79 I8.46 .6.39 394.01 The Victory Temple of God: The 47,420 cases or 569,040 boxes. Fantastic -
----------------------------------------------------------- 9216 39 85 22 6183 -43.50 0760-07 members cordially invite you and !

.5138 32 75 22 S1S8-0060O IO.OO O674-12 RIVERA ANTONIO PO DOX 203 your family to attend services each The last neighborhood meeting wasa

LAND1NE PETER N 146 BUTTON BALL 10 LOTS 10 t II IN INDIAN REACH UNIT .1 Saturday at 12 noon. training session for leaders and
LOTS I THRU 22 OF BLK 6 IN HAMPTON PARK EX: BEG AT NE COR LOT 10)) N 81* W 250' S 18* E 313.26 N 71* Seniors and Cadettes. Building
119.O4 St. John Missionary Baptist some
104.19 3.13 l 37 6.35 e 229N 19* W 197' TO PO9
----------------------------------- School 10 The fires biscuits several
------------------------ 302.14 sea.Oft SIS.96 9.45 C336.21 Church: Sunday a.m. cooking ways.

9139 34 7S 22 5166 70.00 0676-01 ----------------------------------------------------------- community Prayer Band will meet making buddy burners and learning

KYLE: HARRY W C. MARY ANN RT 3 BOX 99S 9_.736B s 2262 03--0 1 o OSMEENBERG Q789-O3 Monday 12 noon. Friday 7 pm. Bible about planning menu and activities
OR I28-22O LOT 11 GENEVA LAKE eSTATes: Class and Prayer Meeting. There will were fun but the real treat was cook-

.170.17 -S.ll 8.76 7.90 191.94 $472.8---24.29 $24.35$6.35 .517.74 be a business meeting Friday May 8, ing Knights in Shining Armour, applesauce -
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9-------------------------------- 069.12MATHIS 9221 01 9S 22 e2i9-0-00100 0800-11 at 7:30.: All members are asked to at pudding cake,and blueberry

HELEN JANICE 14123 E TRUMBALL ST THOMAS ELMER B 6 MARGARET SLOTS tend. Sunday School 10 a.m. Baptism cobbler. A long meeting but great fun

LOT 43 ON CYPRESS OF CRYSTAL, LAKE: HOMESITeS: 1.2.3 t NIX2 LOT 4 CLOCK 4 CF SANTA FF SHORES OR128-39 11 a.m. Worship service 3 p.m. and quite a learning experience.

41.33 ...2. 2.13 86.3551.05 92.42 2.77 4.76 6.3S 106.30 Reverend W. Huffman, pastor. Those attending the Annual Council
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9147 O9 8'S-Z 939SOO90OSUTLER ;:;; 0697-07 5243 01 9S :ZZ6219-E..01600' 0802-06 New Hope Baptist Church: Sunday Meeting last Wednesday were in for

MITCHELL L ft MARSHA N 3314 NE 27TH AVE: COSTANGO JBANMIE L C CHARLES C School 10 a.m. A Mother's Day pro another long day. The Junior League

COM AT SW COR OF NWIX4 OF SWIX4 E 56.44' TO E: MXW SR-32S ft LOTS 16 I 17 BLK 5 OF SANTA FE SHORES OR 128-563 gram will be presented 11 a.m. The provided Riverside House for our use
POS CONT e 943.36 N 21O W 936.47 TO e R/W. S ON E AIM -
$58.95 $1.77 $3.04 6.35 $70.11 be
21O.1O TO POB speaker will Mrs. Telfair from and it is a beautiful building. They us-

47.40 ....2 2.44 9.4S $60.71 5222 12 9S 22 62.1O-8-02SOO 5807-OS Jacksonville. Please attend to hear ed dark green carpets in their

----------------------------------.--------------------- SAM ROBERT J MRS Prix 2876 this woman of God. Reverend L.W. decorating and what could be more
3242: 12 83 :22 5464 0705-05 108.08 .3.4 9.S7 6.35 13.24 Mosley. pastor. appropriate to Girl Scouts. Several

PARCE420'NNa6. BVEtTN --_- -----__-------------_.._----------------------- First Born Church ot The Living( thoughts from that meeting a first
8 BY 120'ON B a M BNO ON E BY B LINE NNt C 72"9S
a BT BEDFORD RD 5224 22 623O-.C-0080O 08OB-08 God: Revival will continue throughthis time for Starke to have a Delegate to
U6a.71 54.88. ,38 n.IS UU.9151.9 CURTIS 8OanIE"' 2031 N W 1STH AVE week. The is invited National in Laurie Mullins and first
public to at a
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74-377. tend. time for Starke to have a member of

SI44.O6 ...12 7.42 7.9O 163.70 New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer the Council Board! of Directors in
926"72 9s"22 0814-OI Meeting each Wednesday 7 p.m. The Carolyn Eaves.
23<-F-02000 .
Pastor and will make the afternoon awards
ROBERTS JEFFERY 6 DEANNA PO BOX 1911 congregation During
-----------------------------------------. -------- LOT 20 SEM RIOGE: UNIT 6 their annual visit to Antioch Mis meeting Elizabeth Givens Walkerwas

II 83 22 3477-00101 0706-12 48.61 1.46 92.39 6.13 S8.92
sionary Baptist Church in Jacksonville presented a plaque of appreciation -
IXSTH IN LOT t OF LAKCVICM: 3/D ._-------- --------------------------- ----0416-12----- 7:30.: Reverend J.A. Jones is for her dedicated service to Girl

S24.03 .T2 1.24 __6.35 _. 32.34 8OUDREAU 5229 12 HER 94 22 I BERT 623O-C-0160O& LOUISE PO .BOX 306 pastor. Both choirs and members are Scouting. Congratulations! Enjoyingthe
ww-fs----------------------------- -- LOT 16 SEM RIDGE UNIT 7 asked to attend. day also was Kathy Hobbs, An-

MORROW 5.51 .3 JAMES SS 22 H 6 54aa-A-00.OO THCLMA J 0708-12 102.04 3.06 5.26 --.-- 1I6.71 Sunday School 10 a.m. Mission Day drea Eaves, and Patsy Phillips.
LOT I OF SMOKERISE SXO S2So"72 '9S 22 6Z30 G-024OO O817-O8 will be observed. The ladies in white

OR-1I6-I74 10000 DONALD >JOF K 6 RAYMOND HAYNIE: 4633 ADEN. LANE will be in action throughout the day.
.100.63 9.02 19.40 a7.90 333.O.I LOT 24 SFMINOLE: RIDGE UNIT 7 Communion will be given after 3 p.m. "
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$109.2 3.27 9.M 6.3S .124. service.
5152 .3 8S 22 9497 O712-O1
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MCDONALD .OWEN 1919 fWACKLAMO ST1ZOtM Church of God In Christ: Each

LOTS 4 C 8 OF BLK C C INT IN TRACT e IN BCOfOMn OAKS Tuesday Bible Band, 7 p.m. Friday
a131.91 3.96 6.79 1.90 ..5 .S6 6-7 Adult Choir rehearses. Immediately -

__________________ ----.w---__. .. w______ J:{::}.( ;. after rehearsal Pastoral There' more energy In

.M.* ,-,.,._. ';). '. .'!\': .,...- Teaching 8 p.m. Sunday School 9:30.: America's domestic! coal

Morning Worship 11 a.m. YPWW 5:30: supply than In all the

.- .. crude oil reserves of the
; -, 1"; Evening Worship 7 p.m. with Elder

Hue Anderson,Jr. conducting all ser- Middle East the Depart

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TELEGRAPH May 7, 1981

Lawtey Newsby Starke Nursing Home Celebrates National Nursing Home Week

Airs. Starke Nursing Home, 808 S. Colley Week Starke Home, will poetry reading, noted( columnist Ken
Pell" Officer first class and Joe Nursing
Cruickshank, and the crowning of the
Elizabeth Terry Road, will join with thousands of nursing -
Harris\ and family. n hold a number of special activities to
Starke Nursing Home Queen.
Phone 782-3300 Mrs. Lorene Outlaw of Lacrosse, homes across the count in honor their residents. The nursing The community is cordially Invitedto
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: visited het aunt, Mrs. Pierce Crews celebrating National home tries to bring to its residents an
i attend these special events. For
Grace United Methodist The
Week 10-17.
for a while on Saturday morning. May activity program with an environ
singers of Heart will be ministerng "Love is Ageless" and "Visit Someone more information please contact
ment of of achievementand
Mrs. Pierce Crews visited her aunt. challenge,
McGee, Activity Director,
Special" are the 1981 themes. for liv-
Mrs. Fronie Johns Thursday after- hope to create a purpose
Crooked River State Park near St.Mary's noon.Mrs.Johns returned home from They remind everyone in the community ing. Next week they will emphasize 964-6220.
Georgia this month, May 22, that nursing home residents .
Bradford County Hospital on Mondayand the physical, intellectual, social
23 and 24. If you have camping her health is muc -better. need continued involvement with spiritual, and emotional challengesthat 23 Souls SavedIn
facilities and would like a Christian families and neighbors. offered. Some of the Great Service
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell of Pompano are special
Retreat Camping weekend, then brIng Beach, visited their brotherinlaw During National Nursing Home events will be aerobic dancing,
food, hook-up fee and join in this and "They just kept coming to be sav-
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl special singing, playing "
ed Deacon James Prince of the
fantastic work for Christ. hays
demonstration of handmade Ham-
Troxell until Sunday morn- a
Rev. Love and family spent the past Thursday Your Blood Pressure mered Dulcimer, Yoga exercises, Sunday, May 3, service at Greater
weekend in Polk with ing.Rev. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist; Churchat
visiting County Raymond Baer, and E.A. Sappof Can Be Checked
his people, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Love Ash and Chestnut Streets in the
First Christian Church of Starke
and his brother, Robert Love from Monday at LibraryYou Free Keno section of Starke.Twentythree .
visited his sister-in-law Mrs. Pierce -- Book Available
California. Crews on Friday morning.Mr. Vicki Carver can celebrate Life and Na- souls were saved idan
The Wednesday night Prophecy and Mrs. Earl Troxell Winner tional Hospital Week with a visit to Upon RequestFormer extra high day Deacon Prince
Youth Tour
studies will continue with study of People came to the alter from
Bradford says.
celebrated their 41st wedding an- County's public library for a North Florida residents,
the seven years tribulation. dinnerat free blood check and book. Edwin and Mable every Isle of the church and some
niversary on Sunday by having pressure a Purviance, are so
Maire, Jon and Moire' were guestsof the Western Steer Family Steak Vickie Carver Wins Through the cooperation of Brad- convinced that peace of mind is came from I ho Fellowship" Hall.
Drs. Rose and Steve Gyland, of "It was great, day, Deacon
House in Starke. ford County Hospital and volunteer available to everyone that they are offering u says
Atlantic Beach. They enjoyed the To Wash. Sandra O'BriantJohnsonanesthetist book Prince. "I've never seen anything I
Mrs. Pierce Crews and her brother- Trip their co-authored to all
lovely beach and swimming. Rachel in-law E.A. Sapp and Mrs. Novis at the hospital, there will be free who request a copy. like it in my 50) years of being a

Gyland, granddaughter of the Ward visited Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wig- blood pressure reading from 5-8 p.m Purviance"! Is a Methodist minister deacon. There was just "something
Gylands, was a gracious little gins on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Vicki Carver of Bradford High Monday, May., and for five years served as pastor of about it you can't explain. "
hostess. is four winners of Clay A New Life in Christ
School thesubject
among For was
and Mrs. George Shuford, more information phone Grace United Methodist Church in St.
We would like thank the donors 16th annual of Pastor Williams.It .
to Electric Cooperative's Jasper
John, and Mrs. Perry Nicula of 964-6400 or come Monday evening to Augustine. The couple also served as
who gave the fantastic gift of a Travel Lawtey, Mrs. W.M. Douglas and Youth Tour to Washington Contest the library at 105 E.Jackson Street in missionaries to Alaska for nine years, was a Pentecost" Day when Peter
Trailer and all those who helped with daughters of Mims, Mr. and Mrs. Ot- who were selected Monday May 4, Starke. and in addition filled pulpits in preached and many were saved.
putting it in top shape. The Love family tis Morgan of Ruskin, Miss Debbie after an oral quiz at co-op head- Hialeah, Tampa, and St. Petersburg. There was u great baptizing.
can truly use this as they travel for quarters in Keystone Heights. At Bethlehem )Freewill Baptist
Guarch, Miss Laura Witcher of Ft. They now make their home in
Christ. Your outpouring of love to us Lauderdale, Mrs. Ruby Waters and Vicki is the daughter of Mr. and Asheville, N.C., and are making there was a great baptizing Sunday.Pastor .
this past month or two has been of Palatka, Mrs. CarribelleMosey Mrs. J.T. Carver of Starke. available without charge their book, Williams went into the pool at
Precious. Libby Surrency of Hawthorne High, 11:45: ; a.m.vith 15 ready, having
and daughter of Macclenny Griffis ReunionSet "I've Got to Have Peace of Mind,
Maura Lynn continues to improveas Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark and Karen Marchman of Briarwood God!" They promise that :already given themselves to Christ,
she and her family cope with her illness daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. and School (Palatka), and Eric Eubank of August 1 attached to their offer. no stringsare and eight more came Ifiter.: The eight
which has been quite serious. Gainesville High are the other three made the decision und into the
Mrs. Bill Wall of East Palatka, Mr. Descendants of Mathew Griffis and Those who wish a copy of the book
Thank you for your prayers. and Mrs. Lester Sponholtz of Jackson- 1981 Youth Tour Contest winners. Liza Starling Griffis are invited to a may write to Christian Life Books, pool with their dress clothes on.
Word comes to us that Brother Runners-up are Scott Bannon and Jill "It miracle of life to
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sponholtzand reunion which will be held Saturday, Box 18145, Asheville, NC 211814, and a was a my seethe
Dave Madeiros Church is progressing Eland of Keystone High, Janette t work of the lIly) ,
of Tallahassee, Mr. free Spirit says
daughters of Palatka and August 1 from noon until....,at the autographed copy will be mailed
nicely. Frazier High, Mary Deacon Prince.
and Mrs. Larry Owens of Folkston, Shadd of Union Raiford Community Center in postpaid.
Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hudson of Annette High. Raiford.

PERSONALS: Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Owen The winning foursome will b.Cfor depart Families are asked to bring any in-
June 14 by jet to Washington, CHRIST
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stapf spent the Parmenter of Jacksonville Mr. and to the nation's formation they have on the family
an paid trip
weekend of April 24 in Miami. Mrs. Larry Parmenter of Nashville, all-expense National Youth Week. tree, family bibles, a covered dish,
Capitol during
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts of Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Norman of will hundreds children's athletic equipment (suchas
Miami came home for a few days Lake City, attended the Buddy Nor- The youths join from of softballs, horse shoes, etc.) LUTHERAN CHURCHPastor
other people throughoutthe
visit. Mrs. Roberts will remain here man Reunion at Lake Butler Com- young and Several gospel groups will be per-
but he will return to Miami for munity Center, from out of town. United States for an exciting forming.If Glen schmlege 473.2419
event-filled week that will include
sometime. His mother is still in the Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts spent House you are a Griffis or Griffis
visits to the White U.S.
last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
hospital there. related, you are welcome and are invited -
Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Gainesville, vin Walters of New Port Richey. Supreme Court Building, Arlingtor to attend, says Jerome C. Grif Church Service 10:30: am
Smithsonian Institute Lin-
Cemetery, ,
visited her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, Mr. and fis Starke. Please call him at 964-5682
and Memorials and
coln Jefferson ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Griner of Jackson- Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. Gaston
or Inez Faulk, 964-5678 for information -
ville, Tuesday until Thursday noon. Smith of Jacksonville( attended the the headquarters of the National Keystone Lion's Club
Rural Electrification Cooperatives
She was a Thursday overnight guestof Sikes Reunion at Baxley, Ga., on
her sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry. Saturday and Sunday May 2 and 3. Association. .Sunday school and Bible School Resumed 9 am i

Deepest sympathy of the community -
is extended to Mrs. Jack Estes, .
because of the death of her husband, i H, **,,&*" ':_ r R, !* ;- 7-T- **?sc--. .
Mr. Jack Estes, on Thursday. Our T2996 I'4' i.> Tea
prayers are with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch and sons, _
Christopher, Bruce and Dean, of 2cr 1981
Jacksonville Beach, were Saturday : $100
dinner guests of their aunt, Miss
Elizabetn Terry. They visited Mr. and (4 ,1'
Mrs. Tom Tatum and family duringthe COURIER %

afternoon.Mrs. ..rv&
Randy Roberts and her
Heather and Amie 2000 C.C. Engine 6' bed 4 speed trans. WSW ''
daughters returned :t\l1: \
home Friday after two weeks visit
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. James tires, power disc brakes, tape stripes, AM STOP! .. ';': : ,

Gallagher and other relatives there. radio 1400 lb. load +
step bumper capacity
Her friend Miss Trudy Dowda came Before you take delivery on that NEW .
home with her.
.. Cioo
Friends of Jamey Crews,son of Mr, < g
and Mrs. Jack Crews, regret to learn a p 1
that he is a patient in Baptist $ Ford Gar or Truck
Hospital, Jacksonville. Our prayersare 6050
with him. : A Bring best deal written and o'
us your ( signed by an

Mrs. Henry Smith, her foster 3XJWe .. authorized sales manager). If we cannot meet or beat r:
daughter, Mary Anderson and Miss .
Elizabeth Terry were business shopp-- J Reg. $6995. your deal on a similarly priced and equipped vehicle,

ing in Gainesville on Monday.
Deepest sympathy of the community we will pay you ...
is extended to Mr. Hal Hamilton of &
Jacksonville and Col.! and Mrs. Wm. Have jr- ..- r
Wilson because of the death of his
wife and to their brother-in-law and

sister. Also to Mrs. Mabel Boyette, 5 kE 00.00 Cas \ w

their mother, and their aunt Mrs. Ranger : .
Elsie Blair and her daughter, Mrs. z/
Marvin Woods of Lakeland.Mrs. :.; 1 ,

Glennie Peacock of Creitview, XLT Lariatis- s 27
is spending sometime with her .
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and .r. ,

Mrs.Mr.Ralph Hal Hamilton Wise. of Jacksonville, In Stock ffiri SRO

and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McKamey, of : L

Winston Salem, N.C. were Sunday '
dinner guests of their brotherinlawand Tilt-Cruise Control Stock No. T2995 O\\l City )P .

sister-in-law friends, Col.! and. ;
Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Power Window: Stock No. T2882 ILJ// I

We are happy to learn that Mrs. 1981 F100
Ramona Crapse was able to return -
home from Bradford County Hospitalon 1981 F100 1 ;
Wednesday after spending a few 4. .
days there. She was able to attend ...

Sunday Church on School Sunday.at First Baptist 133" W1Ba Custom 133" W1B. :. :

Randy Roberts of Augusta, Ga.,
Friday until Sunday with his '
spent family. They enjoyed spending Satur- :ri02 V-8, automatic overdrive air 300 Six Cyl., 3 speed transmission, knitted ,.:: .::

day at Kingsley Lake. conditioning & tinted glass regular seat, gauges, power steering, step bumper.'I. .. : :
Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Ola .
Starling attended Mr. Jack Estes tu-tone, 5150 GVW pkg, knitted vinyl a q' ;

funeral on Sunday afternoon.Mr. a r seat, gauges, power steering, low t' :
and Mrs. Don Boyette of Mac- \
mount mirrors / \. "
clenny visited their brother and cigar lighter, deluxe, ,:' '
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. O.J. wheel covers, rear step bumper e ''' '

Boyette, Jr., on Saturday night. traction lok rear axle, P21575RISSL $6295'
Mrs. Wyolene Day of Jacksonville, Tires.
was a Saturday dinner guest of her
brother-in-law and sister, AMS-I and e
Mrs. D.R. Brown and family.Mr. $7495.
and Mrs. Ed Schwartz Sr., of t
Sarasota,were guests of Mr. and Mrs. V $7495Reg. We Will
James Waters and grandchildren Ci } Reg. $9695.

Shannon and Stacey, Saturday until

Thursday. Give You
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and Justinof

Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner
guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 16

George Kelly. $
Truman Norman attended the Nor 1OOOOF

man Family Reunion at Lake Butleron City' .

Sunday. Q ;: \

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp and i
granddaughter Donna Sue, Visited To Beat !
their mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompsonon \l lfd\

Mr Tuesday and Mrs.night.Eddie Schwartz and <: ., : v HwyJi ,_ .- Our Deal

family of Sarasota were guests of ,. A ;
y'Y *RAi .
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and '' aT 1
grandchildren Shannon and Stacey,

fr riday until Sunday.We .. ., ',Ut'R. """ 'f.."" n ;,"z'" to", ..': :-- -- -A.rt. _. I 1 II1141:' I
are happy to learn that Barry
Lee Watts' health was much better

and he was able to return to duty in "This offer good only on our "In Stock" units. Purchase and
Riley, Kansas on April 20. erwillegar Motors
Mrs. B.L. Wilkison, Sr, is spending delivery must be made from competition within 24 !1.'S. to be

sometime with her son and daughter- eligible for payment. Proof of purchase is necessary in all

in-law, Mr.and Mrs. Hubert Wllkison cases. Offer Expires May 21, 1981

and Mr.family James in Ellison Live Oak.of Jacksonville 286 W. Madison St., Starke 9641200i

Was a Sunday evening supper guest of


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